Black Monks, the Moon CONSPIRACY and the Origin of Mankind

In his book Letters from Andromeda, contactee Alex Collier details the conversations he had with telepathic extraterrestrial beings from the Andromeda galaxy. One of them was called Moraney and originated from a star system in a constellation he called Zenetae.

An ancient being, Moraney was able to convey valuable information to Collier, and it painted a picture very different to what history teaches us about Earth’s past. The Andromedan also revealed that our present is governed by lies and deceit and the general population knows little to nothing about what is really going on in our Solar System.

One of the most interesting of Moraney’s disclosures relates to the origin of mankind and involves the existence of a secret base on the Moon.

Moon base

He also mentioned that Earth’s satellite didn’t initially form in the solar system but was transported here millions of years years ago. It was used as a transport ship that carried reptilians, human-reptilian hybrids and the first humans to set foot on Earth.

The Moon, as Moraney telepathically told Collier, originated in a star system located 432 light years from Earth, in the constellation Ursa Minor. Called “CHOWTA” by the Andromedans, this binary star system is enormous, holding 21 planets and four dozen moons. The moon we now call our own once orbited the 17th planet in the Chowta system. It was called Maldek and was destroyed in an ancient war between a human alliance and tyrannic Grey aliens from the Orion Empire.

The Andromedans revealed to Collier that the Moon is 6,2 billion years old. This means it is older than our Solar System and couldn’t have possibly begun its existence here.

Conspiracy theories regularly mention the presence of unknown compounds and chemicals on the lunar surface and that their discovery was withheld from the public. Moraney’s telepathic transmissions have led Collier into believing the same.

But if the Moon is an outsider, how was it brought here?

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Ragnar Larsen

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