Aliens & Astronauts, or Something Like That

DATELINE: Old Horizons

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A streaming Amazon documentary of sorts has two titles: good luck in figuring out which is the right one. Aliens and Astronauts: UFOs on the Moon is one choice, and the other is Alien Origins: UFOs on the Moon.

If this strikes you as a good emblematic statement about the film’s contents, you are on the money, unlike its producer, director, writer, and narrator who are all one person, named J. Michael Long.

Long is an expert director on Bigfoot and space aliens. Lately he has even branched out to Elephants & Donkeys, on the political crisis in America. Alas, he speaks like a non-native, mispronouncing dozens of words (even simple ones). It also adds to the aura of inauthenticity.

We’d be the last ones to call a documentary fake news, but we think the “fictional hypothesis” of the Moon being hollow is hardly fiction.

What do you call people who eat this up? Moonstruck or Lunatics?

The film tries every angle to convince us the Moon is hollow. It even begs the question of the question, which is penurious.

Nicely developed with good visuals, the film does raise the legit question of why we haven’t returned to the Moon in 40 years: someone doesn’t want us there? Hmm, yes, if the Moon is an artificial satellite brought here from another galaxy to help colonize the planet with Atlantis residents.

Oh, it all ties together. Director Long even suggests the Moon has only been out there for 11,000 years, which means the Sphinx may be older than the Moon. There must not have been much night-time construction, without moonlight. Long tells us in long-hand that the Moon is older than the Earth, by quite a bit, having machinery inside that brought it here.

Long is short on logic but heavy on repetition. Conspiracy theory addicts will find this stuff is catnip. Meow.

 

 

 

 

New World Order & Ancient Aliens

DATELINE:  No, Not the TV Series

Marrs Late Great Jim Marrs!

As a special TV documentary made in 2017, this little film directed by Jay Michael Long has nothing to do with the TV series on History. It is indeed titled Ancient Aliens and the New World Order, but don’t be fooled.

This was the last project of Jim Marrs, the conspiracy aficionado whose reach exceeded the number of government plots he seemed privy to. He looks like Santa Claus in a Fedora.

Marrs started out as a Texan in Dallas when Kennedy was killed in 1963, and he parlayed that into a career of books and TV appearances on a plethora of theories about the secret world of powerbrokers.

So, this talking head documentary may have been his last, but he wanted to go out with thunder. He covered a bunch of notions, from dismissing global warming and noting it was solar system warming:  Nibiru’s orbit is heating up every frozen area from Saturn to Mars and around the sun.

He also wanted to trace a bloodline of hybrid aliens who have controlled the Earth since Sumerian culture.

He carefully traced the genes of United States Presidents, down to Obama, as all coming from the same ruling class. He found nearly every president was slightly more than six degrees closer than any other.

His final blast has to do with the banking and financial control of media, information, and manipulation of the minor inhabitants of the planet. He contends there are about 50 corporations that own everything—and they withhold whatever they want to keep people in subjugation. The news is controlled. Your health and diet are controlled.

It is a powder-keg of conspiracy theories. It’s not much on film impact, being mostly Marrs with a few background images, yet you may be entranced if not appalled by his information.