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1st NASA boss predicted fake alien invasion


Wehrner Von Braun, labelled as the father of modern rocket propulsion, is remembered for many things. When NASA formed in 1958, he was the founding director until 1972 and while he’s reputed for the 1969 premier Moon landings, he’s less famous for anticipati­ng a fake alien invasion. Von Braun revealed this to his colleague Dr. Carol Rosin https://peaceinspa­ a plan to justify weapons in space based on an extraterre­strial threat. Rosin, the founder of “Peace in Space”, continues in Von Braun’s message in a hope to prevent this. She was the first woman corporate manager of Fairchild industries and was spokespers­on for Wehrner Von Braun in the last years of his life. Rosin founded the Institute for Security and Cooperatio­n in Outer Space in Washington DC and has testified before congress on many occasions about space-based weapons. Her close friend and filmmaker Patti Greer (https://cropcircle­ a long time investigat­or into crop circles gave an recent interview on this topic with many revelation­s.

Greg Reese, an independen­t journalist, did a report in the winter called “The Non-Human Element & the Plans for a Fake Alien Invasion” https://gregreese.substack. com/p/the-non-human-element-and-the-plans?utm_ source=substack&utm_medium=email#play, how a one world government has planned on faking an alien invasion for over a century. While he approaches it from many angles, “Project Blue Beam” is an idea which has circulated in the truth community for over 100 years. Canadian journalist Serge Monast spoke about this https://allthatsin­ in the 1990’s and although he passed away for almost 30 years, his work is still referred to amongst rising stars in the independen­t media­U.

Is space the final frontier as the original Star Trek show used to say or the final battle?

Von Braun passed away in 1977 and while his Nazi involvemen­t tarnished his earlier reputation, his best legacy still maybe ahead of him. With his gravestone embellishe­d with “Psalms 19:1” (The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork) was this prophesy trying to tell us the creator will triumph? Our answer is closer than you think. “The Best Is Yet To Come!”

Download this month’s sky free chart at http://whatsoutto­ Resources/202304AprW­OTSky.pdf, newscal.php?month=4&year=2023&maxdiff=6#datesel, https://www. heavens-above. com/SkyChart. aspx

On Friday April 21s look NWW after sunset as they hang around for a few hours. php?id=20230421_20_100

On Sunday April 23rd look West after sunset and watch this pair set after midnight.

3. Moon & Mars Conjunctio­n- On Tuesday April 25th follow this due as they set into the night. https://in-the-sky. org/news.php?id=20230426_20_100

known as April shooting stars produced by dust particles left behind by comet C/1861 G1 Thatcher discovered in 1861 will peak dusk Sunday April 23rd. Look NNE into the constellat­ion of Lyra near Vega and you should be able to catch 10-20 meteors per hour on average with rare surges of up to 100 around the crescent Moon so light’s not an issue news.php?id=20230423_10_100.

Check out the all RASC Calgary gatherings at- https://calgary.­23.htm

Monthly Open House at Calgary’s Rothney Observator­y near Priddis- Space Night-Astrophysi­cs on the Cutting Edge Space Night. In the sky, the waxing crescent moon will give us a sliver of light and allow dark sky conditions for observing faint light objects like planetary nebulas and distant galaxies. The sky will be filled with the many signs of spring including Leo the Lion and the return of the Mighty Hercules in the eastern sky. Mars will be visible along with the planet Venus. There will be an array of scopes operated by University of Calgary astronomer­s and members of the RASC Calgary. You will have the opportunit­y to look through the telescopes, indoor presentati­on and astronomer­s will be on hand to answer questions on Saturday April 22nd,2023 8:00-11:00 pm. The entrance fee $10 per person and can be purchased at For further informatio­n, contact Jennifer Howse at jhowse@phas.ucalgary. ca, (403) 931-2366. Their website https://science.ucalgary. ca/rothney-observator­y is updated regularly.

Neel Roberts is a local astronomer in Southern Alberta and welcomes your comments at, Tel: (403) 560-6574. Check out his work at www.ptccanada. com.

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