The US Navy planned to deploy 10,000 people to the Moon in the early 1970s as part of a clandestine lunar colonies program created under NASA’s Apollo mission.
The covert Navy effort came to an end after the Apollo 11 mission, according to William Tompkins, a senior aerospace designer who engaged with key NASA corporate contractors during the Apollo time. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were greeted by a swarm of hostile alien spaceships.
What happened on the Moon
Tompkins’ recently released book, Selected by Extraterrestrials, describes what actually happened on the Moon. At the time of the Moon landing, Tompkins worked for TRW, a well-known aerospace company that built Pioneer 1, the first NASA satellite.
TRW worked in the Apollo missions’ operations center and was in charge of a number of critical parts used in the Apollo spacecraft. TRW employed Tompkins from July 1967 to March 1971. He discusses his role in the development of the Cape Canaveral Launch Operations Center.
Dr. Kurt H. Debus had been attracted by Tompkins’ novel ideas for potential Apollo missions during the last two years of his twelve-year career at the Douglas Aviation Company (1950-1963).
Debus was named the first director of the NASA Launch Operation Center, which was later renamed the Kennedy Space Center when JFK was slain. He served in this capacity until November 1974.
Debus invited Tompkins to join a Working Group for the future Launch Operations Center in 1963.
The two attended a series of classified meetings to discuss the Apollo mission‘s future and its actual purpose as part of the grandiose Navy space program known as “NOVA,” which planned to surreptitiously build military colonies on the Moon, Mars, and other nearby star systems.
NOVA’s ambitious four-stage strategy began with the Apollo Moon landings.
The second phase of the NOVA program envisioned landing 10,000 humans on the moon.
Stage three involved establishing colonies on Mars and other planetary bodies around the Solar System.
In Stage 4, man-manned Navy outposts were to be erected in 12 neighboring star systems.
Tompkins used a variety of facts in his memoirs to back up his ridiculous statements.
The first is a 1963 study on launch vehicles for the classified NOVA program conducted by the Douglas Aviation Company.
The second is a memo from the Douglas Aviation Company dated April 15, 1963.
It backs up Dr. Debus’ selection of Tompkins for the Launch Operations Center and the NASA concepts he was working on.
Tompkins describes his experiences working on NOVA and the Apollo missions:
As the chief of the engineering section, I was responsible for the development of various missions and spacecraft for planetary exploration missions to planets orbiting our nearest stars.
I created an equatorial launch complex, a Mars facility, and massive NOVA vehicles. I also built several 2,000-person military barracks for our Moon.
I worked on the checkout and launch-test systems for the Apollo Moon Saturn V, SIV-1B, and reassembly with the command control Moon vehicle, which required an almost complete redesign of the major facility operations for the entire Launch Control Center.
Tompkins claims that he was a member of a large TRW crew at the NASA Launch Operations Center in Cape Canaveral during the Apollo 11 Moon landing in July 1969.
He stated that the television cameras aboard the Apollo Lander delivered a live feed of what Armstrong and Aldrin were seeing.
According to Tompkins, Armstrong and Aldrin were greeted by a fleet of extraterrestrial spacecraft that appeared to be dangerously near to the Apollo Lunar Lander:
The Landing Module (LEM) made contact with the Moon’s surface in the Sea of Tranquility Crater, which had massive vehicles parked along its rim.
As he took the First Step for Man on the Moon, Neil Armstrong glanced up to the crater’s edge and remarked to mission control, ”
“There have been more ships arrive, and they are enormous ships.” The typical person did not hear or see the gigantic extraterrestrial starships.
The CIA classified the information as “far above top secret” after Armstrong panned his camera in a 360-degree circle around the crater.
Tompkins collaborated with TRW and NASA staff to develop a depiction of what he saw on the Apollo live stream camera.
Tompkins outlines how the Navy’s clandestine strategy was foiled, effectively halting its backing for the Apollo program:
The aliens put up a “NO TRESPASSING” sign, but they still let us do a few more Apollo landings so we could collect stones and play on the beach.
Due to extraterrestrial intervention, our plans to create a manned naval base on the Moon have been placed on hold.
Tompkins’ account of what he claims to have seen on the NASA live broadcast of the Moon landing matches reports by retired NASA employee Otto Bender and HAM radio intercepts of the live transmission.
According to Bender, the crew of Apollo 11 reported being monitored by massive alien vehicles.
Bender established that the following communication, which NASA withheld from the public, was sent to NASA’s Houston headquarters on an Apollo 11 VHF transmission.
Salutations from Mission Control! Apollo 11 has been contacted by Mission Control.
Sir, these babies are enormous, says Apollo 11. You’d never believe it if I told you! There are other ships out there, I assure you. lined up on the crater rim’s far side… They are keeping an eye on us from the moon.
Dr. Stephen Greer wrote on his blog on August 27, 2012, that he spoke with close family members of both Armstrong and Aldrin and learned the truth about what the astronauts witnessed on the moon:
According to their respective close friends and family members, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin both spotted numerous large UFOs near to the crater where the Lunar Module landed.
I’ve also spoken with military leaders who have seen the previously unseen video from this event.
Greer’s testimony is important because it backs up Tompkins’ assertion that Aldrin and Armstrong were seeing a live video transmission.
So, why did NASA finally call it quits on the Apollo missions if extraterrestrials were already here and keeping a watch on Earth?
Armstrong states that the response is as follows, as provided by an unidentified NASA professor at a symposium:
Professor, what happened to Apollo 11 over there?
Armstrong: It was amazing… We were, of course, aware of the potential and had already been warned. A space station or a lunar city were never discussed back then.
Professor: What exactly do you mean when you say “warned off”?
Armstrong: I won’t get into specifics, but their spacecraft were far larger and more sophisticated than ours, and boy, were they big! … and about… No, it is not possible to create a space station.
Professor: Was NASA involved in any other missions besides Apollo 11?
Armstrong: NASA was certainly committed at the moment and couldn’t risk disrupting Earth’s calm. But it was just a simple scoop and return.
The unidentified Professor backs up Tompkins’ assertion that NASA was briefed about the moon and that plans for a “lunar city” were being developed. Strong>Timothy Good/strong> first mentioned him in his seminal work, Above Top Secret (p. 186 – 1987).
Actually, the city was intended to be a US Navy base as part of the NOVA plan.
Extraterrestrials manned the massive starships that risked the Apollo 11 mission’s safety because they did not want the US Navy to build a beachhead for future military bases on the Moon.
In July 1969, the US Navy was unable to proceed with its plan to utilize numerous NOVA rocket launchers to drop 10,000 people on the Moon, therefore ending the NOVA program.
The first antigravity space ships for the US Navy’s Solar Warden program would take more than ten years to develop.
According to Tompkins and other whistleblowers, the first US Navy space fighting groups were deployed in the early 1980s, during the Reagan administration, and thus marked the beginning of the US Navy’s involvement in deep space.