NASA Whistleblower: Alien Moon Cities Exist

Former National Aeronautics and Space Administration Data and Photo Control Department manager, Ken Johnston, who worked for the space agency’s Lunar Receiving Laboratory during the Apollo missions has been fired for telling the truth.

Johnston asserts NASA knows astronauts discovered ancient alien cities and the remains of amazingly advanced machinery on the Moon. Some of the technology can manipulate gravity.

He says the agency ordered a cover-up and forced him to participate in it.

According to Johnston, Apollo astronauts brought back photographic evidence of the artifacts they found during their lunar extravehicular activities (EVAs). Johnston claims NASA ordered him to destroy the EVA images while he was at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), but he refused.

When he went public, the space agency terminated him.

In a news release, Kay Ferrari, the JPL Director of the SSA Program, explained why she asked Johnston to resign: he had publicly criticized his employer.

When Johnston refused to tender his resignation, he was summarily dismissed without cause.

After his abrupt departure, he indicated he’d had enough and was tired that the U.S. government had been sitting on the proof for more than four decades that ancient alien cities are the Moon.

“I have nothing to lose,” he said. “I quarreled with NASA and I got fired.”

Ken Johnston isn’t the only one to have a bone to pick with NASA.

The scientist who oversaw the important life-detection experiment aboard the 1976 Viking space probe mission on Mars continues to blast the U.S. space agency.

Gilbert Levin insists his biology experiment proved life is in the Martian soil.

“We obtained positive data corresponding with all the pre-mission criteria, which proved the existence of microbial life in the soil of Mars,” Levin told National Geographic. [“I Found Life on Mars in 1976, Scientist Says”]

The prominent scientist is so angry at NASA he’s even created his own website designed to shout to the world that life really is on the Red Planet.

Former NASA employee, Donna Hare, has accused NASA of doctoring, obfuscating, and obscuring thousands of photos over the years. She has gone on record alleging the space agency erased inconvenient anomalies on certain damning photos.

During her time at NASA she was a specialist working as an illustrator and photographic slide technician. Her service awards include the 1969 Apollo Achievement award, a Skylab award, and a special commemorative medallion for meritorious service involving the joint American-Russian space mission, Apollo-Soyuz.

A technical illustrator by profession, Hare has just about done it all during her tenure with the space agency, working as a space illustrator and in the Precision Slide Lab. She illustrated space vehicles, satellites, launch pads, landing sites, lunar maps and much, much more.

Hare worked as a sub-contractor with the agency for more than 15 years. When she blew the whistle on NASA, she went public and appeared as a guest on WOL-AM radio in Washington, D.C.



4 thoughts on “NASA Whistleblower: Alien Moon Cities Exist

  1. “In a news release, Kay Ferrari, the JPL Director of the SSA Program, explained why she asked Johnston to resign: he had publicly criticized his employer.”

    Please show us this news release. Or did your dog eat it?

  2. You made an assrtion of fact that I think is fair to doubt the veracity of. If it turns out to be explained by your choosing an unreliable source to quote, you benefit from being shown this and so do your readers. Since NASA press releases are all on line and easily linked to, the apparent fact that the source did NOT do so suggests the ‘fact’ was made up. But it’s easy enough to verify, and since you made the assertion, the responsibility ought to be yours. Since I was personally involved in the original fracas, and was aware of the actual issues from the start, I’m interested in the level of distortion and fictionalizaton that has proceeded since it occurred.

  3. This “Ken Johnston” character seems like a sweet guy and great theatre, but when anyone bothers to double-check, nothing he claims about his spaceflight career seems to check out with the evidence.

    Now, I don’t mind weird stories and weird story-tellers, because on occasion they produce progress towards unexpected insights and truths. But when they drag in honorable men beside whom I worked for years, and portray them — long after they themselves are not able to defend themselves — as liars and scientific frauds, it does raise my hackles.

    Case in point: Dr. Thornton Page and the allegations of photo forgery to suppress evidence of alien activity filmed by Apollo-14 in shadowed regions of Tsiolkovskiy Crater on the back side of the moon. Page comes across in this story as a sneering villain on a planetary scale.

    But I worked with him for more than twenty years, visited him and his wife Lou at their home in Nassau Bay, knew their family, interviewed him for television, and delivered the eulogy at his funeral.

    So I took the trouble — as nobody else bothered to do — to just dig into the basics of Johnston’s story. It didn’t take long to determine, from mission records, that Apollo-14 never flew over Tsiolkovskiy Crater at all – that region was hundreds of miles to the south of their orbit, right on the horizon where Stu Roosa wouldn’t even have looked as he imaged the scientific targets below his spaceship.

    And when Apollo-14 was circling the moon, the sun was 30 degrees above the eastern rim of the crater — which would have left no portion of the floor in shadow, since the topographic relief is so gentle. Johnston said the crater’s floor was half in shadow, but none of it was. Doesn’t that suggest the story is imaginary? Go verify this.

    The story seems internally inconsistent. At one point the film (and I can’t find any record of a 16-mm cine camera even aboard the CM during the LM absence period) is called ‘Top Secret’, and the next day, Johnston is borrowing a copy for general showing to ordinary employees in the Bldg 2 auditorium. Why Page should even ask Johnston for the film is a total puzzle since even Johnston admits HE had to go to the REAL archives to retrieve it.
    Johnston reports ‘learning to fly’ in the Marine corps. Yet his FOIAed military training records show NO aircraft ratings or any flight school graduation certificates. His entire military duty was as a junior NCO flight line electronics maintenance tech, honorable work – but all of it on the ground. Go check.

    Grumman public affairs official Lon Rains checked for me their documents on their test pilots for the LM, and you can verify this with him. Johnston is not on the list. Nor is he named in any of the Apollo program histories of the testing of Lunar Modules in the vacuum chamber in Houston or in all other activities with flight vehicles. His name is not mentioned. He appears as a technician in the August 1969 NASA phone book, but not assigned to the astronaut training team, as he claims.

    His subsequent job in the Lunar Receiving Lab was as a shipping clerk, according to co-workers. He had several sets of Apollo photographs to show to scientists who were being sent the samples. He never had control over the original photos [he seems to have explained that to you ambiguously], and the one set he kept, that he donated to his college, was subsequently lost and he has ot been able to locate it, last I’ve heard [from the chief archivist at the college Johnston gave it t0].
    He was never ordered to delete or alter images from the master archives, nor did he even have the access to do so — he was told to clear the shelves once his team task [and he was a honorable footsoldier in that team, with nobody working for him] ended when moon landings ended and he was laid off.

    The “Dr.” title that is often used was also highly suspect, since it traces to a mail-order certificate from a PO Box in Denver that names a non-existent ‘Reform Baptist Seminary’, signed by a businessman who is still involved in other mail and internet projects..The ‘seminary’ was shut down as part of a mid-1980s Colorado Attorney General’s task force crackdown on bogus diploma mills.

    Decades later, Johnston claimed that PhD on the bio he sent to the volunteer outreach program at JPL. They trustingly listed it in their own website as an example of the education level of their unpaid volunteers. It was my query to them regarding verifiable corroboration of the claim that led to JPL’s simple and obvious query to Johnston — and his immediate offer to resign, which JPL accepted and quickly deleted the offending educational claim. Johnston soon called back to withdraw his resignation but JPL would have none of it — why should they give him a pass on one the major crash-landings in federal employment, claiming a bogus degree?

    We’ve allseen more than our fair share of tall tale tellers from all walks of life, and for myself, I rarely detect any signs of deliberate deception in them. What I often see is an enthusiastic incremental dramatization of original interesting stories into forms so distorted they become useless for the purposes we all pay attention to them for — for indications of genuinely anomalous experiences and apparitions whose recognition could be an epochal historic event.

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