The Mystery Behind Mona Lisa, The Alien Girl Apollo 20 Found On The Moon

A lot has been said about the notorious Apollo 20 mission, along with the strangest things it found on the far side of the Moon. NASA shu...

The Mystery Behind Mona Lisa, The Alien Girl Apollo 20 Found On The Moon

A lot has been said about the notorious Apollo 20 mission, along with the strangest things it found on the far side of the Moon. NASA shut down the Apollo Program due to money being needed elsewhere and the public losing its interest was the official explanation but not everyone was convinced this was the truth behind its cancellation. Apollo 20 succeeded in recovering alien technology as well as a humanoid female in suspended animation.

 It was named Mona Lisa, "the "Alien Girl Apollo 20 Found on the Moon".  It was in 2007,  wherein several videos were posted on YouTube by William Rutledge, who claims to be one of the Apollo 20 astronauts. He shared details regarding the controversial videos showing the long-deserted structures on the Moon and Mona Lisa inside a crashed giant spaceship.

"NASA didn’t employ me, USAF did. I had worked on the study of foreign technology, Russian only. Studied about the N1 project, AJAX plane project, and the MIG Foxbat 25. I had some skills for using computer navigation and was a volunteer for the MOL-Gemini project. USAF later recalled that I had been chosen for Apollo 20 because I was one of the rare pilots who didn’t believe in God (and it has changed since 1990), but it was a criterion in 1976. It was not the status of the NASA astronauts.
Not believing in God made the difference. That’s all. I don’t know how, but the Soviets were informed of the presence of a ship on the far side. In July 199, Luna 15 crashed just south of the nose of the [alien] ship. It was a probe similar to the Ranger or Lunar Orbiter. They provided maps, precise charts of this area.
The center of decision was located in the Urals, in the town of Sverdlovsk. Chief of program was Professor Valentin Alekseyev, who later became president of the Ural Academy of Science. Leonov [Alexei Leonov, Soviet cosmonaut] was primarily chosen because of his popularity in the staff of the leading Communist Party, and secondarily because he was on Apollo-Soyuz" - William Rutledge

According to Rutlegde, Apollo 20 was launched in 1976, and was the result of a joint American-Soviet venture. They even found an intact humanoid body which was dubbed Mona Lisa. He described her as being in a state of suspended animation, neither dead nor alive. She was brought back to the Lunar Module for further testing and inspection.
"Mona Lisa? I don’t remember who named the girl, Leonov or me—was the intact EBE [Extraterrestrial Biological Entity]. Humanoid, female, 165 centimeters (5’5″).  Genitalized, haired, six fingers (we guess their mathematics are based on 12). Function: pilot, piloting device fixed to fingers and eyes, no clothes. We had to cut two cables connected to the nose.
No nostrils. Leonov removed the eye device (you’ll see that in the video). Concretions of blood or biological liquid erupted and froze from the mouth, nose, eyes and some parts of the body. Other parts were in unusually good condition (hair) and the skin was protected by a thin transparent film. As we told mission control, condition seemed not dead not alive. We had no medical background or experience, but Leonov and I devised a test; we fixed our bio equipment on the EBE, and telemetry received by mission control meds was positive.” - William Rutledge
Rutledge, due to his old age, says that he had no more fear by the secrecy he was sworn to at the time of the mission. 

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