Unmistakable Lunar Ruins on the Moon -- at 19.5 ...!

By Richard C. Hoagland
© 2006 The Enterprise Mission


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NASA scientists need glasses.

Over the weekend, a team of NASA planetary scientists released from Brown University -- simultaneous with their publication in the world's most prestigeous science journal, Nature -- a significant scientific discovery.

The title of their paper is:

"Lunar Activity From Recent Gas Release,"
by Peter H. Schultz, Matthew I. Staid and Carlé M. Pieters

Commented one of the authors,

"We believe there has been a rapid release of gasses [at this location on the lunar saurface], blowing off surface deposits and exposing less weathered materials (emphasis added)."

The estimated time-frame for this event: "less than 2 million years ...." This, compared to a previously estimated 3 BILLION years since the last prior significant lunar eruptions.

What's been revealed, by our own, independent Enterprise analysis -- lying just 3-5 meters below the much more "weathered" surface in this specific ""Lacus Felcitatus" region of the Moon -- is NOT just "newly-exposed, less weathered materials." What the Brown scientists are calling the world's attention to is nothing less than--

The most perfectly preserved artificial lunar ruins discovered so far on the Moon!

It's just the NASA scientists themselves who can't seem to see and recognize what they've "discovered!"

The two Apollo images displayed here, official released as part of the new 2006 Nature lunar study, reveal not only unmistakable geometric and architectural detail throughout this feature ( buildings, walls, sculptured former "gardens," towers, parapets, etc., they also reveal the striking structural material making up this complex--


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This ties directly into our own, until now never published, completely independent analysis of the composition of the foundations of the "entensive lunar glass ruins" we've uncovered in our own 10-year Enterprise lunar artifacts investigation--


Another major clue that the ruins are, in fact, just that ... lies in their location:

19 Degrees North, and 5 Degrees East.

Nothing less than an astonishingly OBVIOUS "coding" of the latitude repeatedly discovered through our Enterprise investigation ... on worlds all across the solar system--


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Update -- 11/20/06

This afternoon, Steve Troy -- a colleague who has quietly pursued our Enterprise Mission lunar investigation with incredible tenacity for many years -- received two "second-generation" NASA negatives of the Apollo 15 "Panoramic Camera" images, originally acquired of the "INA Depression" in 1971.

A preliminary inspection of these negatives confirms the astonishing presence of obvious buildings, walls, and major "geometric" collapsed regions of this remarkable region of the Moon (see high resolution enlargement -- right).

In a future update, as soon as these official NASA negatives have been properly scanned, a complete report and analysis of this incredible breakthrough in our continuing lunar investigation will be presented here. As well as the potential for NEW NASA imagery of INA , with better resolution ....

Stay tuned....

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