Sunday, July 31, 2011

Aliens, ET, Does the Moon Have an ET Origin, Interesting Videos of the Moons Surface

Moon linked to Japanese radiation crisis 


Will the Moon reveal a historical ET presence.



There have been many stories and articles written about the moon and many wild theories put forward, everything from the moon has been inhabited in the past and there are remnants of civilizations still on the moon today. Some theorize that the moon is hollow and was put there for with the express purpose of sustaining life on earth. Whatever you happen to believe it is true that the moon is full of mysteries that we have not even started to unlock. Just this past week there were cold volcanoes found on the dark side of the moon.  This article and the two videos below will explore some of those theories.  


Dr. N. Huntley  in Zephnet.com documents that the Moon has the circular orbit of an artiticial satellite.  He further documents that the Moon based upon statistical data is hollow.  He suggests that the Moon is mechanically controlled and has an apparent Extraterrestrial origin.


We obviously know that there are scientific laws that say the moon affects the Earth (i.e. tides),” . AccuWeather’s Mark Paquette says. “There are also less proven theories that propose that the moon affects the Earth in other ways (i.e. abnormal behavior during a full moon). Can the Super (full) Moon contribute to extreme weather and other natural phenomenon?” 

AccuWeather also notes a supermoon was seen orbiting Earth was on January 10, 2005. On December 26, 2004 an undersea megathrust earthquake resulted in a tsunami that ripped through the Indian Ocean and caused great damage in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Indian, and Thailand. NASA confirmed that the Earth’s tilt was altered as a result of the massive earthquake, which measured 9.0 on the Richter Scale. Scientists also state that geological events on Earth cannot be affected by astrological events such as the moon’s gravitational pull. 


We obviously know that there are scientific laws that say the moon affects the Earth (i.e. tides),” . AccuWeather’s Mark Paquette says. “There are also less proven theories that propose that the moon affects the Earth in other ways (i.e. abnormal behavior during a full moon). Can the Super (full) Moon contribute to extreme weather and other natural phenomenon?” 

AccuWeather also notes that the last time a supermoon was seen orbiting Earth was on January 10, 2005. On December 26, 2004 an undersea megathrust earthquake resulted in a tsunami that ripped through the Indian Ocean and caused great damage in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Indian, and Thailand. NASA confirmed that the Earth’s tilt was altered as a result of the massive earthquake, which measured 9.0 on the Richter Scale. Scientists also state that geological events on Earth cannot be affected by astrological events such as the moon’s gravitational pull. 


Debates continue on whether or not the moon’s proximity to Earth had any role in the earthquake as it happened two weeks prior to the supermoon event, but it has been a debate that has captured the intrigue of astronomers and conspiracy theorists. Supermoons also occurred in 1955, 1974, and 1992 and each of these years had noted extreme weather or natural disasters according to AccuWeather. 

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There is no doubt that the moon holds many secrets that will be discovered in the near future. In the event that we find some form of historical ET presence on the moon it will begin to answer many questions


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