Update: I was in the crop circle when Dr. Greer gave this interview (Wiltshire, 2010). He spoke about the moon landings and the large ET craft in orbit around Saturn. Thank you to Lois Gueret for finding this:
The first man to step on the moon, Neil Armstrong, was overheard to say, “We were warned off the moon.” Upon landing on the moon, ET craft lined up around the edge of the crater (see Tompkins drawing below). The previous lunar orbiters had recorded images of structures on the far side of the moon and so these ET craft were expected during the first moon landing mission in July 1969. Thus, pre-recorded film footage was created with all the familiar scenes: raising the US flag, astronauts hopping around the surface, driving the moon rover, etc. … but all these images were the ‘fake footage’ because the live feed showed the ET craft. Broadcast of the live feed was diverted, and the ‘fake’ footage was shown to the world. Dr. Greer discussed this on April 13, 2014 in Washington DC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUYX2sjzdFY
I have ignored the ‘faked moon landing’ until now. But I have just spent a few hours reviewing the issue due to some recent articles in Nexus Magazine. If you would like to review all the evidence for faked film footage here is a very good film documentary (from http://www.aulis.com ):
Dr. Greer maintains that men did actually go to the moon but the Apollo program was cancelled because the ETs were concerned that the program was a ‘Cold War military competition’ and humanity would not be welcomed into space until we demonstrated the spiritual maturity to represent all of humanity in a peaceful effort to enter space.
My interest in questioning the reality of moon landings was recently piqued by Phil Kouts, who has written three excellent technical articles about the engineering challenges, all published in Nexus Magazine. He claims that the problem with radiation in the Van Allen Belt was never solved — a lunar module with sufficient shielding was too heavy for the Saturn 5 rocket. While real astronauts probably did go to the moon, they probably died upon their return or soon after due to the effects of the radiation. Such a tragedy could never be acknowledged. According to Kouts the public was told that the astronauts went to the moon (i.e. Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Dr. Edgar Mitchell and all the other astronauts), when in fact these astronauts stayed in low earth orbit for the duration of the mission, thus actively participating in the hoax.
My interest was piqued because in 2011, NASA issued a warning that any other mission to the moon (human or robot) is specifically prohibited from interacting with or visiting the acclaimed landing site (see June 2016 link below). While NASA has high resolution cameras, no images of the artifacts have ever been released (i.e. descent stage, lunar rover, US flag, Apollo Lunar Surface experiments, etc.). NASA has only ever released a few low resolution images and there are no photographs taken by independent observers. Does this strike the reader as odd? I for one, would assume that if NASA actually HAD the images, then media around the world would be constantly inundated with these images, with America’s usual flair for triumphalism. And yet …
The 2.0 km exclusion radius applies to the descent/approach path of the visiting vehicle (Lunar Artifacts, 2011, p. 10) So it is prohibited to land closer than 2.0 km to any Apollo landing gear — assuming, of course, it is actually there. (Kouts, 2016)
The NASA warning was widely discussed on the Google Lunar XPRIZE website, dedicated to a competition of an unmanned mission to the Moon with a mini-robot which, after landing would be capable of covering a distance of not less than 500 metres on the lunar surface.
Kouts is writing under a pseudonym and works in the field of applied physics in New Zealand.
If you run a monthly ET Contact event using the CE5 protocols for your meditation, I recommend you try the following journeys:
- Present day, travel to the far side of the moon and view the artifacts and/or ET bases
- Present day, travel to the site of the Apollo Landings … what artifacts can you see.
- Time travel (using CSETI mantra and merkabah field) to July 20, 1969 at 20:18 UTC (i.e. at 2:18 pm Pacific Time) to view the site of the Apollo landing. View the ET craft around the edge of the crater.
- Time travel (using CSETI mantra and merkabah field), to the actual date when the the unknown astronauts went to the moon, and then view their fate upon return to Earth.