Date of discovery: May 2016
Location of discovery: Earths Moon
Source photo 1: http://history.nasa.gov/ap08fj/photos/18-g/hr/as08-18-2908hr.jpg
Source photo 2: http://history.nasa.gov/ap08fj/photos/18-g/hr/as08-18-2907hr.jpg
This is what happens when you get too close to Earths moon. This is a giant opening into our moon. On the far left side of it you see a wall that rises several miles. What happened here is that the camera was so close to the moon that the holographic cloak now had glitches. What I mean is that cameras usually take photos according to its shutter speed. This speed can be changed, but todays cameras can take speed of up to 1/1000 sec. Other photos show it gone. So this glitch in their cloak was so fast that the human eye could not even notice it, but technology did, and it recorded it too. So this old Apollo 8 camera probably had a speed of only 1/200 sec or so, but that was enough to record the glitch (true view of this opening) in our moon. Its there, we can see from the detail that this is not a mistake, but its really built into the moons surface. This is excellent proof that the moon is an artificial structure.
One day, when the Earth is about to be destroyed, the moon will leave to save itself. That is how we will know the end is near.
Scott C. Waring