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Colonies on Mars?

Colonies on Mars?
By Chanc E VanWinkle Orzell 16 days ago 2134 Views No comments

On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, NASA declared that Mars rover Opportunity’s mission was officially over. It had been since June 10, 2018, that the rover sent its last transmission, and after 835 attempts to regain contact NASA finally declared that they would stop their efforts. During Opportunity’s fifteen-year mission it captured over 217,000 images and other data, including a confirmation of the presence of water, all in hopes of better understanding a planet that is sometimes called the new frontier.

But what if these reports of water on Mars and the possibility that it could sustain life were part of a process of slow disclosure, where the US government slowly releases previously classified information incrementally over time to avoid public panic? What if there was a bigger revelation to be found than the presence of water?

What if we have already been to Mars?

Author Xaviant Haze believes this is entirely possible, if not probable, through a secret mission conducted by The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, a branch of the military-industrial complex interested in teleportation and quantum entanglement physics. As Haze reports in his book Aliens in Ancient Egypt, DARPA’s Mars mission, called Project Pegasus, is purported to have already established a secret colony on Mars in addition to funding private start-up companies like SpaceX, looking for new spaceship and rocket designs. According to Haze, DARPA is also involved in highly classified, time-based physics experiments where quantum-access technology can physically teleport people to various locations in the space-time continuum. This could account for how the astronauts were able to get to Mars despite having to travel thirty-four million miles through space, the shortest distance between the planets when their orbits are the most closely aligned.

Further evidence that a colony may have already been established on Mars is the presence of a glass city hidden within its rocky outcrops, as described by Len Kasten in The Secret History of Extraterrestrials. According to Kasten, the city is modeled after its prototype, Biosphere 2. Biosphere 2—called “2” since Earth itself is Biosphere 1—is a replica of Earth’s environment within an airtight, closed ecological system that could support and maintain human life in outer space. Built in 1987 by Space Biosphere Ventures for $200 million and constructed of 6,500 tetrahedron-shaped panels made from five-foot steel tubes fitted with high performance glass panels, Biosphere 2 stands today as part of the University of Arizona, where they still conduct research.


Biosphere 2 in Arizona. Photo credit: Johndedios, Wikimedia Commons.

Though Biosphere 2 was said to have never functioned properly as a self-contained environment, Kasten reveals how it was built as a Mars colony prototype and discusses how the climate of strict secrecy surrounding aerospace development ensures that we really have no way of knowing if the project truly failed. It’s possible that by using antigravity propulsion or other clandestine technologies, all the panels for a biosphere could have been delivered to Mars in a single trip. It’s possible that a Biosphere 3 already exists on Mars!

Corroborating this possibility is an interview conducted by the late Thomas Streicher, PhD, in his book Extra-Planetary Experiences: Alien-Human Contact and the Expansion of Consciousness. In the book, Streicher interviews seven renowned personalities who have experienced extra-planetary experiences—travel to other planets, moons, and stars. Among the interviewees is Gary Northcott, a graduate of Monroe Institute’s Gateway Program, which provides training in remote viewing and telepathy. After sessions with a clinical hypnotherapist that guided Northcott through regressive hypnosis, Northcott was telepathically contacted by spiritual beings from other worlds, and later they took him aboard starships for trips around the galaxy. It was during one of these extra-planetary journeys that Northcott visited Mars.

He reports that “there are three colonies on Mars. There is a large complex of domes and glass-like towers on the north rim of the Mariner Valley. There is another, smaller, complex of domes at the base of Olympus, and there is another complex on Mars’ Arctic Circle.”

Could these be the same domes as the Biosphere 2?

What Northcott then describes could very possibly be the reason that the government kept such high secrecy around the Mars mission, as part of the slow disclosure paradigm. While visiting the glass city, Northcott saw multiple alien-human interactions and even shook “hands”—he describes it as a claw—with a Manta alien. Also at the colony were military personnel and a wide variety of space visitors, including:

• Gray Zetas, short guys with big black eyes

• Mantas, seven feet tall, very slender insects with compound eyes and antennae

• A shaggy, yeti-like creature.

When asked by Streicher if the government knew about the aliens, Northcott replied, “Yes. The goal, long-term, over a thousand years, is they see it as a major planet for both species—for the human species and the ones from outer space—to share.”

Brave yet peaceful space exploration is the image NASA presents to the public eye, aptly reflected in the names of the Mars rovers: Sojourner, Opportunity, Spirit, Curiosity. Perhaps these words characterize the intergalactic community within the Biosphere 3 colony on Mars.

To read more about alien theories, check out the UFO section of our website.

Aliens in Ancient Egypt by Xaviant HazeThe Secret History of Extraterrestrials by Len KastenExtra-Planetary Experiences by Thomas StreicherThe Omniverse: Transdimensional Intelligence, Time Travel, the Afterlife, and the Secret Colony on Mars by Alfred Lambremont Webre