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UFO Researcher Discovers Alien Bases On Mercury

Date: 07 January, 2018.

Place: Surface of planet Mercury.

In November 1973, NASA launched the Mariner 10 probe, which was the last spacecraft in the Mariner program. The probe was sent to study planet Mercury surface and atmosphere, creating the most detailed map of the small planet so far. However, the craft soon run out of fuel and ended up erratically orbiting around the sun.

Nonetheless, the images it sent were astonishing. They revealed that Mercury actually had a Moon-like surface: a lifeless, rocky ground with hundreds of craters and valleys. But, in recent times, the images have also been analysed by UFO researchers who affirm that that the planet may not be like we think.

According to an article published by famous ufologist and writer Scott C. Waring on his blog UFO Sightings Daily, he spotted in one of the photos sent by NASA’s spacecraft what he believes is a “grey alien base”.

Mr Waring, who affirms to have discovered alien bases on the Moon and on Mars, asserted that he discovered the alleged structures while reviewing some “old Mariner 10 archives”.

“I found these structures along the craters on planet Mercury in the old Mariner 10 archives”, he stated. “Remember this was normal film taking the photos, not digital cameras, meaning this is not possible at being pixilation”, he added.

The American UFO researcher, who is currently living in Taiwan, is of the opinion that these buildings have been built by aliens so as to “hide in the shadows”. “These structures are built on purpose to hide in the shadows, both for camouflage and for eye protection”, he expressed. “You see, some aliens, like the greys, have poor sight in the bright light and actually have a second eyelid that is dark and look like sunglasses in appearance”, he continued.

“This building may be one of theirs”, he commented.

Draw your own conclusions…

For more information: http://www.ufosightingsdaily.com/2018/01/grey-alien-base-found-on-planet-mercury.html


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