(This is a scaled down image. To view the original on NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory website please use this link:
I would, respectfully, suggest that you view the original image now - then you will fully appreciate the implications of what you are looking at here.)
This second image picks out the object of interest.
We are going to take a closer look at this object.
Here it is isolated and enlarged:
Things are beginning to look a little interesting – don't you think? Let's lighten, adjust the contrast, and sharpen the image up a bit.
Wow! What's this? A graven image?
It looks a bit like the gargoyles that can seen adorning cathedrals and churches.
Let's colorize the image to see if we can then pick out more detail.
Now we can clearly see that we are looking at a face here. It's a bit smashed up – and more than a little bit scary looking – but it's definitely a carved stone image of a face. On Mars!
It features an eyeball: complete with pupil, within a distinctly hexagonal* eye socket. And a mouth with prominent upper and lower teeth (notice how the top row aligns with the bottom?).
So, we have to ask: are there any natural processes that could have carved out this forbidding stone effigy? Wind or water erosion perhaps? Maybe we're just seeing something that isn't there: like seeing shapes in the clouds. I don't think so my friends. Here we have the evidence – quite literally – staring us straight in the face.
We can really only conclude that Mars was once populated by a race that had much in common with ourselves. A race that produced artifacts and graven images. And, most important of all, a race that existed here in our Solar System: not billions of light years away across the Cosmos.
No more denials. They are already here. They were here before us and – if we let the warmongers have their way – they'll still be here long after we've gone.
So let's try and make sure we hang around long enough to get to know them.
Please use the Universal Peace tab at the top of this page.
*Hexagons are well represented elsewhere in the Solar System:
A huge, hexagonal storm system can be found at Saturn's north pole.
I put this article together with the help of the Mars Analysis Project Team whose work can be viewed here:
Many thanks to NASA for providing online access to the images used.