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Occult & Paranormal
  • Author:
    Richard Grossinger,Richard C. Hoagland
  • ISBN:
    1883319307
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    978-1883319304
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    Frog Books; 4th revised edition (October 1, 1996)
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    600 pages
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Richard Hoagland has really been very successful because, as you know, not only do we. .

Richard Hoagland has really been very successful because, as you know, not only do we have the Mars Observer coming up, but he has managed to convince the President to state that a return to Mars is one of our major goals. In these locales he finds geometrically precise anomalies that should not be there whatsoever.

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The Monuments of Mars book. Here Hoagland redefines the solar system as a different place than NASA has presented. The book includes a new preface covering the Mars Global Surveyor photos and NASA's reactions.

Hoagland authored the book The Monuments of Mars: A City on the Edge of Forever (published in 1987), and co-authored the book Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA, which was ranked 21st on November 18, 2007 o.

Hoagland authored the book The Monuments of Mars: A City on the Edge of Forever (published in 1987), and co-authored the book Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA, which was ranked 21st on November 18, 2007 on The New York Times Best Seller list for paperback nonfiction. Richard Grossinger, the founder of North Atlantic Books, writes that. Hoagland Controversies.

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That book (348 pages, much smaller than this updated version) caused me to begin questioning the human belief system. That is to say I began to wonder about whether what we all have been taught to accept as 'fact' was in fact real. I began talking to everyone I knew about this, and discovered that even people I had previously thought to be open-minded were actually pretty closed minded on this subject.

Hoagland takes readers step by step through the NASA images and evidence that a former civilization may have lived on Mars.

Richard Grossinger (foreword) Richard C. new books · special offers · used books. Hoagland takes readers step by step through the NASA images and evidence that a former civilization may have lived on Mars. Photos, maps, and charts.

Hoagland, Richard C. (2002). Hoagland, Richard . Bara, Mike (2009). The Monuments of Mars: A City on the Edge of Forever (5th e. Berkeley: Frog, Ltd. Port Townsend: Feral House. Hoagland, Richard C. (2015).

In 1976, NASA sent four Viking spacecraft to Mars to photograph the planet and test for the presence of life. One of the orbiters photographed a mile-long mesa that uncannily resembled a human face. Hoagland takes readers step by step through the NASA images and evidence that a former civilization may have lived on Mars. Photos, maps, and charts.

Reddefender
Mr. Hoagland's book is revealing in all honesty what Brooking Institute is performing government research. In its report in 1960s, the Brooking Institute wrote, "The report has become noted for one short section titled, "The implications of a discovery of extraterrestrial life," which examines the potential implications of such a discovery on public attitudes and values. The section briefly considers possible public reactions to some possible scenarios for the discovery of extraterrestrial life, stressing a need for further research in this area. It recommends continuing studies to determine the likely social impact of such a discovery and its effects on public attitudes, including study of the question of how leadership should handle information about such a discovery and under what circumstances leaders will find it advisable to withhold such information from the public."

When we trust our teenagers to be responsible while driving. We can handle the truth about the existence other being. All the Holy Books do confirm that such beings do exist. The Brooking Institute does not think we can handle the truth, when the Lord God thinks we can. Whom do we believe God or human? The answer is God. Wonderful book for anyone who wants to know the truth.
Oso
Are we the product or leftovers from another more advanced civilization? Was our solar system engineered?
Is our moon, 2 of the moons of Mars and a moon of Saturn artificial? Is the tetrahedron at the center of
planetary physics (that pesty 19.5 degree angle)? Can all of interesting stuff be found at 19.5* north and
south of the equator (Mauna Loa and the pyramids on earth, Face of Mars on Mars, Big Spot on Jupiter)?

Richard's book can not answer all of these questions. What is discussed is the face of Mars and other
structures on the surface of Mars (pyramids) and the analysis behind the pronouncements . There are photos in
the book of the various structures, but the newer online satellite images should give a better view.

What is also discussed is the don't ask, don't tell NASA policy about anything out of this world, that was crafted in the 1950s
and still carries on today. This discussion leads into a question of whether there are 2 NASAs, one that we are
familiar with, and another that works in the dark and cleans up images and video before they are released to
the public.

The book also covers the struggles the author has had with NASA - both good and bad. The bad
revolves around the face(s) of Mars and the possible interpretations between rock and light tricks
and an set of actual artifacts on Mars. NASA 's updated flyover and image of the Face(s) that
was really trashed using computer de-enhancement. By comparison, ESA's image, that you can
find on-line, looks totally different (google Face of Mars).

So, is it science fiction or possibly fact? The reader has to make that decision. Thought provoking to say
the least.
Pruster
had a hard time being convinced that the photos showed nothing but rocks except perhaps the Face structure.
Diredefender
this is a very big book and takes a long time to read, it also gets very technical in science terms .still a fascinating book. photos included.
Cozius
Some photos, like that face, looked like a deliberate creation, and the tunnels looked legit, but most photos just looked like rocks that looked like things (pareidolia). I do believe that there are signs of life now or previously on Mars and the moon, but I think Hoagland was stretching to come to some of his conclusions. Still, it was a worthwhile book.
Talrajas
One I first saw this book around 1989 I was skeptical. I remarked to myself: "How gullible do they think we are?" BUT, after reading it, I was annoyed at NASA for not taking the face on Mars seriously. Richard C. Hoagland is one of the finest scientists alive. He has largely been self-taught, so was not corrupted by the mainstream thinking so prevalent at colleges and universities around the world.