Is Everything We Think We Know About The Moon Wrong?

Of course we all know that he moon isn’t made of green cheese. However, everything else you think you know about the earth’s one and only satellite, could be completely wrong!

The moon has been at the center of “conspiracy theories” for decades, from the well-known theory that we never actually landed there to some lesser known ones, like this one, related by Colonel Ross Dedrickson, who was responsible for maintaining the inventory of the nuclear weapon stockpile for the United States.

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Shortly before his passing, he told the world that the US tried to detonate atomic weapons on the Moon for scientific purposes, measurements and whatnot and that this project was halted by extraterrestrials, who would not allow us to detonate any nuclear weapons in space.  These were some interesting comments because he is one of the hundreds of high ranking military people who have alluded to such things.

Then, we have remote viewers from the STARGATE program, who say they have “seen” strange structures and humanoid creatures on the Moon.

There is even a Wikileaks document that claims the US built a base on the Moon, decades ago.

Multiple whistleblowers have also spoken of strange structures on the Moon, and it’s become so obvious, that some academicians are trying to do what they can to bring attention to it. For example, there was a recently published a paper in the Journal of Space Exploration about certain features on the far side of the Moon that appear in the crater Paracelsus C. “Image Analysis of Unusual Structures on the Far Side of the Moon in the Crater Paracelsus C.” It argues that these features might be artificial in origin, meaning someone other than a human being built them and put them there.

The list is long, and the idea that somebody else is on the moon is nothing new, even the Deputy Manager for the Clementine Mission to the moon in 1995 said it was really a photo reconnaissance mission to check out structures on the far side of the Moon that he believed were not put there by humans.

But among all of the strange theories about what may, or may not be on the moon, comes this theory that says the moon may not be anything like we have been taught to believe it is.

Rather than a solid celestial object around a central core, there is a current theory that the moon is nothing more than a hollow ball.

Jim Mars, in his book, Our Occulted History, said, “Perhaps strangest of all the anomalies are the many indications that the moon may be hollow. Studies of moon rocks indicate that the moon’s interior differs from the Earth’s mantle in ways suggesting a very small core or none at all. A 1962 study found the interior of the moon to be less dense than that of the exterior…”

In 1962 Gordon MacDonald, a NASA scientist, published a study that stated, “Indeed, it would seem that the Moon is more like a hollow than a homogeneous sphere.”

According to MIT’s Sean C. Solomon, “The Lunar Orbiter experiments vastly improved our knowledge of the Moon’s gravitational field…indicating the frightening possibility that the Moon might be hollow.”

Still, there are others that believe the moon aligns so precisely between the earth and the sun, so as to have the exact perfect gravitational effect on our tides, that it could not have possibly been placed into such an exacting orbit “accidently” and had to be purposely put on its trajectory by “someone.”


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