In tandem with his 7/2/13 appearance, Richard C. Hoagland sends a set of images & descriptions related to his presentation to the Coast To Coast radio program.
1) (Above) NASA close-up of the infamous “Face on Mars,” revealing that the eastern (right) side is composed, not of rock, but of some kind of “exotic materials” — which brilliantly reflect light, and create intense “prismatic colors” in the process — totally unnatural behavior for any “natural” Martian mesa.
2) Two side-by-side images, taken on two different orbits by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) spacecraft in 2007, of a startling “Reuleaux Tetrahedral Pyramid” on Mars in the “Candor Chasma” region. This remarkable structure was discovered on an earlier Mars Surveyor image by the late Wilmer Faust; the more recent MRO images reveal that two faces are still relatively undamaged, while the third (top) has substantially collapsed, distorting the previously precise geometric construction.
3) Enterprise Mission geometric projection of a “Reuleaux Tetrahedron” onto the mysterious, eroded form of “Mt. Sharp” — the enigmatic “mountain” dominating the interior of the 100-mile-wide Gale Crater, which NASA’s Curiosity rover is currently exploring on Mars.
4) Enterprise Mission artistic recreation of what a pristine “Reuleaux Tetrahedral Pyramid” would look, like as seen from space, if an ancient Type II Civilization created it in Gale Crater millions of years ago on Mars.
5) Mysterious “manufactured-looking cylinder” discovered nearby by the Curiosity Rover, in August, 2012 — shortly after its successful landing in Gale Crater, on Mars.
6) Curiosity close-up of a remarkable “Nike on Mars” — a sneaker-looking object located on top of the sands close to the Rover, at the initial Curiosity Rover landing site; a series of Enterprise Missio artistic sketches highlight details seen in the original Curiosity image.
7) A remarkable “mechanical-looking,” highly symmetrical, apparently rusted “metallic object” imaged by Curiosity, as it began to drive away from its initial “Bradbury Landing Site” inside Gale Crater.
8) An apparent “partially eroded motor” — complete with a bright “shaft” — sitting near the Rover on the sandy Martian surface of Gale Crater. Note the geometric, manufactured-looking details inside the object, on the shaded side facing toward the Curiosity camera.
9) A series of strikingly geometric, horizontal structures — nicknamed by Enterprise “the Apartments” after their eerily “constructed” appearance. Measuring only inches in height, the key aspect of these features is not their scale … but their INTENSELY “ordered” appearance … which, to the uninitiated, only superficially resemble “geological strata” (as they’ve been officially identified by NASA).
10) A miles-long, linear, multi-leveled glass-like structure — seen several miles south of the Curiosity landing site, up against the base of “Mt. Sharp.” Curiosity will get MUCH closer to this structure in the next year, at which time new images may allow us to confirm initial impressions of this striking, highly reflective feature … as some kind of “linear, multileveled, artificial glass construction.”
11) Richard C. Hoagland, Principal Investigator of the Enterprise Mission, sitting on the top of the Pyramid of the Sun, at Teotihuacan, Mexico — carrying out Enterprise Mission Accutron measurements of Hyperdimensional/Torsion Field surrounding the Pyramid … with the Pyramid of the Moon as background.
12) Close-up of a small, unmistakable, manufactured object — slowly eroding out of a near-by Martian rock on the floor of Gale Crater — on an image taken by one of the 17 cameras aboard the Curiosity Rover. The intensely geometric nature of this object — with multiple parallel surfaces, and visible, regular “geometric indentations” — leave little doubt that this is an ancient, intelligently-designed object, apparently engulfed in mud millions of years ago …. which then turned into rock … out of which it is only now re-emerging under current Martian conditions.