Saturday, August 25, 2012

One "Eagle" Neil Armstrong Dies and Life Continues Forward***

Today Neil Armstrong, age 82 has died.  Many of us well remember the first landing on the moon and Neil was the first man to stand on this satellite of planet Earth. 
Neil Armstrong, First Man on the Moon, July 20, 1969

"Armstrong died following complications resulting from cardiovascular procedures, a statement Saturday from his family said."

Selling my Commemorative Plate of First Moon Landing.  The 12" diameter plate hangs in my "Stuff and Such" place.  If you are interested email me (see address(@About Me).  It is a very nice collectible to  commemorate a piece of history.  All offers considered.

Exploration of space has advanced by leaps and gallops since that time July 20, 1969. What might we accrue in space knowledge over the next 40 years, I wonder.

Recently, planet Mars was the newest landing site, according to NASA. We citizens of earth are only told just enough to titillate our curiosity.....although we are footing the bill and should know what we are getting for our money.

Oddly, I recall an announcement some time ago that NASA would do no more space tripping journeys. 'Nothing on Mars' is my understanding. Hmmph! Just wait; next thing we'll possibly, probably, hear is "We have encountered the Little Green Men!"
Hello, dear Human

LOL, Ahhaha, the laugh is on you.  Take us to your leaders!

Why does government go to such extremes to keep us 'Earthlings' uninformed of the truth of matters?

Could it be we are under very constrictive control?
Nah, Never.

Steven Greer's Project
Dr. Steven Greer, an emergency room doctor, is the guiding hand with the "Disclosure Project". Probably you haven't heard of it, so do some research for yourself - google the terms. This project began back in 2000, gradually building momentum over the years, gaining more information daily about all the hidden facts of what has been going on with the "hidden agendas" that are funded by "we the people". Hmm, the more I read, the more I learn. Mind boggling stuff it is. Totally astounding! Tiny bits and hints are now reaching us via the public media but still....

I won't forget, ever, the triangular object/craft that hovered over my head for several minutes years ago.  Wonder if I got zapped?

It is time to take the lid off the secrecy pot.

Goodbye, Neil Armstrong. Fly high. You were a part of great discoveries happening.

Neil Armstrong

Armstrong speaking

Armstrong, Aldrin and Edwards 1969

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