Published on May 17, 2017
The main argument against the moon being hollow is that the only planetary body besides Earth on which extensive seismic observations have been made, is the moon. These observations concluding that it could not be hollow.
According to media reports, a private company known as moon express wants to mine the moon' and has allegedly received the full funding it needs to make its maiden voyage to Earth's satellite.
They have allegedly secured permission from the FAA to land on the moon, making it the first private company to do so.
Meaning the truth may soon be exposed.
A strange thing don’t you think?
Have you ever gazed upon a full moon and wondered, wondered how it got there, what strange forces could have possibly built it?
There are many moons within our solar system, yet few are as strange as ours.
No others are known to ring like a bell when struck, no others possess such luminosity as our moon.
In the 1970’s, Michael Vasin and Alexander Shcherbakov, of what was then the Soviet Academy of Sciences, advanced a thesis that the Moon is actually the remnants of a very ancient spaceship created by as yet, unknown civilization.
The article was entitled "Is the Moon the Creation of Alien Intelligence?", and was published in Sputnik, the Soviet equivalent of Reader's Digest.
The suggestion of a hollow moon first appeared in science fiction, when H. G. Wells wrote about a hollow moon in his 1901 book The First Men in the Moon.
Michael Vasin and Alexander Shcherbakov’s hypothesis, is based on the fact that large lunar craters, generally assumed to be formed from massive meteor impacts, are generally too shallow for scars made upon an organic body, and can have flat or even convex bottoms.
They proposed that small meteors are making cup-shaped depressions in the rocky surface of the moon, while the larger meteors are drilling through a rocky upper layer, hitting an armoured hull underneath.
Does George Lucas know something we don’t?
It seems he couldn’t resist adding just one crater…
The authors referenced earlier speculations by astrophysicist Iosif Shklovsky, who suggested that the Martian moon Phobos was an artificial satellite and hollow;
Interestingly, phobos has been claimed to appear to be hollow by numerous astronomers, who have stated that it appears to have an opening on one side, making it in a sense, similar in shape to an empty shell…
Phobos’s orbit is also a complete mystery, many who have researched it, claime that it should have crashed into the surface of mars, many moons ago..
Between 1972 and 1977, seismometers installed on our Moon by the Apollo missions recorded strange moonquakes.
The Moon was described to have been "ringing like a bell" during some of those quakes, the supportive evidence was then brought to popular attention in March 1970, in an article in Popular Science.] When Apollo 12 deliberately crashed the Ascent Stage of its Lunar Module into the Moon’s surface, it was claimed that the Moon rang like a bell for an hour, leading to arguments that it must be hollow.
Several you tubers, most notably crow 777 have supposedly recorded what are now known as lunar waves, if confirmed to exist this may prove there is some form of functioning shield or scanning system being seen working on its surface.
The fact that the Moon is less dense than the Earth is also strong supportive evidence that it is indeed hollow.