Book Review

Book Review: Digital Moon: An Extraterrestrial Experience

Book Review: Digital Moon: An Extraterrestrial Experience by Bret C. Sheppard

The Moon is not just a moon, it has bases, interstellar ships, and whatever you think is impossible. Oh, it reminds me of the manipulated moon images of NASA, hidden mythological figures in lunar photographs, secret space programs, humanoids on Earth, and Out of Body Experience. Does it feel like sci-fi?

I was damn sure that Bret C. Sheppard’s “Digital Moon” was worth reading. As the name suggests, there is something interesting waiting to be known to humanity. Bret is completely aware that he had seen some lunar images in colour before they were published, thanks to his photographic memory – “the fact reminds that I am seeing these works of art in NASA space images now, and I was shown these same works in the past”. He insists that extraterrestrials exist and has been communicating with him via telepathy. The artistic ability of him reveals that lunar photographs consist of mythological figures from Greek, Rome.

“If someone sees more than what they are supposed to in an image, would we comfortably say they are just nuts, praise their creativity, or perhaps ask what it means?”

The author not only explains a phenomenon but also shares his experience related to it. He says he was once taken to the Moon and had a chance to meet the moonlings – “extraterrestrials are friendly”. He then adds some incredible tales of other encounters in this book. Moreover, Bret is sure that the Apollo images had been modified for the public. He first starts with the perception of the human eye, the ability to recognize various shapes and lines without a previous context in artists are highly active. Generally, the left and the right side of the brain juggle perception to make out shapes that are previously seen. It is strange that one can actually control the behaviour of a person by simply placing an electrode in the lateral hypothalamus. Sheppard bravely states that the original images of the moon were different from the ones that had been uploaded, these images had blackened background. Is it because they didn’t want us to know the ancient ruins on moon?

If you still believe that this planet belongs to only humans, no, change your decision. This book points out the various “creatures” or call it extraterrestrials from different planets millions of light years away.

” The ubiquitous “aliens,”

he insists, are at the heart of the federal UFO cover-up, visitors from a

civilization “a few million, or even a few billion years older than we

are.”

~ Edgar Mitchell, Apollo 14 Astronaut. ~

However, Bret has put some effort to contact a few abductees to share their experience which adds a credit to the book.

I must say that sceptics must work harder to prove a phenomenon wrong as the evidence is getting stronger and Bret C. Sheppard’s “Digital Moon” has set an example for this.

5 thoughts on “Book Review: Digital Moon: An Extraterrestrial Experience

  1. I have read ‘Digital Moon’ and found it well written, illuminating and mind expanding. Lewis

  2. Thank you for the good writeup. It in fact used to be a entertainment account it. Glance complicated to far brought agreeable from you! By the way, how can we keep up a correspondence?

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