NASA began sharing the images of the Viking Mars missions in 1976. The spacecraft started to send images of the surface of the red planet back to earth showing ancient riverbeds, what appear to be pyramids, and an enormous face. The prospects that Mars once had a modern civilization existing there has sparked the interest of the science community, astronomers, and has caused some to devote their entire lives in researching all evidence they can get to prove that the planet once had a thriving modern civilization and still may have inhabitants living mostly underground today. People like Richard Hoagland who began gathering as much information as possible since the Viking images and published a book “The Monuments of Mars a City on the Edge of Forever” where he uses what evidence available to prove that Mars once had a thriving modern civilization.
Matteo Ianneo has also devoted his life to discovering clues of past modern civilizations, while primarily of Mars, he also investigates all information on other planets in the solar system and of earth as well.
But just how accurate and truthful are the Martian images? In the decades since the Viking photographs, it seems NASA has improved the quality of its images, showing a desert environment, mountains, and even ice. Most NASA images we have seen recently are so strikingly similar to the topography of earth, many question if these images were really taken here and presented to the public as being of the surface of Mars.
It seems that many of them are really from earth, not from Mars at all. It appears that NASA has decided to take pictures of their Mars training spot here on earth and present them to the public as authentic images of the red planet.
Today, way too many NASA images of Mars can be traced to their Martian training site on Devon Island, Canada. Here the topography is exactly a carbon copy of the images they tell us is the Martian surface.
Recently in 2018, the European Space Agency’s Mars Express spacecraft supposedly sent back an image of an ice covered Korolev Crater on the plain that surrounds the Martian north pole. The only problem with this, it is actually a photograph of the Haughton impact crater located on Devon Island here on earth.
This little indiscretion isn’t the only image claiming to be from Mars, but is actually a location from earth that can be traced from comparing what NASA says are Martian images. If you visit NASA’s Mars Curiosity Image Gallery and then search the topography of Devon Island, Canada on a search engine, you will find that most images that NASA is claiming to be from Mars, are actually fake, having been taken from Devon Island.
There can be only one explanation for NASA to fake pictures from Mars and that is they discovered a lot more of an intelligent civilization on this planet during the Viking missions than they are willing to admit to. The area where the Viking mission landed was desert, but as we can observe from earth, not all of the planet is a desert.
During the year, large areas on the surface of mars changes color, from a dull reddish tan color in winter, then getting darker during spring, to dark areas during the Martian summer. This constant seasonal color change would not be possible without massive plant life changing color according to seasonal changes.
The modern Martian civilization the Viking mission encountered had to have ordered us to leave the planet and never return, similar to what we were told on the moon, explaining why we never went back.
The failure rate of missions to the red planet are suspiciously high, too high to rack up as coincidences. In the 1990s alone, 4 out of 6 Mars missions failed, and this is nothing compared to the failed Russian Mars missions since the 1960s.
Since NASA began to send images of Mars in 1976, they have to keep up the facade to the public, primarily because they have to show the public that they are making great strides into new discoveries on Mars, as well as keeping the funding coming in. This is now a proven fact, they are lying to the public and faking images they say are from Mars, but are really from Devon Island, Canada.
Written By: Tony R Elliott
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