Polaris proves that the heliocentric model is pure fantasy. Polaris, the North Star, is fixed above the north pole of the earth. The North Star does not move; it has never moved from its fixed position over the north pole from the fourth day of creation (Genesis 1:16) until today.
The North Star is alleged by modern scientists to be 433.8 light years away from the earth. That means that a person would have to travel at the speed of light for 433.8 years before reaching the North Star. Light travels at approximately 186,282 miles per second, which is over 670 million miles per hour.
The diagram below proves the impossibility of the heliocentric theory. If the North Star is above the North Pole, it must be moving in precise and exact synchronization with the earth. The earth is supposed to be traveling at 67,062 miles per hour around the sun in a slightly elliptical path with an average radius of over 92 million miles (approximately 1.8 billion miles in circumference).
What makes the heliocentric model even more impossible is that while the North Star is supposed to be keeping itself in perfect synchronization with the orbit of the earth around the sun,the sun, itself, is supposed to be traveling at a speed of approximately 500,000 miles per hour around the Milky Way galaxy. Adding to the impossibility, the Milky Way galaxy is hypothesized by modern scientists to be racing through space at a speed ranging from 300,000 to 1,340,000 miles per hour. The heliocentric fairy tale gets even more fantastic; the perfect synchronization of the North Star with the earth finds its origin in a massive, chaotic explosion called the “big bang” that happened billions of years ago.
This insane fantasy (masquerading as science) of a spherical spinning and orbiting earth is so ingrained in the consciousness of the world, that any refutation of it is viewed by the world as itself evidence of ignorance and perhaps even insanity. Believing in a flat earth is immediately met with derision;the person is viewed as being an ignorant savage or part of a crazy fringe cult.
How did scientists come up with the fantastic distance that the North Star is from the earth? Simple—they made it up. There is no evidence to support that distance. It is necessary in the heliocentric model that Polaris be 433.8 light years from Earth.Indeed, the fantastic distances in the heliocentric model were simply hypothesized to explain how Polaris can be fixed above a careening and spinning Earth and why all the stars move in unison,without any parallax between each other. Parallax is the movement of one star in relation to another star that would be expected to be seen if the earth were spinning and orbiting in space around the sun.
What is observed, however, is no parallax between the stars whatsoever. With the exception of a few wandering stars, which today are called the planets of the alleged solar system, the stars move in unison, as though they are part of one great single mass. That proved to be a problem for the heliocentric model.Indeed, such movement makes the heliocentric model impossible. In order to explain away the lack of parallax, the priests of heliocentrism simply expanded the universe in their minds and scientific papers and argued since the stars are so far away that the parallax is imperceptible to us on earth. The problem with that argument is that no matter how far away the stars are, parallax would be discernable if the earth were moving. There is no parallax, because the stars are in fact within the firmament(Genesis 1:14-18), moving in perfect unison over a flat, stationary earth.