Did Artemis 1 head to the Moon (or fall into the Atlantic Ocean for recovery)?

Humans live in a world where many of the things we believe are real are not. Whether it’s make-believe missions to the Moon, fake wars to steal money from the public, fake nuclear weapons, fake viruses used to shut down the world to convince the masses that the only way to get back to normal is to take a death shot — the same liars keep lying to us — the gullible public.

If you or I question the lies of well-known and established liars, you and I are labeled as conspiracy theorists and made to feel uncomfortable by others.

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Artemis 1 Launch to the Moon?
Rarely seen Photos of Rocket Systems Recovery

From the comment boards:

“If you really believe you leave Earth and head in a straight line to the Moon, you should NOT be allowed outside without a legal guardian.”


“If you really believe Artemis 1 left the Earth on its way to the Moon traveling horizontally and it didn’t fall into the ocean where it was retrieved by a ship, you are delusional.”


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2 thoughts on “Did Artemis 1 head to the Moon (or fall into the Atlantic Ocean for recovery)?

  1. lhakes12 November 18, 2022 / 12:35 pm

    That all looks a little suspicious to me, John!

    And this following post from Apollo Moon Landing Hoax makes things sound a little suspicious to me as well:

    “I saw the US is planning to send people back to the moon by 2035. Why is it taking them 13 years to do this, when in 1962 they said the same thing and it only took them 7 years to get there?”

    Is it just me, but I thought that technology had advanced?
    Lets make that A LOT suspicious! 😂


    • Dr. John Reizer November 18, 2022 / 12:55 pm

      Yes, Lisa, it’s nothing short of fantasy when we speak of NASA. Artemis 2 will allegedly take a crew of astronauts to orbit the Moon in two years, and Artemis 3 will allegedly land a crew of astronauts two years later, barring delays.

      It’s all fake, Lisa. They are not going anywhere near the Moon? 🤣


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