A Harvard Study Says Aliens May Be Living Among Us and Using a Base Inside the Moon

This video explains what is commonly referred to as The Hollow Moon Theory. So called because on an early Apollo mission, NASA intentionally dropped a portion of the lunar landing craft onto the lunar surface near some seismic measuring equipment, and scientist were astonished to find that the entire moon rang like a bell. On a later flight, they dropped a heavier object and found it rang like a gong. For three hours. The only logical explanation is not logical at all. Because it would require the moon to be hollow, which defies everything we know about natural celestial objects of this kind. 

Therefore, some who support the theory believe the moon is not natural at all. Not just because of its potential hollowness, but because nothing of the sort exists anywhere else. No other planet we know of has a satellite so close in proportion to it. Furthermore, there's the fact that the moon is positioned in such a way as to appear to be the exact same size as the sun from ground level. Leading many to believe it is, in fact, a space station. 

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Built by an impossibly advanced race of beings. Possibly as a stopover in their interstellar travel. Or perhaps as an observation platform, built to keep an eye on the insane, primitive, naked apes running around ruining things down here. 

But I need to point out that video is from Ancient Aliens, a preposterous show filled with crackpot theories that claims any structure on Earth older than Madison Square Garden was built by extraterrestrials. And other Hollow Moon enthusiasts include other assorted weirdos, mental defectives, and a blogger or two. But how would it be received if the theory comes from the most respected academic institution in the world? 

Source - Aliens might be living among us, according to a study by Harvard academics.

A new paper suggests extraterrestrials could also be living underground or in a base inside the Moon.

The study by Harvard University’s Human Flourishing program further puts forward the idea that UFOs, or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), may be spaceships visiting their Earth-based alien friends. …

Four theories on aliens living near humans are investigated.

The first are human cryptoterrestrials: A technologically advanced ancient human civilisation that was largely destroyed long ago (e.g. by flood), but continued to exist in remnant form.

The second are hominid or theropod cryptoterrestrials: A technologically advanced non-human civilisation consisting of some terrestrial animal which evolved to live in stealth (e.g., underground). …

The third cryptoterrestrials are former extraterrestrial or extratempestrial cryptoterrestrials. These would have arrived on Earth from elsewhere in the cosmos or from the human future, respectively, and concealed themselves in stealth, such as in the Moon.

Theory four, dubbed CTH 4, are “magical Cryptoterrestrials”: Entities which are less like homegrown aliens and more like “earthbound angels”. 

The paper says these relate to the world inhabited by humans in ways that are less technological than magical, giving the examples of “fairies, elves, nymphs”.

Go ahead and scoff if you must. And let's admit the theory of angels actually being aliens is the entire premise of Styx's "Come Sail Away." And on that one, I'm sticking with what The Good Book says. Your mileage may vary. 

But let's also remind ourselves, these aren't just randomly selected kooks saying whatever it takes to some face time on History Channel. These are presumably respected scientists. Researchers. Academics from a respected university with an interest in staying respectable. 


There's no benefit to them just putting their names to unhinged claptrap that can't be backed up by the peer-reviewed evidence. (Unlike me, who does it practically every day.) And I have to say that perhaps my favorite of these four hypotheses they propose is the one about the "extratempestrial" aliens. Meaning that they're not from another world; they're from this one, but from another time. Essentially, they're humans who have evolved. They're descended from us the way we are from earlier hominids. Which would explain how "the Greys" we normally think of when we reference aliens are generally built like we are. They too are bipedal. Symmetrical. Have eyes, noses and mouths in the same general arrangement we do. That their mouths are smaller because they've evolved beyond spoken language into telepathic communication, which so many experiencers have described. And of course, their brains are much larger, as ours are compared to your Neanderthals or whomever. They've figured out how to bend time, and come back to study us, the way we'd go back to check out Ancient Rome, the Napoleonic Wars or the Red Sox comeback in the 2004 ALCS if we could.

I have no proof of this, obviously. But it's always seemed plausible to me. More plausible than being able to travel millions of light years through space. Regardless, the smartest professors in the world are throwing it out there that we are being visited by someone. And those someones are using a hollowed out moon to hide from us in plain sight. So maybe all the nutjobs on Ancient Aliens, the internet, and Barstool are a little more brilliant than we get credit for.