This photo below shows famous Hollywood movie director Stanley Kubrick meeting with NASA officials. If you don’t know, Stanley Kubrick was probably the most powerful movie director and Hollywood player of all time — right up there with Steven Spielberg and the like.
Kubrick directed the science fiction movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. The movie was finished and released in 1968, which means that they had been filming and preparing the film for years before 1968, as Kubrick was known to take a long time with his films due to his meticulous nature and attention to detail.
The supposed Apollo 11 Moon landing was on July 20th 1969, which was not long after the release of Kubrick’s movie. This is strong circumstantial evidence that the filming of “2001” was partly used as a beta-test to design and perfect the special effects and illusions that would be used to fake the Apollo Moon landing.
So after he was finished with Hollywood’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, Stanley Kubrick was the “director” of the NASA’s fake moon landing. Those in charge at NASA had become familiar with his tremendous talent has a filmmaker — his previous movies before 2001 included Paths of Glory, Spartacus and Dr. Strangelove — and so they commissioned him to make “2001” in 1968, and then fake the moon landing in 1969.
In exchange for directing the moon landing hoax, Kubrick was probably promised all the money he could ever need, and all the power in Hollywood that he could ever want. And this is evidenced by the fact that he was basically given free reign by the studios to make any kind of movie that he wanted, take as long as he wanted, and say anything he wanted (until “Eyes Wide Shut”, that is, for which Kubrick may have been murdered, but that’s another story).
He only directed 12 major movies over his career, and he was well known to be insanely meticulous with each and every shot, which meant that his films usually took a long time to complete and were never finished on schedule. Kubrick was given complete control over his movies, which is not usually the case for movie directors, as the powerful studios usually wield the power.
Another corollary to this story is that Kubrick’s movie The Shining was basically a very cleverly veiled admission to the world that he had directed the Apollo 11 fake moon landing. There are tons of clues in the movie that amount to Kubrick telling the audience that he was involved. It’s a long story in itself, but Stephen King, who wrote the book that the movie was based on, disowned Kubrick’s movie version because it was so far removed from the King’s book version. Again, Kubrick was given power to do and say just about anything that he wanted, and so he was able to use The Shining — which was ostensibly supposed to be nothing but a horror film — as one big metaphor for his Apollo 11 experiences.
Hollywood and NASA are basically the same organization whose purpose is to produce tons and tons of propaganda promoting the myth that the Earth is a globe. I’ll probably say it many times on this blog, but it is a fact that you/we have never in our whole lives seen a single shred of evidence — that is non-Hollywood or non-NASA — that proves that the Earth is a globe/ball. Not one scientific experiment has ever proved that the Earth is a sphere. Everything we have ever seen or ever will see from Hollywood or NASA are artist’s renditions, faked/staged productions, or computer generated images. All else — from Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, Einstein, etc. — is simply theory, and that’s all.
Those pictured with Kubrick in the above photo are:
Frederick Ira Ordway III (April 4, 1927 – July 1, 2014), an American space scientist and author of visionary books on spaceflight. He was a scientific consultant, and part of the production team of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Deke Slayton was an American World War II pilot, aeronautical engineer, test pilot who was selected as one of the original NASA Mercury Seven astronauts, and became NASA’s first Chief of the Astronaut Office.
Sir Arthur Charles Clarke was a British science fiction writer, science writer and futurist, inventor, undersea explorer, and television series host. He is perhaps most famous for being co-writer of the screenplay for 2001: A Space Odyssey.
George Edwin Mueller was Associate Administrator of the NASA Office of Manned Space Flight from September 1963 until December 1969. He was hailed as one of NASA’s “most brilliant and fearless managers.”