TED Fellow Carrie Nugent is an asteroid hunter — part of a group of scientists working to discover and catalog our oldest and most numerous cosmic neighbors. Why keep an eye out for asteroids? In this short, fact-filled talk, Nugent explains how their awesome impacts have shaped our planet, and how finding them at the right time could mean nothing less than saving life on Earth.
Some of the Podesta leaks include information about UFOs and extraterrestrials in the form of private emails.
One in particular was from Apollo 14 astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, and it reads as follows:
Because the War in Space race is heating up, I felt you should be aware of several factors as you and I schedule our Skype talk.
Remember, our nonviolent ETI from the contiguous universe are helping us bring zero point energy to Earth.
They will not tolerate any forms of military violence on Earth or in space.
The following information in italics was shared with me by my colleague Carol Rosin, who worked closely for several years with Wernher von Braun before his death.
Carol and I have worked on the Treaty on the Prevention of the Placement of Weapons in Outer Space, attached for your convenience.
You can read the rest of the email straight from Wikileaks here, and also download the documents attached on the website.
In the email, he mentions Carol Rosin, who was the first female corporate manager of Fairchild Industries. A space and missile defence consultant who has worked with various corporations, government departments, and intelligence communities, she worked closely with Wernher Von Braun shortly before his death, specifically on the subject of space-based weapons.
She also founded the Institute for Security Cooperation in Outer Space.
Below is a very telling interview with Carol that was conducted by Dr. Steven Greer, founder of The Disclosure Project. Greer accompanied Dr. Edgar Mitchell in all his communications and meetings with the Pentagon and has been instrumental in bringing forth hundreds of military whistleblowers of all ranks, with verified credentials and backgrounds, to share what they’ve learned about this phenomenon through their work.
In the interview, she brings up the idea of a false flag alien threat. The term ‘false flag’ describes covert operations that are designed to be misleading, to make it appear as though events are being carried out by entities, groups, or nations other than those who actually planned and executed them.
You can read more of our articles on ‘false flag terrorism’ HERE.
I met the late Dr Wernher Von Braun in early 74, at that time Von Braun was dying of cancer, but he assured me that he would live a few more years in order to tell me about the game that was being played, that game being the effort to weaponize space, to control Earth from space and space itself.
He asked me to be his spokesperson, to appear on occasions when he was to ill to speak, and I did. And what he asked me to do was to educate decision makers and the public about why we shouldn’t be putting weapons into space . . . and what the alternatives are, how we could be building a cooperative space system.
What was most interesting to me, was a repetitive sentence that he said to me over and over again. . . . And that was the strategy that was being used to educate the public and decision makers, and the scare tactics, the spin that was being put on the weapons system. And that was how we identify an enemy.
The enemy at first he said, the enemy against whom we’re going to build a space based weapons system . . . First the Russians are going to be considered the enemy . . . then terrorists would be identified and that was soon to follow . . . then we were going to identify third world crazies, we now call them nations of concern. . . . The next enemy was asteroids . . . [and] against asteroids we’re going to build space based weapons.
And the funniest one of all, was against what he called aliens, extraterrestrials, that would be the final card. And over, and over, and over during the four years that I knew him and was giving his speeches for him, he would bring up that last card.
‘And remember Carol, the last card is the alien card. We’re going to have to build space based weapons against aliens,’ and all of it, he said, is a lie.
What One of The Fathers of Modern Rocketry Had To Say About Intelligent Extraterrestrials Visiting Our Planet – Collective Evolution
Of course, it’s probably swamp gas or a weather balloon. Come on NASA, tells us the truth, we can handle it. We know already anyway.
“NASA cuts the live feed video from the International Space Station precisely after a “UFO” is seen on camera. This has now happened dozens of times. NASA is busted once again trying to hide UFO’s near the ISS.” Bright Insight
China and Russia are discussing joint cooperation in outer-space exploration, including missions to the Moon and even Mars , according to a statement by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin on Wednesday.
“Yesterday, we (Rogozin and Vice-Premier of China’s State Council Wang Yang) worked for three and a half hours, discussing cooperation in the nuclear sphere and cooperation in the issues of interaction between our space agencies where there are such large projects as the deliveries of rocket engines, and cooperation in navigation systems,” the Russian vice-premier said.
He made his remarks during a talk with the heads of Russian regions and Chinese provinces and the managers of companies from both countries. The expo is an annual industrial exhibition held since 2014 within the framework of the Harbin Trade Fair.
“We’re developing an understanding for the rocket and space industry for possible interaction in such profound and technologically complex projects as the future exploration of the Moon, Mars and piloted cosmonautics,” he said.
Rogozin added that both countries have the potential to implement such impressive projects as trust exists both at the political level and at the level of specialists solving these issues.
Rogozin’s statement’s come less than a month after Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Beijing. During that meeting the two sides inked a pact setting out the legal framework for protecting their rights to sensitive space technologies in joint projects like launch vehicles and rocket engines.
China’s lunar program needs Russia
Rogozin said on July 6 that China might buy rocket engines for its space program from Russia, adding that China was interested “in a number of services and products, which will be very important for the development of the Chinese space program, in particular, for its lunar program.” He said that China’s lunar program is practically impossible without “certain supplies of equipment from Russia.”
Russia’s Ambassador to China, Andrey Denisov, said the two sides have been discussing the prospects of cooperation with space stations and making long-distance space flights. He added that “this cooperation is of purely peaceful, civilian nature and will finally benefit the entire humankind rather than only the participating states.”
China, for its part, has already ramped-up its pace program,conducting 19 successful space flights last year, with 20 planned for 2016. It also plans to launch to launch its Tiangong 2 space laboratory and a manned spacecraft Shenzhou 11, among other military and commercial orbital missions.
Earlier this month, according to state-run Xinhua news agency, China shipped the Tiangong 2 to the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi desert, where it will be launched into space in mid-September. The module was transported by rail from Beijing.
The Tiangong 1 was launched in 2011 and hosted two crews of taikonauts (Chinese astronauts) in 2012 and 2013. China releases less information about its space activities than other nations, while plans for Tiangong 1 remain unclear.
OK, so we did not go to the moon. So how was the biggest hoax of the 20th century made? Simple, hire one of the greatest directors around.
In the first video Kubrick admits to the greatest fraud of the 20th century. The second video explains how he did it.
“The conspiracy theorists were right on this occasion.” Kubrick
Er, well we are a conspiracy blog…Some might throw the idea out because it sounds way too outlandish and out there. Guess what? If you sit and think through this video, it might challenge one of humanity’s most cherished beliefs.
The conspiracy theorists make some excellent points on why we never went to the moon. For example, how come we can’t just take some pics of the Apollo lunar landers that are still on the moon? Why not direct our most powerful telescopes and show us the foot prints and other debris that the astronauts left there?
I don’t know for sure but it would not surprise me that this was a fake operation, as the cold war was raging on and the Americans wanted to prove to the world they were number one in space.
That leaves the Chinese missions to the moon. Could they be in cahoots with the Americans? It’s so out there I don’t know what to think.
One of the top films ever produced on the moon landing fraud.
Originally, Fox Television was going to purchase Sibrel’s film “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon” and asked him to cut the documentary down to 47 minutes as it is today. After their legal department objected because “both sides” were not presented in Sibrel’s film, he argued back to no avail that the public had already heard the government’s one-sided arguments unchallenged for decades and that his film was merely a minuscule 47 minute response in comparison to their decades of relentless propaganda.
Nevertheless, Fox chose to produce their own film instead and hired Sibrel as a contributor, excluding, strangely enough, the key piece of evidence of the fraud contained in Sibrel’s film. Suspicions arose that this was the real reason for excluding “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon” from being broadcast, as some thought the newly discovered evidence of unedited outtakes of false photography from the Apollo 11 mission, contained in Sibrel’s film, was too overtly condemning of NASA, rather Fox chose to leave the audience guessing as to what the truth really is.
Despite this, Sibrel finds the Fox program to be extremely well made, containing marvelous information, and was broadcast three times because of the incredible public response to the first and second airing.