ANCIENT CITIES ON MARS: lost civilizations of the red planet
Dylan Clearfield, author
This is a book for researchers and Mars enthusiasts alike. In it you will find both true science and far-reaching imagination. Be advised: many of the photographs in this book are so revealing that you may be convinced by them that intelligent life exists on Mars now or else once did. Some of the images will clearly show: a portion of an ancient highway system once used on Mars, the close up of the metal remains of a destroyed alien vehicle on the surface of the planet, the front entrance and overhang of a huge building complex, a sharply legible mathematical formula written on a rocky cliff by an intelligent entity to draw the attention of the outside universe, and other proof of a civilization that once populated Mars which are too numerous to specify. New evidence that life once existed on Mars will be provided in this book. Recently released, never before seen images from Mars will be included along with photographs taken decades ago which have never before been examined. Images of office buildings, scientific complexes, great bridges and other more ancient sites will be seen here for the first time. Did Mars ever have an advanced civilization? If so, what happened to it? Is the red planet currently the base of operations for an outsider extra-terrestrial species? It seems likely, and they don’t welcome intruders. This has been demonstrated by numerous attacks made on exploratory space probes that had been sent from Earth. Sounds like fiction but it is all fact! The list of sabotaged missions to Mars is extensive, including the destruction of a Russian craft by a UFO caught on video and reproduced in this book. These are the people who Percival Lowell spotted on the red planet so long ago and whose presence has been verified by photographs from the surface. A great deal is covered in this unique book. Some of it is speculation, but the factual accounts prove that life once existed on Mars and is now present in the form of alien invaders.