a reply to: InTheLight
No problem, I understand what happened. Let's try to approach Mae Brussell's work with an open, yet critical, mind.
I currently have an interest in the Apollo 11 moon landing and how it may or may not have been hoaxed. Oddly enough I was watching a couple of videos
on youtube regarding how some, if not most, reality shows are anything but real:
After watching these videos the youtube video recommendation algorithm made some interesting suggestions like:
(A documentary by the BBC nonetheless)
I thought it was odd that youtube would recommend such videos after watching several videos about supposed reality shows?
The reason I gave it a second thought is because, since I have been gangstalked, youtube would often make very "convenient" video recommendations not
just based on what I was watching but, what I was thinking and doing in the privacy of my own home! So, sometimes, the youtube algorithm or whoever
often tries to send messages to individuals through video recommendations, could this moon landing hoax video also be another message?
The BBC video was quite compelling and somewhat convincing.
1. TV networks were not allowed a direct feed of the alleged Live moon landing. They were only allowed to record from a projection screen at the NASA
control center. If the original video quality allegedly from the moon was not of the highest quality, the quality was further reduced by recording it
from a projection screen.
2. Neil Armstrong has never given an in depth interview about the moon landings to anyone, which in itself is odd.
By in depth, I would mean, more than a few minutes, say greater than 45 minutes.
3. There were only a few photographs taken on the moon:
4. Though they were able to take moon rovers, they somehow never thought of taking a telescope, of course specially designed to withstand the
temperature, atmospheric, and other variations on the moon. If they would have taken a telescope they could have seen farther and clearer than anyone
on earth could have, at the time.
5. Finally, the BBC, while searching for media from the Apollo 11 moon landings, received a very interesting video from NASA, dated July 18-20 1969.
The crew of Apollo 11 is seen "staging" their mission to the moon. The footage is in color and they are heard talking with ground control and a
"third" party, allegedly. Furthermore, they are seen manipulating the camera to make it appear as if they are farther from the earth than they really
If the entire mission was real, then why the staging, why go through the entire process of blocking out light in the lander and focusing the camera on
a round window to make it look as if they were farther than they really were? Also there is the problem of the date.
Let's say for whatever reason NASA wanted to test all their communications gear, or for some reason the astronauts wanted to test the low light
capabilities of their cameras, or some other reason. If the date is accurate then they would have been very close to the moon and we shouldn't have
seen the earth filling up the entire window as was seen here:
(The alleged moon landing occurred on July 20, 1969)
So maybe NASA made a mistake and the date is incorrect. Yet, this very same misleading footage was broadcast allegedly live to earth on those very
same dates and disseminated by worldwide TV, and radio networks.
Even if there is some reason why they used this footage, there is one problem with most of the earth videos and photographs, taken from inside the
lander, from these missions, it is a matter of proportion.
If indeed they were able to get past the Van Allen Belts, then they should have been able to simply point the camera out the window and see the Entire
earth lit by the sun. Yet, when they show these videos, from the lander, you can see only a portion of the earth, even when they supposedly zoom all
the way out. Not to mention if indeed it is even a distorted version of the entire earth, the relative size of cloud patterns and continents is all
They should have seen something like this:
Now what they saw depends on how far away they were, supposedly, and at what angle they viewed the earth relative to some reference point, say the
equator. Something like this:
Actually it is challenging to find actual, non-simulated, videos of the earth rotating as seen at a distance, not in earth orbit.
If indeed the videos of the earth we saw from the lander are accurate, then we should be able to correlate them to more recent videos of the earth
taken at a similar distance AND at different times. For if indeed Apollo 11 saw the entire earth outside of low earth orbit, at different times of our
earth day, and they took videos then we should be able to correlate how the earth looks at the exact same time as seen by the Galileo spacecraft.
This may explain why it is difficult to find videos of the earth rotating from a distance of about the moon. Aside from the fact that it would be 24
hours long, they could easily speed the video so we don't have to sit for an entire day.
People may say, well what about other images of the earth, taken at a distance during the moon landings? Well, it is possible to send unmanned
satellites and rovers to the moon, and they can take photographs or videos and transmit them to earth.
edit on 27-6-2016 by deloprator20000
because: (no reason given)