Nixon's Apollo: Howard Hughes, Astronaut
December 24th will be Howard Hughes' official 'corporate' birthday; it's the birthday you will see in all the encyclopedias and news articles,
Hughes claimed his birthday was Christmas Eve, but according to his baptismal records he was actually born on the more mundane date of September
24. Source www.nndb.com...
Robert Maheu, ex-FBI, ex-CIA, second in control of Hughes Nevada operations, once said in this 2004 interview that Howard wanted to be
It's just an anecdote, for sure, but I believe that it will continue to bring back good dividends in the Nixon's Apollo
Maheu said some of the aerospace industry had its roots in Hughes Aircraft Company and that in the 1960s Howard Hughes gave the directions and ran
the show. He wanted to be an astronaut, Maheu said.
In the mid-1960s, when four-fifths of the world did not have the capability for instantaneous communications, a Hughes-built communications satellite
went into space and became the first vehicle of its type to create the information delivery system that now is often taken for granted, Maheu said.
This is the only quote I have ever found that indicates Howard Hughes wanted to be an astronaut. It may be right, it may be wrong, but I haven't seen
anyone seriously question 'Iron Bob' Maheu's integrity, remember, this is the guy who also told the HSCA about his involvement in the poison-pill plot
to kill Castro. Maheu would have been considered a hero by both Hughes and Richard Nixon.
I thought it would be fun to explore the idea that Howard Robard Hughes, Jr., as the surrogate astronaut for Apollo mission, the replacement
astronaut, was the man who flew to the moon instead of the public astronauts, and perhaps more than once.
Before I do that I wanted to make sure to explain (and remind) that this is the ATS Skunk Works
which allows and encourages a flagrant
disrespect for the official narratives. The official narratives say that NASA sent 9 manned missions to the moon. The Nixon's Apollo theory includes
Howard Hughes flying on one, some, or all of those manned Apollo lunar missions.
It seems like a long shot , I know yet, there are some compelling footnotes to the official Apollo narratives that include the timing of the Hughes
seclusion (1957-1972), the Nixon comeback (1968), the Elvis comeback (1968), the use of satellite technologies for propaganda (Apollo missions
1968-1972 and the Elvis Aloha TV Special, 1973), Hughes special ability as a movie producer/test pilot, Nixon's special ability for forming teams and
running clandestine projects, e.g. Operation 40 and Paperclip.
And I can tie this all together because Hughes and Nixon both wrote on yellow legal pads. The yellow legal pads are just a small, colorful anecdote
that adds to the cohesiveness of the theory (fingers crossed!)
Hughes paid John Wayne $750,000 to star in "The Conqueror" (1956)".
That production of that film has a backstory about radiation and cancer,
there are a lot of sources, just google John Wayne Conqueror Cancer and you should find a heap of sources regarding this controversy.
Richard Nixon screened "The Conqueror" (1956)" on August 7, 1971.
The Conqueror, along with Ice Station Zebra, is said to be one of the
films Hughes watched endlessly during his last years. Source en.wikipedia.org...(film)
The exterior scenes were shot on location near St. George, Utah, 137 miles (220 km) downwind of the United States government's Nevada National
Hughes later shipped 60 tons of dirt back to Hollywood in order to match the Utah terrain and lend verisimilitude to studio re-shoots. Source
The newspaper said that Apollo 12 brought back radioactive rocks. Howard Hughes could have got those rocks from the set of his movie, The Conqueror.
Here are those radioactive moon rocks I was talking about...
Maybe it wasn't just dirt that was shipped back to Hollywood... perhaps it was dirt and rocks
Another startling detail of the Apollo 12 mission is that mission Commander Pete Conrad took at least 3 Hasselblad cameras (7 total) to the moon BUT
you will not find any candid images of Pete Conrad's face in any of those 2,000+ Hasselblad 70mm camera images.
You will not find any candid
images of Dick Gordon's greasy pompadour hair-do. Nor will you find any pictures of Alan Bean. Apollo 12 took thousands of 70mm pictures but none of
each other, all the way to the moon and back. Remember, this is November of 1969. Richard Nixon is the president and Hughes is allegedly in seclusion
at the Desert Inn....
Pete Conrad may have brought these radioactive rocks from Utah, the home of the Mormons, which also happens to be a good connection to the Mormon
Mafia who surrounded and controlled Howard Hughes' life by drug abuse and neglect. All the way back to Hollywood, Romaine Street, Bill Gay and Nadine
Henley, both Mormons.
The past 42 years has been spent covering up for Nixon's Apollo.
edit on 12/24/2013 by SayonaraJupiter because: add paperclip