Latest NASA claims about evidence of first moon landing corroborates Swiss prophet Billy Meier’s precise warning – in 2004 – of new coming cover-up attempt; had foretold first moon landing would be faked in 1958
Playa del Rey, CA (PRWEB) September 08, 2011
New photographic evidence just released by NASA would seem to end any claims and controversy about a so-called “moon-landing hoax”. But in fact, the announcement itself may give even more ammunition, and credence, to proponents of the hoax theory.
"Swiss prophet, Billy Meier – who in 1958 foretold that the first American moon launch would indeed be a hoax – also predicted exactly the kind of announcement that NASA just published."
The reason for renewed doubts, instead of a conclusive elimination of them, is because it appears that Swiss prophet, Billy Meier – who in 1958 foretold that the first American moon launch would indeed be a hoax – also predicted exactly the kind of announcement that NASA just published.
According to Michael Horn, Meier’s American media representative, “Here we have another clear corroboration of Meier’s prophetic accuracy. What makes this so startling is that it’s almost as if NASA followed Meier’s prediction to the letter. Meier stated that the moon-landing hoax would be again perpetuated in the new millennium when, “the first Moon landing's ‘left-behind; objects and so forth, will be able to be ‘sighted’ on the Moon through a new telescope’. We first posted this information, from 2004, on our website in 2007.”
When asked why the government would commit the high crimes that Meier accuses them of, and try to fool its own citizens, as well as the rest of the world, Horn said, “Perhaps it’s because there are those in power who’ve figured out that many people can be fooled, badly fooled, as long as they still have an abundance of entertainment, sports and games to distract them. Of course, as many good, trusting people – who’ve seen their jobs shipped overseas, their houses repossessed and their retirement funds stolen – have found out, being fooled and/or distracted often comes with a very steep price. And the ultimate consequences for America, according to Meier, are anything but encouraging. I would only hope that we aren't too distracted to change things for the better, while we still can.”
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