Apollo missions ended because of aliens
William Tompkins, a prominent aerospace designer who worked for NASA during the Apollo era, has published his autobiography in which he talks about the true intent behind the Apollo missions.
William Tompkins, a noted aerospace designer who worked for NASA\’s main corporate contractor during the Apollo era, recently published his autobiography in which he discusses the true intentions behind the Apollo missions and how he was forced to shut down for a a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ encounter.
He mentioned how he worked at NASA for 12 years, from 1967 to 1971, working with Dr. Hurt H. Debus, the first director of NASA\’s Launch Operations Center (later renamed Kennedy Space Center).
He explained what he called the NOVA program, which was designed to help them establish colonies on other planets and populate them with military forces.
First step done: reach the moon through the Apollo program.
The second step was to settle 10,000 people on the moon, a plan that William Tompkins claims to have helped devise.
The third step is to move to Mars and other planets and develop military power on all the planets we know of.
Step four, place manned naval bases in 12 contiguous systems, thus having collective power in case of imminent war.
The problem is that everything stops at step two, because after reaching the moon, they meet a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s with much more advanced technology than we thought.
Upon learning of this, the NOVA program was canceled entirely, and any attempts to colonize other planets immediately ceased to exist.