For most people the suggestion that the Moon could be artificial is
about as sensible as saying that it is made of green cheese.
This is a perfectly reasonable response
based on everything that we know about the world we live in, where
there are just two kinds of objects: those that are here because the
random forces of the Universe - that we call 'nature' - caused them
to exist; or because they were manufactured by human hand.
However super-rational our scientific community considers itself to
be, there are still huge numbers of people who believe things that
are not proven by empiric means. In a recent poll it was found that
no less than ninety-two per cent of Americans say they believe in
God 1 - and other surveys indicate that many
millions of people are equally convinced that aliens have visited
God may well exist, and so too might aliens for all we know,
but this book will only concern itself with hard, scientific facts.
And, unlike so many of those trapped in the politically correct
world of academia, our published findings will not be constrained by
the demands of current convention.
The information we put forward here is
clear, testable and, we believe, irrefutable.
Despite the fact that the Moon is almost certainly 4.6 billion years
old, we will demonstrate beyond all reasonable doubt that Earth's
Moon cannot be a natural object.
And then we shall explain in detail how
the agency that manufactured the Moon left a series of detailed
messages of what had been done and for whom it had been undertaken.
So, here is our challenge. Put aside your natural incredulity and
read this book with an open mind, check out the evidence then ask
yourself 'Who built the Moon?'
We have cited three possibilities but maybe you can think of more.
However, the last of our suggestions appears to us to be
increasingly likely. It is a worrying, staggering, exciting and
completely awesome concept.
And, if there is even an outside chance
that this could be the answer, the world has a major new challenge
ahead of it.
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