The resurgence of the Vector symbol across various space agencies, including NASA, has sparked intrigue. Questions arise about the significance of the Vector symbol and its presence on these agency logos.
One wonders if the symbol refers to a symbolic talisman, representing an emblem of occult worship or linked to celestial beings such as angels, demons, or other entities or eventually it is an allusion to ancient times, a sign denoting the essence of the multiverse itself? Does it symbolize the mastery over time and space?
Now if you take a look at the following images and video the use of this vector symbol across multiple space agencies appears less coincidental.
Consider the intriguing images below, captured by the Apollo 11 crew during their return journey from the moon to Earth. With a closer look involving zooming in, enhancement, and application of various filters, the object becomes more discernible. It unveils a structure shaped like a vector, complete with three supporting legs, situated on the lunar surface.
Comparisons of this object with another object photographed by the Apollo 17 crew reveals a striking similarity in the vector structure's appearance.
Additionally, an image captured during a spacewalk by a member of the STS115 mission reveals the very same vector configuration intriguingly mirrored on the astronaut's helmet.
Despite much speculation, these images as well as analysis of the lunar object in the video of YouTube channel 1967Sander provided below, suggest that these vector-shaped objects potentially represent highly advanced alien vehicles.