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During a Lunar Eclipse, Francois Arago (astronomer/ mathematician and director of the Paris observatory) saw a group of “flying ovals” cross the darkened moon’s face.

Lunar High Strangeness

Illustration of "Flying Ovals" seen by Francois Arago in 1820.

Illustration of "Flying Ovals" seen by Francois Arago in 1820.

Francois Arago

Francois Arago

September 7, 1820 France, Embrun – During a Lunar Eclipse, Francois Arago (astronomer/ mathematician and director of the Paris observatory) saw a group of “flying ovals” cross the darkened moon’s face. The objects were luminous, and moving at great speed. Francois Arago wrote of this date in the ‘Annales de chimie et de physique’: “Numerous observers have seen, during an eclipse of the moon, strange objects moving in straight lines. They were equally spaced and remained in line when they made turns. Their movements made a military precision.” Source: Otto Binder reports. (Authenticated by Jacques Vallee)

Illustration of bright dots seen on the moon crater Plato in 1877.

Illustration of bright dots seen on the moon crater Plato in 1877.

In 1877, bright dots/lights were observed converging on the crater Plato. In addition, two steaks of medium intensity light were recorded on June 14, 1940, in the crater Plato, a location where reports of lights have numbered in the thousands. Source: Otto Binder Reports/Jim Marrs Alien Agenda

Illustration of object seen by Dr. Frank Halstead.

Illustration of object seen by Dr. Frank Halstead.

Dr. Frank Halstead, (curator of the Darling Observatory in Duluth, Minnesota) described an object he and his assistant observed through a telescope on July 6, 1954. It looked like a “straight black line” on the floor of the crater Piccolomini, where no such line had been noted before. It has not been seen since. Halstead later stated that “many professional astronomers are convinced that saucers are interplanetary machines.” Source – Timothy Good Alien Base

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Michael Schratt (military aerospace historian) has lectured across the country on the subject of "Mystery Aircraft", and classified propulsion systems buried deep within the military industrial complex. A recent guest speaker at the “OSHKOSH” AirVenture 2006/2007 event, (the world’s largest air show), Michael has developed a number of contacts who have had first hand experience dealing with classified “black programs”, including former USAF pilots, retired Naval personnel and aerospace engineers who have maintained a TOP SECRET Q “MAJIC” clearance. A private pilot and military aerospace historian, he currently works as an aerospace draftsman/researcher near Tempe AZ.