The International Space Station, just like everything else brought to us by NASA, is a fake Freemasonic hoax, a complete fabrication done with special effects, models, pools, zero G planes, and various camera tricks. The above video exposes key points of evidence for the hoax and breaks down exactly how the illusion is created and maintained.

The International Space Station (ISS) has long been the subject of controversy. Proponents have touted the ISS as a massive demonstration of human ingenuity and achievement, while skeptics have argued that the station and everything associated with it is a complete fabrication, made possible by Freemasonic hoaxes, special effects, models, pools, zero G planes and camera tricks.

To understand why the ISS’ authenticity has been disputed, it’s important to look at the history of NASA’s space exploration missions throughout the years. While NASA has achieved some of its greatest successes - from sending astronauts to the moon and back, to launching the Voyager probes to the outer reaches of our solar system - the agency has also been accused of fabricating much of its research.

Since the 1970s, many have speculated that some of NASA’s most iconic accomplishments – such as the Apollo 11 moon landing – were faked using a variety of camera tricks, special effects, and models. These suspicions were fueled by the lack of hard evidence for the travelers’ presence on the moon, as well as a lack of video and photographic evidence from the missions. In recent years, the International Space Station has become the latest in a long line of projects that have been questioned due to a lack of proof of its existence.

With its claimed size, weight, and even the length of time it takes to orbit the earth, many have argued that the construction of the ISS is impossible based on current technological capabilities. Skeptics that doubt its very existence have examined footage from inside the ISS and argued that the space station appears to be much smaller and lighter than what is claimed.

In addition, many claim that the ISS was shot from a fake backdrop, rather than from actual space, using a variety of camera tricks and special effects. These theories gained more traction when NASA was accused of having used models and stunt doubles to simulate the movement of astronauts in zero G planes, instead of filming them in space.

Whether or not the ISS is real, one thing’s for sure: it is one of the most controversial projects to ever come out of NASA. For space exploration enthusiasts and skeptics alike, understanding the evidence that supports the ISS’ existence is key in order to truly appreciate the extent of human’s journey in space.