Carl Sagan once said that “It is not out of the question that artifacts of these visits still exist, or even that some kind of base is maintained (possibly automatically) within the solar system to provide continuity for successive expeditions. Because of weathering and the possibility of detection and interference by the inhabitants of the Earth, it would be preferable not to erect such a base on the Earth’s surface. The Moon seems one reasonable alternative. Forthcoming high resolution photographic reconnaissance of the Moon from space vehicles – particularly of the back side – might bear these possibilities in mind.” (source)
The above quote comes from a study published in the Journal of Space Exploration, which discovered strange “structures” and “passageways” on the moon that could be extraterrestrial.
You can read more about that here.
Don’t be alarmed, it’s not the only study to make some remarkable discoveries, and to compliment these discoveries we have multiple cases of witness testimony as well. We’ve covered these testimonials in depth here at CE, and if you’d like to see some examples, you can refer to the linked articles below:
The extraterrestrial topic, along with the UFO topic (yes, they’re separate but also related) have become very popular today, and that’s because of all the evidence that’s emerged. We now have photos of UFOs, videos of UFOs, hundreds of ‘high ranking’ people from several fields who’ve provided eye opening witness testimony, and UFO documents that have been released by dozens of governments worldwide.
This is precisely why it’s gaining more traction and popularity, after a long stint of a massive disinformation campaign, which was made evident in 1960 when the head of the CIA at the time, Roscoe Hillenkoetter, told the New York times that UFOs are real, and that there is a disinformation campaign to ridicule the subject while simultaneously keeping the reality of it a complete secret. (source)
Below is a snippet of a lecture given by Professor Stanley V. MacDaniel, more than a decade ago. MacDaniel is a Professor of Philosophy Emeritus and former Chairman of the Department of Philosophy at Sonoma State University.
Alongside Dr. Horace Crater, a physics professor at the University of Tennessee Space Institute (UTSI), he (they) recently published a paper in The Journal of Space Exploration. It’s titled “The Mounds of Cydonia: Elegant Geology, or Tetrahedral Geometry and Reactions of Pythagoras and Dirac?” The study points “strongly” to the idea that these are indeed “artificial surface interventions” on Mars.
If the structures are indeed artificial, according to the study, they provide “an elegant and concise way for an intelligent species to transmit to another intelligence evidence that it understands the basics of tetrahedral geometry, prime numbers, and the quantum mechanics of the electrons spin, thereby giving additional evidence for the possibility of intelligent intervention.”
McDaniel and Cater also published a paper in the Journal of Scientific Exploration shortly after this lecture you see below, in 1999. At this time, only the 1976 Viking photos from NASA were available. The new studies have been done with much higher resolution imaging.
For more information about what you’ve read above, please refer to the articles below as well as the lecture.