What Does NEOM mean?

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NEOM. Sophia. Palace of the Dajjal?

The rapid-fire announcements coming out of Saudi Arabia in the past week add up to something far stranger than a MUFON Disclosure Convention at Buckingham Palace. First there is the announcement that an apparently conscious, apparently female humanoid robot has been made a citizen of Saudi Arabia with more rights than human women have in that country, then there is an announcement of a special city being built to exist, essentially, as an artificial intelligence organism. The city of NEOM.


Panel discussion featuring:
Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia

What is NEOM?

According to the website AcronymAttic, Neom stands for “nominal end of mission.” Abbreviations.com defined it as the NASDAQ symbol for an obscure bar-code software firm as well as meaning the “New Era of Music”. A commenter popped into that site on October 27, just days after the announcement of the Neom city plan by Saudi Arabia, with the remark that it stands for the “New Era Of Moderation”. That comment is interesting because it coincides with Saudi Arabia’s announcement of its intentions to foster a more moderate culture than it is historically known for, especially for women.

Neom is neither an obscure tech firm nor a genre of music. But what does that first definition of the acronym NEOM mean? For it seems that it is often printed in all-caps, suggesting it is indeed an acronym and not simply a short name for a city.

Here is what NEOM stands for, according to NASA
“Spacecraft recovery operations at the nominal end-of-mission landing site are supported by approximately 160 space shuttle Launch Operations team members. Ground team members wearing self-contained atmospheric protective ensemble suits that protect them from toxic chemicals approach the spacecraft as soon as it stops rolling. Spacecraft recovery operations at the nominal end-of-mission landing site are supported by approximately 160 space shuttle Launch Operations team members. Ground team members wearing self-contained atmospheric protective ensemble suits that protect them from toxic chemicals approach the spacecraft as soon as it stops rolling.”

Gizmodo.com’s senior editor, Adam Clark Estes, had something interesting to say: “Recently, however, Saudi Arabia’s affinity for robotics has taken a weird—even dark—turn. […] what’s especially dystopian about Saudi’s robot obsession is the extent to which the machines appear to have more rights than many people in the country.


Just about all the references to Sophia are “cutesy”, no one dares object. Nervous giggles all around. Even the editor of Gizmodo, no stranger to technology, ventures no closer than to suggest Saudi Arabia likes to waste money on expensive toys. But he is right about one thing: there is a very dark side to all of this.

Madison Star Moon’s Exclusive Historic Interview with Bart Sibrel | Author, Director, Investigative Journalist

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Madison Star Moon’s Exclusive Historic interview with Bart Sibrel, award winning Author and Director of the film:

“A Funny Thing Happened On the Way To The Moon”

This is an interview YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS!

In this interview Bart Sibrel reveals details of his encounters with the likes of Niel Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins, the astronauts he interviewed in his film and he and Madison Star Moon also discuss Chemtrails and his views with regard to Chemtrails…

An all around very interesting interview and one I could not stop listening to myself… I was literally glued to the speakers for this one. Madison Star Moon, with the permission of Bart Sibrel, has styled the interview with an overlay of Bart’s video footage and this also makes for a great visual aid to the interview.

This is an interview I recommend listening to…



About Bart Sibrel:

Bart Sibrel is the Author Director and creator of the 2001 award winning and classic documentary  film “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon”.

“I was making movies when this competition started way back in 1930.
I do not ever recall anyone entering three motion pictures and winning a top award on all three.
But you have!”

  — Jack Ruddell – American Motion Picture Society, Chairman

Bart Sibrel is an award winning filmmaker, writer and investigative journalist who has been producing movies and television programs for thirty years. During this time he has owned five production companies, been employed by two of the three major networks and produced films shown on ABC, NBC, CNN, TLC, USA, BET, as well as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. To discuss his films, he has appeared and been interviewed on The Daily Show, Geraldo, NBC, CNN, FOX, Tech TV, Coast to Coast, and The Abrams Report. Articles featuring Mr. Sibrel’s films have been published in Time Magazine, USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The L.A. Times and many others. His top awards from the American Motion Picture Society include “Best Cinematography”, “Best Editing” and “Top Ten Director”. Mr. Sibrel has also taught about twenty workshops on Acting, Filmmaking, Editing, and Writing; privately and for The Screen Actor’s Guild. In his youth he brought to the stage several original theatrical productions, hosted a cable television talk show, and appeared as a seasoned actor on the stage himself over 500 times.

RedPillRedPill signing off…