On June 8, 1959, the Army made plans for a futuristic moon base that was to be in operation by the year 1966 and which would be permanently manned by a team of twelve. The plan was named "Project Horizon".
- Project = 7+9+6+1+5+3+2 = 33
- Horizon = 8+6+9+9+8+6+5 = 51
- Project Horizon = 33+51 = 84 (United States of America = 84)
Notice that the date of the proposed 'project' was June 8, or 6/8, and the coded Gematria of 'Project Horizon' is 86, or the numerology of the date in reverse. Call it a coincidence, but I wouldn't. Courtesy of Wikipedia, let us read about Project Horizon.
Project Horizon was a study to determine the feasibility of constructing a scientific / military base on the Moon. On June 8, 1959, a group at the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) produced for the U.S. Department of the Army a report entitled Project Horizon, A U.S. Army Study for the Establishment of a Lunar Military Outpost. The project proposal states the requirements as:
My favorite sentence is the last, the one that reads, "Horion never progressed past the feasibility stage in official capacity." I wonder why that is, perhaps because they never figured out how to make it to the moon? As we all know, flags don't wave in space and the Space Program has been coded with "33" sine the beginning, the number of the psychological operation against your third eye."The lunar outpost is required to develop and protect potential United States interests on the moon; to develop techniques in moon-based surveillance of the earth and space, in communications relay, and in operations on the surface of the moon; to serve as a base for exploration of the moon, for further exploration into space and for military operations on the moon if required; and to support scientific investigations on the moon.The permanent outpost was predicted to cost $6 billion and become operational in December 1966 with twelve soldiers.Wernher von Braun, head of ABMA, appointed Heinz-Hermann Koelle to head the project team at Redstone Arsenal.Plans called for 147 early Saturn A-class rocket launches to loft spacecraft components for assembly in low Earth orbit at a spent-tank space station.A lunar landing-and-return vehicle would have shuttled up to 16 astronauts at a time to the base and back.Horizon never progressed past the feasibility stage in an official capacity.