I don’t know if there are men on the moon, but if there are they must be using the earth as their lunatic asylum. –George Bernard Shaw
Who Built the Moon? is a book by Christopher Knight and Alan Butler. It details many extraordinary mathematical and other connections between the Moon, Earth and the Sun. The key to these alignments and connections is the size, position and movement of the Moon. It is well beyond miraculous ‘chance’ that the Moon is what it is and where it is. Moon anomalies are so many and so various that Irwin Shapiro, from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics said: “The best possible explanation for the Moon is observational error – the Moon doesn’t exist.’ Knight and Butler write:
The Moon is bigger than it should be, apparently older than it should be and much lighter in mass than it should be. It occupies an unlikely orbit and is so extraordinary that all existing explanations for its presence are fraught with difficulties are none of them could be considered remotely watertight.
Isaac Asimov, a Russian professor of biochemistry and writer of popular science books, said that the Moon, which has no atmosphere and no magnetic field, is basically a freak of nature in that Earth is the only planet in the solar system orbited by a satellite so enormous in relation to the world it circles. It is bigger than the planet Pluto. Some scientists have even called it a twin-planet system, rather than a planet and a satellite. Asimov said that by all cosmic laws, the Moon should not be orbiting Earth. He went on:
… we cannot help but come to the conclusion that the Moon by rights ought not to be there. The fact that it is, is one of the strokes of luck almost too good to accept… Small planets, such as Earth, with weak gravitational fields, might well lack satellites…
… In general then, when a planet does have satellites, those satellites are much smaller than the planet itself. Therefore, even if the Earth has a satellite, there would be every reason to suspect… that at best it would be a tiny world, perhaps 30 miles in diameter. But that is not so. Earth not only has a satellite, but it is a giant satellite, 2160 miles in diameter. How is it then, that tiny Earth has one? Amazing.
There are so many anomalies with the Moon. It has no magnetic field, and yet moon rocks are magnetized. It has the phenomenon known as ‘mascons’ (mass concentrations ), which are large circular areas of unusually high density and a higher gravitational ‘pull’. Don Wislon, author of Our Mysterious Spaceship Moon, says it appears that mascons could be some kind of artificial construction. They are found in the vast plains on the Moon known as ‘maria’ that were once believed to be seas. About a third of the Moon facing the Earth is made up of these maria while there are a few on the ‘dark side’, and no one can explain why the two sides are so different. The Moon produces precisely the same seismic vibrational effects every time it moves closer to the Earth. How can this be if it is a natural phenomenon that would be bound to change over time? New York Times writer, Walter Sullivan, said it was ‘as though the ups and downs of the stock market repeated themselves precisely for each period of fluctuation’.
The oldest rocks collected from the Moon are far older than any found on Earth. Some moon rocks are said to date back to 4.5 billion years and that makes them a billion years older than any found on this planet. Harvard’s astronomy journal, Sky and Telescope, reported that the 1973 Lunar Conference was told how one moon rock was dated at 5.3 billion years old. This would make it nearly a billion years older than the predicted age of Earth. The rocks were also discovered to have a different composition to the lunar dust in which they were found, and the dust has apparently been estimated to be a billion years older than the rocks. Huh?
Science has no idea where the Moon came from and how it was formed, and none of its theories stand up to scrutiny. One theory was that it was captured by the Earth’s magnetic field, but science of that doesn’t add up. Another is that a body of the size of Mars smashed into the Earth and a great chunk of the Earth broke off to form the Moon. This is known as the ‘Big Whack’ theory, but when the science of that didn’t stand up, either, someone postured the ‘Double Big Whack’ theory. This is that the ‘Mars’ planet smacked into the Earth and then came back for another go. Talk about desperate. The truth is that they have no idea where the Moon came from or how it came to be where it is. Earl Ubell, a former science editor with CBS, asked:
If the Earth and Moon were created at the same time, near each other, why has one got all the iron and the other [the Moon] not much? The difference suggests that the Earth and Moon came into being far from each other, an idea that stumbles over the inability of astrophysicists to explain how exactly the Moon became a satellite of the Earth.
Christopher Knight and Alan Bulter reveal in Who Built the Moon? many remarkable mathematical connections with regard to the Moon, Earth and the Sun using the base number of ten. These mathematical synchronicities only work with these three bodies and not with any of the other planets or moons in the solar system. The Moon is 400 times smaller than the Sun, and at a solar eclipse it is 400 times closer to the Earth. This makes the Moon appear from Earth to be the same size as the Sun – hence a total eclipse.
The Moon has astonishing synchronicity with the Sun. When the Sun is at its lowest and weakest in mid-winter, the Moon is at its highest and brightest, and the reverse occurs in mid-summer. Both set at the same point on the horizon at the equinoxes and at the opposite point at the solstices. What are the chances that the Moon would naturally find an orbit so perfect that it would cover the Sun at an eclipse and appear from Earth to be the same size? What are chances that the alignments would be so perfect at the equinoxes and solstices?
The Moon always shows the same side or ‘face’ to the Earth during the period when we can see it. We never see what is called the ‘dark’ side of the Moon from the Earth. This is due to the synchronicity of the Moon’s rotation. It rotates on its axis in about the same time it takes to orbit the Earth, and this means that the same ‘face’ is turned towards Earth at all times. The Moon’s rotation is extremely slow compared with Earth’s, and in the time it takes for the Moon to complete just one turn, Earth will rotate more than 27 times.
Earth rotates at a speed 400 times faster than the Moon, and turns 40,000 kilometers on its axis in a day to the Moon’s 400. Earth spins 366.259 times during one orbit of the Sun, and the polar circumference of the Earth is 366.175 times bigger than that of the Moon. The polar circumference of the Moon is 27.31 percent the size of the Earth and the Moon makes 27.396 turns per orbit of the Earth. Knight and Butler say that if you multiply the circumference of the Moon by that of the Earth, the result is 436,669,140 kilometers. If this number is divided by 100 it becomes 436,669 kilometers – the circumference of the Sun correct to 99.9 percent. If you divide the circumference of the Sun by that of the Moon and multiply by 100 and you get the circumference of the Earth. Divide the size of the Sun by the size of Earth and multiply it by 100 and you get the size of the Moon. The writers correctly conclude that the number-play involved in with the Earth-Moon-Sun system is ‘nothing less than staggering’, and the Moon appears to have been inserted into the Sun-Earth relationship ‘with the accuracy of the proverbial Swiss watchmaker’.
Knight and Butler also say that the Moon, Earth and Sun are encoded with the unit of measurement known as the ‘megalithic yard’. This was discovered by Professor Alexander Thom, a Scottish engineer, when he made a detailed study of stone circles, such as Stonehenge, and other megalithic structures in Britain and France. He found that they all used a standard measurement equal to 0.829 meters (or 2.72 feet) and he called this the ‘megalithic yard’. Knight and Butler say that the circumferences of the Moon, Earth and Sun all conform to the megalithic yard. They write:
This all seemed very odd. The Megalithic structures were built across Western Europe were frequently used to observe the movements of the Sun and the Moon, but how could the unit of measure upon which these structures were based be so beautifully integer to the circumference of these bodies as well as the Earth?
There are countless indications that the Moon is hollow, and it is acknowledged that the core is far less dense than the outer layers. Some scientists say it may even have no core at all. NASA scientist, Dr. Gordon MacDonald, said in the early 1960s that ‘it would seem that the Moon is more like a hollow than a homogenous sphere’. He surmised that the data must have been wrong – but it wasn’t. MacDonald was right the first time. Dr. Sean C Solomon of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology said that the Lunar Orbiter experiments had vastly improved knowledge of the Moon’s gravitational field and indicated the ‘frightening possibility that the Moon might be hollow’. Cosmologist, Carl Sagan, made the point that ‘a natural satellite cannot be a hollow object’.
The Moon has only 60 percent of the density of the Earth, and an equal amount of Earth material would appear to weigh almost twice as much as that of the Moon. This has led some scientists to believe that the Moon either does not have an iron core and/or that it is partially hollow. A team at the University of Arizona said they believed that the Moon does have a core, but it is tiny. Lon Hood, the team leade, said: ‘We knew that the Moon’s core was small, but we didn’t know it was this small… This really does add weight to the idea that the Moon’s origin is unique, unlike any other terrestrial body – Earth, Venus, Mars or Mercury’.
The Apollo 12 mission to the Moon in November 1969 set up seismometers and then intentionally crashed the Lunar Module causing an impact equivalent to one ton of TNT. The shockwaves built up for eight minutes, and NASA scientists said the Moon ‘rang like a bell’. Maurice Ewing, a co-ordinator of the seismic experiment, told a news conference that he had no idea why this had happened: ‘As for the meaning of it, I’d rather not make an interpretation right now, but it is as though someone had struck a bell, say, in the belfry of the a church a single blow and found that the reverberation from it continued for 30 minutes.’ Dr. Frank Press from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology said that for a ‘rather small impact’ to produce an effect that lasted for 30 minutes was ‘quite beyond the range of our experience’.
The Apollo 13 mission to the Moon in 1970 was aborted due to potentially catastrophic technical problems and the Saturn V launch vehicle, weighing 15 tonnes, was crashed into the Moon about 100 miles from where the previous mission had left the seismometer. When the launch vehicle made impact with the equivalent of eleven tones of TNT, NASA scientists said that the Moon ‘reacted like a gong’ and continued to vibrate for three hours and twenty minutes to a depth of 25 miles. Ken Johnson was a supervisor of the Data and Photo Control department during the Apollo missions, working for a company contracted to NASA. He told Who Built the Moon? author, Alan Butler, that the Moon not only rang like a bell, but the whole Moon ‘wobbled’ in such a precise way that it was ‘almost as though it had gigantic hydraulic damper struts inside it’. All of which would explain why the Moon vibrates in exactly the same way every time it moves closer to Earth. The Moon was hit by a meteor with the power of 200 tonnes of TNT in 1972. This unleashed enormous shockwaves deep into the interior, but none came back.
The outer surface of the Moon is extremely hard and contains minerals like titanium. Moon rocks have been found to contain processed metals, including brass and mica, and the elements Uranium 236 and Neptunium 237 that have never been found to occur naturally. Uranium 236 is a long-lived radioactive nuclear waste and is found in spent nuclear fuel and reprocessed Uranium. Neptunium 237 is a radioactive metallic element and a by-product of the nuclear reactors and the production of Plutonium. How the heck did this stuff get into Moon rocks? They also found iron particles that don’t rust, and again, this does not happen naturally.
The Moon is a Spacecraft
Two members of the Soviet Academy of Sciences wrote an article in 1970 in the Soviet Sputnik magazine called ‘Is the Moon the Creation of Alien Intelligence’? Mikhail Vasin and Alexander Shcherbakov suggested that the Moon was a planetoid that had been hollowed out using huge machines by unknown beings with highly advanced technology. If this technology was nuclear in nature it would explain the presence of the uranium 236 and neptunium 237. Vasin and Shcherbakov said the machines would have melted rock to form cavities within the Moon and the lava would have poured out onto the surface to produce a lunar landscape made from metallic rocky slag. They said that for whatever reason the Moon was eventually placed in orbit around the Earth. This is a part of what they wrote in Sputnik magazine:
If you are going to launch an artificial sputnik, then it is advisable to make it hollow. At the same time it would be naïve to imagine that anyone capable of such a tremendous space project would be simply satisfied with some kind of giant empty trunk hurled into near-Earth trajectory.
It is more likely that what we have here is a very ancient spacecraft, the interior of which was filled with fuel for the engines, materials and appliances for repair work, navigation instruments, observation equipment and all manner of machinery… in other words, everything necessary to enable this ‘caravelle of the Universe’ to serve as Noah’s Ark of intelligence, perhaps even as the home of a whole civilization envisaging a prolonged (thousands of millions of years) existence and long wanderings through space (thousands of millions of miles).
Naturally, the hull of such a spaceship must be super-tough in order to stand up to the blows of meteorites and sharp fluctuations between extreme heat and extreme cold. Probably the shell is a double-layered affair – the basis of a dark armouring of about 20 miles in thickness, and outside it some kind of more loosely-packed covering (a thinner layer – averaging about three miles). In certain areas – where the lunar ‘seas’ and ‘craters’ are, the upper layer is quite thin, in some cases, non-existent.
The facts support this thesis and explain the long list of anomalies. Dr. D L Anderson, a professor of geophysics and director of the seismological laboratory at the California Institute of Technology, said ‘the Moon is made inside out’ and that its inner and outer compositions should be the other way around. Vasin and Shcherbakov said that the material inside the Moon was brought to the surface to make the outer shell. The thinner outer layer, averaging about two and half to three miles, but sometimes going deeper, would explain why moon craters are nothing like as deep as they should be given the width of the impact. They are uniformly shallow. Foreign bodies like meteorites are prevented from going depper when they hit the ‘dark armouring of about 20 miles in thickness’.
Vasin and Shcherbakov said that when a meteor strikes the Moon the outer layer plays the role of a buffer before the foreign body strikes the impenetrable 20-mile armour plating, which is only slightly dented. ‘Bearing in mind that the Moon’s defence coating is, according to our calculations, 2.5 miles thick, one sees that this is approximately the maximum depth of the craters.’ They have pointed out that surface of lunar rocks have been found to contain titanium, chromium and zirconium, which are all metals ‘with refractory, mechanically-strong and anti-corrosive properties’. ‘Refractory’ metals are extraordinarily resistant to heat and to wear, and the scientists said that the combination found on the surface of the Moon would have ‘enviable resistance to heat and the ability to stand up to means of aggression’. Vasin and Shcherbakov continue:
If a material had to be devised to protect a giant artificial satellite from the unfavourable effects of temperature, from cosmic radiation and meteorite bombardment, the experts would probably have hit upon precisely these metals. In that case it is not clear why lunar rock is such an extraordinarily poor heat conductor – a factor which so amazed the astronauts? Wasn’t that what the designers of this super sputnik of Earth were after? From the engineers’ point of view, this spaceship of ages long past which we call the Moon is superbly constructed.
Some lunar rocks have been found to contain ten times more titanium than titanium-rich rocks on Earth. Titanium is used in supersonic jets, deep-diving submarines and spacecraft. Dr Harold Urey, a winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry, said he was ‘terribly puzzled by the rocks from the Moon and in particular of their titanium content’. He said the samples were ‘mind-blowers’ and that he could not account for the titanium. Dr S Ross Taylor, the geochemist in charge of lunar chemical analysis, said the problem was that maria plains the size of Texas had to be covered with melted rock containing fluid titanium. He said you would not expect titanium ever to be hot enough to do that, even on Earth, and no one has ever suggested that the Moon was hotter than the Earth. What could distribute titanium in this way? Highly advanced technology developed and operated by entities that are immensely more technologically advande than humans.
Vasin and Shcherbakov say that the strange variations in gravitation fields called ‘mascons’ in the flat maria plains can be explained from this perspective. The maria are areas from which the protective coating was torn from the armour cladding, and to make good the damage ‘the installation producing the repair substance would have to be brought immediately beneath the site so that it could flood the area with its ‘cement’ – a lava-like material’. The resulting flat stretches are what look like seas to the terrestrial observer, the scientists say, and ‘the stocks of materials and machinery for doing this are no doubt still where they were, and are sufficiently massive to give rise to the gravitational anomalies’.
The enormously different ages of lunar rocks and lunar dust can be explained by the cosmic travels of the spaceship Moon in which it would have picked up material from many places and of many ages. The Moon has a large bulge on the ‘dark side’ that can only be satisfactorily explained by the immense strength of a spaceship hull preventing the Moon from breaking apart. Unexplained eruptions of water vapour have been detected over areas of the Moon of some 100 square miles, with some reporst saying they are coming from beneath the surface. Farouk El Baz, who worked with NASA on the scientific exploration of the Moon, said: ‘If water vapour is coming from the Moon’s interior this is serious. It means that there is a drastic distinction between the different phases of the lunar interior – that the interior is quite different from what we have seen on the surface’. Vasin and Shcherbakov said there are gases within the Moon which creates an atmosphere that sustains life. If they escaped to the surface from time to time it would explain the vapour clouds that have bewildered scientists. Author and researcher Don Wilson lists some of the major lunar mysteries in his book, Our Mysterious Spaceship Moon, but they can be explained once we realize that the Moon is an artificially-constructed spacecraft. These mysteries include:
- Why the Moon is a freak world – too big and too far out to be a natural satellite of Earth.
- Why the Moon has such shallow craters.
- Why and how the Moon can sustain its bulge.
- Why some moon rocks are older than Earth, and as old (at least) as the solar system.
- Why the Moon seems ‘inside out’.
- The various mysteries of maria and mascons.
- How the Moon can be a dry-as-dust world and yet have occasional clouds of water vapour.
- Why the moon vibrates like a ‘huge gong’, transmitting tremors great distances around and through itself.
- How the Moon can produce so many contradictions of data and findings.
Excerpt from the book “Human Race Get Off Your Knees” by David Icke