Latest News

GLOBEBUSTERS jeranism Interviews Robert Sungenis 5/12

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google+
  • LinkedIn

Video clip 5 of 7 today. the Globebusters had a fascinating interview with geocentric version specialist, author and theologian Robert Sungenis. He is likewise the designer of the new motion picture "The Principle."

Join Bob, TJ, Jeran and also Missa (from jeranism) for a fun 4 hrs of chat and also dispute as we explore this aircraft we call Planet.

Locate us somewhere else …





Thanks for watching! Peace!


Peace to All. Many thanks for watching!

-|-|| -|||-|| -|-
-|-|| -|||-|| -|-

36 Comments on GLOBEBUSTERS jeranism Interviews Robert Sungenis 5/12

  1. Trav4kel Ever // 2nd Oct 2015 at 1:14 pm // Reply

    Best interview ever don’t think this fella knew what he was in for

    • Javier Mujica // 2nd Oct 2015 at 3:56 pm // Reply

      +Trav4kel , I agree, I’m really digging this discussion. actually good back
      and forth.

    • tinfoilhatter // 3rd Oct 2015 at 5:13 pm // Reply

      +Trav4kel Ever orbital mechanics must be pretty rare,which would explain
      why they’re seldom seen on the ground!

  2. uhatefree speech // 2nd Oct 2015 at 6:15 pm // Reply

    what a fukin tool, sounds like a real cavendisher buffoon

  3. Brett Moore // 2nd Oct 2015 at 7:00 pm // Reply

    so how big is the earth to this guy if everything revolves around the
    earth. this guy is a jesuits

  4. Brett Moore // 2nd Oct 2015 at 7:05 pm // Reply

    but that formula doesn’t account for density. so if he jump off a
    building with a thicker atmosphere he would fall slower

    • tinfoilhatter // 3rd Oct 2015 at 5:18 pm // Reply

      +Brett Moore a geocentric universe,to where the sun is infinitely bigger
      and hotter than the earth,yet it has to revolve around the earth,like that
      hardly seems fair,y’know what i mean? somethin’ ain’t right….

    • Brett Moore // 7th Oct 2015 at 2:42 pm // Reply

      +tinfoilhatter I know,, how big is the earth if the sun revolves around the
      the earth dumb Jesuit has a phd in theology. I have a masters in

  5. Brett Moore // 2nd Oct 2015 at 7:12 pm // Reply

    Einstein was a patent clerk. Tesla patented things. listen what tesla
    said about Einstein . he said he didn’t know what he was talking about
    just pranced around saying he figured it out. he told everybody e=mc
    squared well thanks for how a flywheel works.

  6. scarabperformance // 2nd Oct 2015 at 9:32 pm // Reply

    I am for the flat earth but I would have to say you guys are getting your
    asses kicked. You should have had Eric Dubay on as guest to debate the
    science. The interesting part to me is that the flat earth camp and
    geocentric camp are not really far off. I think Robert still buys into the
    notion that earth is spinning but it is fixed in the universe and all the
    stars and everything we see moving are do to the spinning ball. However all
    you have to do is take the two fixed objects and have the the skies moving
    around the object. The problem is we are debating a person that takes some
    of the physics we are taught and says, “Yes this is the true” but then says
    the other parts of it wrong. Until the flat earth people can study the
    actual flat earth physics and create our own laws based on observations and
    testing then then you are never going to win a scientific debate if you
    cannot present any new evidence and factual equations. You should stick to
    debating things that are observable because I see no way of countering
    Newtonian Physics that is deeply rooted into the minds of people like
    Robert Sungenis.

    • tinfoilhatter // 3rd Oct 2015 at 5:15 pm // Reply

      +scarabperformance wait,wait,wait,wait! either it’s like he says,or it
      ain’t…if it ain’t,then it needs to be sufficiently explained,yeah?

  7. Newtons law was tested in a lab, no wind, air or conditions. The sun and
    earth aren’t able to have those lab conditions.

  8. xstrangerxx // 2nd Oct 2015 at 11:28 pm // Reply

    lol bunnies, this guy is lame

    • tinfoilhatter // 3rd Oct 2015 at 5:12 pm // Reply

      +xstrangerxx in a heliocentric universe,why would we need the sun to be so
      massive? because of some equations… but yet we can look at the
      sun,sometimes,and it seems so much closer,and therefore smaller than what
      it’s supposed to be….and so apparently there’s no way yet of knowin’ for
      sure,it’s sorta all ‘up in the air’ i guess?

  9. popcorn1967 // 3rd Oct 2015 at 1:14 am // Reply

    You guys need Brian Mullins, for physics and Tigerdan for theology….this
    dude picks and chooses what science and what translations of the bible he
    likes. It makes him worse than them all….js

  10. Mit Kribop // 3rd Oct 2015 at 5:23 am // Reply

    With all those Satellites, how can we even see the sun? This guy is brain

    • +Mit Kribop Yes he is, but at least he’s not calling everyone a moron (like
      most suffering from cognitive dissonance do). He’s doing a good job at
      towing the company line.

  11. Mark Harris // 3rd Oct 2015 at 3:44 pm // Reply

    I watched the first 5 videos of this series and was giving Sungenis the
    benefit of doubt. Was it him or his publicist/agent who touts him as the
    “World’s #1 Believer in the Geocentric Model”? What a misnomer. Now I find
    myself questioning if he truly is a Jesuit. He may be a theologian, but was
    seems to have been trained by NASA.

    • +Mark Harris This was kind of the intent… how far would he back NASA

    • Mark Harris // 4th Oct 2015 at 5:21 am // Reply

      +jeranism Ok. I never saw his movie and only saw 1 short video when he was
      drumming up support for it. I thought you guys handled him very well. He is
      not going to budge from his preconceived science biases. Being only
      geocentric is not enough in my opinion. I love your attitude, search for
      truth, and videos. Good work!

    • Fractured by Nature // 5th Oct 2015 at 11:00 am // Reply

      Bunnies! He likes bunnies!

    • Thomas Godsey // 21st Nov 2015 at 2:59 am // Reply

      If ya look close ya can see Jesuit tattooed on his forehead . Yep he’s
      going left feild, tryin to recon like he a bein smirt .

    • Killuminati Resistance // 11th Dec 2015 at 5:57 pm // Reply

      +Thomas Godsey Yes he took universal heat for his movie but he’s a Jesuit.
      What he is a Catholic apologist so that can’t be defended but Jesuits don’t
      go around proving geocentricity. They are sun worshipers. That’s why people
      look at flat heads as doing what they accuse others of,not being open to
      any info which would disprove their model,flat earth math? Jeranism is
      basing his original thought on a set paradigm by flat earth proponents.

  12. David Brainerd // 4th Oct 2015 at 9:01 pm // Reply

    “Its going to have to be….” HAHA!

  13. Fractured by Nature // 5th Oct 2015 at 10:54 am // Reply

    They tested it jer! It must be correct! 

  14. Thomas Godsey // 21st Nov 2015 at 2:56 am // Reply

    the base would have to be two points on earth . seeing the earth aint movin

  15. Victor Rodriguez // 28th Nov 2015 at 4:33 am // Reply

    Guys, flat earth does not equal geocentric. It sounds like you guys were
    assuming that he would agree with flat earth, but he clearly does not. In
    order for the solar system to exist, under globe earth, the sun must be a
    certain mass and the planets must orbit the sun at high speed, otherwise,
    they would just fall into the sun.

    Oh, and it’s not that the universe HAS to work by our math, it’s that we
    make observations and have come up with mathematical formulas to explain
    our observations. That’s what scientists do. They can’t use their
    imaginations and imagine that we are on a domed, flat earth and that the
    sun, planets, and stars are simply projected on our dome.

    Now, when it comes to whether or not we’ve ever really left the planet, on
    either manned or unmanned missions, that’s where the flat-earthers believe
    that we are all simply being lied to.

    • Alex Jones Is a Zionist agent // 27th Jan 2016 at 5:36 pm // Reply

      That wasnt the point.

      The point is we can prove gravity on Earth… well whatever you want to
      call it, I,use density.

      Now how can we apply that to the universe? If we do that we make the
      assumption that Earths gravity is ubiquious in the universe, and assume
      that is the catalyst for the moving planets.

      In reality we don’t know exactly how to explain it… until Einstein came

  16. TheTruthNothingMoreNeverLess // 15th Feb 2016 at 10:01 pm // Reply

    Sungenis can’t think outside the ball. Common sense just blew the
    scientific mind.

  17. Mitja Čebokli // 22nd Jun 2016 at 1:13 pm // Reply

    Flat earther and Geocentrist arguing … priceless :D

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


Share This