Once NASA/JPL and the military industrial complex understood that they could fund projects that were out of sight and out of mind for the general public, the Hollywood scriptwriting began. In this episode, we examine the lies for what they are and break down how we could get back on the right track. Enjoy.
We complain about the fakery that constantly spews out of NASA, but is there a reason why the majority still believe what is so obviously science fiction? In this episode, we examine some possible fundamentals that keep this deception a constant food supply for the weak minded. Enjoy.
As one unravels the multitude of evidence that space agencies around the world have engaged in deceptive portrayals of space footage, the question arises: why fake space? Why not put stars in ISS shots? Roasters in space? Is it because they can’t achieve an accurate representation of the stars in a square studio? Or is it something else deeper? In this episode, we examine the potential causes. Enjoy.
Bart Sibrel is the premiere documentary filmmaker when it comes to the hoax of the NASA Moon missions. His two films “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Moon” and “Astronauts Gone Wild” reveal all the essential information that anyone needs to see to understand that our government lied to us and in the process murdered more than one person to keep the story quiet. Today we get the privilege of sitting down with Bart and learning more about what drove him to risk his own safety to bring us this incredible story. Enjoy.
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The fake Moon Landings by NASA in the late 1960s to early 1970s is intriguing. The evidence is overwhelming. In this episode, we delve into a first analyst of some of the more interesting pieces of evidence. It isn’t complete by far, but a good start. Enjoy.
The jig is up with the space programs. All of them have been caught red-handed lying with fake images, theoretical unproven science, and paid off shills that publish their claims unceasingly. It’s time that we as a people expose their money laundering techniques, reclaim our perception of reality, and see if exploring space is possible. Let’s discuss.