Those Werners


“The first man on the moon was Kapitänleutnant Werner Theisenberg of the Kriegsmarine.” According to folklore. Forget whatever mainstream propaganda. Still. Moon landings come as foggy things. How about throwing a peep at the moon, as a world of its own.

“First landing on the moon by the Germans was at Mare Imbrium on August 23, 1942 at 11:26 MEZ, using a Miethe rocket.”

“The first man on the moon was Kapitänleutnant Werner Theisenberg of the Kriegsmarine. Actually, the Navy did most of the work on the moon shots, not the Luftwaffe.”

According to Vladimir Terziski.

514a
“Next,” said I, “compare our nature in respect of education and its lack to such an experience as this. Picture men dwelling in a sort of subterranean cavern with a long entrance open to the light on its entire width. Conceive them as having their legs and necks fettered from childhood, so that they remain in the same spot, [514b] able to look forward only, and prevented by the fetters from turning their heads. Picture further the light from a fire burning higher up and at a distance behind them, and between the fire and the prisoners and above them a road along which a low wall has been built, as the exhibitors of puppet-shows have partitions before the men themselves, above which they show the puppets.” “All that I see,” he said. “See also, then, men carrying past the wall [514c] implements of all kinds that rise above the wall, and human images [515a] and shapes of animals as well, wrought in stone and wood and every material, some of these bearers presumably speaking and others silent.” “A strange image you speak of,” he said, “and strange prisoners.” “Like to us,” I said; “for, to begin with, tell me do you think that these men would have seen anything of themselves or of one another except the shadows cast from the fire on the wall of the cave that fronted them?” “How could they,” he said, “if they were compelled [515b] to hold their heads unmoved through life?” “And again, would not the same be true of the objects carried past them?” “Surely.” “If then they were able to talk to one another, do you not think that they would suppose that in naming the things that they saw they were naming the passing objects?” “Necessarily.” “And if their prison had an echo from the wall opposite them, when one of the passersby uttered a sound, do you think that they would suppose anything else than the passing shadow to be the speaker?” “By Zeus, I do not,” said he. “Then in every way [515c] such prisoners would deem reality to be nothing else than the shadows of the artificial objects.” “Quite inevitably,” he said. “Consider, then, what would be the manner of the release and healing from these bonds and this folly if in the course of nature something of this sort should happen to them: When one was freed from his fetters and compelled to stand up suddenly and turn his head around and walk and to lift up his eyes to the light, and in doing all this felt pain and, because of the dazzle and glitter of the light, was unable to discern the objects whose shadows he formerly saw, [515d] what do you suppose would be his answer if someone told him that what he had seen before was all a cheat and an illusion, but that now, being nearer to reality and turned toward more real things, he saw more truly? And if also one should point out to him each of the passing objects and constrain him by questions to say what it is, do you not think that he would be at a loss and that he would regard what he formerly saw as more real than the things now pointed out to him?” “Far more real,” he said.

According to Plato, Republic 7 -keep reading here http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.01.0168%3Abook%3D7&force=y

Now, considering, shall we ask: who landed on the Moon before the Germans? if what we stare at up on the dark skies is a hologram, a shadow on a wall, or on a canopy, a reflection, or refraction, then where is that world we convened to call ‘the Moon?’ who, or what, populates that world? and what is going on between here and there?

Did Werner set foot on the Moon?, interesting how the second name Theisenberg rhymes with Heisenberg. What did the Americans find there about a decade later?, judging by the express frustration on their faces when they came back to pose for the press.

Did the third Wernher go beyond rocket science?, all the way through plasma bridges, Bifrost type things, before selling the official lies to the fettered public, considering that Not-A-Space-Agency performed a great animation job, however resting mediocre with the department of green screen effects. At least the third Wernher’s last wish was to have this on his tombstone: “Heaven makes heard the glory of God and the firmament shows the work of his hands.”

Just asking for a friend. Because, you know:

For by faith we understand that the worlds were fashioned by the word of God, and these things that are seen came into being out of those things which are unseen.

According to Paul, Hebrews 11:3

2 thoughts on “Those Werners

  1. So happy to see this column a perfect history lesson when so much history is being destroyed. The quote from scripture says it all everyone wants to best the other guy.
    We must believe God created all things for us to enjoy and learn from together.
    Have so missed you my beautiful friend and these beautiful lessons you share
    Hugs my friend
    Bill

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    1. Dear Bill,
      Not a history lesson, not even a lesson. Just some questions being asked. Seems that we’ve been lied on about all levels, all aspects.
      It’s good to add some extra discernment to what we know, helping with discovering what we don’t. Yet.
      Love and kisses to you!!
      Doris

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