Saturday, September 22, 2007

Dark Mission Release Date Set

Feral House will Release "Dark Mission - The Secret History of NASA" By Mike Bara and Richard C. Hoagland to bookstores on October 9th, 2007. Copies of the book should begin to arrive in your local bookstore on or around that date. Previously, Dark Mission has been available only through pre-order at and other major online retailers. Dark Mission currently ranks as the #1 best seller in Amazon's "Astrophysics and Space Science" category.


  1. We'd love to do Larry King, Today, O'Reilly, John Stewart, any of those. But we have to get their attention first. We're working on it.


  2. It turns out that Cape Canaveral is tied to the history of Quebec City, so I was not out of my element on the topic - and believed I was giving him leading edge information that should thrill a journalist trying to wrap his head around NASA ritual.

    On the Jeruslaem-centered map, you can draw two lines 90* apart - one from CANAveral to the CANAda-US boundary and another from CanaVERAl to VERA Cruz in Mexico ... forming an L.

    Also, a cartographers plumb line can be drawn (using cartographers tools) between Quebec City and Cape Canaveral (aka French Cape).

    The only explanation of interest to RCH was that Canaveral means Reeds in some language (Spanish ?) and Osiris was God of the Reeds.

    The above story is not found in any book that I' aware of - it's something you do in the process of reproducing an Imperial map of the world from scratch - which was quite painstaking before computers.

    No interest. not even when I made maps with precision lines and showed that the Quebec City to Canaveral plumb line ran right through Independence Hall in Philadelphia.

    Nope. Lord of the Reeds.

    He doesn't care about NASA Naming Rituals.

    Of course he's "too busy"! I'm willing to bet that his book is under-written by Invisible Nazi-Blaming Powers That Be!

  3. Mars Revealer ....... there ain't no there, there. Everything Gary has ever posted has been a childish rationalization for personal sloth and decay. A bum with access to a computer.

  4. I was a little harsh there!

    I'm not trying to stifle debate.

  5. Stardust to study Tempel 1 in 2011.

    maybe they can get some better pictures of the buildings "deep impact" didn't knock down. :)


  6. It's not "genocide" to kill the enemy in battle.

    Both ends of the road were blocked, then the Great Americans slaughtered them.

    It's a War Crime even when it happens to Brown-Skinned folks.

  7. They invaded another country. We told them to get out. They refused. They died. Too bad for them.

  8. We told them to get out. They refused.

    They were leaving, then they were killed as they were leaving !

  9. Does the book address Venus at all?

  10. Happy Sputnik Day, Comrades!
    Oktober 4, 1957-2007
    50 glorious years in space.

  11. Fundementally, I don't agree that "electric universe" theories are more accurate. HDP explains everything you just brought up. You should submit an email question to George on Coast and we'll answer it on the air.

  12. Well, the Moon does seem to be in a really convienent location doesn't it? Yes, we've had these types of discussions, but they have to wait for another book, I think.

  13. Thanks for your reply Mike.

    Yes, it's location is very convenient and from the level of impact signatures it shows, it seems like it is perfectly located to take the brunt of the typical local bombardment of objects of times.

    It was always interesting to me that the currently largest known impact crater in the solar system, known as the Aiken Crater, occurred on the south polar back side of the Moon. ...And it is huge with other magnetic and crust based indicators of its magnitude.

    An ancient story has come up for me numerous times from the Celts about The Sword, The Shield, and The Harp

    Oddly it has demonstrated itself in a number of ways symbolically.

    We have heard of a person and Unit called SWORD, we have heard of a HAARP that plays a different tune, and we have seen evidence of a program to orbit Venus multiple ways to create what is called The SHIELD.

    My consideration, is to ponder whether the Moon while not necessarily 'artificial', may have been 'parked' nicely there in the deeper past, in it's abnormal scale of size, to serve as a shield of sorts for Earth.
    Does it not show, and has been reported I recall, a greater degree of bombardment signature than most of the other 'bodies'? Earth may heal over fairly quickly but the others sure don't.

    This is pure speculation, I know.
    Recently I saw a reference to an ancient document whereby it was recorded that the Moon as we know it wasn't always there and had appeared in fairly recent timescale.

    I bring this up in, light of the growing indicators of the Saturnian Moon Iapetus being principally an artificial body. Credit to Richard Hoagland-The Moon With A View.

    There are just many intelligent factors involved with our Moon. (Don't even get me started about the mini Earth moon 3753 Cruithne. !! ;) Talk about a moon with a view. Again stable yet not necessarily 'permanent'.)
    Some of this starts to touch closer onto the principals of Hyper Dimensional Physics as Richard and co. like to call it.

    So nicely how it all worked for Lagrange , making a nice three body problem-so Balanced hmmm

    Any thoughts to share Mike?

  14. True, it is possible that the moon is a bit vacuum cleaner for some stray bullets - however as the Earth is a much larger body, wouldn't it be a more likely attractive force? You must excuse my limited understanding of astro-physics...

    The moon quite clearly has an effect on our weather - though meteorologists clearly prefer to stay blind to that. So what would happen to our weather if the moon wasn't there?

    But I think that the effect that the moon's gravity and its light have on the Earth's inhabitants to be a more fascinating reason as to its being there, and perhaps where we and everything on this planet came from...if the moon wasn't in fact there all along :)

    I wonder - was the moon in the Earth's orbit before or after the the 'splosion of the planet that is is now the asteriod belt? If it was after (or beforehand, in anticipation) then it makes me wonder how many of Earths creatures are from either the exploded planet, or Mars, or both, and are - not so much a zoo, but a refuge?

    A lot of the creatures on Earth today would be buggered if the moon didn't fact it seems they evolved under a moon. But if the moon was put in the Earth's orbit, how long does it take to get the genetic knowledge of "working with the moon"? Is it possible that everything, or almost everything, came from an older biological system - perhaps a planet which had Mars for a moon - or perhaps even from Mars.

    The only issue with our biological history coming from Mars itself is rotation. I know that the moon is always facing the Earth. Is that anomalous or a common thing to occur with moon/earth like combo's?
    Would Mars have always faced the same side to the now exploded planet? Perhaps it's indeterminable, however I would assume that Mars would be misshaped if it did.

    No idea.

  15. Oops...combined some paragraphs in editing :)...meant to just say:

    But I think that the effect that the moon's gravity and its light have on the Earth's inhabitants to be a more fascinating reason as to its being there.

    The rest was a paragraph I was deleting...I don't think we originated from the moon :)

    However - it would be a good transport ship :)

  16. The Tidal Model by Richard and Mike proves Mars was a MOON of an exploded planet hypohtesis VanFlandern has proved.

    Also a post to get the 33rd spot :)


  17. I know of the tidal model - though I read a long time - need to re-read.

    My long winded (as per usual) blog was actually to do with the biological life forms on Earth who appear to have 'evolved' under a moon (for navigation etc) - which asks many questions.

    1- how long does it take a biological system to genetically evolve to live, and work with, 'a moon.'

    2- if the answer (though perhaps not 100% knowable answer) is 'longer than our moon has been in the Earth's orbit' then how many of those biological entities came from elsewhere?

    3- As Mars, and the planet to which it was a moon of, could theoretically both sustain biological systems, it fascinates me that Earth could now be home to species from either Mars, or the now shattered 'other world.'

    4- So how would the combined 'moon' Mars and its planet's biological system work? How separate, in terms of its fauna and flora, would they have been? Would it have been much like on Earth today where hundreds of years of contamination though transportation have given some countries biological representation of most of the whole planet!

    It would be theoretically possible then to say that perhaps Earth's xeno-biology may have only come from one of the two bodies, say Mars, during the lead up to the catastrophe (how ever long that may, or may not have been) as opposed to both - so Earth might be home to primarily the 'Mars variety of species.'

    Just thinking. :)


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