(In this book, published in 1953, Werner Von Braun described what it would take to go the moon. It is not feasible.)
I never took seriously the reports of the hoaxed
Apollo moon landing in July 1969
until Glen sent me this note Thursday.
"The moon landing is is essentially the adult version of Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy. What primarily motivates them is fear. But it is not the lie itself that scares people; it is what that lie says about the world around us and how it really functions. For if NASA was able to pull off such an outrageous hoax before the entire world, and then keep that lie in place for four decades, what does that say about the control of the information we receive?" Dave McGowan (1960-2015)
The article about the movie Hidden Figures is talking about John Glenn's first sub-orbital flight but it soon launches (pun intended) into the Apollo moon landings. Knowing what I now know, it is hard for me to sit back and not comment on yet another string of lies that most of the population has swallowed, hook, line, and sinker.
Even if the story of these young black women is true, it is all based on another whopper fed the American people, so therefore the importance of these women can be nothing more than a lie.
"Get the girl to check the numbers," said the astronaut. If she says the numbers are good, he told them, I'm ready to go."
Excuse me if I chuckle at the above statement, but again, if people would actually do the research and check the so called facts, they would see how quickly this whole "moon shot" thing is just one more of the enormous lies that has been fed to us by the government and their controlled lackeys in the mainstream media. Before you say, "oh here we go with the conspiracy crap", I will ask you to read a few words from our (thanks Operation Paperclip) most prized space guru, the man, the myth, the legend, Wernher von Braun, (below, left).
"It is commonly believed that man will fly directly from the earth to the moon, but to do this, we would require a vehicle of such gigantic proportions that it would prove an economic impossibility. It would have to develop sufficient speed to penetrate the atmosphere and overcome the earth's gravity and, having traveled all the way to the moon, it must still have enough fuel to land safely and make the return trip to earth. Furthermore, in order to give the expedition a margin of safety, we would not use one ship alone, but a minimum of three ... each rocket ship would be taller than New York's Empire State Building [almost Â¼ mile high] and weigh about ten times the tonnage of the Queen Mary, or some 800,000 tons." Wernher von Braun, the father of the Apollo space program, writing in Conquest of the Moon, 1953.
As you can see, the man who supposedly "got er done" himself stated going to the moon was an impossibility. This was even before the problem of the Van Allen belts severe radiation levels had to be dealt with .
If anyone here is truly curious about this subject, I am going to leave a link to the late Dave McGowan's series entitled "Wagging The Moon Doggie". It is a 131 page PDF file with a ton of information on the Apollo program I'm sure you have never heard, that is unless you have already read the series by Dave. If you are up for the red pill, click the link. If you opt for the blue pill disregard this transmission.
(Dave McGowan, 1960-2015)
"Anyway, a whole lot of people are extremely reluctant to give up their belief in the success of the Apollo missions. A lot of people, in fact, pretty much shut down at the mere mention of the Moon landings being faked, refusing to even consider the possibility (Facebook, by the way, is definitely not the best place to promote the notion that the landings were faked, in case anyone was wondering). And yet there are some among the True Believers who will allow that, though they firmly believe that we did indeed land on the Moon, they would have understood if it had been a hoax.
Given the climate of the times, with Cold War tensions simmering and anxious Americans looking for some sign that their country was still dominant and not technologically inferior to the Soviets, it could be excused if NASA had duped the world.
Such sentiments made me realize that the Moon landing lie is somewhat unique among the big lies told to the American people in that it was, in the grand scheme of things, a relatively benign lie, and one that could be easily spun. Admitting that the landings were faked would not have nearly the same impact as, say, admitting to mass murdering 3,000 Americans and destroying billions of dollars worth of real estate and then using that crime as a pretext to wage two illegal wars and strip away civil, legal and privacy rights.
And yet, despite the fact that it was a relatively benign lie, there is a tremendous reluctance among the American people to let go of the notion that we sent men to the Moon. There are a couple of reasons for that, one of them being that there is a romanticized notion that those were great years - years when one was proud to be an American. And in this day and age, people need that kind of romanticized nostalgia to cling to.
But that is not the main reason that people cling so tenaciously, often even angrily, to what is essentially the adult version of Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy. What primarily motivates them is fear. But it is not the lie itself that scares people; it is what that lie says about the world around us and how it really functions. For if NASA was able to pull off such an outrageous hoax before the entire world, and then keep that lie in place for four decades, what does that say about the control of the information we receive? What does that say about the media, and the scientific community, and the educational community, and all the other institutions we depend on to tell us the truth? What does that say about the very nature of the world we live in?"