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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #16 on: February 17, 2012, 10:31:16 AM »
"If the universe is made of mostly Dark Energy...can We use it to run Our cars?"

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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #17 on: February 17, 2012, 07:38:31 PM »
I appreciate the answers. However, will continue to be unsatisfied about the ability (of Moon Admin) to supress detection of any signifcant population. If I was part of such a population, I would hunger to socially interact with the Earthbound. The youths of countries who are enemies of the US certainly worship our culture if allowed to know about it. (not sure about, say, North Korea, but the Iranians sure know) I would think that any Moon youth with a wire antenna visible to Earth would have access. Just one of those things I can't resolve.

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Welcome, Zerocd to the coolest forum out there!
Your reply to the post was kind of what some might be thinking at home reading it now, and John even sells a foil hat (auotgraphed of course) if you feel the input getting too great.
I think the way you broke down the piece, and made it a q and a format, is enjoyable to read, and fun to write that way, too.
You might want to take a look at the way John states that, the astronauts that went there, didnt really remember what it felt like on the most important day of their lives. That is a dead giveaway, that either they were brainwashed afterwards, or never went.
I dont think the effect was that mystical, where it erased their sensations of the event.
You do pose some valid points there, and that type of thinking and interest level is an indicator of your passion for the subject.
It also is what makes Living Moon so special, how we can work together to iron out theories and ideas, then present them to the most knowledgable online forum around, and learn the importance of teamwork!
And you should check out Linda Brown's section, too, there are some really cool ideas bouncing around over there, too!
Welcome again, from a fellow newbie:)
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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #18 on: February 17, 2012, 08:02:58 PM »
This?

http://www.scribd.com/doc/426672/The-Question-of-Extraterrestrial-and-Human-Telepathy-I-Swann
Yes, friend, that is it; I hope you will find it of interest; it definitely is a good read from the father of remote viewing...


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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #19 on: February 18, 2012, 12:28:35 PM »
Although I wonder about a "civilization", I do think that there are a significant amount of goings on both now and ancient history. I think that the Army may have had some success getting there as early as the 1950's and maybe established a base.

NASA came along later when they needed the public to help fund them and to cover military activity.

If we are sending robotic craft to Mars, then we should long ago had many on the Moon. Why don't we? Same for Venus. I don't have much faith in the party line on Venus.

We generally are left to our ourselves to figure out what's up. So, I watch and wait.

I think Stanley Kubrick knew too much, and died for it.

Anyone tried remote viewing?

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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #20 on: February 18, 2012, 12:33:01 PM »
Moonport found in image someone requested from the lro:



Could just be rocks though.




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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #21 on: February 18, 2012, 03:29:15 PM »
Is there any other information about that photo can you can share?

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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #22 on: February 18, 2012, 04:06:06 PM »
   All this information is overwhelming me. I always knew inside me that these things are real( I have a sense to feel the truth) and as I was younger these thoughts came to me like someone was telepathically telling me about this universe and expanding my understanding. But something happened and it stopped. Maybe I will tell you what I suspect that caused it, later if anyone is interested. Only thing I regret now ,is the thing that I didn't get to know you people like 15 years earlier.
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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #23 on: February 18, 2012, 07:25:45 PM »
Has Graham joined? He was at OMF now and then and did fantastic work with black and white images.

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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #24 on: February 19, 2012, 04:34:33 AM »
Is there any other information about that photo can you can share?

The feature I posted is the only thing visible in the whole image, everything else is dark. I cropped out the visible feature and posted it here.

*I'd share the image data, but I don't see any benefits. It's just rocks, Armap. You know that.

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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #25 on: February 19, 2012, 06:17:07 AM »
Although I wonder about a "civilization", I do think that there are a significant amount of goings on both now and ancient history. I think that the Army may have had some success getting there as early as the 1950's and maybe established a base.

NASA came along later when they needed the public to help fund them and to cover military activity.

If we are sending robotic craft to Mars, then we should long ago had many on the Moon. Why don't we? Same for Venus. I don't have much faith in the party line on Venus.

We generally are left to our ourselves to figure out what's up. So, I watch and wait.

I think Stanley Kubrick knew too much, and died for it.

Anyone tried remote viewing?

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Only one done remote wieving on moon I know is Ingo Swann, very interesting story and definetly supports that there is a civilisation on moon.

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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #26 on: February 19, 2012, 02:30:36 PM »
*I'd share the image data, but I don't see any benefits. It's just rocks, Armap. You know that.
I don't know that, I think those are just rocks.

And I always prefer to look at the original than at a JPEG. You probably know that.  :)

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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #27 on: February 19, 2012, 05:04:57 PM »
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This?

http://www.scribd.com/doc/426672/The-Question-of-Extraterrestrial-and-Human-Telepathy-I-Swann
Yes, friend, that is it; I hope you will find it of interest; it definitely is a good read from the father of remote viewing...


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I'm a little over halfway through.
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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #28 on: February 19, 2012, 07:30:26 PM »
Only one done remote wieving on moon I know is Ingo Swann, very interesting story and definetly supports that there is a civilisation on moon.
WW, from an interview Art Bell did years ago with Ed Dames, it was alluded to that Ed and perhaps Joe McMonagle both had taken coordinate views of the moon and if I remember correctly, of Mars; will see if I can dig up anything on it...


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Re: The case for the civilization on the Moon
« Reply #29 on: February 19, 2012, 07:46:15 PM »
WW, from an interview Art Bell did years ago with Ed Dames, it was alluded to that Ed and perhaps Joe McMonagle both had taken coordinate views of the moon and if I remember correctly, of Mars; will see if I can dig up anything on it...


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Not Joe.

When he was tasked to follow the soul of a guy who had just been killed in an automobile accident south of San Francisco. He followed the soul direct towards the moon.

It was being wrapped up in 'something'

As he got closer to the moon he was warned mentally to "Stay away. This is not your place."

The warning eventually got so loud and threatening that he broke of the chase.

He never got close enought to see anything.

 


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