“As it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be at the coming of the Son of Man.” Matthew 24:37
The pre-flood world was a highly advanced civilisation, whereby transhumanism was commonplace. There were cyborgs, bionics, hybrids — both terrestrial and aquatic — and aircrafts, submarines and spacecrafts that were far more sophisticated than those we have been availed in this world. That is not to say the technology is not available, they simply choose to feed it to us in small doses. During that time, there were missions to the moon, and commercial space flights to transport average joes to it; where they had built a huge airport, complete with a hotel; and houses, research centres, hospital, bank, temples, cemetery, gold mines and eductional centres for those who lived there permanently.
The pilots were cyborgs, who controlled aircrafts and spacecrafts with their minds. They had tubes connected to their mouths and their eyes and to the centre point of their heads. The tubes were flying devices and were attached to the neurons of their minds, which would send out a particle ray that would operate computers that would lift the spacecraft or aircraft into the air (see Transhumanism and Cyborgism), and those willing to make the trip were encouraged to submit to operations whereby they were fitted with computer chips and other devices, effectively turning them into transhumans, in order to be able to survive on the moon without the cumbersome spacesuits astronauts wear.
The expeditions to the moon involved mining for gold — they used this precious metal to generate heat and electricity in the buildings on the moon, and to fuel their spacecrafts (there is so much gold on the moon, it amounts to mountains).
And they carried water from Earth and recycled it for use by those who lived there.
The 2013 futuristic film Oblivion gives us an insight of how commercial space travel will become accessible in the near future. The movie is set in the year 2077, sixty years after earth has become uninhabitable after an ‘alien invasion’ (see Aliens are Demons!), and only a handful of people left on the planet, with other survivors having since relocated to a fictional planet called Titan — suggestive of the Illuminati’s ambition to get mankind to live on other planets other than the one Yahweh gave us as our home.
The film also promotes cryonics, which is a ridiculous theory; after the soul and spirit leave the body, they cannot return (see The Body, the Soul and the Spirit and Where do we go when we die?). And the only way these bodies can achieve locomotion is through a Satanic ritual to enable demons to possess them.
Oblivion is a story of humans struggling to survive in an environment controlled by technology, which is fast becoming a reality.
Remnants of pre-flood missions to the moon have been captured on film, despite elaborate efforts to cover up the facts:
One of the photographs taken by the Cassiopeia probe on the so-called dark side of the moon. The photo reveals a structure in the Schroedinger crater near the southern lunar polar region.
The photographs are indistinct, due in part to the orbital distance of the probe and interference from ionised moon dust hanging in clouds above the crater floor, but a regular shape — clearly shaped like the swastika — can be discerned in them, located slightly to the side of a circular crater approximately 1.5 kilometres in diameter, itself situated inside a larger, irregular depression.
Below are images of the last pre-flood spacecraft to fly to the moon, before the earth was destroyed:
The spacecraft was huge, and able to carry hundreds of passengers:
The mystery continues with the statement of William Rutledge, a retired former NASA employee:
Mr. William Rutledge (retired) claims he was on a special NASA mission and involved with NASA in the late 1970s.
Rutledge claims to have worked on at least two missions to the Moon, including the failed Apollo 19, and the Apollo 20, which he says was launched in August of 1976 from Vandenberg Air Force Base.
Both of these missions, according to Rutledge, were ‘secret joint space missions’ resulting from collaborations between U.S. and Soviet governments. They do not appear on any roster of NASA missions.
Forays into space are simply attempts at seeking and communicating with fallen angels.