A Whale of a Tale: Buzz Aldrin and Kirk Douglas are the same person!

So, I don’t think that the fraudulent character known as Buzz Aldrin has actually been to the moon… Possibly, no human being has been to the moon, but we can’t be sure… What we do know, though, is that NASA has gone to great lengths to deceive us into believing it.

Buzz Lightyear is for kids, and Buzz Aldrin is for adults.  Pixar character Buzz Lightyear’s name was inspired by Aldrin.  He acknowledged the tribute when he pulled a Buzz Lightyear doll out during a speech at NASA, to rapturous cheers; a clip of this can be found on the Toy Story 10th Anniversary DVD.

Officially, Buzz Aldrin is the second man to step on the surface of the moon.  “Edwin Eugene “Buzz” Aldrin, Jr. (born January 20, 1930) is an American astronaut.  He was the lunar module pilot on Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing in history. On July 20, 1969, he set foot on the Moon, following mission commander Neil Armstrong, who passed away on August 25, 2012 (allegedly).  He is also a retired United States Air Force pilot.

He is also Kirk Douglas !!

It seems from the above poster that Kirk Douglas’ own words have come back to haunt him: ““If you want to know about a man you can find out an awful lot by looking at who he married.”  Indeed…

In 2007, Aldrin confirmed to Time magazine that he had recently had a face-lift; he joked that the G-forces he was exposed to in space “caused a sagging jowl that needed some attention.”  I bet.  I think maybe Buzz is the one with less makeup and prosthetics and that that the Kirk character is the more fake… which would make sense if the acting is a side gig and his real work was really with the Black Ops.  And this would be consistent with the idea that these criminals are highly trained and educated, traits which the actor Douglas supposedly did not possess, even though his exceptional talent shone through his acting.

Kirk Douglas was born Issur Danielovitch on December 9, 1916. His parents were Jewish immigrants from Gomel, Belarus.  He is an American stage and film actor, film producer and author.  Douglas established his image as a tough guy in his eighth film, Champion, playing a selfish boxer. From then on, he made a career of playing such abrasive roles, displaying more brawn than brains, so to speak.  A perfect cover role and distraction seemingly diametrically opposed to his other role as an elite astronaut.

Douglas was a major box office star in the 1950s and 1960s, playing opposite some of the leading actresses of that era. During his career, he played many military men. Douglas played the lead with an all-star cast in Spartacus (1960). He chose Stanley Kubrick to direct the movie, who we also suspect was involved in the directing of the fake moon landings…

Check out all the name changes in his personal family history: 

His father’s brother, who emigrated earlier, used the surname Demsky, which Douglas’s family adopted in the United States.  In addition to their surname, his parents also changed their given names to Harry and Bertha.  Douglas grew up as Izzy Demsky and legally changed his name to Kirk Douglas before entering the Navy during World War II.  Yes, now it all makes sense, doesn’t it?


12 thoughts on “A Whale of a Tale: Buzz Aldrin and Kirk Douglas are the same person!

  1. we dont know exactly how they manage it all isnce none of us is an insider to these families and clubs and fraternities and the ivy league and their lodges. but i think they probably manage it among themselves to use keep the circle going. nasa doesnt just fake images they also shoot stuff into space which needs lots of rocket fuel.

  2. I know from a very reliable source that Apollo 11 and the 3 astronauts did not land on the moon. When they tested the lunar module six months before the mission, it failed. It was the middle of the cold war and the Soviets were ahead in the space race. So they filmed the landing in a studio on Earth (Disney?). They were put under hypnosis afterwards. A few months later Apollo 12 actually landed. Apollo 13 however, was another hoax. They did NOT break down. They went to the moon on a quick mission and planted the footprints, the flag and the plaque so future generations would see it. All of the other missions landed, but most certainly not Apollo 11.

  3. What was the purpose of the hypnosis? I doubt they would need to go to the moon just to plant a flag and a footprint and a plaque. Obviously, they have sent unmanned missions throughout our solar system (and beyond?) but it's looking more and more certain that no human has left earth's orbit (at least of his/her own choice and with their physical bodies intact, LOL).

  4. I am certain the purpose of the hypnosis and secrecy with Apollo 11 and Apollo 13 was all for national security. There were some leaks and rumors afterwards which led to the theory that all of the moon mission were fake. These are not true. Only Apollo 11 did not land on the moon. Originally only a relatively few, about 30 or 40 people on the inside, knew of the hoax. This information was not made public until 2004 (but not by NASA, of course) If these kind of government conspiracies are made known before a certain time, it could have disastrous consequences for our country and the rest of the world. This is why I am concerned that Ed's work with bio-metrics and other factors, although accurate, may be more than most people can bear at this time. But at long as these exposures are within a certain framework, it is necessary, in my opinion.

  5. My most pressing question concerning space travel, is how does a conventional rocket engine find purchase in a vacuum? NASA's explanation to me was “the burned fuel provides the platform for purchase.” But.. The gases have no platform, so I smell rats. Another question.. The earth is traveling, (supposedly), at 67,000 mph around the sun. How is it a rocket ship traveling approx. 25,000 mph keep up with it all once leaving earth's gravitational field? More rats… I guess I shouldn't be surprised as the info we receive concerning it all comes from RATS.

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