reply to post by N3k9Ni
I have your answer and it ain't pretty.......
As regards Apollo's Annals of Fraudulence, you N3k9Ni are directly participating in an historic event. Can you spell S C A M ? This is flat out
First to answer your question. House does write in his book that he achieved a "surgical cure" as regards Alan's Shepard's Meniere's disease.
But before official story enthusiasts get too excited, let me say, the news from here gets VERY VERY VERY VERY BAD BAD BAD BAD.
I'll be brief. In the book, House claims not only did he cure Shepard of his vertigo, but he cured his Meniere's Disease associated hearing
problem too. According to House, Meniere's Disease had left Alan Shepard with a 40dB hearing loss. After the surgery, his hearing returned to
normal, and as a matter of fact, Berry invited House to speak with Shepard from cislunar space 230,000 away, and Shepard made a point to let House
know he was listening to him by way of his Meniere's ear.
For official story apologists, the news could not be any worse as regards William House's own writing on the subject of this affair. Then(1960s),
as now(2012), shunt surgery of the type performed on Alan Shepard by William House was was not and is not and cannot be associated in any sense with
the effecting of a hearing loss cure. This simply does not occur and is clear evidence of lying and Apollo fraudulence.
I feel bad for House. I do not believe him to be a fraud insider, though despite the great man's prodigious talents in the OR, he must be one of the
most gullible people on the planet. That said, perhaps I would forget my head were big shots like Alan Shepard sucking up to me. It is rather
disgusting though, I think, to say the least.
We in the medical community know you cannot restore someone's hearing function with a shunt procedure, and so the story about Alan Shepard and
Charles Berry and William House may be officially once and for all pronounced as full on, full fledged BOGUS!!!!
In a very real sense, this is indeed sensational news, this discovery. Though it will undoubtedly languish for some time here in the electronic realm
of forums like this, treading water more or less. But make no mistake, it is beyond devastating as regards its impact/significance on the Apollo
What happened ? I presume Shepard had the surgery and after it was over, Berry and the other flight surgeons told House that as time went on , they
discovered Shepard's hearing returned to 100% and his vertigo went away completely. Of course this cannot be real in any way. The surgery could not
fix Shepard's hearing so we know for sure Alan Shepard and Charles Berry lied about this AND ! that Alan Shepard never went to the moon.
This, an elegant and vacuum sealed proof of the Apollo fraud.
There is one alternative that I believe unlikely and would rather not consider in any sense, but nevertheless should mention, and that is that House
was actively complicitous in all of this. Not that he knew Apollo was fraudulent, but Berry/Shepard may have gone to House and said, "We really want
Alan to fly. He has this diagnosis. Just back us up on this Bill. If anyone asks you about it, do us a favor and say Alan's cured. He is our best
pilot, we need you to say all is OK so we can actually use him. You know the risk of an attack is going to be minimal Bill. blah blah blah".
This my friends is an amazing discovery.