Astronaut Neil Armstrong Passes

Neil Armstrong dies along with secrets of what he saw on moon  
Examiner - August 25, 2012

Debunking myths about Neil Armstrong   MSNBC - August 25, 2012

The passing of astronaut Neil Armstrong brings to mind conspiracy theories about what he and his team saw on the moon. Speculation goes from alien and human bases to other monuments and UFOs. The knowing that something greater is out there which will explain humanity's origins is the driving force now. Something is stirring our memories of past explorations to planet Earth and where it is all going, but rest assured, we are going way beyond the moon and the stars and all that we believe is our universe. With December 21, 2012 less than four months away, people assume that is the date, but time is the illusion, the Trickster who sends you in one direction to avoid what is hidden in plain sight. The program is closing, so all we can do as projections in the illusion is watch and wait.

August 5, 1930 - August 25, 2012

Neil Armstrong

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Neil Alden Armstrong was a former American astronaut, test pilot, university professor, and United States Naval Aviator. He was the first person to set foot on the Moon as mission commander of the Apollo 11 moon landing mission on July 20, 1969. Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin spent 2.5 hours exploring the lunar surface while Michael Collins orbited.

I think we're going to the moon because it's in the nature of the human being to face challenges.

It's by the nature of his deep inner soul... we're required to do these things just as salmon swim upstream.

Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man's desire to understand.

Houston, Tranquillity Base here. The Eagle has landed.

That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.

Science has not yet mastered prophecy. We predict too much for the next year and yet far too little for the next 10.

It suddenly struck me that that tiny pea, pretty and blue, was the Earth.

I didn't feel like a giant. I felt very, very small.

It's a brilliant surface in that sunlight.

The horizon seems quite close to you because the curvature is so much more

pronounced than here on earth. It's an interesting place to be. I recommend it.

Neil Armstrong Quotes

Space: The Final Frontier

Dying is scary... but living can be scarier.

It's all a consciousness grid experience.

August 25, 2012 -- A new client pattern has emerged - male clients dying of cancer who come for a ">reading. In the past seriously ill or terminal patients rarely had readings - so I have to wonder -- what has changed in the consciousness of the human equation? For one thing, people are far more open to learning about life after death which can turn into a discussion about reality and the hologram. They also ask about deceased loved ones who might be waiting to take them over or just to connect with them as a catharsis. Then there is the matter of what route they should take in terms of treatment and remission, should that happen. There's lots to discuss. At the end of the day, all of the men, and others who are in remission, come away with a game plan and greater understanding about their lives and destinies. No one seems afraid of dying. It's the pain and suffering that comes with cancer that they fear most. Some will accept treatment, others refuse depending on the life quality after all is said and done.

Phyllis Diller died on August 20, 2012.
In 1999 she died three times following a heart attack.
"I saw no white light at the end of a tunnel.
I know what it feels like to die. You just go."

When two people who were very close,
die within a short period of each other,
are their souls quantumly entangled?