U.S. President Donald Trump just signed an order called Space Policy Directive 1 on December 11, directing NASA to send humans back to the moon. This would be the first return to the moon since 1972. The President added that someday we will also send people to Mars.
“The directive I’m signing today will refocus America’s space program on human exploration and discovery,” Trump said at the event, attended by several members of Congress, government officials, and current and former astronauts, including Buzz Aldrin and Harrison Schmitt.
“This time, we will not only plant our flag and leave our footprint, we will establish a foundation for an eventual mission to Mars,” Trump added.
No information of the purpose of the landing, budgets, nor schedules have yet been disclosed.
However, trump disclosed without fanfare, that space offers many “military applications” as well.
Last June, China indicated the same goal. Yang Liwei, deputy director general of China Manned Space Agency, told state sanctioned news outlets that China was making “preliminary preparations” for a manned lunar mission. Liwei said he was confident that the mission would be easily funded.
Is this the beginning of disclosure for the Secret Space Program? Many people wonder.
Will the U.S. continue its aim of domination in space?
The possibility has been dramatically detailed in Director Alfonso Cuarón’s film, Gravity, a sci-fi thriller about a lone astronaut fighting to live where “life is impossible.” Following a Russian missile strike against an aging spy satellite that shreds an American space shuttle and its crew, protagonist and mission scientist Sandra Bullock struggles to evade a predictable but lethal field of orbiting debris.
While movies like these portray a possible future, some state that incidences like these have likely already transpired.
The Soviets acquired ASAT capabilities early in the space race (albeit it by nuclear detonations) and even now, the U.S. is dependent on Russia to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station, or so we’ve been told.
We already rely heavily on space satellites for most of our Earth-bound technology, and many suggest exotic weapons are already being used in space – the latest “conspiracy theory” being promoted is that the California fires, which burned down thousands of acres of homes and forest with directed energy weapons, directed at specific California neighborhoods from space.
Directed energy weapons have already been tested by the U.S. Pentagon, as detailed here, but no admission of using them from space has been forthcoming.
Gary McKennon, a computer hacker from the United Kingdom has already found evidence of military cargo lists and personnel in space.
While looking for information on UFOs, McKinnon says he hacked NASA’s computer system more than 13 times. He attests that there is a secret space fleet being used by the U.S. Navy.
After cracking NASA and US military networks between February 2001 and March 2002, McKennon states that he found a document entitled “non-terrestrial officers”.
When McKennon searched for the names of the ships – approximately eight to 10 in total – he was unable to come across anything that mentioned them, reinforcing his assessment that these were part of a covert and non-terrestrial US initiative.
Former NASA employees and military officials have also come forward speaking about the existence of a Secretive Space Program and technology that goes far beyond what the public has been exposed to. Many states that we’ve been on Mars since the 1970s.
McKennon’s findings coupled with that of other whistleblowers, makes it highly possible that government leaders are trickling small pieces of information to the public rather than disclose their entire poker hand regarding our inhabitation of space – from the moon, to Mars, and beyond.