Smokestacks on the Moon!

By Dean Dominic De Lucia


Immediately following are three "printscreen" NASA images plucked by me from the online video entitled: Somebody Else is on The Moon Full Documentary Video. The footage was taken by Apollo 8 as it orbited The Moon. Circled is a smokestack belching black smoke; the second and third images show the black color better than the first one.

There is no building or construction below the smokestack. This means that the activity - probably power generation or manufacturing activity - is ongoing below the lunar surface. As a proponent of the Hollow Planets Theory, sub surface activity, whether it be in the hollow cavity or in cavernous worlds within the crust, on the Eart or any planet, is my cup of tea!

Although this first photo is fairly bright, the plume of smoke can be seen angling off to the right, and it can be seen that the bottom of the plume is still touching the opening of the smokestack.



The brightness has been diminished in the photo below, the belching smoke is darker, and the fact that the smoke is still in contact with the opening is more evident.



In this third image below, the smoke has already been "belched" so to speak, and a tad bit of distance is seen between the smokestack opening and the bottom of the plume of smoke. In other words, there has been some movement. In the video this movement is obvious and it lasts for a few seconds.



As follows is a sketch in a crater, which was sketched from two pictures by George Leonard, the author of the book Somebody Else is on The Moon. The Book was originally published in 1976.

And in relation to the sketch below, Leonard had the following to say about it on Page 86 and 87: "In the Washington, D.C. area, one counts one's friends among many federal agencies, especially after twenty or more years there. I counted as a good friend an engineer working with the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Goddard is part of NASA."

"This engineer, knowing my deep interest in The Moon, brought home a photograph which had been circulated among the Goddard staff."

"This photograph is a mosaic. ..."

"This photograph was put together by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the California Institute of Technology and NASA. The bottom of the photo says 'The partial scan pictures were taken from altitudes from 8,000 feet down to 1,000 feet from The Moon's surfaceand shows craters as small as 3 feet across. Note in the F-a, full-scan camera picture the large object in the crater at the left of the picture. This is believed to be a rock mass and is about 300 feet across. The F-a picture was taken from an altitude of 3.7 miles. The enlargement above illustrates that the partial scan surface pictures show surface features not visilbe in the F-a picture.'"

"... Unfortunately, I was told, only one camera could operate at a time, and there is no partial-scan pícture of the crater close-up."

"However, the photograph ... has detail enough; enough for one to suspect that Ranger Seven did not land haphazardly where it did. ... I believe that Ranger Seven was programmed to zero-in on this target. The coincidence of our space shot to land so near to this crater with no program in mind, no sought-out objective,would be too much."  [Continued below on Page 88]






George Leonard sketched the photograph that the engineer bought home to show him. The sketch of the smokestack, in the center just below the middle of the picture, is surrounded by what seems to be black, photographic "noise". The sketch shows that the smokestack is ejecting smoke or gas or whatever, straight upwards, and with a bit of force. The exhaust does not immediately disperse, there is an atmosphere around it, there is gravity at work but the smoke manages to float through the atmosphere.


Through their telescopes and space probes, astronomers tell us that there is no life on the other planets such as Mercury, Venus and Mars, either.

A C Bhaktivedanta Swami never agreed with such conclusions. In his purport to Text 26, Chapter 18, Canto 4 of the Bhagavat Purana, Bhaktivedanta Swami states that “According to the Vedic literature, it is not true that the Moon does not produce food or that no living entity is living there.” In the purport to Canto 4, Chapter 22, Text 54, Bhaktivedanta Swami writes: “ The Vedic literature, however, repeatedly informs us that the Moon is full of highly elevated inhabitants who are counted amongst the demigods. We are therefore always in doubt about what kind of moon adventure the modern scientists of this Earth have undertaken.” Also, in his purport to the above-mentioned Text 6 from Canto 4, Chapter 20, of the Bhagavat Purana. A C Bhaktivedanta Swami, Prabhupada, mentions: “ In modern scientific society the idea is very prevalent that there is no life on other planets but that only on this Earth do living entities with intelligence and scientific knowledge exist. The Vedic literatures, however, do not accept this foolish theory. ... The Vedas give information that in all planets ... there are varieties of living entities ... We have information from the Vedic literature that in each and every planet, both material and spiritual, there are living entities of varied intelligence.”

Our conclusion? There is change and human-like activity currently on The Moon. And humans are there to carry out the work; humans, who need to breathe air. And combustion, which needs air to in order to take place.

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