Apollo 20: UFO Spaceship on Moon 1976 Ninnana posted:1/18/2010 2:18:50 PM A secret joint space mission on the Moon, result of an American-Soviet collaboration taken place in August 1976? Is it possible? Why not, if you consider that the existence of a Federal Agency like NRO (National Reconnaissance Office), and its missions of overhead reconnaissance, "were declassified in September 1992" (according to its official website). And is it really possible that such a collaboration has been prepared to explore a huge alien spaceship found on the backside of the Moon?William Rutledge (according to his story, a man of 76 years old who lives in Rwanda, former of Bell Laboratories and employed by USAF) is the name of the "deep throat" who, since April 2007, has been disclosing information and spreading a lot of video and photographic material on YouTube, about the presumed Apollo 20 space mission. His user name on YouTube is "retiredafb", and the most amazing footage he released so far is the presumed flyover of an ancient alien spaceship found on the backside of the Moon by the Apollo 15 crew. -some images: http://www.disclose.tv/files/photos/d5cfead94f5350cL.jpghttp://www.disclose.tv/files/photos/f73b76ce8949fe2L.jpghttp://www.disclose.tv/files/photos/25ddc0f8c9d3e22L.jpgThe last official space mission to the Moon with crew was the Apollo 17 (NASA), which took place in December 1972, and the Apollo 20 mission was cancelled by NASA in January 1970. But the presumed footage of Apollo 20 is not the only material which came out in the last weeks: it was also released by William Rutledge a presumed studio for the flyover of the assumed alien spaceship (available on YouTube as the so-called preflight study for Apollo 20). And moreover on YouTube we have also several shots of the strange object on the backside of the Moon (whose numbers would be AS20-1020, AS20-1022 and AS20-FWD-7250). According to the YouTube file-card on William Rutledge, who uploaded the controversial footages and shots, "Apollo 20 went to the moon august 16 1976. Destination was Iszak D, southwest of Delporte Crater, farside of the moon. The mission was soviet-american. Crew was William Rutledge CDR, former of bell laboratories, leona snyder CSP bell laboratories, and alexei leonov, soviet cosmonaut former "apollo soyouz" (mission one year earlier)."There are a few inconsistencies in William Rutledge's memories that you can find in reading this interview. It could be comprehensible if you think about an old man (76 years old) who is trying to recall historical facts and events of his life. So, I am not astonished if Rutledge, for instance in talking about the former Russian President Boris Yeltsin who used tanks and troops during the assault to the Parliament building, recalled the years 1995 or 1994 when the exact year of the small civil war was 1993 ([…] "I went to the Ural in 1995 or 1994, can't recall, responding to an invitation, but it was a mess here, I crossed Moscow when tanks were shooting the Russian parliament" by W. Rutledge, from the answer nr.8 of the interview). I verified it later on an encyclopaedia, but I could not answer before to such a question. I remembered only it occurred at the beginning of the '90s.On the other hand William Rutledge showed me a knowledge of Geology, Chemistry and of space exploration history, using specific terms. For example, he mentioned in the interview a not well-know term: the "feldspathoid", a " mineral consisting of an aluminous silicate that has too little silica to form feldspar" (Webster's Third New International Dictionary", K�nemann, 1993,pag. 835).http://img355.imageshack.us/img355/1959/a19acd7d2689207lvc1.jpghttp://img168.imageshack.us/img168/3631/fb8feff253bb6c8lvk0.jpghttp://img385.imageshack.us/img385/4029/d305281faf947calqq9.jpgNinnana posted:1/18/2010 2:23:14 PM Post edit- source: http://www.disclose.tv/0x6a656666 posted:3/3/2010 6:34:27 AM Check out this interview with William Rutlidge.Ninnana posted:3/3/2010 7:25:13 AM Very cool! Guy had to go live with a tribe to survive..... Please log in or become a member to add a post.