Posts Tagged ‘Russia’

Copernican Mines, Ltd.Remember my post a while ago that featured the aerial shot of the headquarters of the Copernican Mining Company, Limited at the center of the lunar crater Copernicus?

The late Dr. Peter Beter, a strange man who supported the likes of George Wallace, espoused “Christianity” and hated Russia; and to his credit, had the insight to realize and detest the evil of the Rockefellers. Eliminating the threat to the world of the latter was perhaps his main goal in life. Too bad he didn’t succeed. Anyway…

According to the highly opinionated Dr. Beter, this isn’t a photo of Copernican Mining at all… no, this is apparently a photo of a top secret United States military moon base facility; and not only that – it was “taken out of action” by the Russians, with a particle beam weapon, in a terrible battle called “Harvest Moon!” 

I still think it’s Copernican Mining, as there are a hell of a lot of documents supporting the reality of moon (and Mars) mining operations out there, run by the military, of course. It does bear a remarkable similarity to the surface configurations of Earth based underground mining facilities, after all, but it’s still interesting to hear Beter’s opinions on this… and who knows… since he did apparently garner at least some respect from the Powers That Be, he could’ve been on to something. So, for your enjoyment, here’s an excerpt from Beter’s Audioletter 28 of November 21, 1977…

[…] When I recorded Audioletter No. 27 last month, Soviet cosmonauts had established an initial base of operations in Jules Verne Crater on the back side of the moon. However, it was expected at that time that after preliminary preparations they would very shortly be moving both equipment and personnel to the near side, setting up an operational Particle Beam weapon almost immediately when they did so. On October 30, the day after I recorded my tape, I was informed that an initial move to the front side had taken place to Gibbs Crater, which is on the southeast rim of the near side of the moon. Since that time, Soviet activity on the moon has been steadily increasing. As of now there are seven (7) Soviet Particle Beam weapons dotted around the near side of the moon and, surprisingly, there are three separate back-up bases on the far side, including the original site at Jules Verne Crater. As yet, all of these installations are very thinly manned and they are far from being self-sufficient at this point–in order to keep functioning they must periodically receive supplies from earth. But the Particle Beam weapons are operational, and if the normal Soviet pattern is followed, we can expect a test of a moon-based Particle Beam weapon against some earth target in the very near future–and if this is done, it will probably take place under circumstances where its effects can be explained away as having some other cause. Possibly for the sake of secrecy, a target area within the Soviet Union far from populated areas, will be chosen for such testing; but it’s also possible that like the first operational test of an orbital Particle Beam weapon, the first test of a Lunar Particle Beam weapon might be against some target that the Soviet Union wishes to destroy.

In any case, here are the lunar navigational coordinates of
the seven Particle Beam weapons currently on the near side of the moon: No. 1 east of the Sea of Cold at 55 degrees 54 minutes
north, 51 degrees zero minutes east; No. 2 west of the Sea of Crises at 16 – 33 North, 48 – 51 east; No. 3 southeast of the Sea of Fertility at 31 – 53 south, 73 – 9 east; No. 4 near the south pole on the southwest side at 72 – 26 south, 67 – 30 west; No. 5 near Phocylides Crater in the southwest quadrant at 50 – 53 south, 57 – 49 west; No. 6 southwest of the Ocean of Storms at 9 – 26 south, 66 – 52 west; and No. 7 northeast of the Apollo 14 landing site near the center of the near side of the moon at 1 – 23 south, 12 – 27 west. The back-up locations on the far side of the moon are at: No. 1, Jules Verne Crater roughly 36 degrees south, 147 degrees east; No. 2 southeast of Pasture Crater at 13 – 36 south, 108 – 26 east; No. 3 southwest of Compton Crater at 51 – 3 north, 95 – 0 east. […] Read it all here

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From Russia's Luna13 probe, which landed on December 24, 1966, an artifact.

I saw this last night as a post by Mikesingh at the ATS site, who is one of the good guys there. I usually scan and only sometimes visit longer on the site, as I find the preponderance of professional debunkers who lurk there like so many cockroaches in the crannies most annoying. This time was good though as this post caught my eye

Interesting because the images presented are not from the master of lies and obfuscations, but from Russia 40 plus years ago.

Interesting comment thread, as usual… I must say I wonder about some of those folks. Quite a few think it’s a piece of the lander, a piece of its antenna, claiming that Russians built only junk that fell apart. That’s well beyond patently ludicrous. Just how frakken stupid can people be?

These people were the first to land on the moon, the first to get pictures as well as the last to land on the moon. Let’s not forget Mars and Venus, either. 

If, as most claim, it’s part of the antenna, which it clearly is not if one merely hazards a peek at the spacecraft, and then at the piece, repeating as often as necessary ’till it sinks in, then, how the hell was it transmitting the images? Huh? Huh? Sorry, I’ve been at this too long to abide utter asininity and I’m just sick of it. Sorry. Seriously. It’s not on. 

I’m okay now. I don’t know what this thing is, but it ain’t no part o’ that machine.

The image above is a crop I did off the second panorama, which has a number of other interesting things in it as well as this piece.

I don’t know, maybe it’s because 25% of my makeup is Russian, or maybe it’s just the significance of the guy on the world stage, but, I just think this story… and especially the image… is rad. And so, here you go…

Lenin's ArseBomb blows hole in Lenin statue

One of Russia’s most famous statues of Vladimir Lenin has been bombed, leaving the Bolshevik revolutionary with a gaping hole in his rear.

The bronze statue, in the city of St.  Petersburg, was badly damaged before dawn on Wednesday, when the blast blew a hole in Lenin’s coat.

No-one was hurt in the attack, the motive for which was unknown.

The statue, outside the Finland Station, marks the Bolshevik leader’s return from exile in April 1917.

“Today at 0430 [0030 GMT] there was an explosion at the Lenin monument at the Finland Station in the city centre,” a spokesman for the Saint Petersburg branch of the Russian emergency situations ministry told the AFP news agency.

“As a result of the explosion a crater of 80-100cm [31-39in] appeared on the monument,” he added.

Lenin gave a speech at the railway station after his return from exile.

Later that year he would lead the revolution that overthrew the government and would take the Communists to power for more than 70 years.

St Petersburg was the cradle of the Russian Revolution and was renamed Leningrad after Lenin’s death in 1924.

Lenin’s embalmed body remains on display in a mausoleum in Moscow.

This is cool! Just a little thing… acting all probe-like and such. And located right near where 25% of my genes come from.

Over at YouTube, as expected, most of the comments lean stridently toward a fake. I don’t think it is. That being based on my video/film experience and the overall qualities of the image as it appears here. I don’t immediately see anything that leads me into thinking fake, with the possible exception of the way it ends, but… we’ll see what others have to say.

Of course it could be… any image can be these days, however, at some points one can see texture in the ball, even at YouTube resolution, which is about as bad as you can get. The dude’s really quite good if the nay-sayers are correct. Real analysis, as always, can only come from the original media.

Anyway, see what you think…

Hat tip to Alien Casebook Frontier for the lead.