Sehr gute Ausgrabung, @NavigatorS53
, die Keshis haben nämlich alle ein verdammt kurzes Gedächtnis.
Hier etwas von 2009, @Keshianer
überprüf doch bitte mal, was davon realisiert wurde.
Announcing Space and Moon Flights
On Jul 17, 2009, M.T. Keshe wrote
...In the next few days we will announce the first lift and flight presentation of the system for public. These presentations will be held in one city in each continent over 5 month.
The First Presentation: you can attend the first magnetic and gravitational field force (Magravs) lift demonstration of these systems and may be you would be able to participate in these presentations personally.
The first "Bright lights in the sky"presentation for the lift and the flight capability of these systems will be held somewhere in Asia on 21.3. 2010. Number of seats for each presentation will be about 10 000 seats per city.
Early next week (the week of 20.7.2009) details in respect to five presentation in five continents will be released on the site and all conditions which applies to these presentations and lifts will be explained.
Image:Airplane no wings moon-craft 250x250 jp70.jpg Das Bild war leider nicht mehr vorhanden, wird aber wahrscheinlich auf dem gleichen Niveau wie das geklaute Bild seines fliegenden Autos sein.
The First Flight: The initial charges and booking for 10 hours of flight in space and for the booking for the first space lift through Keshe Foundation before December 2014 will be announced next week.
The cost for these flights will be 19000 (nineteen thousand) euros per person, this will include 9 hours of flight at about 60km distance from the surface of the Earth.
There will be additional charges to experience the weightlessness condition in these space trips. The number of seats available for the first year will about 5000 seats (announcements about these will be given on the Keshe Foundation space .com).
The First Flight to the Moon: We will announce for landing on the Moon by December of 2016, for round trip at the cost of 50 000 euros per person. There will be no disembarkations in these early flights. Number of seats available for the first year about 1000 seats (announcements about these will be given on the Keshe Foundation space .com).
There will be no need for space training, as the condition within these flight systems will be atmospheric condition as the present days jetliner flight conditions.
I hope you enjoy the new science and may be you can bring this new knowledge to new generations.
M T Keshe
Und Ihr Keshe-Anhänger – enjoyt Ihr kräftig die new science vom Onkelchen?