The design of Earth in the Planar/Flat layout model has a well defined centre inside the sunpath meridian, and a corresponding perimeter outside of this central area. The "magic" of the Globe design comes from how Elite Masons have converted both the centre and the perimeter of the planar Earth into two equal parts as Hemispheres.

In the graphic hereover we see how the planar model of Earth and the Globe model use actual surface area

If we actually calculate the total surface area of Globe Earth, we find that both hemispheres respectively hold 255 million square kilometres. On the planar model the inner centre (inside the meridian) would be just 127 million km² which is just half the areasize of either hemisphere...

The outer perimeter of the Planar model (outside of the meridian) would be very big, with a radius corresponding to the inner centre it would amount to 382 million square kilometres  tree times the size of the centre of the Planar model.

In order to comprehend how freemasons have managed to make a globe model of a plain, we need to understand which of the two hemispheres that has the potential to conjure up the additional 127 million square kilometres that doesn't exist.

Keeping the equator/sunpath in its actual size (common for both planar/flat and globe models) we can very easily test what hemisphere in the Globe model that deforms the best to fit known, working 2D maps and the Planar model with its reduced centre area and larger perimeter.

Mercator map deformed to fit North Hemisphere as Center of Planar model

Mercator map deformed to fit South Hemisphere as Center of Planar model

Only one of the two deformations makes sense on both hemispheres simultaneously. Sizes and surfaces are not exact but the shape and design is. The authors of the Globe model have needed all the confusion they could master conjure in order to hide the obvious fact there is too much water on the South hemisphere, and too much land in the North...

Can you see what is obvious  where we find the centre of Flat Earth ?
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South is Center
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