This theory of the universe is based on the ideas of a caveman, named that lived

many thousands of years before the birth of Christ. His observations were made only

through the use of his body, for there were no tools to aid him in his findings. His findings

were based on his observations and the accepted views of the world during his lifetime.

This is what he had to say:

The earth was the center of the universe. This is an absolute, indisputable fact

because it is obvious that the moon, sun, and other heavanly objects travel in paths around

the earth. This is true, to the fact that certain objects appear in different parts of the sky at

different times during either day or night.

The shape of the universe is a large sphere. The outside boundary of the sphere is

known as The Great Realm, this is where the stars are located. Between the realm and

earth is a large void of space in which the moons, sun, moon spheres, and the larger stars

are located.

In the universe the earth is the only stationary object, except fot the great Fire

Star. All other objects move around the earth. The earth is a sphere that is

suspended in space, and the outer sphere rotates around it. There are holes in The Great

Realm which give us a glimpse of heaven. The color depends on the area of heaven being viewed

and what is contained there, and which god is watching. These holes, known as stars, let the gods

see through and when someone pleases them their sole will go there, for it is a beautiful land

of magnificant colors. The fact that The Great Realm is rotating around the earth explains

why the stars move across the sky but still keep the same reference to one another. Sometimes, a

star wil appear that hadnít been there before. This is due to the fact that someone in heaven wants

to view the earth but canít get to look through the other stars.

The other heavanly objects are located in the void of space between earth and the

The Great Realm. The sun, is the huge, flaming sphere that moves around the earth in an

irregular pattern that goes from the east to the west. The sun revolves at more of an angle

than the others. The sunís pathed must be fueled by explosions of energy from within it.

The energy is higher in the day, proven by the fact that the sun is goes higher and higher

into the sky and stops around the middle of the day. The energy starts to decrease after

that because the sun goes lower in the sky until sunset at night. During the night the sun is

on the other side of the earth, where we canít see it. There it gathers the energy it will use

the next day to go across the sky. Since it continues to travel around the earth, is rises and

sets in the same directions everyday.

In the summer months the sun is closer to the earth which helps it gain energy from

the earthís heat. This allows the sun to use up this energy to move itself farther from the

earth during the cold winter months. Since the sun is farther away it moves out of sight in

a shorter time period, which makes these days shorter than the summer. While in the

summer, the sun is attracted to the warm earth and is close to the earth. This results in

longer days during the summer.

The larger stars which are known as planets, like the sun, travel in irregular paths

around the earth. Unlike the other stars, they are located in the void of space. The planets

are like earth but have different terrains to them. The make-up of their terrains is what causes there

color. The one that is red is obviously covered in volcanoes and that the redness is all lava. They

can usually be seen at sunrise and sunset, which is when they are brightest. They are similar to

earth but arenít as important to the gods. That is why they move around the earth, and arenít

stationary. They are obviously smaller, because of the fact that they move. These