Kubrick and Apollo

In our May 3, 2011 post: “Did We Go to The Moon,” our focus was on Apollo 11. We concluded, and continue to affirm, that Apollo 11 was successful. However, it is nonetheless true that photographic evidence released to the public, and perhaps even to NASA’s control room staff, was faked in the interest of National Security because every piece of the actual film would contain informational images never before available to anyone, images loaded with valuable data to be studied by a small number of insider scientists. Anything broadcast to the American people would have, obviously, been received by other nations. A lot was at stake—the eventual winner of the “space race” would (and will) control the Moon and gain the greatest imaginable military advantage.

For each mission there had to be two sets of film: one genuine, to be kept secret, and one staged for taxpayer consumption. In the course of our separate and ongoing research into the films of Stanley Kubrick, we saw compelling evidence for the argument that he was the filmmaker who created those staged images. In later films he seems to have supplied clues to his involvement in this clandestine project as well as clues to other knowledge he had gained about certain powers-that-be. In addition to items excavated by other researchers, PluribusOne™ has discovered what appears to be the coded disclosure of the name of the person in charge of the covert side of the Apollo missions. We are withholding that, pending further study toward confirmation.

Although NASA did go to the Moon and deploy men to explore its surface, it is possible that one Apollo mission was almost entirely hoaxed: Apollo 12. We spotted something in one of Kubrick’s films that may be a clue missed by others who have researched this matter. For now, we are withholding a description of that possible clue, except to say that it might indicate that Kubrick intended to leak a disclosure that, for all intents and purposes, there was no Apollo 12. If so, then the Apollo 12 mission that provably launched might not have left Earth orbit, in which case all en route and on-Moon activities, including photographic records, were faked. Other than already known bogus images, is there anything to support this speculation, any good circumstantial evidence?

  • Shortly after lift-off the rocket was struck by lightning twice. All primary fuel cells were lost. Backup power was engaged and fuel cells allegedly restored, but when the spacecraft went into Earth orbit, ground control was unable to fully assess damages to mechanisms such as guidance and parachute systems. It was undeterminable whether the men could even be brought back alive. To attempt to proceed to the Moon would have been imprudent, to say the least.
  • Alan Bean allegedly damaged the color video camera, such that it recorded nothing, and “misplaced” the shutter-timer that would have enabled taking a group photograph at the Surveyor 3 site. He also “forgot” to bring back most of the rolls of allegedly exposed film. Add to this the fact that images allegedly acquired from Apollo 12’s lunar orbit show no real evidence, only dots and marks that could have been doctored-in, as may be the case again with reimaging done via the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter in 2009. Certainty remains elusive. Time will tell.

The idea that the term “military intelligence” is oxymoronic could not be further from the truth. Key leaders are well-versed in the art and science of keeping secrets. And, although neither NASA nor conspiracy theorists have mentioned it, filmmakers have their own agendas and are also equipped to play elaborate mind-games.


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