In 1970 two Soviet scientists proposed that the moon is actually an alien spacecraft built by extraterrestrials with superior technology and intelligence to observe the Earth from afar. Much further out in history than this though, the African Zulu people of old believed the Moon to be hollow and the home base of the Python or Chitauri, or as some people call them the Reptilians, a race of intelligent aliens who are controlling the human race.
The Spaceship Moon Theory was put forth by two members of the the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Alexander Shcherbakov and Michael Vasin in a an article entitled “Is the Moon the Creation of Alien Intelligence?” Vasin and Shcherbakov’s came to the conclusion that alien beings with technology far superior to anything known on Earth have been using the moon as a space station.
The authors explain that the surface material of the moon is made up of different elements, which include chromium, titanium and zirconium, which are from the surface of the Earth. Furthermore they note that some rocks on the moon are actually older than the oldest rocks on Earth, which again suggests the moon is an alien space craft. They believe that the moon is made up of a rocky outer layer which is a few miles thick and beneath that there is a void, which is where the aliens can be found.
Further out in history, African Zulu legends tell of the alien race called the Chitauri who brought the moon to Earth as a vehicle to observe, manipulate and control the human race. The aliens two were known as the “water brothers” and had scaly skin, kind of like a fish. This tale is actually very similar to the ancient Mesopotamia and Sumerian accounts about the two brothers Enlil and Enki.
It is claimed that there weren’t any seasons and the planet was engulfed by a peaceful mist. The Earth was breath taking in its magnificence But once the Moon was put into place in the Earth’s orbit everything changed. Turmoil in the climate, such as that of the great flood and other major events began to take place.
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