Odd Video’s from the Moon

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    • Because they’re not meant to inform, but to deform.
      They are fake, along with all the implied meanings meant to be inferred.

  1. “I sincerely hope you’re coming ‘cuz you really started something “.
    Elvis Costello
    Waiting for the end of the World

  2. I had to have a Cosmic Top Secret clearance to work in SHOC, Supreme Headquarters Operations Center: the war room. I was a Senior Master Sergeant at the time and, when I was assigned in SHOC, I was given the job of maintaining the Duty Roster. We worked on a 24-hour basis, day after day after day. And I was given the job of running the Duty Roster when I worked in SHOC.
    Well, it appears that on the morning of the 2nd of February 1961, World War III almost began. It was involved in the flyover of large numbers of circular metallic craft, flying in formation, very obviously under intelligent control. They would fly out of the Soviet sector in the Warsaw Pact toward the U.S. in formation at a high rate of speed and at a very high altitude. They would turn north over the English Channel over the southern coast of England and then they would disappear off of NATO radar over the Norwegian Sea.

    • he Japanese space agency signed a contract with NASA years and years ago, to buy copies of every picture NASA took during the Apollo Program. And I’m sure the Japanese people paid a sizeable amount of money for this contract. And as the films were developed and the photos were made, they shipped them off to Japan and the Japanese had a tremendous reservoir of goods of regional NASA pictures. They bought them. They paid for them. So this photograph was released by the Japanese space agency; you can see the Japanese writing here.


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