Earth’s moon is monitored by the Solar Warden (see space fleet at the Sea of tranquility). A 2018 report reveals evidence for an underground network of passageways, that may be penetrating the Moon’s interior, suspect of housing ice. On the far side of the moon, towards the South Pole, the retiredafb files gives a report of having recovered an EBE from a crashed spacecraft, while on an Apollo mission.
North pole[edit | edit source]
Small holes in a large crater near the North Pole of the moon may offer sky-lit entrances to an underground network of lava tubes, according to a new discovery. The holes could offer passageways into the moon's interior, where researchers believe ice could be found, as a potential water. If there is underground ice, the lunar north pole may be the best chance of finding it.
South pole[edit | edit source]
In the retiredafb files, an ancient crashed triangular spacecraft was discovered on the far side of the moon, at Izsak crater, near lunar coordinates: 17.3° S, 117.62° E. The discovery was made on an Apollo mission, where the CDR and LMP recovered a body from the spacecraft of a crew of up to 300 dormant EBEs. The intact body, was that of a pilot, described as: “Humanoid, female, 1.65 meters. Genitalized, haired, six fingers.” The recovery team nicknamed her Mona Lisa. They boarded her on the Lunar Module, performed amateurish evaluations, then brought her back to Earth.
References[edit | edit source]
- Newsweek, NASA Finds Lava Tubes Near Moon's North Pole That May be Passageways to Hidden Water, by MEGHAN BARTELS ON 1/12/18
- Scantamburlo, Luca. Apollo 20. The Disclosure, p. 30
- Pravda Report, The Lacerta File I, pub. 2002 (Lacerta interview 1999, with commentary)