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#851 2019-08-22 16:56:40

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Re: The Real Mars

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Ancient Egyptian artefacts allegedly spotted in Nasa’s photo of Mars

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#852 2019-08-22 22:11:40

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https://www.egypttoday.com/siteimages/Larg/65490.jpg

Ancient Egyptian artefacts allegedly spotted in Nasa’s photo of Mars

Hmmm, l would like to say yes, but the details are the rovers reflections, (or we have to be really careful).

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#853 2019-08-23 03:54:23

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Prickles and mist today.

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The arrow shows the rover, taking a picture in front of a prickle on this rock.

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This one shows martian mist rolling in at near sunset, (yeah, l know mist in a near vacuum, but we now know that is another lie).

This doesn't discount the lake, and in some ways may enforce its presence, but either way it is pouring in from higher ground to where the rover is.

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#854 2019-08-24 04:30:59

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Ok, Sol 606 images today, and mainly wet ones.

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Water runoff is the only thing that would cause this, from rain most likely. And going by the rover compressing some of the surface, it has been a week or so since the last shower.

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#855 2019-08-25 04:05:10

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A true martian sunset.

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And another, blue sky and green tree's or plants, dotting the landscape.

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And one of the best landscape images l have come across, showing green patches on the landscape, blue sky and white sun.

A long way from a dead, rock.

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#856 2019-08-26 03:58:16

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Not much today, considering  that l am tired and getitng over a virus.

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A good example of martian rainclouds.

And this...

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Rover, foreground, blue hills and sunset orangy/pink clouds in the backgruond and these things, that are probably clouds, but?

Either that or model aircraft running on polluting fuel, taking off?

Either way odd, and worth posting.

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#857 2019-08-26 09:42:32

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More remains of that civilization.

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#858 2019-08-26 15:30:12

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Mountains with paths? Similar to Peru

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#859 2019-08-26 16:28:35

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I think we'd need a lot more info to decide those were paths.  The features look quite natural to me. Are these photos from a polar region? Can't say there is anything particularly anomalous there. But let's get humans there to have a look!

jorgear wrote:

Mountains with paths? Similar to Peru

http://adamthemartian.thecomicseries.co … 8-26_2.png


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#860 2019-08-26 16:30:02

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Yes, this looks more like a debris field than a natural rock field. Let's send humans there to find out...


jorgear wrote:

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#861 2019-08-26 19:23:48

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Mountain top as well hillside terracing of the Inca's come to mind.

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#862 2019-08-26 22:14:24

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jorgear wrote:

Mountains with paths? Similar to Peru

http://adamthemartian.thecomicseries.co … 8-26_2.png

Yes, interesting, but like Louis l can't see any paths. The lower area that looks like a lake, (or if it was mud, then the island wouldn't have what looks like submerged areas) is more interesting.

Post #585 is good since it shows sedentary deposits on Mars or shows two distinct areas of large scale flooding or disasters taking place.

Which fits the data of a planet being destroyed and Mars getting hammered with debri, then some time later another disaster, possibly man made clobbering Mars again.

And image #586, also shows some more of these pod type plants, or maybe artificial in nature growing out of the rock.

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#863 2019-08-27 02:51:24

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All the info and photo of Mountain top as well hillside terracing  on this site http://msss.com/mars_images/moc/2006/09/20/



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#864 2019-08-28 04:43:48

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Ok, a lot of artifacts today or junk. Destroyed or destitute ancient or not that ancient farm or house, best guess. But l am leaning towards farm...

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First, left, the arrows show the rovers ref, and its shadow, but the dark things in front of it?

Images like this are good since we can easily discount the rover, so best guess rusting metal, something?

Right, bottom, some framework of something, probably part of a fence, but fairly tight metal lettace possibly forming a fence. And showing domestigation and also showing that Mars has an abundance of metals and possibly a lack of tree's.

Left, top, looks like a concrete corner or possibly support for an end pole for a fence, (common practice for farmers, l used to live on a farm).

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This one rover in the middle, and rusted hulk on the right, (best guess, abandoned farming equipment).

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#865 2019-08-28 16:33:23

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Seems that mars has lots of sand and hard pack which is quite fragmented. The wind blown waves in the sand are every where as well.

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#866 2019-08-30 21:31:27

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SpaceNut wrote:

Seems that mars has lots of sand and hard pack which is quite fragmented. The wind blown waves in the sand are every where as well.

Yes, the rain or dark clouds l mistook for something flying with jet fumes, (well, one option) was rain clouds, or thick, with the high, altitude winds stripping the water vapor off of them and throwing it across the sky.

So Mars has strong winds.

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#867 2019-09-02 04:12:29

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A few weird things in the distance that may be part of a town or road, but don't appear to be coming from the rover.

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The things that look like plants on the left, and buildings in the middle are the most obvious.

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And another image of the plants or sculpture again, to show that this isn't some rock anomaly.

This could be the rover, although l am hardpressed to that idea, (nothing like that on the rover) or a distant giant sculpture marking an entry point to a town or city?

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#868 2019-09-05 15:09:48

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Representation of Mars when it was a satellite of the giant Maldek ( Also named Phaeton or Tiamat)

What a huge planet broken to pieces!

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#869 2019-09-06 03:51:50

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Re: The Real Mars

jorgear wrote:

Representation of Mars when it was a satellite of the giant Maldek ( Also named Phaeton or Tiamat)

What a huge planet broken to pieces!

http://laguerrademarte.mex.tl/imagesnew … 4/3/pm.jpg

Nice image Jorgear, and it also raises the possibility that some building or statue survived on some of the debri or asteroid field?

Plenty of stuff on Earth left over from the 12,000 ago war, but of course NASA, bury it or buy out the guy that found something.

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Not much today, martian sunset, with some dark clouds that are rain bearing, not some whispy NASA construct.

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#870 2019-09-09 03:49:48

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Is it just me or does this look like freshly dug dirt? This isn't the rover as it would be drilling a hole or leaving its v-shaped wheel tracks.

So most likely a small rodent, or dare l say rabbit. Top image, bottom one shows a more natural impression.

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Or it could be a human or gray messing around with us?

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Top, what looks like another footprint, and no heel marks or most likely not the Military, (pretty much guarantee you that they have a base there, ours) or more likely a gray.

The other reason l say this is the lower ref, rock showing another totem or letterbox pole, showing a weather torne depiction of a gray, which is in blue fabric and has a vicious expression, (this is the first nasty one l have seen so don't get too worried).

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#871 2019-09-09 11:30:29

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Watched this excellent Stephen Greer video today, here is the link, as it is probably getting off subject.

http://newmars.com/forums/viewtopic.php … 37#p159837

Worth a look if you are into remote viewing, 5D manafacture, Zero point systems, and why we never see any? and so forth.

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#872 2019-09-11 04:12:00

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Top, left, what could be the side of some furniture.

Left, Middle, the rain runoff has created this trench, and possibly unearthed some ancient ceramic pipe system, either way this doesn't look natural.

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Bottom, left another possible footprint, and right, pipe, tube, steel pipe support, who knows.

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#873 2019-09-13 08:26:02

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There may be long pipe structures that transported water around the planet. To me, the civilization that inhabited Mars lived in the north of the planet, close to the ocean, because no monument has been found in the south of Mars. And of course there should be pipes around the planet, I am sure of that.

After seeing lots of photos of Mars, I think Mars was a second Earth... or the Earth a second Mars. The same monuments and structures exist in both the Earth and Mars,,... except the face. I am also sure on Mars there were cities and territories like Babylon, Assyria... there is almost no difference. At least, as there is no investigation on the cities and structures of Mars, my comics are based on those cities on Earth, that make, I am sure, almost no difference to those of Mars. That is why I strongly believe that at least a part of the martians came to Earth and here they raised those monuments, buildings and founded those cities of the antiquity.

I continue adding interesting links to my site http://adamthemartian.smackjeeves.com/links

If you have interesting sites or videos, you can put them here. I can add them.

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#874 2019-09-13 10:06:35

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jorgear wrote:

There may be long pipe structures that transported water around the planet. To me, the civilization that inhabited Mars lived in the north of the planet, close to the ocean, because no monument has been found in the south of Mars. And of course there should be pipes around the planet, I am sure of that.

After seeing lots of photos of Mars, I think Mars was a second Earth... or the Earth a second Mars. The same monuments and structures exist in both the Earth and Mars,,... except the face. I am also sure on Mars there were cities and territories like Babylon, Assyria... there is almost no difference. At least, as there is no investigation on the cities and structures of Mars, my comics are based on those cities on Earth, that make, I am sure, almost no difference to those of Mars. That is why I strongly believe that at least a part of the martians came to Earth and here they raised those monuments, buildings and founded those cities of the antiquity.

I continue adding interesting links to my site http://adamthemartian.smackjeeves.com/links

If you have interesting sites or videos, you can put them here. I can add them.

Yes, true, 12,000 years back we had Atlantis, and the Now Indian country, with flying or antigravity machines, that could also traverse space.

Apollo images that NASA couldn't photoshop, (they used film) do show a large scale artificial structure around our moon, and things on the moon. So plenty of stuff showing a large scale war with two advanced cultures, eventhough in some ways less advanced than us.

No doubt Mars was part of this, and will be again soon enough.

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#875 2019-09-14 06:03:06

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Taking another look at this it appears to be a hollow or metal tube, but what it was used for is anyone's guess.

Thing on the right another component sticking out of this rock.

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Left more obvious signs of rain runoff, right l am sure that this isn't a seashell, well reasonably sure?

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This one is my favorite, or this is showing an obvious green blob on the landscape,  (CP shows grass green, strong) or in other words a giant martian tree.

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