cosmic war


August 1, 2013 By Joseph P. Farrell

In case you missed the uproarious Apollo 11 landing celebrations (and I did too, the silence was deafening), you might be interested in this story that was shared with me by co-author Dr. Scott De Hart. And this is one to read closely, folks:

Houston, We Erased The Apollo 11 Tapes

"'I don't think anyone in the NASA organization did anything wrong,' Nafzger says. 'I think it slipped through the cracks, and nobody's happy about it.'"

Slipped through the cracks? I'm sorry, but is NASA like a badly built Dutch dike(and by the way, the Dutch don't build bad dikes) with more leaks than the New Sauron Agency (NSA)? I doubt it.

Given Never A Straight Answer's (NASA's) history, I'm not buying this one for a moment. In fact, for readers of Richard Hoagland's and Mike Bara's Dark Mission, this will sound rather like the episode of Ken Johnston being ordered to destroy Apollo 11 pictures, which, fortunately, he didn't.

So the question arises, why the destruction of humanity's first interplanetary expedition? There are, of course, the hoaxers, who maintain we never went. But more recently, NASA has requested the lunar landing sites be "historical zones", in effect, no fly zones for anyone else going to the Moon. Now, obviously, if you've hoaxed things, you wouldn't want the hoax exposed. But I suspect that the real reason is that we went, but that rockets are not the whole story.

Now we have another admission in this article:

"...some experts knew that the lunar camera was capable of doing better.

"'It was better. We knew it was better,"'says Stan Lebar, who worked at the Westinghouse Electric Corporation and led the team that designed and built the lunar camera.

"He knew that engineers on the ground did preserve the lunar camera's odd-format footage by recording it onto tapes. So a few years ago, Lebar and some colleagues decided to go back and look at those tapes, to see if today's digital technology could use them to produce a higher-quality video"

Thus, the possibility arises that more was seen on some of those tapes, than we were shown. And it raises yet another possibility, and that is, that more was said on on those tapes than we ever heard.

And there were dirty deals made, if you believe the scenario I speculated on in SS Brotherhood of the Bell: a little advanced technology in return for...exclusive access to whatever was found "up there."

So now the tapes are missing because, we're told, they were reused for satellite data during a "critical period" when NASA was short of magnetic tape!?

Uh huh. Granted, it's an old story, from 2006, but let's face it, something is going on out there, and it is having a huge impact on what's happening down here.

In any case, I don't know about you, but I'm not buying the "critical shortage of magnetic tapes" either. Someone is still covering up what happened on the Moon, and I strongly suspect this is why so many other nations have sent satellites up there to "see for themselves," because NASA isn't talking, and neither, really, are the Russians.

See you on the flip side.