Whilst the world is celebrating 40 years since man walked on the moon, I thought I would throw a spanner in the works. If you do a little research about the moon, you quickly discover that it's a weird place, and one starts to question whether the Apollo experience as presented to the world was trustworthy or something else entirely. Let me say up front, I don't subscribe to the "moon landings were faked" theories. They were real, very real. However, what was the real purpose of Apollo and what did we really find up there.
Many physical facts about the moon are strange. It's the only known satellite that doesn't spin. Its near perfect circular orbit and the way in which it has coupled with the earth has baffled astronomers for years. In terms of physics, the moon just shouldn't be there. Seismic studies show that it should be hollow. It rings like a bell when struck by moving objects.
So what would you think if Neil Armstrong wasn't the first to walk on the moon? This short video is from testimony given to the Disclosure Project by Karl Wolf who had top secret clearance in the US Air Force and saw photos from the moon in 1965 that he wasn't meant to see.
On another tact, the rate of progress with space travel technology, as presented by NASA, seems almost prehistoric when compared with the gains made in computer and military technology. Why did Apollo stop in the 70's? Why did we not go back? Why did we stop investing money in the greatest ever human journey? Is the shuttle program the cutting edge of our technology? What if NASA was simply the public space program? What if NASA was a propaganda machine that portrays the supposed cutting edge of our technology and its real purpose is to conceal the real space program hidden in military black projects. It is estimated that military technology is ahead of mainstream technology by as much as 40 years. We know that trillions of unaccountable dollars are poured into such projects every year. They're getting something for their investment. What many believe are UFOs could well be such technologies of human origin.
I'm not trying to raise the whole UFO debate, that tends to end in distraction from the more important issues. This is about reality and truth. At all levels we the people are fed a narrow bandwidth of truth. We may get the information super highway through our browsers, but the mainstream media decides and dictates what our reality should be, at dial up speed. Why would NASA, the public space program, be any different? This doesn't belittle the achievements of Apollo 11. These guys were true heroes, strapping themselves to a huge firecracker and flying to the moon. They captured our imaginations 40 years ago and to this day we are still captivated, just as intended.