Will space mission to Phobos "change everything?"Submitted by McClarinJ on Fri, 09/24/2010 - 19:23
Phobos, the smaller and innermost moon of Mars, has long been considered an anomaly because of its low mass-to-volume ratio, leading many to wonder if it could be hollow. Others have gone further, suggesting it is an ancient and substantially battered artificial structure some 15 miles in diameter, perhaps even a huge armored spaceship millions of years old.
There have been several fly-bys of Phobos yielding impressive detailed images that show strange grooves or fractures in its surface. In places these lines cross each other to form evenly spaced grid markings. Also seen is a 250-ft. straight-sided, flat-topped "obelisk."
A Russian unmanned mission is on its way to Phobos with the stated purpose of retrieving "soil" from its surface and bringing it back for study. Although much farther away than Earth's moon the mission will be easier than a soft lunar landing because the "gravity well" of Phobos is negligible.
Russia's president is reportedly quite excited about the implications of the Phobos mission and foresees a possible multinational manned Phobos mission in the offing, pending results of the unmanned mission.
Space exploration has long been hoped by many to become a positive, unifying factor for humanity, allowing us to set aside our "petty differences" and join hands in the grand adventure. As such, there are global government implications in any great advances into space that might be brought on by discovery of ancient alien civilization remains on Phobos. Sensational findings, whether falsified or real, could be used as an impetus for global unification by the NWO elites. The ETA for the Russian craft is... 2012.
Richard Hoagland, formerly employed in some capacity by NASA, has held sway on many phenomena associated with space but he has always impressed me as one who has thrown caution to the winds in his interpretation of images, rumors, news snippets, etc. He reminds me of some that I associated with in the past who could see Bigfoot tracks in a squirrel scratch, yet I never dismiss him until he's proven wrong. Regardless, here is his speculation of the Phobos topic, along with a bunch of impressive images: