Secrets of Our Spaceship Moon

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Dell, 1979 - 282 pages
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If you read just one book about our moon, read this one by Don Wilson: "Secrets of Our Spaceship Moon." Not only will you be convinced that our moon is a hollowed out kind of Noah's Ark, but you will be absolutely convinced that aliens have actually steered our moon, which is not really ours, into its present orbit. One of the proofs of this is the age of the moon rocks, which when examined where said to be older than the earth and our solar system: 4-20 billion years of age. This book reveals and explains the many alien constructions that have been photographed on the moon by the Apollo Missions: a dome over ten miles high with a single glass pane still intact about two thirds of the way up....There is a video of this dome made by Richard C. Hoagland that was shown at the United Nations. in a closed session and is now available to the public....The recent documentary that was shown on the Sy-Fy channel: "Aliens on the Moon," on July of 2014 is further proof of this book's revealing scientific facts...If you can still get a used copy of the book you will be rewarded with the key to the UFO mystery and our very creation, as the many books by the scholar Zacharia Sitchin wrote about starting with his cult classic: "The 12th Planet." However, he never mentioned the moon as the present home of the aliens who created us, which he claimed came from a planet outside the orbit of Pluto that crossed the orbit of Mars and the Earth every 3600 years, the planet Marduk. This book by Don Wilson is the missing link Mr. Sitchin was looking for, together with George H. Leonard's book: "Somebody Else is on the Moon," which the documentary "Aliens on the Moon," by the Sy-Fy channel was based upon.  

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User Review  - Patrick Koehn - Goodreads

I can't believe I'm reading this thing, really. I'm a big fan of fringe science, but this one goes too far. Despite the fact that the author taught Physics at a not-to-be-named-by-me University, he plays fast and loose with the laws of Physics. Good thing this piece of poo is out of print. Read full review


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