A former aviation technician who worked for a number of NASA projects during the Apollo era has revealed his personal collection of Lunar photographs which he claims reveal the existence of extraterrestrial bases on the moon.
Ken Johnson collected the images that astronauts had taken during the Apollo missions after being ordered by NASA to have them destroyed, and has since revealed his collection to the public.
In the images most recently released a series of seemingly intelligently arranged bright spots can be seen on the lunar surface, resembling artificial light sources. Many believe this to be irrefutable evidence of the existence of alien bases on the moon.
This is far from the first time that strange formations have been seen on the lunar surface. In images released by NASA what look like structures and even figures have been spotted over recent years, with most simply explained away as random formations on the lunar surface.
Similarly, a high number of former government and NASA officials have recently been coming forward to state that they either have evidence or at least believe that extraterrestrials exist and have been interacting with government agencies for some time.
So far the physical evidence has been lacking, and of course, photographic or video footage can always be staged, explained as natural phenomena or discredited regardless of what it appears to show.
Allegedly NASA has also been doctoring lunar images for years in order to airbrush out any proof of alien habitation, successfully hiding the presence of aliens from the public for decades and discrediting anyone who claims to have evidence to the contrary.
The images released by Johnson appear to show that resemble power stations smoke stacks and a huge radar.
One of the issues with this idea is that other than for observation purposes, the moon has seemingly little to offer aliens. There are no apparent benefits of moving heavy-industry to the moon and so large scale structures like power plants or radar dishes would not be needed. Also what we might recognize as being similar to designs found on earth would almost certainly not look anything like alien designs even for structures performing the same function.
Also these days there are thousands of images of the lunar surface produced by the public rather than government agencies every year. As the price of more advanced telescopes and photographic technology has decreased over the years, the ease with which the public can see and produce high definition images of the moon has increased.
This would suggest that either the images show nothing more than naturally formed shapes, or that the alien bases are well camouflaged or possibly even mobile, meaning that once photographed they would be impossible to find again. Sufficient alien technology would also allow aliens to live under the surface of the moon rather than in bases identifiable from surface pictures.