Thanks for that ... I never saw most of those.
BTW, I have never saw the face on the moon ... I just see a moon. I see these faces and shapes very clearly. As clearly as I see the artifacts on
Sometimes, if it is something you are not willing to accept, or it would have to change your view of reality so much if you did accept it, it is much
easier to dismiss it as mere coincidence than to open your mind up.
To me, the alignment of the Mars pyramids and sites lining up to the stars, more faces ... and the time frame being about 20,000 years ago (by the
stars) ... I could theorize a lot of things, but, I will just say there is a possibility either Earth and Mars were in contact, or we could be
Martians. Not saying it is ... but it is possible. A lot can happen in 20,000 years, including the loss and decay of a lot of artifacts and
technology if you don't have the ability or facilities to repair it. Could have been an interplanetary war (missing 5th planet?), we have melted
stone here. I won't get into that any more, since I am not trying to derail the thread.
But ... if you think that any anomaly on another planet is nothing more than coincidence, then why not the Nazca lines too? Must be some strange
wind patterns and small tornadoes that created those lines that we interpret as shapes, since, the human mind tries to make sense of everything
I wouldn't know ... clouds are always clouds, the moon is always the moon, when I stare at 3D posters, all I see is a blob of colors, I was never
very quick at finding Waldo, among other things ... but I see the faces on Mars. I could care less if there was faces on mars, since, it doesn't
effect my life either way ... not like I will get to go there nor if it is real, will we ever get to know the truth about its past, unless they had
It is good to be a skeptic, but not good to just dismiss everything because you find it fun to do so, but remember, don't always be a party pooper,
if you don't like parties, don't attend. It will make both yourself and the people enjoying themselves have a better time. Not to say you can't
disagree, but your opinion is not fact. There is no way to prove it either way for now. Finding some text on Mars (or believing some text here
believed to be fanciful stories) could prove it. Having teams of acheologists studying the site in person could possibly find out more.
I have a question ... what will Mt. Rushmore look like after 15,000 years of weathering? What about Stone Mountain? How many sites in Egypt were
buried in sand already among other cities, that they are finding and excavating in a lot less time?
Seriously, think about what time can do. Then ask yourself, no matter how currently improbable it may seem based on our current verifiable knowledge,
isn't it still possible?
Personally, I would have to answer yes. Finding the theories to fit that is a bit of fun, but regardless of that, the answer is yes.