posted on Mar, 26 2011 @ 09:02 AM
Originally posted by karen61057
Originally posted by AOA2012
Originally posted by AdamsMurmur
The moon is also hollow. When one of the Apollo mission
craft (forget which one) landed, the astronauts said that the whole moon rang like a bell.
Originally posted by mesle123
reply to post by Teeky
It was 5:50 am when I heard this sound. I at first thought it was a tornado. I got up and looked around outside, there was no wind, acually it was
very still, no sound atall but the noise. Freaked me out, lasted about 10 minutes.
They say their is an alien base on the other side of the moon. I never knew that at any one time from the earth you only ever see one side of the
moon. It's the earth that rotates not the moon. I wouldn't discount what u saw.
Indeed, actually the first flight to the moon, they tried to use explosives to get samples form the moon's surface but instead, they hit metallic
material. Some astronauts who have been to the moon claim they were approached by ET's and they told them to leave and never come back.
They told us to leave and never come back???? WTF, Its OUR MOON not theirs??? Or is it their craft?
how can it be ours more than anyone elses?
Just beacause it spins around earth, doesnt make it "ours".
Hey, even the earth itself isnt ours. ´Were just lucky to be here
Stories of the moon being holow, or even a spacecraft isnt that far fetched.
Why hasnt the moon got a bigger significance in the old civilisations? I mean, its just as big as the sun (from our point of view) ...it should
(logicly) been labeled as the suns counterpart in every ancient religion, unless:
1. It wasnt there until later. And later, like a car parked in its parking lot.
2. Our "gods" (the annunaki) explaind just what it is (or isnt) and therefor somehow lost its significance.
Any thoughts on this?
Also...the moon has been "disappearing" for people since after the supermoon. On the night of the 20th here it was completely gone. And NO clouds.
Just gone. poof.
Talked to a friend the next day, he lives 15 miles from me. From his point of view it was there, big and shiny, just like it should
really really f***ing weird, I tell you.