OUR MOON -- IN LATE 2012

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DISCUSSION

OUR MOON IS PEOPLED, IT IS VERY SMALL (PROBABLY NOT MORE THAN 10-11 MILES IN DIAMETER) AND VERY CLOSE TO US--so close it's in danger of being overheated by our new micro-star Wormwood, as Earth proceeds toward the Orion Constellations with Nibiru & Company.

In this first section, since I can only talk about what I can see clearly, this Moon is under reconstruction; apparently it has been depopulated and is under new management.

2009 MOON ... 2011 CRESCENT ... 2012 JULY 4TH ...

2012 Aug 1 ... Image by Friend Casper ... 2012 Aug 1 ... Image by Friend Casper ... Wow! Changes! ... Changes do not happen by themselves. ...

Bill Bryson SITE TITLE 1 ... Bill Bryson SITE TITLE 2 ...

Bill Bryson's images show a great deal of color which I believe is the result of COLORED LIGHTS--not just ambient color. Artificial lighting and COLORED lighting have often been witnessed from Earth. Here are some NON-Bryson images that corroborate the use of colored lighting. Video links provided.

YTVid Jan 10 2012 ... YTVid March 7 2012 ... YTVid April 4 2012 ...

YTVid March 7 2012 ... YTVid April 4 2012 ... YTVid March 7 2012 ...

This is a blue light of a different nature, one we must intuit its power and place. It's an important Element [highly lit black-blue sphere] because IT's on parade. Maybe you're not ready for the idea yet, that an Entity, a Divinity, can assume such an appearance; however, there is an ethereal FACE surrounding the space in which IT occupies.

Power Source ?? ... Gravitron? or what? ... IN a Parade ! ... Perhaps A DIVINITY? ...

Now let's jump on a bus coming into town. Here it comes--black as coal--through snow and ice; it's hard to identify until shot 13. Golden Arch is the roof-INSIGNIA on this triple-decker lumbering along. Entry door is in the front and there are two drivers' compartments. In shot 14 it's clear as can be, the size of a large firetruck. I wouldn't have known this was a BUS except that the NEXT sequence of photos show ITS BACK END.

ICE and slush blanket everything ... HUGE hulk ... escorted ... by military ...

So now the bus is leaving us behind, as it lumbers off, with passengers hanging off the back end, leaning out the windows, and the conductor making one last check before it takes off again.

It's rear ... It loads off a platform. ... Bustop is very busy. ... and OFF it goes. ...

NEXT--EVACUATION: These are the images going up today, Sunday August 5th. I believe these Evacuation images are from the 1994 Clementine Mission, although I could be wrong. In "Celestial," there are no citations whose photos are whose, so I'm guessing. Also, in this series, we have to get used to multiple exposures and layered images, because that's what we've got to deal with.

Seasonal Festivities ... Winter ICE ... Winter ICE again ...

LEADERS GATHERED ... SAME in false color ... RESCUE is welcomed ...

A RAMP set up ... PEOPLE filed onboard ... The [highlighted] outboard engine shows clearly ...

PEOPLE said Goodbye ... SAME in false color ... OTHERS stayed and this must be Ten-Forward's exit. ... But look! There are humans-of-the-Light and Others-of-the-Darkness in this one image! I never noticed this before. This is a human drama photo, of leaving Home. And if ever I have seen a multi-dimensional-exposed and layered image, this is it.

SHIP pulled away leaving black shadows ... But the cool thing about THIS image is that you can SEE one of both Moon engines partially-extended [over the peoples' heads] so I highlighted these. Each has six cylinder-tubes, and each one has four stainless steel gasket-seals, so they still need another twenty-four gaskets to get the second one going again, but specifications may be slightly different for the other [larger] engine. There's always been a problem with these mis-matched engines, because their thrust differs, so steering is tricky. That's why they're only using one engine this time; slow but sure. But all this is hard to tell from here, even for a remote viewer. [Actually I must have made this all up, right?]

Specs for the second engine's gaskets (same stainless steel .278 +/- .002" thickness); ID 4.8890 (no tol); OD 5.600-5.700" (approx 1/2" gauge, ~5.65" outer diameter). Number 26 (two spare).

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to be continued.