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Alien Moon Bases

Date: 11-18-03
Host: George Noory
Guests: Glenn Steckling

Glenn Steckling(website(1)), Tuesday's main guest,discussed the preponderance of visual evidence for unusual structures and activities on the moon. His revision of his late father’s book, “Alien Bases on the Moon," includes many of these photographs.
Glenn also discussed his father's close relationship with the well-known contactee George Adamski, who served as a mentor to Fred Steckling and gave him his ET/UFO documentation before he died.
Glenn said that evidence for lunar anomalies date back to ancient times (a NASA database with sightings going back to the 1500's can be viewed here(2)) and he speculated that ET's have been using the moon as a base for centuries. He also believes that the US has returned to the moon in recent years, and may have launched rockets clandestinely from the Indian Ocean or be using a non-missile technology.

1. http://www.gafintl-adamski.com/html/Moon.htm
2. http://www.mufor.org/tlp/lunar.html

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Moon Anomalies

Glenn Steckling provided the following images with captions:

  • Photo 1 Apollo 12 photograph - backside of the moon - luminescent object lighting up surface and surrounding craters.
  • Photo 2Materials pouring out of smaller crater over the rim of the larger and into it.... Mining?
  • Photo 3
  • Photo 4 Cigar object hovering above ground alongside of crater.
  • Photo 5 Lunar Orbiter IV photo of symmetric constructions? --alongside both crater terraces.
  • Photo 6 Lunar Orbiter IV photo ... notice cloud hanging over the left rim of crater, casting a shadow underneath .... clouds require moister, atmospheric stability, pressure, thermal activity, etc.

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