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February 20, 2005

Aliens ban moon trips.

by Feòrag

India: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has announced that it is to send an unmanned mission to the moon, rather than a crewed one as expected. Speculation is rife as to why this might be:

The sudden reverse turn in India's plan and action is interesting. According many international space research think tanks, American and Russians were told by the Extraterrestrial world body of the Universe that they should not send any human beings to moon. Many even go to the extent of suggesting that Apollo 11 never landed on the moon. Some have suggested that Apollo 11 did land on the moon only to find UFOs and other advanced civilizations using moon as a space station.

ISRO announcement provides some light on the fact that there were several reports in the media that UFOs and Extraterrestrial civilizations were contacting Indian Government. Several UFO sighting still continue in the Himalayas region. There are also reports of underground UFO bases in Indo-China border areas.

India announces no manned lunar mission -- like in Russia and America did Extraterrestrial UFOs tell India not to go to moon with humans on board? - India Daily, 19th February 2005.

Posted in Science Fiction at 00:44. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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1: Posted by: Bartholomew | February 20, 2005 12:20 PM

So that's why George W Bush's promise of a mission to Mars appears to have gone for a Burton. As Criswell says in Plan 9 From Outer Space : "Can you prove these things didn't happen?"

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