Many of the phenomena seen on the moon’s surface seem to be the work of intelligent creatures. Two similar “constructions” have been observed at close range by US and Russian moon probes.
The Luna-9 spacecraft from Russia and the Orbiter-2 spacecraft from the United States both photographed clusters of solid structures at two different sites on the lunar surface. These two groupings of artifacts seem to have been put there by intelligent beings and are organized in exact geometric patterns. Our readers are likely unaware of these discoveries since American space authorities have opted not to disclose them.
The Luna-9 pictures, taken after the ship landed in the Ocean of Storms on February 4, 1966, depict two straight lines of equidistant stones that resemble runway markings. These spherical stones are all similar and are positioned at an angle that provides a bright sun reflection, allowing descending aircraft to see them.
When Russian scientist Dr. S. Ivanov, a Laureate of the State Prize (equivalent to a Nobel Laureate) and the inventor of stereo movies in the USSR, examined the photographs, he noticed that the second and third shots of the stones were taken at slightly different angles due to a chance displacement of Luna-9 on its horizontal axis. He was able to create a three-dimensional stereoscopic image of the lunar “runway” using this double pair of photos.
It’s unclear why the Luna-9 station moved its location between its second and third broadcasts. “Deformation of the lunar surface,” was the official Russian explanation. The earth may have settled at the landing site, or a tiny stone may have caused the initial instability.”
Whatever the cause, the Russian watchers were in luck. “We can declare that the distance between stones one, three, two, and four is equivalent with the stereoscopic effect,” Dr. S. Ivanov and Engineer Dr. A. Bruenko revealed. In terms of size, the stones are similar. There doesn’t seem to be any nearby height or elevation where the stones might have been rolled and strewn into this geometric shape. The items seem to be ordered according to specific geometric principles when seen in three dimensions.”
The picture above was taken by Orbiter H-2 from a height of 23 miles above the lunar surface, and it depicts shadows created by eight spires. The region photographed, according to NASA, is about 740 by 540 feet and is located at lunar coordinates 15 degrees 30′ E. And it’s 40 degrees 30 minutes north. The sun was 11 degrees above the horizon of the moon.
The graphic at the top of the page depicts the overall strategy for arranging these things. Numbers 3, 4, and 5 are in the exact identical configuration as the pyramids of Cheops, Chephren, and Menkaura in Gizeh, Egypt, according to Russian experts who studied the geometrical correlations among the artifacts. According to Russian estimations, the tallest spire, number 7, is as tall as a fifteen-story structure.
The second batch of images was taken over the Sea of Tranquility by America’s Orbiter-2 on November 20, 1966, at a height of 29 miles above the lunar surface. The photos reveal what seem to be the shadows of eight pointed spires fashioned like Cleopatra’s Needle (the ancient Egyptian obelisk currently in Central Park in New York) and the Washington Monument at a place some 2,000 kilometers from the “runway” claimed by the Russians on the Ocean of Storms.
Only the shadows of these spires are visible because Orbiter-2’s cameras were pointed straight down at them; however, NASA stated that the sun was eleven degrees above the horizon, and based on this, American space scientists estimated that the “largest protuberance” is fifty feet wide at the base and forty to seventy-five feet high.
The Russian scientists who examined the Orbiter-2 photos, on the other hand, disagreed with the Americans’ estimates, saying that the smallest of the eight apparent obelisks was “similar to an extremely large fir tree,” while the largest was three times the height claimed by the Americans – or as tall as a fifteen-story building!
In addition, a geometrical study of the arrangement of these items has been developed by Soviet Space Engineer Alexander Abramov. He claims that they form a “Egyptian triangle” on the moon by calculating the angles at which they seem to be arranged – a precise geometric structure known in ancient Egypt as an abaka.
“The dispersion of these lunar objects resembles the layout of the Egyptian pyramids built by Pharaohs Cheops, Chephren, and Menkaura at Gizeh, near Cairo,” writes Abravov. The spires of this lunar abaka are positioned in the exact same manner as the apexes of the three big pyramids.”
What is America’s stance on the research of the enigmatic lunar objects? “Yes, we know of these images, and they were quite clear,” a top NASA official said when asked what had been done in the four years after these things were seen. “But there has been no speculation on them, and they have been filed for now.”
We find such an attitude toward something that is of primary importance to our whole moon-probing mission, particularly one that has been publicly explored by our competitors in this effort, incomprehensible.
The “Chronological Catalogue of Reported Lunar Events,” published by NASA in 1968, was a noteworthy publication. Lights, both fixed and moving, arise on the moon and then vanish; perfectly round craters that resemble domes and are, in some instances, placed in perfect alignment; and dazzling mists and sudden patches of gem-colored outpourings are among the occurrences on this list.
According to John O’Neil, former scientific editor of the late New York Herald Tribune, he saw a massive bridge-like structure in the Sea of Crises (on the moon) behind which the sun shined when the sun was at a low angle. Other astronomers subsequently corroborated this. Recent literature is replete with accounts of wall-like formations that form perfect squares or rhombs; rills that resemble water-eroded river beds; and even a grid of streets on the lunar surface.
Of fact, many of these ostensibly man-made buildings, as viewed from above, subsequently turn out to be natural formations. One such natural feature may be seen in the southern border of the Sahara Desert in Northern Nigeria, which looks to be a vast arrangement of structured walls when viewed from above.
After its gentle lunar landing in February 1966, the Soviet spacecraft Luna-9 took the two photographs at the top. Photos reveal a shadow cast by a tiny solid object, one of many apparent “markers” strewn over the lunar surface approximately two thousand kilometres from the spires’ location. The diagram depicts an arrangement of stones, many of which are the same size, shape, and distance apart.
From an orbiting spacecraft, the Barringer Crater in Arizona seems to be a man-made structure.
We still know relatively little about what is on the moon’s surface, despite both human and unmanned landings, simply because of its immensity, the enormous variation of its geography, and the still very restricted range of our probes.
Assume that the earth was examined from the moon by two human landings, one in Utah and the other in East Africa. How much would we learn about the remainder of the planet’s surface? On approach, our oceans, lakes, mountain ranges, and rivers may be spotted and photographed from above, but how many smaller things, such as pyramids and obelisks, built by thinking creatures with an intelligent design in mind, may go unnoticed; or, even worse, may be seen and filed away simply because they did not conform to what the experts at home base considered possible?
Though the mystery moon objects have received little attention in our nation, the Orbiter-2 obelisk shots and the Luna-9 runway photographs were extensively circulated in the Soviet Union, since Russian scientists have long been keen on finding proof of alien life.
Furthermore, Russian experts are also pondering if intelligent people may have visited our moon long ago and created permanent monuments and landing grounds there.
The question should not surprise us since the Russians have been searching for archeological and historical proof of higher life species visiting our planet for a long time.
They’ve accumulated a lot of evidence in favor of this theory, and it’s starting to seem a little overwhelming. They say, for example, that many Biblical events, such as the apparent atomic bomb destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, are genuine descriptions of such visits.
They’ve discovered metallic discs in Asiatic caves that seem like current record-playing platters, and they’ve released images of early Christian wall murals from ancient monasteries in Yugoslavia that appear to depict angels in spaceships.
A lot of odd material objects clearly imply an alien origin or influence. Scholars are currently analyzing the Egyptian pyramids’ sealed chambers with the most modern and sensitive electromagnetic instruments in order to better understand them.
“Either the geometry of the pyramids is in severe mistake, which would influence our readings, or there is a mystery which is beyond explanation… there is some force at work in the pyramids that defies the rules of physics,” one scientist, Dr. Amr Gohed, told the London Times.
Dr. Carl Sagan proposed the potential of extraterrestrial impact on the moon during an American Rocketry Society conference, saying simply, “Intelligent people from elsewhere in the cosmos may have – or have had bases on the opposite side of our moon.”
Despite the fact that the discovery is fascinating, no photographs obtained with contemporary satellites have been made public.
Why, we may wonder, did man ever start creating obelisks in the first place? It’s a difficult profession that seems to have no meaning. Is there a connection between the origins of obelisks on Earth and those on the Moon? Could both be ancient landmarks constructed by extraterrestrial space visitors to guide future arrivals?