March 15, 2012

from YouTube Website



What Happened on the Moon...



Behind the official record of Apollo, has the 'hidden hand of history' recorded vital chapters that rightfully belong in the Apollo account?

The majority of us believe we went to the Moon in 1969 - it represents a tremendous achievement for mankind, the first time we have landed and walked upon another celestial body.

But what really happened on the Moon in 1969?

"If some of the film was spoiled, it's remotely possible they [NASA] may have shot some scenes in a studio environment to avoid embarrassment."
Dr Brian O'Leary astronaut

Did the Apollo missions really achieve NASA's aims? This enthralling production presents the flaws in the record of this land mark event in a graphic, dynamic, easy-to-follow way.

This video examines the problems with rockets and associated technologies as well as the serious dangers-that to date have not been overcome-concerning deep space radiation. Why was faking necessary?


Hear what NASA has to say in response to these disturbing findings.

"Of all history's great conspiracy theories – one of the most enduring, and one with which I have particular sympathy, is concerned with men landing on the Moon. Was it all, as some have reasonably opined, not a lunar touchdown but instead a strikingly recreated stunt on a movie sound stage... well away from prying eyes?"
Quentin Falk the UK Daily Telegraph

New evidence revealing significant errors in continuity between the Apollo still photos and the 'live' TV coverage suggests that NASA hoaxed the official record of mankind's first visit to the Moon.

These new findings are supported by detailed analysis and the testimony of experts from various disciplines. These include photographer/filmmaker David S Percy ARPS and physicist David Groves PhD. The numerous inconsistencies visible in the images are quite irrefutable.

Recent research indicates that the errors evidenced were deliberately planted by individuals determined to leave clues pointing to the faking of the record of Apollo.

During Project Apollo, six highly complex manned craft landed on the Moon, took off and returned to Earth using a relatively low level of technology. An 86% success rate. Since Apollo, twenty-five simple, unmanned craft with increasingly higher levels of technology have attempted to fulfill their missions to Mars.


Only seven succeeded. A mere 28% success rate for Mars.

Were the Apollo missions to the Moon blessed?