The book Alien Agenda, by Jim Marrs, has some very interesting facts on the subject.
-As for the age of the moon, this is done by examining radiation scars from rocks on the moon. "Harvard's respected astronomy journal, Sky and Telescope, repororted that at the Lunar Conference of 1973, it was dated that one moon rock dated at 5.3 billion years years old"(3).
-The moon is supposed to be completely dry, yet on March 7, 1971 instruments left behind by the Apollo missions sent a signal to Earth indicating a "wind of water had crossed the moon's surface"(4). Also Apollo 16 astronauts found moon rocks with bits of rusted iron.
-Another anomoly is that the moon's inner temperature of only 1800 degrees (Earth's is between 3600 and 900 degrees) would suggest that the moon has never been hot enough for volanic eruptions, yet the maria appear to be smooth surfaces created by flowing lava. Also at the center of each maria there are mascons, large dense circular masses, about 20-40 miles below the surface "centered like bull's-eyes" in the middle of each"(6).
-As for the hollow moon theory: the density of the moon is only about 3.34 grams per cubic centimeter is signifigantly less than the Earth's mantle of 5.54 gram density. This discrepency would suggest either a much less dence core, or no core at all. Even more evidence came on November 20, 1969 when the Apollo 12 crew "sent the lunar module ascent stage crashing back onto the moon, creating an artiificial "moonquake".
The LM struck about 40 miles from the Apollo 12 landing site, where ultrasensitive seismic equipment recorded something both unexpected and astounding- the moon reverbedrated like a bell for more than an hour. The vibrations took almost eight minutes to reach a peak, then decreased in intensity"(9). This happened once again when the Apollo 13's third stage was sent crashing to the moon by radio command.
Even though equipment was 108 miles from the crash site they recorded reverberations for 3 hours and 20 minutes. "According to NASA, this time the moon "reacted like a gong""(9). More conclusive evedence occured on May 13, 1972 when a large meteor hit the moon with the force of 200 tons of tnt. Shock waves traveled deep into the moon and never reflected back. This indicated there is something unusual about the moon's core. What's even more shocking about this is that in Intelligent Life in the Universe, by Carl Sagan, he says, "A natural satellite cannot be a hollow object."
-Another mystery of the moon is the pressence of processed metals. "Experts were surprised to find lunar rocks bearing brass, mica, and aphomobole in addition to near-pure titanium"(10). Also, according to Argone National Labratory, Uranium 236 and neptunium 237 (elements not previously found in nature) were discovered in moon rocks.
-Now for stories about a time before the moon. Aristotole told of a people called the Proselenes who lived in Arcadia long before the greeks. Selene is the name of the god of the moon and eventually became the name for the moon itself. The term Proselenes means "before the moon". "According to legend, the Proselenes held claim to Arcadia because they lived there "before there was a moon in the heavens"(17). Also Plutarch spoke of people who lived in Arcadia before there was a moon. The roman author Ovid said Arcadian "folk is older than the moon". Tibetan texts mention people on a lost continent of Gondwana who were civilized before the moon shone in the sky.
-All these just add specifics to a general topic. Could a hollow moon be the hull of a ship? Who knows, but there is obviously more to the moon than most people realize.
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