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    Aliens in Moon ?

    Are Aliens living in Moon ?

    The likelihood of alien life in space means we are not alone, but new information shows we may even have neighbors. An old photo of the moon, discovered through NASA’s Apollo Image Atlas, reveals what appears to be an alien base.

    The high-resolution image was discovered by Scott C. Waring, who runs UFO Sightings Daily, and there’s no doubt something strange is planted on the lunar surface.

    The photograph appears to show a large circular structure that is accompanied by an area that resembles a four-leaf clover. What it’s doing there, no one is saying, and most strangely, NASA is silent about the evidence…

    This isn’t the first time Waring has broken news about strange objects that seem to be from another world. Earlier this year, he stumbled across photographs said to be leaked by someone from NASA who wanted to provide the public with evidence of alien life. The photos were obtained on the Johnson Space Center website, and very clearly show a large unidentified object floating in the planet’s outer atmosphere. They are a bit unsettling.

    Waring then accused NASA of taking the photographs down from their site in what must have been a measure of ensuring secrecy. (Ed.: There is no evidence this is true.) NASA later restored the images, but it leaves a lingering sensation that something odd is happening on our neighboring satellite.

    Skeptics wonder if the image of the lunar base is not just a grainy photo of the Apollo CSM lunar orbit, taken from a weird angle. But NASA has neither accepted or denied either claim. As Waring stated, the base does strangely look like a “structure created by intelligent beings.”


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