Psychic: Apollo 16 Astronauts Found Alien Life on the Moon

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Psychic: Apollo 16 Astronauts Found Alien Life on the Moon

The psychic claims he knows this through remote viewing the experience by looking at photos and audio from the 1972 mission to the moon.

Yeah. I don't get it either, so I'm just going to give you the facts and let you decide. A man named Jerry Harthcock from Austin, TX and head of a group called Transception Incorporated submitted a letter - along with accompanying "evidence" - to NASA, the CEO of NVidia and several major news outlets formally requesting that the crew of Apollo 16 be awarded the Congressional Space Medal of Honor. He states that they deserve this honor because the crew had to endure seeing "shipwreck elements" while walking on the surface of the Moon such as "structures, people/aliens, biological technology, and their plight." The six psychics who appear on the following video know these things occurred because they "remotely viewed" them.

"To be honest, I don't know that much about the actual astronauts involved and won't waste the ink needed to give a detailed background as astronauts here," Harthcock wrote in the letter. "Instead, I would simply refer to the enhanced/reconstructed images in the Appendix showing the remains of an ancient "shipwreck" on the surface of the Moon. As you can see, the images speak for themselves."


Perhaps my eyes are deaf, but I'm not hearing anything from these images but a few moon rocks. And the accompanying video is just as inexplicable, as it appears Harthcock's group is trying to solicit investment from NVidia to build a machine which bears a resemblance to Dr. Xavier's Cerebro [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cerebro].

Harthcock lists some of his credentials after Exhibit E of the letter. "Beginning in 1998, I have been formally trained to the advanced level (Stage-6) in Controlled Remote Viewing by ex-Defense Intelligence Agency military remote viewer, Paul H. Smith, PhD. I have also received training and coaching from ex-DIA military remote viewer Lyn Buchanan as well as coaching from a couple of the best professional CRVers in the industry."

Remote Viewing was considered a possible military asset by the United States Military, among others, but its efficacy was questionable at best. There was a can't attempt to profit from the gullible [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Men_Who_Stare_at_Goats_(film)].

Why did Harthcock send this letter to so many people about his discovery? "Probably the best way to explain it is by evoking the scene in the movie Contact, where the character, Ellie Arroway, in response to the question, 'Who are you going to tell?', replies, 'Everybody!'"

He's not only motivated by altruism, however. Harthcock also wants to profit from importing alien technology by assembling a crack team of 10 professional psychics. "My goal in forming the team is to pursue research and development of special techniques and methods for transferring technology from the state of nature, and applying for US and international patents for the technology. I just wanted to see if it would be possible to assemble a team of the best Controlled Remote Viewers the world has to offer and see if we could actually locate some 'foreign' technology and transfer it back to Earth, adapt it for use on Earth, and obtain patents on it."

In the space of one document, Harthcock claims that he was able to see an alien crash landing on the moon, and he wants to get more funding to build a machine to pyschicly draw those alien ships to Earth. And he says he does all this because he wants to patent alien technology and make a killing?

You know, I think my estimation of Harthcock just went from mildly amusing crazy person to diabolic supervillain. Someone stop him!

Source: Transception Incorporated [http://www.txception.com/A16_Rec_CSPH.pdf]

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Yes, and i can draw a 100% accurate map of Mars by staring directly at the Sun.
/sarcasm

Seriously, you would think people would learn not to make stupid outrageous claims such as this.
 

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Well escapists, place your bets now, is he crazy, a con man or both? You decide!
 

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Didn't a horror movie come out a while back with the exact same plot, Apollo 16 finds aliens on the moon that's why we never went back
 

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Yes, and i can draw a 100% accurate map of Mars by staring directly at the Sun.
/sarcasm

Seriously, you would think people would learn not to make stupid outrageous claims such as this.
Anything for at least 15 seconds of fame. Oh, and money. This person apparently wants funding to create a machine that draws alien ships to Earth...riiiiight. Let me just get a sheet of notebook paper and-bing! Here you go, a gazillion-billion-trillion dollars. Go forth and prosper with the force.

God's speed, Jerry.

God's speed.
 

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"crazy... toys in the attic he is crazy...
truly gone fishing..."

Pink Floyd sums it up nicely.
 

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Bobic said:
Well escapists, place your bets now, is he crazy, a con man or both? You decide!
He's legit. I know this because I was...Oh god, they're coming for me! NOOOOOO!

*ahem* ignore the sounds of screaming. Carry on your business. There are no moon people.
 

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So the main focus of the Psychic's campaign is getting the astronauts medals. You think they would have at least spent 5 minutes wikipediaing how medals work. (Or they're psychic, they could have just remote viewed the mind of any US military personnel)

formally requesting that the crew of Apollo 16 be awarded the Congressional Space Medal of Honor. He states that they deserve this honor because the crew had to endure seeing "shipwreck elements" while walking on the surface of the Moon
Umm, firstly, the astronauts are civilian, so they wouldn't get medals, also the actual medal of honor is awarded for "conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life above and beyond the call of duty while engaged in an action against an enemy of the United States." Ok, so you could argue that it was at risk of their lives, but against an enemy of the US? According to you they just walked through the remains of a long dead civilisation. Should everyone who's been to the Pyramids, or Machu Piccu get the Medal of Honor as well?

Sheesh. Someone send these guys to the moon please, on a one way trip preferably.
 

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"crazy... toys in the attic he is crazy...
truly gone fishing..."

Pink Floyd sums it up nicely.
"Crazy...over the rainbow he is crazy..." Yes they do!
 

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This whole theory sounds just a few stages short of a Saturn V rocket. This Psychics didn't even notice the Nazi base.
http://www.ironsky.net/site/files/ironsky_art2.jpg
Daystar Clarion said:
Hey mister psychic, can you do this?


Then you ain't no psychic.

By the hoary hosts of Hoggoth!
That's Magic, not psychic power
<spoiler= THIS is the one you want><youtube=5qJRDbBor3Y>
 

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He wants to build the Astronomicon! He will doom us all! I hypothesis that a tyranid genestealer was sent back to Terran past and infected his mother or father, he is in fact a genestealer hybrid along with his psychically dominated followers and wishes to draw in the Hive Mind to devour us all!

Which is just as reasonable as what he suggests.
 

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Wait, people can psychically view me from remote locations? Time to tinfoil shield my house and not just my head.

This story melted my brain.

Suspending disbelief; They claim that they looked at pictures and video clips of a moon landing and psychically saw, into the past, what the astronauts saw?

Still suspending disbelief; they, and the astronauts, saw aliens, alien ruins and an alien ship crashing into the moon?

Now in outright denial of the impossibility of the previous premises; They are seeking funding to set up a psychic division that will find and recover alien artifacts, lure aliens to earth and research and develop psychically found weapons?

They plan to build some Psychic amplifying mach-

 
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DVS BSTrD said:
This whole theory sounds just a few stages short of a Saturn V rocket. This Psychics didn't even notice the Nazi base.
http://www.ironsky.net/site/files/ironsky_art2.jpg
Daystar Clarion said:
Hey mister psychic, can you do this?


Then you ain't no psychic.

By the hoary hosts of Hoggoth!
That's Magic, not psychic power
<spoiler= THIS is the one you want><youtube=5qJRDbBor3Y>
It all the same stuff. Throwing glowy crap across the stage like a wuss :D
 

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Patent alien technology? There's a tiny flaw in this plan - won't the aliens already hold alien patents that supersede our mere earthly ones and those aliens might not be happy about earth pirates stealing their technology without paying for it.
 

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Patent alien technology? There's a tiny flaw in this plan - won't the aliens already hold alien patents that supersede our mere earthly ones and those aliens might not be happy about earth pirates stealing their technology without paying for it.
I shudder to think of the alien consequences for breaching alien copyright laws!
 
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Patent alien technology? There's a tiny flaw in this plan - won't the aliens already hold alien patents that supersede our mere earthly ones and those aliens might not be happy about earth pirates stealing their technology without paying for it.
Everyone knows that space lawyers suck, so space court will be a breeze with our streetwise Earth lawyers.
 

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When I watched that video I just saw a whole lot of dust and rocks, nothing more. There wasn't even anything that could resemble some form of technolgy, except if that technology looks like random rock and dust formations.

What they think they see, is this


although it's just this


They don't even waste a second thinking that it might be a coincidence. Now why would they do that, the will to believe or ignorance? No.
Harthcock also wants to profit
Aha! Here we have it. Like usual, everything goes back to money.
 

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Patent alien technology? There's a tiny flaw in this plan - won't the aliens already hold alien patents that supersede our mere earthly ones and those aliens might not be happy about earth pirates stealing their technology without paying for it.
yea, then the Intergalactic Office of Intellectual Property, Commerce, and Trade gets involved and it just goes downhill from there.

I mean, completely wiping out a species because a few of them started to pirate copyrights is just overkill.
 

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-|- said:
Patent alien technology? There's a tiny flaw in this plan - won't the aliens already hold alien patents that supersede our mere earthly ones and those aliens might not be happy about earth pirates stealing their technology without paying for it.
yea, then the Intergalactic Office of Intellectual Property, Commerce, and Trade gets involved and it just goes downhill from there.

I mean, completely wiping out a species because a few of them started to pirate copyrights is just overkill.
I'm sure the alien "stop outer-space piracy act" will allow the use of mega-rays and other such planet destroying doom weapons. It would only be a proportionate response from the aliens and we shouldn't complain about it.
 

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Shouldn't they be able to tell who might actually want to give them funding based on psychic premonitions? Why is it that psychics can always tell people about these 'big' things but they can never use their 'powers' to help with any of the little things?

Obvious answer is obvious: Psychics are Bull****!
 

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i think he also took the movie apollo 18 too serious. after all the director claims that the images shown in the movie are real.
 

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About the only thing this proves to me is that mental health care is in dire need of reworking. These people really should be in a padded room or on some heavy duty meds, then again that may already be the case.
 

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Sounds to me like someone who needs some psychiatric medication fell asleep watching the third Transformers movie.
 

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Uh-oh... Now the Illuminati are going to have to have these psychics killed before they leak out any other details of the coming invasion.

Trust no one, Agent Mulder.
 

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Greg Tito said:
public funding for such experimental tools dried up in teh 90s.
I personally preferred teh 80s. More awesum.

(Ahem, might want to proofread that line again.)



Greg Tito said:
"Instead, I would simply refer to the enhanced/reconstructed images in the Appendix showing the remains of an ancient "shipwreck" on the surface of the Moon. As you can see, the images speak for themselves."
This is why we preferred Kaguya to stay in her bedroom. Let her out and the entire freakin' moon is a mess until we can get the rabbits to clean it. So glad she never came back from exile.
 

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People also once said that the Earth was a disc, the body was run by four elements and that to cure headaches you drilled holes into skulls.

There are things humans do not understand so don;t just dismiss them.

That being said the man is a raving lunatic who wants money. there could be psychics, but I doubt he's one of them.
 

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Ahh Psychics, the most prolific source of giggles on the planet. Where would we be without them?
 

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This was a real "wait, whut?" moment for me. Mostly because it strikes me as complete non-news. I mean, there's a guy in a dirty trench-coat with a TV on his head who walks down the street accusing people of being alien spies all the time where I live, you don't see articles about him in the newspaper.
 

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Wrong!

We all know it was the Apollo 18 mission that confirmed life on the moon. Sheesh... they even made a movie about it!!!

/joke/ninja'd

Good movie tho...
 

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Complete and utter nonsense that still manages to be highly entertaining to read. God, these shysters and their lack of self-respect. :)

Also, snip!
Looks to me like someone's off their beta-blockers! Where's them Flintstones anti-psychotics when you need them?

I don't think chewy and grape-flavored anti-psychotics exist, right?
 

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People like him make it difficult for real Psychics to get research funding. (not a joke, mostly) I mean do not come out with this yet. Continue the remote viewing until you find the Earth-bound (meaning on the Earth) evidence. Then find a way to 'acquire' (I mean steal) it from the top-secret archives, the one where they will never declassify anything quoting the old 'oops we forgot to declassify it, say how did you hear about this still classified material' or just the patriot act. I swear, that whole patriot act is just a badly worded overly-broad document.

I mean, do not just say all this. Get a High-Powered telescope (not controlled by the US government) and take some close-up pictures of the Moon. It is that simple. (this is a joke, there are no telescopes high powered enough that are not controlled by the government)

Now, am I joking or not joking? Hard to tell, is it? I say the above as a defense for those who have a right to believe what the want to believe. No matter how crazy it might seem to us.

I do not like people insulting others for their beliefs. I may not agree or believe what they do, but that does not give any-of-you the right to openly mock their beliefs. Just like if I started to mock Atheist for their beliefs (or lack-of) would be wrong. EVERYONE here would call me on it. I do not like hypocrites and I do not like mockers. I have no respect for them.
 

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You'd have to be bat-shit insane, taking the piss, or a complete fucking moron( and I mean a legally retarded chimpanzee level) to believe that guy's claims. I'm amazed it even made news, the ramblings of touched individuals from other places doesn't seem to be.
 

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Gilhelmi said:
I do not like people insulting others for their beliefs. I may not agree or believe what they do, but that does not give any-of-you the right to openly mock their beliefs. Just like if I started to mock Atheist for their beliefs (or lack-of) would be wrong. EVERYONE here would call me on it. I do not like hypocrites and I do not like mockers. I have no respect for them.
Since when was being psychic a religion?
 

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OK, I don't have an issue with believing that there are a lot of subconcious things going on with our minds, including that whole reversed speech thing. But I don't think we understand it even nearly enough to start drawing conclusions from it.
For example, apparently the woman said: "the alien wear hat" back to front. Now, if I was somehow psychically able to see an alien, the first thing I would say wouldn't have anything to do with its fashion sense. It would probably have been more along the lines of "!neila gnikcuf a s'ereht, tihs yloH".
 

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Gilhelmi said:
I do not like people insulting others for their beliefs. I may not agree or believe what they do, but that does not give any-of-you the right to openly mock their beliefs. Just like if I started to mock Atheist for their beliefs (or lack-of) would be wrong. EVERYONE here would call me on it. I do not like hypocrites and I do not like mockers. I have no respect for them.
Since when was being psychic a religion?
Note: I never said religion, I said beliefs. I believe in a Christian/Buddhist/Jewish Philosophy. But I would not call that my religion. Just my Beliefs.

It is his belief, his spiritual belief. I never say a thing about half of what Mormons claim (see that south park episode about the Mormons. It is very accurate to what they believe.) Why? Because they have the God given right to believe that. Same goes for Islam, Jewish, Hindu, Christian.
 

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Gilhelmi said:
I do not like people insulting others for their beliefs. I may not agree or believe what they do, but that does not give any-of-you the right to openly mock their beliefs. Just like if I started to mock Atheist for their beliefs (or lack-of) would be wrong. EVERYONE here would call me on it. I do not like hypocrites and I do not like mockers. I have no respect for them.
Since when was being psychic a religion?
I don't think Scotty did say it was a religion. But I would say that beliefs are just as important, if not more, because they are far more personal to an individual than religion is. And to be fair, I actually agree with him. I don't think that there's anything wrong with disagreeing with what these psychics believe, but I still think that it can't hurt to be respectful, something that the post below illustrates the perfect opposite of.

Caverat said:
You'd have to be bat-shit insane, taking the piss, or a complete fucking moron( and I mean a legally retarded chimpanzee level) to believe that guy's claims. I'm amazed it even made news, the ramblings of touched individuals from other places doesn't seem to be.
 

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undeadsuitor said:
Gilhelmi said:
I do not like people insulting others for their beliefs. I may not agree or believe what they do, but that does not give any-of-you the right to openly mock their beliefs. Just like if I started to mock Atheist for their beliefs (or lack-of) would be wrong. EVERYONE here would call me on it. I do not like hypocrites and I do not like mockers. I have no respect for them.
Since when was being psychic a religion?
I don't think Scotty did say it was a religion. But I would say that beliefs are just as important, if not more, because they are far more personal to an individual than religion is. And to be fair, I actually agree with him. I don't think that there's anything wrong with disagreeing with what these psychics believe, but I still think that it can't hurt to be respectful, something that the post below illustrates the perfect opposite of.

Caverat said:
You'd have to be bat-shit insane, taking the piss, or a complete fucking moron( and I mean a legally retarded chimpanzee level) to believe that guy's claims. I'm amazed it even made news, the ramblings of touched individuals from other places doesn't seem to be.
Eh, yeah. I wasn't respectful of their beliefs. Beliefs are opinions, and the idea that all should be equally respected is naive, and is a great way to make yourself look/feel friendlier. Good job. You're probably a really nice guy/gal.

Some guys think it is alright to roofie women to get laid, because they never said 'no'. Believing in something doesn't mean others have to wear kid gloves in criticizing you for having them. There are such things as stupid beliefs, like the idea that it will ever be okay to go skydiving without a parachute because god loves you.

Yes, you can get on the whole 'But whose beliefs are stupid? Who decides which are stupid?'. I understand that sentiment, and in the idea of fairness, we should be respectful of everything that gets labeled as a belief. I disagree though, if everything is sacred/special, it is just a nicer way of saying nothing is.

Also: Respect my belief that it is okay for me to disrespect others, and their beliefs. All beliefs are equal right?
 

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Patent alien technology? There's a tiny flaw in this plan - won't the aliens already hold alien patents that supersede our mere earthly ones and those aliens might not be happy about earth pirates stealing their technology without paying for it.
Yeah, I wouldn't want to be on the end of some alien SOPA action, they'll censor the entire Earth! Damn foreigners stealing alien inventions.
 

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Gilhelmi said:
I do not like people insulting others for their beliefs. I may not agree or believe what they do, but that does not give any-of-you the right to openly mock their beliefs. Just like if I started to mock Atheist for their beliefs (or lack-of) would be wrong. EVERYONE here would call me on it. I do not like hypocrites and I do not like mockers. I have no respect for them.
Yeah, this line of reasoning goes to a bad place. You know the whole people who believed jews should be exterminated... I think we were probably right to nip that in the bud.
 

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Gilhelmi said:
I do not like people insulting others for their beliefs. I may not agree or believe what they do, but that does not give any-of-you the right to openly mock their beliefs. Just like if I started to mock Atheist for their beliefs (or lack-of) would be wrong. EVERYONE here would call me on it. I do not like hypocrites and I do not like mockers. I have no respect for them.
Yeah, this line of reasoning goes to a bad place. You know the whole people who believed jews should be exterminated... I think we were probably right to nip that in the bud.
Incidentally, I wouldn't call a genocide of 7 million "nipping something in the bud". But discussions of style aside, I think there's a pretty big massive border with stop signs and gun turrets between "faith in psychics" and "the belief that all Jewish people should die".
Also, there's a degree of consequence involved. After all, we can only chastise actions and not beliefs. Because if we could, we'd be giving up the freedom of expression which is so valuable to us.
 

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Farther than stars said:
cookyy2k said:
Gilhelmi said:
I do not like people insulting others for their beliefs. I may not agree or believe what they do, but that does not give any-of-you the right to openly mock their beliefs. Just like if I started to mock Atheist for their beliefs (or lack-of) would be wrong. EVERYONE here would call me on it. I do not like hypocrites and I do not like mockers. I have no respect for them.
Yeah, this line of reasoning goes to a bad place. You know the whole people who believed jews should be exterminated... I think we were probably right to nip that in the bud.
Incidentally, I wouldn't call a genocide of 7 million "nipping something in the bud". But discussions of style aside, I think there's a pretty big massive border with stop signs and gun turrets between "faith in psychics" and "the belief that all Jewish people should die".
Also, there's a degree of consequence involved. After all, we can only chastise actions and not beliefs. Because if we could, we'd be giving up the freedom of expression which is so valuable to us.
Well at least you have to respect my belief that religious belief/belief in psychics or any "invisible friend" is either indoctrination as a kid or a mental disorder.
 

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Usually the proper funding for people that see things that aren't there, is 5-10 years in a nut house.
 

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Personally, I'm more interested in the way these people's brains work to suggest complicated imagery or objects from pictures of rocks. Any person I've meet when asked to look describe what some natural phenomenon "looks like" would give something like, "That cloud looks like a bunny", but no more detailed description. How different are these people's brains that this kind of thing happens? Forget about outer space, I'd like to know what this can tell us about the neural mechanisms of human perception.
 

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derp, they probably saw rita repulsa's capsule on the moon, along with her destroyed palace.

/pure logic

Seriously...seeing that pic made me laugh way harder than it should have. :p

As for the topic at hand....isn't there a horror movie coming out about this? "There's a reason we haven't gone back to the moon...." featuring spider-alien things or something that the last mission to the moon found? Supposed to be like a Blair Witch in space or something?
 

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I'm also a psychic remote viewer, and I've never seen anything like he's describing in all my remote viewing sessions of the Moon.

Ergo, he must be lying. Because, like, I've just proved him wrong.
 
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RJ 17 said:
gmaverick019 said:
derp, they probably saw rita repulsa's capsule on the moon, along with her destroyed palace.

/pure logic

Seriously...seeing that pic made me laugh way harder than it should have. :p

As for the topic at hand....isn't there a horror movie coming out about this? "There's a reason we haven't gone back to the moon...." featuring spider-alien things or something that the last mission to the moon found? Supposed to be like a Blair Witch in space or something?
haha glad someone else enjoyed it as much as i did. honestly when i was reading the article that EXACT part of the intro came to my mind so i had to find the pic for it:p
 

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cookyy2k said:
Gilhelmi said:
I do not like people insulting others for their beliefs. I may not agree or believe what they do, but that does not give any-of-you the right to openly mock their beliefs. Just like if I started to mock Atheist for their beliefs (or lack-of) would be wrong. EVERYONE here would call me on it. I do not like hypocrites and I do not like mockers. I have no respect for them.
Yeah, this line of reasoning goes to a bad place. You know the whole people who believed jews should be exterminated... I think we were probably right to nip that in the bud.
So NOT liking people who try to kill my friends for their beliefs is bad?[confused]

I think saying if I DO NOT LIKE MOCKERS, I down right HATE Murders. I do not use the word 'hate' lightly, for me to 'hate' anything short of open genocide or an unjust war, or random murder, is a sin. It is a sin for me to say "I hate mockers" because I am not allowed to 'hate' anything without a very good reason. I HATE PEOPLE WHO TRY TO KILL PEOPLE IN MY RELIGION OR ANY RELIGION BECAUSE OF THEIR BELIEFS.

I am still confused by your statement. I do not like mockers, I do not like people who mock ANY religion. I hate, people who try to kill others because of their religion.

I do not understand your sentence. Was I not clear when I said,
Just like if I started to mock Atheist for their beliefs (or lack-of) would be wrong. EVERYONE here would call me on it. I do not like hypocrites and I do not like mockers. I have no respect for them.
Was I clear now? Do I need to post a video explaining all of this? I hope not.