March 13, 2013
Martians ... Men from Mars ... are all part of the things we read about as children. We find references to Martians in films, literature, channelings, art, alien abductions, and perhaps physical evidence found across the landscape of planet Earth and below the surface. Many believe. Others don't. None of it seems important without the physical proof so many of us have long sought.
When you study metaphysics and conspiracy theories, you are told that intelligent life existed on physical Mars in ancient history, moving either below the surface or into ethereal form due to catastrophic events in the past. There are those who believe humans in this timeline can transport to Mars through some sort of 'stargate', setting up colonies below the surface - with or without extraterrestrial intervention. There is allegedly a link between the moon, the gray aliens, Mars, and the creation of humans. From a scientific perspective, any goes. Only the future will bring the truth ... hopefully
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Percival Lowell Google Videos
Percival Lowell was a businessman, author, mathematician, and astronomer who fueled speculation that there were canals on Mars, founded the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, and formed the beginning of the effort that led to the discovery of Pluto 14 years after his death. The choice of the name Pluto and its symbol were partly influenced by his initials PL.
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Giovanni Schiaparelli Google Videos
Giovanni Schiaparelli was an award winning Italian astronomer and science historian. Schiaparelli peered through his telescope one evening in 1877 and discovered what he took to be the Red Planet's famous canals giving rise to waves of hypotheses, speculation, and folklore about the possibility of intelligent life on Mars, the Martians. As it turned out, the canals were an optical illusion, but current research suggests water once flowed on Mars.
Among the most fervent supporters of the artificial-canal hypothesis was the American astronomer Percival Lowell, who spent much of his life trying to prove the existence of intelligent life on the red planet. After Lowell's death in 1916, astronomers developed a consensus against the canal hypothesis, but the popular concept of Martian canals excavated by intelligent Martians remained in the public mind for the first half of the 20th century, and inspired a corpus of works of classic science fiction.
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