The Big Bang is alleged to be the starting point of our universe. This theory, originally proposed by a Jesuit astronomer, is based on the Doppler Effect. All galaxies except our own, the Milk Way, are through our telescopes observed with a “redshift”, which made some physicists conclude that all other galaxies are moving away from us, and thereby the universe is expanding. The original force causing the universe to expand, some contend, was termed the Big Bang.
Prof. Konstantin Meyl is convinced that the redshift of the other galaxies has another cause, which makes the Big Bang theory collapse. Meyl points out that everyone agrees all galaxies are slowly contracting towards their individual center, called a Black Hole. That means in our galaxy all the stars come closer to each other as they approach their Black Holes. That implies that we should see some stars having a blueshift, an increase in frequency as they near us. But blueshift is not observed.
The mistake Einstein and the modern quantum mechanics do is that they ignore the source field, the aether. The field is controlling matter and therefore the length of the meter. Speed is meter times seconds. Therefore the field controls even the speed, including the speed of light. We don’t see the blueshift at the fixed stars, because they and we belong to the same field of our galaxy. We all shift place in the same proportion. That’s also the reason why we measure the speed of light as a constant: 300,000 km / s. That measurement is only an illusion.
So Galileo was right in claiming that an object with the speed of light coming towards us should be quicker than light, because both speeds add up. Einstein claimed nothing is faster than light speed [this has since been disproved]. The source field remains hidden from us because we are within it.
It’s important to note that all “sides” in the “debate” over the “globe theory” were Catholic/Vatican/Jesuit controlled — Kepler, Copernicus, Brahe, Galileo. When one force controls all polarities, that fulfills a prerequisite for mind-control / scope-of-thought-control via the Hegelian Dialectic.