50 Years On – The Big Apollo Lie Still Survives

PQC: To me at least, It’s OK to lie about landing on the moon or the sun or whatever. This kind of lies would not hurt anyone but give people some good dream while on bed, and some laugh while having beer, coffee, or tea. We do not need to grill on these lies. Let’s them celebrate and laugh.

What we all must grill and demand the truth is the 911 in which not only 3000 (three thousands) Americans were murdered on that fateful day but since then millions of people in several other countries have been murdered by stupid jingoistic Americans, of whom ten of thousands have been killed.

Trillions dollars have been “wasted” on military industrial complex while millions citizens are struggling out of work and hundreds of thousands are homeless.

Let’s them lie about the Moon, the Mars , the Sun etc … But don’t ever let them get away with 911 crime!


By Ian Greenhalgh – July 20, 2019

by Ian Greenhalgh

Maybe man has visited the moon, but one thing is certain – he did not do it in the way we were told, inside a flimsy tin can riding atop a giant firework.

Anyone with the capacity for rational thought can find so many holes in the official story that it becomes ludicrous, not least because all of the photographs and films purporting to have been shot on the lunar surface are completely fake, shot on Earth using a sound stage, performers on wires and sophisticated projection screen techniques.

Utterly fake – shot on Earth and then crudely manipulated. Sadly it took until the advent of modern digital imaging decades later to expose such frauds.

Globally, many never believed the big lie, not least because trusting anything the USA says had become a fool’s errand. However, to Americans it is a different matter, a thing of intense pride; therefore many of them, despite being otherwise rational and somewhat intelligent, continue to insist they did put a man on the moon in 1969.

It’s an argument I have had with Americans and have always ended up with the same dead-end as they can only offer farcical defences such as ‘but I saw the rocket take off’ or ‘hundreds of thousands of people worked on the Apollo program, so if it never happened, we would know’.

Yeah, right, how do you know if the rocket went to the Moon or just to earth orbit? A lot of people and companies worked on it, sure, but each only worked on one tiny part of the whole, the endeavour was so highly compartmentalised that only a handful inside NASA knew the truth; so what if your dad machined the wing nuts for some part of the rocket, that only means he knows about wing nuts, but tells you nothing about the rest of the programme.

Is this the craft that landed Armstrong & Aldrin on the lunar surface or is it a prop made from cardboard and held together with bits of tape?

You see, Americans just had to have something to be proud of, to cling to as a remnant of national pride. They had virtually nothing else to be proud of back in 1969, just over 6 years since they lost their country to foreign control when the last real president had his head blown off. A nation wracked with social unrest, drug abuse and pervasive racism, a whole generation was disenfranchised; a country that was engaged in a hugely derided war in Vietnam that was little short of genocide using banned weapons against farmers.

The USA needed a morale boost badly and the powers that be chose to make the fulfillment of JFK’s promise to put a man on the moon before the end of the decade the boost to morale so sorely needed. That is why they chose to have the entire process of landing on and then exploring the lunar surface shot on a Earth-bound soundstage – so they could obtain the morale boost though fair means or foul, regardless of whether or not they actually succeeded in the lunar mission.

How the audience saw the moon landing in 1969 – easy to get away with fakery when the image quality is this bad.

Of course, they didn’t foresee that decades later, high resolution digital imagery would make their fake photos and films all too obviously bogus; at the time, TV was 400 lines of black and white and newspaper images were low quality, composed of a pattern of black dots. Therefore the fakery was good enough for the technology of the day, not least because NASA restricted coverage of the Apollo 11 landing by only providing a tiny black and white monitor at which all the globe’s TV cameras had to be pointed rather than providing a proper video feed. Small wonder they got away with showing a prerecorded movie of a faked landing when the viewers had to squint at such a low quality rendering.

21st century technology means NASA’s fakery is now laid bare for all to see clearly.

So, what do we actually know for sure about the Apollo Programe? We know they launched a few rockets, we know they spent a huge sum of money, we know they faked all the photos and films and have lost or destroyed the telemetry tapes and other important data.

Ultimately though, we really don’t know much else, we don’t know if man set foot on the moon or not, NASA has simply not provided proof and has been caught out in too many lies to ever be trustworthy.

All this leaves us asking one big, overriding question – why did they put on such a large and costly hoax? The unavoidable answer is that they are hiding something, something very big, something that is worth spending billions of dollars to conceal. But what could it be?

Some have suggested to me that the real mystery of Apollo is that they suddenly cancelled the Programme with missions still to be flown and no satisfactory explanation. Of these people, some have gone a step further to suggest that the astronauts encountered aliens on the Moon and that NASA was warned off, told to not come back and that is why Apollo was cancelled. It also explains why we were shown fake photos and films – to hide the truth of what is really on the moon and what the astronauts encountered.

I personally do not believe this theory fully explains things. It does not explain how the astronauts survived the intense radiation encountered in the Van Allen belts and also outside the Van Allen belts – those belts protect Earth from a whole host of nasties such as cosmic rays and various form of ionising radiation, so maybe it is the case that with the technology of 1969, it simply was not possible to send a living organism out of Earth orbit and into outer space, beyond the protective shield of the Van Allen belts.

Then there are all the bits of rock flying around at immense velocities, even a tiny one would penetrate the thin un-armoured hull of an Apollo craft, go right through and come out the other side, just imagine what would happen if a baseball-sized one came along, it would be curtains for the astronauts within a few seconds, killed by explosive decompression.

So egregiously huge are the holes in the NASA story that one simply has to turn to the esoteric for possible answers. By esoteric I mean technologies that the public is only aware of through fiction like Star Trek – electromagnetic shielding to protect from the radiation, deflectors to ward off the interstellar debris, artificial gravity generators and exotic propulsion methods immensely more advanced than Apollo’s chemical rockets.

Such technologies may well exist, in fact, they may have existed for many decades, perhaps even before JFK made his speech about putting a man on the moon. The implications of this are immense, for it means that all the burning of oil and fossil fuels, all the internal combustion engines and jet turbines that have polluted our planet so badly, all of it, should never have happened, that the oil-based economy is a complete sham and technologically, we should have been able to solve almost all of mankind’s major problems by now.

Apollo cost billions, which, to me, means that the secret it was devised to conceal must be worth whole magnitudes more, trillions at least, perhaps quadrillions, quintillions, pick a truly immense number.

What could be worth such astronomical figures? What could justify spending billions to conceal?

I shall give you my theory in a follow-up piece, make sure to keep an eye out for it as it’s going to be one of, if not the most, significant things I have ever written about.