Former NASA Employee Claims Alien Moon Cities Exist

Ken JohnstonVia Before It’s News:

Former National Aeronautics and Space Administration Data and Photo Control Department manager, Ken Johnston, who worked for the space agency’s Lunar Receiving Laboratory during the Apollo missions has been fired for telling the truth.

Johnston asserts NASA knows astronauts discovered ancient alien cities and the remains of amazingly advanced machinery on the Moon. Some of the technology can manipulate gravity. He says the agency ordered a cover-up and forced him to participate in it. Over the past 40 years other scientists, engineers and technicians have accused NASA of cover-ups and obscuring data.

The growing number of accusers’ allegations range from hiding information about anomalous space objects and lying about the discovery of artifacts on the surface of the Moon and Mars, to denying the evidence of life reported back by the Viking lander during the mid-1970s.

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  • Anarchy Pony

    A truly mind blowing revelation, if it is actually true. But it’ll be a cold day in hell if we of the general public will ever find out for sure.

    • Anarchy Pony

      Also, is it just me or does the man in that pic look like Rush Blimp-baugh?

      • Rex Vestri

        If he had a bottle of Vicodin in his hand he’d look just like Rush

  • Wanooski

    A truly mind blowing revelation, if it is actually true. But it’ll be a cold day in hell if we of the general public will ever find out for sure.

  • Wanooski

    Also, is it just me or does the man in that pic look like Rush Blimp-baugh?

  • Rex Vestri

    If he had a bottle of Vicodin in his hand he’d be a dead ringer for Rush

  • dumbsaint

    If you have the technology to manipulate gravity then why would you bother building on the moon as opposed to Earth?

    • Anarchy Pony

      Observation post? I’m fairly sure the Protheans had a forward observation post on Luna and only sent probes to the Earth itself.

      • RoboKy

        That shit better be there…I want travel to the Citadel and be spoken to sarcastically by council members.

        http://tinyurl.com/6klyuuf

        • Anarchy Pony

          And I want to be treated like a second class citizen by turians, but I guess we’re just gonna have to get over it…

      • lilbear68

        probes? as in the ol anal probe?

    • Siminatongue

      All the best night clubs are on the dark side of the moon silly.

    • RONIN

      If you were technologically advanced enough to manipulate gravity, chances are, your motivations would be beyond comprehensibility for us earthlings.

      • Redacted

        Rather than black and white motivations, it would be blue and orange as they say. Imagine an insect comprehending your own thoughts as you consider whether you want to squash it or not.

        • RONIN

          I think Clarke had an interesting perspective on the matter.

          He said:

          “The fact that we have not yet found the slightest evidence for life – much less intelligence – beyond this Earth does not surprise or disappoint me in the least. Our technology must still be laughably primitive, we may be like jungle savages listening for the throbbing of tom-toms while the ether around them carries more words per second than they could utter in a lifetime.”

  • Anonymous

    If you have the technology to manipulate gravity then why would you bother building on the moon with a planet like Earth so close by?

  • Wanooski

    Observation post? I’m fairly sure the Protheans had a forward observation post on Luna and only sent probes to the Earth itself.

  • Jbar

    If this is true, it’s less important that the government “officially” tells us, and more important that we find a way to find out for ourselves, without NASA, the U.S. government or the military’s involvement.

    They’ve had control for far too long over who could go into space and when. Fuck them, it’s all of ours.

    • Redacted

      Alright then, I agree, but you got the means to get into Space? I’ll be on the first trip there if you can.

      • Jbar

        not personally ;) but i was thinking of the private companies they’re relying on now for our space exploration needs. but they’ll find a way to ruin that, too.

        mushrooms? dmt? something must work …

        • Anarchy Pony

          No actually those companies will ruin themselves. And they’re actually relying on other governments for those needs.

  • Jbar

    If this is true, it’s less important that the government “officially” tells us, and more important that we find a way to find out for ourselves, without NASA, the U.S. government or the military’s involvement.

    They’ve had control for far too long over who could go into space and when. Fuck them, it’s all of ours.

  • Siminatongue

    All the best night clubs are on the dark side of the moon silly.

  • Anonymous

    That shit better be there…I want travel to the Citadel and be spoken to sarcastically by council members.

    http://tinyurl.com/6klyuuf

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000480492140 Tony Traverso

    he later retracted his statement as he remembered he was on DMT when he saw the moon cities.

    • Jbar

      that might not be a disqualifier…

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000480492140 Tony Traverso

    he later retracted his statement as he remembered he was on DMT when he saw the moon cities.

  • Mrz

    Well duh. Not that anything is ever 100% on this planet except uncertainty, but, Google Earth – Mars has some pretty intense naturally formations, if not straight up ET proof.

    Pareidolia, probably, but take a look:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/67605817@N06/

  • Mrz

    Well duh. Not that anything is ever 100% on this planet except uncertainty, but, Google Earth – Mars has some pretty intense naturally formations, if not straight up ET proof.

    Pareidolia, probably, but take a look:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/67605817@N06/

  • Wanooski

    And I want to be treated like a second class citizen by turians, but I guess we’re just gonna have to get over it…

  • Reasor

    It’s amazing how these NASA “whistleblowers” keep turning up alongside Annunaki bloodline, Obama birth certificate, water flouridation, and contrail conspiracy buffs on websites supported by ads for gold.  Instead of, say, calling an actual press conference.

    • Anarchy Pony

      For the record I don’t trust those contrails either. I think it may be an undisclosed geoengineering strategy aimed at attempting to mitigate global warming.  

      • Reasor

        Or it could be water freezing on the wings as the plane changes altitude.  Wait, no, that’s precisely what it is.

    • http://www.sacredgeometryinternational.com/ Camron Wiltshire

      Conflating conspiracies are we…  You like drinking fluoride huh?  Good for you.  Everything is fine, go back to sleep.

    • Investinourftre

      Where you have failed on this comment is where you attempted to group these things as all one group of conspiracies.  Flouride is known to be poison much like chlorine, the difference is Flouride was once used by Hitler to control the masses which is where the “conspiracy” takes root.  The Annunaki are definitely not a conspiracy, but a huge part of one of the first religious bases if not the first but was never treated like religion to the ancient Sumers but actually treated like history.  By now if you were not smart enough to invest in gold you are more than likely like the rest of America, which is broke and putting your faith in to an increasingly worthless dead painted tree.  To call a press conference the media head of Nasa would have to call it, hence no press conference, he may speak to the media but if he called a conference, he would be in breech of NASA’s personal contract with him as an employee.  I say good day sir, Good DAY

  • Anonymous

    It’s amazing how these NASA “whistleblowers” keep turning up alongside Annunaki bloodline, Obama birth certificate, water flouridation, and contrail conspiracy buffs on websites supported by ads for gold.  Instead of, say, calling an actual press conference.

  • Wanooski

    For the record I don’t trust those contrails either. I think it may be an undisclosed geoengineering strategy aimed at attempting to mitigate global warming.  

  • Anonymous

    Alright then, I agree, but you got the means to get into Space? I’ll be on the first trip there if you can.

  • Anonymous

    Or it could be water freezing on the wings as the plane changes altitude.  Wait, no, that’s precisely what it is.

  • RONIN

    If you were technologically advanced enough to manipulate gravity, chances are, your motivations would be beyond comprehensibility for us earthlings.

  • http://twitter.com/Mark_Siragusa Mark Siragusa

    Well, he is a FORMER Employee

  • http://twitter.com/Mark_Siragusa Mark Siragusa

    Well, he is a FORMER Employee

  • Kmuzu

    Amazing how these aliens can shield themselves from thousands of prying Earthling telescopes.

    • Jagin

      Ever heard of the side of the moon that never faces earth? You know the one where thousands of telescopes cant see? 

  • Kmuzu

    Amazing how these aliens can shield themselves from thousands of prying Earthling telescopes.

  • SingingRingingTree

    Sorry, did someone write that this guy was “fired for telling the truth”? Says who?!

  • SingingRingingTree

    Sorry, did someone write that this guy was “fired for telling the truth”? Says who?!

  • Lilbear68

    probes? as in the ol anal probe?

  • Liquidstar

    Do we have any independent corroboration for this story?  “Before it’s News” is not exactly a reputable site.

  • Liquidstar

    Do we have any independent corroboration for this story?  “Before it’s News” is not exactly a reputable site.

  • Liquidstar

    This story is at least 4 years old.

    http://english.pravda.ru/science/mysteries/31-10-2007/99895-moon-0/

    It also doesn’t help that it may have come from Pravda. 

  • Liquidstar

    This story is at least 4 years old.

    http://english.pravda.ru/science/mysteries/31-10-2007/99895-moon-0/

    It also doesn’t help that it may have come from Pravda. 

  • Guest

    Let me tell you one thing, if this were true, there is no way in hell the media would let this up.

    The government would take this site down before it was even updated.

    • Dcoy3546

      Why would the government do that when individuals are on here telling others that they are wrong without the benefit of any governments intervention?

  • Guest

    Let me tell you one thing, if this were true, there is no way in hell the media would let this up.

    The government would take this site down before it was even updated.

  • Anonymous

    Rather than black and white motivations, it would be blue and orange as they say. Imagine an insect comprehending your own thoughts as you consider whether you want to squash it or not.

  • Clever Screenname

    Conflating conspiracies are we…  You like drinking fluoride huh?  Good for you.  Everything is fine, go back to sleep.

  • Jbar

    not personally ;) but i was thinking of the private companies they’re relying on now for our space exploration needs. but they’ll find a way to ruin that, too.

    mushrooms? dmt? something must work …

  • Jbar

    that might not be a disqualifier…

  • Jagin

    Ever heard of the side of the moon that never faces earth? You know the one where thousands of telescopes cant see? 

  • Anonymous

    Where you have failed on this comment is where you attempted to group these things as all one group of conspiracies.  Flouride is known to be poison much like chlorine, the difference is Flouride was once used by Hitler to control the masses which is where the “conspiracy” takes root.  The Annunaki are definitely not a conspiracy, but a huge part of one of the first religious bases if not the first but was never treated like religion to the ancient Sumers but actually treated like history.  By now if you were not smart enough to invest in gold you are more than likely like the rest of America, which is broke and putting your faith in to an increasingly worthless dead painted tree.  To call a press conference the media head of Nasa would have to call it, hence no press conference, he may speak to the media but if he called a conference, he would be in breech of NASA’s personal contract with him as an employee.  I say good day sir, Good DAY

  • Anonymous

    Where you have failed on this comment is where you attempted to group these things as all one group of conspiracies.  Flouride is known to be poison much like chlorine, the difference is Flouride was once used by Hitler to control the masses which is where the “conspiracy” takes root.  The Annunaki are definitely not a conspiracy, but a huge part of one of the first religious bases if not the first but was never treated like religion to the ancient Sumers but actually treated like history.  By now if you were not smart enough to invest in gold you are more than likely like the rest of America, which is broke and putting your faith in to an increasingly worthless dead painted tree.  To call a press conference the media head of Nasa would have to call it, hence no press conference, he may speak to the media but if he called a conference, he would be in breech of NASA’s personal contract with him as an employee.  I say good day sir, Good DAY

  • DeepCough

    Okay, I think what really kills this guy’s credibility is that he looks just like Rush Limbaugh.

  • DeepCough

    Okay, I think what really kills this guy’s credibility is that he looks just like Rush Limbaugh.

  • Dcoy3546

    Why would the government do that when individuals are on here telling others that they are wrong without the benefit of any governments intervention?

  • Wanooski

    No actually those companies will ruin themselves. And they’re actually relying on other governments for those needs.

  • RONIN

    I think Clarke had an interesting perspective on the matter.

    He said:

    “The fact that we have not yet found the slightest evidence for life – much less intelligence – beyond this Earth does not surprise or disappoint me in the least. Our technology must still be laughably primitive, we may be like jungle savages listening for the throbbing of tom-toms while the ether around them carries more words per second than they could utter in a lifetime.”

  • RONIN

    I think Clarke had an interesting perspective on the matter.

    He said:

    “The fact that we have not yet found the slightest evidence for life – much less intelligence – beyond this Earth does not surprise or disappoint me in the least. Our technology must still be laughably primitive, we may be like jungle savages listening for the throbbing of tom-toms while the ether around them carries more words per second than they could utter in a lifetime.”

  • wondering

    why do we have such clear images of the galaxy but no clear images of the moon. the hubble should be able to zoom in just about any where and get nice clear shots of it.

  • wondering

    why do we have such clear images of the galaxy but no clear images of the moon. the hubble should be able to zoom in just about any where and get nice clear shots of it.