Full Moon during the day
As it is possible to see a full moon at daytime, one can conclude, that the Earth must be flat. In the heliocentric model it would be impossible, to see a full moon during the day. (especially in the official worldview that we've been taught)
Note - the following picture gallery is not fully true, since the Moon is in reality self-luminousand does not reflect the light from the sun. But nevertheless, the official heliocentric worldview would not allow for the full moon being seen during the day - and is therefore refuted by the actual sighting of the full moon during the daytime.
Here as photo gallery
Here as a Video
Flat earth and the artist with the moon
When the sun and moon are visible in the sky at the same time, there are the following 3 situations - Full Moon + Sun - Crescent Moon + Sun - New moon + Sun
In the heliocentric model that we would see a full moon, the earth would have to be between the sun and the moon. In addition, at this time Sun and Moon would be (at least almost) diametrically opposed to each other. It would be impossible to be able to spot a full moon beside the sun. That one can observe a full moon right next to the sun without them being opposed to each other by 180 degrees, is proof that the moon is self-luminous and does not reflect the light from the sun.
That the moon is self-luminous, also agrees with the biblical account (Genesis 1:14-18; Mt24:29; Mk13:24)
Because the moon is self-luminous, the lunar-eclipse cannot be created from the earth casting its shadow on to the moon, because the moon would then be still illuminated.
In addition, according to the heliocentric model of the moon is spherical and reflects the light of the sun. But it is a fact, that the moon gives/emits its light evenly over its entire surface towards the Earth. This would be impossible if it would reflect light from the sun. Take a polished ball and put it behind a light source (Lamp, fire, etc.) and then take a look at it. In that way you will see that the light does not uniformly return to the observer, that is, not the whole surface is seen as equally illuminated by the observer. From that behavior one can detect a spherical object. From the fact that this is not so, it can be seen that the moon is not spherical and illuminated by the sun and does not reflect the light thereof.
Now we have seen already that the moon is self-luminous. To find out whether the moon is spherical or flat is still due to research. Eventually it could be possible that the moon is spherical AND self-luminous.
The moon has about the same dimensions as the sun. (This is also confirmed by the Book of Enoch, Chapter 72, Vers37: //"As he rises, so he sets and decreases not, and rests not, but runs day and night, and his light is sevenfold brighter than that of the moon; but as regards size they are both equal."//) This can be found out by the fact that the Sun and the Moon in photos of the same zoom ratio appear as the same in size. Now someone might argue, that sun and moon only appear to be equal in size and that this has its cause in that the sun is in reality much farther away and much bigger. In contrast to that it can be objected that within the circle of the moon - that means when the moon depicts a half moon and only one half is illuminated, that the other half can also be seen because of its outline - that means the circle that both half parts of the moon describe - on the darkened side of the moons stars could be spotted. Now, there are 2 possible explanations for this phenomenon: Either the moon is semi-transparent/semi-translucent and one was able to see the stars THROUGH the moon, which were actually located behind the moon, OR the Star was indeed in front of the moon on its path. If the Star was IN FRONT OF the moon, then it would discard the whole theory that the moon whirls around the earth and is therefore closest to the earth and all other stars would be farther away than the moon. But if one holds to that the moon is semi-transparent, and that one was able to spot a star behind/through the moon then one has to dismiss all moon-landings as a lie, because then it wouldn't even have been able to land on the moon when he was hal-transparent - or at least it would not look at all like the pictures of NASA at a moon-landing.
The distance to the moon (and hence the diameter) can be determined just as the distance to the sun by simple observations and trigonometry. Thus, the moon woul be ?? km (?? miles) in diameter and would be ?? km (?? miles) away from the surface of the earth.