So why is this significant? Because, if one believes Ingo Swann in his book Penetration, or others who claim that Neil and Buzz saw structures on the moon - or disclosure witness Karl Wolfe and several others who claim to have seen structures in NASA photos from the moon - then when we get there, it should be pretty easy to either find these structures, or determine these stories are just that - stories. My bet is eventually, we will find the evidence they claim is there. Why do I say eventually? Well, because if we use the Earth as an example and landed a manned space capsule in the middle of the Mohave Desert, because it’s nice and flat there, one might come away with the conclusion that there was no intelligent life on Earth. However, over time and with enough exploration one might find buildings and structures that were long ago abandoned and with even more exploration eventually the intelligent life we have been looking for since the beginning of humankind.
So personally I am cheering for these private and other government space programs, because the more people we put in space and specifically on the Moon and Mars, the greater our chances are of coming face to face with our ET neighbors. Perhaps one day soon we will be bringing back vacation photos of the ruins on the Moon and Mars, and if they’re not ruins but occupied, then our photos may even include some of our new found friends as well. Now that would be disclosure with a capital “D.”