If you’ve ever looked up into the night sky and gotten the feeling that you weren’t seeing everything… If you’ve stood on a beach and suspected that there’s more to the tides than meets the eye… If you think that “they” aren’t telling you the whole story… You’re not alone, and you aren’t wrong! Starting from a very early age, you were taught that Earth has one moon and only one moon—the Moon. But what’s beyond the dark side of that moon? What are they hiding back there?
Another moon. A whole other moon. A secret moon, harboring more secrets. Dark side, indeed.
Just who are “they,” and just what are they hiding, other than an entire second moon? They are NASA, of course, with the cooperation of the International Council for Science, the express complicity of the Freemasons, the Rosicrucians, and the Salvation Army, and the tacit acquiescence of the Illuminati, the Hermetic Brotherhood of Light, and the Order of the Solar Temple. And what “they” are hiding on this other moon include many of the very things you’d assume—Amelia Earhart’s plane, Bigfoot’s remains, the Higgs boson, Noah’s Ark—but also the entire city of El Dorado, the Gospel of the Four Heavenly Realms, and socks. Lots and lots of socks. Oh, so many socks!
Ironically, there are some—many, even—conspiracy theorists who believe that the so-called “Moon Landing” was in fact a charade, a (cruel?) hoax perpetrated on the world by an arrogant cadre of well-equipped pranksters. To the contrary: Not only did the crew of Apollo 11 visit the capital-M “Moon” in 1969 just as the world was shown, but it was during that milestone mission that the second moon—capital-M “Moon 2”—was discovered. In the years since, the public’s attention has been directed toward whether Neil Armstrong stated, “That’s one small step for man… one giant leap for mankind” or “…for a man…” specifically to distract attention from the fact that Commander Armstrong went on to inquire, “Hey, is that another moon over there…?!” Similarly, while everyone is busy misquoting Apollo 13 Command Module Pilot John L. “Jack” Swigert’s report, “Houston, we’ve had a problem here,” very few people know that he also said, “Houston, we have two moons.”
Why, you might be asking, do “they” not want “us” to know about the other moon? “They” will tell “you” that it’s for “our” own good, that if “we” were to know about a second moon, we might panic, or complain, or not think much of it. They would have us believe that they’re protecting us from something rather than denying us the pleasure of being aware of something we would not ever be able to observe with the naked eye anyway, during the day or at night, regardless of the season or what hemisphere or drugs we’re on. They aren’t the boss of us, though.
“So what,” you might be asking now, justifiably incensed, “can I do about this?” Nothing. There is nothing you can do about it. You might imagine that it would help to spread the word, but I’ve tried, and to no avail. Simply telling people about the moon “they” don’t want you to know about is not effective, at all. People just don’t want to know about another moon, or they just can’t wrap their heads around the possibility. Maybe if they could see this other moon they would believe it, but unless you’ve got the means to go into space and take pictures of the moon we don’t know behind the moon that we know and love, I’m afraid we’re out of luck. “They” win again.