Neil Armstrong saw more than just the Moon!
On July 21, 1969, a NASA astronaut named Neil Armstrong became the first person in history to walk across the moon. "The eagle has landed," he declared. What he would say later wasn't broadcast by NASA, but was picked up and heard by radio hams with their own VHF receivers. "NASA: What's there? "The aliens have a base on the moon," said Armstrong. "These babies are huge, sir, enormous. Oh my God, you wouldn't believe it. I'm telling you there are other spacecraft out there. Lined up on the far side of the crater, they're on the moon watching us. In the meantime, Buzz, Aldrin aboard Apollo 11 had his movie camera out and was shooting color movies of the aliens. These movies would later be confiscated from Aldrin by the CIA.
On all of the missions that NASA flew, the astronauts saw UFO's. They referred to them as Santa Claus. Sometimes the UFO's would follow, sometimes they would fly a few circles around the space capsule, and sometimes they'd be waiting as the rocket was about to make its lunar injection. During a NASA symposium a professor who wishes to remain anonymous questioned Neil Armstrong after the Apollo 11 flight:
Professor: What really happened out there with Apollo 11?
Armstrong: It was incredible of course. We had always known there was a possibility. The fact is we were warned off (by the aliens). There was never a question then of a space station, or a moon city.
Professor: How do you mean "warned off"?
Armstrong: I can't go into details, except to say that their ships were far superior to ours both in size and technology. Boy! they were big and menacing.
So, that's what the first man on the moon had to say.