Published on 07 Dec 2013 | over 4 years ago
The Kaaba is a cube-shaped building in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, and is the most sacred site in Islam. The building predates Islam, and, according to Islamic tradition, the first building at the site was built by Ibrahim. The building has a mosque built around it, the Masjid al-Haram. All Muslims around the world face the Kaaba during prayers, no matter where they are.
Neil Armstrong proved Makkah the center of the earth.
The centrality of Makkah has been proved scientifically.
When the astronauts travelled to outer space and took pictures of the earth they saw that it is dark, hanging sphere. Astonished, Neil Armstrong said: Earth is a dark hanging sphere, who hung it? Armstrong was basically trying to say ALLAH is the one who hung it.
They discovered that Earth emits radiations, and they wrote about this on the
web. They left the item there for 21 days and then they made it disappear. The
disappearance was intent. The suppression of information here is significant. When
they discovered this radiation they started to zoom in, they found that it emanates
from Makkah, and to be precise, from the Kaaba. They found that this radiation is
infinite. When they reached Mars, they began to take pictures, they found that the
radiations continues beyond. They said this radiation had a special characteristic.
The Muslim scientists believe that this radiation is infinite, and it connects the
(earthly) Kaaba with the celestial Kaaba.
In the middle of the South Pole and the North Pole there's what is called
magnetic equilibrium zone. If you place a compass there, the needle won't move
since the pull is equal from both the sides, and this is why is called Zero Magnetism
zone since magnetic force has no effect there.
That's why if someone travels to Makkah or lives there, he lives longer, is
healthier and is less affect by Earth's gravity. That is why when you circle the Kaaba
you get charged with energy. This is a scientific fact. Glory be to ALLAH.
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