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Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA, Enlarged and Revised Edition by [Hoagland, Richard C., Bara, Mike]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 634 pages
  • Publisher: Feral House; Revised edition (1 Sept. 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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This book is a must, you will enjoy every bit of it. If you are interested in the mysteries of Mars and the moon, the doings and undoings of NASA, the origin of the Anunnaki, please purchase it and read it.
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I was troubled because, despite the dozens of colour and black&white photos in this book, I needed a heavy dose of imagination to see what the authors claimed to recognise in them. Hoagland is not a scientist, as some biographies claim; the book wasn't particularly well written; and far-out assumptions and conspiracy theories abound.

Why then do I give the book 5 stars?! Mainly because of the almost fantastic facts set out in Chapter 5 which alone is worth the price of this book.

That the authors were able to associate various NASA motifs with ritual beliefs of ancient Egypt and/or Freemasons is interesting. That they connect some very senior people originally in charge of the U.S. space programme directly to Nazi/occult backgrounds is frightening, especially if you consider the implications. Most fascinating is the number of times they are able to link the timing of mission launches or landings to

1) Freemason ritual dates such as April 20* (Hitler's birthday) or July 20 (ancient Egypt's new year and also the day of Freemason Buzz Aldrin's 'ceremony' on the Moon - mentioned in his autobiography); [returning note: many US tragedies are on April 19 or 20: Waco siege - April 19, Oklahoma City bombing - April 19, Columbine - April 20, and the oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico exploded on 20 April 2010] or

2) precisely when specific stars are at 33 degrees (or 19.5/19.471 degrees - the sine of which is .3333); as well as

the frequency with which the number 33 crops up in products and places named/occupied by NASA or corporations linked to NASA. (Apparently 33 means complete, or finished.
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The science gets a little too deep and long for me at times personally so I skipped a couple chapters. But highly recommended for anyone interested in the source material. Not something you can just skim through its a serious book.
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Fascinating stuff. The amount of detail and research that has gone into this book is amazing. If even a quarter of what is wrote in the book is true then serious questions need to be answered but I'm sure they are not likely to be forthcoming. It can be a bit tough going in places but it is well worth persevering as it will make you think and want to question many things. Chapter 3 alone for me was worth the price of the book as I found the piece surrounding JFK very intriguing and if true and they are prepared to go to those lengths then what else could they be keeping from the public?
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Firstly let me say, I am an open minded sceptic, an aviation engineer, and have researched NASA, Apollo, SS, and many other engineering anomolies in numerous books. I have no contractual or financial connection with any of the authors or departments.

I have to say that the 'points of view' presented in Dark Mission were IMO largely erroneous. The 'smoking gun' photgraphs presented for evidence could not have been less so. Scratchy grainy BnW photos interpreteded as massive glass structures on the moon, or piles of rubble described as mechanical artifacts, layers of geological sediment described as hundreds of buildings and ruins, all unconvincing. Also being told on page 30 that ' Only a small proportion of humans can rotate 2D images in their brains to see 3D structures' was condescending. I was not only disappointed in the content I was also quite annoyed that, possible masonic connections aside, so little technical data was supplied, lack of legal documentation, and very little real historical evidence.
Having sinced viewed the author Mr Hoagland on U-tube it is clear that he is an 'intellegent' man, but sorry, from my perspective this read is not recommended.
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Thought provoking and slightly disturbing if the authors are correct in their conclusions. The theories and evidence offered to back them up are in part fascinating, very intriguing and sometimes compelling. It cannot be random chance that so many NASA photo's were lost to further scrutiny all by 'accidental' means at crucial times. Or that satellite imagery and whole unmanned missions continue to fail at critical points when their successful operation could reveal factual confirmation of the author's conclusions.
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Most publishers, on receiving the ms of this wretched book, would have diverted it to the round file immediately. Apparently, Adam Parfrey, the publisher of "Dark Mission" doesn't have the education to understand that he's published 600 pages of garbage (and not once but twice, since this is the second edition and none of the factual errors in the first edition have been corrected -- neither have most of the typos).

Here's a sampler of the Hoagland, Bara and Parfrey FAILBLOG:

p. 58. "[NASA] was quietly founded as a direct adjunct to the Department of Defense..." Nonsense. The relationship between NASA and DoD is contractual only. "Quietly"? What kind of noise did Hoagland expect?

p.91. The authors claim that the following features are at, "or very near," a latitude of 19.5°: The Great Dark Spot of Neptune, The Great Red Spot of Jupiter, The erupting volcanoes of Io, Olympus Mons on Mars, and Mauna Kea. Of those, Mauna Kea is the only one at 19.5°. Latitude FAIL.

pp. 156-157, 383-387. On these pages the authors make breathtakingly ridiculous assertions that three failed Mars missions of the 1990s were deliberately sabotaged (either by NASA or by a "powerful cabal") to prevent them from returning high-resolution photography which would inevitably confirm the existence of ancient civilizations.

Mars Observer (1993)
Mars Polar Lander (1999)
Mars Climate Orbiter (1999)

James Oberg has exposed these allegations as utterly false in a Space Review article.

p. 163 The "Brookings Report" recommended suppressing evidence of extraterrestrial civilisation. It did not.

p.232 and color Fig 12.
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