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Instead of a Moon Base by 2001, we got 9/11 a false flag operation
Stanley Kubrick directed 2001: a Space Odyssey
and was very involved in making realistic Moon scenes.
Sill of window represents theatrical stage with a simulated Eagle on it
The Eagle landing was staged.
ADLER is German for Eagle
Jack Torrnace (Jack Nicholson) Watching the maze
TANG is the drink of astronauts
CALUME - Columbia (command module)
Eagle (Lunar Module) on window sill symbolizing a stage
Office symbolizes NASA's Office
6 sided NASA launch pad 39A
White ball (Moon) comes to astronaut, not vice versa
APOLLO 11 USA
on boy's shirt (not even subtle clue). Boy represents the rocket lifting up
Twins symbolize Gemini
a truthful mission
In the Apollo images, lights can be seen in the background
Number 11 appears over Jack Torrance's right eye
NASA photos show a short horizon, with no stars, and suspicious "Sun shadows"
going the wrong way.
The Apollo missions do not show any photo of the Earth from the Moon surface.
No telescope was brought to the Moon. No photos of stars were made from the surface.
Stanley Kubrick advertises The Shining (1980) in his movie
Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
Tom Cruise walks up to a movie poster showing for The Shining
Analysis of Shining and Apollo signs
A 14 year old made a movie which is quite good
Clockwork Orange (1971)
Similar camera photo lighting to the Moon shots
Homeless man says "Men on the Moon, and men spinning around the earth,
and there's no attention being paid to law and order on the Earth!"
These words are approximations from the novel by Anthony Burgess.
Apollo astronauts were actually just spinning around in low Earth orbit.
Spot lights in the distance causing long, non-parallel shadows.
Night fight scene from A Clockwork Orange - looks like the Moon, with no stars
Stanley Kubrick wanted the film Eyes Wide Shut to be released
July 16, 1999 - the 30th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11
Cardington Studios in the UK
Images from How Stanley Kubrick made 2001: a space odyssey
How Stanley Kubrick made 2001: a space odyssey
Stanley Kubrick hired Douglas Rain as the voice of HAL in the movie 2001: a
space odyssey in 1968, after hearing his narration of this.
Universe (1960 documentary from Canada) narrated by Douglas Rain, voice of HAL