It’s not good form for me to call out Crrow777 on a blog post, but I feel he has gone a bit off the rails in his analysis lately, and I would welcome his comments here if he comes across my post.
I first came across Crrow777’s YouTube channel about 6 months ago. He states in his about section the following:
I will only post clips as they were shot and will not alter or add misleading content. I further pledge that I will not post deceptive or false footage. Much of what we have been told about our moon, solar system, UFO’s and the importance of scientific astrology is deceptive or fails to include the entire picture.
To Crrow777’s credit, he has some good videos on his channel. He’s filmed chem-trails, orbs, and even UFO’s crossing in front of the Moon. He’s well spoken and very straight forward.
I was amazed by his “Lunar Wave” footage, because it did appear to be an actual filmed event. Crrow777 was contacted by other Moon watcher’s throughout the world who caught the “wave” on film. This wave has now been filmed over 9 times.
Crrow777 (I’m going to call him Crow going forward) started to make a name for himself, and appeared on two internet podcasts. One called Grimerica, and the other The Higher Side Chats, or THC. The THC guys must really love weed.
I began to second guess my opinion of Mr. Crow after I listened to him on these shows.
Here are few points Crow has made, that I have a problem with.
- He doesn’t believe humanity can leave low Earth orbit, and this belief apparently extends to satellites.
- He doesn’t accept any visual footage from NASA. He operates under the assumption that all images and film are fake or manipulated.
- Furthermore, he’s commented on one of his YouTube videos that he doesn’t believe the ISS is real either.
- He believes Paul Walker faked his death, and this evidence is encoded in his date of birth date and date of death.
- Crow also believes that information about the Sun and Moon are encoded in songs and movies, and entertainment is not just entertainment, but to condition the public’s mind.
Crow’s belief that humanity can not leave low Earth orbit is fine, but if he wants to be taken seriously other than expressing a strong opinion, he will have to present more evidence. To my knowledge he’s only referenced one article on the Van Allen Belts, and uses his footage as evidence that all satellites or UFO’s are in low Earth orbit.
I think it’s extremely paranoid of Crow to not accept any video or photo of Earth from NASA. I realize that NASA has been shady, and continues to be shady with their control on information, but to make the leap that you cannot accept anything from them is an extreme leap, an requires more evidence. It is fine if Crow holds this opinion of NASA, but I can’t take it him or his opinion seriously, because we’re talking about a conspiracy on such a vast scale, that simple compartmentalization could not be effective in controlling everyone.
I also find it extremely ridiculous to deny the existence of the ISS. If he believes that all video taken within the ISS is completely fake, than how do you disprove amateur astronomers capturing the ISS from Earth on camera, and even spotting it during the day? The point is he cannot, and he’s simply wrong.
Crow’s opinion about Paul Walker baffles me. I’m willing to listen to any theory or claim, but if you’re going to state it like a fact as Crow did on Grimerica, you then lose credibility and just sound like a nut. This is what makes people roll their eyes about conspiracy, paranormal, or UFO’s. My recommendation is to not make crazy statements as fact if you can’t back them up with at least some evidence.
I think Crow’s opinion on movies holds more weight than any of his previous statements. There is enough evidence that entertainment is used as propaganda, and as a way to condition the population. If you’re interested in this subject, I would point you towards the CIA’s entertainment liaison as a starting point.
I don’t want to take anything away from all the time and effort Crow has put into filming, but I question his analysis. I still am of the opinion that he’s filmed something real in the Lunar Wave, but what caused the lunar wave requires more analysis, and you need to have it filmed at the same time from two separate locations to prove this is not an atmospheric event, and localized to the Moon.
Recently Crow was concerned, because when you search for Crrow777 on Google maps the results would return Cern. He then made comments that he was personally being chem-trailed so that he couldn’t continue his filming. In his most recent video he claims he’s filming “shadow-ships” servicing the Moon, but they look a lot like birds or bats to me. Maybe they are shadow-ships, but this man has taken a massive leap from documenting reality to claiming he’s filming shadow-ships.
I will still follow Mr. Crow to see what he comes up with, but I’m going to be exceptionally careful about promoting his work again until he can either present better evidence or come back down to Earth.
In summary I don’t want to discount Crow’s work, but I use him as a warning. There are secrets, conspiracies, UFO’s, and things that go bump in the night, but you need to do your research or provide some evidence when making big claims such as the Moon is an illusion, and we can’t leave low-Earth orbit, or the ISS is a hoax.
There are many crazy people in the world. You can find people online that believe nuclear weapons are a hoax, the Earth is flat, NASA is completely fake, and space Jews run the world. The bottom line is this; if you want to make wild claims, please present evidence and be as transparent as possible, because otherwise you give the rest of us and these topics a bad name.