November 11, 2014

Alien Craft Wing And Ancient Tech Found In New Mars Photo, Nov 2014, UFO Sighting News. Video.


Date of discovery: November 9, 2014
Location of discovery: Mars
Description: MSL 778 MAST 100
Photo Source: http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/164557






A reader here at UFO Sightings Daily left a comment about Gigapan NASA photos being worth looking over. I checked it out and my eyeballs almost popped out of my head. It was hard to believe that NASA allowed so much to get through without much filtering. Notice I said not much. This particular photos has hundreds of faces big and small all over, but more importantly I found a fragment of a alien craft. This photo and the others here were added in Oct-Nov of this year, so its a new index. Apparently NASA servers couldn't handle the size so they put them on Gigipan. I saw a few large head laying around. There were even three heads with helmets laying next to one another. Each being about 2 meters across or more. 
The above photo is normal color. Anomaly appears to be made of gold. 
Below is a long broken ships (drone) solid form to withstand massive barrage of fire. On day, DARPA will be making drones that are much stronger...meaning solid so they can not be destroyed so easily. 
 Can you see the face on the top of the rock in the photo below. It is just one of hundreds in this photo. I saw dozens of different alien species faces. 
 Below is very odd. A white wall was made in the crack of some ancient structure or craft. This white wall looks like it was made recently, indicating something small and alive lives within. 
Below is part of a spacecraft. 
Do you want to help the UFO community? Search the Gigipan index and use a screen recorder to record it. Then post them to Youtube with the words UFO Sighting in the title. We will find it. Oh...always...always include the URL so it can be confirmed by us. Thanks, SCW

6 comments:

  1. sorry but the white wall is clearly the ground behind it the rock just have a hole and you see the ground behind it

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    1. You have to look at the original photo and zoom in as much as possible to see that its a wall. In this screenshot it looks debatable, but in the original, its surprisingly there.

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  2. Sorry guys, I updated the URL. Now it takes you directly there.

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  3. go to the gig pan view and look at the sky only; I count a total of at least 15 black objects in the sky as you pan from left to right. some lower in the sky than others.

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  4. Does anyone see a face in the white wall

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  5. The one thing that is incredible here is the apparent wing or pod. If not for what looks like a blast mark, which apparent separated this object from what ever it was attached to, I'd say that more likely than not, we're just looking at an unusual pair of rocks, not that I'd be able to say for certain anyways with more of a focused close-up. Not that our kind hosts, NASA would likely share the results with us, so we'd need an unaffiliated party to fulfill those needs.

    While their at it, they should also try taking another focused picture of the Cydonia region. No offense NASA, but I just can't take your word, or pictures for that matter, for granted.

    Ditto for all of the other unusual objects that have been spotted. Right now, I'd have to say that more likely than not, they are just unusual rock formations, and the "broken-up scrapheap of a ship" just looks like a broken up rock. I'd expect a ship to look more metal-like than mineral-like, and this object looks more like the opposite, and we should also be able to see some interior from such a wreck, but inside, it is nothing but sand. Granted, I can't deny that there is the possibility of ships that appear more rock-like than metallic, or are carved or made out of melted non-metalic minerals, which are put into casts, cooled, and there you have your ship parts. This has been done in fiction.

    As always, I'd need a more focused, clearer quality photo to be sure, so until then, I can't completely discard the possibilities.


    By the way, I've left a lot of nice, long comments that I've spent a good deal of time typing, only to find that they haven't appeared yet. Only some short ones have.

    Any reason for this? Because I hate devoting time to writing some nice comments, making a lot of speculations, only for them not to appear! It kind of makes me think that perhaps it just isn't worth leaving any comments here, if they aren't guaranteed to appear! This one itself must've taken me a good 20 minutes.

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