Russian central television RTR, broadcasted a sensational documentary stating that astronauts working for the American space agency, NASA, encountered extra-terrestrial civilizations during Apollo missions on the moon.
Evidence of these claims was presented by Russian UFO researcher Vladimir Azhazha and astronomer Yevgeny Arsyukhin, who claim that the Apollo missions were besieged by spies from an extra-terrestrial origin from the beginning. They also claimed that there were records of communications between the astronauts and the Mission Control Center which commented on explorations of lunar bases, remnants of alien spaceships and desert settlements on the lunar surface.
The two researchers claimed that the messages had been blocked and encrypted by the Americans to prevent anyone from hearing these highly dangerous messages for national and global security.
The researchers also stated that the beings living on the Moon did not appreciate the intrusion of astronauts from the Earth into their territory. They claim that when NASA brought a dummy machine to the moon (the Lunar Rover Vehicle) to examine the craters, the alien creatures asked the spaceships to desist and immediately leave the Moon and return to Earth.
The creatures somehow managed to communicate their desire for secrecy while they were involved in an observation mission on Earth. NASA feared the beings becoming enemies and agreed that they would put an end to lunar exploration missions.
While skeptics might say that these claims are far-fetched, this is not the first time that the claims of alien beings colonizing the Moon have been raised. If the story is true, it would explain some of the unusual discrepancies involving lunar missions, including censored images of the lunar surface and a large number of space mission recordings that NASA claims to have “lost” … strangely.
It would also explain why the US government abandoned the hugely expensive and politically profitable lunar exploration project, and why NASA has never tried to explore the Moon more widely in recent years.