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200,000 Year Old Statue Found On Moon

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posted on May, 6 2009 @ 06:49 AM

posted by Gawdzilla
There's another possibility. It's just fabricated stories to amuse people. If I were a betting man I'd put money on that one.

Yep agreed what you say is most likely true.But lets for the sake of argument that the sculpture is from the moon and you didn't want anyone to know the truth about it. Wouldn't the best place hide that fact would be to place that story in one of less reputable magazine/Newspaper/Website. And thereby doing so no other serious news outlet would touch the story with a barge pole.

And the reason I think they do that is if NASA where to be found out they could in all seriousness say we did publish our findings in WWN or the National Inquirer "It's not our fault no one believed us!" That would give them plausible deniability. And let's just say this is true it would be the biggest story for the last one hundred years. So something of that nature would easily have the highest classification. And one one of the highest classifications is "Hide out in plain sight". So it might stand to reason that they might pull such a stunt too prempt any big mouth disclosing .


posted on May, 6 2009 @ 06:53 AM
reply to post by JanusFIN

What are the dimensions of that crop circle?
It looks huge?

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:16 AM
reply to post by warrenb

Well that's a statue of the Sumerian goddess Ishtar.


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posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:17 AM
reply to post by Essan

yea but there's a lot of stuff that i bet nasa and other government related agentcies that wouldn't tell us things until 50 years have gone past and then they say there was a leak 2 the press and that they either have no comment or they say it's not true

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:20 AM

Originally posted by Stormdancer777
reply to post by warrenb

Well that's a statue of the Sumerian goddess Ishtar.

Actually, it's a carving. And it's a fraud, photoshopped. The source is a supermarket tabloid that has ceased print and gone to Web only.

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:23 AM
reply to post by fooffstarr

It isn't debunking. It is called thinking and common sense.

Hilarious, hats off to you, best statement EVER!

You are sat there, utterly convinced and shouting from the roof tops that this is a hoax, such an obvious hoax because of the source and you slam people for lack of common sense? Brilliant! No proof, severe lack of evidence, yet it is obviously a hoax, ofc.

Let's just get a few things clear, could very well be bollocks, god knows WWN doesn't have the best reputation, but I could find you many articles from them which are 'true' aswell, ATS has some bogus stories (maybe this one?) does that detract from the rest of information on here?

As someone said, blind skepticism is as bad as blind faith and whats funny about it, is that it's the skeptics that are laughing at 'the oh so foolish' believer's, not even seeing their own hypocracy, I swear, it's like a Benny Hill sketch.

This is not just to you, so don't take it personally, it's just that you where 'the final straw, to break the donkey's back' so to speak.

So how about we accept that this could be a haox and could be real, and just wait for confirmation?

HA, who am I kidding, this needs to be judged and filed away in 'HOAX' part of the brain so we can carry on with our lives.


posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:30 AM
In my opinion... it's a hoax. Something just doesn't add up with the story. The only reason I could ever possibly believe the story is true.... is that this dr. what's his face is supposedly an expert from nasa it's self..

If it's real.. then I don't know what to think...

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:34 AM
reply to post by warrenb

Wow - that is awesome! What a perfect image carved into the rock!

It is a beautiful image too!

GREAT FIND! Thank you for bringing this to us!

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:48 AM
Authentic moonrock came to earth 40 years ago. Someone with a little creativity chips an angel form into it. Now we have an advanced civilization that was on the moon. Next!

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:53 AM
reply to post by fooffstarr

Yes, but when supplying important information when investigating a subject, do the debunking with kindness,

Another thing, one should really do a thorough job of debunking and investigating their own topics before posting them, well as much as humanly possible that is.

BTW there was an ancient Babylonian Votaress named Adda-guppi’ who was priestess at the temple of moon god lord Sin, it is said , he left the city in disgust and went to the moon/heavens,


Col. I

1. I (am) the lady Adda-guppi’, mother
2. of Nabium-na’id, king of Babylon,
3. votaress of the gods Sin, Nin-gal, Nusku, and Sadarnunna, my deities
5. who, from my childhood, have sought after
6. their godheads. Whereas in the i6th year of Nabopolassar,
7. king of Babylon, Sin, king of the gods, with his city
8. and his temple was angry and went up to heaven-the city and
9. the people that (were) in it went to ruin.

10. (Now) forasmuch as the shrines of Sin, Nin-gal, Nusku,
11. and Sadarnunna I sought after and was worshipper of their godhead,
12. (and) that I laid hold on the hem of the robe of Sin, king of the gods, night and daytime
13. I had ever in mind his great godhead@aily, without ceaSing,
14. of Sin, gamag, Igtar, and Adda, so long as I am alive,
15. I (am) their votaress (both) in heaven and earth. My blesSings,
16. the goodly things which they gave me, I (too) by day, night, month, and year, gave (back) to them.
17. I laid hold on the hem of the robe of Sin, king of the gods, night and daytime
18. my two eyes were with him, in prayer and humility of face
19. was I bowed before them (and) thus (I prayed), " May thy return

20. to thy city be (vouchsafed) to me, that the people, the black-headed,
21. may worship thy great godhead." For calming
22. the heart of my god and my goddess, a dress of fine wool, jewels,
23- silver, gold, a new shift, perfumes, sweet oil,
24. 1 applied not to my body, (but in) a torn shift
25- I went clothed, my goings-out were noiseless, I proclaimed
26. their praises : the glory of my city and of my goddess
27. was (ever) set in my heart, I kept watch upon them,
28. anything good of mine I did not omit, but carried it (ever) before them.
29. From the 2oth year of Assurbanipal, king of Assyria, that I was born (in)

30. until the 42nd year of Assurbanipal, the 3rd year of Asur-etillu-ili,
31 .his son, the 2 I St year of Nabopolassar, the 43rd year of Nebuchadrezzar,
32. the 2nd year of Awel-Marduk, the 4th year of Neriglissar,
33. in 95 years of the god Sin, king of the gods of heaven and earth,
34. (in) which I sought after the shrines of his great godhead,
35. (for) my good doings he looked upon me with a smile
36. he heard my prayers, he granted my saying, the wrath
37. of his heart calmed. Towards E-hul-hul the temple of Sin
38. which (is) in Harran, the abode of his heart’s delight, he was reconciled, he had
39. regard. Sin, king of the gods, looked upon me and

40. Nabu-na’id (my) only son, the issue of my womb, to the kingship
41. he called, and the kingship of Sumer and Akkad
42. from the border of Egypt (on) the upper sea even to the lower sea
43. all the lands he entrusted hither
44. to his hands. My two hands I lifted up and to Sin, king of the gods,
45. reverently with imploration [(I prayed) thus, " Nabu-na’id
46. (my) son, offspring of my womb, beloved of his mother,]

I always loved this story, it is fact these are real people.

Sin the king of all the gods said the gods would return because of her faithfulness, and so made her son Nabonidus king.

So the question is who were the gods?

Where did they go?

And where did they come from?

So no topic is with out merit. en&ei=joMBSv22L4q-M8bc0N4H&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=7#PPA81,M1


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posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:54 AM
Simply astounding! took my breath away. It will be interesting to see what the ms media and scientific community have to say. I've been waiting for something like this. After years of burning my eyes out looking for anomalies on the moon and Mars this just pops up!! Awesome. I can't wait to here what John Lear thinks about this. Peace out

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:57 AM
reply to post by seangkt

I don't know if anyone answered this (I only read the first 5 pages), so if someone did, sorry.

That Morris Charles died in 1922, so I think it's not the same.

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:57 AM

Originally posted by Gawdzilla

Originally posted by Stormdancer777
reply to post by warrenb

Well that's a statue of the Sumerian goddess Ishtar.

Actually, it's a carving. And it's a fraud, photoshopped. The source is a supermarket tabloid that has ceased print and gone to Web only.

I was talking about the other pictures on the page

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 07:57 AM
Can a mod please give this hoax tags. people are still rolling up thinking it's real, when it's quite blatently not. WWN is a satire site.

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 08:14 AM
Clearly Photoshopped by an amateur. The pixelation is off by a bit. plus there is a faint glow around the statue. Save the pic to photobucket then zoom in. You will see the statue more cleatly than you see anything else.

Plus common sense. If your holding something from space that is supposably that important she would;
A) be wearing an EV-suit.
B) If not the suit. Then at least a face mask.

But the biggest giveaway. Batboy. -sighs- I give up on them.

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 08:27 AM

Geologist Dr. Morris Charles revealed last week that NASA lab workers chipped the angel from one of the rocks brought to Earth
I think the article debunked itself
I was all excited at first now i dont know what to think
this would be a good way to leak TRUE info.

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 08:30 AM
This is why I've walked away from ATS in recent months... Where are the MODS to delete this stupid story? Why have I not been given MOD status to delete this stupid story as I would have done instantly upon reading the true source of the information. MODS?

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posted on May, 6 2009 @ 08:49 AM
I'm with you TheExaminer.....
If ya'll believe this story.....well then your gonna LOVE this.....see, yesterday, when I was walking on Mars, I found what appears to be an ancient barbie doll-like artifact and smells like it's about 500,000 years old to me. That WAAAY trumps an angel thing in some moon rock thats only 200,000 yrs old pffft. Oh and just this morning.......some lady down the street from where I live gave birth to a two headed chupacabra, the thing of the heads looks just like a grey.....

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 08:54 AM
I have always thought that one of the main reasons that the governments of the world did not admit to the presence of EBE's on our planet was because of the religous implications.

Know, it stikes me that this article is blatently trying to address these issues

"Perhaps they had a Jesus of their own, proving that the important spiritual principles are, in a very literal sense, universal,”

Is someone trying to keep the religous people happy? Do they need the religous community to think that religon is universal just to keep them in tow?

I dont know, what do you guys think?

posted on May, 6 2009 @ 09:03 AM
Don't know what to think other than I would like to see this supposed statue first hand. Also the pic in the article looks nothing like an angel IMO not sure why they would even suggest that it is. Very interesting if this is indeed true but I am highly doubtful as if it were I think the media would be all over this like a fly on poop. Pardon the pun.

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