Did astronauts from the Apollo 11 mission to the moon extraterrestrials? Secret government documents indicate so…

I guess every once in your life, looking at the sky, you asked yourself the question: are we alone in the universe? For years, we have been exploring the cosmos and trying to unveil the answer to that question, but perhaps this issue has long been resolved, but the truth of it is hidden.

The Apollo 11 space mission completed the first landing on the moon in 1969. It is a landmark event in the history of the world. We all know what Neil Armstrong uttered: “This is one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Many people, however, have doubt as to the course of this mission. Some undermine it completely, and others point to the evidence of what actually happened on the moon, which could have been a meeting with the UFO.


Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin broadcast live what happened during the landing and the visit to the moon. The transmission occurred with an interference of connectivity allegedly because of an overheating of their chamber and we lost contact with the cosmonauts for 2 minutes. It is suspected, however, that the recordings were purposely edited to omit this passage and lie to the public about what they saw.

The crew members of the Apollo 11 were: Neil Armstrong as Commander, Buzz Aldrin as Landing Module Pilot and Michael Collins as the Command Module Pilot.

It was during this 2 minute radio silence that Armstrong was to inform his base, Houston, that on the surface of the moon at the crater are some unidentified beings. The officially transmitted message concluded in finding light. In the seventies, a former NASA specialist, Maurice Chatelain, talked about it. The thesis about Americans meeting aliens in July 1969 was also strongly propelled by the Russians.

The human landing on the moon nearly 50 years ago strikes controversies still.

You can find pictures of it on the next page.