Earth Ancients

Special Earth Ancients Edition: The Ruins of Mars

Special Earth Ancients Edition: The Ruins of Mars

Special Earth Ancients Edition: The Ruins of Mars

Recently, Earth Ancients has presented programs revealing evidence of ancient archeology on the surface of Mars. These programs were designed to highlight scientific research which was suppressed by NASA or dismissed as pseudoscience by the scientific community.

When the “Face on Mars” was first imaged and presented to the public in 1976, NASA immediately claimed that they were a trick of the light. Additional images were taken of the Cydonia region of Mars, which later presented an amazing variety of buildings, pyramids, and structures that were identified and studied by a number of independent scientific groups. The most noted of these groups, The Society for Planetary SETI Research (SPSR), is an organization made up of image specialists and other scientific disciplines.

Our program features members of SPSR as we present new evidence of archeology on Mars.

George J. Haas is the founder of the Mars research group, The Cydonia Institute (EST1991). His research encompasses over 20 years of study and analysis of NASA and ESA photographs of the surface of Mars.  He’s the author ofThe Martian Codex: More Reflections from Mars, and Cydonia Codex: Reflections from Mars

Dr. Mark Carlotto, Mark J. Carlotto is an image scientist with 30 years of experience in satellite remote sensing and digital image processing. His first book, The Martian Enigmas (North Atlantic Books, 1996), describes in detail his analysis of imagery of the Face and other unusual objects on the surface of Mars. He’s also the author of The Cydonia Controversy.

Dr. John E. Brandenburg is a plasma physicist working as a consultant at Morningstar Applied Physics LLC and as a part-time instructor of Astronomy, Physics, and Mathematics at Madison College, in Madison, Wisconsin. He’s the author of Life and Death on Mars (2010), and Dead Mars, Dying Earth (1999) with Monica Rix Paxson.

December 3, 2016