For The Moon Is Hollow And Aliens Rule The Sky

For The Moon Is Hollow And Aliens Rule The Sky Is there a No Trespassing sign on the Moon Have we been warned away from there by an alien intelligence Is the Moon hiding a hollow core one with an alien civilization Do aliens take to hollowed out

  • Title: For The Moon Is Hollow And Aliens Rule The Sky
  • Author: Rob Shelsky
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Is there a No Trespassing sign on the Moon Have we been warned away from there by an alien intelligence Is the Moon hiding a hollow core, one with an alien civilization Do aliens take to hollowed out worlds out of a very real fear If anyone DID NOT BELIEVE our Moon might be hollow, it was UFO Investigator and Author, Rob Shelsky However, after researching the facts,Is there a No Trespassing sign on the Moon Have we been warned away from there by an alien intelligence Is the Moon hiding a hollow core, one with an alien civilization Do aliens take to hollowed out worlds out of a very real fear If anyone DID NOT BELIEVE our Moon might be hollow, it was UFO Investigator and Author, Rob Shelsky However, after researching the facts, the author did something he rarely does He made a complete about face on his views regarding The Hollow Moon Theory Just why did he do this For a good reason because the evidence to support the idea of our Moon being hollow was far greater than he had ever suspected and comes from a wide variety of scientific disciplines and sources The Author discovered there is also a veritable avalanche of evidence for the existence of aliens being on or in a hollow Moon If you have ever wondered if the Moon might just be hollow, after reading this book, For The Moon Is Hollow And Aliens Rule The Sky, you will wonder no This book includes evidence for Recorded historical evidence for our Moon not always having been in our skies Discusses the truth of the Spaceship Moon Theory Hollow Moon Theory Names the five main theories of our Moon s origin and what s wrong with them Shows evidence for not just one, but possibly two hollow moons Develops a new theory, that of the Diaspora of alien civilizations to the stars Bizarre physical oddities about our Moon Strange evidence for alien structures on the Moon Weird events show evidence for aliens in space, in our skies, and on the Moon Convincing evidence and arguments as to just why the Moon is hollow Documented account of aliens and our astronauts An in depth discussion of just what all this may mean for humanity And The author builds his case for the idea of our Moon being hollow step by easy step, and provides information from a wide variety of sources to support this theory Is our Moon hollow Do aliens dwell within it Do such strange beings rule our sky The answers all lie in For The Moon Is Hollow And Aliens Rule The Sky, a cutting edge look at all the latest ideas, theories, and facts to support them, as well as including a new theory of just why it may well be that all intelligent civilizations might take to the stars in hollowed out worlds And what fear drives them to do so

    One thought on “For The Moon Is Hollow And Aliens Rule The Sky”

    1. Does a thorough job of giving the argument legs to stand on. Convinced me. Then repeated itself for 80 pages and pissed me off.

    2. Pretty thought provoking and fun. It works best the less you know about astronomy, archaeology, and physics. You have to be willing to accept out of context information as fact--for example, did you know there was a time when there was no moon in the sky? Some legends mention that "fact" from the ancient world ("In the time before the moon had been born" type stuff), therefore it must've true. There's lots of talk of logic and Occam's Razor but at the end of the day it is just ancient aliens in [...]

    3. This book started off very interesting and grounded in facts while exploring strange things about the Moon. Most of these were new to me so I was curious and intrigued. Later, the book veered more and more into speculation, which was interesting to read and consider, but I couldn't really accept it. This book also needed much better editing. Overall, I'm glad I read it, but take the second half with a huge grain of salt.

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