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Did you know: Warning from Aliens is the reason why astronauts don't go to Moon, claims report

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 17 November 2017, 16:16 IST
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When was the last time, when humans went to the Moon? Think.... think.... still thinking? I bet you can not answer this question without searching it on Google. But why? If the theories are to believed then, there is a popular rumour doing round on the Internet in which it is claimed that 'Our Moon' has been occupied by 'advanced aliens' and they have forbidden humans from going there. Not only that but some people also suggest that 'American space agency' is hiding many secrets from the society.

Some of the secrets, reportedly, include that space agencies don't go on Moon because on the dark side of Moon there are alien bases and they have banned humans. We don't fly to Moon anymore because it might start a war with aliens?

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A popular website of conspiracy theory Ancient Code have asked a question to its audience.
In a feature devoted to the theory, conspiracy theory website Ancient Code said: "Have you ever asked yourself why mankind has not returned to the moon in recent years?”

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"According to many researchers and Ufologists, the American space agency is hiding a sinister secret from society, and we are not familiar with everything that has occurred—and is still occurring—on the surface of the moon.

"Many people claim there is enough evidence to suggest there are alien bases on the moon.”

"Rumours, declassified documents, and whistleblowers have come forward saying that agencies around the globe simply cannot afford to let society know what’s really on the moon."

If the theories on the Internet to be believed, then it claims that during their moon landing NASA astronauts had met aliens who had asked them not to return on the Moon.

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The website further adds that: "The idea that there are alien bases on the moon would explain why we stopped so abruptly going to the moon.”

"Also, with our current technology, why haven’t we created a permanent manned outpost on the lunar surface?”

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"Wouldn’t it be easier to build a permanent structure on the surface of the moon, than to have a floating space station orbiting around Earth?"

The theory also suggests that 'the aliens' have marked moon as their territory and they are mining the surface of the moon for resources and they are also using it as the base station for UFOs that have already visited earth. The late doctor Harold Urey, who had investigated lunar science in the early 50s, also once claimed that he was “terribly puzzled" by the rock that was found on the moon and their Titanium content. Not only that but Scott C Waring, the editor of ufiosightingsdaily.com, claims that there is an evidence of structures on the surface of Moon in the Navy Archives.

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In a blog, Scott C Waring said that he had found these structure and he found it really fascinating.

The Ancient Code further added that: "But, is there really an alien base there? Well, I guess you can’t know that but, is it a coincidence that there are some lunar rocks that have been found to contain PROCESSED METALS such as Brass, Uranium 236 and Neptunium 237?”

The most interesting thing about these metals is that the element that was found on the surface of the moon, they never occur naturally. For example, Uranium 236 is a radioactive nuclear waste and Neptunium 237 is a radioactive metallic element.

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First published: 30 October 2017, 14:40 IST