We’re not sure why NASA (seen above) is squashing data from the last two CMEs, but we suspect that it’s due to the “geniuses” at NASA and the PTW trying to secure The Event/”solar kill-shot” narrative (for maximum future fear value), not to mention Truth Pressure from all sides threatening to pop their dot.LIE balloon. Since we’re psychic and stuck for the time being on the Justice timeline (among others), let’s get to it.
This post and the previous CME/truth posts (here and here) are being heavily suppressed. Huh. Wonder why. First, here’s the impact of the latest (glancing) CME that wasn’t supposed to exist. First, here was the CME (a better version than our crude one from the earlier post):
Then we have the impact:
Once all this fake energy hits the earth, the earth processes it and messes up our fake sleep…
There’s also the International Space Station (ISS) lie. There is no ISS. This is an international boondoggle, a pile of junk hanging in low-earth orbit that’s all Fakey McFakepants windowdessing. Pieces of the movie-set fiction occasionally fall to earth as “mystery chunks” that no agency will claim:
This is actually what’s behind the mysterious “hole in the window” story that Putin keeps pushing out, suggesting that he’s about to unleash the truth about this international ISS farce.
Then we have the PTW’s/NASA’s first major lie: the fake moon landings, which we’ve not covered much, but looked at extensively. Ok, if you’re going to censor us, PTW, here ya go. Here’s an early test shot with full details:
- Fake astronaut: a ‘failed’ actor. It’s just a job to him, like doing a commercial. They couldn’t use actual astronauts for this, as it would’ve been too insulting; even the PTW couldn’t ask them to do this; the huge lies the astronauts were already facing were too much as it was. The first Neil Armstrong man-on-the-moon video was also done by an actor, who was killed later (poisoned), though the PTW made it look like an unexplained illness. He had dark hair and dark eyes, the saddest looking eyes. Poor guy.
- The Assistant Director, who interfaced with Kubrick on making the shots “convincing.” Kubrick would always say, “You’re not selling me. I’m not believing it.” And yes, that guy is is really sporting a sidearm (a .45 pistol) to maintain “control.” He never became famous. He worked for Kubrick and for the government (he knew what the govt wanted), but Kubrick called the shots; this guy was there to get the technical shots. There’s some some significance to the flag being backwards, some ca8al “America upside-down” symbolismthat gave them jollies.
- That’s a real TV cameraman, who only made about $100k for this work; not much money, considering. He’s not looking at the camera’s monitor since they’re in the process of talking through the set-up of the shot. (Note that the “LIVE” red camera light isn’t on.) All told, this whole set-up cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, but not millions; the money was a one-time thing for the crew. Gosh, makes you wonder where the actual space program billions went, huh?
- This is a ca8al stooge from a certain group (our Guides aren’t letting us see too much for safety reasons). The PTW wanted as few people in on this lie as possible. Kubrick consulted with people on technical aspects, but would couch the discussions within the bounds of other film projects, so no one knew exactly what he was consulting them about.
- That’s a rear projection of the earth onto a screen. They decided that they couldn’t do the stars, as it would’ve had to be perfect and they couldn’t get it right. If you were actually standing on the moon there’d be stars; however, while the stars are clearer on the moon, you don’t see the quantity that you see from earth, as the reflective properties of the bauxite-rich soil (on the sun-side of the moon) make things too bright. [Interesting that the moon only shows the earth one face, right? There’s some careful engineering and planning for you. ETs in action.] Note the edge of the backdrop.
- The whole thing was shot at the Lookout Mountain facility in the Hollywood hills. Kubrick had an eye for detail, and wanted this project perfect if he was going to be tied to it. The moon dust is just fireplace ash, which they later dumped out in the desert.
Kubrick was working on “2001: A Space Odyssey” at the same time as the moon landing fiction. This fake moon landing project actually inspired him to do 2001, but in a different way than originally intended. There are some fake-moon-landing references in the film, but we’d have to look at it again.
Here’s more. When you look at it all as a whole, it’s easy to spot the fakeness:
Here are more “moon” shots:
When you see it, you can’t STOP seeing it. Note the obvious backdrop in all the shots. This would be invisible in the crude video they used at the time, but not in photographs (waay before photoshop):
So, let this be your official wake-up call.
Here’s this again (it’s also at top), the original CME from this past week, a less jerky version than ours:
Which resulted in some interesting things. Lookie:
We need to do this as a new post.