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The Faces of Mars

Thursday, August 10, 2017 13:31
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Back in 2001, a press conference was held to disclose image evidence of the possible remnants from an ancient civilization on the planet Mars. Some of the exposed images from the NASA collection were indeed stunning, and have yet to be explained today.

Michael Luckman was director of the New York Center for Extraterrestrial Research and founder of the Cosmic Majority, an organization that seeks to advance the views of the majority of people living on planet Earth who believe in UFOs, life on other planets throughout the Universe, the paranormal, the New Age and the sanctity of the environment.

In his role with the New York Center for Extraterrestrial Research, Luckman announced the discovery of two human-like faces on Mars photographed by NASA’s Global Surveyor. He was the first investigator to expose television’s infamous “Alien Autopsy” footage as a hoax, and also broke the story of a special initiative by billionaire philanthropist Laurance Rockefeller to open the government’s secret X-files.

Michael Luckman left this plane of existence in January 2015, at the age of 72.


Brian Todd O’Leary was a former NASA astronaut, American scientist and an author, and former NASA astronaut. He was a member of the sixth group of astronauts selected by NASA back in August 1967. The members of this group of eleven individuals was known as the scientist-astronauts, and were intended to train for the Apollo Applications Program, a follow-on to the Apollo program which was ultimately canceled.

Dr. O’Leary passed away in July 2011, at the age of 71.


Thomas C Van Flandern was an American astronomer and author specializing in celestial mechanics. While Mr. Van Flandern had a career as a professional scientist, he was noted as an outspoken proponent of non-mainstream views related to astronomy, physics and extra-terrestrial life, and published the non-mainstream Meta Research Bulletin. He died of colon cancer in Seattle, Washington.[2]

Thomas C Van Flandern passed away in January 2009, at the age of 68.


A Tom Van Flandern 2008 Mars Presentation


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