|"Mars face" structure located in Cydonia |
on 40.89 deg. North and 9.55 deg. West on Mars.
Following is a preview of this very revealing session with, Joe McMoneagle:
Holmes: Using the information in the envelope, focus on 40.89 degrees North, 9.55 degrees West.
Joe: Got an impression of severe, severe clouds, more like dust storm, a geologic problem. Um, seems to be like a, uh... Just a minute, I've got to iron this out. It's a little weird.
Holmes: Just report your raw perceptions at this time. You're still early in the session.
Joe: I'm looking at an aftereffect from a major geologic problem.
Holmes: Okay. Go back to the time before the geologic problem.
Joe: Um, total difference. It's a, before there's no a, a no... Oh hell. It's like mounds of dirt appear and they disappear when you go before. I see a, large flat surfaces — very a, smooth — angles, walls. They're really large though. I mean they're megalithic...
Holmes: All right, all right. At this period in time now, before the geologic activity, look around — in and around, this area. See if you can find any activity.
Joe: I'm seeing a... it's like a perception of a shadow of people. Very tall, thin but it's only a shadow. It's as if they were there and they're not, not there anymore.
Holmes: Go back to a period of time where they are there.
Joe: Impression of... It's like I get a lot of static on the line and everything. It's a, breaking up all the time. Very fragmentary pieces.