Thursday, 28 June 2012

Hollow Moon

Think about and ponder this the next time you see an eclipse or look up at the moon....
The sun, our closest star, is 93,000,000 miles away from Earth while the moon is 232,500 miles away from Earth. Furthermore, the moon is 2,160 miles wide compared to the sun's 864,000 mile wide diameter. This equates to the sun being exactly 400 times bigger than the moon as well as the moon being exactly 400 times closer to the Earth than the sun. In addition, the moon's orbit is stationary, one side always facing the Earth. The far side of the moon is the lunar hemisphere that is permanently turned away from the Earth. As far as we know, it's the only natural satellite with such an orbit. "If the precise and stationary orbit of the moon is seen as sheer coincidence, is it also coincidence that the moon is at just the right distance from the Earth to completely cover the sun during an eclipse? While the diameter of the moon is a mere 2,160 miles against the sun's gigantic 864,000 miles, it is nevertheless in just the proper position to block out all but the the sun's flaming corona when it moves between the sun and the Earth. There is no astronomical reason why the moon and the sun should fit so well. It is the sheerest of coincidences, and only the Earth among all the planets is blessed in this fashion."--Alien Agenda
It's hard to believe we are the only planet in our solar system (that we know of) that experiences total solar eclipses considering Jupiter and Saturn have 63 and 61 moons, respectively, while Earth has only 1 moon.

There are many indications that the moon may be hollow. When NASA Apollo astronauts crashed their no-longer-needed lunar module (LM) into the lunar surface, the ultrasensitive seismic equipment, which is still there today, reverberated and "rang like a bell for hours." A hollow moon cannot be natural and must be artificial. We need a renewed interest in the origin of Earth's satellite, and its possible occupants.
Ever wonder why there was never an Apollo 18 and the manned moon missions suddenly ended in 1972? There's a reason we've never gone back to the moon.
"It has been found that there is little similarity between the composition of our world and the moon. The moon gives evidence of being much older than the earth and perhaps even our solar system. The moon's shell contains tough, refractory metals such as uranium 236 and neptunium 237, as well as near-pure titanium, used on earth in the construction of aircraft and space vehicles. Many people still recall watching our astronauts on TV as they vainly tried to drill through the crust of the moon maria. Their specially designed drills could only penetrate a few inches. Scientists were further startled to learn of rustproof iron particles in a soil sample from the Sea of Crisis. In 1976, the AP reported that the Soviets had announced the discovery of iron particles that 'do not rust' in samples brought back by an unmanned moon mission in 1970. Iron that does not rust is unknown in nature and well beyond present earth technology."--Jim Marrs
However, "in the courtyard of a temple in Delhi there exists a column made of welded iron parts that has been exposed to weathering for more than 4,000 years without showing a trace of rust. In addition it is unaffected by sulfur or phosphorus. Here we have an unknown alloy from antiquity staring us in the face."--Chariots of the Gods?
My hypothesis, and take in mind I understand this may sound like a far-fetched jump in logic, is that this unknown rustproof material was harvested from the moon by an advanced race of beings and used here on Earth.