Moon Anomalies: Structures on the Dark Side of the Moon
Within the available photographs, there are numerous images of what appear to be massive artificial structures, blotted out by ham-fisted censors. The shapes of many of these structures remain clearly visible. The enormous size of these structures, some over a mile in length, indicates that they must have been built by a civilisation considerably more advanced than our own. Some think that aliens have built these structures, but there is no definitive proof. An alternative explanation could be that they were built by humans – by a super civilization that vanished from the face of the earth more than 10,000 years ago.
Discovery of these lunar structures is nothing short of momentous - So why the obvious cover-up? It seems that it is not just the US and the Russians who is involved in this now. What has happened to all the lunar photographs that we were promised by the Chinese? Relatively few have been released to the public - And what about the Japanese and European moon mapping missions? Again, relatively few images can be accessed by the public. It will be interesting to see what the Indians do with their lunar images – but don’t hold your breath. It is becoming increasingly obvious that world governments are trying to keep a lid on this – WHY? The obvious reason would be that the powers-that-be accept text book archaeology. ‘Experts’ consider the existence of an ancient super civilization, before the ending of the last Ice Age, to be a myth. Therefore, the obvious reasoning would be that any artificial structures on the moon must be of alien origin – and that the world is not ready for solid evidence of an alien civilisation so close to home.
Below are photographs of the lunar surface that come from the Clementine and European Space Agency (ESA) files. Most of these images have been censored. Massive structures have been smudged in an attempt to hide them. However, their overall shape is still visible and in some photographs parts of the structures are still visible.
Overhead view of massive rectangular structure on the lunar surface [Clementine: Lat 0; Long 318].
Blanked out building next to a crater. Parts of the rectangular edges of the structure are still visible [Clementine: Lat -70; Long 137].
Massive tower-like object at the inside perimeter of a crater. The shadow cast by the structure is clearly visible on the left hand side. This image, taken by the advanced Moon Imaging Experiment (AMIE) on board ESA’s SMART-1 spacecraft, shows crater Lomonosov(92 kilometres in diameter) on the Moon’s far side. AMIE obtained the image on the 30th January 2006 from a distance of about 2100 kilometres from the surface, with a ground resolution of 190 metres per pixel. The imaged area is centred at a latitude of 27.8º North and a longitude of 98.6º East [AMI-EAE3-001856-00042-00038].