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Who Built the Moon?

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Who Built the Moon? is a book by Christopher Knight and Alan Butler. It is a collection of incredible coincidental facts about the moon and other astronomical and planetary proportions, which leads the authors to believe that at some point in the future humanity travelled back in time 4.6 billion years to artificially construct the moon. This knowledge is apparently known to the freemasons.

Crank "insights" seldom come lonely; the same authors also wrote books on New World Order because there are statues in Washington D.C.

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