Leslie "Dick" Groves and the Fake Moon Landings Exposed!!
exposé is going to the MOON using geocentric coordinates!!
Groves was born in upstate New York on August 17, 1896. His father
was a "Presbyterian" minister and Army chaplain. Like
"Baptist" Rockefeller he had the perfect disguise.
The ONLY verse
in the Bible that Groves knew was Matthew 6:3: "But when
thou doest alms, let not thy left
hand know what thy right hand doeth."
was not interested in giving money to the poor . . . in secret
. . . or in public!! He applied that verse to the making of the
Manhattan Project was conducted with the utmost secrecy. Even
the people working in the factories that produced the uranium
and plutonium were kept in the dark. This secrecy would be a dress
rehearsal for another multi-billion dollar Pentagon project:
man on the moon!!
Truman did not know of the bomb's existence until after he was
sworn in as President on April 12, 1945.
Groves built the Pentagon!!
Pentagon in Washingotn City was built by General Groves.
Groves began building the Pentagon on Sept
11, 1941, and the massive fortress was completed in Jan.
1942 he was placed in charge of the Manhattan Engineer Project,
established a month earlier, with the rank of Temporary Brigadier
General. The Manhattan Engineer Project was the cover name for
the atomic bomb project and, under his direction, the basic atomic
bomb research was carried out, mainly at Columbia University and
the University of Chicago. Project plants were established at
the Clinton Laboratory at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, the Hanford Engineer
Works near Pasco, Washington, and the secluded Los Alamos installation
in New Mexico.
scientist said Groves built the bomb "to subdue the Soviets"!!
Joseph Rotblat was one of the scientists who worked on the atomic
bomb at Los Alamos. He heard Groves say the the main reason for the
bomb was to subdue the Soviets.... In 1944, Dr. Rotblat left Los Alamos
MARCH 1944 I experienced a disagreeable shock. At that time I was living
with the Chadwicks in their house on the Mesa, before moving later to
the "Big House;" the quarters for single scientists. General
Leslie Groves, when visiting Los Alamos, frequently came to the Chadwicks
for dinner and relaxed palaver. During
one such conversation Groves said that, of course, the real purpose
in making the bomb was to subdue the Soviets. (Whatever his exact
words, his real meaning was clear.) Although I had no illusions about
the Stalin regime—after all, it was his pact with Hitler that
enabled the latter to invade Poland—I felt deeply the sense of
betrayal of an ally. Remember, this was said at a time when thousands
of Russians were dying every day on the Eastern Front, tying down the
Germans and giving the Allies time to prepare for the landing on the
continent of Europe. Until then I had thought that our work was to prevent
a Nazi victory, and now I was told that the weapon we were preparing
was intended for use against the people who were making extreme sacrifices
for that very aim." (Dr.
Rotblat, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, p. 18).
needed ROCKETS to deliver his weapons of mass destruction!!
Now that Groves
had his super weapon, he needed a delivery method. His long range bombers
could not reach all parts of the Soviet Union from Germany or Japan.
Compared to rockets, bombers were slow and easy targets of anti-aircraft
fire. Nazi Germany was in the process of developing rockets to deliver
nukes to London and Moscow. The rocket factory was a notorious underground
fired at Peenemünde in North-West Germany during WW II
Nazis realized very early that ROCKETS were the ideal delivery
method for weapons of mass destruction. Due to allied bombing,
they had to locate the rocket factory underground:
Allies discovered Dora and the Mittelwerk when United States
Army troops entered the area on April 11, 1945. They unearthed
a human disaster that had been planned by the Nazi regime, executed
by the SS, and compounded by the economic collapse of the Third
Reich in the final weeks of the war. The victorious army discovered
corpses everywhere. Hundreds of victims had been dumped on the
ground adjacent to the crematorium, a low building part way
up a hill. In the days before liberation, thousands died of
starvation and cholera. Bodies were fed into the ovens four
at a time, day and night, but piled up faster than the ovens
could consume them. At the nearby city of Nordhausen, the Nazis
also created an associated camp to house even more slaves for
the Mittelwerk. It, too, was littered with corpses. By one estimate,
it held 6,000 bodies in varying stages of decomposition. During
their two years of operation, 60,000 inmates passed through
the Mittlewerk and the Dora, Nordhausen, and associated concentration
camps; at least 25,000 died there." (Piszkiewicz, Wernher
von Braun: The Man who Sold the Moon, p. 49).
Robert Goddard—the father of rocketry—died a very timely
Dr. Robert Goddard,
a Massachusetts professor who relocated to the wide open spaces of New
Mexico in 1930, was the father of rocketry:
(Oct. 5, 1882-Aug. 10, 1945).
Robert Goddard (Oct. 5, 1882-Aug. 10, 1945) was the inventor of
the missile or rocket. He held over 200 patents on all phases
of rocket design. He received some help from the Smithsonian Institution
and the Guggenheim Foundation but most of his work was accomplished
he received no help from the military. Then he was invited
to leave his home in Roswell, New Mexico, and move to Annapolis,
Maryland, to work for the Navy on rocket design. This was a very
strange request because the Nazi rocketeers were sent to White
Sands, New Mexico, to perfect Dr. Goddard's rockets.
the captured German missiles were shipped from Peenemüde
to Maryland, Dr. Goddard saw right away that all of them
were his design!!
He was a pacifist
at heart and envisioned rockets as a way of going to outer space.
He would never give General Groves his patents to make rockets
to deliver weapons of mass destruction.
to the moon man Wernher von Braun was an SS Major!!
Wernher von Brain—the
moonfaker— was a Major in the dreaded SS:
Himmler, Reichführer SS visits Peenemünde. The man
in the black SS uniform standing behind Himmler is Wernher von
Braun. To the left of Himmler is Major General Walter Dornberger,
commanding officer of the Peenemünde Rocket Facility.
von Braun (right front), despite having his arm in a cast, was
confident and in good spirits after he and Gen. Walter Dornberger
(left front, holding a cigar), and others surrendered to the
United States Army on May 2, 1945.
Wernher von Braun
(1912-1977) was a Sturmbannfüehrer in the dreaded SS.
This was the equivalent of Major in the U.S. Army. The rockets were
all based on Dr. Goddard's design and produced by slave labor
from the Dora-Mittelwerk concentration camp:
of Nazis at Peenemünde showing von Braun in the center and
not wearing his SS uniform.
Nazis visit Peenemünde
on May 26, 1943. Wernher von Braun is second from right and not
wearing his SS uniform.
Braun arrived in the U.S. just after the death of Dr. Goddard!!
Von Braun was one
of a group of 7 Nazi rocketeers who arrived in the U.S. on Sept. 18,
The young man who stepped off the C54 cargo plane thought of himself
as an immigrant who like many before him came to America to pursue his
dream, build a new life, and leave behind crimes of the past. His arrival
at Newcastle Army Air Base in Wilmington, Delaware, on September 18,
1945 was a second birth, and the official circumstance was a baptism
that cleansed him of the original sin of his first life .
He arrived not as a free man, however, but in the custody of the United
States Army. He was one of a group of seven German rocket experts, the
vanguard of a larger team that the Army recruited under Operation Overcast
(later renamed Project Paperclip) to exploit for their technical expertise.
He was the senior member of the group although not the oldest, and he
had been its leader in Germany since the beginning, even before the
Nazis came to power. His name was Wernher von Braun." (Piszkiewicz,
Wernher von Braun: The Man who Sold the Moon, p. 5).
Collier's magazine launched the career of Wernher
1952, the Pentagon assigned Wernher von Braun a ghostwriter and he
wrote several articles for Rockefeller owned Collier's magazine
about space travel and journeys to the moon and Mars:
at work for Collier's magazine
the Collier's magazine symposium in New York City in early 1952 that
led to the publication of a seminal eight-article series on space travel.
Left to right, science writer and rocket expert Willy Ley; Dr. Fred
L. Whipple, chairman, Department of Astronomy, Harvard University; von
Braun; artists Chesley Bonestell, Rolf Klep, and Fred Freeman; and Cornelius
Ryan, series editor as well as associate editor at Collier's.
Disney and Wernher von Braun!!
After World War
II, ex-Nazis were not very popular in the U.S. Especially war criminals
like Wernher von Braun. If he was to lead the Pentagon space program,
he would need an image overhaul. This is where Walt Disney entered the
picture. Disney had a snow white image and nobody
would suspect him of working with SS Nazis rocketeers.
and Wernher von Braun. Von Braun was technical director for Walt's
"man to the moon" movie.
also advised Disney on "Tomorrowland" at Disneyland
1954, Walt Disney—of Mickey Mouse fame—liked the Collier's
magazine articles so much that he decided to hire von Braun
as a "technical director " on "Tomorrowland"
at his new theme park in California called Disneyland.
In 1955, Walt
Disney made 3 TV movies with von Braun as technical director:
Man in Space, First Men to the Moon, and Journey
TV movies looked so realistic that the millions who watched them
were brainwashed into believing that they were real!!
desperately needed money to build ICBM's and rockets that would
be able to deliver weapons of mass destruction to the Soviet Union.
If Walt Disney
could simulate a moon landing in a studio (much cheaper), then
the $20 billion dollars which Congress appropriated for the moon
landing could be used to fight the Cold War with the Soviet Union
The space race
and the Vietnam War would also DISTRACT the people while Rockefeller
stole the Presidency without an election.
FICTION changed into science FACT very quickly when the Pentagon needed
funds to develop rockets to deliver weapons of mass destruction to Russia:
Braun's "book" based on the Collier's magazine
science fiction series.
astronauts land on the moon in the Wernher von Braun book. This
science fiction book was actually more factual than NASA because
it showed STARS in the background!!
from the 1953 science fiction book Conquest of the Moon
by Wernher von Braun and Cornelius Ryan.
Module LM that put Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck on the moon
in July 1969!!
Chesley Bonestell and Wernher von Braun with a model of the moonship.
Allen Radiation Belt.
radiation belt beginning at about 400 miles and stretching
out for thousands of miles were discovered by Explorer I in
1958. This cosmic radiation will literally FRY humans or animals
who venture into its deadly path.
The Van Allen
is a quote about just one of the dangers of space travel from
scientist von Braun in his 1960 book: First Men to the
there is the Van Allen Radiation Belt (page 69). Just
a little over a year ago we didn't even know it existed. Explorer
I, equipped to measure the intensity of the previously mentioned cosmic
radiation, gave us the first indication that there was something completely
unsuspected up there. Two more Explorers unveiled the fact that the
earth is surrounded with two concentric, doughnut-shaped rings of
"trapped radiation." Electrically charged particles—apparently
mainly electrons— endlessly circle around and up and down the
magnetic field lines which connect the magnetic North and South Poles
like a grid of meridians. When a rocket flies through this belt the
trapped electrons impinge on its skin like raindrops hitting an aircraft
which is flying through the clouds. Very much in the same fashion
as the impinging raindrops cause sound waves audible within the airplane
cabin, the impinging electrons produce an electromagnetic radiation
inside the cabin. Physicists use for this kind of radiation the German
word bremsstrahlung (slow-down radiation), but it is actually
something quite similar to X-rays. It is this bremsstrahlung
that we have to watch in the Belt." (First Men to the Moon,
Joke's on US . . . and the World!!
Wernher von Braun
poses with some of the key staff of the Army Ballistic Missile Agency
(ABMA) at Huntsville, Alabama. From left to right: Ernst Stuhlinger
(seated); Maj. Gen. Holger N. Toftoy, commanding officer; Hermann
Oberth (foreground), the father of German rocketry who worked for
the Army Ballistic Missile Agency at Huntsville from 1955 to 1959;
Wernher von Braun; and Eberhard Rees, deputy director, Development
Apollo 11 officials
are in a festive mood after its successful liftoff on July 16, 1969.
They are, from left to right: Charles W. Matthews, deputy associate
administrator for Manned Space Flight; Wernher von Braun, director
of Marshall Space Flight Center; George E. Mueller, associate administrator
for Manned Space Flight; and Lt. Gen. Samuel C. Phillips, director
of the Apollo Program.
Kennedy visited von Braun just before his assassination!!
Kennedy, Wernher von Braun, General McMorrow, and Vice-President Johnson
at the Redstone Arsenal airstrip shortly after arriving from Washington
for the September 1962 tour of Marshall Space Flight Center.
of the last photos of President Kennedy taken
before his assassination a week later on Nov. 22.
and NASA administrator James T. Webb at the launch Operations Complex
during a tour of NASA in Nov. 1963. Did Kennedy decide to talk about
von Braun and his fake moon landing? If he had, this was another reason
for Rockefeller and the Pentagon to order his assassination!!
von Braun died a very timely death too!!
Like Dr. Goddard,
von Braun died a very timely death on June 17, 1977. He was
65 years old but he was very fit and active all his life. After the
"moon landings" he became a celebrity and was constantly in
demand as a public speaker. At least 25 colleges gave him honorary degrees.
The other astronots kept a low profile
and avoided any kind of publicity but the fear was that Wernher might
have "loose lips" and let the moon hoax slip:
Braun water-boarding on the Tennessee River near Guntersville,
Alabama, in 1951. Next to flying
von Braun's favorite pastime was water sports. For years he
kept a houseboat as well as a speedboat for weekend relaxation.
Braun at the South Pole on Jan. 7, 1967. Von Braun was at the
South Pole collecting meteorites which would later become MOON
Braun looking fit and trim at 64. In 1976, he was working hard
for Fairchild Industries, Germantown, Maryland. A year later
he would be dead with cancer....Perhaps a timely vaccination???
liked to use vaccination to get rid of people including his own boss
Neil Armstrong said "he never even dreamed of going to
Armstrong (1930--). The supposedly first man to walk on the moon
on July 20, 1969.
Neil Armstrong—the supposedly first man on the moon—was
totally opposite to Wernher von Braun in personality. Neil kept
a very, very low profile and that probably saved his life. Here
is a quote from an authorized biography of Neil Armstrong:
Neil started as a professor at the University of Cincinnati in
1970, news executives from the area's radio, TV, and print media
were summoned to a downtown restaurant to hear an ultimatum: They
were not to request interviews with the space hero who would be
living in their midst, because none would be granted; they were
to totally ignore his presence and not consider it legitimate
news. Amazingly, the group agreed—with one exception.
Lawrence H. Rogers, then head of Taft Broadcasting Corporation,
owners of a chain of television and radio stations in the region,
howled in protest. "The reason they gave was that Neil had
no secretary and would be overwhelmed with requests. I raised
my hand and said, 'That's the most preposterous thing I have ever
heard.' I told them Armstrong was the most famous explorer since
Christopher Columbus; it would have been criminal journalistically
to not write about him and praise what he had accomplished."
(Wagener, One Giant Leap." pp. 298-299).
another quote from moonstruck Neil Armstrong:
for walking on the moon, sometimes I wonder if that really happened.
I can honestly say—and it's a great surprise to me that I have
never had a dream about being on the moon. It's a great disappointment
to me." (Wagener, One Giant
Leap, p. 303).
Wernher von Brain had read the incomparable German Bible translation
of Dr. Martin Luther, he would not have been surprised that space travel
is impossible.... Space travel, evilution, life on other planets is
sheer LUNACY. JEHOVAH created the universe about 6,000 years ago and
this is the ONLY planet capable of sustaining life. The Bible says:
heaven, even the heavens, are the LORD's: but the earth hath he given
to the children of men. (Psalm
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