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Post  Leander8 on Mon Jan 02, 2012 8:02 pm

A number of writers, myself included, have detailed the circumstantial…but extensive…evidence of past civilizations on our Moon and on Mars, and probably elsewhere in our Solar System. Given that the Moon seems never to have had much of an atmosphere, its inhabitants presumably came from elsewhere, and the simplest and most likely explanation is that all the mysterious structures on the Moon and on Mars were built by the same space-faring race, and that they likely originated on Mars, or, quite possibly, here on Earth in the remote past. And, just because many of the structures appear to be ruins, we shouldn’t assume that the builders have all died or departed. They may very well still be there; after all, we have numerous ruined structures here on Earth, and we’re still here. In fact, at least some UFOs may originate from Mars and from our Moon.

No one has been more outspoken regarding the evidence for civilizations in our own Solar System than Richard Hoagland. In books like The Monuments of Mars and Dark Mission, he has made his case for this and also proposed an alternative theory of physics. He is not the primary architect of this theory, but he is its chief popularizer.

In Dark Mission he suggests that the ancient builders seem to have constructed enormous domes covering and enclosing vast areas of the Lunar surface, probably as habitats for themselves. There would have been air and water inside, and perhaps gardens or farms, perhaps an entire eco system. He describes a very artificial-looking structure known as the “Shard” in the Sinus Medii region of the Moon, near the crater Flammarion, a mile and a half tall structure which looks transparent or translucent, which he suggests may be a remnant of a dome, now largely destroyed by eons of meteor bombardment. Near the Shard is the “Tower/Cube,” a cubical structure over a mile across, atop a tower some seven miles tall; this structure also appears to be transparent or translucent, and Hoagland suggests that both it and the Shard are remnants of a larger dome. He points out that Surveyor Six photographed what looks like atmospheric refraction near the Lunar horizon, which he interprets as sunlight shining through the remnants of yet another dome. Apollo Ten photographed what looked like a huge city on the Moon, in the Ukert region, composed of rectilinear structures (such structures are also found in several locations on Mars and on Mars’ moon, Phobos). The Lunar city appears to be blurred and distorted, as though seen through glass. Hoagland describes the “Castle,” a huge structure somehow suspended about nine miles above the Lunar surface between the Triesnecker Crater and the Hygenus Rille, and believes that he can barely make out a cable holding it up (presumably anchored to some structures not clearly visible). Hoagland mentions other apparent domes, or the remnants of domes, across the Mare Crisium area, and the Russian Zond Three photograph of a twenty mile high tower in Oceanus Procellarum. He points out that Apollo Twelve astronaut Alan Bean said that space seen from the Lunar surface was black, but shiny…as if (Hoagland suggests) he was looking through glass. Also, Earth photographed near the Lunar horizon looked distorted, as though seen through refracting glass. Hoagland includes many of the photographs in his book, and, whether you agree or disagree with his dome hypothesis, the evidence is compelling that something very, very strange is present on our Moon.


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