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News Lunar Programme Admits Chinese to The Elite Cover-Up Club

  1. Dec 9, 2003 #1
    Lunar Programme Admits Chinese to “The Elite Cover-Up Club”

    http://www1.chinadaily.com.cn/en/doc/2003-12/08/content_288360.htm [Broken]

    This sort of puts Bush’s and Jintao’s recent “whirlwind” tour of Canberra into perspective. Here’s some comments by Tom Schieffer (CIA Ambassador to Australia);
    and, here’s some commentary on the amazing security we had in Canberra for the visits of the “space powers”. It was all an illusion, however. We had administrative officers POSING as Australian Federal Police. That’s right, clerks dressed up as policemen and women in order to give the illusion of a high security atmosphere. I was there – it was joke, all a charade.;
    http://pub42.ezboard.com/fcafeurbanitefrm4.showMessage?topicID=584.topic [Broken]

    The Chinese go up into space, the Chinese get called to Canberra (where Bush just “happens” to be, the Chinese get invited to the US Embassy at Yarralumla, the Chinese leave Canberra and then announce they are going to land men on our Moon. Is anybody else getting this??????
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  3. Dec 9, 2003 #2
    Magic Vessels & Lost Pyramids

    “There has been no official announcement of the SZ-5 launch date. Unconfirmed information from the Xi'an Satellite Control Centre (XSCC) in Shaanxi Province said that the single-person mission might see its launch on Oct. 10.”

    Could the positioning of China’s launch facility, have anything to do with these?

    Funnily enough, the SZ-5 spacecraft (Shenzhou means "Magic Vessel" or "Divine Vessel").
  4. Dec 10, 2003 #3


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    Magic mushrooms perhaps?

    Dogon, people have been living in the area of modern Xi'an for well over 30,000 years. Neolithic settlements at least 6,000 years old have been found in this area. Modern day Xi'an is near Chang'an, which is perhaps the city which holds the record for being the 'capital' of a state for the longest time (well over 1,000 years). You've heard of the Silk Road? Chang'an is the Chinese end.

    [rant] One of your links says the following "The first photo of a Chinese pyramid was taken in 1945 at the end of World War II. This White Pyramid is located in the Qin Ling Shan mountains about 60 miles Southwest of Xi'an. The photo was in the files of the US Military for 45 years before it became public knowledge." Stone the flaming crows mate, do you think these pyramids were a secret to the several million Chinese who lived there? That *none* of them had a camera??

    If you're interested, there are, no doubt, millions of pages of documents recording events of the times, from many different perspectives. Of course, you'd have to learn to *read* these documents (which is quite difficult), or trust that the hundreds of scholars who are familiar with the period are not engaged in a gigantic conspiracy just to fool you. [/rant]
  5. Dec 18, 2003 #4
    Check it Out...

    Astrogeological Events In China;
    http://www.eximiousbooks.com/cgi-bin/exb455/003714.html [Broken]
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  6. Dec 21, 2003 #5
    DeLay(ing) Tactics...

    The first "tease" of an American presence beyond our Solar System (watch for more to come...);
    http://releases.usnewswire.com/GetRelease.asp?id=143-12172003 [Broken]
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  7. Jan 12, 2004 #6


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    Re: Check it Out...

    The link is to a page where you can purchase a book ("Title: ASTROGEOLOGICAL EVENTS IN CHINA. A Project Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China Author: Dao-Yi, Xu and Zhang Qin-Wen, Sun Yi-Yin, Yan Zheng, Chai Zhi-Fang and He Jin-Wen

    Description: New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1989. First American edition. xiv, 264 pages of text including an index. Black cloth hardcover binding with gilt spine lettering. Unclipped dustjacket with a modicum of rubbing to extremties. Illustrated with numerous charts, graphs, and photographs, including several in color. Published in association with the Geological Publishing House of Beijing and the Scottish Academic Press.")

    It's $125.

    If you have a copy Dogon, why not give us a summary? or the TOC??
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  8. Jan 12, 2004 #7


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    Re: DeLay(ing) Tactics...

    Er, no. Last time I looked, the Moon and Mars were still in our Solar System.
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