U.S. researchers allege EBEs on Mars
by Alfred Lambremont Webre
American lawyer Andrew D. Basiago on Exopolitics radio talks about his insights about evidence of life on Mars in NASA photographs PIA10214, which is a panoramic montage of a series of snapshots of the Martian surface that were taken by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit in 2007, when Spirit was perched on the western edge of the Home Plate Plateau in the inner basin of the Columbia Hills range inside the Gusev Crater on Mars. Mr. Basiago used legal methodological approaches to uncover critical evidence of life of Mars.
Andrew D. Basiago is a lawyer, writer, and environmental scholar educated at UCLA and the University of Cambridge. He maintains a private law practice in Washington State. He was the editor of Exopolitics: Politics, Government, and Law in the Universe (Universe Books, 2005) and The Fatima Trilogy (Anomalist Books, 2007). In 2008, Andy discovered a cosmic treasure trove of life forms and ancient artifacts on Mars in photographs taken by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. He presented his findings in a landmark paper entitled The Discovery of Life on Mars and founded the Mars Anomaly Research Society (MARS) to foster research, disclosure, and education about the fact that Mars is inhabited and craft law and public policy pertaining to the discovery of life on Mars.
Evidence four typologies of possible humanoids are apparent in the NASA photograph:
(1) First typology: Humanoid beings with bulbous heads and spindly bodies, like the Gray "extraterrestrials" of the UFO literature;
(2) Second typology: Transparent forms, like glass totems; (3) Third typology: Human-insect hybrids, such as The Scorpion Man that can be seen in The Turquoise Field; Human-reptile hybrids, such as the Gumby Lizards that can be seen in and around The Rock Garden; and beings with humanoid heads and larval, worm-like, or slug-like bodies that can be seen throughout photograph PIA10214;
(4) Fourth typology: The forms that are almost "all head," which might not be a life form but a building.
Evidence of intelligent humanoid life on Mars suppressed by NASA includes:
(1) Abstract artwork, with many carved heads and faces formed from indigenous rocks predominating; bas reliefs and intaglios on the sides of rocks, which are also ubiquitous; and ground drawings seen in the far distance from both the western edge of the Home Plate Plateau in PIA10214 and the southern edge of the Home Plate Plateau in PIA11049;
(2) Architecture, including The Face of the Bull that can be seen on the right edge of the Home Plate Plateau, which is a terraced, multi-levelled platform that might have once have served as a home or a viewing platform at a natural vista point that overlooks the valley terrain depicted in PIA10214.
About the writer:
Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd is the author of Exopolitics: Politics, Government and Law in the Universe Universebooks.com. This is a book that helped found the field of "Exopolitics" – the science of relations between human society and advanced Extraterrestrial civilizations in the Universe. Exopolitics uses as a case study human contact with an advanced civilization on Mars. Alfred has proposed a Truth Amnesty-Disclosure process to facilitate release of advanced ET-derived New Energy technologies to heal the biosphere, to establish the fact that our solar system is inhabited, and to create a sustainable, peaceful Space Age society. He is the founder of Exopolitics.com, a leading exopolitical news website, and host of Exopoliticsradio.com.
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