Something that the conspiracy scene has been buzzing for well, for years, is the possibility of structures being located on the moon.
One of the biggest proponents of this is Richard C. Hoagland, whose book The Monuments of Mars, examined NASA photos from Mars and helped stir about the Cydonia theory. Hoagland’s assertion that NASA has been covering up the true images taken by various probes and satellites has also forced him into investigating the moon. Another book of his, Dark Mission, proposes that a cover-up over the moon was put on in front of the public. (Find out more at his site EnterpriseMission.com).
Jim Marrs asserts in his Alien Agenda that the moon is hollow, and also, a foreign entity to our solar system. He suggests, in fact, that the moon itself is more like a death star, brought in here for unknown reasons – possibly to balance factors on the earth to help prime life on the planet.
Theories about the moon and its true nature are not new – they have been around as long as man has been looking up into the night sky. Robert Morningstar is also taking his shot and seems to be backing ideas proposed by Hoagland and even Marrs. On an episode of CoasttoCoastAM on 12/10, Morningstar shared with the audience his evidence for artifacts and craft that are jettisoned on the moon. With the recent landing of China’s probe, one can’t help but wonder what is truly going on up there.
Hoagland has been preaching there are structures on the moon for years and even sharing the possible composition of these structures – they are made of glass and concrete seemingly miles high because of the lack of gravity.
That Morningstar is joining the fray is not to be dismissed – there is quite a potential for building an audience with such a topic which also underscores the appetite for such subjects. Instead of mere quackery, such ideas seem to be taken seriously by the American public in general. Whether or not there is any truth in it, remains to be seen.