“We live in a weird world,” NASA Astronaut Neil Armstrong famously stated, and “great ideas unknown, breakthroughs available to those who can remove one of the truth’s protecting layers” are available to those who can remove one of the truth’s protective layers.
Now fast forward to today, and many individuals are aware that not everything that happens behind the scenes is made public. This is why the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was enacted; it is a federal statute that permits for the complete or partial disclosure of previously undisclosed information and records within the authority of the US government.
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There are still several barriers to complete openness, one of which is the use of the term “national security” to keep material classified and unavailable to the public. With the revelations of Wikileaks and Edward Snowden, this has become even more apparent, but the problem is far deeper.
Did you know that the United States government classifies over 500 million pages of paperwork every year? This is a whole other issue, and if you’re interested in learning more about it, see our post about the “Black Budget.”
What NASA Astronaut Have to Say About the Moon.
Several NASA employees have made some startling statements concerning the Moon. One of these individuals is George Leonard, a NASA Astronauts and picture analyzer who got a number of official NASA images of the Moon, many of which he published in his book “Somebody Else Is On The Moon.”
Despite the fact that the photographs are modest and the resolution isn’t up to today’s standards, they display details of massive original prints. While Leonard included the identifying code numbers of the images in his works to prove their authenticity, we can’t be certain they were real, and their low quality further adds to the confusion.
His assertions concerning what was discovered on the Moon, as well as his confirmed NASA credentials, are far more persuasive than these photographs.
Leonard was far from the only person with a legitimate background seeking to inform the public about the truth about the Moon and the images obtained during the Apollo missions.
“Ladies and gentlemen, my government, NASA, which stands for Never A Straight Answer to many of us in the United States, proceeded to destroy 40 rolls of film from the Apollo Program — the voyage to the Moon, the flight around the Moon, the landings on the Moon, and the strolling people here and there.” For Christ’s sake, they wiped 40 reels of film from those occurrences.
We’re now talking about tens of thousands of individual frames that the so-called authorities judged you didn’t have a right to see. They were ‘disruptive,” socially undesirable,’ and ‘politically unacceptable,’ to name a few adjectives. I’m enraged at the moment. I’m a former Command Sergeant Major from the United States Army. “Patience was never one of my strong suits.”
Bob Dean, who was speaking at a conference in Europe, said the comment above. Bob is a former US Army Command Sargent Major who also worked as an intelligence analyst at NATO’s Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE).
When it comes to the UFO phenomena, thousands of papers have been made public, as well as hundreds of genuine witness statements.
It’s also worth noting that the Russian government has called for an international probe of the United States’ moon landings, citing the loss of film footage from the 1969 mission. They’re also referring to the (about) 400 kilos of lunar rock collected between 1969 and 1972 over numerous flights.
Leonard said that NASA was aware of alien activities on the Moon and tried to conceal it. He isn’t the only one who has made such a claim.
“Read the books, learn the legends, and begin to comprehend what has been happening on, for there is no question that we are being visited….” The cosmos in which we exist is considerably more fascinating, interesting, intricate, and far-reaching than we have ever been able to comprehend. Mankind has long pondered whether or not we are the only ones in the cosmos. But it is only during our time that we have solid evidence. No, we’re not on our own.” -NASA Astronauts Dr. Edgar Mitchell, ScD. (6th man to walk on the moon).
Leonard isn’t the first NASA Astronaut who has expressed some unusual opinions regarding the Moon. Dr. John Brandenburg, a plasma expert, recently stated the same thing. He was the Deputy Manager of the Clementine Moon Mission, a collaborative space project between NASA and the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (BMDO). In 1994, the expedition revealed water near the Moon’s poles.