1999: Moon & Mars Research Fact Sheet & Contradictory Statements From NASA

The purpose of this fact sheet is to get you to become aware of what is going on around you. There are many contradictions and discrepancies in NASAs reports. All you have to do is open your eyes, ask questions, and/or do some research. The men who invented the radio, Marconi and Telsa, both reported receiving intelligent radio signals from Mars. In 1927 a government experiment to contact Mars with radio-telegraphy resulted in Morse code dots and dashes drawing a human face on a graph made from signals from Mars. For several decades astronomers reported seeing moving and flashing lights on Mars. Dr. Martin of Viking Control (Mars mission probes) said the biology instruments on Mars recorded positive signs of life and that there was carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and sufficient amount of water trapped below the Martian ground surface that could be released to cover the entire planet with […] Read More

1999: Electronic Weather Control: Why It Doesn’t Rain Much Anymore

Have you noticed how it¹s not raining much again; how most of the weather fronts that have managed to come through this season have been dissipated and broken up? Have you noticed the occasional weird cloud shapes that appear with the few fronts that do manage to pass by? And how the jet stream has been forced North again? How high-pressure ridges continue to dominate the Southwest? Some say the rain is being turned on (last year) and off (during the preceding 7-year drought and again this season) by an irritated and vengeful God. In reality, however, it is Man who is playing God and doing the dirty work. None of this is illusory or accidental, for there is powerful and compelling evidence that the bizarre weather patterns of recent years have been – to a very large degree – engineered, controlled, and influenced by both the Russian and […] Read More

1989/1993: The Vanishing Mars Probes

IKI in Moscow (the Institute of Space Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Soviet equivalent of NASA) had hoped that, just as the Soviet Vega spacecraft which flew close to Halley’s Comet in 1986 and took 10,000 instrumented observations, detecting grains of ice and dust, the very elements essential for life (hydrogen, oxygen, carbon and nitrogen), similarly the Mars Phobos II probe would also find signs of primitive life. But in March of 1989 the Russian spacecraft Phobos II, programmed for intensive studies of the geology of the red planet, disappeared from the Russian tracking system as it was performing a preliminary survey of the Martian surface. This was the most sophisticated, powerful and costly package of Soviet and European electronics and instrumentation sent to Mars from the Earth prior to 1993 and was expected to perform over thirty joint Russian-European experiments when all its cameras shut […] Read More