Thursday, May 21, 2015


That saga of NSA electronic spying in Germany is not going to go away. You'll recall a few days ago I blogged about the revelations about the "no spying deal" policy of the USA and the headaches it is causing Chancellorin Angela Merkel's government.
But wait! There's more, according to this article shared by Mr. S.D.:
NSA 'asked' Germany's BND to spy on Siemens over alleged links with Russian intel
Now, besides the deliciously ironic fact that it's Russia's RT which is supplying the story about an alleged connection between the massive German electronics firm, Siemens, and Russian intelligence, there's perhaps a subtext here. That subject, I suggest, occurs in the first three paragraphs:
"The NSA has reportedly sought the help of Germany's intelligence agency in spying on Munich-based Siemens over the company’s suspected business with Russian intelligence, Bild am Sonntag newspaper revealed. Siemens has denied any connection with Russia.
"The revelation came from an unknown US intelligence source speaking to Germany’s Bild am Sonntag, and is the latest report in a spy scandal involving a widening gap in trust between the Americans and the Germans.
"According to the report, the NSA had asked Germany's intelligency agency, the BND, to spy on European defense company Airbus and on Siemens. For the latter, the US explained its request by alleging that it had a contract partnership with a Russian intelligence agency. The NSA supposedly suspected the Munich-based Siemens supplied communication technology to Russia’s Special Communications and Information Service."
Now, the obvious part of the text here is that the USA is upset that Siemens is doing business with Russian intelligence, so, in the spirit of good neighborliness, the USA asked the German BND (Bundesnachrichtendienst, you all remember that one, the little organization founded by Generalmajor Reinhardt Gehlen on the remains of the wartime Fremde Heere Ost) to spy on the German company Siemens to find out what it was up to with the Russians, and thus ultimately on what the Russians were up to.
Ok, that's clear enough.
And adding to the delicious irony that it's RT running this story, is the added irony that the BND, which is simply really a "name change" for the old Fremde Heere Ost - same corporation, different name, "directors" (well, maybe not...) - is being asked once again to spy on the Russians.
So what's the "high octane speculation"? What's the subtext here?  Well, this I suppose is a subjext in three levels:
Level One: Germany, being justifiably pissed off that the USA is spying on everyone, including Her Chancellorship's private cell phone calls, has probably been wanting to see how the whole intelligence-communications infrastructure of the USA can be challenged. Enter the Russians, who have their own space architecture and a considerable history of doing just that. Additionally, they're known to be pretty good at "cyber warfare", which is, of course, state-sponsored computer hacking. A convenient "deal" can be made, in the guise of corporate contracts of course, for a swap of a little German technology for a little Russian know-how, and voila.
Level Two: the USA knows that Germany and Russia are playing footsie under the table, and politely signaled this knowledge in the most byzantine fashion possible, by pointing out the existence of the arrangement and, in classic Robert Ludlum - John leCarre spy-thriller style - asked the Germans to keep running the deal, but to turn it into an espionage op, courtesy of the historically duplicitous BND.
Level Three: the Russians know that the USA knows that Germany and Russia know that Germany and Russia are playing footsie, and is letting Berlin and Washington know that it knows that they know. You know? The effect here would be carefully calculated to create a climate of opinion within the German business community - "little" concerns like Siemens - that they just cannot do regular business in such a surveillance climate. This will, of course, manifest in opposition by said "little" concerns to any policy of espionage cooperation, and drive a further wedge between the European side of the Atlantic alliance, and Washington.
The problem(if this high octane speculation be true) is that Washington continues to play poker, Berlin checkers, and Moscow chess.
It is also, however, perhaps yet another indicator that Germany is playing a very long term game, as is Russia, of trying to become less subservient to Washington.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015


Can We Predict The Entire Life Of A Human Using Vedic Astrology + Modern Day Technology?   ~  could this B 1 of the "reasons" our gov. built the HUGE "complex" in ....Utah ???     ...folks "we"  R   b'ing "harvested" in EVERY sense of the word!

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This article describes how the abundance of personal data generated about individuals through various technologies (internet history, social networks, wearable devices, etc.) that we come across in our day-to-day life can potentially one day be utilized to develop a new system to predict the life of every human being on Earth. This system would be something similar to the ancient Vedic astrology system which is being used, even today, to predict human life events and possibilities.
It also attempts to explain how big data analytics played an important role in the invention of ancient astrology systems even thousands of years ago (through mythological references) and how it is possibly going to play the same role in the creation of a next gen technology-based human prediction system.

About Big Data Analytic

Big data analytics have been in use by most of the big business houses for some time now to uncover such things as business trends, insights, and patterns, and their correlation to the psychology of customers/consumers. Recently, because of its far reaching ability to successfully predict human behavioural patterns, the application of data analytics has been spreading into many fields.
For example, it’s being used by police departments to predict crime occurrences in their area, by employers to forecast employee future actions, behaviours, productivity and psychology, and by retailers to predict customers/ consumers preferences.

Vedic Astrology & The World’s Oldest Big Data Projects

The period of Vedic civilization witnessed the birth of a number of amazing systems and methodologies, such as Yogasutra, Ayurveda, Vedic mathematics and Astrology. As per mythological scriptures, these inventions and discoveries were made possible by the siddhis (metaphysical powers) or yogic power of the great Vedic sages (thinkers). During that period, different versions of astrological systems were developed by different sages based on their research and findings in the field. All of these versions (branches) differ slightly in the way calculations are made or formulas are applied to predict future events, but they all revolve around a common philosophy which forms the very basis of these prediction techniques. That is, planetary alignments and movements influence the human body and mind. Though its validity and accuracy still remain highly debatable, if we go by Indian mythological references, it appears that the lifecycle of many of these astrology projects consisted of three major phases – the same as any of the present day big data analytic projects: 1) Detailed data gathering, 2) Analysis and 3) Devising formulas/rules based on the findings.
One such project was the Bhrigu astrology system, which was created by a great sage of the same name who was believed to have attained great siddhis through deep meditation and penance.

First Phase: Data Collection

In the first phase, Bhrigu focused on collecting data about detailed life events capturing every moment of 500,000 individuals spreading across different geographies/social and economic classes.

Second Phase: Crunching Of Data

As the analysis of these huge and unstructured data sets required a brain matching the combined power of thousands of modern day servers, he approached the best available computing powerhouse available at the time to aid him. That powerhouse was none other than the “mythological god Ganesha,” also known as the god of intellect, mathematics, and algos, and the bestower of problem solving and analytic skills. In Vedic scriptures he is often described as having an intellect or processing power equal to the power of the thousand finest brains put together (like a cluster of a thousand powerful server nodes). In yogic theology, he is the manifestation of intellect in the human brain and, once activated fully through deep meditation techniques, gives unmatched intellect and power. And after invoking the power of Ganesha in his mind, Bhrigu continued with his analysis of all the data he had collected.

Third Phase: Deriving Rules & Formulas

His careful crunching of detailed data helped him to uncover the hidden correlation between human life events and personality traits with planetary alignments, enabling him to formulate rules to predict most human life events. He then shared his findings with his community. Over time, further improvements were made based on various observations and some rules were altered to correspond to social, biological and environmental evolutions.
One question remains unanswered here. How did he manage to collect the vast personal data of so many individuals? This can again be attributed to a yogic power called citta siddhi (mind reading power). It’s a metaphysical power often described in many ancient scriptures, having been used for reading any individual’s memory – even memories to which the native brain has lost access.
Even after a thousand years, astrology is practiced extensively in most parts of India mainly for two reasons 1) to predict personality, future events, and various possibilities about an individual’s life, and 2) to predict successful marital life between prospective marriage partners (matchmaking services).
Nobody knows the truth behind these astrology systems for certain, nor does anyone know if these sages truly had the siddhis to create such amazing projects. But one thing we now know is that we have the technology required to replace those siddhis and invent a similar prediction system.

Designing A New Human Life Prediction System

At first glance, the idea of collecting data about a large number of individuals detailing every moment of their lives and then analyzing the same appears impossible. But in reality we have already made such technological progress that carrying out a big data project to predict human lives doesn’t seem so unrealistic. We have the necessary computing power and sophisticated algos to analyze any type of data of any size and complexity, and our ever growing addictions/dependencies to various technologies ensure that we encapsulate every moment of our lives in digital format. And our digital footprints are potentially the perfect alternatives for the “citta siddhis” (mind reading power of past and present things) of the sages. Let’s see how:

Available Sources For Harvesting Personal Data About A Large Number of Individuals

Through social media: Most of us don’t think twice about sharing on social media. But our actions on these various platforms – past tweets, updates, likes, shares, pictures, and more – can easily be analyzed to construct an accurate representation of who we are as a person. These social media activities paint a clear picture of our thoughts, emotions, interests, moods, and tastes, along with marking our actions and important life events. They reveal our views on religion, politics, and culture, along with our many likes and dislikes. Someone could also learn about our romantic entanglements, our joys and our sorrows, and our relationships with friends and family. Our favourite hangout places and restaurants are there for discovery, along with all of the major life events and achievements we have experienced in recent years.
Similarly, the content of our past personal mail, text, audio, video conversations, and group chats can describe the state of mind or mood of a person for that moment.
By analyzing our search data, online activity log, and mobile app data: Through careful study of our past Google search history, one can make out what thoughts, ideas, questions and cognitive abilities were playing in our mind at a given point of time and how curious/anxious/worried we were to know certain things at certain points of time. It captures almost all psychological aspects of a human brain.
Our online news and book subscriptions and our App data can speak about our reading, listening, and watching habits, along with our preferences on various subjects. Similarly, our online shopping records, digital wallets, and credit/ debit card statements can define whether we are consumerists or essentialists, as well as revealing our preferences for food, drinks, and goods and services.
This data can also divulge the many dark sides of our life and health which we may not be aware of. For example, our sexual health, preferences and fantasies over a period of time can be guessed based on the type and quantity of health care products and accessories we purchase or from the content we read/watch or search online.
Past digital records: A simple study of our e-mail history and employment records can state everything about our professional life like our behaviour, ethics, conduct, accomplishments, skills, career growth and more.
Similarly, our medical reports would show what illnesses we had during that period, what diseases/illness we are most prone to and what treatments we have already received.
Likewise, with a quick run-through of our financial records (bank statements, investment statements, asset/property purchase and sales records) one can easily guess the gains and losses we had with respect to time – how bad/good we are at making decisions, how much debt we have, what possessions we have and what we have lost.
With the arrival of advanced and wearable devices: With the advent of wearable fitness devices, we will be literally storing every movement of our day-to-day life. The patterns of our body movement, breathing, heartbeat, and perhaps even brain activity would all be there for the taking. If analyzed, one could see how much exercise we do, how much sleep we get every day, and how our biological activities change with respect to time and location, and with those changes, what thoughts, actions, and mood changes get invoked in our brain. In other words, an analysis of our brain activity would tell what kind of dream (good/bad) we had on the same night three years ago.
With the internet of things, our interaction with every single household device is set to go digital. And a careful examination of this data would tell a whole lot about our day-to-day life. With new devices like tech glasses on the rise, we will be saving everything that we see and every bit of sound that we hear or speak in the future. Whatever our senses perceive is also perceived by these devices and gets stored somewhere.
Analysis of data to derive prediction rules/formulas: We might be surprised to learn that if all this data pertaining to a person can be retrieved and consolidated in a timeline, a digital form of memory system parallel to that of our own could be developed, and it would be so vastly powerful that the human brain would appear far inferior in comparison.
If the above mentioned digital data about a very large number of people, cutting across various geographies, races, and economic classes, can be collected and analyzed effectively with sophisticated algorithms, then all the personality traits and past life events of individuals can be determined with great accuracy.
With this information in hand anyone can become a matchmaking astrologer. Any individual can predict whether a successful marriage between a couple would be possible or not based on their personality trait compatibility, sexual preferences, commonalities and interests (travel, music, art, shopping).
The analysis of all of this data may also reveal how our behaviour, thoughts, interests, appearance, bodily functions, and certain aspects of our personality go through changes with respect to location and time? Could we then determine if these occurrences and changes show any predictable patterns with respect to location, age, geography, seasonal changes, and planetary alignment at the time of birth? If so, then it would validate the Vedic time astrology systems (formulas). If not, then it might still help us uncover other unknown factors which could be playing a role in defining our personality and our life events, such as biometric data or gene sequencing, thus making a new prediction system possible.
What are your thoughts on the potential of a life prediction system? Let us know via the comment section below!

This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Switch To Organic Food  ~ hehe don't 'worry" folks our gov. & monster~satan~ano will "take" care of U.S.

by .organicdaughter
By this point we are all more than aware of the options we are faced with when shopping for food, especially produce. Mostly because of its higher price point – although the gap is shrinking – the vast majority of us opt away from the organic section to buy conventional. This Swedish family, featured in the video below, is of no exception, as they too have spent their entire lives eating conventionally grown and produced food.

That is until Coop, a Swedish supermarket chain, challenged them to go completely organic for two weeks. This transition was monitored and studied by The Swedish Environmental Research Institute to see firsthand whether or not an organic diet positively impacted the lives of this young family.

The results are quite drastic and might just convince you to go organic, check it out:

This isn’t the only study to examine the issue. A recent study conducted by researchers from RMIT university, published in the journal Environmental Research, found that an organic diet for just one week significantly reduced pesticide exposure in adults by 90 percent.  (source)

Cynthia Curl, an assistant professor in the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Community and Environmental Health at Boise State university, recently published a pesticide exposure study in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives. Results of her research indicated that among individuals eating similar amounts of vegetables and fruits, the ones who reported eating organic produce had significantly lower OP pesticide exposure than those who normally consume conventionally grown produce. You can read more about that here.

The Importance In Thinking Long Term

The Organic Effect

As the video clearly shows, there certainly is a lot to be gained health-wise by making the decision to eat organic as often as possible. With this understanding in mind, is it really worth saving some money at the cash register today if it ultimately could lead to even more costly long-term problems?

Living in a world dominated by affordability and convenience, far too many of us are casting aside what we know to be beneficial for our health. This is not only helping to create the first generation of children who will not outlive their parents, but is also keeping organic produce at its higher price point.

The more we collectively demand to eat organic, the closer we come to a world where organically grown produce once again becomes the norm and the standard. In that world, more attention would be placed on finding ways to grow and produce organics more efficiently, hopefully making it more affordable in the process.

Teacher Transforms Abandoned Lots Into Gardens & Re-Shapes The Way US Students Eat


~THIS is what we should B doing ,folks ...y aren't we ?

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Sometimes success comes from years of planning, hard work, and dedication, while other times it just seems to come from a simple willingness to act. For teacher Stephen Ritz, what started as a simple project to plant fruits and vegetables indoors definitely took the secondary route to success in what is now known as The Green Bronx Machine.
Working at a troubled high school in New York’s South Bronx district, Stephen one day received a box of daffodil bulbs which he hid behind a radiator in his classroom. The steam emitted from the radiator helped the bulbs to unexpectedly grow, and also planted the seed in Stephen’s mind for a project centred around growing and maintaining plants in a classroom setting.
Stephen then set out on a mission, and in collaboration with his students embarked on a journey to beautify their neighbourhood by transforming abandoned lots into landscaped gardens to which the entire community could contribute. The group then took to growing indoors, using vertical planting methods to transform the school into a truly hands-on learning experience.

The Power In Hands-On Learning

We live in a society where the bulk of the material taught to students in traditional education is founded in theory and repetition. I think back upon the 17+ years I spent in school and the amount of what I learned that I still know to this day is minimal, but what I do remember for the most part was partnered with hands-on learning. I remember the outreach projects I was a part of much more than the calculus equations I temporarily memorized to help myself get by in the course.
Stephen’s gardening project seems to be another example of the power in hands-on learning. As Stephen himself put it, “…attendance has increased from 43% to 93%. Students come to school to take care of their plants – they want to see them succeed.” In my opinion, hands-on learning makes education an experience, something that not only tends to peak interest but also, when partnered with traditional education, can build truly lasting knowledge.

Changing World Views

What makes Stephen’s story even more remarkable is that he funded the initiative out of his own pocket. Driven by his love for humanity, Stephen dedicated his work to raising healthy children, something that he feels is much easier than attempting to fix broken adults.
How we eat is so critical to our development and well-being, and living in a society dominated by nutrition-less processed foods, the value in fresh produce is being lost. Rather than inundating kids and parents with dietary facts and food scare tactics, Stephen believes that the key to shifting our diet lies in being a part of the process of creating it.
“When kids learn about where their food comes from, it changes their world view… The ability to bring healthy, fresh food into schools and teach children that input equals output is absolutely spectacular.”

From Consumer To Producer

Now known as The Green Bronx Machine, Stephen and his students have begun to sell their plants to major stores in the community, partnering the produce with literature that builds awareness of the power in growing.
Through this learning experience, each student is given the tools to not only effectively garden but also to transform their diet and the diets of friends, family, and loved ones.
I personally am very inspired by the work of Stephen Ritz and love to see how much it has already evolved. To learn more about this initiative I encourage you all to check out their website, student run Facebook page, and Stephen’s Ted Talk.
What cool ideas does this initiative spark within you? What’s holding you back from doing them?

75% OF CHILDREN IN MEXICAN TOWN HOSPITALIZED AFTER VACCINE TEST     ~ r u finally C'ing what these sick ,twisted elite parasites fucks have IN store 4 u & i ...r  u catch~ing the fuck on yet ...World !   ... we's got an ass~pipe prob ,folks & we better geet started on clean~in them  pipes :O

Mr. V.T, and Ms. B.H. shared this article, and I am both so saddened, nauseated, and outraged by it, that I simply had to share it. I think, when you read it, that you will see why I had such an emotional response, and why I had to share it:
Depopulation test run? 75% of children who received vaccines in Mexican town now dead or hospitalized
The article is eye-opening enough concerning the unmitigated crap that the big pharma companies put into their vaccines and the unmitigated crap with which they assure their "safety" to the public in the American media:
"Just recently, in fact, the UK government agreed to pay $90 million to victims of the swine flu vaccine. That vaccine caused permanent brain damage to over 800 children across Europe. The truth is that vaccines regularly harm and even kill innocent children, most likely because of the toxic chemical adjuvants and preservatives they still contain. As the CDC openly admits, vaccines are still intentionally formulated with mercury, aluminum, MSG and formaldehyde. Some vaccines even use ingredients derived from aborted human fetal tissue. Last year, a CDC scientist blew the whistle on the CDC committing scientific fraud to cover up links between vaccines and autism in young African-American males."
But there's something disturbing here, and it prompts some questions:
"Despite the insidious attempts of the corporate-controlled U.S. media to censor the stories about the deadly side effects of vaccines, the truth keeps surfacing. The latest vaccine tragedy to strike has killed two babies in La Pimienta, Mexico and sent 37 more to the hospital with serious reactions to toxic vaccine additives.
'...14 children are in serious condition, 22 are stable and one is in critical condition," the Chiapas Health Secretariat said in a statement via
"What's especially alarming is that only 52 children were vaccinated in all, meaning that 75% of those receiving the vaccines are now either dead or hospitalized."
One notices here the implicit "scientism" of which I wrote earlier this week: the use of "declarations" by this committee or that committee to assure the public that what has been announced, or proposed, is scientific. If challenged, the priesthood usually resorts to the tactic of producing a blizzard of incomprehensible equations in order to convince the public it can't "possibly understand" and simply must take their word for it.
Nonsense. Degrees and equations are no substitute for truth, for responsible and transparent authority, and for independent critical thinking. This is what modern scientism cannot accept, for if its narratives and their philosophical assumptions - whether about evolution or the standard model of quantum mechanics or the dogma of the safety of all vaccines - are challenged, the power structures erected upon them come tumbling down. One wonders, for example, how one can call the smallpox vaccine and the modern syringe full of mercury and fetal tissue and God knows what else a "vaccine" in the same breath or use the term so univocally. I, quite frankly, have my doubts.

But beyond the philosophical issues, there are some bothersome questions here. Why was this town chosen. What were the "vaccines" for? Who authorized the test? and most importantly, who is the corporation behind it, and who are its major shareholders?

For those questions, you see, highlight the sociological problem of modern "science", or rather, scientism, for we are not dealing with Galileo, or Jenner, or Pasteur, or Mendel, or Maxwell, or Darwin, or Einstein. We're dealing with Mon(ster)santo, BASF (Bloated Assinine Synthetic Foodlikesubstances), or Muck Pharmaceuticals. We're dealing, not with science, but scientism cartels, knowledge cartels, and that's why those questions are important.

And for those Mexican families who have seen their children die or suffer, our hearts and prayers go with you.

Originally published May 11 2015

Depopulation test run? 75% of children who received vaccines in Mexican town now dead or hospitalized

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor

(NaturalNews) Despite the insidious attempts of the corporate-controlled U.S. media to censor the stories about the deadly side effects of vaccines, the truth keeps surfacing. The latest vaccine tragedy to strike has killed two babies in La Pimienta, Mexico and sent 37 more to the hospital with serious reactions to toxic vaccine additives. (Tweet this story)

"...14 children are in serious condition, 22 are stable and one is in critical condition," the Chiapas Health Secretariat said in a statement via

What's especially alarming is that only 52 children were vaccinated in all, meaning that 75% of those receiving the vaccines are now either dead or hospitalized.

The vaccines were administered by the Mexican Social Security Institute, known as IMSS. The IMSS confirmed the deadly reactions occurred after children received injections of vaccines for tuberculosis, rotavirus and hepatitis B -- the same viral strains targeted by vaccines routinely administered to children in the United States.

IMSS suspends vaccination pending further investigation

According to Fox News Latino, the IMSS has suspended the vaccines pending the outcome of an investigation into why so many children have been killed and hospitalized.

According to the entire mainstream media in the United States -- which is 100% controlled by corporate interests -- vaccines never harm anyone and are perfectly safe to inject into children in unlimited quantities. This dangerous, inhumane "Vaccine Injury Denialism" is rampant across the corporate-controlled media, which contributes to the deaths of innocent babies and children by refusing to acknowledge the truth that vaccines kill and injure children on a regular basis.

Just recently, in fact, the UK government agreed to pay $90 million to victims of the swine flu vaccine. That vaccine caused permanent brain damage to over 800 children across Europe. The truth is that vaccines regularly harm and even kill innocent children, most likely because of the toxic chemical adjuvants and preservatives they still contain.

As the CDC openly admits, vaccines are still intentionally formulated with mercury, aluminum, MSG and formaldehyde. Some vaccines even use ingredients derived from aborted human fetal tissue. Last year, a CDC scientist blew the whistle on the CDC committing scientific fraud to cover up links between vaccines and autism in young African-American males.

Test run for depopulation via vaccines?

As globalists now fully realize, vaccines are by far the best way to cull the human population because most people can be tricked into lining up and asking for them. Thus, there's no need to resort to all the difficulties used by the Nazis to commit genocide in World War II, involving complex logistics of railroad cars, gas chambers, construction of mass graves, prisoner tracking via IBM computing technology, and so on. (Yes, Nazi genocide and prisoner tracking was powered by early IBM computers. See IBM and the Holocaust, the strategic alliance between Nazi Germany and America's most powerful corporation...)

As the vaccine industry has now come to realize, it's so much easier to kill people when they voluntarily comply with the injections. Hence the aggressive media propaganda push to achieve absolute blind obedience to vaccines so that no one will ask questions when sterilization or euthanasia chemicals are used. That's no doubt why vaccines have been routinely tested for depopulation programs via two primary methods:

# 1) Achieve covert sterilizations of targeted populations by combining sterilization chemicals with vaccines. (The "slow kill.")
# 2) Directly kill vaccine recipients by intentionally lacing vaccines with euthanasia chemicals that cause death. (The "fast kill.")

Method #1 has been repeatedly used throughout Africa, Mexico and South America to inflict sterilization upon targeted groups via immunization and vaccination programs. Just last year, in fact, I reported on the discovery of a covert depopulation vaccine program being run in Kenya:

Tetanus vaccines given to millions of young women in Kenya have been confirmed by laboratories to contain a sterilization chemical that causes miscarriages, reports the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, a pro-vaccine organization.

A whopping 2.3 million young girls and women are in the process of being given the vaccine, pushed by UNICEF and the World Health Organization.

"We sent six samples from around Kenya to laboratories in South Africa. They tested positive for the HCG antigen," Dr. Muhame Ngare of the Mercy Medical Centre in Nairobi told LifeSiteNews. "They were all laced with HCG."

Method #2 now appears to be under way in Mexico as 75% of those children injected with vaccines are now either dead or hospitalized.

Vaccine-induced depopulation was attempted in Mexico in 1974

As Truth Stream Media exhaustively documented, a depopulation exercise was run in Mexico in 1974, using vaccines as the cover story.

The scheme was dreamed up after the release of the National Security Study Memorandum 200 which highlighted the global population problem and urged governments to find ways to reduce the global population.

As explains:

Concentration on this "problem" of how to reduce the population was planned for 13 key countries, including India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nigeria, Mexico, Indonesia, Brazil, the Philippines, Thailand, Egypt, Turkey, Ethiopia and Colombia. Of those, the document singled out Mexico as having one of the highest (and therefore, most worrisome) growth rates of all. The document read, "Perhaps the most significant population trend from the viewpoint of the United States is the prospect that Mexico’s population will increase from 50 million in 1970 to over 130 million by the year 2000."

To combat this problem, "medical spooks" -- who were almost certainly U.S.-funded depopulation vaccine crews -- began injecting women all across Mexico with anti-fertility drugs disguised as vaccines. If you doubt this, read your history. The U.S. government's National Institutes of Health was caught red-handed running human medical experiments on prisoners in Guatemala. President Obama was even forced to publicly apologize in 2011 after the cover-up collapsed! There is nothing the Nazis did in the 1930s and 40s that the pharmaceutical industry wouldn't be willing to repeat today under the label of "science."

But getting back to Mexico, as the covert depopulation vaccination program spread across Mexico City in 1974, locals began to catch on to the deception, and public resistance grew. As these newspaper clippings reveal, parents began hiding their children in their own homes to avoid them being injected with sterilization chemicals at the public schools. (California, by the way, also targets children at schools in order to avoid parents having the opportunity to say "No!")

Mexico City - Associated Press - Rumors that persons disguised as inoculation teams were giving school children shots that sterilized them forced health authorities to suspend all vaccination drives today and to post police outside Mexico City schools. Thousands of parents stormed various schools in the Mexico City area Tuesday and took their children home.

It's also important to note that these sterilization vaccines were being administered essentially at gunpoint, as police were accompanying the vaccine crews:

Callers told newspapers and TV stations that the sterilization crews were protected by police escorts and that they included white-robed men and women "who looked like foreigners."

This same scenario is now about to be replicated in California, by the way, where SB 277 would criminalize parents of children who are not vaccinated, essentially at gunpoint.

What's even more interesting is that the exact same arguments we hear today about vaccine skeptics -- they're punitively labeled "anti-vaxxers" or "anti-science" -- were also being used in Mexico in 1974. As the following newspaper clipping shows:

The Mexican Medical Association issued statements denying that any kind of inoculation could cause sterility... Officials said superstition and ignorance of preventive health [i.e. "anti-science"] were responsible for the widespread belief that the rumors were true.

In other words, even though sterilization teams were running around Mexico, injecting people with chemicals as part of a depopulation agenda, any person who pointed this out was immediately labeled "anti-science" and derided as "ignorant."

Very little has changed in four decades, it seems: the same tactic is still used today, even while children are being killed or injured every single day due to the toxic ingredients used in vaccines.

CDC's intelligence operatives caught running disinfo campaigns

The "science bullying" behind vaccines also allows governments of the world to run sterilization and depopulation programs disguised as public health. Once the population is bullied into accepting vaccines without question -- blind obedience is now demanded almost everywhere -- governments can add any chemicals they want to those vaccines, including chemicals that cause permanent sterilization or even death.

The fact that all vaccine injuries are systematically denied to exist also means that any person harmed or killed by vaccines is immediately wiped from the national memory. Like a criminal mafia, the vaccine industry works hard to hide the bodies and thereby maintain its monopolistic racket on the utterly false premise that vaccines are 100% safe. To further drive home this extraordinary medical propaganda, the CDC uses intelligence operatives like Nurse Hickox who spread disinfo through the mainstream media, which is always happy to comply with the destructive agendas of the vaccine industry.

As Natural News uncovered during the Ebola scare of 2014:

Nurse Kaci Hickox, who has made headlines over the last few days by refusing to quarantine herself after returning from the Ebola front lines in Africa, turns out to have been trained as an "intelligence officer" under a two-year CDC program modeled after the U.S. military.

As you can see from the document below, Hickox graduated from a two-year CDC intelligence officer training program in 2012. This is the same nurse whose LinkedIn page was recently scrubbed to hide her ties to the CDC...

The official intelligence designation granted to Nurse Hickox by the CDC was "Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer," and she is a graduate of the 2012 EIS program according to this CDC document (PDF). (See page 138 - 139 for her name and photo, or view photo below.)

That same year, the CDC graduated 81 such "intelligence officers" whose names and photos are also listed in the public document.

Bottom line? Don't trust the vaccine industry

What's the takeaway realization from all this? Vaccines have been and will continue to be used as a cover for forced depopulation programs involving sterilization or euthanasia chemicals.

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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Previously of the Department of Physics and Technology
Kharkov State University, Ukraine

Photographs taken on the lunar surface during the Apollo missions are regarded as the most compelling pieces of evidence that mankind went to the Moon.
The photographic validation method presented here is based on the detection of two-dimensional objects among three-dimensional objects, and determining the mutual arrangement of these objects in space and the distance to them by applying a technique known as stereoscopic parallax.

The word parallax derives from the Greek parallaxis meaning "alteration" where parallax is the difference in the apparent position of objects caused by shifting camera position. To achieve such a result, images are overlapped and are deducted/subtracted from each other using the function "difference" in an image processing application such as Photoshop®. Optical transformations are used when images are subtracted. During image convergence simple operations are applied: x and y axis scaling, rotation and distortion plus two additional processes: perspective and shift.

Such processes are referred to below as "optical transformations".  Objects further than two kilometres distant, with a minor camera shift, have zero parallax.
Using Photoshop® the sequence of steps deployed is as follows:

  1. Two overlapping images are placed on different layers – thereby creating a PSD file.
  2. Application of function "difference" to the upper layer (subtraction of images from each other).
  3. Optical transformations are applied: axes x and y scaling, rotation, distortion, perspective and in addition a shift to the requirement specified above. As a result maximum density black for the background is obtained.
  4. The layer is returned to the normal view: function "normal".
  5. The PSD file is pruned to remove non-overlapping parts.
  6. Sequentially, the converted layers are carried over into the application’s GIF animator.
  7. A stereoscopic GIF image is obtained that permits the creation of a 3D effect, even on a flat screen.
Stereo Wiggle
Fig. 1.  A stereoscopic image or ‘wiggle’ stereoscopy. GIF-animation allows the creation of a crude sense of dimensionality, even with monocular vision. Stereoscopic imagery can also determine the relative position of objects in space and enable judgment of their remoteness. Image Wikipedia
If any given image was taken inside a pavilion or dome with a panoramic background, i.e. when there are no distant objects with null parallax, then such a 2-dimensional object can be detected among any 3D bodies. In the case of such a finding, reaching the conclusion that there was deception could be stated with confidence.

Example 1.  The method of creating a stereoscopic image is examined in the following example of images of the Zmievskaya power plant, Kharkov region, Ukraine. The camera shift is 1.5 m.

Fig. 2. The Zmievskaya power plant Kharkov region Ukraine. HiRes image1, HiRes image2.
The distance to the power plant is about 4 kms and to the tree planting (left horizon) is about 2 kms.

The image convergence shown below (the main criteria is the most complete background subtraction, and since the distance is more than 3 kms, the parallax is zero).

Fig. 3. Image subtraction. 
Images are processed in a GIF-animator to obtain a stereoscopic image:

Fig. 4. Stereoscopic image of the Zmievskaya power plant.
(For more detailed information on creating stereoscopic images and obtaining intermediate images see this article – in Russian).

It is now possible to measure the parallax and the distance to all remote objects. The distance La to any object A, is calculated as follows:
Knowing the distance to the front edge: 5 m, and the front edge offset: 85 mm (can be measured by a ruler, the two white grasses), plus the offset of the nearest electric pylon, about 1.2 mm. From the proportions ratio the distance to the nearer pylon is acquired, namely 350 metres; to the second pylon with the parallax of 0.6 mm is 700 metres. Distance to the trees (offset is about 0.2 mm) is close to 2 kms – at the boundary of parallax occurrence.
Conclusion: These simple image transformation operations preserve perspective proportions.

Similarly, as in the case of examining the parallax of the Apollo lunar surface images – where, according to NASA maps of the landing sites, the distance to the mountain background should be more than 5 kms – evidence of stereoscopic imagery is expected. If such evidence is absent, the image cannot have been taken in the stated environment, such a image must have been created elsewhere in a studio.

Having looked at stereoscopic parallax in images of terrestrial objects, some Apollo images are studied from the photographic record.

The Apollo 15 LM touched down at 22:16:29 UTC on July 30 1971 at Hadley (26°7'55.99"N  3°38'1.90"E), near Hadley Rille (also referred to as Rima Hadley), Montes Apenninus and Mons Hadley. The first lunar rover was used for extensive reconnaissance. Within 67 hours the crew carried out three EVAs, spending 18.5 hours in total away from the LM. A new 500mm lens, camera and accessories were used, which have provided photographic opportunities not available to previous missions. Lift off from the lunar surface was on August 2, 1971 and the astronauts returned to Earth on August 7.

The Apollo 15 crew comprised:
  • Commander David R. Scott (Dave)
  • Command Module Pilot Alfred M. Worden
  • Lunar Module Pilot James B. Irwin (Jim)

Fig. 5. Topographic map of the Apollo 15 landing site.
A series of Apollo 15 photographs will be considered and stereoscopic parallax or apparent change in the relative positions of objects will be analysed.

The first series. Astronaut Dave takes a few panorama images in EVA-1 near the LM, AS15-86-11601 and AS15-86-11602.

Fig. 6. The LM with Jim standing at the rear of the rover; the Apennine front and the crater St. George are located in the background. The distance from the camera to the lunar module and rover is about 10 metres, and the Apennines and the crater should be 4-8 kms away. 
A rectangle marks the sections of the photographs which were deducted for parallax examination and separation of 3D objects from any 2D objects.

Fig. 7. The subtraction of the two photos after the transformations of scaling, rotation, and distortion is shown on the left. The right image shows the parallax achieved after merging the two frames.
Nearby objects: the LM, the rover, and astronaut Jim are shifting relative to each other. The Apennines and the crater St. George are also moving as a whole. (Moreover, the shadow is changing on the mountains and the crater.) This finding indicates that it is less than 300 metres to the background (the ‘mountains’) instead of 5 kilometres!

Therefore, with such a small alteration to the camera position in Dave's hands (several tens of centimetres), the mountains should not move, they should remain static (zero parallax).

In addition, the Apollo 15 stereoscopic photos feature a clear separation line between the ‘mountains’ and the foreground. Based on the distance between the camera and rover, the distance to the panorama of the ‘lunar’ scape cannot be more than 150 metres.

Conclusion: It is very probable that these images were taken on Earth in a studio stage.

The second series. Jim is doing some panoramic photography (Fig. 8). The distance from his camera to the LM is approximately 40 m. Jim's ALSEP Pan at the end of EVA-2.

Fig. 8. On the left Dave collects samples; Mount Hadley; LM in the centre; behind the LM the sun is shining into the camera and the Apennines are in the distance – over 35 kms; the Apennines and the crater St. George are on the right at a distance of 5-8 kms.
The two images with a view of Mount Hadley were selected from the Panorama (distance is about 30 kms, the height more than 2.5 kms) AS15-87-11849 and AS15-87-11850.

Fig. 9. Note the numerous boot prints left by Dave and Jim. Rectangles highlight the selected areas selected for parallax examination.

Fig. 10. The subtraction of two images after scaling, rotation, and distortion is shown on the left. The stereoscopic image after merging two images is on the right. 
Despite a slight offset of the camera, the mountains are moving, which contradicts the condition of distant mountains. If the image subtraction criteria are changed, the most darkened background condition is replaced with the most darkened front area.

Fig. 11. The subtraction of the front parts of the two images is on the left. The parallax resulting from the two merged images is on the right. This image was obtained by the subtraction of two photos taken with a camera shift of not more than 20 cms. Transformations of scale, rotation, reverse distortion, perspective, shift and the convergence of the two images into a stereoscopic image were applied.
An error estimate is now performed. Assuming that this is a real lunarscape, then the distance from the astronauts to the lunar horizon should be 1.5 kms and the distance to the objects in the background, such as the foot and summit of Mount Hadley, is 20-35 kms.

The offset of 100 sampled pixels below the horizon is calculated – the AB line, obtaining an average shift ± a pixels (depending on the image resolution). The shift magnitude obeys Gaussian distribution, meaning this is noise.

A sample of 50 points is selected above the line (AB), i.e. objects located at a distance of 20-35 kms. Giving an offset value of (10-50)a pixels. The shift direction has a vector and is not subject to Gaussian distribution. Moreover, the higher a dot the greater value of the shift – at the foot it is 10a, at the top 50a pixels.

It is logical to assume that if any lunar objects at the interval [0.01; 1.5] kms are static, the noise amounts to ± a, the parallax is zero, then for more distant objects at the interval [20; 35] kms, the parallax is likewise zero with the same value of noise, i.e. the shift is ± a pixels and the shift value obeys a Gaussian distribution.

However, the results indicate otherwise. Objects above the (AB) line are moving synchronously with increase in shift depending on the height above the horizon.

Conclusion: Mount Hadley moves and ‘bows’. The wrong initial assumption was probably made that this is a real lunarscape. As this research demonstrates, this setting must be a totally artificial panorama, several tens of metres in depth with a mock ‘Hadley’ in the background, moving horizontally and vertically to create an illusion of remoteness and of perspective.

A series of Apollo 15 images are now examined near Rima Hadley for the presence of stereoscopic parallax. Rima Hadley measures in length at least 135 kms, with an average width ~1.2 and average depth ~370 m (from Greeley 1971 – quoted in F. Leverington, 2008).

The third series. Dave and Jim make a few trips in the rover to Rima Hadley (Fig. 12) to collect samples. One of the panoramas comprises photos from AS15-82-11165 to AS15-84-11284.

Fig. 12. Jim is holding the camera. Rima Hadley is in the foreground. Dave is collecting samples near the rover. Mount Hadley is in the background. The sun is shining into the camera in the centre. The Apennines are over 35 kms away. Apennines Front and the crater St. George are on the left.
(Panorama assembled by the author)
In two panorama frames is the bottom of Rima Hadley, which extends to Apennines Front and the crater St. George. The distance from the camera to Rima edge is about 5 m, to the Apennines and the crater is 4-8 kms. The frames are taken with a shift of no more than a few tens of centimetres. AS15-82-11178 and AS15-82-11179.                

Fig. 13. The view of Rima Hadley, Apennines Front and the crater St. George.
Rectangles mark the sections used for parallax examination.

Fig. 14. The foreground subtraction of the two images after scaling, rotation, distortion, shift and perspective is on the left. On the right is the resulting parallax obtained after merging the two frames.
It is possible to see the movement of the surface areas relative to each other along the edge of the trench between points A and B. This situation cannot occur in real world photography.

Conclusion: These images were probably taken on Earth in a dome-shaped studio location where movable panorama backgrounds were installed, and even treated afterwards by further adjustment in a photographic lab.

Fig. 15. Landscape and Traverse map of Apollo 15 landing site by NASA artist (showing stations 1-14).
Images AS15-85-11423 and AS15-85-11424 were selected, taken at station 2 with Rima Hadley observation.

Fig. 16. Images AS15-85-11423 and AS15-85-11424 station 2 with a view of Rima Hadley. Photo camera stereobase is not more than 0.5m.

Fig. 17. Lunar Topophotomap of Rima Hadley, Apollo 15. Green dot marks the photo sessions site.
The topophotomap (Fig. 17) shows that the opposite slope is over 1 km away, the depth is 300 metres, and it is 7 kms to Rima Hadley bow. It is impossible to excavate an artificial canyon of similar size. Therefore, if fakery was involved, the opposite slope would have to be ‘painted’ or have a length of several tens of metres, simulating a lunar landscape. On the other hand, if the photographs are genuine, the parallax analysis will show that the distances correspond to the actual lunar surroundings, confirming the NASA record.

Horizontal stereoscopic effect

For this parallax we apply the next set of transformations: optical zoom, rotation, distortion, perspective, shift in x and y directions to the image as a whole. The requirement of maximum deduction of remote landscapes is imposed to extract horizontal stereoscopic effect.

As a result, we obtain the following stereoscopic pair of images:

Fig. 18. A stereoscopic pair of images AS15-85-11423 and AS15-85-1142 with horizontal stereoscopic effect after applying image transformations.
Stereoscopic parallax is clearly visible in Fig 18, and we can make a preliminary estimation of the distance to the opposite slope of Rima Hadley. The distance is 50 metres (recall that it should be at least 1 km according to the map). The distant background is shifting slightly, although the parallax must be zero, since according to the map it is about 20 kms to the mountains.

In general, given that in the true lunar background remote objects should be located many kms away, it is impossible to achieve a zero stereoscopic parallax using only previously-mentioned image transformations – confirmed by converging dozens of pairs of Apollo lunar surface images (as well as numerous efforts by other researchers). This strongly suggests that the distance to remote objects in the Apollo photographs which should be many miles/kms is indeed not so.
These images are a simulation of being on the Moon.

How were these fake Apollo lunar surface images taken? Due to incomplete convergence of remote background imagery a parallax error at the foreground of stereoscopic images is revealed. The relative error is a ratio of the foreground object’s shift in relation to the background object’s shift.

Distortion grid of background lunarscape

The remote terrain in a stereoscopic pair of images can be converged precisely with each other. To do so it is necessary to go beyond the optical transformations applied to the image as a whole and introduce digital distortion to the sections of the image.

This method can determine the nature of simulation of any background 'land'scape i.e. build a distortion grid and inspect it. Obviously, if the distortion grid has a curved surface, then it corresponds to projection at the rear onto a circular panorama screen, creating a simulation of a remote background scape on the projection screen. Instead of taking pictures in a remote lunarscape the ‘astronauts’ take pictures of a foreground with the background projected onto a screen.

The radius of the circular panorama can be roughly estimated by a distortion grid.

Fig. 19 below shows the distortion grid. A million pixels were involved in the transformation of these two images. In mathematical terms this is a system of a million equations solved with sub pixel accuracy.

Fig. 19. Digital distortion grid of background objects in AS15-85-11423 after optical transformations converging with AS15-85-11424.
A precise, curved concave transformation applied to the megabit pixels image confirms the fact that a ‘lunar’ scape was projected onto a forward-tilted, slightly convex panorama background screen. Any other technique fails to replicate the nature of the remote 'land'scape simultaneously for a million pixels of the image.

Fig. 20. Illustrates the logic and simplicity of a simulated Apollo lunar surface panorama.
The grid represents the projection screen which surrounded the Apollo simulation studio.

Below is the final result of the transformation (optical transformations and the circular panorama are already taken into account).

Fig. 21. Rima Hadley view. Apollo 15 stereoscopic photographs AS15-85-11423 and AS15-85-11424 after image transformation and digital non-linear distortion of the distant landscape.
Distances to the image elements are specified in metres with an accuracy of 1%, 2%, 15%, 30%
and 45% of distances 3, 11, 20, 40 and 60 metres respectively. According to the map
the distance to the opposite slope of Rima Hadley should be about 1,000-1,200 metres.
The parallax of the distant background is zero. In Fig. 21 we can see that the distance to the opposite slope of Rima Hadley is only 40 metres, while according to NASA's map it should be nearer to 1,000-1,200 metres. The difference is more than one of magnitude! This finding is seriously at odds with the official Apollo 15 record.

Scale stereoscopic effect
A scale stereoscopic effect was considered for AS15-85-11423 and AS15-85-11424 along the z axis. For example a photographer takes a photograph in one position, then moves closer to, or further from the subject and takes another photograph.

Fig. 22. A stereoscopic pair of images AS15-85-11423 and AS15-85-11424 with scale stereoscopic effect after transformations: 1) applying transformations: scaling, rotation, distortion, perspective, shift, and offset in x and y to the image as a whole; 2) digital distortion of the distant background terrain; 3) maximum subtraction of a distant background terrain, and 4) acquisition of scale stereoscopic effect. Distances to the image features in metres are specified with 60% accuracy.
Scale stereoscopic parallax is clearly visible in Fig. 22, which is used to estimate the distance to the opposite slope of Rima Hadley. The distance is about 40 metres. The scale stereoscopic effect also points to fakery of the genuine Rima Hadley on the Moon.

Verifying the universal nature of a distortion grid
for a distant background scape
To verify the possible presence of a circular panorama background screen, another pair of Apollo 15 lunar surface images AS15-85-11424 and AS15-85-11449 with a view of the Rima Hadley taken at station 2 are examined.

Fig. 23. AS15-85-11424 and AS15-85-11449 with a view of Rima Hadley taken at station 2. 
Below is a digital distortion grid on the distant background landscape present in images AS15-85-11424 and AS15-85-11449. A million pixels of the two images are converged with sub pixel accuracy.

Fig. 24. Distortion grid of the distant background 'land'scape in AS15-85-11424 and AS15-85-11449.
This confirms the previous finding that the ‘lunar’ mountain backscape was projected onto a forward-tilted, slightly convex, circular panorama background screen.

Horizontal stereoscopic effect

By the following procedures of:
  1. applying optical transformations such as scaling, rotation, distortion, perspective, shift and
    offset in x and y to the image as a whole;
  2. taking into account presence of a circular panorama;
  3. satisfying the requirement of maximum subtraction of a distant landscape;
  4. extraction of horizontal stereoscopic effect, we obtain the following stereoscopic pair:
    Fig. 25. A stereoscopic pair of AS15-85-11424 and AS15-85-11449; view of Rima Hadley after transformations and digital distortion of the distant background backscape. Distances to the features of the picture are specified in metres with errors of 15%, 45% and 95% for distances 20, 45 and 140 m respectively. According to the map the distance to the opposite slope of Rima Hadley is approximately 1,000-1,200 metres; to Rima Hadley bow is about 7 kms.
From previous calculations the distance is known to the foreground rocks at the bottom of Rima Hadley. Based on parallax it is possible to estimate the distances to the other objects as indicated in Fig. 25. Obviously errors are accumulative, the sum of any distance errors to the foreground rocks at the bottom of Rima Hadley as well as any errors in determining the shift of other features of the image – in this case 15%.
Scale stereoscopic effect
A scale stereoscopic effect was also obtained for AS15-85-11424 and AS15-85-11449 along the z axis when the camera was moved nearer to the object.

Fig. 26. A stereopair of images AS15-85-11424 and AS15-85-11449 with scale stereoscopic effect after transformations of: 1) scaling, rotation, distortion, perspective shift and offset in x and y to the image as a whole; 2) maximum subtraction of the remote landscape; 3) obtaining a scale stereoscopic effect. Specified distance to the elements of image in metres with an error not more than 85%.
The scale stereoscopic parallax is clearly visible in Fig. 26. Using distances determined from the scale parallax, the distance can be estimated to the opposite slope and to Rima Hadley bow. The distance to the opposite slope of Rima Hadley is no more than 40 metres, and the distance to the Rima Hadley bow does not exceed 140 metres.

According to the topographic map, distances to these locations are more than 1 km to the slope and to Rima Hadley bow it is about 7 kms. Here again, there are serious anomalies in this Apollo record. From a scale stereoscopic effect it is possible to estimate the distance to Rima Hadley bow and to the background projection screen.

Fig. 27.  A stereopair of images AS15-85-11424 and AS15-85-11449 with a scale stereoscopic effect after transformations and application of the distortion grid
for a
distant landscape. The relative error in distances is no more than 60%. 
Based on the stereoscopic result, the calculated distance to the mountains on the horizon is 140 metres (accuracy 60%). According to the map it should be more than 20 kms. The difference in distance is more than 100 times! These serious errors in the Apollo 15 photographic record indicate that these images were undoubtedly faked.

The study of stereoscopic effect in photographs AS15-85-11423, AS15-85-11424 and AS15-85-11449 shows that these images do not contain distant objects farther than a few hundred metres away. The distance to the opposite slope of "Rima Hadley" is about 40 metres (should be 1,000-1,200 metres), to Rima Hadley bow is about 90 metres (based on the topographic map is about 7 kms) and to the mountains it is 100-140 metres (should be nearer to 20 kms based on the lunar geography). The error in calculation of these distances is 15-60%.

Contradictions in the photographic record of the Apollo program point to the simulated nature of the lunarscape: creation of an artificial canyon, 40 metres wide and 90 metres long, simulating Rima Hadley with help of a rear background screen, depicting a distant lunarscape.

Was there a way to simulate the remote lunar surface on a projection screen for any other Apollo 15 lunar surface photographs?  More Apollo 15 images are considered from the NASA record with distant lunarscapes.

In Fig. 7 after optical transformations, all the foreground objects: the LM, the rover, and astronaut Jim move relative to each other. Any distant object such as the Apennines and the crater St. George also move as a whole. Shadows on the mountains and on the crater change as well. The separation line between the mountain and the foreground area is clearly visible. A rough estimate of the stereoscopic effect gives the distance to the background (mountains) as less than 300 metres. Instead of the 5 kms according to the Apollo record.

To converge a remote lunarscape a distortion grid was superimposed onto the optically-transformed images AS15-86-11601 and AS15-86-11602.

Fig. 28. A distortion grid of the distant backscape for the converged images
AS15- 86-11601 and AS15- 86-11602 in the stereopair.
Fig. 28 shows the distortion grid for converging AS15-86-11601 and AS15-86-11602 to obtain zero stereoscopic parallax. Recall that introducing a distortion grid is the method of going beyond the standard optical transformation – the system of creating equations for a one-million pixel image. Going beyond the laws of optics in converging two pictures into a stereopair questions the veracity of the image and results in a postulation that the lunarscape was faked.

The regular curved repetitive distortion grid for other pairs of images indicates projection of the distant background mountains onto a rear screen positioned about 100 metres away with the ‘astronauts’ in the foreground.

After applying the distortion grid we obtain the following stereopair:

Fig. 29. Stereo image after combining two pictures AS15-86-11601 and AS15-86-11 602 for parallax study. Line AB is a horizon mark at the foot of the mountain, above which is a projection on the screen to simulate a lunar mountainscape. The contrast was increased and the brightness was reduced.
The familiar distortion grid was superimposed on to the "distant" 'land'scape in photographs AS15-87-11849 and AS15-87-11 850, and after optical transformation:

Fig. 30. A distortion grid of the distant 'land'scape for converging two photographs
AS15-87-11849 and AS15-87-11850 into a stereopair.
Fig. 30 shows the distortion grid of the distant background in images AS15-87-11849 and AS15-87-11850. Taking this distortion grid into account, a stereopair is obtained:

Fig. 31. A stereopair of two images AS15-87-11849 and AS15-87-11850 to study the dynamics of the scene after application of optical transformations and imposing the distortion grid.
Fig. 31 shows a stereopair of images AS15-87-11849 and AS15-87-11850 to study the dynamics of the lunarscape after application of optical transformations and imposing the distortion grid. Obviously the distortion grid is a method of going beyond optical alterations and is an indicator of simulation of the lunarscape and the lack of really distant objects that should be several kilometres away. The nature of simulation for a given pair of images is similar to the previous pairs of images.

Fig. 32. A stereopair based on AS15-82-11178 and AS15- 82-11179, after scaling,
rotation, distortion, shift and perspective.
Fig. 32 shows a stereopair of images AS15-82-11178 and AS15-82-11179, which is obtained based solely on optical transformations. A distortion grid is superimposed on the remote lunarscape of one of the stereo photos AS15-82-11178 and AS15-82-11179, and obtain:

Fig. 33.  A distortion grid of the remote 'land'scape for converging photographs
AS15-82-11178 and AS15-82-11179. 
Another pair of photographs taken at the station 9-11, AS15-82-11121 and AS15-82-11122 points up the fact that the image of the mountain and central part of the Rima Hadley was projected onto a background screen. Below is the final stereopair after optical transformations were applied and imposing the same distortion grid on the remote lunarscape as previously.

Fig. 34. A stereopair AS15-82-11121 and AS15-82-11122 after optical transformations and overlaying a distortion grid on the remote landscape. Official distance to the slope of Rima is indicated as being not less than 1,500 metres and the value based on parallax –
50 metres (error not more than 60%).
The distance to the opposite slope of the Rima Hadley is 50 metres. The foot of the mountain and the Apennines can be clearly seen. Undoubtedly, this is a projected image on to a screen taken by ‘astronauts’ (AS15-82-11121 and AS15-82-11122). The actual length of the Rima Hadley on the Moon is actually 135 kms, the width is about 1.2 kms, and the depth ~370 metres.

Study Conclusion
Professor of University of California G. Schiller has noted: "To be successful, manipulation should remain invisible. The success of the manipulation is guaranteed when the manipulated believe that everything happens naturally and inevitably. In short, manipulation requires a false reality in which its presence will not be felt". Very often this false reality is amplified by the media.

In the convergence of these Apollo 15 pictures, more than a million equations (the number of pixels in the images) were calculated obeying the laws of optics. In order to obtain a zero stereoscopic effect for a remote landscape, typical distortion grids were generated around the photographic session sites.

Numerous Apollo 15 photo examples indicate an identical distortion grid – a projection screen at the distance of 100-120 metres from the front of the studio stage. A serious falsification of the true lunarscape, in particular, an artificial trench 30-60 metres in width given for the lunar Rima Hadley which is actually 1,200 metres in width; the image of this remote lunarscape being projected onto the curved background screen; and ‘astronaut’ photographers taking pictures in front of it in a studio set.

The Apollo 15 photographic record contradicts the stereoscopic parallax verification method. The apparent change in the relative positions of objects by moving the camera when the camera angles are separated by several tens of cms show that:
  • the distance to distant objects such as mountains is not tens of kilometres but is no more
    than a few hundred metres;
  • the landscape is not continuous, but with clear lines of separation;
  • there is movement between nearby sections of the panorama relative to other sections.
Thus, based on the above examples, this study concludes that the Apollo 15 photographic record does NOT depict real lunarscapes with distant backgrounds located more than a kilometre away from the camera.

These pictures were, without doubt, taken in a studio set – up to 300 metres in size. A complex panorama mimicking the lunarscape shows degrees of movement, such as horizontal and vertical changes to give an impression of imaginary distance to the objects and perspective.
Dr Oleg Oleynik

English translation from the Russian by BigPhil

About the Author

From 1984 to 1993 — Dr Oleg Oleynik graduated from the Physics and Technology Department (Phystech) of the Kharkov State University. He obtained a  Master’s degree in physics in physical metallurgy.

 From 1993 to 1999 —  was a senior engineer, scientific assistant, postgraduate student, and a Soros postgraduate student.

In 1999 Oleg successfully graduated from the Phystech postgraduate school, obtained his Ph.D.c specializing in experimental nuclear physics and the physics of charged particle beams at the  Physics and Technology Department of the Kharkov State University.

This was followed by a preliminary defense of the thesis, with a positive review by D.S. V.T. Lazurik.

 After 1999 Oleg left the Phystech department to pursue an independent career.

 From 1999 to 2012 – Oleg Oleynik organized non-state research on humanism on the Web, founded a School, a College, and a University with academic degrees.

Aulis Online, April 2012


Two years have passed since the original publication of this article in Russia. During that time, NASA decided to create a series of stereo photographs for 3D red-cyan glasses (anaglyph images), superimposing overlapping parts of Apollo surface photos. Reports slip out now and then that some of the photos on NASA’s Web sites have been replaced by retouched counterparts.

An article entitled "The method of correlative calculation of parallax and camouflage" was published (in Russian). I criticized the article stating that: "The merging of frames is carried out in the application for creating 360 degrees panoramas PTGui, which erases parallax, and eventually the distance to background objects artificially increases. Please double check the algorithm of the application". More here (In Russian).

There was no answer from NASA. Instead, in the Russian Wikipedia, late 2009, the following paragraph was added (and removed on July 31, 2011) to The Moon Hoax article: "Also, analysis of the lunar surface images, taken during the missions shows that distance to background objects is indeed vast and cannot be achieved in a soundstage with trick photography", referring to "The method of correlative calculation of parallax and camouflage" publication.

Any attempts to change or correct the information in Wikipedia, and to point out the serious errors in the Wikipedia article did not succeed, the moderator continued to erase the link.
Dr Oleg Oleynik
See also: Apollo 15 Hadley: A Study in Fakery by Professor Colin Rourke