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    • #439
      Fontofknowledge
      Keymaster

      Given all the hoopla and propaganda surrounding the Apollo 11 moon landing, it is time to set the record straight about people landing on the moon. The United States was not the first country to land people on the moon. That was accomplished in 1942 by Nazi Germany. But the Nazis didn’t just send people to the moon to plant their flag, although they did plenty of that, they sent them there to live and work. Ever since their first day of landing on the Moon, the Germans started boring -and tunneling under the surface, and by the end of the war there was a small Nazi research base on the Moon.

      The Germans discovered anti-gravity field propulsion after recovering a UFO that crashed in the Black Forest in 1936. By 1942 they had working anti-gravity ships in several main types. Using their Miesthe ship they sent a small force to land on the moon and start building a base. Although the Nazis lost the war on earth (except in Antarctica), the moon base was never conquered and continued functioning to this day. There are currently 40,000 people living on the moon in the Nazi moon base and the city that has grown around and underneath it.

      When the US did finally send people to the moon, in 1957, it was a cooperative effort with the Soviet Union. The plan was to build a joint US-Soviet moonbase, but that was given up when scientists realized how extensive the Nazi moonbase was. On their first night on the moon, the US and Soviet personnel were guests of the Nazis in their moon base. The Space Race (on both sides) was a hoax, an attempt (successful) to divert people’s attention away from cooperating with the Nazis and their alien allies.

      Today the Nazi moon base is a part of a larger human presence in space. As Gary McKinnon proved by his discovery of a NASA list of non-terrestrial officers aboard ships, there is a significant human presence in space right now. But NASA and the US and other governments are afraid to admit to any of this. So the history and current status of our presence in space is hidden, covered by nonsense like the 50th anniversary of the “first” moon landing.

    • #487
      Grimbjorn
      Participant

      I hadn’t heard about nazis on the moon, do you have more about this?

    • #488
      Fontofknowledge
      Keymaster

      Yes, Grimbjorn, there is a lot of evidence. The Germans got to the moon in 1942, using one of their Hannebu spacecraft. The Hannebu series were all designed after reverse-engineering the alien ship that crashed in the Black Forest in 1936. The Hannebu 1 could hold 12 crew members, more than enough to start carving out a base on the moon. It was a difficult task, but after three more Hannebus (including one larger Hannebu-2 craft) bringing workers and supplies landed, the Nazis had succeeded in establishing a small base. By the time the war ended there was a functioning base with a population in the hundreds. After the war was over, there was continued contact and missions between the moon base and the Nazi base in Neu Schwabenland. But that base is another story.

    • #489
      Judith Jones
      Participant

      Oh, come on. This sounds like non-sense to me. I’m not sure that the US ever went to the moon, and you expect a girl to believe there are a bunch of Nazis living on the moon. And I’ve never heard of New Schwabenland–all of Germany was occupied at the end of the war, so no to that also.

    • #580
      Grimbjorn
      Participant

      Whether or not it’s true, it’s an interesting reason for the faked moon landing theory.

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