Originally posted by stirling
reply to post by NewThor7
The Zulu peopled Mars origonally.....
There was a war in space....
The most beautiful women of the mars people were transported to earth for safety....
The vehicle in which they travelled was called a MERKIVA
Oddly enough, in Hebrw language, the word for GODS CHARIOT is the word MERKAVA
Originally posted by rattan1
Originally posted by MrDarkPhoenix
who was it created by ? i mean they say it "ARTIFICIAL" if it true it was not naturally created correct ?
Soviet scientists have thought that there was something artificial about Phobos in general, because its almost perfect circular orbit around Mars at such proximity to the planet defies the laws of celestial motion: Phobos, and to some extent Deimos, too, should have elliptical orbits that would have either thrown them off into space or made them crash into Mars a long time ago.
In the 1960s it was noticed that Phobos was speeding up its orbit around Mars; this led Soviet scientists to suggest that Phobos was lighter than its size warrants.
The Soviet physicist I. S. Shklovsky then offered the astounding hypothesis that Phobos was hollow.
Other Soviet writers then speculated that Phobos was an, “artificial satellite” put into Mars orbit by “an extinct race of humanoids millions of years ago.”
The Soviet report says regarding the “tracks” , It calls them “grooves,” reports that their sides are of a brighter material than the moonlet’s surface, and, what is indeed a revelation, that in the area west of the large crater, “new grooves can be identified”—grooves or tracks that were not there when Mariner 9 and the Vikings took pictures of the moonlet.
Said Aldrin on C-SPAN in July 2009:
"Visit the moon of Mars.
There's a monolith there - a very unusual structure on this little potato-shaped object (Phobos) that goes around Mars once every seven hours.
When people find out about that they are going to say, ‘Who put that there? Who put that there?’ Well, uh, the universe put it there, or if you choose, God put it there.”