Moon: China shows regressive alien bases -- Humanity's true state of higher advancement than alien archons


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It was the ancient Pagan Gnostics who had suggested that the real danger of the archons is their ability to exploit our human faculties of imagination and then to use those faculties against us, as humans.  Dr. John Lash has documented Pagan Gnostic accounts in

There are many of us, as humans, who assume that when we see a UFO, that must be the technical result of some much more advanced race of beings. But it was Jacques Vallée who also had further warn us, as humans, about many UFOs being part of a psychological warfare designed to insinuate the idea the the entities responsible for such apparent "spacecraft" as necessarily being "more advanced".

However, consider this analogous context.  Usain Bolt has been the fastest sprimter in the world.  If you were competing against Usain Bolt and were able to hold back his progress down the track, would that now make you the best sprinter in the world?  Arguably not.

David Icke says that the Moon is part of an alien regressive "matrix" that has been designed to repress humanity as inherently more advanced higher dimensional life forms than the archons.   Alex Collier also indicates that we, as humans, are being "held back" by alien regressive interests.  China's has appeared to revealed what David Icke suggests is the Moon as manifesting a "False Reality Complex" that had been used to hold back the true nature of our inherently more advanced state of be-ing.

Michael Cremo reveals in Human Devolution that humanity can trace its true origins to millions and billions of years ago.  Mr. Icke suggests that through the 'False Reality Matrix', regressive aliens seeks to oppress this cosmic memory of our identity as beings of love, peace, and empathy [video below].

China's map and images, released by the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defence (SASTIND), are the highest-resolution photos of the entirety of the moon's surface to be published thus far, said Liu Dongkui, deputy chief commander of China's lunar probe project.

The images were photographed by a charge-coupled device (CCD) stereo camera on the Chang'e-2 from heights of 100 km and 15 km over the lunar surface between October 2010 and May 2011, according to a statement from SASTIND.

The resolution of the images obtained from Chang'e-2 is 17 times greater than those taken by the its predecessor, the Chang'e-1.

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