January 26, 2017

A few interesting alien artifacts that I found today on Mars, Jan 2017, 6 photos, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: January 26, 2017
Location of discovery: Mars

Here are just a few alien artifacts that I found in a Mars photo today. Above see see the well carved lines of a corner stone. Below are many other artifacts like a carved face with a crown, a long perfectly shaped hollow pipe sticking out of the rubble and much more. Going through these photos makes me feel for them. Mars looks like a difficult place already to survive, but for a disaster to hit on such scale that it would destroy stone or 3D printed solid materials like this, its just mind blowing. There was also an entrance to one of the large solid structures, but the entrance had a closed door to it that was rectangle in shape, compared to the entrance with was curved in shape. 
Scott C. Waring







5 comments:

  1. This definitely a collapsed building of some kind. If you cut the picture vertically in 5 equal parts, then zoom in on the first fifth on your left hand side, you'll find a definitely machined part looking like the neck of a guitar or something, and just some inches to the left is a little machined axis sticking out of the ground, This Is Amazing !!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. The first picture which looks like the top of a Roman pillar,
    I just cannot think in my mind how this could be caused by nature,prove once again beyond doubt!!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Scott - just look to the right of that pipe and you will see another pipe with small alien in suit beside it. (Beside rock) these small aliens show up quite often on giga pan pictures. They seem to be found on hillsides and in flat bottom area beside hillsides.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I'm surprised you didn't claim the first pic showed 'Martian stuffed crust pizza'

    ReplyDelete
  5. Scott- also, if you go down the hillside from the face with crown statue, there is a little alien half buried in sand. He has on yellow /white suit with black visor.

    ReplyDelete