I am reading the book Dark Moon, at 512 pages of double-columned 9″ x 6″ pages, quite a chore. Many have probably seen the movies that apparently accompany this book, a two-part presentation available at Aulis Online called What Happened on the Moon, Part One and Part Two. I was reading the book this morning on page 344 forward, and stumbled across some things the authors do not seem to be aware of. Though they talk about a lot of whistle blowing, they do not mention spook markers*.
First, use of the number 13 for the bad luck Apollo trip was most likely no coincidence. Liftoff was on April 11, 1970, at 1:13 pm Houston time, which is, as we all know, a reference to the spook marker ’33’. That time of day can also be expressed as 13:13, which embodies “11” and “33.” April 13 was a Mo(o)nday. The switched astronaut who toggled the switch that produced the alleged exposition was Jack Swigert, the 13th astronaut in the Apollo program.
It does not stop there. The accident occurred 55 hours and 54 minutes and 53 seconds into the flight, 8 minutes after a TV transmission that included Also Sprach Zarathustra, which you will recognize in the video below. It was used in Stanley Kubrick’s movie that preceded Apollo 11, 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The 55…54…53: All I can make of it is this: the numbers add up to 27, or three raised to the third power, expressed as 3^3. The accident supposedly happened as the spacecraft was 178,000 miles on its way to the Moon, which reads as 88. Since I regard spook markers as a way of signalling to insiders that an event is fake, I suggest that the authors of Apollo 13 were saying “Hey guys, Apollo 13 is fake! Didn’t happen, OK? Fake. Can you hear me? Got it? Fake!” They went to great lengths.
The authors note that film of the inside of the Command Module/Lunar Support Module taken as astronauts were supposedly that 178,000 miles away had a port window, and through that window could be seen blue sky. We all know, or should know by now, that space is black, meaning that the astronauts were actually in lower earth orbit, that is, if they even left the planet. At least the authors, Bennett and Percy, place the astronauts in space, if only LEO. I tend to doubt they left terra firma.
The authors cite Stephen Clementson, a researcher in the field of electronics and stored gases, who said “The alleged explosion would have blown the CSM/LM combo to smithereens.” None would have survived. At the very least, he says, if the craft had suffered an explosion and survived, it would certainly have been blown way off course. This fits nicely with a debates some have been having here at this site regarding the effects of propulsion in a vacuum.
Bottom line with Apollo 13: No one went anywhere, no one saved the day, and it was not NASA’s finest hour, not by a long shot.
*For those not familiar, “spook markers,” as I use the term, are the numbers 8, 11, and 33. I do not know their origins, and regard this use in events like this as Freemason superstition. Once you are familiar with just these three, you will be in a position to interpret news and events possessing information you did not have before. Please do not confuse these numbers, which I regard as signalling devices to one another, as anything like Gematria, or the habit of assuming that all numbers and words are encoded messages. That topic is on our forbidden list here.