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Film director claims to have proof that Stanley Kubrick shot the false arrival to the Moon

On July 20, 2019 will mark the 50th anniversary of the 1969 landing, when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped on the moon for the first time in history. Since then, all sorts of conspiracy theories have emerged and that the “small step for a man, but a great leap for humanity” was apparently nothing more than a montage prepared in a film studio.

And as the conspiracy theorists claim, the greatest project directed by director Stanley Kubrick was the landing of Apollo 11 in 1969. For decades, some people have argued that the US government has UU hired Kubrick to film the “false landing of the Moon” . It even seems that the American film director came to admit the deception in his 1980 film “The Shining” , where you could see how Danny Torrance, played by Danny Lloyd, wore an Apollo 11 sweater.

However, the most controversial revelation took place on December 10, 2015, when a video was published that purportedly showed the acclaimed director Stanley Kubrick admitting that the NASA moon landing was false. Filmmaker T. Patrick Murray interviewed Kubrick before his death in March 1999. He explained that he was forced to sign an 88-page document to keep the contents of the interview secret for 15 years. After its publication, a spokesperson for Kubrick’s widow said the interview was a lie, and that Stanley Kubrick had never been interviewed by T. Patrick Murray. But now a film director claims to have proof that Kubrick worked with NASA to simulate the landing of the Apollo 11 moon.

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Film director Jay Weidner is convinced that NASA along with Stanley Kubrick  prepared and executed one of the greatest conspiracies of all time , the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969.

“I think they just decided for advertising reasons that it was probably better to do it here on Earth ,” Weidner told British tabloid Daily Express . “Then they could go about their business and not reveal their technology to the Soviet Union during the Cold War. So, in reality it was not such a big leap since they could have shown us something that was not entirely real, to protect national security. “

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Weidner explains that the images of the moon landing were used through a visual technique that Kubrick used in his film “2001: A Space Odyssey” called “front screen projection”. The film director believes that Kubrick was perfect for NASA’s needs to simulate the moon landing because he was an expert photographer, understood lighting, understood the emulsion, understood all the techniques of a photographer. This is how the montage was conceived.

“He came to the cinema first as a technician and then as a director, and that suited perfectly to NASA because it was what they needed,” Weidner continues. “They needed someone who could solve problems, someone who could come and solve them technically. The performance was not as important to them as the technical problems, so Stanley began to solve the technical problems. “

Weidner claims to have analyzed the photographs of Apollo 11 and believes that he has found evidence of the assembly, such as the lines strategically located on the horizon behind the Apollo 11 module. But unlike what conspiracy theorists believe, Weidner does not doubt that Neil Armstrong was the first man to set foot on the Moon, he only believes that the images that were transmitted all over the world were false.

The reason would be for the tensions at that time between the United States and the Soviet Union, so NASA was forced to prepare the assembly. Not only did the false images hide the Russian secret technology of the Russians, but there was also the question of what would happen if it had gone wrong during the landing. For example, if the Apollo lunar module had not descended correctly, everyone would have witnessed the death of the astronauts live.

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Of course, there is also the theory that when astronauts actually landed on the Moon, they found themselves with extraterrestrial life . Something that the government of the United States hid to avoid chaos in the world, since humanity was not prepared for this revelation.

“I’m not saying we did not go to the moon, I think if we went. I’m sure there are reflectors on the moon, they put seismographs on the moon, but I do not think what we saw was real. And it certainly is an insult to the memory of those who have given their lives for the exploration of space, “ concludes Weidner.

NASA has not ruled on this new and controversial revelation about the false moon landing led by Stanley Kubrick, but on other occasions has said that to some extent, discussing this issue is an insult to the thousands of people who worked for years to achieve the most amazing exploration exploits in history. But unlike other accusations, this time it is not said that man did not reach the Moon, rather that what we saw was a montage. Although we are sure that again this revelation will be discredited by the most skeptical , those who refuse to believe in the obvious.

Do you agree with the opinion of Jay Weidner? Was the NASA moon landing in 1969 a montage directed by Stanley Kubrick?

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1,500-year-old Mummy Wearing ‘adidas Sneakers’ Believed To Be A Time Traveler

A recently unearthed mummy equipped with a well-preserved pair of ‘Adidas sneaker’ has intrigued archaeologists and conspiracy theorists alike. While some consider it to be only a lucky find, others have brought conclusive arguments as to why this could be the remnants of an actual time traveler.

Time travel has always been a fascinating topic, especially in present days when this concept doesn’t look so futuristic after all. With our current development in technology, we can dream of cruising through time in a couple hundred years. Until that day arrives, we’ll need to focus our attention on a very bizarre archaeological find from the Altai Mountains in Siberia, where an unusual mummy had recently been discovered.

So, what’s the connection between those mummified remains and time travel? Well, there’s a certain item on the deceased body that’s strongly resembling a pair of – you guessed it – Adidas sneakers. If the pair of shoes prove to be authentic, then the world will know that time travel is a real phenomenon. However, I’m inclined to think that people at that time were only skilled shoemakers. Or were they really?

The extremely well-preserved remains belong to a Turkik person that lived some 1,500 years ago in central Asia. The body was found alongside the remains of a horse, a pillow, and a sheep’s head. Archaeologists also found a saddle, bridle, clay vase, wooden bowl, trough, iron kettle, and four different ‘Dool’ (Mongolian clothes).

It is the first complete Turkik burial at least in Mongolia – and probably in all Central Asia. This is a very rare phenomenon. These finds show us the beliefs and rituals of Turkiks,” said B. Sukhbaatar, researcher at Khovd Museum. “We can see clearly that the horse was deliberately sacrificed. It was a mare, between four and eight years old. Four coats we found were made of cotton.

Researchers haven’t been able to determine the genre of the deceased so far, but they believe the remains belonged to a woman because they found no trace of a weapon inside the tomb, where male warriors were always buried alongside their bow.

The resting place was found at an altitude of 2,803 meters, and the mummy – still wrapped in felt – was resting its bones inside a 3-metre-deep grave. The body preserved extremely well because of the cold temperatures, together with the belongings and horse remains.

The grave was located 2803 meters above sea level.This fact and the cool temperatures helped to preserve the grave,” said Sukhbaatar. “The grave was three meters deep. The finds show us that these people were very skilled craftsmen. Given that this was the grave of a simple person, we understand that craft skills were rather well developed.

There are several things that don’t add up here. First of all, Mongolians are well-known for their herds of horses, which in turn determines the wealth of their people. These noble animals were (and still are) essential to them, meaning that whenever someone died, they would leave behind a substantial herd.

The grave of the Turkik mummy is considered to be rich in possessions, but since only the remains of a horse were found inside, researchers are now insinuating that the mummy didn’t belong to the elitist class of the region. But how is that possible if four different garbs, together with a presumed pair of ‘Adidas sneakers’ and numerous other items including the wool originating from a camel were discovered inside the tomb? Could it be that this woman was of a different culture? A distant traveler with knowledge of time manipulation?

A Romanian archaeologist explains more about the burial ceremony in his book about Turkik nomads. It reveals that Turkik people preferred being buried with far less material possessions, but they sacrificed their horses to accompany them on the other side.

When a man died, the survivors dug a pit as large as a house, in which they laid the deceased holding in his hand a wooden cup filled with a drink, as well as his belt, bow, and money…Following that, the dead man’s horses were killed, the number of horses sacrificed being an indication of his personal wealth.

So how does a not-so-wealthy Turk woman end up in a strategically-placed grave atop of the Altai Mountains, together with rich possessions and a pair of sneakers from the future? Is it possible that archaeologists really stumbled across the mummified remains of a time traveler, or is this but a mere coincidence? 

More images from inside the tomb can be found HERE.

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MH370 sighting claimed to be spotted on NASA satellite photo

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Although the 5-year anniversary of the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 that vanished with 239 people aboard en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing is on the horizon, the mystery remains unsolved. Despite the country’s government having halted the search, enthusiasts continue to look for clues using everything at their disposal.

A video has been posted on YouTube pinning a possible sighting of the MH370 that went off radars on 8 March 2014. The user with the handle Darren Bailey, who uploaded the clip, claims to have used NASA Satellite Data provided by Zoom Earth. The screen capture coincides with the day of the plane’s mysterious disappearance.

On the photo, the creator of the clip ringed a plane-shaped object, which could easily be a cloud, in the area of the Indian Ocean west of Malaysia and Indonesia. The coordinates of the possible MH370 sighting are 3’00.549’S and 86’21.943’E.

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 with 239 passengers on board disappeared on 8 March 2014 on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. In 2015, a fragment of the plane wing was discovered east of Madagascar on Reunion Island and confirmed as coming from the missing aircraft. Malaysia, China, and Australia have conducted a nearly three-year, $144-milllion surface and underwater search in the southern part of the Indian Ocean, which was called off in January 2017 after yielding no results.

Last May, the US tech firm Ocean Infinity also ended its operations. The company searched over 112,000 square kilometres of ocean floor but ended up finding nothing as well.

In July 2018, Malaysian investigators issued a lengthy report, saying the Boeing was likely deliberately steered off course under manual control, but they failed to say who was responsible.

Over the years, multiple aviation experts and enthusiasts have come up with various explanations for the incident and multiple hypotheses as to the MH370’s crash site, varying from the bottom of the Indian Ocean to deep inside the Cambodian jungle.

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Mysterious Radar Anomalies Reported Near Sydney Australia

Late in 2018, a series of anomalies appeared on weather radar systems over the US states of Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Florida, and Indiana. The anomalies were eventually blamed on a new experimental type of chaff, an aircraft countermeasure designed to mask aircraft activity over a given area and generally confuse enemy radar systems.

While that explanation may have been sufficient for that week’s news cycle, many aviation experts noted that chaff usually doesn’t linger in place as these mysterious clouds seemed to. Were these anomalies indeed the product of chaff testing, or was military activity merely a convenient scapegoat as has been alleged in many other anomalies aerial phenomena?

A pair of B-1B Lancers, 28th Bomb Squadron. deploy chaff and flares

A pair of B-1B Lancers deploy chaff and flares during a military exercise.

The mystery deepened this week as similar radar anomalies were reported in Australia and again blamed on chaff. Many Sydney residents were startled when they saw weather radar displaying what appeared to be ominous rain clouds heading their way when a glance outside revealed crystal blue skies. Australian Broadcasting Corporation meteorologist Graham Creed quickly explained the radar anomaly on social media, stating that like in the American radar anomalies, this was the product of chaff:

It’s the Williamtown RAAF base and they’re putting what’s known as chaff in the atmosphere. The idea of it is that it hides what they’re doing underneath it. They’re doing manoeuvres with their aircraft. They drop this chaff and it spreads out and then it creates an echo so you can’t see individual movements.

The Williamtown RAAF base and Australian Department of Defence were contacted by the ABC but did not comment on the anomaly. What was the RAAF hiding, and from whom?

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Like in the case of last year’s radar anomalies in America, I’m left to wonder why experimental aircraft technology would be tested near densely populated areas where weather radar systems are so common. If you wanted to hide experimental aircraft tests, why not do it somewhere more secretive? Or was that the point: to determine how well civilian radar systems can be fooled? To what end?

SOURCE: Mysterious Universe

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