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ZetaTalk: Apollo 13
Note: written on May 15, 1996
At the inception of the Apollo program, the secret government had a dual mission - to withhold knowledge of the alien presence from the general public and to
arrange for an escape from the coming millennium cataclysms for the elite.
- At the inception of the Apollo program, the elite of the secret government were looking to several different means of dealing with the coming cataclysms -
Alternatives 1, 2 and 3. Alternative 1 was to reduce overpopulation and sculpt the face of mankind to their liking, Alternative 2 was to burrow into
subterranean cavities, and Alternative 3 was to establish space stations on other planets. Alternative 3, as we have explained, proved unworkable, and
Alternative 2 thereafter became the main focus. It is no longer a secret that opulent underground escape hatches, complete with golf courses, were
constructed for the elite.
- Where the Service-to-Self aliens in early contact with the secret government encouraged such self-serving behavior, the Service-to-Other aliens that
followed explained, and demonstrated in a number of ways such as massive power outages, that an escape of the elite to other planets in the solar system
would not be allowed due to the quarantine that mankind had been placed under. Thus, though the Apollo space program had been enthusiastically started, it
soon fell into disfavor, and the fact that it was at odds with the mission to suppress knowledge of the alien presence soon took precedence.
- As a result of certain studies which the government solicited, there was early on in the secret government a decision not to reveal to the populace any
material that would lead one to conclude that man was not alone. There were a number of such studies, all reaching the same conclusion as the studies had
all been instituted from the same focal point in the secret government, and they relayed the conclusion that was expected. In essence, the message to those
conducting the study was - here's what I want you to conclude, now go figure out how to say it.
- This secrecy mandate put the Apollo Moon missions at odds with one of the missions of the secret government, which in those days was heavily influenced
by the CIA. The US space program thus came steadily under the control of the intelligence agencies, and to this day are more prone to issue disinformation
than perform scientific advancement. It is no secret that the US space program fell apart, and is today a sham of its former self. To abort the enthusiastic
Moon missions, which were often being watched live by the public, the CIA threw a wrench in the works. Apollo 13 was a distressed mission due solely to
sabotage, and this sabotage was rewarded. The Moon missions were stopped.
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