Date of discovery: Jan 31, 2017
Location of discovery: Mars
Source photo 1: http://areo.info/mer/opportunity/3058/tn/1P399657347ESFBVKFP2402L5M1_L2L5L5L7L7.jpg.html
Source photo 2: http://areo.info/mer/opportunity/3060/tn/1P399826562ESFBVKFP2404L5M1_L2L5L5L7L7.jpg.html
In these two Opportunity rover photos we have an alien face staring off into the distance. Its chin held high to show its pride, its round ear hole, its slight ridge of a nose...yes, its a reptilian.
A lot of readers beg me not to report the faces, because I could be a major leader in the UFO researcher community if I over look them. I don't want to be anyones leader. I am only seeking the truth, which must never be ignored...for any reason.
Some confused people may even say this is Pareidolia, which is the illusion of seeing faces everywhere. I have masters in counselling and could easily open my own counselling office and charge $100+ US an hour. I know psychology, and yet, I'm at your disposal here. Pareidolia is seeing something thats not real...but as you see in these photos...they are real. You see, Pareidolia is the latest and greatest word used by the CIA to make you believe that what you see, is not what you see. CIA are trained at using psychology to manipulate the masses and its working. Remember they use to call every UFO in the sky a weather balloon. Then decades later they started using the work Venus. Now they use the term Pareidolia. Many of the faces I have reported on this site have better detail of a human like head than many sculpted or carved heads in the Louve museum in Paris. So...does that mean the artistically made heads in the Louve are not real...that its Pareidolia? Psychology would say yes. Pschology would also say the carved faces of US presidents in Mount Rushmore is also Pareidolia. Even the simple act of looking in the mirror...so, as you can see, Pareidolia is a flawed theory, because you see philosophy would say its impossible to prove that you yourself are even real. So, looking in a mirror at yourself, is Pareidolia. What I'm saying is that the only thing here that isn't real...is the word Pareidolia. Its made up as an easy excuse for those doctors who don't wish to dive deeper into the true source. Pareidolia does not exist. Something can therefore look like something else. My son looks like me...Pareidolia? Of course not. If you dive deeper, we find its genetics.
Scott C. Waring