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More And More Americans Are Starting To Believe Earth Is Flat

IT IS a stunt worthy of Evel Knievel. This week, if all goes to plan, “Mad” Mike Hughes, a Californian, will launch himself 1,800 feet (550 metres) into the sky in a homemade steam-powered rocket made of scrap metal. As well as providing entertainment, Mr Hughes wants to prove a point. On his trip over the Mojave Desert, which could propel him at speeds of up to 500 miles (800km) per hour, the 61-year-old limousine-driver-turned-daredevil hopes to prove that the Earth is flat.

Some may be surprised to learn that people still hold such views. After all, the Earth has been photographed from space. But such photos could have been faked by the evil forces who secretly control the world, right? And all those centuries of scientific evidence suggesting that the Earth is spherical could be wrong, right? In America interest in the flat-Earth movement appears to be growing. In September Bobby Ray Simmons Jr., a rapper also known as B.o.B, launched a crowd-funding campaign to send satellites into orbit to determine the Earth’s shape. On November 9th, 500 “flat-Earthers” assembled in North Carolina for the first annual Flat Earth International Conference. Data from Google Trends show that in the past two years, searches for “flat earth” have more than tripled (see chart).

Conspiracy theories are not always harmless. The bogus notion that vaccines cause autism has led to a decline in immunisation rates in some places, which has allowed outbreaks of measles. Scepticism about climate change has infiltrated schools. A recent survey found that a third of American science teachers tell their students that climate change is driven in part by natural causes. One in ten say humans play no role in it.

Conspiracy theories are appealing because they offer simple explanations for complex phenomena, or because they let people believe they are in possession of secret knowledge that the powerful wish to suppress. They tend to be most popular among less-educated people who do not trust public institutions. They are extremely common in dictatorships, where people assume, often correctly, that the authorities are lying.

Simply rebutting conspiracy theories may make adherents even more entrenched in their views. (If “they” are so keen to deny it, it must be true!) Absence of evidence is taken as evidence of a fiendishly effective cover-up. Some conspiracy theories are irrefutable—the American government cannot prove, for example, that it is not storing dead aliens in a secret underground laboratory.

If schools were better at teaching analytical thinking, that might reduce the appeal of conspiracy theories. And it would not hurt if governments were more open and trustworthy. Meanwhile, the best response is often to ignore the tinfoil-hat brigade. After the rapper B.o.B sparked an argument on Twitter about the shape of the Earth in 2016, one of the groups supposedly responsible for misleading the public on this point, NASA, chose not to weigh in. A spokeswoman told the Washington Post: “we don’t think there’s a debate to be had.”

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UFO On The Moon That Can’t Be Explained

Guy’s, we’ve featured this before because this was and still is a stand alone piece of evidence of life in the universe. When people say all it takes is one UFO to be real, or “all it takes is one Alien sighting to be real” and everything would change, well this is that “one thing” that should of changed everything but it didn’t? So I’m saying that even if Aliens and UFOs were to anounce themselves today or tomorrow, it doesn’t matter because nobody would go off the rails, nobody would go instantly insane!

The vehicle on the Moon.

Apollo 20, one of the most controversial UFO cover-ups in history. And it is a cover up because we have it on the NASA official websites, it’s in the archives it’s a UFO but nobody will talk about it? That’s a fricking cover up. I choose to accept it as a fact of life.


An Alien Spaceship on the Moon

There’s nothing left to call this other than “the time that all humans had to forget”! I mean, we’ve got no choice but to forget because no-one officially will acknowledge and nobody will tell us definitively that this is real so we have no choice but to go round in circles or wait? Basically the time humans had to forget?

. People often overlook the fact that this thing was so inspirational to many people growing up! Whoever saw this image did so but pre-internet, before the mass media and before the ability to share an image instantly.

I’m talking literally and figuratively to see this image you had to be in the know, in the inner-circle of the enlightened ones? It was often hidden, stashed and kept secret because people really did believe that this was (and still is don’t forget) “a piece of the real history” to be treasured and behold!

Apollo 20 is said to be a top secret mission to the Moon that was covered up by Nasa. The Apollo program, also known as Project Apollo, ran from 1963 to 1972 and was the third human spaceflight project that NASA carried out.It is going down in history not the way NASA wanted it to. They wanted it to be in their own style, with good shots of the Moon etc not shots of UFOs and an Alien spaceship. No wonder they are distancing themselves from this. It goes against everything they stand for! It’s a shame, but probably the truth of the matter. Although the US government accomplished its goal to land men on the Moon and return them safely to Earth in 1969 with Apollo 11, further missions continued until 1972, with Apollo 17 being the last mission to go to the Moon and back.

However, three more missions had been planned by Nasa – Apollo 18, Apollo 19 and Apollo 20. Official Nasa records say that the missions were cancelled due to budgetary constraints and that the astronauts were moved up to other missions. Due to three missions being cancelled, lots of spacecraft hardware was left over, such as the command/service module (CSM) belonging to Apollo 19, which is on display at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and other bits of hardware have been used in several films.

Apollo 20’s CSM was apparently never finished and completely scrapped. But is that really the case? It’s easy to brush this stuff off because of how big NASA is, they have plausible deniability when it comes to anything and everything you better believe that they use it, regularly! NASA actually stands for Never A Straight Answer.

It looks real to me?

Personally, I still remember the Stanley Kubrik film in which he made the Moon Landings. If you don’t believe that then that’s cool also? But there comes a point where you have to believe in something? Just “not believing” isn’t enough to satisfy me, you need to say why you don’t believe and why you don’t agree with this and that just like the believers have come out with a file, the size of two tree trunks in thickness stating why they believe in this theory? Does that make sense, it does to me?

That video is for me an amazing and structured, convincing piece of the puzzle. I’m not saying it’s real, i’m not saying it’s swayed me either one way or the other but what it has shown me is that someone wants this to be true so much that they either took a camera with them on the mission or someone paid through the nose to create this elaborate hoax. Either way you look at it, it’s one impressive and focussed, detailed and to the point conspiracy. It’s a cover up all right.


Mona Lisa recovered Alien from the Moon

The alien girl supposedly found on an ancient spaceship in the Delporte Crater on the Moon in 1976. Right.

If you were to believe Nasa’s records, then that would be that “end of, go home get a bath”. But in April 2007, an individual with the username “Retiredafb” uploaded several videos to YouTube (the absolute last place I’de ever upload a covered up proof of concept video) claiming that they were footage from the Apollo 20, a secret joint American-Soviet space mission from August 1976. Click here for more information on this story. And also here for more aswell.

The image below is the best image ever! Follow this link to NASA’s own archives of this!


That looks lik a real UFO to me so what about you?

MIND BLOWING ACCUSATION!

The user identified himself as William Rutledge, 78, a former astronaut now living in Rwanda. His videos show what seems to be the cabin of Apollo 20, as well as footage, supposedly on the moon, of a mysterious lunar city, as well as the corpse of what seems to be an alien girl that internet users call “Mona Lisa”, lying in the cabin. Rutledge’s videos were so popular that they garnered over 1.5 million views on YouTube, but apparently a few months later Rutledge claimed his YouTube account had been hacked and all but one of his videos were deleted.

That’s really strange, why would they delete all videos except one? It doesn’t make sense but then again nothing from this whole story makes any sense? It reminds me of the land that time forgot. It is very intriguing though and very, very interesting. The story goes on to say:

He then moved his videos to a new account on Revver, but that page no longer exists. Before he disappeared, however, he did agree to be interviewed, through the message function of his YouTube account and Yahoo Messenger, by Italian freelance writer and UFO/space exploration enthusiast Luca Scantamburlo.

Rutledge claims in his interview with Scantamburlo that Nasa’s Apollo 14 mission flew over a polar region of the Moon and captured numerous space ships and cities of ancient, oddly-shaped, towering buildings, which looked like they had been abandoned for hundreds of years. Rutledge says that Apollo 20 landed near the Delporte Crater in order to explore a large “cigar-shaped” mother ship, which had apparently been abandoned for 1.5 million years, and within the spaceship, the astronauts found two corpses of alien beings, one of which was captured on 16mm film.

You wasn’t supposed to see this image.

He claims that the female alien he and his crew found had six fingers, hair, but no nostrils, and seemed to be in a state that was “not dead” but also “not alive”. He claims to Scantamburlo that the alien girl was brought back to Earth and is still alive somewhere. “USAF recalled that, I have been chosen later for Apollo 20 because I was one of the rare pilots who didn’t believe in God (it has changed since 1990) but it was a criteria in 1976. It was not the status of the Nasa astronauts. Not believing in God made the difference. That’s all,” Rutledge told Scantamburlo.

Rutledge’s answers are quite rambling, and on many occasions, Scantamburlo tests his knowledge about Nasa in the 1970s and what happened to the other cancelled Apollo missions. Scantamburlo’s evidence is posted here. Real, or a hoax? While information about Apollo 20 is quite scarce to come by, an entry on WikiBooks.org seems to indicate that it is a hoax by a French video artist called Thierry Speth, who apparently admitted to perpetrating the con on 9 July 2007 on internet forum Need2Know dot eu. The link to this post and the website in question are also no longer online.

Nevertheless, many UFO enthusiasts, are still firmly convinced that Apollo 20 did happen, including Scott Waring, a teacher living in Taiwan who has authored a few books on UFOs, time travel and young adult fantasy fiction. Waring runs a website called UFO Sightings Daily for the international UFO believer community, and you can view his extensive evidence in this blog post, which include reports by other Nasa scientists and engineers, government memos, analysis of the light in the video and much more.

There you go, enough evidence of Aliens on the Moon in cities!

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The strange death of a conspiracy theorist Jim Keith. Conspiracy or accident?

Gene Keith ( Jim Keith) was a fairly well-known American conspiracy writer. During his lifetime, he managed to release the books “Black Helicopters over America” and “Octopus”, which are still popular among ufologists, in which the themes of the Secret World Government, the Illuminati, the phenomenon of Men in Black and other conspiracy theories were revealed.

He was also a supporter of the theory that UFOs are of earthly origin and come from an alternate reality, where technological development has gone far ahead.

Jim Keith

Jim Keith passed away in September 1999. First, he suddenly and unexpectedly for everyone fell off the stage at the festival “Burning Man” and broke his knee. And when he was taken to the hospital, he suddenly died there after a normal operation.

First, the cause of death was called a blood clot that fell from a wound in the knee through a vein into the lung and blocked it. However, in the report of the coroner, it was written that death was the result of a “blunt strong blow.” Also, almost immediately before his death in the hospital, Keith uttered the cryptic words “I have a firm feeling that they did everything so that I would not come back from here.”

There were more signs that Kit’s death was not an accident. From August 31 to September 3, 1999, Jim Keith was actively communicating by e-mail with another cosmologist, Greg Bishop, and complained to him that his computer began to behave strangely.

“Interesting things happen to my computer,” wrote Keith on August 31, “Last week, he picked up a virus that cleansed all my personal files. I don’t know if there’s a conspiracy theory, but I know that this is the same time happened with some other writers. “

The next day, Bishop told him that all his personal articles were also destroyed on his computer and even those that he sent to the trash. In response, Kit wrote to him that he was currently working on an article about hacking computers of journalists and editors.

On September 3, Bishop wrote to Keith that he could be hacked via a modem and that the virus only deleted files in his personal folder and did not touch other documents. And what could have even been his hacking, and someone went into his apartment and manually deleted files from the computer.

In response, Keith wrote to Bishop that he was grateful for his help and that he had discovered 9 sites with conspiracy theories that had also been hacked the other day. This was Keith Bishop’s last letter.

Jim Keith

Four days later, Jim Keith died in a hospital, where he was brought from the Burning Man festival in Black Rock, Nevada. When he suddenly fell and hurt his knee, he thought it was just a bruise.

But after a few hours he became worse, the fever rose, and he called the ambulance, which took him to the Washoe Medical Center hospital in Reno.

There, Kita was told that he had broken a bone and that an urgent operation was needed. It was when he was being prepared for the operation and was already preparing to give him anesthesia, Keith said the very phrase “I have a firm feeling that they did everything so that I would not come back from here.

” The operation was successful and Jim Keith was in a stable condition when he was transferred to the intensive care unit. But then something happened and he died suddenly.

The cause of death, as mentioned above, was difficult to determine. First, a blood clot that got into the lung was named, and then after the autopsy, it was stated that the cause was a “severe dull injury.”

And Jim Keith’s family and friends and other conspiracy therapists are still wondering if his death was violent or it was just a terrible accident. Is it possible that someone else got into the chamber and killed Jim? Full In those years, there were no surveillance cameras in hospitals. Could this be an accident? Also quite.

The whale was no longer young and had problems with bones. However, in this case, there are still too many strange coincidences for the accident. Especially with Keith and Bishop’s correspondence about hacked computers.

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ET Disclosure, 5G, The Shift, & Mental Health

IN BRIEF

  • The Facts: Joe Martino was recently interviewed on  discussing big changes occurring in our world, ET disclosure, 5G and the rise of mental health challenges and what that means for us.
  • Reflect On: Are we in times of chaos? Or are we in times that are ripe for deep shifts in consciousness?

I recently had the pleasure to speak with host Ryan McCormick of Outer Limits Radio. This was the second time Ryan and I got to talk about topics of current events and consciousness from a conscious media perspective, and this time was just as enjoyable as the first!

When you look at our current times, there is a lot going on that can make it feel like we are in times of chaos. But are we really? Is this truly chaos or just times that allow for change? Another way to look at it is, if we choose to view our current zeitgeist as chaotic, is this chaos ‘negative’ or ‘positive?’ You’ll likely recall we don’t particularly play with polarity here on CE, but what I’m getting at here is, simply because we see a ton of tension being brought to the surface in our world, it doesn’t mean we are in bad times. In fact, one could say we are exactly where we need to be to create change that comes a higher state of consciousness and heart-based creations.

This has been the perspective I’ve consistently shared when people ask me how I feel about the state of the world. We are in a time where shifting our consciousness is what we’re being asked to do. Why get caught up in the drama of the mind when we can truly look at what our world is trying to show us from a deeper perspective?

In the recent interview with Ryan, he asked me about some hot button topics that are on many people’s minds. I invite you to explore this interview as Ryan and I discuss:

  • What the 2 biggest changes happening in our world this year are
  • The shift in consciousness
  • Whether or not 5G will harm humanity
  • Extraterrestrial disclosure and its impact on humanity
  • The rise in mental health challenges and what it’s showing us

You can download the episode via the player or listen below.

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