Our moon has an atmosphere.
It’s not made up of nitrogen and oxygen, but sodium and potassium – and it’s very weak. While Earth’s atmosphere has a density of 10^18 parts per million, the moon only has 10^5 parts per million. So unlike Earth’s atmosphere, where particles are bumping into each other all the time, particles rarely collide on the moon.
Apparently the military have been working with Aliens since we signalled them with our H-bomb testing back in the 1940s. Charles Hall worked as a weatherman on the base. This is a 1.5hr video of a lecture he gave . . . [Read more…]
There is so much folklore surrounding UFOs and aliens, but one thing is for sure, NASA (and the US government) are very tight-lipped if either is mentioned. They are so vehemently dismissive about such claims that UFO stories and alien sightings have gained even more traction over the years. Hide it, ban it, deny it and humans flock to it. Unfortunately for NASA (and the US Government) this has meant that the people don’t trust them on the subject – as evidenced by massive conspiracy theories and TV shows such as the X-Files.
People want to know the truth, but, in my opinion, the reason for a cover-up is simple. An alien presence would undermine any Government authority. It’s a good thing that the Grays, Reptilians and Nordics haven’t announced their presence. The people in power would lose it quickly.
In the meantime, check out this interesting 4 minute video – a mini doc about why some believe in bases on the moon..
NASA employees recount their experience of NASA photo tampering.
Geoffrey Robinson Hypothetical
Imagine a President telling you to do something for your country – anything – whilst, standing right next to him on the podium, is a representative of an Alien race a mere 50,000 years ahead of us in development. As a minion, I know what I’d say. I’d say “I’ll do what you say after hearing him. What does the Gray think?”
Make up your own mind
Okay, this is crazy stuff. But just for fun, take a look at this video from the Japanese Space Agency and tell me what you see.
[movie removed due to copyright violation]
As usual, these pictures are very fuzzy, but once you can actually see things, your imagination will get the better of you.
For me, this was an interesting exercise. I can actually see buildings and intelligently-made structures. But I also see elephants in the clouds. A self-confessed UFO-nut buddy of mine couldn’t see anything other than rocks. At about the 3 minute mark, I rocked the video scroller back and forth over suspicious terrain to get a sense of the 3D aspect. Buildings (or building-like rocks) cast enough shadows and rose and fell from the moon’s surface just enough for my brain to make the crazy leap. There are some very interesting areas on the moon. At best, for this believer, there are entire abandoned Alien cities.
So consider this a kind of test. How much faith do you exercise when reading or talking about Aliens?
And for those of you who want something to print out, click on the image below for a sharper resolution:
Keep it in your purse and while you’re listening to Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” spare a though for the album title. Maybe it should have been “Far Side of the Moon”. Even middle-class art school educated musos can get it wrong sometimes.