The only pyramid NASA’s phony rover found was something someone left in the desert where NASA films their fake Mars footage. Snap some pictures in the desert and use your Photoshop to color them red. What a laughable joke!
The only pyramid NASA’s phony rover found was something someone left in the desert where NASA films their fake Mars footage. Snap some pictures in the desert and use your Photoshop to color them red. What a laughable joke!
So many god forsaken questions are asked in Tomorrowland. It’s always Why are we doing this? Why can’t we do that? What’s Happening? What’s Going On? Who in the hell are they? What is that? So on and so on. This is one of the most tiresome and annoying movies of 2015 and for good reason. The whole movie is a mess. From it’s crappy acting to crappy story, there is no hope once the first quarter of the movie is over.
I was also disappointed. This is one of the best concepts I have seen in a long time and to see it used in such tripe is cringe worthy. First off, the movie begins with traveling to an amazing world. It has a great visuals design and lots of creativity and it’s a good looking utopia. We then have a girl named Casey finding a rare demo pin used to transport people to the titular world and now she is on the run with an angry George Clooney and little robot girl. Also, Hugh Laurie is the villain. Just saying.
The concept is amazing and it’s just plain sad to see it not used enough. Basically, the whole point of the movie is to show that we are coming to the point in history where the world will turn into a dystopia. But we can change that if we all can come together. That’s Great! I love the concept because I totally agree. But instead, the whole movie is done so poorly that it is too busy doing it’s biggest flaw.
The flaw of Asking Questions. I know people need to get information out of people to make the plot go on. It’s necessary. But when you’re making a movie, you have to ask questions once in a while when something big happens or when something is about to be revealed. NOT EVERY 10 FREAKING SECONDS! The problem also is that they are unnecessary! Very! But they keep asking them anyways and it gets really annoying!
The movie’s climax is awful. The whole battle scene that ends the movie takes place in an empty deserted place with two big robots, one laser gun and a teleporter that leads back to Earth. WHO THOUGHT THIS WAS A GOOD IDEA!? Why not some place more lively? I mean, this was really the best you could come up with?
I’m sad and angry that this film doesn’t succeed in what it’s trying to tell us even though it is clear. I’m not surprised at why this movie flopped. This is so far the worst film of the year. Stay away from this garbage. What was Brad Bird thinking?! Disney can do so much better.
The future ain’t what it used to be, says Tomorrowland, and it says it again and again. There’s a plot, but it’s slight, and it’s structured in such a lackadaisical way that the film’s stakes don’t even become clear until the third act (there’s actually a joke about this in the movie’s opening, which is the first part of a wrap-around, and which feels mandated by the studio in an desperate attempt to give the film some structure). Young Frank Walker goes to the 1964 World’s Fair with a semi-functional jetpack he has designed on his farm, and he enters it into a science project competition that gets him the attention of a mysterious young girl named Athena, and which gains him access to the transdimensional dreamworld known as Tomorrowland, or more correctly John Galtville. Then the movie jumps forward to today, to a world fifty years later that is ugly and falling apart and that has lost all hope. The space program has been shut down and everybody’s watching post-apocalypse films and everything sucks. It’s our world.
This is the world in which Casey Newton lives, but she’s a dreamer. She’s hopeful. She’s committing sabotage on the project that is dismantling the launch platforms at Cape Canaveral. And this gets her noticed by a mysterious young girl named Athena, who gives her a button that, when she touches it, gives her visions of the tomorrow of Tomorrowland. She starts to pursue it, and she ends up with Frank, now a bitter old man who has been kicked out of paradise. Then they fight some robots and shit explodes at the end.
The famous photo of Buzz Aldrin standing in the spotlight is a giveaway in that he is being lit up in a spotlight from alleged sunlight while the ground around him is shrouded in darkness! How can the sun put a spotlight around a particular person like a stagehand pointing a spotlight on an actor or singer on stage?! This was obviously a major screw up, and NASA was reckless for thinking that no one would notice or that they could get away with it. In fact, it was such a blunder that NASA even tried to cover it up by brightening the rest of the surface in subsequent versions of it. Why would they do that if they had nothing to hide?
Here is the original version of it by NASA, which was released to newspapers in 1969:
Here is the edited version with the surface brightened up for the Lunar Surface Journal to hide the discrepancy:
Apollo defenders can’t explain this at all, so they’ve resorted to deception by claiming that the edited version is the original. But Jarrah White proved unequivocally that the spotlight version is the original one by showing newspaper clippings from 1969 which showed that one in his YouTube video Moonfaker: Posing for Portrait. So again, why would NASA alter the photos if they had nothing to hide?
NASA has become the laughingstock of the entire world. Straight from the horses mouth:
This spectacular “blue marble” image is the most detailed true-color image of the entire Earth to date. Using a collection of satellite-based observations, scientists and visualizers stitched together months of observations of the land surface, oceans, sea ice, and clouds into a seamless, true-color mosaic of every square kilometer (.386 square mile) of our planet. These images are freely available to educators, scientists, museums, and the public. This record includes preview images and links to full resolution versions up to 21,600 pixels across.
northerntruthseeker.blogspot.com / Friday, February 14, 2014
It is now just over 35 years since I was first told outright that all of NASA’s Apollo manned moon missions were faked…. At that time, as a 19 year old bright yet brash University student who had at the time so much faith in the “system” and never doubted anything written in our “history” books as well as what was told by our governments and media, it was an eye opener and probably the turning point in my entire life…. It did not take me long after that original revelation to deduce that the entire Apollo program was fake, and that man could not land on the moon for a myriad of different reasons…. For the longest time after that point in 1979 I would tell people outright that Apollo was a fraud, and people would laugh in my face… Well, 35 years later, and after people just do some of their own research, not many are laughing any more!
I have been part of the growing number of so called “Apollo researchers” for a long time now, and have used this blog as an outlet for any material that shows the fraud of NASA’s Project Apollo in all of its glory… And right now, I want to present a most interesting video that was sent to me just a short while ago via email, and I want to present it right here for everyone to view for themselves.. It is a video presentation of Marcus Allen, editor of “Nexus” magazine, at the 5th British Exopolitics Expo, held at the University of Huddersfield in the United Kingdom on September 28th, 2013… In this video, that I have right here for everyone to view for themselves, Marcus Allen brings forward some very damning evidence of the fraudulence of the Apollo moon program…. I have my own thoughts and comments to follow:
NewsMax / By Christopher Ruddy / 1999-Feb-11
Apollo Astronaut Was Murdered, Son Charges Virgil I. “Gus” Grissom, the astronaut slated to be the first man to walk on the moon, was murdered, his son has charged in the February 16 edition of STAR magazine.
In another stunning development, a lead NASA investigator has charged the agency engaged in a cover-up of the true cause of the catastrophe that killed Grissom and two other astronauts.
The tabloid exclusive by Steve Herz reports that Scott Grissom, 48, has gone public with the family’s long held belief that their father was purposefully killed during Apollo I.
The January 27, 1967, Apollo I mission was a simulated launch in preparation for an actual lunar flight.
NASA concluded the Apollo I deaths of Grissom, as well as astronauts Edward H. White and Roger Chafee, were the result of an explosive fire that enveloped the pure oxygen atmosphere of the space capsule. NASA investigators could not identify what caused the spark, but wrote the catastrophe off as an accident.
“My father’s death was no accident, he was murdered,” Grissom, a commercial pilot, told STAR.
Grissom said he recently was granted access to the charred capsule and discovered a “fabricated” metal plate located behind a control panel switch. The switch controlled the capsules’ electrical power source from an outside source to the ship’s batteries. Grissom argues that the placement of the metal plate was an act of sabotage. When the one of the astronauts toggled the switch to transfer power to the ship’s batteries, a spark was created igniting a fireball.
Clark Mac Donald, a McDonnell-Douglas engineer hired by NASA to investigate the fire, offered corroborating evidence. Breaking more than three decades of silence, Mac Donald alleges that he determined an electrical short caused by the change over to battery power had caused the fire.
He says that NASA destroyed his report and interview tapes in an effort to stem public criticism of the space program.
“I have agonized for 31 years about revealing the truth but I didn’t want to hurt NASA’s image or cause trouble,” Mac Donald told the paper. “But I can’t let one more day go by without the truth being known.”
Grissom’s widow, Betty, now 71, told STAR she agrees with her son’s claim that her husband had been murdered.
“I believe Scott has found the key piece of evidence to prove NASA knew all along what really happened but covered up to protect funding for the race to the moon.”
Scott Grissom told STAR the motive for his father’s killing may have been related to NASA’s desire not have his father be the first man to walk on the moon because of criticism leveled at Grissom in 1961 after his Gemini capsule, Liberty 7, sunk in the Atlantic.
Critics of Grissom, including novelist Tom Wolfe, have claimed Grissom panicked when his space capsule landed in the ocean, and he prematurely pulled an explosive charge to open the ship’s hatch, causing it to sink.
Fellow astronauts, however, gave Grissom the benefit of the doubt for several reasons. Grissom was a decorated Korean war pilot who had flown nearly 100 combat missions. He was a courageous man not known to panic.
There was also evidence that the explosive device on the hatch could accidentally blow without being pulled — a fact that led NASA to remove such devices from future spacecraft.
Also, had Grissom pulled the explosive release on the hatch, his hand or arm should have had powder and bruise marks. Neither were found.
Grissom, one of the original Mercury seven, was the senior astronaut when the Apollo missions began.
Among the astronauts, Grissom was the most critical of the problem-plagued Apollo program, and the main Apollo contractor, North American Aviation.
Shortly before his death, Grissom had taken a large lemon and hung it around the space capsule as the press looked on. He had suggested publicly that the project could never be accomplished on time.
The Associated Press reported, “`Pretty slim’ was the way [Grissom] put his Apollo’s chances of meeting its mission requirements.”
The Grissom family had reason to doubt the official NASA ruling from the beginning. Even before Apollo I, Grissom had received death threats which his family believed emanated from within the space program.
The threats were serious enough that he was put under Secret Service protection and had been moved from his home to a secure safe house.
According to his wife, Grissom had warned her that “if there is ever a serious accident in the space program, it’s likely to be me.”
The Apollo I disaster led to a series of Congressional hearings into the incident and NASA. During the hearings, one launch pad inspector, Thomas Baron, sharply criticized NASA’s handling of the incident and testified that the astronauts attempted to escape the capsule earlier than officially claimed.
Baron was fired soon after giving the testimony, and died, along with his wife, when his car was struck by a train. Authorities ruled the deaths as suicide.
During the Congressional hearings, Senator Walter Mondale questioned the efficacy of manned space programs. Manned space flights were opposed by many of the leading space scientists at the time, including Drs. James Van Allen and Thomas Gold.
William Charles Kaysing (July 31, 1922 – April 21, 2005) was a writer best known for claiming that the six Apollo Moon landings between July 1969 and December 1972 were hoaxes. He is regarded as the initiator of the Moon hoax movement.
Percy and Bennet surmise that Capricorn One was an effort by Apollo whistleblowers to tell the truth about the space program. It could well be, but we just don’t know. It’s also possible that the writer Peter Hyams felt the moon landings were faked and wrote it without any input from whistleblowers. Alternatively, he simply could have used the real world events to inspire his work of fiction. There are some startling aspects of the movie, however. Capricorn One has NASA (itself!) involved in a conspiracy to dupe the American people about a mission to Mars, passing off studio footage of actual Mars footage. The primary difference between the events in the movie and the claimed real life Apollo hoax is that the movie’s destination was Mars. More amazingly, NASA is portrayed as taking part in murders and elaborate cover-ups in order to maintain their deception. I feel that no major release would ever portray NASA as a murderous agency today.
A particularly striking scene from the film was when the NASA video controllers manipulated the filmed simulation by running the tape in slow motion to make it look like they were influenced by gravity weaker than the Earth’s. Aside from the detail that Mars’ gravity would not be so different from the Earth’s as to necessitate what looks like a 50% reduction in speed, this depiction is exactly what NASA seems to have done with the footage from the moon.
JPL — The occult roots of NASA
The Babalon Workings
In August 1945, on leave from his less than spectacular naval career, Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard was introduced to Parsons. Jack was impressed by Ron’s exuberance and energy and wrote in a letter to Crowley: “I deduced that he is in direct touch with some higher intelligence. He is the most Thelemic (Crowley’s branch of magic) person I have ever met and is in complete accord with our own principles”. Hubbard moved in and promptly gained the affections of Parsons’ main squeeze, 19-year-old Betty Northrop. He was soon initiated into the secrets of the OTO and made Parsons’ magical partner.
Jack Parsons was one Hell of a guy, and not just because he might have been the Antichrist.
John Whiteside Parsons was born in 1914, a child of wealth and privilege in unholy Los Angeles. His father took a hike while Parsons was a teen, and like so many other kids, young Jack successfully summoned Satan to assuage his loneliness. Hey, haven’t we all been there?
The departure of his father also left Parsons with an Oedipal fixation on his mother, according to his biography Love and Rockets (the author adds that later in life, Parsons is rumored to have filmed himself working through his complex through the novel approach of actually having sex with Mom).
Parsons was a bit of a wunderkind in two key areas — the occult and rocket science. Parsons legitimate claim to fame was in the latter field. He was by all accounts a brilliant chemist, who made major breakthroughs in designing the chemical composition of liquid rocket fuels.
Parsons’ fuel mixtures eventually helped America land on the moon (Ha! A likely story!) According to countercultural journalist Richard Metzger, Werner von Braun claimed that Parsons (a high-school dropout) was the true father of the American space program. Parsons helped create the famous Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena (the JPL, also affectionately called the “Jack Parsons Lab”).
You would think all this scientific achievement would be enough for one person in one lifetime, but Parsons had a much loftier set of ambitions. He wanted to tear down the walls of time and space, and he had an entirely non-scientific set of ideas on how to do it.
Parsons had always been interested in occultism, but his path to notoriety really started in 1941, when he joined the California-based Agape lodge of Aleister Crowley’s Ordo Templi Orientis. Parsons threw himself into the Eastern-inspired mysticism and hormonally inspired sex magic of Thelema, the religion Crowley had either devised or channeled from beyond, depending on your point of view.
Parsons was an immediate success. He quickly took over the Agape lodge. Crowley and his associates spoke of him as a potential successor to the Great Beast himself.
One of Parsons’ best pals in the OTO was a young L. Ron Hubbard. They shared a zest for the work, as well as a mistress. One of their big projects was the notorious Babalon Working. The ritual was supposedly intended to create a new age of free love by shattering the confines of four-dimensional space time, but the major portion of it appears to have been primarily focused on getting Parsons laid.
The first stage of Babalon involved invoking an “elemental mate” — which, fortuitously enough for Parsons, turned out to be a voluptuous redhead named Marjorie Cameron, who would later emerge as a star of occult-oriented films by experimental filmmaker Kenneth Anger.
Flush with the thrill of success, Parsons and Cameron set out to perform part two of the Babalon working, with Hubbard taking notes: Wild monkey sex with the goal of creating a “moonchild.” A moonchild in this context is best described as an Thelemic messiah, a magic homonculus monster child along the general lines of “Rosemary’s Baby.”
Phase Two collapsed on itself when Hubbard left town with a mistress and (allegedly) a substantial sum of money, both of which had previously been attached to Parsons. So if you’re angrily wondering why the Earth isn’t currently sex-soaked carnal paradise of peace, you can blame Hubbard.
Parsons got into a bit of a funk in the post-Hubbard era, which is reflected in the evolution of his magical work. Parsons’ next big project turned out to be the “Book of the Antichrist,” which is unsubtle making the connection clear:
“Now it came to pass even as BABALON told me, for after receiving Her Book I fell away from Magick, and put away Her Book and all pertaining thereto. And I was stripped of my fortune (the sum of about $50,000) and my house, and all I Possessed. Then for a period of two years I worked in the world, recouping my fortune somewhat. But that was also taken from me, and my reputation, and my good name in my worldly work, that was in science.”
Parsons “swore the Oath of the Abyss, having only the choice between madness, suicide, and that oath. (then) I took the oath of a Magister Templi, even the Oath of Antichrist before Frater 132, the Unknown God. And thus was I Antichrist loosed in the world; and to this I am pledged, that the work of the Beast 666 shall be fulfilled.” Who knew it was so easy?
Apparently noting that Antichrist is only a few letters away from “anarchist,” the manifesto that follows is in large part an exhortation to “do what thou wilt” in most things bodily-fluid-drenched, economic and/or political. The goal of all these efforts, according to Metzger, was to bring on the Apocalypse, since in theory things can only get better from there.
By now you may be thinking “What a load of crap!” But the FBI, none too keen about the notion that Parsons’ taxpayer-funded salary might be supporting the Antichrist and the hastening of the Apocalypse, took it seriously enough to open an investigation.
Documents recently released through the Freedom of Information act make up 130 pages of heavily redacted text in which G-Men try to make sense of Parsons’ religious beliefs and document his frequently careless handling of classified materials.
Parsons died in 1952 in his home laboratory, in an explosion generally characterized as “mysterious.” Various theories suggest that the explosion was the result of old grudges by his enemies, a sinister plot by the FBI, a magical experiment gone bad, the fact that his garage was filled with lots of explosive chemicals, or some combination of the above.
As for Babalon? Well, the jury is still out on the Apocalypse, but it’s worth noting that within two years of the Babalon workings, which began in 1946, the first Atomic Bomb was detonated, the Roswell crash sparked a rash of UFO sightings that continues to this day, and LSD was invented.
In other words, things got a lot weirder, and they’re getting weirder every day. Parsons is legitimately one of the fathers of the space program, after all, which is no small thing. Maybe he knows something we don’t… or maybe, in the end, he was just a sex-crazed maniac.
More about Jack Parsons in the book: Sex and Rockets: The Occult World of Jack Parsons
Award winning filmmaker Bart Sibrel presents his highly acclaimed (and much hated) controversial documentary showcasing newly discovered behind-the-scenes out-takes from the first mission
to the moon, proving that the crew never left earth orbit.
Never before in all of recorded aviation has a flying machine worked on its first attempt, much less the most complicated one ever imagined, landing on another heavenly body on its maiden voyage, and returning roundtrip with a crew that lived to tell,
all with 1960’s technology. (More computing power is found today in a $10 watch.)
According to William Kaysing, a NASA contractor for Apollo,
a classified interdepartmental memo rated the odds of a successful and survivable manned lunar landing on its first attempt at one in ten thousand. That is why the returning men of the mission looked so dejected rather than triumphant at their press conference,
as they were blackmailed into lying about the alleged greatest accomplishment of mankind, to the detriment of their own souls.