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For the past several weeks, we’ve been focusing our Saturday night shows exclusively on Mars — specifically, on the remarkable results coming out of NASA’s latest robotic mission to the Red Planet, the Perseverance rover and its “little friend,” the diminutive helicopter it carried with it to Jezero Crater, Ingenuity.

Well, we’ve had a MAJOR breakthrough:

After much public discussion on the show, re the wide variety of official NASA evidence we have assembled and put forward, supporting the “explosive” existence of “an ancient, extremely eroded GLASS dome still stretching over Jezero …” NASA took ANOTHER series of “all-sky imaging frames” this past week.

And–

They INCONTROVERTIBLY confirm the existence of this extradinary dome … in all its glistening, prismatic, geometric glory!

In addition, JPL also ordered its 10 power telescope carried on the rover (its so-called “Supercam” …) to photograph, close-up, a remarkable ~300-foot-long feature about a mile and a half away from Percy’s landing site, on a remarkable 700-foot-wide structure we have dubbed “the Temple.”

For, on the side of “the Temple” (called “Kodiak” by NASA …) facing Perseverance, lies an 80-foot high curving 3-D “panel” … on which a series of three-dimensional, sculpted “friezes” plainly can be seen … a stunningly obvious, artistic Architectural Creation … on the planet Mars!

Join us … as we explore — with the amazing images themselves! — the latest Art and Architecture of the Planet Mars ….

Richard C. Hoagland

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Trump Administration Suddenly Announces

Why the Fury to Return to Mars?

Find Out “Why” Here:

Click on Image for The Presidential Briefing

Trailerhttps://youtu.be/G7rLvWy8Ih0

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Richard’s Items:

1. Chinese rocket debris lands in Indian Ocean, draws criticism from NASA


 

2. 1st historical figures chosen for American Women Quarters program


 

3. Listen to NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter in Flight

 

 

4. NASA Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Testing Media Reel


 

 

5. SpaceX launches Starship SN15 rocket and sticks the landing in high-altitude test flight


 

 

6.Hitler’s Nazi mastermind predicted how ‘Elon’ would rule Mars after World War 2
https://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/1433832/hitler-nazi-germany-elon-musk-mars-world-war-2-v2-rockets-moon-landing-apollo-nasa-spt

 

 

7. Percy-Science-Route-Sol-72


 

 

8. Ingenuity-PIA24629-new-airfield


 

 

9. jezero_lcam_color_linear-UMSF-enhanced-landing-sightline-to-south-pyramids


 

 

10. Ingenuity-View-of-Pyramids-SSW


 

 

11. jezero_lcam_color_linear-UMSF-enhanced-landing-sightline-to-south-pyramids


 

 

12-Percy-All-Sky-Nav-Sol-73-Sorenson-UMSF-enhanced2-Bob-plus-Richard


 

 

13. Percy-All-sky-Images-Comp


 

 

14. Percy-All-Sky-Nav-Sol-73-Bob-plus-Richard-Comp-enhanced


 

 

 

15. Percy-All-Sky-Nav-Sol-73-Sorenson-UMSF-enhanced2-Bob-plus-Richard-contrast-fisheye-distortion-corrected-negative-Comp


 

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 Bob’s Items:

1. OSOM_Skyscape1


 

 

2. Possible Arcologies North of Jezero Crater
http://www.cydoniaquest.com/ImageDay_30.htm

 

 

3A. Inca City – Mars’s Buried, Really Ancient Super Arcology Ruin?


 

 

3B. The Changing View of Inca City


 

 

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3D. “Inca City” is Part of a Circular Feature
https://www.msss.com/mars_images/moc/8_2002_releases/incacity/

 

 

4. MRO HiRISE images of Inca City
https://www.uahirise.org/results.php?keyword=inca&order=release_date&submit=Search

 

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Robert Harrison

Website Cydonia Quest

Bob is a keen investor and after achieving his dream of financial independence decided to “retire” from the rat race in 2010. As a “child of the Space Age”, Bob was fascinated by space exploration and speculations about extra-terrestrial life from an early age. These have continued to be interests for him. Dr. Carl Sagan’s early speculations about the possible artificiality of the “Elysium Pyramids” on Mars have had a long term impact on his thinking.

In June 2000 Bob began the Cydonia Quest website as a personal exploration of the evidence for very ancient ET ruins in our Solar System. To date the research has mostly concentrated on Mars, and especially Cydonia. The website was inspired by the work of Richard C. Hoagland and his many collaborators in this field. Cydonia Quest is intended to be an additional resource to Hoagland’s own popular Enterprise Mission (TEM) website. It has also explored some of TEM’s more “out there” theories.

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Keith Morgan

Websites:    http://TheMorganCurve.com

The Morgan Curve BLOG: TheMorganCurve.com/wordpress/

Sound Engineer for 'The Other Side of Midnight' and 'The Other Side of the News'

Keith Morgan has been an Electronics Technician with ABC News in Washington DC since 1982. He has a BA in Communications from Howard University with a minor in Computer Science. He helped build Howard Universities TV station, WHMM, now WHUT. He worked at WRC Channel 4 in Washington in 1980. Keith is discoverer of what has been coined the Morgan Curve on Mars. He has researched the Mars anomalies since 1988 after  purchasing “The Monuments of Mars”. He worked with Nightline with Ted Koppel. Keith  was instrumental in getting a face to face between Richard Hoagland and Ted Koppel. He also supplied the show with information which was used in various shows about Mars and Europa. Keith thinks he now knows why the face is on Mars, and who is buried within, based on Sumerian writings over 6000 years old.

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Ron Gerbron

Member of the Enterprise Mission Imaging Team

Ron is a proudly uncredentialed polymath with a deep interest in the study of archeology, especially Martian archeology. Ron was raised on a farm in Pennsylvania collecting arrowheads as a child.  He found the programmatic aspect of education too limiting after attending a famous Quaker school in PA. Ahead of his studies and his time, he attempted to contort himself into attending college; before he gave up on academia and left to travel overseas. Throughout all this time, he has focused his core attention on the metrology of our paleo history, particularly on other planets, and especially Mars.

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Andrew Currie

Website:acstoryboards.com

Andrew A. Currie began his artistic career as a community public artist, working with neighbourhood groups to create murals in schools and community centres. As a graphic designer and illustrator, he serviced small to large Canadian companies. For the past decade, he has worked as a storyboard artist and concept illustrator in film and television, and in commercial tv advertising. Andrew has a Bachelor of Arts from The University of British Columbia, a diploma in graphic design and illustration, and a Masters in Art Therapy.

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Timothy Saunders

Website: www.tsyd.com

Timothy Saunders is a British national who grew-up near to the south coast of the United Kingdom. Positively influenced by the nearby yachting and shipping scene, he chose his ideal career path at the age of ‘ten’ when he decided to become a yacht designer. He studied Industrial Design at the coveted Coventry University and is fortunate to have been chosen by many of the world’s highly revered yacht Design Studios to work on an array of live projects of different sizes, styles and uses, during what he affectionately calls his apprenticeship years. In 1999 Timothy established his independent Design Studio and rapidly became involved in originating a new generation of Super and Megayachts ranging in size from 9-270m (30-886 ft), which gained increasing positive notoriety while exhibiting his work at the Monaco Yacht Show and other prestigious venues. Timothy will see the launch of a 90m Megayacht and a 50m Super Sail yacht later this year and says, “it is very rewarding to breathe life into these innovative projects which are ultimately positive reflections of each satisfied Owner”. Timothy Saunders Yacht Design LTD continues to evolve and develop multiple iconic custom Super and Megayacht projects for local and international clients.

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7 Comments so far:

  1. Patricia Duncan says:

    I am a member and cannot find any links to listen to last weekend’s broadcast on Art and Architecture of Mars.  Other programs have the appropriate links.  Was Art and Architecture somehow not recorded?  I am disappointed, as the content would have been really interesting.

  2. Jeff says:

    What does Club 19.5 cost $19.95 and not $19.50?
     

  3. Mythterious MrBlack says:

    WOAH… where can I get the ‘David Icke Decoder Ring & Glasses’ you guys must be using? A door in the rocks? A wall of souls? Kitty cats everywhere?
    I gotta have that decoder ring & spectacles so I too can see through the Mars matrix. (grins)

  4. Tim Jones says:

    Who works on this site It is extremely hard to navigate.

    • Thea says:

      Unfortunately…the website template is OLD…and needs to be updated…actually REDESIGNED.
      I cannot take on that massive task…Kynthea

  5. It would make sense that mushrooms (fungi) might due particularly well on Mars because they have no chlorophyll and because they do not use photosynthetic sunlight very much – something that is much less intense on Mars.  For the same reason fungi might do better towards the poles where sunlight is even rarer.  They are CHEMOsynthetic, not PHOTOsynthetic.

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