Sunday, July 26, 2009

Apollo Moon Hoax Book

Apollo Hoax

It's the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing hoax, and NASA has admitted that they accidentally erased the orginal moon landing tapes. Oops! 30 Billion dollars of our taxes spent to put a man on the moon and NASA erased the video. Nice work. For more information about the masonic moon landing hoax, click here

UPDATE: The book has been deleted. Lovely.


Ta-Wan said...


muzuzuzus said...

So --playing Devil's Advocate--can someone give me a detailed reason WHY the erasing of the original tapes is bad? I have just glanced at a recent article where it says they have digitally remastered the film which are even better

"WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The original recordings of the first humans landing on the moon 40 years ago were erased and re-used, but newly restored copies of the original broadcast look even better, NASA officials said on Thursday.

NASA released the first glimpses of a complete digital make-over of the original landing footage that clarifies the blurry and grainy images of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walking on the surface of the moon.

The full set of recordings, being cleaned up by Burbank, California-based Lowry Digital, will be released in September. The preview is available at

NASA admitted in 2006 that no one could find the original video recordings of the July 20, 1969, landing."

So my crucial question is: What is the fuss? They have digitally remastered ....errrr 'them'? WHY is it so damning that the origina; tapes are caput?

Eric Dubay said...

The fuss is, that's BS. As if NASA "lost" or "accidentally erased" the only original tapes of our 30 billion dollar enterprise of going to the freakin' moon. If you believe that, I've got some ocean-front property in Montana to sell you :)

muzuzuzus said...

you should have some fun with THIS ;)) at approx 14:00 he talks about NASA erasing the original tapes of the Apollo 11 mission!

Anonymous said...

No matter how people want to look at it, you must think as a detective would. For something as accomplishing as going to the moon, you would think the original would be kept, shown and replayed over and over. However, it was erased and "remastered" digitally? Destroying any evidence, none the less, is destroying evidence. And that, no matter who or what, should be investigated.

George said...

Guys Are you kidding me??? I think we all have erased movies from a tape in the past... Nasa did too

Eric Dubay said...

If the tape cost 30 billion dollars and was of world-wide importance I bet you wouldn't carelessly erase it ;-)