Originally posted by smurfySlightly off topic, but not completely, has anyone been using their Google Earth/Moon? I've just noticed that
it has nasa/usgs/jaxa/selene layers on it now. There are some very clear pics around Titov, but it's difficult to home into any area in particular.
I'm assuming it is some kind of alpha version, as there are cliches when you zoom in with white pixels popping up in dark areas of craters. It's not
finer detail showing up, one crater has a flying 'V' inside it with perfect symmetry. Any Ideas?
I hear you smurfy. There is something
up there. I think the main purpose of Google Moon will help the general public to understand that
lunar information has been sanitized for 50 years. Certain factions of the political and religious elite have gained the upper hand by doing this.
Now that foreign countries and commercial entities are heading toward the moon via a New Race To The Moon
I think we are getting closer to
finding out what is really up there.
Remember when the Apollo 8 crew read from the book of Genesis on Christmas 1968? It served 2 purposes:
1. First, it was a direct response to Communist/Athiest Russia... in fact,
Some sources have claimed that Gagarin commented during the flight, "I don't see any God up here." However, no such words appear in the verbatim
record of his conversations with Earth-based stations during the spaceflight. In a 2006 interview, Gagarin's friend Colonel Valentin Petrov stated
that the cosmonaut never said such words, and that the quote originated from Nikita Khrushchev's speech at the plenum of the Central Committee of the
CPSU about the state's anti-religion campaign, saying "Gagarin flew into space, but didn't see any god there."
With this example we can clearly see how religion and political ideology have dominated space exploration from the very beginning.
2. Secondly, Apollo was a religious cult programme designed specifically for Christianized western audiences. The average pedestrian in 1968-1969
timeframe got his information from the TV or from newspapers. The average pedestrian can easily be programmed by doctrines of faith, namely religious
and mythological storytelling. Therefore it is reasonable to conclude that religion and space exploration were co-mingled in order to present the
overtone of an heroic expedition on a cosmic scale .... "men landing on the moon".
Really I think that Google Moon is part of a disclosure. There are many factions presently involved. Google Moon is a step forward for disclosure.
What that disclosure is...... welll......... that will be a big thread!
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