was Neil armstrong warned off by Aliens?

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posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 03:43 PM
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hi guys

i have read in many articles and stuff that neil armstrong said he was warned off the moon by aliens when he and buzz aldrin first arrived does anyone know how they were warned off exactly he never seems to go into much detail

web.ukonline.co.uk...

cheers

Graham




posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 05:01 PM
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I don't believe it for a moment. Why is there no video, pictures or audio of the events? Something that large would be too hard to cover up....wouldn't it?



posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 05:09 PM
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Gordon Copper was also aware of UFO's. He was the 1st astronaut to report one.
www.geocities.com...
scroll down to the bottom of the link.



posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 05:34 PM
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Gordon Cooper was a horrible astronaut, who fell asleep on the launch-pad.

He was cocky and unreliable, which is what caused his eventual departure BEFORE GEMINI missions!

He eventually began to bad mouth Nasa in the magazines which is what lead to his eventual shut-up in that everyone forgot about him.

I think the best light they were able to cast on him was in "The Right Stuff" but since I never heard of him I looked him up...and that was giving him a lot of lee-way.

He never really respected that someone else could do the job better than him.

He also had I believe just one mission...the last Mercury mission.

So his seeing a "UFO" is highly unlikely...


From source given by nyeff.
Some years later, testifying before the United Nations, Cooper told them


I think he was just trying to get all the attention like he had been all the time before....

They also say "He was even the last astronaut to make a solo flight, this was when he saw the UFO..." they conveniently fail to tell that that was his ONLY flight.

Oh also, Gordo's ego was so big his own wife left him just for that and probably the usual stress a test-pilot's wife incurs...as Gordo was not one to sleep around...

[Edited on 18-7-2003 by FreeMason]



posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 05:44 PM
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Maybe so FM but most pilots are cocky,and being one of the few astronauts to fly alone in space,well that takes guts. I put more credit into pilots and astronauts sightings,because these guy's are trained to make split second decions,at not screw up at the same time. They know more than anybody else what is out there.
This is a list of astronauts that have reported UFO's...
www.chez.com...

[Edited on 07/11/03 by nyeff]



posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 05:58 PM
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Actually it took no guts for Gordo to go into space alone, by then everything had been worked out.

Again...he slept just until time to take off.

I'd agree to put credit in the pilots and such...but with Gordo I think his over-cocky attitude that got him kicked out of NASA, means that his comments could have just been "falsified".

If Neil made the comments or rather, Buzz...I'd trust them explicitly.



posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 06:06 PM
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FreeMason.

You're absolutely correct.

Thank you for value added to this thread.

[Edited on 19-7-2003 by Valhall]



posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 06:10 PM
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Um excuse me, there's nothing I have said about Dick Gordon that is not 100% true.

The guy was horrible pilot as is compared to his compatriots.

He got into Nasa for two reasons.

His wife lied for him. (Which she later regretted).

And because while his judgement was poor, and his attitude beyond reproach, he was impervious to distractions.

However what NASA soon regretted, is that he was also impervious to awareness, of all the Astronauts of the Mercury craft, Dick Gordon, up the longest, piloted the least.

While take for example John Glen, who had to do a manual re-entry.

I think Valhall you just are having trouble admitting that in most things I know what I'm talking about.

PS. Valhall, I pass the weed-out section in all requirements (For Mission Specialist) except for education requirements.

"Minimum Bachelors with 3 years work experience in the field of the major, Doctorate with 2 years experience in the field or Ph.D with no required work experience."

But as for Mission specialist I have no need for flight time (though the 1 years minimum training requires one to have 4 hours a month during, and during the duration of the his being an Astronaut).

The vision requirement I horribly pass, 20/150.

The physical requirements I do pass.

So aside from credentials (which by far does not represent me since a great hobby of mine is Dimensional theory and the study of what I can pick up of the space shuttle. As my math grows so does my off-hand knowledge).

I pass.

I really hate people who judge others, especially when they judge me....especially because the only ones who ever bother to judge me, are online, and what's even more funny, is they judge me when I rarely mention ANYTHING about me.

Hell only 2 or so people here even know my REAL name, and one knows my actual age.

And aside from my general location, no one here knows anything about me.

Yet you seem to be able to magically claim that I can not pass even the astronaut screening.

Well of course I can't, but then I'm not 35 years old with 10 years of research under my belt....but I have plenty of time.

[Edited on 18-7-2003 by FreeMason]



posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 06:21 PM
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NASA EXPERIENCE: Colonel Cooper was selected as a Mercury astronaut in April 1959.

On May 15-16, 1963, he piloted the "Faith 7" spacecraft on a 22-orbit mission which concluded the operational phase of Project Mercury. During the 34 hours and 20 minutes of flight, Faith 7 attained an apogee of 166 statue miles and a speed of 17,546 miles per hour and traveled 546,167 statue miles.

Cooper served as command pilot of the 8-day 120-revolution Gemini 5 mission which began on August 21, 1965. It was on this flight that he and pilot Charles Conrad established a new space endurance record by traveling a distance of 3,312,993 miles in an elapsed time of 190 hours and 56 minutes. Cooper also became the first man to make a second orbital flight and thus won for the United States the lead in man-hours in space by accumulating a total of 225 hours and 15 minutes.

He served as backup command pilot for Gemini 12 and as backup commander for Apollo X.

Colonel Cooper has logged 222 hours in space.

He retired from the Air Force and NASA in 1970.



Straight from the NASA bio...seems

1.) you haven't got a clue what you're talking about,

and

2.) you're getting sloppy in your web searches prior to posting drivel.

Maybe you need a day off to hone your skills, FM.

I have NO problem admitting when you are wrong.



posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 06:36 PM
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No actually I pulled my info from the encyclopedia which mentions nothing of Gemini missions, it mentions his withdrawl and that's it.



posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 06:42 PM
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That's pretty awesome I'll have to admit, I had been wrong about his past, not even sure why this encyclopedia is so breif on his actual service...hmm oh well, pulling stuff off the top of my head can sometimes lead to false memories.


Scottish Rite 33 Degrees; York Rite Knight of the Purple Cross; DeMolay Legion of Honor


He also seems to be a brother of mine...so I doubt he'd like how you are trashing my past when your information about it is as wrong and full of holes as mine was about Gordo.



posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 06:43 PM
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Well, this thread took an amusing twist.



posted on Jul, 19 2003 @ 06:26 AM
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wow this thread filled up pretty quick lol thanks for all the info guys

Graham



posted on Jul, 19 2003 @ 07:55 AM
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Awww, looks like someone got punked down. I'll have to admit, i would trust any astronauts account to an average persons. Valhall, nice research.



posted on Jul, 21 2003 @ 09:01 PM
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Val,
Thanks for putting that stuff up about Gordo and Gemini...

Though I doubt all the stories about Armstrong and the aliens (as you can hear every moment of their flight on tape, should you want to spend the money)... it was, i believe, Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell who came back talking about a 'consciousness field' that he went-through near the moon. If you're looking for an apollo astronaut who experienced the paranormal, look in the direction of Mitchell.



posted on Jul, 21 2003 @ 09:40 PM
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Well, I doubt alien forces. NWO and the likes maybe, but not alien. Or maybe aliens using the NWO to do their dirty deeds. But doubt actual aliens were involved.



posted on Jul, 21 2003 @ 09:45 PM
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Yes, Edgar Mitchell has been very vocal and open about his beliefs. And I might point out no one seems to have silenced him...hmmm.

I believe Pete Conrad addressed this issue once in a manner that just can't be perfected. I'll have to paraphrase:

You're talking about a group of men who want to find intelligent life out there more than anybody else on the planet...and then you're accusing us of covering it up when we do! Get real! (Valhall rendition of the Conrad comments.)

Please don't take my words as "I don't believe anything has ever been covered up." I'm just saying that any theories that rely on the astronauts keeping this kind of secret is a pretty shakey theory.

[Edited on 22-7-2003 by Valhall]



posted on Jul, 21 2003 @ 10:36 PM
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Yep,

That sounds about right. I was just happy to see that you were the one who replied to FM first with the Gemini info...

So far as Mitchell goes, I believe that he has only talked about psychic type stuff, but never aliens... which is what I meant to say above.

Still, if Gordo says he saw a UFO on Gemini 5, I'm inclined to believe that he saw something... but whether he saw an alien ship or a satellite (which were still rare items in the mid-60s) has yet to be shown...



posted on Jul, 21 2003 @ 11:41 PM
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Some time we will talk about transmissions between orbit and mission control and the pathways that they take.

for now...I'm beat.



posted on Jul, 23 2003 @ 02:04 PM
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I don't see how Armstrong could have been warned off the moon by aliens as the moon landings were all filmed in a hanger at area 51.





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