According to science, the moon is a natural satellite locked in Earth’s orbit that exerts a gravitational force on our planet responsible with pulling on water in the oceans and causing bulges that create “high tide”.
We can only see one of its two faces, as the dark side of the moon lies concealed, away from any curious eyes.
When looked at through a telescope, the moon reveals many intriguing features deemed natural by the scientific community.
There are numerous formations, especially inside craters, that greatly resemble artificial structures, the likes we see here on Earth. They also reflect a great deal of sunlight.
Because of these, researchers pursuing alternative truths have wondered if there isn’t already an active moon operation in place.
After all, the moon is a very strategic spot: it has one hidden side where you can place all the bases without anyone noticing, while the other side is constantly keeping an eye on unaware earthlings.
And judging by the space race of the 60s where the U.S. competed against the Soviet Union to claim first spot on the moon, they really wanted to get the operations going.
Whoever reached the lunar surface first had the upper hand in establishing the first facility, as well as discovering what was up there.
After this duel had been comfortably won by the U.S., a new age to conquer Earth’s orbit, as well as space, began.
On March 23 1983, President Ronald Raegan initiated the Strategic Defense Initiative or SDI.
The project, dubbed Star Wars, was meant to deflect the Russian ICBM missiles in case they were launched towards the U.S. or Europe.