The 1969. Mystery. Apollo 11 Mission Meeting With UFO On The Moon. NASA Joined UFO Investigation, Why?
This article explained what caused Edgar Mitchell to believe in ET after returning from Moon. Former NASA astronaut said that he had experienced an epiphany that changed his thoughts about the origin of life on Earth and accused the government of hiding the truth
NASA is soon to join the UFO investigation. The story is confirmed by the British newspaper Daily Mail. 2022 is said to be the “Year of UFOs,” as the UFO hearings have established a significantly new path to look into the “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” (UAP).
This article explained what caused Edgar Mitchell to believe in ET after returning from Moon. Former NASA astronaut said that he had experienced an epiphany that changed his thoughts about the origin of life on Earth and accused the government of hiding the truth. In 2004, he claimed the U.S. government was covering up the truth, including the study of alien bodies, commenting: “A few insiders know the truth… and are studying the bodies that have been discovered.”
UFO cover-up by Timothy Good
In 1987, British UFO researcher Timothy Good wrote a book entitled “Above Top Secret: The Worldwide U.F.O. Cover-Up,” in which he stated that Neil Armstrong saw “other” spacecraft. It has been the most bizarre claim ever made. Is there any truth in Mr. Good’s book?
Timothy Good was once called “Britain’s leading UFO researcher” by British weekly newspaper Observer. After presenting his book, he was involved in the initial publication of the purported Majestic 12 documents. Later, according to skeptic Phil Klass, Good questioned the authenticity of at least some of the documents. In 2007, the CIA cited Above Top Secret as one of the sources contributing to “the idea that CIA has secretly concealed its research into UFOs”. Besides, in May 2019, Tom DeLonge of Blink-182 credited Good’s book with “opening his eyes” into UFOs, leading to DeLonge’s development of To The Stars.
Fortunately, the myth of 70 years that UFOs do not exist has ended. Mr. Good clarified in his book “Above Top Secret” that UFOs do exist and that the governments of the world have been hiding evidence of this fact. His study is worth examining the facsimile copies of confidential and secret documents from the U.S., Canada, and Europe, as well as the controversial MJ-12 documents.
Did Neil Armstrong find aliens on the moon?
According to Mr. Good, a former female MI6 agent told him that Neil Armstrong suggested to her that there were “other” spacecraft on the Moon when Apollo 11 landed in 1969. In his book “Above Top Secret,” Good wrote that there are certain people (whose identities are still questionable) who claimed that Armstrong did in fact encounter UFOs on the Moon.
Otto Binder, Maurice Chatelain, and Dr. Vladimir Azhazha are some names Mr. Good mentioned in his book who had worked for NASA during Apollo 11. According to Mr. Good, they all have claimed that some radio hams received the message from NASA in which Armstrong said that he had seen other spacecraft.
Binder’s statement in Mr. Good’s book: “These “Babies” are huge, Sir! Enormous! OH MY GOD! You wouldn’t believe it! I’m telling you there are other spacecraft out there, Lined up on the far side of the crater edge! They’re on the Moon watching us!”
Unfortunately, there is no information about Binder in NASA archives, but there is a great article [click here] that discusses what it took to overhear the Apollo mission directly, including a contemporary article about it.
“Baysinger’s wife and daughter watched the Apollo 11 landing on TV while Baysinger and Rutherford listened via Baysinger’s equipment. The signal on the home-built equipment came through approximately 5-10 seconds earlier than the signal on TV. Baysinger figures NASA or the TV network [I assume it was probably CBS] put in a delay in case they needed to edit out anything embarrassing.
The signal the lunar eavesdropping equipment picked up was noisy, but Baysinger says you could hear what was going on. Baysinger made tapes of the transmissions, which he still has. In September 2009 he transferred salvageable sections of the tapes to MP3 format for this project. You can hear them for yourself via the links below.
I asked Baysinger whether he found anything that NASA edited out – comments about things going wrong, the astronauts being loose with their language, or exclamations about meeting aliens! He said no – absolutely everything was transmitted to the public on TV. In fact, he said, “that was kind of disappointing”. Part of the idea of this project was to hear the unedited “real story”, and it turned out there was nothing edited out. Indeed, Rutherford’s story makes no mention of hearing anything unusual.”
Is there any Maurice Chatelain, former chief of NASA Communications Systems who also confirmed that Apollo 11’s radio transmissions were interrupted on several occasions in order to hide the news from the public?
Unfortunately, again Chatelain’s identification cannot be confirmed. Interestingly, instead of “NASA Communications Systems,” Apollo did have the position of “Chief of Communications and Frequency Management,” held by Paul A. Price.
However, there are counter-claims that Maurice Chatelain worked for a NASA sub-contractor and had been fired before Apollo 11 happened.
Did Dr. Vladimir Azhazha, a physicist and Professor of Mathematics at Moscow University also confirm that the message was sent to NASA but was censored? Again, there is no public information about this person. It is difficult to say if he ever existed or his identity is confidential.
It is worth noting that the original higher-quality video from Apollo 11’s time on the moon has been lost. What’s available now was produced by pointing an NTSC-based camera at a monitor displaying the original SSTV signal. However, the lack of original video is hardly the “most mission tapes” that was originally claimed, and the original audio from the moon landing is still available.
Apart from Armstrong, the second man on the Moon, Buzz Aldrin might add some light to the alleged Apollo 11 UFO encounter on Moon.
Documentary filmmaker James Fox stated on a podcast that he had met with Fay Ann Aldrin, a sister of the second man on the Moon, Buzz Aldrin. According to Ann, Buzz Aldrin said that “something followed them to the Moon.”
Fox claimed that Aldrin was ready to tell his story, before pulling out of an interview at the last moment out of fear of being labeled a “UFO nut”. Although he did not tell his story to James Fox, Aldrin spoke publicly to the Science Channel, asserting that objects were following Apollo 11, to which NASA responded by issuing a statement, claiming Aldrin was taken out of context and that objects seen by the crew were “panels from the separation of the spacecraft from the upper stage.”
Aldrin has previously asserted that there is a monolith on Mars’ moon, Phobos. He said: “We should visit the moon of Mars, there’s a monolith there, a very unusual structure on this little potato-shaped object that revolves around Mars once every seven hours. When people find out about that they are going to say, “Who put that there? Who put that there?” Well, the universe put it there, or if you choose, God put it there.”
Buzz’s participation in the Phobos’ monolith mystery encouraged UFO hunters and other researchers to search for the sign of alien life on Mars. NASA has been exploring the universe for decades and plausibly encountered UAP on many occasions, otherwise, they would never switch off live video when strange objects enter the screen.
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