I believe there is bonafide UFO footage taken in outer space that doesn't have an IFO explanation. Space programs like NASA probably can't contain all of it nor keep astronauts from talking. That being said I never got into NASA footage for the simple fact that there could be things that appear like a UFO but have a natural explanation. People more familiar with space footage, maybe have worked for NASA at one point could go Aha! that's just an ice crystal or a piece of debris propelled by one of the shuttle thrusters.
This is interesting. Were we warned off the Moon by ET's? Art Bell used to always ask this question on his program.
I've read your article about UFO bases on the Moon and the Nasa Moon program. It is striking similar to the info that I was told in 1997. The only thing that wasn't mentioned was during the Moon landing in 1969, Nasa received a television signal from what I was told about 20 seconds in length. It was a blackened image with some alien language apparently of an alien. When Nasa translated the audio they said it was a warning for them to stay off of the Moon and not to attempt space travel. Also most of that info I was told came from Werner Von Braun's son. He may be a person I believe you may want to interview sometime. He spoke very freely about Nasa and UFOs, and he seemed to have been passed along a lot of info from his father as well. Though he may be under some government secrecy agreement or he may still be working for the government. -- Matt R
This was grabbed of the internet a long time ago. I can't find any info on Wernher von Braun 's son who allegedly heard some ET info from his father.
So what’s the truth? Did Neil Armstrong really see extraterrestrial vehicles on the moon, who eventually warned NASA not to return? With Armstrong’s death we will perhaps never have his personal version of what really happened on that July day in 1969.
Edited by topsecretresearch, 31 December 2012 - 09:11 AM.
Dr. Neighbors said her husband was von Braun's surrogate and would go with him to meetings with the intelligence community in Washington.
At the time, because the meetings were so top secret, she didn't know anything about where they were going, why or with whom.
Years later her husband was able to confide in her that because von Braun's background was in Nazi Germany, he could not get the highest security clearance. Bill could, so he would attend the meetings, then report to his boss.
Interesting info. Using a co-worker to access secrets. Very clever of Wenher von Braun.
"He (von Braun) thought that I, as a woman in those days with curly hair and short skirts, could get into any meeting where a man could probably never say the things that I could." -- Dr. Carol Rosin
Also very clever of von Braun. Using a female to spread info.
Edited by topsecretresearch, 31 December 2012 - 09:44 AM.