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ReturnViewersGuide #1 Part #2

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1. The forward rolling, moon coloured object, rolls down from the area of space above and to the left of the Moon. 2. The object covers the Moon's upper left area first before it completely obscures the Moon. 3. As the object rolls forward a large raised surface feature comes into view from over the top of the object. 4. The Moon is suddenly seen to the right of the object. 5. The Moon no longer looks like the Moon at this point, instead the Moon looks like a fantastic tremendous valley. 6. As the object continues to roll forward the raised area becomes a smooth curving steep cliff. 7. The raised area then gradually develops into a very large smooth and rounded overhang. 8. Suddenly a shadow that looks like a big black spot appears under the overhang. 9. The black spot of the shadow spreads out and thickens under the continuously growing eveloping overhang. 10. Suddenly a certain critical point is reached and the shadow suddenly leaps down to the ground below. 11. Immediately the wave of the shadow races to the right and travels away from the viewer at an ever increasing angle. 12. The shadow is going to pass over and eventually travel off the object's surface to the upper right into the Moon's light. 13. A series or group of tall narrow individual shadows emerge and travel further and faster than the shadow's main wave. 14. At one point this series of tall shadows look a lot like a line of telephone poles stretched out across the countryside. 15. The group of tall individual shadows that are seen are spread fairly evenly from left to right beyond the shadow's wave. 16. A group of three main obelisk shaped shadows emerge and travel further, faster than the rest of the main shadows. 17. In between the two outer smaller obelisk shaped shadows, a central larger wider obelisk shaped shadow is seen. 18. The big main obelisk shaped shadow is twice as wide as the two smaller obelisk shadows that trail, one on either side. (Continued From Point #30)