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Mysterious Moon Images That Cannot Be Explained

Modern science says: ‘The sun is the past, the earth is the present, the moon is the future.’ From an incandescent mass we have originated, and into a frozen mass we shall turn. Merciless is the law of nature, and rapidly and irresistibly we are drawn to our doom.

Nikola Tesla

The moon holds a mystical place in the history of human culture, so it’s no wonder that many myths have built up regarding its undiscovered origin.

While a lot of facts about moon have been revealed there are other details that remain an enigma even to the most skeptical of viewers.

Here are the most mysterious images that baffled Lunar experts.

Human-like figure


This has been generating a lot of stir in the popular media. This image spotted on Google Moon shows this weird humanoid shadow on the grayish terrain of Moon. While some are suggesting that this is actually an alien walking on the floor of moon, casting a shadow, others are finding odd resemblances to the Greek Statue called Colossus of Rhodes.

The video was viralized by YouTube user Wowforreeel, who posted a collection of Google Moon images showing similar alien-on-moon pictures to perform his analysis.

Mysterious triangular craft


One picture taken during Apollo 17, the final mission, has been hailed a major breakthrough, which UFO spotters claim shows a mysterious triangular craft with lights on it. It has been compared to a TR-3B craft – itself a mythical high-tech space craft which conspiracy theorists claim the US government has secretly developed. posted the image online. said: “There are hundreds of images taken during the Apollo missions that show enigmatic, mysterious and strange images of mysterious objects on the moon. 

“This image in particular taken by Apollo 17 Lunar Module pilot Harrison Schmitt, one of the last three men to walk on Earth’s natural satellite, shows a mysterious triangular-shaped UFO in the upper right part of the image.

“There is no question whether the image is real as it is an official NASA image which is found on their server together with hundreds of other images taken during the Apollo missions. 

The mysterious disc shaped object


The object seen in this Apollo mission image is surely one of the best examples of “Alien ships” according to Ufologists. What are we looking at here? At first glance it loss like a classical flying saucer. While there have been several theories as to what the object is, the truth is that we can only continue and guess about the mysterious origin of the flying saucer that is seen ‘shadowing’ the US astronauts.

The Pyramid on the Lunar surface


This image was taken by Apollo 17 during its last flight to the moon near the area known as Geophone Rock. It was cataloged by NASA as “blank”. After retouching the photo, you see that is not completely blank. If turning up the contrast, pyramidal structures can be observed. NASA has never given a credible version of the issue.

Finding lunar structures that clearly aren’t man-made would be a solid reason not to disclose their existence to the public. If information about alien constructions on our planetary doorstep ever became an established fact, it would forever change the status quo.

Buildings on the moon



Conspiracy theorists believe the picture of “an oblong-shaped structure” was inadvertently left on the desk while the interview took place at the Nasa Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California, USA.

They go on to claim that it proves an age-old myth that Nasa is aware intelligent aliens visit the earth and moon, but that they refuse to disclose this to the public because of the fear of the impact it would have on religion and the rule of law among the masses.

The image was spotted during an interview with project scientists Anthony Colaprete and Dr Kim Ennico.

Conspiracy theorists say the image on the table shows structures, clear geometric shapes that cannot be confused in any way as “natural formations” or “moon rocks”.

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