Up until Galileo, the Catholic Church believed that the moon was made of cheese. In fact, the Catholic Church told everyone that they'd all have cheese in Heaven, because they'd be able to eat from the great
cheese round in the sky, the moon, once they got to Heaven. This was a huge part of the Illuminati, Catholic belief system which is why the Catholic Church persecuted Galileo so horribly and then murdered him.
When Galileo showed the Catholic priests the moon through his telescope, their little minds coulnd't even see the moon in front of them. Their minds blocked out the moon. They accused Galileo of lying to them
and playing a game with them. Even though, the "commoners" of Galilea could see what was in front of them, the Catholic illuminatie were too stupid to even see what was in front of their eyes.
Galileo showed all the "commoners" in Galilea his discovery through the telescope. The normal people could look through the telescope and see that the moon was made of rock. The crazy Illuminati
Catholics still couldn't see the moon. They could only accept the moon as being made of cheese. After, Galileo's discoveries the Catholic Church in 1616 ordered Galileo not to "hold, teach, or defend in any manner." Galileo obeyed the order for seven years
When he began publishing again, in a final attempt to break him, Galileo was threatened with torture by the Catholic Church. After he admitted he didn't believe the moon was made of cheese, he was comitted of heresy
and then burned at the stake. All because the Catholic Church was really attached to the idea that the moon was made of cheese.
The Illuminati in England actually perpetuated the myth of the Moon being made of cheese up until the moon landing itself in 1969. On BBC british coverage of the moon landing,
Programs in between BBC Apollo 11 reports included "So what if it's just Green Cheese?"
You'd think someone in England would have learned something in the 500 years since Galileo, but apparently the British Monarchy is so stupid and
Satanic Illuminati, that they wanted the British public to still believe the moon was made of cheese, even in 1969.