posted on Oct, 18 2011 @ 03:37 PM
I just finished reading Ingo Swann's Penetration pdf and it was eye-opening in many ways.
I never considered the telescope paradigm Swann covers here, and it's true that telescopes affordable to the general public are vastly inferior, and
that was even more true in 1998.
The 'Dead Moon Dictum' really is dead for anyone that wants to research the topic. Swann points out many fallacies of the official story about the
Moon, much like the LunaCognita video series.
Ingo Swann, Alex Collier, Robert Morning Sky, LunaCognita..... perhaps I'm being one-sided with my recent research.
But then there are the comments that slip out of people like Buzz Aldrin and Edgar Mitchell, and an increasing amount of anomalies being spotted in
offical NASA footage and transcripts.
If our Earth is saturated with life, what are the chances that our nearest celestial neighbor is dead?