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« Reply #15 on: April 29, 2007, 12:46:33 pm »





FROM SPACE                                                                                                  continued



Antonio Ribera, a Spanish author and lecturer, calls attention to a well-defined photo-
graph of the Coprates Depression on the surface of the moon:



"The disposition of apparent walls makes a series
of rectangles which are not found in nature.  We know
from space photographs already taken that the surface
of Mars was once traversed by rivers and tributary
streams.  Consequently, a depression into which  the
ancient rivers flowed was most probably a sea.  The
objects or buildings could be the remains of a former
port on the now-dry ocean.  In other places "farther
inland" from this one-time seaport there appear to exist
large four-sided pyramids typical of all ancient races
who built for eternity."



Asked whether he thought that an earlier Earth could have been colonized from Mars as
that planet began to dry up and lose its atmosphere, forcing it inhabitants to seek a
more livable world, Dr. Ribera replied,

"This of course we cannot presently know.  I suggest however that it is an interesting
possibility."




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