Mysteries | The theory accepted by most scientists about the origin of the Moon is that the Earth, barely formed, collided with another body, having almost the size of Mars. It is believed that our planet would not have been hit frontal but tangential, as it would just be called “scalp”.
The remnants of the Terra were pulled into ring-shaped circles around the Earth, before they regrouped, giving birth to the Moon.
But this is just a theory, and although it seems logical at first glance, there are some voices among scientists who claim that certain features of the Moon do not match this assumption.
In 1970, Mihail Vasin and Alexander Shcherbakov, two Russian scientists from the Soviet Academy of Sciences, proposed the theory of the Moon as an alien ship.
The two assumed that the Moon is a giant extraterrestrial ship that was covered with rock to look like a natural satellite.
Aliens, with superior new technology, were able to disguise their ship in a celestial body and launch it into orbit.
They have postulated that the moon comprises an outer rocky layer a few kilometers thick, covering a strong hull, probably 45 km thick, under which there is a vacuum, possibly containing an atmosphere.
In 1975, Donald Wilson published “Our Mysterious Spaceship Moon: Is Our Nearest Neighbor A Huge Alien Spacecraft?” in which he provided evidence to support this theory. In 1976, George H. Leonard published “Someone on the Moon,” in which he reprinted several NASA photos of the lunar surface claiming the theory above.
Whether those mentioned above were right or not, let’s see some of the mysteries surrounding this natural or artificial Earth satellite.
The Mysteries of the Moon
1. The moon is too big
Christopher Knight and Alan Butler explain in their book “Who built the moon?”
That our satellite is bigger than it should be, apparently older than it should be much easier in the mass than it should be again orbit Is suitable for a body of this magnitude.
Isaac Asimov, a Russian biochemistry professor, and writer of popular science books said that:
“The moon, which has neither the atmosphere nor the magnetic field, is actually a weirdness of nature.
Being bigger than Pluto, some scientists even called it a twin planetary system. Generally, when a planet has satellites around them they are much smaller than the planet itself.
So the Earth should have a larger satellite or around 100 kilometers … But it’s not like that. ”
Looking around at the other planets and their satellites, and gathering everything we know about cosmography and cosmic laws, the Moon should not exist in the Earth’s orbit.
2. The Age of the Moon
When the first moorings took place, several rocks on the Moon were brought to Earth.
Between 1969 and 1972, six Apollo missions brought 382 kg of Moon rocks, samples, pebbles, sand and dust to Earth on Earth.
Neil Armstrong’s rook is 4.6 billion years old.
In fact, our scientists estimated the age of the Earth and the entire solar system.
But at the Apollo Appointments Conference held in 1974, NASA scientists announced bringing Earth 5.3 billion years old.
700 million years older than our solar system!
3. The moon is empty
There are countless clues that the Moon is empty. Here are some of the scientific studies that show that the Moon seems to be empty inside:
– The Apollo12 mission installed seismographs and then intentionally collapsed the moon module causing an equivalent impact with a ton of TNT.
The waves resounded for eight minutes and at the end, Maurice Ewing, a co-director of the seismic experiment, said at a press conference “he sounded like a bell”. The same happened with Apollo 13 when one of the rocket stages produced vibrations for three hours.
– A team at the University of Arizona said they thought the Moon had a nucleus, but it is small. Lon Hood, the team leader, said, “I knew the core of the Moon was small, but I did not know it is so small … This even adds weight to the idea that the Moon’s origin is unique, unlike any other terrestrial organism – Earth, Venus, Mars or Mercury. “Yes, it’s artificial.”
– Dr. Gordon McDonald, the principal investigator at NASA, points out in an article published in the journal Astronautics in the July 1962 issue that by analyzing data on the observed difference between the actual moon movements in orbit and the calculated movements can conclude that the Earth’s natural satellite is rather empty inside.
– In his book called “Our Moon,” British astronomer Dr Wilkins states: “All data converge to the hypothesis that beyond the 30-50 km depth the moon has more or less free spaces – large cavities, subtle tunnels, Cracks – surface-cracked … The approximate volume of these gaps is likely to be 36 million cubic kilometres. ”
– Dr Harold Urey believes that under the bark of the Moon there are areas with lower density, possibly voids; And Dr Sean O. Solomon, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, said that the results from the various Apollo research revealed the possibility that the Moon was empty inside.
4. The magnetic field
The moon does not have a magnetic field, and yet many lunar rocks are magnetized.
There are phenomena known as “mascons” (mass concentrations), which are large circular areas of unusually high density and a higher gravitational attraction.
These are found in the plains on the Moon known as “Maria,” which were once considered large.
Approximately one-third of the surface of the Moon that we see from the Earth is made up of Mary, while there is little on the “dark side,” and no one can explain why the two sides are so different.
The moon is also suspected of having more magnetic fields. Data from Prospector Monthly Satellite revealed that the strongest concentrations of Lunar magnetic abnormalities are located opposite the largest craters.
However, in the absence of a global magnetic field (magnetosphere), no one can determine how this could happen.
5. Earthquakes on the Moon
Apollo missions are known to have installed seismographs on the Moon, but NASA has been greatly silent about the data from these devices. Hundreds of “moonquakes” are recorded annually.
Officially, most of them are attributed to meteorites that hit the moon; Others, called thermal quakes, are due, according to NASA, to the expansion of the crust to the first rays of sun after two weeks of darkness.
In November 1958, Russian astronomer Nikolay Kozyrev from the Crimean observer photographed a gas eruption near the Alphonsus crater along with a reddish glow that lasted about an hour.
In 1963, astronomers from the Lowell Observatory observed two nights of bright red light on the night of October 29, north of the Herodotus crater; On the night of November 27, the two red spots reappeared on the southern edge of the Aristarchus crater.
In June 1965, a sparkling white light from the Aristarh crater, which was then in the darkened area, was observed.
Knowing that the Moon has no volcanic activity, these phenomena are not natural.
6. Moon Craters
Why are the craters of the Moon so stretched and shallow?
The craters of the moon caused by the fall of the meteorites are also strange – very stretched, and so shallow towards their surface!
As if the meteorites encounter a very hard crust on their way through the bark of the Moon.
According to the theory of the two Soviet academics, M. Vasin and A. Scerbakov, this is due to the fact that the meteorites stop in the “armoured shell” with which the unknown builders have strengthened the Moon, 20-40 km below the bark.
The lunar circles, far from being old volcanic craters open painfully on the surface of the Moon, are in fact the places where those who have arranged the interior of the Moon pumped out rocks and liquefied metals outdoors to produce the necessary inner voids and blind the surface of the unexpected Interstellar, intergalactic vessels.
In the circus area, the gravity gradient is higher; The two Soviet scholars believe that this is due to equipment, fuel and all kinds of materials under the bark in the created voids.
The high percentage of metals contained in the lunar rocks and considered “strange” by Soviet and American scholars is due to the use of metals to strengthen the resistance of the bark to impact on meteorites – in its long-distance voyage.
At the beginning of mankind, the Moon does not exist at all
It seems that in the history of mankind there was a time when there was no Moon in the sky!
This is made clear to us by the ancient writers Democritus and Anaxagoras.
Aristotle writes that the area of Arcadia (Greece), before being inhabited by the Greeks, was populated by Pelasgians who occupied these territories before the moon was in the sky! For this reason, Pelasgians were also called “pro-moon” meaning “before the moon”.
Apollonius of Rhodes tells us that there was a time when “not all the heavenly bodies were in heaven, before the Danai and Deukalion races existed when the Arcadians only lived before the moon in the sky.” Plutarch also states in the “Roman Questions” the following: “They were Arcadians, the so-called pre-Moon people.”
Similarly, the poet Ovid wrote that “Arcadians possess their lands before Jupiter’s birth because the nation is older than the Moon.”
Hippolytus also states that “Arcadia is much older than the Moon.”
And Lucian tells us in his Astrology that “the Arcadians are older than the Moon.”
We can still remember Censorinus, who also states that “there was no Moon in the past in the past.”
By comparing four ritual calendars – Egyptian, Assyrian, Indian and Mayas, Romanian culture scientist Victor Kernbach demonstrates that the starting point of these chronological systems is common around 11,500 BC. And, far from being arbitrarily chosen, he marks not “a chronological beginning, but the age of great catastrophes in our solar system known under the generic term of the flood.”
And, far from being arbitrarily chosen, he marks not “a chronological beginning, but the age of great catastrophes in our solar system known under the generic term of the flood.”
A probable cause of these catastrophes could be the Earth’s capture of the Moon, more precisely the arrival of the Moon around the Earth, with all the consequences and changes to the cosmic and planetary scales involved in installing such a neighbour in the immediate vicinity.
Including very strong reflux flows both at the surface of our planet (ocean tide waves) and within it (magma tidal waves), flood phenomena, volcanic eruptions, and catastrophic seismic movements.
One of the consequences: the sinking of Atlantis.
Plato places the disappearance of the vast Atlantic islands 10,000-12,000 years before his time.
Another possible way of capturing our satellite – actually the adoption of the Earth by the moon, some scholars say – is the renunciation of the Venus calendar – the brightest star in the night sky before the Moon – and its natural replacement with the moon.
These facts discovered over time are the most important aspects that envelop the Moon in an incredible mystery.
Perhaps in the distant future, we will find out what the truth is about the “natural satellite” of the Earth.
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