posted on May, 5 2012 @ 06:44 AM
Anyone who has followed the writings and interviews of Richard Hoagland on NASA and Mars knows about his view that the agency has kept most of the
information gleaned about the planet from the public. Fascinating stuff -- especially the notion that Phobos could be an artificial body, and not a
Joseph P. Farrell, with his "Giza Death Star" book series takes the issue to an entirely new level. He postulates that millions of years ago there
was another Jupiter-sized planet in the Solar System, of which Mars was a moon. An interplanetary conflict destroyed the large planet, and put also
permanent scars on the surface of Mars.
Interestingly, he also posits that the survivors of the conflict may have had a pivotal role in the development of mankind. Given the fact that the
destroyed planet was much larger than Earth, and therefore the gravitational forces stronger, it would have hosted larger, more robust life forms.
This fits in with the Genesis 6 verses which speak about the "sons of god" mating with the "daughters of man" and the fact that the former were
giants, likewise the offspring of the pairings.