posted on Sep, 8 2016 @ 11:51 PM
It's interesting we living in this world, and in just a few years we've seen exponential growth, and we continue on that path, at our will. Our
technological advancements are bottlenecked by our concept of 'money'. The Moon has been long standing; it's our closest celestial object,
and it has been here many years before us and will most likely be here many years after us.
Do we really believe of the 2.2million years of our existence of which we have about 8000~ years recorded with many unexplainable feats, many which
cannot be replicated. Pyramids, temples, monoliths, lines, megalithic structures and great books of wisdom. Many civilizations before us proved they
were technologically aligned as well. They'd have to notice this mysteriously consistent, yet inconsistent celestial body, that is guaranteed to come
back but it comes back as a quarter, a half or full, sometimes earlier, sometimes later.
Would we really be the first to attempt advancing to the moon? We developed aircraft in ~1902, and with the help of Wernher von Braun, a German rocket
scientist who surrendered to America during WW2(1945), Americans would then see themselves win the space race. Oddly 2 years after a rocket scientist
stationed in New Mexico with engineers under his command, there was the 'Roswell' incident, I guess we can put that aside now, can't we?
The moon is perfect. The moon is the perfect distance from the sun. The moon is hollow. The moon is the only object which has a perfect orbit and
essentially monitors the earth. The moon is the only object that can cause INSTANT destruction of the planet in a way that is very unpredictable,
other things we can see coming if the moon drifts life ends.
There have been many civilizations thought to have been advanced that just mysteriously 'disappeared,' think Hy-Brasil, Atlantis. Could it be that
they've developed and become 'breakaway-civilizations'?