Apollo 11’s Unexpected Alien Encounter (Video)
The US Navy planned to put 10,000 people on the moon in the early 1970s as part of a secret moon base program to be established through NASA’s Apollo space program.
According to William Tompkins, a prominent aerospace designer who worked for large corporate contractors at NASA during the Apollo era, the Navy’s secret plan came to a crushing end during the Apollo 11 mission, when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were met by a fleet of of alien ships.
Tompkins’ account of what really happened on the Moon is explained in his recently published autobiography, ‘ Selected by Extraterrestrials ‘. At the time of the moon landing, Tompkins was working for TRW, a leading aerospace company that built NASA’s first satellite, Pioneer 1.
TRW was responsible for a number of critical components used on the Apollo spacecraft, and its team was at the heart of Apollo mission operations.
Tompkins was a TRW employee from July 1967 to March 1971, describing his role in designing the Launch Operations Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Earlier, during the last two years of his 12-year employment with the Douglas Aviation Company (1950-1963), Tompkins’ innovative designs for the planned Apollo missions greatly impressed Dr. Kurt H. Debus.
In July 1962, Debus became the first director of NASA’s Launch Operations Center (renamed the Kennedy Space Center after the JFK assassination), a position he held until his retirement in November 1974.
In 1963, Debus appointed Tompkins to a Task Force for the future Launch Operations Center. The two had many confidential meetings about the future of the Apollo program and discussed its true mission as part of an ambitious Navy space program called “NOVA” to establish secret military garrisons on the Moon, Mars and nearby star systems.
The Apollo Moon landings were just the first stage of an ambitious four-stage plan for NOVA. Stage 2 of NOVA would be putting 10,000 people on the Moon. Stage 3 would be to place bases on Mars and other planetary bodies in the Solar System.
Finally, Stage 4 would place manned Navy bases in 12 contiguous star systems.
Tompkins describes what he designed for the Apollo and NOVA missions
“As Section Chief of Engineering, I have conceived dozens of missions and spacecraft designed for exploratory operations on the planets orbiting our closest stars.”
«I designed a station to build on Mars, huge NOVA vehicles and equatorial launch facilities. I also designed multiple 2000 man military bases for our Moon…
« I designed the launch test and verification systems for the Apollo Moon Saturn V, SIV-1B and the reassembly with the Moon Command Control Vehicle, an almost complete redesign of the main installations of the installations for the entire Control Center of launch.”
During the Apollo 11 landing in July 1969, Tompkins says he was at NASA’s Launch Operations Center at Cape Canaveral as part of a large TRW contingent. He claims that the Apollo Lander’s television cameras provided a live feed of what Armstrong and Aldrin were witnessing.
Tompkins explains how Armstrong and Aldrin were met by a fleet of alien spacecraft that were ominously close to the Apollo Lunar Lander:
“The Landing Module (LEM) actually impacted the Moon’s surface into the Sea of Tranquility Crater, which had large vehicles parked around part of its rim. When astronaut Neil Armstrong took that First Step for Man on the Moon, he looked over the edge of the crater and said to mission control:
“There are other ships here, they are huge. The public did not hear this statement or see the massive alien craft. Armstrong rotated his camera in a 360-degree circular motion around the crater and the CIA classified the information as top secret.”
The manner in which this extraterrestrial action put an end to the Navy’s secret plan, and thus ended its support of the Apollo program, is described by Tompkins:
“The aliens put up their ‘NO TRESPASSING’ sign, but allowed us to make several more additional Apollo landings to pick up some rocks and play in the sand. Alien action has disrupted our plans to build our manned Naval Base on the Moon.”
Affirmations by former NASA employee Otto Bender
According to him, the Apollo 11 astronauts transmitted that they were being observed by large alien vehicles.
Bender confirmed that HAM radio operators intercepted VHF signals transmitted from Apollo 11 to NASA Headquarters in Houston with the following message, which NASA culled from the public:
Apollo 11: These beings are huge, sir… huge… Oh, God, you wouldn’t believe it! I’m telling you there are other spacecraft… lined up on the other side of the crater rim… they are on the moon watching us.
In a 2012 post, Dr. Stephen Greer revealed that he spoke with close relatives of Armstrong and Aldrin, who heard the truth about what the astronauts saw on the moon:
“Close friends and family of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin told me separately that there were indeed numerous large UFOs around the crater where the Lunar Module landed and that these were seen by Armstrong and Aldrin. I also talked to military personnel who saw the images of this event, but they were never released.
Greer’s testimony is significant because it supports Tompkins’ claim that there was live video recording of what Armstrong and Aldrin were seeing. So why did NASA finally end the Apollo missions if extraterrestrial visitors were there and watching Earth?
The answer according to Armstrong, conveyed by an anonymous professor at a NASA symposium, is this:
“It was unbelievable… of course, we always knew there was a possibility… the fact is we were warned. There were never any questions about a space station or a lunar city. I cannot go into detail, except to say that their ships were far superior to ours in size and technology.
Boy, very big! … and ominous … No, there is no doubt that they have a space station there. NASA was compromised at the time and couldn’t risk panic on Earth… But it really came as a surprise to everyone.”
The alien occupants of the large starships that threatened the Apollo 11 mission did not want the US Navy to establish military bases on the Moon. Preventing the US Navy from moving forward with its plan to put 10,000 people on the Moon, the NOVA program came to a crushing end in July 1969.
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