Daily Archives: May 15th, 2007

Tuesday Alien Tinfoil

I ran across an interesting find at ufo.whipnet.org, a video of a fly-by over the lunar surface that was made by one of our own space probes or one of our lunar vehicles from 30 years ago. Now don’t let the title of the article and the video fool you, the poster John (possible site owner?) makes a disclaimer, sort of. But it’s been a while since I posted some alien tinfoil and this looked cool. Enjoy.

Alien Ship on Moon: Apollo 20 Flyover

First things first, there was no official Apollo 20 mission flown. It was cancelled shortly after the first Americans set foot on the dusty rock.

On January 4, 1970 NASA announced it was canceling the Apollo 20 as its Saturn V rocket was now needed for the Skylab space station and budget restrictions had limited the Saturn V production to the original 15 flight models.

However, I am a believer in public version and private versions. I can see the US government wanting to get full potential from their investment, and that just might involve not letting the public in on everything that is going on.

The public got what they paid for. They got to see some historic landings and some silly missions of astronauts jumping around and peeling out in the moon buggy. But for the largest and most powerful capitalist nation to just up and leave, now knowing how mineral rich it was is hard to fathom.

So lets say Apollo 20 did happen, this video is supposed to show us approach footage for landing when what appears to be an alien craft is spotted below. He camera shifts to a higher res optic and focuses on what appears to be an ancient alien craft.

There are certainly holes in this video. Such as where are the voices? And how does he continue to pan around it and focus as the craft he’s in is whizzing by. The Apollo 11 frames at the beginning is puzzling, and not to mention the “billions of years” reference. Again, no voices?

Great video though and not an easy one fake if it is in fact that.