Where Will All the Dreams Go?
Steve Troy

On February 21-23rd, about two-hundred-fifty people converged on Salon D at the Sheraton Old Town, Albuquerque, New Mexico to interact and ponder the theme of the conference as well as the important question laid before us today regarding our seemingly lost and struggling space agency: ‘Where Did All The Dreams Go?’

Richard C. Hoagland, along with a panel of independent scientists and researchers from the Enterprise Mission gathered to present 3 days of audio-visual analysis and information with discussion to answer this and other pertinent questions regarding space exploration; namely where we’ve been, where we are now, where we should be, and where we should be going today.

Richard started off Friday with commentary on the current status of the Columbia Shuttle disaster, encouraging a sobering reflection on just where we are currently as a space faring civilization. He followed up by leading us through an in-depth historical look at our beginnings showing the audience mysterious ancient stone petroglyphs drawn onto rock faces of caves and cliffs of the ancient southwest -- artistic renderings of space suited, helmeted beings drawn by a lost, forgotten people - - which begged the question, ‘Had we been visited before or had we been out there before?’

The remarkably symbolic (and tetrahedral!) art of such space artist pioneers as Chesley Bonestell and Robert McCall was shown, reflecting the yearning and dreams of the human spirit to stretch our boundaries -- not only to the edge of our solar system, but beyond. Hoagland’s presentation took us through the colorful fantasy and imaginings of the era "space art" of the sci-fi 50’s, which infatuated the spirit of the child and kindled the minds of so many future NASA engineers and scientists. Richard revealed that one of the major moving forces behind this carefully thought-out campaign was none other than Dr. Werner Von Braun, who in collaboration with other German colleagues such as Dr. Willey Ley, and even Walt Disney, deliberately set out to engage an entire generation in making the space dream a reality. As an endpoint in this process, which ultimately led us to the Moon, the ever-relevant and prolifically symbolic epic film masterpiece, Arthur C. Clarke’s 2001 a Space Odyssey, brought us to the present day. It left us wondering when NASA would soon utilize nuclear propulsion (Project Prometheus) to break through limitations of the antiquated shuttle program to the planets and stars above, which was NASA’s original dream.

Saturday, lunar photographic researcher Steve Troy took the audience into the very real realm of lunar anomalies and artificial structures giving a 3-hour slide presentation showing results of some of the orbital analog lunar data he had researched  since 1994. Slides of full size and sectional close-ups photos of redundantly repetitive and geometric surface structure, remnants of lunar glass rebar and domes seen on 60’s-70’s NASA lunar photography, and multiple corroborative views taken from multiple missions of these artifacts, re-awakened interest in lunar photographic research as well as reinforced and verified Hoagland’s Lunar Dome hypothesis. The fact was raised that NASA has designed plans to build future Moon bases from glass, and photographic evidence presented to the crowd suggested that someone at sometime had been to the Moon and had done this already.

Dr. Ken Johnston, one of the 5 test pilots assigned to work with and train the Apollo astronauts on the Lunar Module and who was responsible for controlling all the Data and Photographic information generated at the Lunar Receiving Laboratory (LRL) in Houston, came aboard with Troy toward the end of the slide show. He related his experiences while at the LRL where he witnessed the airbrushing of lunar photography and alteration of lunar 16mmm DAC film. A short question and answer session followed.

Richard then discussed and presented examples of views of some photographs of the lunar glass as taken from the surface by the Apollo astronauts themselves. Evidence of stunning layers of glass curtains and spires were shown taken from Apollo 14 and Apollo 10 that were plainly visible along and above lunar horizons, raising once again the question regarding NASA’s duplicitousness and denial about them for over 30+ years.

On Sunday, Mars took center stage as Hoagland explained once again, the mathematical decoded relationships between the locations of the Monuments at Cydonia, and their significance to the tetrahedral model of Hyperdimensional physics. Recent discoveries on Mars Odyssey data such as the Glass Tunnels and the Themis image decoding research of Keith Laney suggested the undeniable presence of astonishing geometrically patterned cities and artifacts under the Martian surface. Russian Phobos 2 images released exclusively to the Enterprise Mission corroborated the Themis image Keith downloaded on the 25th July. It was suggested that Mars once may have been a hydrated planet, and Efrain Palermo’s data including his Mars Stain Maps of Mars showed the vast amounts of Martian water detected underground in the Tharsis and Arabia regions. The theory was again postulated that Mars might have once been a captured Moon of a planet that exploded, i.e. Van Flandern’s, Exploding Planet Hypothesis.



Left to Right; Efrain Palermo, Gary Leggiere Dr. David Livingston, Ken Johnston, and Steve Troy.

Later, the panel consisting the present contributing scientists and researchers took the stage to answer questions from the audience. It was a time to reflect and to then pick up and go forward. It ended as it started, except with a new sense of resolve. Many left with a determination to follow-up on and discover new ways to help realize the dreams of true space exploration. It may have disappeared for some, but not for all. It can be stated simply here as it was at the Conference, that we’ve been stagnating as a civilization that has the capacity to reach the stars on a faster timetable than we’ve been traveling on thus far. There are dreams waiting to be fulfilled and answers to be found. Hopefully it isn’t too late. Time will tell.

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