I don't know if it has been discussed but I just discovered a second even more slim Monolith on Phobos. It is a kind of hard to see because it is
spread over 2 pictures.
I was reading this Topic and there was this
Link because someone referred to Aldrinn's remarks about the Monolith there. And as I
looked for more Anomalies I discovered it. I saved the 2 pictures and with Windows Paint I've merged the 2 together.
The Monolith is in the lower left of this picture: ida.wr.usgs.gov...
The Shadow is in the upper left of this picture: ida.wr.usgs.gov...
It looks even taller than the other one that has been discussed before.
Any suggestions of what it could be?
I always love things like this because in my own weird way I believe they are something. Call me crazy I dont really care but I have always believed
we came from Mars and its not because someone said this to me in a joking manner. I have felt this way since I was little and never really knew
anything about Mars like I do now. . I know this sounds nuts but I really have this theory in my mind after all the things I have read and felt. It
makes sense to me but like I said that is just me. Nice pic, I will look at it more. It might be something but I am not really sure as to what.
the third image.. where it says shadow in upper left. look two craters STRAIGHT down, and then juuuuust to the left. there appears to be a square with
a dome on top of it casting one hell of a shadow as well. All the other sh** one can argue as really big rocks (as they are in a crater field) but
that one in particular stands out from the rest.
toward the centre top you will see two more of these 'monoliths' casting huge shadows. THe left most artifact stands just north of two smaller
craters. Follow those two craters and just to the left of the bottom one you will see a blatant shadow.. zoom in on that and you will see the square
with the dome ontop, or perhaps the square is a base for a much larger structure
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