“Aliens prevented the Navy from establishing military bases on the Moon”
In the 1970s, the US Navy, along with NASA, had a mission to put 10,000 people on the Moon as part of a secret program. However, an unexpected encounter with Apollo 11 aliens scrapped all plans.
William Tompkins, a prominent space designer who worked alongside major NASA contractors during the Apollo mission, claimed that Apollo 11 was met by a fleet of alien spacecraft.
This can be verified with the space shuttle recordings, where Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin are seen warning of the presence of these colossal vehicles.
Apollo 11 and the encounter with aliens
Tompkins’ account of what happened on the Moon is found in his autobiography, “Selected By Extraterrestrials.”
At the time of the moon landing, Tompkins was working for the aerospace corporation TRW, charged with building NASA’s Paioneer 1 satellite.
He also built a number of important components for the Apollo spacecraft, which is why his people worked in the mission’s operations center.
Tompkins worked from 1967 to 1971 for TRW, and his job was to design the Launch Operations Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
The designer’s career was already successful before his arrival at TRW; He spent 12 years working at Douglas Aviation Company, where he spent the last 2 years working on innovative designs for the Apollo missions, thanks to Kurt H. Debus.
In 1962, Debus was promoted to First Director of NASA’s Launch Operations Center, a position he held until his retirement.
A year later, he appointed Tompklins to a Task Force for the future of the Launch Operations Center. The two met secretly on several occasions to decide the future of the Apollo program.
Especially, they discussed about the real objective of the mission; the Naval Space Program “NOVA”, focused on establishing secret bases on the Moon, Mars and nearby star systems.
The steps of the NOVA program
The Apollo landings were just the first stage of a 4-stage project.
NOVA’s second stage was to take 10,000 people to the Moon. The third was to create bases on Mars and other nearby planetary bodies.
Finally, the fourth step consisted of bringing in Navy crews and establishing them in 12 contiguous Star Systems.
As Section Chief of Engineering, I conceived dozens of missions and spacecraft designed for exploratory operations on planets orbiting our nearest stars.
Designed a station to build on Mars, massive NOVA vehicles and equatorial launch facilities.
I also designed several 2,000 man military bases for our Moon…
Designed the launch verification and test systems for the Apollo Moon Saturn V, SIV-1B and reassembly with the Moon Command Control Vehicle, a near-complete redesign of the main facilities throughout the Launch Control Center. »
In 1969, the space designer was at the Launch Operations Center at Cape Canaveral. The Apollo Lander camera broadcast live footage of Armstrong and Aldrin and what they were witnessing.
It was there, where they were observed as they were greeted by a fleet of alien spacecraft, which were around the space shuttle.
The end of the secret program
This event ended Project NOVA, also ending Tompkins’ participation in the Apollo program.
“The aliens put up their ‘Stop’ sign, but they allowed us to make several additional Apollo landings to pick up some rocks and play in the sand.
Alien action interrupted our plans to build our manned Naval Base on the Moon. ”
Other NASA insiders such as Otto Bender claimed that HAM radio operators intercepted VHF signals transmitted from Apollo 11 to NASA Headquarters in Houston. In them, they could be heard as they warned of the presence of huge spacecraft.
Relatives and close associates of the astronauts also confirmed this story in 2012 to Steven Greer.
The writer said he interviewed each of those involved and they all gave similar statements about what the astronauts told.
It is possible that the aliens did not want the Navy to establish military bases on the Moon. With this refusal, the NOVA program would have ended radically in 1969. Next, the very interesting documentary by JJ Benítez, “Mirlo Rojo”: