That's no moon, it's a space station

Laurens

New Member
David Icke on the moon:

This raises a couple of important questions:

1. How the fuck do people take this guy seriously?
2. Why isn't he on medication when he admits that hears voices telling him that the moon isn't real?
 

Prolescum

New Member
1. Not many do.
2. I think he's heard the story from a guy who did a long interview with those Project Avalon folks. That's where I heard it originally. They cover most of that type of tripe... David Icke, David Wilcock, Jordan Maxwell, Michael Tsarion.

I watch them when there's no decent comedy on the iplayer.
 

nudger1964

New Member
i cant sit through listening to a david icke interview, so i am assuming he is talking of earths moon.
there has been a lot of chatter over the last couple of years about Mars larger moon (but its still very ickle at 11km radius) being either artificial or carlved out to have been a space station for martians.
this has mostly been pedaled by Richard Hoagland (recently- the possibility of space station phobos has been around for many many years), who mostly makes his living from selling conspiracy theory books. An unwise Buz Aldrin has even talked about the monolith pictured on its surface, although he was meaning to be slightly tongue in cheek about it.
Still, Phobos is interesting, and at least there is some evidence it does have cavities under its surface, and yet more that these cavities may have some kind of atmosphere.
so far as i know, this conspiracy theory hasnt yet been fully debunked...but of course, you have to have a very low standard of evidence to buy it.
 

malicious_bloke

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nudger1964 said:
there is some evidence it does have cavities under its surface, and yet more that these cavities may have some kind of atmosphere.
Can you give us a source for this? It does indeed sound interesting.
 

Frenger

New Member
I watched an incredible documentary about David Icke once where a team followed him around on his tours.

He made some amazing points at the start, talking about the amount of CCTV cameras and how Orwell's 1984 was becoming more and more realised in the UK and really, you start to really like him and think "why does everyone take the piss out of him?"

Then, half way through a lecture he is in the back with his wife saying "it's going great, I have the audience this is going great".

And she nods, smiling and encouragingly

And then he says "I'm going to go for the Reptiles bit"

And her face just drops, and she says "please, don't do the reptile bit.

Even she thought he was bonkers.
 
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