witchcraft: North of the Apollo 17 landing site, photographed by Apollo 17, 10th December 1972.

The crater at bottom right is Littrow, at 22°N 31°W (named for Joseph Johann von Littrow, 19th century Austrian astronomer). The left-hand side of the image shows the easternmost shore of the Mare Serenitas (Sea of Serenity). 

Image credit: NASA/JSC/ASU. Animation: AgeOfDestruction.

Moon marks

On Jan. 31, 1915, six or seven white spots were observed on the moon in Littrow, arranged like the Greek letter gamma, according to Eng. Mec., 101-47.

–Charles Fort, New Lands, p519 (The Complete Books of Charles Fort, Dover, c1974).


Mankind Leaving the Moon for the Last Time