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Hosted by Richard C. Hoagland, Exposing Suppressed Science, Cutting Edge of Science and Thought

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Show Page: Alternative Listening: Well ... tonight -- February 25, 2024, just a couple days after an American private corporation ("Intuitive Machines") successfully landed an unmanned spacecraft named "Odysseus" softly (well, kinda ...) on the Moon, David Copperfield (the famed "billionaire Los Vegas magician" ...) is supposed to make the whole place itself "just disappear!" Or NOT .... Announced many months ago in a very slick professional video, Copperfield's "crowning magic trick for February, 2024" seems to have suddenly "disappeared" itself; Andrew Currie --the member of our Team who originally became aware of Copperfield's ambitious plans many months ago -- cannot now find ANY recent reference (!) to this coming feat ... nor ... even a (now) scheduled (or rescheduled!) "launch date." What happened? Well tonight, we will connect the mysteriously-changing David Copperfield "Moon Magic Show"... Intuitive Machines' miraculously "saved lunar landing" of a couple days ago ... and the extraordinary technological properties of our proposed "ancient lunar dome"-- Into one AMAZING Theory .... With real VIDEO of "the Ancient Dome" PHYSICALLY responding ... to some kind of repeated "energetic inputs!' Like someone, from 2012 ... on, has been "testing Something." Is Copperfield trying to use "ancient lunar ET technology" itself, to pull off "the slickest magic trick of ALL TIME?" Join us .... Richard C. Hoagland Copyright 2024

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Show Page: Alternative Listening: What does NASA's first new human lunar mission in 50 years, since the end of the Apollo Program -- an unmanned test named "Artemis" (after the twin sister of "Apollo"...) -- and the fourth man to... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: Tonight, is the 59th year since "another Christmas Eve," in 1963 -- the first Christmas we all struggled to somehow celebrate ... less than one month after John Fitzgerald Kennedy was killed. Why... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: What does NASA's first new human lunar mission in 50 years, since the end of the Apollo Program -- an unmanned test named "Artemis" (after the twin sister of "Apollo"...) -- and the fourth man to... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: "The Artemis Generation ...." This has become NASA's new, overriding "mantra" in the last few years; that, with the Return of Americans to the Moon -- this time to stay -- humankind's future itself will take... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: "The Artemis Generation ...." This has become NASA's new, overriding "mantra" in the last few years; that, with the Return of Americans to the Moon -- this time to stay -- humankind's future itself will take... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: In the early 1930's, at the height of the world-wide Great Economic Depression, American President Herbert Hoover turned to his Chief Economic Analyst at the Department of Commerce, Edward... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: A few nights ago, Artemis-I (finally ...) made it to the Moon! The Mission is now halfway through its uncrewed 26-day test odyssey: to return to Earth's only natural satellite, for the first time in ~50 years... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: Tonight, Artemis-I is (finally ...) on its way to the Moon! The Mission is now well into its planned, uncrewed 26-day test flight to Earth's only natural satellite in ~50 years -- being carried out via a human-rated... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: A few nights ago, Artemis-I (finally ...) made it to the Moon! The Mission is now halfway through its uncrewed 26-day test odyssey: to return to Earth's only natural satellite, for the first time in ~50 years... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: A few nights ago, Artemis-I (finally ...) made it to the Moon! The Mission is now halfway through its uncrewed 26-day test odyssey: to return to Earth's only natural satellite, for the first time in ~50 years... more

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