The 13 Ruling Families – the Collins family (7)

“Another famous Collins is Michael Collins who was one of the three astronauts on the Apollo 11. Apollo 11 was the first officially announced visit by man to the moon. For those who have read Be Wise As Serpents you are aware that the first flag on the moon was the Scottish Rite’s flag.

There are a number of very strange things about the flight, and about what NASA has been doing. Bun Aldrin is a Freemason. Neil Armstrong has gone into seclusion, shunning any publicity. As Michael Collins puts it, Neil has ‘dropped out and doesn’t sell the NASA program’ (Carrying the Fire, by Michael Collins, p. 461 – The title to his book is based on Greek mythology. The god Apollo carried fire, which is what Michael felt described Apollo 11). What our government has been doing with NASA, flying saucers and a manned lunar base, is beyond writing about in this article. But the question did naturally come to my mind – could Michael Collins be related to the Illuminati Collins family? Michael Collins writes about himself:

‘Fortunately, I have been a poor student all my life, and my parents, concealing their disappointment, seldom pushed me.’ (Carrying the Fire, p. 462). It certainly seems like such a student would need some pull to get into West Point, USMA. Michael Collins also sits on the board of directors of the Illuminati’s Rand Corporation which works with Tavistock Institute. He is not even a nominal Christian as far as I can tell. He states dryly that ‘no’ he ‘did not find God’ when he went to the moon. It looked like the clues were leading in the direction that he might be part of the elite, when I ran across one sentence that changed my mind.

Michael Collins wrote:

‘I feel just as thankful today that I live in the United States of America as I did before flying in space, and I have no desire for this country to merge into a United States of the World’ (p. 470 of his book. By the way, Michael Collins wrote his own book in contrast with so many of the ‘Christian’ authors like Pat Robertson’s New World Order, and some of Billy Graham’s books which are written by others with the big name tackled on to sell it.) If anyone could promote internationalism (One-World-Govt) without any suspicion, it would be Michael Collins, for few men share his experience of seeing the tiny earthy in the vastness of the hostile universe.

And yet, he doesn’t. He simply advocates that humans learn to cooperate to solve our problems – which we certainly need to do.”

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