Sunday, June 14, 2015

Evidence Star Wars really happened…

Former Science Advisor to Walter Cronkite: 'Star Wars is Our Real Ancient Galactic History & Everything Else is Fake'
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Moon Anomalies: Ruins And Structures On The Moon? 



Richard C. Hoagland shared an update on the Moon artifact he calls "Data's Head". Details of the head, which he said resembles the robot C3-PO, were derived by superimposing Hasselblad photos taken during the Apollo 17 mission.


Now, the unfortunate reality is that the negative has been so amazingly crafty that they did manage to blow up a planet in the solar system. That’s where the Asteroid Belt is now.

Ceres and the Asteroid Belt: Remains of an Exploded Planet

In early drafts, Star Wars was set in the 33rd century in our galaxy. The finished films, however, take place “a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away.” But although the Star Wars galaxy is not the Milky Way, it’s possible that the two galaxies exist in the same universe. The answer lies in a bargain between George Lucas and Steven Spielberg: a cameo by E.T. aliens in The Phantom Menace.

E.T. in Star Wars

In Spielberg’s 1982 film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, the alien E.T. sees a child dressed in a Yoda costume and says, “Home!” In return for the Yoda cameo, Lucas promised to insert an E.T. cameo into the next Star Wars film.
Sure enough, three aliens of E.T.’s species appear in the Galactic Senate in The Phantom Menace. No sources identify the name of their species, but the novel Cloak of Deception by James Luceno (2001) identifies their home planet as Brodo Asogi and the senator as Grebleips (Spielberg spelled backwards). In the 84th issue of Star Wars Insider magazine, the HoloNet News, an in-universe news feature, mentions Senator Grebleips funding an expedition to another galaxy.

This is all an extended joke, of course, but it raises some interesting questions. First, the name Brodo Asogi comes from the novel E.T.: The Book of the Green Planet by William Kotzwinkle (1985), a sequel to the movie E.T. This suggests that the aliens from Brodo Asogi are in fact the same species as E.T., from the same planet, and not just Star Wars aliens that happen to look like E.T.

But Star Wars is Fiction!

There’s a problem with the idea that the Star Wars and E.T. universes are compatible: in the movie E.T., Star Wars is explicitly fictional. The child wearing a Yoda costume might be excused as a costume that just looks like Yoda, but the movie characters also play with Star Wars action figures.

The only way this makes sense is if, in the E.T. universe, Star Wars is both real and fictional. That is to say, the events in the Star Wars galaxy really happened and are part of the history of E.T.’s race. The Star Wars movies on Earth, however, are just a fictional representation of that historical record -- perhaps an idea planted by other alien visitors to Earth.


NASA asked to explain 'Millennium Falcon' UFO that appeared in live feed:

The Moon is The Debris of a Spacecraft: