Category: Out of this World


The crew of an Apollo mission to the moon were so startled when they encountered strange music-like radio transmissions coming through their headsets, they didn’t know whether or not to report it to NASA, it’s been revealed.

It was 1969, two months before Apollo 11’s historic first manned landing on the moon, when Apollo 10 entered lunar orbit, which included traversing the far side of the moon when all spacecraft are out of radio contact with Earth for about an hour and nobody on Earth can see or hear them.

As far as the public knew, everything about the mission went smoothly.


Published on Oct 13, 2015

In the 3rd and final day of the Bases Project 2nd International conference, with a Film Festival this time, ex British MI5 agent David Shayler gives an erudite and concise analysis of many issues involving MI5,MI6 and the basis of ‘law as love’. Reducing the corporate law as illegal. Let he explain better than this brief summary.
David appeared for free, and so his contribution is copyright free, and so, do please copy and disseminate as much as possible..
This is a welcome return of David after some years of apparent wilderness. He describes some of this during this short talk to a small intellectual gathering at St Johns Theatre on the Hill, Marlborough.

The Central Intelligence Agency has declassified hundreds of documents about unidentified flying objects that have been held as secret for some time.

Mostly, the documents hail from the 1940s and 1950s.

The CIA announced its move in a Twitter message that read: “Take a Peek Into Our #XFiles 5 docs for Mulder & 5 for Scully,” a reference to the popular television series that ran years ago, “The X Files,” that featured investigators of those last names. Here Is CIA Source page:…

And why isn’t the skys/space full of stars?

Why is he described as a “master of the dark political arts”?

The political strategist is reportedly due to receive the honour just months after leading the Conservative party to their first outright victory for more than 20 years.
But furious campaigners insist the claim is further evidence that ‘cronyism’ is rife within the honours system, which should be about ‘rewarding dedicated public service’.

Lynton Crosby

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