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Digital Moon
 

An Extraterrestrial Experience

Authored by Bret Colin Sheppard
Edition: 2

This is the Black and White interior version of "Digital Moon".

Bret Colin Sheppard was born in Gary Indiana on September 17, 1966. He has been through an extraordinary amount of childhood trauma, and early ET abduction by benevolent ET's helping him through his trauma. During his childhood he was taught esoteric knowledge from various books given to him by members of his mothers friends and cult members of various organizations. He was groomed as an artist by a beautiful Nordic woman named "INO" who worked at the time as a caricature artist for Playboy magazine. She taught him all about perception, and how to draw what he sees in nature.

Bret Colin Sheppard experienced a time anomaly where his anomaly finds from the future were shown to him in art class at his high school. Who ever did this time mission also knew that Bret has a photographic memory. Years later, he feels compelled to pursue looking for anomalies in NASA images of the moon and Mars. He is known in the anomaly community for some of his finds, the Lunar Acropolis, the "Jupiter 2 UFO on Mars" and the Lion of Cydonia. Bret is writing his book on his anomaly finds, plus what he found deconstructing the manipulation of photos from space by our space agencies. His current book is called "Flyover Tsiolkovsky Crater" about the base on the moon seen by Ken Johnston Sr, NASA Whistle blower. His new book is "Digital Moon" published in August of 2017, is about the processes of CGI and other methods used by NASA to obfuscate anomalies, plus Bret's extraordinary journey as an experiencer, shown the future at 15 years of age by an agency operative of the government. He went on to found the "Lunar Anomaly Research Society" to reveal what he has discovered in Lunar images.


Publication Date:
2017-08-14
ISBN/EAN13:
1974592626 / 9781974592623
Page Count:
400
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8" x 10"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Art / Study & Teaching




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