NASA’S PROJECT ARTEMIS

NASA’S PROJECT ARTEMIS

While the world is on "lockdown" because of the Fauci (rhymes with grouchy) virus, and is wondering how he knew about a plandemic in 2017, or why he decided to "outsource" corona virus  research to China after the Obama Administration shut down funding for it, or exactly what his relationship with Bill Hates (rhymes with Gates) is, or why he's not facing any tough questions from the propatainment media, other things, believe it or not, have been going on.

And this story, spotted and shared by L.B., is one of them:

NASA’s Plan to Build a Base Camp on the Moon Sounds Like Sci-Fi, But It’s Real

The article outline's NASA's three stage plan, Project Artemis, for creating an orbital station around the Moon, and a robot-based exploration of the surface of the Moon involving very small robots, supposedly designed to look for water at - here it comes - the south lunar pole:

That’s just one reason NASA is planning to build a new lunar base camp. In a report released last week, the agency laid out its multi-phase plan for what it’s calling the Artemis program, which will be the core of its spaceflight and exploration endeavors for the next decade. Artemis’s goals cover three domains: low-Earth orbit, the moon, and Mars.

It all starts with robots. In 2021, two robotic missions will deliver scientific and commercial payloads to the moon. In one of the project’s more meta aspects, a robotic mission will also deliver a new robotic lunar rover. It’s called the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER, thank goodness for acronyms), and it has the word “polar” in it because this is all going to be based at the moon’s south pole, somewhere near the 12-mile-wide by 2-mile-deep Shackleton Crater. VIPER and other lunar rovers will wander around the moon’s surface looking for resources humans will need in order to spend any significant amount of time there, like oxygen and water.

Speaking of putting humans on the moon—which is slated to happen in 2024—here’s how it would work. Four astronauts at a time would fly in an Orion spacecraft to the planned Gateway space station (sort of like the moon’s version of the International Space Station, and SpaceX will be one of various contractors bringing cargo to it). After uncrewed and crewed flight tests—Artemis I and II, respectively, whose flight distances will together total almost a million miles—Artemis III will be the mission that finally lands people on the moon.

Once they’re there, NASA envisions astronauts staying on the moon for up to a week at a time to start. The south pole base camp they’ll dock at will include a lunar terrain vehicle (if you’re picturing a moon version of an ATV, you’re probably not too far off) for them to move around in, and a “habitable mobility platform,” essentially a much larger pressurized vehicle on which astronauts could stay for 45 days at a time.

As one might imagine, I have all sorts of high octane speculations about all of this, but let's begin with the southern lunar pole, about which there appears to be a great deal of interest on the part of the space powers. India, you'll recall, recently sent a probe there which, supposedly, malfunctioned. I have suspicions about that too, but for the moment, we'll pass over them. My main focus is to recall NASA's "L-CROSS" mission of 2009. L-CROSS stood for Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite. There was a great deal of hype at the time from NASA, which promised big fireworks, because they planned to crash a component of the mission on the lunar surface near the south pole, while the orbiter did spectrographic analysis of the debris and dust kicked up by the impact. We were told that it might all be visible from the Earth and to get our popcorn and watch the show. The "event", when it occurred, was not much of a show, sort of like the firework display that didn't happen, which let everyone scratching their heads, except for Mr. Richard C.  Hoagland, who offered a very plausible analysis that the impacter had in fact impacted on, and burst through into a hollow area. One other odd thing he noted was that if one crosses four L's - as in "L-CROSS", one gets a swastika. That sparked all sorts of speculations on the internet at the time, and we needn't rehearse them here. The point is that from Mr. Hoagland's point of view, it was yet another "strange message" from NASA, an agency that pretty much everyone knows was awash with Nazi scientists even before the agency was created.

It's that idea of "strange messages" that has my high octane speculation motor running in overdrive: Why Project Artemis? NASA seems oddly enamored of all sorts of mythology: Project Mercury, Project Gemini, Project Apollo and now Project Artemis . Artemis in Greek mythology is the goddess daughter of Zeus, who in turn was the chief god of the Olympian panthenon who took over from the previous chief god, Chronos/Saturn after the gigantomachy. The symbolism of Artemis for the project is therefore intriguing, for in addition to being the goddess patron of animals and virginity, she is also the goddess patron of hunting, and hence portrayed often with a bow and arrow. Presumably she was chosen as the patron of the project because NASA's robots are presumably hunting for water and oxygen, as the article states, and here again, the southern lunar pole, by most experts' reckoning, is the most likely place to find the former (in the form of ice), and if one finds the former one has, of course, found the latter.

But given all the other lunar weirdness over the past decades, including a very recent video of what appears to be UFOs or objects of some sort darting around the lunar surface and making the rounds on the internet, I cannot help but wonder if Artemis is less about hunting in the metaphorical sense of exploration, and more about hunting in an actual sense. If so, then building a manned lunar orbiter as a base camp makes an altogether different kind of sense.  In short, I'm wondering if Project Artemis and all its symbolic associations to "hunting" is about  more than just hunting water and oxygen, but other things - mineral deposits, "other miners" - and so on, and if in fact it's perhaps the first manifestation of Trump's newly established space force and its command structure.

See you on the flip side...

44 thoughts on “NASA’S PROJECT ARTEMIS”

  1. two things: Shackleton Crater on the south pole of the moon is named after Ernest Shackleton who led THREE British expeditions to…..Antarctica in 1901-1903, 1907-1909 and 1914-1917.
    This gentleman has been on my radar for an in depth examination. Think along the lines of Walter Bosley’s “secret missions” type of stuff.

    Next, and again recalling Walter’s work and research into Hecate, you find Artemis as the Maiden, Selene as the Mother and Hecate as the Crone; “the wise and mysterious lady of the Underworld who knows the secrets of Magic”.

    I find that to be more disturbing than anything else.

  2. Loxie Lou Davie

    A question for everyone!!!

    Who is going to tell The Public about The Planet of The Crossing that is coming our way & the havoc it will cause???

    Since it is on a 3,600 year orbit, we have no recent memory, only ancient texts which alert us to its existence! It can now be seen at Dawn or Dusk from certain locations & back in the 1990’s the astronomer, Robert Harrington, who discovered it, died of a heart attack about a year after he let the cat out of the bag……never having had any heart problems. The “usual”, right?!

    So, fasten your seatbelts, Planet Earth is in for a Very Bumpy Ride!!! When it does become plainly visible to everyone, somebody will have some ‘splainin’ to do!!!
    What I wonder……is this C-V Plandemic part of the plan to keep everyone distracted while they are trying to figure out how to handle the catastrophe headed our way??? Mechanics of the Universe, over which we have NO control!!

    For any interested….marshallmasters.com or Intellihub with Shepard Ambellas kind of lay it all out for us. And we thought poor ‘ol Zacharia was deluded!! 😉

      1. already happening. Smithfield (Chinese owned) closed a pork processing plant in MN – about 5% of US pork. I heard another plant in Iowa closed last week for another 5%. China’s pork crop got wasted I think last fall. And more recently their chicken crop. Saw video yesterday about Purdue’s plant having too few healthy workers forced to throw away 2 million birds. Vid showed them being dumped fully feathered into semitrailer.

  3. I believe the Germans have invested rather heavily on lunar wi-fi.As for Grouchy,kind of reminds me of Mengele….

  4. If the USA wasn’t run by overgrown children we should have been doing this since about the 1980s. All the goof-offs had to do was develop a safe and reliable surface to orbit vehicle and an earth orbit space shuttlecraft for taxi men and equipment to and from the Earth to the Moon orbit. The cost of every mission would have drop with every future mission.

  5. Well, the main aspects of Artemis in mythology that everyone seems to have overlooked are that (a) she was the Goddess of the Moon, and (b) she was the twin sister of Apollo. Just sayin.’

    Maybe the NASA NAZIs from Operation Paperclip were simply more classically educated in mythology than most regular Americans.

    1. LoL…brilliant. There’s something to be said about a classics based education…seeing the whole picture and where the pieces fit is pretty handy for abstract thinking. Can’t have too many of THOSE kind running around. They mess up the silos and compartmentalizations.

  6. Robert Barricklow

    First suspicion: Weaponization of South Lunar Pole.
    Most robots of this generation are usually trained by humans via a network[humans interface w/robots in training situations via many networked locations = more data].

    Scientific and commercial payloads will comprise far less than the weapons part of the mission. More related to augmenting weapons phase.

    Brings into focus an interesting comparison of slave labor: human vs robot labor in space. One basically fodder[training] for the other[robot]. The more data the human supplies; the less his value in the space-food-chain.

    So begins the hierarchy of the new world order in space..
    Oops? I mean, So Begins The New Frontiers Of Space…

    We dig, dig, dig, dig, ad infinitum,
    in our mine the whole day through,
    To dig, dig, dig, dig, ad infinitum,
    is what we really like to do
    It ain’t no trick to get rich quick
    You dig, dig, dig, w/a shovel or a pick

    In a mine! In a mine! In a mine! In a mine!
    Where a million diamonds shine.

    Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho,
    Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho
    Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho it’s off to the moon we go
    To dig, dig, dig, dig, ad infinitum…
    H

        1. Robert Barricklow

          ZDB
          or, in a different media context; the new fiction robot book that’s loaded down w/footnotes. The reason why. It portrays a robotic future that is actually here now[hence the footnotes that prove it.
          Burn-In by P.W. Singer/August Cole 5/26/2020
          Burn-In: the continuous operation of a device[coronavirus?] as a test for defects or failure prior to putting into use.
          The device is an FBI AI bot cop. I kid you not.

        2. Wastes of money if for military and police use. Already figured out numerous low tech ways of neutralizing them; not to mention new weapons that can be designed to take them out. Human ingenuity can overcome everything given just a little bit of knowledge and time to do so.

  7. The south pole of the Moon must be the most strategic location thus the race to occupy it first.

    1. From the south pole we can install a weapons platform to protect our ownership of the entire Moon. If we are first to get a settlement on the moon than we can claim the entire single continent and all the Moon’s resources for ourselves. We can then leverage purchases of leasing rights to China and other countries to pay off our national debt. But I would just declared a national Bankruptcy and right off our debt and keep lunar assets for our own corporate and military exploitation. With our advance space weapons based there the whole world will be at our mercy and ripe for conquest!

      1. We get our weapons platform there first and the entire Solar system and all it’s resources are ours! Even satellites can be shot down if their countries of origin don’t pay us tribute! But of course there won’t be other nations anymore after our platform enables us to conquer them for our NWO!

        1. But it will be for the Earth for only our one world super power can protect the planet from giant meteorites!

  8. the mission probably includes a focus on so called Helium 3, which is between hydrogen and helium. As indigo is not blue nor violet, H3 is not hydrogen nor helium.

    It enables direct fusion to electricity with almost no neutron release. Here is an article from “popular” mechanics on this very topic:

    https://www.popularmechanics.com/space/moon-mars/a235/1283056/

    Since LCross looks like a “surgical strike”, perhaps there are now opportunities for Moonsteading.

    1. The moon is covered by an international treaty wherein it is treated substantially the same as Antarctica: You can put a base there but you can’t claim the territory and nobody can “own” it, though mining it is not specifically addressed.

  9. So, are we getting close to that Columbus discovers the “new” world moment with respect to space? If this is analogous to Columbus, then what did the space age “Templers” do on the dark side? We know they are there. This isn’t about discovery. It’s about opening the moon up for business.

      1. It wasn’t just them. I think the Phoenicians, Romans and Chinese were here, too. Then, you also have that strange tale of the Mandans–a group of Welsh settlers led by Madoc who theoretically settled here during Elizabethan times. As you know the evidence is not compelling–but I give a lot more credence to some of the mythical traditions of indigenous peoples than most quackademics. I would love to see more direct evidence, but most indigenous people were far better sociologists, ecologists and biologists than their counterparts in Europe at the time. They didn’t have the refined vocabulary or written tradition, but they were very advanced in many other ways. This didn’t mean they weren’t excellent historians or unseasoned critical thinkers. The idea that ants look like giants works both ways. Native peoples thought we were the ants…with guns.

          1. Yes…. Throughout the Ohio valley there appears to be remnants of ancient Roman fortifications. And coinage. But most of this evidence is disputed…erroneously.

        1. anakephalaiosis

          Satanic Roman empire withdrew from Britain in the fifth century, and returned in the seventh century, as the Satanic papal empire of clerical bureaucracy. That leaves sixth century, as a window of opportunity, in the battle against Satan.

          That is the time of reign of Arthur II, the Druid Cyning, and Columba’s Druidic Iona, and Irish mission on the continent. A comet cataclysm had devastated Britain, and Britons sought new lands overseas. The westward settlement became deliberately forgotten, by Satanic papacy.

          Today, British academia has a notorious record of misplacing the sixth century, in a memory hole, and to distort Welsh history. That is so, because the original Cyning was defined, by Rynstafas, not by grace of Satanic popery.

          The Rynstafas are a strategic merge of Saxon woodcut alphabet, and Druidic sundial principles, that define original social contract.

  10. *Antarctica lies on the Moon
    And many surprises portends
    But nothing will come from it soon
    As the Bow of Artemis doth bend*

  11. Fertility and hunting could also be related to conquest – spoils of war.

    Seeding a new landscape.

    Remember that moonbase too, referred to as UR?
    Sargon of Akkad began the first empire via conquest. He invented a composite bow made of animal sinew, wood and horn that had 3 times the power of a normal bow and gave him the edge.

  12. anakephalaiosis

    MICROSOFT FUNNY FARM

    Bill Gates tried self-vaccination,
    in camp of concentration,
    with moon made
    soap trade,
    of lampshade production.

    4L-CROSS

  13. The first clue is in the forced-acronym name of the new robotic lunar rover: VIPER. The word was probably chosen first, and the ‘description’ was force-fit onto that. So, in line with NASA’s penchant for naming programs after ancient gods, what god-line is associated with Vipers? A hint: they came from ancient Sumer. And associated with Reptilian qualities? Ahh, the Anunnaki…

    (And note that if NASA was being ‘strategic’ about naming the Moon program after a Greek major-god, Apollo, the corresponding major-god in the Sumerian pantheon would be Enlil . But that would give the ‘game’ away…)

    Plus, “12-mile-wide by 2-mile-deep Shackleton Crater” is located within the much-larger South Pole-Aitken (SPA) Crater, measuring 1,550 miles (2,500 km) from rim to rim and around 7.5 miles (12 km) deep. Looking for water in Shackleton could be a cover for poking-around one of the Moon’s deepest depressions. If there is anything artificial on the Moon (including being a defunct Berserker ship), being able to get way down might turn-up some interesting artifacts…

    1. anakephalaiosis

      NASA is a mixture of masonic bureaucracy, and bright heads with bright ideas. That is a stalemate proposition.

      The gridlock in academia is solved, by introducing an epistemological paradox, that blows everyone’s mind.

      Precisely that is, what the sundial-derived principles of Rynstafas represent, that navigate, in a 32-point compass.

      It is Odin’s “tide trotting timekeeper” of horcruxes, that papacy doesn’t like, thus banning Harry Potter.

    2. Robert Barricklow

      Goshawks,
      I liked your analogy of…
      forced to fit into their conception of reality.

      There’s a lot of that going on.

      Digging for ancient artifacts.
      Those are the diamonds in/of space.

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