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Is the Moon a hollow spacecraft? David Icke thinks so but is this disinformation?

David Icke thinks the Moon is hollow

You have probably heard of the Hollow Earth theory but a variation on this is that the Moon is hollow too. David Icke is putting forward this idea in his new book but I have come across the idea elsewhere in the talks given by alien contactee Alex Collier. But we need to ask ourselves is this just disinformation?

Collier, who claims he is in touch with the Andromedans, says that the Moon is a gigantic hollow spacecraft that was brought here thousands of years back. Icke agrees that it was brought here and says that he talked with elderly Zulu shaman Credo Mutwa, who told him that it is in the traditional beliefs and legends of his people that the Moon was hollowed out and placed in orbit around our planet by two brothers of the Chitauri race. These beings are reptilian and set themselves up as gods over the people of Earth.

Icke has made a link, and so did I when I heard this, with the two brothers of the Annunaki, Enlil and Enki. They are said to have been the beings who created humans as we now are.

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The Moon Matrix as a control system

David Icke is putting forward the idea that the Reptilian beings that he claims have ruled this world have been doing so using the Moon which they placed in orbit here many thousands of years about to bring an end to everything that had gone before.

It brought about great destruction and changes on the Earth and gave these beings the chance to take over here as hidden controllers and parasites of the human race. Icke has talked before about how the movie The Matrix provides a pretty accurate depiction of how the world actually is and how we are living in a constructed illusion. He has now taken this one big step further to suggest that the matrix is being run from and using the Moon.

He talks about the reptilian part of the brain. How it functions and what it is used for, and also how it can be stimulated to react. We all have a reptilian part of our brains.

David Icke explains his conclusions and how he came upon these ideas in a new and excellent interview he gave to Bill Ryan of Project Camelot and Project Avalon, and in depth in his new book Human Race Get Off Your Knees The Lion Sleeps No More .

I know that some of Icke's followers have found these ideas hard to believe in but personally I think he is really on to something here, and it confirms what Alex Collier had said about it being a hollow spacecraft.

I am thinking that putting the Moon in orbit would have had massive gravitational changes on the planet and could have triggered the submerging of Atlantis. It would have been a big enough shock to the balance of the Earth to cause global devastation on that sort of scale.

It is accepted that the Moon has a very strong effect over many parts of life here. It regulates the tides. It is said to exert an effect on the mental state of people too, and gives us the word lunatic from the Latin "Luna" meaning a moon. There are legends about werewolves and certainly many people are fascinated and affected psychologically and emotionally by the full Moon.

But what if it actually did a lot more than that? What if it really is a secret alien base? What do you think?

David Icke - HUMAN RACE, GET OFF YOUR KNEES : A Project Avalon Interview with Bill Ryan

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Comments

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on May 10, 2013:

Thanks for your information!

Darrow on May 10, 2013:

The moon came from the earth (the pacific basin specifically) it's chemically the same this has been proven since the first moon rocks were brought back. Just something that hollow moon supporters neglect to mention.

Volly on May 10, 2012:

We are in for a trip of a lifetime. Fasten your safety belts. Change is coming like it or not !

DENNIS the MENACE on March 03, 2012:

What form will ,if any, Save us if indeed we need saving?

sean on January 05, 2012:

Theres a song here somewhere....

kaasdavid4@gmail.com on December 04, 2011:

The Reptilian control is nearly at its end. The moon will be destroyed in 2015 by the Galactic Federation of Planets. They have a small package for me to deliver to the dark-side in September of that year. Just don't count on the Democrats or Republicans to save you now!

The New David

WillSteinmetz on September 19, 2011:

Interesting and informative.

Jonesy0311 on September 08, 2011:

I thought you would be interested in the fact that CNN just announced NASA's intention to send rovers back to the Moon, citing that they still have NO idea what is beneath the surface. NASA wants to determine what exactly the Moon is comprised of.

http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2011/grail-launch-09...

newday98033 on September 07, 2011:

If everything exists as "true" as a viewpoint of God, then Icke is right on. But how true means also who what where when how in this universe. There is always more truth, a more exact measure of reality. The broad brush makes pretty, but imprecise, pictures.

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on September 07, 2011:

Thanks for explaining all that, Jonesy!

Jonesy0311 on September 07, 2011:

Tabaris, you should read "Who Built the Moon." You'll find most of the answers there. It is no secret that life on Earth could not survive without having our Moon in exactly the position that it is now. It is the only moon in the solar system that is gravitationally locked with its parent planet. Most physical laws cannot accurately describe its orbit. NASA has impacted the lunar surface on two separate occasions and noted that it "rang like a bell" when impacted as if it were hollow.

Hypothetically, if you were an alien race searching for other potential life, why not tow a Moon into orbit using drones and place it immediately around a planet that lies within the Goldilocks circle of a particular system? It is also curious that we never see the other side of the Moon. How can you claim that this theory is so outrageous when you have no idea what nearly half of the moon even looks like? Asking questions like what purpose they would have here or how they managed to build it is pure conjecture and proves that we are primitive creatures. Does an ant have any idea what the hell we are doing?

Tabaris2eyesopen on September 07, 2011:

Really... This is totally crazy... The moon a space craft...? Cmon people that's insane... Nothing would benefit who ever created your moon theory this earth really? If something is that sophisticated why would we be here?? Why would they have interest here and how the hell they manage to build simthing of that magnitude... Come on people....

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on September 02, 2011:

Personally I am not worried!

yot on September 02, 2011:

do not worry about the moon it is leaving its position around the earth by a inc. every year eventialy it will just keep on going and be gone.

yot stockol on August 27, 2011:

when the north and south poles change polarity what will happen to the magnetic pull we have on the moon will we lose the moon ?

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on August 27, 2011:

I cannot answer apart from saying that I have heard at least 56 alien races involved here!

stephen at sea on August 27, 2011:

I am always at sea looking up at the stars. And I can't believe that we are the only creatures ever created... Now my questions.

What aliens made the Moon Ship?

How many different types of aliens are on our planet?

When did the Moon Ship get here?

Brian L. Powell from Dallas, Texas (Oak Cliff) on August 25, 2011:

I don't know of anything that proves the moon is not hollow. You know, there are people that want to use the moon as a base for future space exploration. I guess someone is going to have to go back to the moon and find out.

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on August 25, 2011:

Thanks for your feedback!

Jonesy0311 on August 25, 2011:

I don't know about it being a spacecraft, but there is plenty of evidence that the moon is hollow. NASA noted this during the Apollo missions and later when they hit it with a rocket to search for underground water. The quote was that it "rang like a bell" for several hours afterward.

Of course, one cannot argue that without the moon in exactly the position it is now, there is no way that life as we know it could exist on Earth. It goes beyond ocean tides. We need the moon in order to stabiize our orbit. Otherwise, we would wobble through space like Mars. That's a pretty astounding coincidence. There is a book on this that I have been unable to find for less than $60 called "Who Built the Moon?" You can also check out "Dark Moon" by Mary Bennett. I find that most people who think this idea is outright crazy, simply haven't done as much research as the conspiracy theorists like me have. I'm not saying it has been proven. But, there is certainly evidence which suggests it.

Also, as far as the weight/gravity of the moon, if it were a spacecraft, for argument's sake, how do we know what it's made out of; density, material, weight, etc.?

And as far as "why don't they show themselves," there are thousands of readily available photos, videos, and testimonies which have never been disproven. Look at the Phoenix Lights, the 1952 incident in Washington, D.C., or the Battle of Los Angeles (where do you think they got the name for the movie?)!

simo002 on April 25, 2011:

maybe there is something out side our planet ,but why they dont show theme selfs to us ?

rob on April 24, 2011:

we accept the world that we are presented with.Truman show film connects the david icke idea of the moon as an observation station.This film i feel is pointing at the truth that humans are being kept in the dark with the mass media.Research lights the way towards self awareness out of the box we were presented with.All you need is heart, brains and courage.Keep laughing on this crazy journey.

simo002 on April 12, 2011:

you have to look into the holy couran and you will find that the moon was brought by allah there is no such a thing like anunaki or i don't know ... if you want to know a lot of facts about earth and moon etc ... you have to look into the holy couran , am not telling you this because i am a muslim and i need you to see there ,no!!! but the holy couran is a book of science and religion ... a lot of things where told in the book before that modern science discover them ...

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on March 20, 2011:

Thanks for posting!

Emmeaki from Brooklyn, NY on March 20, 2011:

I'm with David Icke on some things, but this seems a bit far-fetched. Still, I am willing to keep an open mind listen for more details on the subject.

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on February 12, 2011:

Thanks for posting but I don't agree that tidal action or seasons are necessary for life and can think of plenty of examples of animals and plants that are in no way dependent on these!

Baren on February 11, 2011:

The difference in mass IF the Moon is indeed hollow can be explained if the crust is very dense to make up for the lack of a core. As for putting the Moon into orbit making Atlantis sink - there would be no life on earth without the moon. The tidal action was necessary to "stir the soup" for early life, and the pull also makes the Earth tilt at such an angle as to have seasons, without which there also would be no life.

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on December 05, 2010:

Thank you for your thoughts on the subject, MoneyCreator24!

MoneyCreator24 on December 05, 2010:

Wonderful theme. I love it. And I also believe that all of our planets are hollow. After studying the way of how they became planets I have realized that its impossible that they are solid.

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on November 08, 2010:

Thanks, Mark!

markbennis on November 08, 2010:

Hi birdofAly Interesting concept I do believe the Moon is a Space port and also Planet X/Nibiru is real too, I have also done a little research and realised that David Ickes is not as barmy as many would have us believe. It seems we are hurtling towards the inevitable a total wake up and quite soon actually, great Hub Interesting Topics...

what are you talking about:? on November 04, 2010:

what a load of nonsense

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on October 16, 2010:

Synchronicity! Thanks for posting, Sabreblade!

sabrebIade from Pennsylvania on October 15, 2010:

You know I was just reading about the Vasin-Shcherbakov Theory and I run across this Hub....

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on August 04, 2010:

Thanks for posting! Icke is suggesting that the Death Star is based on a reality.

Ancient Monster on August 04, 2010:

I think that this idea is very interesting.....i read some where years back about a probe that crashed into the moon and that sounds were heard that would put you in the mind of a bell being rung.I feel that the effects of the moon on our emotions are amazing, it is something to think about. NASA has also stated the the moon is full of ports with no bottom... so it makes you wonder could the death star from Star wars be really true?

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on June 15, 2010:

I appreciate your comments, BumptiousQ, so thank you!

BumptiousQ from Asheville, NC on June 15, 2010:

I love the imaginative "what ifs" of life...The moon is probably just a moon, but I hope not. Much more interesting if it's used as a base or is actually a ship of some sort.

Hi-Jinks from Wisconsin on June 10, 2010:

Hollow you say? So when Americans planted the flag on the moon, why didn't the moon go zoom around space like a balloon?

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on June 10, 2010:

Thanks for your feedback!

Carolyn from Northamptonshire on June 10, 2010:

Don't know about hollow, but my dad always used to believe it was part of the Earth originaly and was blasted out from the ocean floor

Christopher Antony Meade from Gillingham Kent. United Kingdom on June 05, 2010:

I thought that The Moon was supposed to be made of cheese.

I did try to watch the video, but after ten minutes the tedium was just too overwhelming. How anyone could spend eight hours listening to such drivel is beyond my comprehension. It takes all sorts to make up the world.

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on June 04, 2010:

Thanks for posting! I wish I could be so sure about its true nature like you can!

ss sneh from the Incredible India! on June 03, 2010:

Hi! Nice imagination!

Yes, Moon is indeed a spacecraft! But not hollow.

And guess what? Our earth is also a Spacecraft!!

Designed to carry some living creatures called human beings!

Remember our earth moves approximately 630 km per second relative to the local co-moving frame of reference; along with the solar system and the milky way!

And relative to distant galaxies earth moves more than 200,000 KMs per second! (Yes, per Second!)

So the planet earth and its satellite moon, can be imagined as spacecrafts traveling through the universe, ingeniously created to carry life!

I do agree with your theorem, but you just have to add the word "NATURAL"!

-- Thanks

Arthur Windermere on June 03, 2010:

Oh my god! Just when I thought David Icke's theories couldn't get any more detached from reality. It's easy to sit around and come up with unusual theories like this and to interview Zulus and abductees. It's difficult (for me) to find any good reason to believe them. It's as Isaac Newton once said, "If I could build a moon-sized space computer, I should think I'd be beyond needing human beings."

Thanks for the summary, Bard. Icke's theories are always entertaining, even if I have trouble taking them seriously.

Cheers!

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on June 01, 2010:

Yes, I was in Scientology and very involved in it for about four years from 1986 onward. And actually I found out last year that I would be welcomed back in it. I had someone phone me several times who was well familiar with my case and he was able to understand why I had left. I was glad to find out that I was not thought of badly as I had assumed would have happened because I had quit.

montheroid on June 01, 2010:

very cool, love David Icke :D

You were with the Scientology people ? Funny stuff, how'd they react when you left ? Planning on writing some good Hubs on that soon ?

Cheers!

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on May 30, 2010:

We can grow our own food to varying degrees and we get real food then! As for the FDA, what can I say? When I was in Scientology many years ago I learned that L Ron Hubbard called them the "Fools and Drug Addicts!"

someonewhoknows from south and west of canada,north of ohio on May 30, 2010:

I forgot to mention the fact that our food supply is produced by less people now more than ever.If,something happens to our capacity to produce food so goes our indepedence.We have the F.D.A doing enough damsge as it is.

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on May 30, 2010:

Thank you for posting, Darlene!

Darlene Sabella from Hello, my name is Toast and Jam, I live in the forest with my dog named Sam ... on May 29, 2010:

No I have learned a lot of knowledge in my many years on Earth, and this is the first time I have heard this. Thanks you for this fascinating thought, concept, idea, subject matter. Very interesting hub

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on May 29, 2010:

I am glad it makes sense to you! Thanks for posting, lovemychris!

Leslie McCowen from Cape Cod, USA on May 29, 2010:

Oh--he just said something that resonates...Benjamin Fulford also says that we are on the brink of a New Cambrian Explosion!

It is not bad what is happening, but good.

Leslie McCowen from Cape Cod, USA on May 29, 2010:

Thank you for talking about this!!

It makes so much sense to me. I haven't watched the video yet, but I do know that right here and now is NOT how humans are supposed to be!! Something HAS taken over us, and if you look hard enough you will see. Something is not right with the picture here.

Now on to the video...but thank you Bard!!

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on May 29, 2010:

Thank you, Billy!

billyaustindillon on May 29, 2010:

Well presented -can't say I agree with a lot of Icke's ideas but this one really has you thinking with the Moon's effects on earth and all these different theories.

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on May 29, 2010:

Thanks for posting, BJ!

BJBenson from USA on May 28, 2010:

I will have to really think about this. You tell us the most interesting things. I will have to read more. Thanks.

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on May 28, 2010:

You're welcome, Tantrum!

tantrum from Tropic of Capricorn on May 28, 2010:

Interesting topic ! I'll go and do my research. Thanks for writing this hub and letting me know :)

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on May 28, 2010:

Thanks for posting, Ethel!

Ethel Smith from Kingston-Upon-Hull on May 28, 2010:

Well I know that anything is possible but does not seem plausible to me

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on May 28, 2010:

Thank you, Debbie, William and Someonewhoknows, for your posts! William, David mentions that book on the video!

someonewhoknows from south and west of canada,north of ohio on May 28, 2010:

Although the earth and the moon are not completely hollow which is obvious to us who live on the outside I've read that the earth's hollow center encompasses more interior space because according to the story there is a 300 mile round sun at the center of the Earth and the earths crust is roughly 800 miles thick which encompasses Earth's interior atmosphere.Water air and light are said to flow into and out of the Earth's poles.The sun at the Earth's core provides light and heat,and could have something to do with lava flows into the Earth's oceans and between the Earth's techtonic plates.

I've heard that there are more than one group of E.T.'s interested in the earth and it's population.Some of which are supposedly living inside it.Alex Collier speaks to this.David Icke clearly speaks from the viewpoint of the reptilians interest in earth.I hear that there are two groups from the Sirus star system.Sirus A. and Sirus B.

One of which wants to control the earth for it's minerals and people as a labor force and the other's that seems to be interested in earth being independent.In any case it is we who are native to earth that need to have control over our home.In order to do that we must be united against any outside influence.First we need to recognize this in order for a united earth to fight against negative outside influence.By this I mean independent in food and resources ,so we can be independent in every other way as well.

William Bond from England on May 28, 2010:

Another person who claims this is Alan Butler his book is at.-

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Who-Built-Moon-Christopher...

Debbie on May 28, 2010:

At the end of the day. It does not matter if the moon is hollow or not. It does not matter if there is life on there or not. Yes, the moon affects our tides, moods and emotions. That is a well known fact. But it is up to us down here to sort out our problems. Not looking to that beautiful white moon and blaming it for all our problems. We create our own problems, we are in control of this planet no one else. As soon as humanity realises that the sooner we will make this planet the beautiful place to live as it was meant to be.

Humanity has become lazy. We are too busy letting other people be in control of our lives. We all need to take control and be responsible for our own actions and stop listening to people who are batting for the other side! Who are just as destructive as the elites they are supposidly against! Both sides are leading people up the garden path which ultimately leads to nowhere!

Steve Andrews (author) from Lisbon, Portugal on May 28, 2010:

No, he doesn't!

Dave McClure from Worcester, UK on May 28, 2010:

Does he explain how, if the moon is hollow, it still manages to have a mass consistent with being solid, as measurable by its gravitational effect on Earth?

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