Did we really go to the moon?


On the video footage despite the clarity of dark space the stars was missing from the sky. The American flag was waving even though there is no air on the moon. There was no blast creator below where the lunar lander had landed.


Brian O’Leary was a NASA Astronaut during the 60’s and served as a science advisor during the Apollo missions. He claims that the faking was a cover up due to competition to get to the moon first. People assume that whoever won the space race would win the cold war.


In 1957, the Russians launched Sputnik and it sent shock-waves through America. There was a real fear that nuclear bombs would be dropped upon America from space. People feared that Russia ultimate goal was to put a nuclear bomb site on the moon.


There was a saying at NASA “if you can’t make, fake it”. The astronauts were launched with the Satin5 however they didn’t go to the moon for eight days the circled the earth. Then on the eighth-day the command consul separated from the rocket and descended to earth. In the meantime, TV showed fake shots of men on the moon.


NASA had a forty billion dollar budget and could easily afford to fake a landing. It was technically impossible to land a man on the moon so they had to come up with an alternative. It is believed that the fake set for NASA was constructed at Area 51 a remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada. Specifically, in Nevada, high desert satellite photos of the desert reveal creator that look very much like the creator on the moon footage. Area 51 is one of the most guarded places on earth so no-one can get in there and have a look.


​Bill Kaysing says that the lunar lander was a prop landed on a stage and that’s why it didn’t make any noise as it landed. A lunar rocket sound is up near the 140-150 decibel range, how is it possible to hear astronauts voice over the running sound of a rocket engine?


LEM- Lunar Excursion Module Lander failed testing at Arlington Texas Air Force Base around three months before the moon landing. If the LEM was so unstable in the environment on Earth how did it land so flawlessly six times on the moon?


There is no blast creator under the LEM this requires an explanation, there should have been at least some ground scarring due to the design of the LEM central engine. To have LEM Lander blast the ground of the Moon and blow up dust, leads to the question how is that it was surrounded by footprints?


No sign of a blast creator is visible on any of the six landings. There is no sign of dust on the footpads of the lunar lander. When the LEM takes off there is no evidence that there is an explosion lifting the LEM up.


NASA controlled all the footage of the moon landing, picture, sound and film quality. When you speed up the film the astronauts running on the moon and the moon buggy driving are two times slower then they appear to be moving at normal speed.


If there is no air or wind on the moon why is the American flag waving?


There is also the question of shadows, if there was no light on the moon other than the sun how is it that in some photos shadows are seen being cast in different directions. In a number of photos, there appears to be a number of backlit shots indicating that there must be at least one secondary light source. The man who designed the cameras is Jan Lundberg, said he is at a loss to explain the how there were shadows and lack of silhouettes existence.


Two photos show exactly the same background however in one the LEM is present while in another the LEM is nowhere to be seen. There are also two filmed locations on day one and day two supposedly two miles apart however if you superimpose one bit of film over the other they look identical right down to the location of every single rock.


Crosshairs were on every still photo taken on the moon, yet in some photo’s the crosshair is behind the lunar rover, this is impossible. In another photo, the equipment in the foreground is covering the crosshair. In yet another photo the American flag is covering one part of a crosshair and astronaut is covering another. This leads to the unmistakable evidence that the crosshairs were added in later.


​Virgil “Gus” Grissom was a decorated astronaut who was chosen for the first mission to the moon, he had concerns over safety issues and once said, “Someone’s going to die”. 1967. Apollo 1, initially designated AS-204, was the first manned mission of the United States Apollo program, which had as its ultimate goal a manned lunar landing. A cabin fire during a launch rehearsal test on January 27th at Cape Kennedy, Air Force Station Launch Complex, 34 people were killed all three crew member Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffey


Gus Grissom family believe it wasn’t an accident. The cause of the fire is still a mystery and the capsule remains locked away in a military base.


Thomas Ronald Baron was a quality control and safety inspector for North American Aviation when it was the primary contractor to build the Apollo command module. After the Apollo 1 fire, Baron wrote a 500-page report on NASA safety protocol violations.


He said the Apollo program was in such disarray that the project would never land a man on the moon. He was harassed by NASA officials. One week after he testified at a NASA inquiry his car was struck by a train, he, his wife and stepdaughter were killed. Baron’s report mysteriously disappeared, to this day it still hasn’t been found.


Between 1964 and 1967 a total of ten astronauts lost their lives in mysterious circumstances. This accounted for 15% of NASA’s astronaut core.


Van Allen radiation belt is radiation belt is a zone of energetic charged particles, most of which originate from the solar wind that is captured by and held around a planet. Earth's two main belts extend from an altitude of about 1,000 to 60,000 kilometres above the surface in which region radiation levels vary.


It is said that anyone going through the Van Allen Belts would become very sick and or die from radiation sickness. Other than the Apollo missions no other manned space flight has attempted to blast through this deadly radiation. To protect the astronauts the capsule would have needed six feet of lead shielding.


It is also possible that a magnetic storm from the sun could have killed the astronauts. Apparently, the Apollo mission coincided with one of the most intense solar storms ever recorded. No Apollo astronaut has ever contracted any serious radiation sickness.


Nell Armstrong has never given a public interview about the trip to the moon.


If NASA really landed on the moon, there would be evidence like the lunar lander left on the moon.  

Apollo 11

Neil Armstrong

Buzz Aldrin

Michael Collins

Flag waving on the Moon

LEM Lander with to Scorch Marks on the surface of the Moon