Surely, mathematically impossible? The planets to align without being placed there?
Towards the end of the Mayan calendar, a day when people thought it was the last day of existence upon earth. People must think the world will end in one day! You could think that maybe the earth would take more than a day to burn out, or to not exist. Maybe it was not the end but the begging of something? The planets have aligned before; does this not tell you something?
With mathematical precision the Mayans predicted when the planets would line up, did you realize this? if you have spinning spheres spinning at different speeds, randomly
Spinning and turning on a different axis, even with gravity holding the planets in some kind of stasis, how did the planets then align?
Is it possible to throw marbles upon the floor and mathematically find the point at when they would end up in the same place as where they started?
Do then all random objects end up in alignment as where they first started? The answer here is NO. Randomly spinning spheres would not align back together to where they started! Is this what happened on the day people thought the world would end? Even if the planets did not align to where they started; the Mayans mathematically knew when they would!
How can spinning spheres that are randomly placed throughout the universe align themselves back to the point of origin?
Does this not give you some indication that the planets have not just randomly appeared; but are placed by somebody mightier than the planets themselves?