‘Alien base on Moon bigger than Empire State to erase all doubt’ of UFO scepticism
A HUGE structure found on the Moon will “erase all doubt” that aliens are using the lunar satellite as a permanent base, conspiracy theorists are bizarrely claiming.
What appears to look like a massive building is, according to UFO hunters, undoubtable evidence of intelligent aliens within our solar system. The massive structure-like object is supposedly as big as the Empire State Building, but stretching three miles across the ground inside a massive crater. Alien hunting YouTube channel UFOSAboveUs was the first to spot the lunar anomaly, and quickly uploaded the video.
The video has since gone viral, and sent the alien hunting community into a frenzy, with some claiming it is concrete proof that there is an intelligent alien race living within the solar system.
Prominent conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring said that the images will “erase all doubt” from anyones mind regarding the prospect of extraterrestrials.
He added on the ET Database: “Here is a alien obelisk structure at the centre of a crater on Earths moon. The structure is amazingly beautiful and highly detailed.
“It has a tall square base its built upon and it can easily be compared to the Empire State Building in New York City. However this structure is over 3 miles tall.
“Absolutely amazing isn’t it?”
This is by far not the first time a mysterious structure has been found on the lunar surface.
Some conspiracy theorists claims the Moon could be occupied by aliens and that is the reason NASA has not returned since the Apollo missions ended in the 1970s.
They suspect findings such as this pyramid and other anomalies could be monuments built by an ancient alien civilisation similar to the pyramids and other structures on Earth.
However, sceptics and even NASA itself say the pyramid and other similar findings are just the effects of pareidolia – a psychological phenomenon when the brain tricks the eyes into seeing familiar objects or shapes in patterns or textures such as a rock surface.