Get ready for a cosmic thrill because we’re about to embark on an interplanetary journey to the red planet: Mars!
But hold onto your spacesuits because we’re not just talking about barren landscapes and dusty rocks.
Mars has a secret stash of mind-boggling alien structures that’ll make your brain do the moonwalk!
Picture yourself cruising through the Martian terrain, and out of the corner of your eye, you spot structures that make your eyeballs pop out like a jack-in-the-box.
Remember the infamous “Face of Mars” in Cydonia?
These alien structures take that mystery and crank it up to eleven.
It’s like Mars is playing a cosmic game of “Hide and Seek” with us.
Are we looking at remnants of an ancient Martian civilization?
Artifacts On Mars: Keyhole GeoGlyph
Although not as infamous as the face of mars, this geoglyph still has a star role to play.
This keyhole structure is not your average run-of-the-mill erosion.
This glyph is shouting from the rooftops, revealing multiple geometric consistencies that just scream “artificial design!”
The images reveal an anomalous structure composed of a triangular and circular component, resembling a keyhole-shape formation that exhibits a unique set of geometric measurements.
The claim of intelligent design is offered and a geologist and geoscientist examine natural mechanisms that could contribute to the formation of these combined features. A terrestrial comparison of aesthetic and iconographic motifs is investigated.
These ridges are all about that perfect bilateral symmetry.
Take a peek at figure 12.b, and you’ll see examples of this awesome symmetry with a and c.
Now, let’s focus on the middle layers (a, c, b, d) and the top layers (e, f, g, h) of this structure.
There is really no visual evidence that this wedge and dome were thrust upwards by faulting. In fact, if the extended line running across the terrain (Figure. 9) is a fault line, it runs between the wedge and the dome. If one side is thrust up the other side must be down. This is not the case nor is there evidence of thrusting anywhere else along this line.
It does not seem logical to have two structures totally isolated on an open plain side by side and exposed to the same erosional forces to exhibit such dramatic, geometrically opposing shapes.
It’s a wild and wacky tale of intersecting lines, symmetry, and a trapezoid.
The line right smack in the middle of good old i and j decides to crash the party and intersects with the top, middle, and bottom layers of those ridges.
This monstrous beast of a geoglyph isn’t exclusive just to the planet Mars.
We find this fascinating bad boy of a structure in ancient Japan.
Even people who specialize in the field of geomorphology (study of how rocks, rivers, are formed) are completely dumbfounded.
William sanders who specializes in the field of geomorphology, states it’s very unlikely this was caused natural erosion.
The next problem is the formations opposing surfaces. Each of these rock formations would have to be of a different composition or were acted upon by separate forces to produce such radically opposing shapes. The circular dome-shape is highly degraded, while the sharp, linear edges of the wedge structure indicate it has undergone very little alteration.
This leaves a third explanation, which suggests that it was intentionally transported and positioned by intelligent forces. –William Saunders, Geomorphologist From Calgary Canada