posted on Aug, 24 2009 @ 05:48 AM
reply to post by earth2
I hope we are able to find out a lot more about Mars. Just for the sake of understanding things better. At least one insider says he's been there.
There is absolutely mounds of anecdotal evidence about Mars being inhabited in the past. I am currently reading Michael Tellinger's book that
includes a lot of data about it. This is based heavily on the translations of the old Sumerian clay tablets, in which Zecharia Sitchin has been
heavily involved. It is also a part of some past life recalls, including the famous recent case of the Russian kid named Boris.
So if you have time to study Mars photos, keep at it. The surface is heavily eroded, but there should still be some visible evidence. Some have
suggested that bases are more likely to be located on the Martian equator, as this is the optimum location for space ports.
The current bases are apparently all underground, but even those require some surface buildings.