The Color of the Lunar Sky
Saturday, August 18, 2007 7:43
Dear Mr. Lear,
Several years ago you sent us
a charming picture of your family at Christmas time. I could not
help noticing what a nice family you presented. We are so glad to
hear from you again. Our daughter, Heidi is assisting us in our communications
with fellow researchers. My dear husband, Howard is in reasonably
good health at 85, but he does have some difficulty with his memory.
We presented him with the color variations of saffron that you sent and
he as indicated as far as he could remember what the moonsky and horizon
looked like at that time many years ago. He sends his regards to
you and we will send the indicated colors he has chosen and hope that it
will be helpful to you and your research.
May I ask why you are interested
in this information now?
We are also sending you a copy
of a page in a book by William L. Brian II, called "Moongate." The
author seems to agree with the coloration as described by Howard.
Incidentally, the Japanese seem to be unusually interested in the moon,
also. Heidi has skillfully negotiated with a Japanese published and
a translator to have our book(s) published into the Japanese language through
Tokuma publishing. It is now available and being sold in Japanese
bookstores. The title is "Angelic Visitors."
Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2007 5:26 PM
Subject: Saffron scans
I am sending the scanned images in color with the "X"
on each one to indicate my Dad's choice. Your lecture sounds interesting
and I've viewed your websites. Very informative. Thank you
for your research, and I'm glad I could be of some help. Please
let us know how your presentation went and keep in touch.
Greetings from Florida,
From: John Lear
Subject: Lunar Sky
Date: August 20, 2007 3:16 PM
Here is an excerpt from Moongate concerning what Howard
Menger saw on the moon.
Suppressed Findings of the U.S. Space Program
From: John Lear
Subject: Lunar Sky
Date: February 08, ,2008 10:51 AM
I am ecstatic to hear from you! Please give your Dad
my best wishes and tell him how highly I think of him. The answers to my
questions were greatly appreciated. Can I ask more questions? I donít want
to bother him.
All the best to you and all the family, you have brightened
From: Howard Menger
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2008 10:08 AM
Subject: Re: Lunar gravity
I hope this email finds you in good health. Dad
hasn't been feeling too well lately, but he is better now. He was
able to answer the questions for you...if you still need them. Sorry this
is so late.
All the Best to you and you Family,
To: Howard Menger
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (John Lear)
Subject: Lunar gravity
Date: December 13, 2007 3:28:22 PM Eastern Standard
I hope your family had a Happy Thanksgiving.
Could you please ask Howard is the gravity on the moon
was normal or say, equivalent to earthís?
At lectures, Howard Menger Showed
photos of the moon's slight atmosphere: Like an aura. If there is
an atmosphere, there is gravity, not as much as on earth, but there is
Also, in his opinion is there a breathable atmosphere
on the moon?
There is a light atmosphere
(air was thin) and stepping out (of the craft)... HM was weighted down.
Also, when he stepped out of the train into the broiling
heat was he inside a dome or in unobstructed lunar atmosphere?
Outside. He looked down
at the dirt and he was facing the sun.
Did the air have any particular odor?
One more question. Could you please ask him if he visited
the nearside or the farside?
He was in between the two sides,
but aware that there were installations (domes, tunnels, mining operations)
on the dark side that couldn't be seen from Earth.
It seems from what he wrote that he just visited the
Sorry for all of these questions but I am trying to
bring the importance of the moon and its inhabitants to the attention of
those on abovetopsecret.com. There is so much disinformation around that
its very hard to get through to people. Howard is my only source for accurate
and true information.
Thank you and all the best to all of the family,\