Thursday, August 16, 2012

Alleged Alien Moon Base

As I promised, I did more research on the alleged alien moon base located on the dark side of the moon. I was fascinated when I heard Sergeant Karl Wolfe’s story. He was working as a technician for the U.S. Air force in 1965 when his services were called upon by NASA to fix a piece of electronic equipment that was interfering with Lunar Orbiter 1’s functions. When he arrived at Langley field, he observed scientist from all over the world at the facility. He thought it odd, but continued on his duty. While trying to take a look at the technical difficulties in the photo dark room, an airman second class told Wolfe, who was also an airman second class at the time, that they had found a base on the moon. The airman second class then proceeded to show photographs to Wolfe, where structures, towers, spherical and mushroom shaped buildings were CLEARLY seen. After realizing that this information was breaching security, Wolfe didn’t question to see anything more and soon after government security did enter the room. 

I found these Lunar Orbiter photographs on line showing what appears to be smudged or airbrushed out patches in the photographs. Could this be where the moon bases were covered up?

And interestingly, I discovered that Karl Wolfe had been been working on the Lunar Orbiter in mid 1965 before the Lunar Orbiter Project was officially announced in 1966…Hmm. A lot can be covered up in a year.

If you would like to search for possible moon base locations in the photographs of the moon yourself, feel free to roam the photographs on this website

The first pictures of the far side of the moon were taken by the Soviet Luna 3 in 1959. The photographs were released to the world after they were cleaned up to try and approve the quality, but the quality was still very poor.

Also in my research I came across the GRAIL project. This project allows middle schoolers to select target areas on the moon, including the far side, and send requests to the GRAIL MoonKAM which then sends photographs of those areas to the MoonKam website. So far, no middle schoolers have reported seeing alien bases, yet…

After observing as many photographs of the moon available on line as I could. I have come to the conclusion that none of the public photographs I’ve seen clearly show anything. I found myself wondering if that was a crater, mountain or a moon base. It’s hard to say due to the high black and white contrast in most of the photographs. I do believe what Karl Wolfe says he saw and I also highly rely on the audio from Apollo 11, but I couldn’t find anything out of the ordinary. Just this really cool audio of Neil Armstrong when he first steps on the moon. He sounds pretty calm to me.

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