Did you ever see this photograph taken by chandrayaan 1 on late November last year?
Well neither did I. But what I found astonishing was that when I Examined This big crater
I noticed something that I found very unusual, if you look on the side of this crater you see two tall stone shaped objects standing right beside each
other, and it seems that there’s a third in the midst of those two.
But that is hard to see. Also on the top of the crater you see a large stone object. If you look around this mountain further you will see that there
are more of these large stone objects. But what I mainly want to discuss is the two large monoliths that are standing beside each other. I say
monolith because if I say something that totally alienates from this stone object I probably will be debunked the rest of this thread. So I say
As seen below!
Lets do the closeup!
slightly different angle?
Why do I think these large stones are monoliths well the shadow betrays it, it’s long as you can see and ends sharply ,agree?
Now we are going to understand what the word monoliths mean.
A monolith is a geological feature such as a mountain, consisting of a single massive stone or rock, or a single piece of rock placed as, or within, a
monument. Erosion usually exposes the geological formations, which are most often made of very hard and solid metamorphic or igneous rock.
Uhh… erosion … On the moon? But erosion can’t be possible on the surface of the moon, because it needs wind water or ice. Well we know now that
there is ice and they also discovered water but is there wind on the moon, guess not or? However, seismic activity and impacts from asteroids may
cause effects not dissimilar to erosion.
But can it form two monoliths next to each other? And much more that are surrounding this mountain?
Like this picture
Or can it be that this is some kind of menhir? And a menhir is a large upright standing stone.
Menhirs may be found singly as monoliths, or as part of a group of similar stones. Their size can vary considerably; but their shape is generally
uneven and squared, often tapering towards the top.
Menhirs are widely distributed across Europe, Africa, and Asia, but are most numerous in Western Europe; in particular in Ireland, Great Britain and
Brittany. In northwest France there are 1,200 menhirs.  They originate from many different periods across pre-history, and were erected as part of
a larger Megalithic culture that flourished in Europe and beyond.
So if this is so then has there been some kind of Megalithic culture that flourished on the moon eons ago?
Well okay enough it’s up to you guys the longer I watch this the more rocks and dust I see.
[edit on 11/15/2009 by 0bserver1]