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Secret Moon Bases ?

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posted on May, 9 2009 @ 05:36 PM
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excellent stuff!

I have found a few things on the old LO pics myself that haven't been posted here - I'll get round to it soon.

The amount of threads on the moon ruins/bases/anomalies should be enough to confirm to anyone there IS something more than we have been told that is up there - and NASA employees should resign now that help to hide this stuff.

What ever happened to those OTHER countries that have yet to show their booty of pictorial evidence? I'm starting to believe that maybe whoever owns the moon has scared the crap out of whoever goes up there


wZn




posted on May, 9 2009 @ 05:58 PM
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posted on May, 9 2009 @ 06:04 PM
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After doing further research... My previous post sounds a bit stupid! My bad
Will try and find some more info or possibly some more images!



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 05:33 AM
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NASA is currently testing inflatable habitat stations, but i sure do wonder if they have ever tested any on the Moon yet ?



images.google.com...






posted on May, 10 2009 @ 05:45 AM
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In the John Lear moon thread, there were some excellent images of what appear to be segments that we commonly see associated and illustrated as part of theoretical moon bases.

The fact that there were so many and all of the same shape and size is indicative of something other than natural formations. Their spacing is also quite interesting.

That most of them were standing vertical as opposed laying lengthwise on the surface is also evidence that they were manipulated at some point/placed there - as opposed to being the end result of some yet unknown geological process or previously undocumented, unidentifiable (and repeating) inertial anomalies.

Mikesingh or others,

Do you know which images I am referencing?

If any of you do, could you please post them here if you find them - they are a very good example


Kudos to whoever originally located them.


Edit:

If anyone thinks ATS members have crazy ideas, I recommend you spend some time at the Lunar & Planetary Institute (they also let a lot of things 'slip' that you would never hear from NASA):

Lunar & Planetary Institute

Check also the Space Studies Institute -Some interesting concepts are on this page of that site spacestudiesinstitute.wordpress.com...

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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 06:33 AM
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more strange anomaly's















posted on May, 10 2009 @ 06:46 AM
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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 07:23 AM
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Do you know which images I am referencing?


ok you posted a video from Disney world then you brought up John Lear and now your asking other people to post things from his thread in this one ?...dude what's up with all that ?


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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 07:36 AM
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*You should just put me on ignore and save yourself the bother.

I'll be continuing to post all sorts of theories, research, images and links here maybe even youtube videos


...

What did you think of the rest of my last post? Was it not a valid contribution?

Can you provide any answer to the question that I asked in that post? (with regards to the images I made query about)

Did you visit the links to the Lunar & Planetary Institute and Space Studies Institute?

*You should visit those links - I posted them because of their relevance. They are legitimate academic institutions.


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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 07:46 AM
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no i am not putting anyone on ignore, and yes i could post those images if i wanted to but those pictures are from the John Lear Moon thread.

and yes thank you for the links , i will check them out






posted on May, 10 2009 @ 11:02 AM
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I am not going to repost the images, as it seems to upset the OP for some reason. However, if you are interested they can be found here:

www.thelivingmoon.com...



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 11:36 AM
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I've flagged quite a few of your recent threads, they've been interesting. These 'Moon Base' threads always revolve around images, hearsay and differences of interpretation. They always fade out as various members realize that nobody's opinion is changing and leave the thread.

Armap, Phage, Nablator, Weedwhacker and others rebutt one image after another and provide tifs to support their points. Conversely, Zorgon, Burns, Watchzeitgeist and others insist that it's all a NASA cover up and that a conspiracy prevents us knowing 'the truth.'


I tend to disagree with the idea that there are human bases on the Moon. 'Shadow Govts', back-engineered recovered alien tech, partnerships with aliens etc. 'Mining operations?!' One guy's 'transient lunar phenomena' is another's 'mining operation.' Finding some ancient remnants of an intelligent presence on the Moon would be fantastic and possibly the least damaging way to confirm ET intelligence. The classic Arthur C Clarke or Ben Bova scenario
So far, there's nothing compelling to encourage belief that there are bases up there...just differences of interpretation...

Regarding Sgt Karl Wolfe, his was one of the less convincing accounts on the Disclosure Project film. He's essentially said nothing of any significance. There are several criticisms about his terminology and description of events also. Disclosure Project amazed me the first couple of times I watched it. It reignited an old interest in UFOs...sadly, it appears that several 'witnesses' should have been left on the cutting room floor...



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 11:38 AM
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This is one of the subjects that brought me here to ATS. Let's say there are bases on the moon. If they are our world governments base's then it is one hell of a cover-up.

But say they are alien, or even better ancient alien. Now imagine our government releasing and confirming this as true. Perceptions all around the world would shift in an instant. It would free up our thinking in a manner that anything is possible. Personal ego's would shatter as we realized that we don't have absolute control. Unity may even flourish and spread like wildfire.

What a beautiful thought. It makes me feel all warm inside.


...and to think if it were true, ATS members are ahead of the curve.


Oh and good work easynow. Star and Flag.


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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 11:48 AM
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Originally posted by The Killah29
I'd say they are ailen. Reptillian, to be precise.


And the thread goes off the rails in a single bound.



One thing that makes me think about these images etc, is that if they are indeed structures, they seem to serve no purpose, and infact, appear very shoddy for what one would assume to be highly intelligent beings.

It makes it hard to really consider it beyond being - at least to me - what it on face value appears to be. Badly composited images, from low resolution long rage images of a rock in space that has for it's entire existence been bombarded with debris from every angle of the solar system.

Still, good thread...

Now please, smudged moon images is evidence of space reptiles with brains, HOW?



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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 11:54 AM
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Originally posted by WonkoTheSane I know that back in the 1960's and 70's our photographic technology wasn't the greatest


Actually, it was ingenious at the least.

History of photographic fakery

Some of the examples are nothing short of amazing, given there was no photoshop or anything other than human artistry.

(how in gods name do I edit this post to read properly... sheesh)


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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 01:30 PM
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Originally posted by Kandinsky
Armap, Phage, Nablator, Weedwhacker and others rebutt one image after another and provide tifs to support their points.


That's the least they could do...


Zorgon, BFFT, Mikesingh and the rest of the Pegasus Research Consortium members have went as far as to fund a website to host the propensity of evidence, articles and technical data they have amassed over the years.

*I have yet to see any ATS debunkers organize and do likewise.

The folks at thelivingmoon.com are to be commended for their efforts; which have yet to be matched by the debunkers they face-off against on ATS.



Cheers !!!


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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 01:56 PM
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Fair point, and Living Moon is an interesting site despite John Lear. When I first found it, I probably spent a day reading everything on it in amazement. It's a good site whatever objections I have to its outlook


Armap, Phage, Nablator, Weedwhacker et al represent accepted scientific understanding of subjects like the Moon and alleged bases up there. In that sense, they don't need a dedicated website when the vast majority of sources support their rational explanations. Nearly every academic and science site is a 'skeptic' site.

By the by, it's subjective, but I haven't seen a thread yet that hasn't been improved by a reasonable (not the arrogant, dismissive) 'skeptic' post. They are in the minority, but you and the 'Zorgons' would miss them if they weren't here. You know it too! They make the lazier believers raise the bar and keep the well-informed believers on their toes. It's all grist to the mill...



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 02:21 PM
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Which Apollo mission was this? How come the radioman is using dial up to get online? This doesn't look real to me is this a hoax?. I think I've seen a picture of that base or whatever they were dropping flares on. Seriously I believe I have seen that picture of the base before. Thanks for the post it was fun to watch especially after all the other things I've been looking at.



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 02:44 PM
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While I am skeptical of alien and man made bases on the moon, I do find these threads to be fascinating. Why would NASA airbrush a photograph of a small portion of the moon? The idea should be to leave it all open so amateur selenologists can study them.

I am not a fan of Lear or Hoagland, and I question someone who claims a friend showed him such highly classified pictures. That would be a crime in the military, and he is admitting to committing a felony by looking at such classified information.



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 04:01 PM
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Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
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I am not going to repost the images, as it seems to upset the OP for some reason. However, if you are interested they can be found here:

www.thelivingmoon.com...


i would not be upset at all if someone posted any images of the Moon in this thread. posting a fake Disney video and asking other members to repost pictures is certainly some strange activity.

i still don't see the Relevance of the fake video and there is already someone asking about it. there is enough to weed through with this subject already and adding fake or hollywood fantasy to the mix here is not going to help any...... would you agree with that ?





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