Mars alien underground bases hidden by NASA, investigators claim
Several pictures of underground bases in Mars, built by aliens, have been hidden by NASA and other space agencies, say some alien investigators, one of whom posted a YouTube video claiming to show compelling evidence of large doorways on the Red Planet’s surface.
Alien enthusiasts, who claim to be investigators, are using Google Earth to explore Mars’ surface.
They show videos and images of rectangular- and square-shaped entrances into what they claim are secret underground bases on Mars, as well as the corners of buildings, built by advanced civilizations not from Earth.
A zoom-in of a Google Earth image. A Mars alien underground entrance or an anomaly caused by an algorithm in the software? (Image: ufosightingsdaily)
Researcher Marcelo Irazusta claims that NASA and other space agencies have done a poor job of trying to airbrush out alien structures that are still visible. His YouTube video – ‘Mysterious Structures on Mars, most are intentionally hidden’ – has got hundreds of other alien enthusiasts and UFO chasers excited about the alleged ‘new discovery’.
Editor of UFO Sightings Daily, Scott C. Waring, invites viewers to look closely to clearly see the edges of an entrance that takes spaceships below the surface of the Red Planet.
Mr. Waring wrote:
“This is the location Earth should choose if they want to make a settlement on Mars. This is a location thats already been used and proven effective by aliens. It’s probably abandoned…just waiting for new owners.”
People familiar with Google Earth have probably seen these unusual formations all over Google Earth, Mars and Moon. They are caused by an algorithm that lines up images on the globe and occur along the line where two pictures meet.
Is this another case of Pareidolia?
Cases of pareidolia have increased dramatically since we started receiving images from NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Mission.
Psychologists say these bizarre ‘sightings’ are due to a phenomenon called Pareidolia, which makes people hear a sound or see an image of somebody or something that is not really there. In many cases, the person believes it is real.
In November, some people thought a rock on Mars had a carving of Nabu, the Babylonian and Assyrian god of wisdom and writing, dating back to 2000 BCE. NASA said it was just an ordinary rock and does not plan to investigate it any further. (Image: mars.nasa.gov close-up)
We all experience pareidolia sometimes, to a certain extent. When we look at cloud formations that remind us of shapes, perhaps an elephant’s trunk or a witch with a crooked nose, for example.
In more extreme cases, these images or sounds are not just mere reminders, but perceived as the real thing, as may occur when a person claims to have seen an image of Jesus Christ’s face on a piece of burnt toast.
According to Collins English Dictionary, pareidolia is:
“The imagined perception of a pattern or meaning where it does not actually exist, as in considering the moon to have human features.”
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