September 7, 2016
The Monuments Of Mars – A City On The Edge Of Forever by Richard C. Hoagland is a phenomenal expedition into much maligned subject of space oddities du jour.
Predictably, the subject of Mars and evidence of ruins in space of an ancient civilization is one of those subjects that polarizes people between the devout believers, and the skeptics. Regardless of what people believe, however, Hoagland takes an incisive approach in outlining all the data he and his colleagues have collated that reveal that NASA has undertaken a cover up of enormous proportions.
Hoagland searches for artificial evidence from places such as “The Face” of Mars, which was discovered by the Viking Mission, and also gives an in-depth look at Cydonia. In these locales he finds geometrically precise anomalies that should not be there whatsoever.
Whether one agrees with Hoagland or not, his reasoned and logical approach is coherent, cogent, and exceptionally academic in its precision. This man [and a whole community of researchers] has found compelling data that should be taken quite seriously about artificial structures in places like Mars, the Moon, Iapetus and more.
The author also makes a substantial case in connecting the Egyptian Great pyramid to Mars. That in and of itself should be quite troublesome, because, as the author notes:
“…what were the random probabilities that there would exist two isolated worlds, both with “pyramids” and “sphinxes,” and now, that the one site on this planet where the most perfect, most archtypal forms still stand – Cairo – would also form the key linguistic bridge that links those worlds…!?“[Bold Emphasis Added]
Synchronistically enough, Cairo means Mars in arabic. How about those pyramids?
In its totality, this is a book that should have flipped everything we know about history, space, and more, on its face [no pun intended]. Of course, predictably, that didn’t happen.
Which was quite predictable given that the mainstream media is utterly controlled by a handful of corporations – literally [Click Here For More].
That’s why it’s up to individuals on the grassroots level to examine the book by themselves, and come up to their own conclusions. That’s one of the only ways we as a society are going to get at the core of the truth.
Hoagland’s breathtaking venture into the fringe has definitely located some data gems that should taken quite seriously and examined at the minimum. If only a sliver of what he says is true, everything in the history of mankind changes forever.
 Richard C. Hoagland, The Monuments Of Mars – A City On The Edge Of Forever pg. 289.