Mars is littered with artifacts. This shouldn’t be an earth-shattering revelation to star-seeds, however. Most of us are well aware that mountains of knowledge and discoveries have been kept hidden from humanity.
What’s interesting, though, is that finding remnants of life and technology on the surface of Mars is relatively easy. One of my earlier posts describes in detail how to do this, so I’m not going to cover that again.
Rest assured, what you’re seeing in the images below is, in fact, surface imagery from the red planet provided to us by our own space agency, NASA; which, in its infinite wisdom, considers that those individuals who pay for these pictures are somehow not worthy of viewing them.
In not much time, over the course of a few days, I’ve been able to locate dozens of artifacts from just one swath of satellite imagery. Archived in NASA’s servers are over 18,000 of these ribbons of data, available to anyone, so it’s easy to imagine just how extensively the remains of those mysterious civilizations are scattered across the Martian landscape.
Discovering this ancient fossil was a jaw-dropping experience.
Mars is dry. Very dry. Water may exist somewhere up there, but it’s obvious that any water in the above area evaporated long ago. The circular, sunken and contoured bed in the middle of the image looked interesting, so I zoomed in for a closer look.
It was at this level of zoom when my heart skipped a beat. I was amazed. I’m still amazed. Settled in the ancient soil and dry bed is a fossilized aquatic creature. A very large one.
After studying the images for hours and manipulating them with photo editing software, the details of this animal and the adjacent disc become unmistakable. I’ve had several discussions with friends and the consensus is that the creature is some kind of segmented, bottom dwelling crustacean.
The dry bed has a deeper rut worn into its outer circumference, which leads me to believe that the animal swam around the bed often and over time this feature appeared. Just like what a dog does in a fenced yard.
The creature is large. According to the data, it’s 90 feet long and 30 feet wide. Life got bad for it when the water it lived in became scarce.
The disc? I have no idea what that is.