Mars Pyramids and Inhabitants – Part I

The rest of the CIA document (pp. 3-9) is a transcript of the remote viewer responding to questions about different locations and time periods given to him (in 1984, all known remote reviewers were men).

The remote viewer is referred to as “SUB.,” while the questioner is “MON.”

This is what the remote viewer reports after being given his first question:

The coordinates are for the Cydonia region, and immediately the remote viewer describes some kind of pyramid sitting in a valley.

This is remarkable corroboration for the multiple researchers who have identified pyramids in the Viking images of this exact region of Mars.

Next, the remote viewer responds to a serious of questions concerning the population living in the region shortly before planet-wide geological disturbances that occurred approximately one million years ago.

He describes the population as very tall and thin, and looking to escape the disturbances which included very violent storm activity:

The Martian civilization is dying and the population knows about it:

The Martians are waiting to travel elsewhere to survive.

Some are able to escape to distant regions, presumably off-planet, as the following quote suggests:

Next, the remote viewer describes what clearly appears to be a spacecraft taking survivors to another planet over a million years ago:

The above description is very suggestive of what Earth may have looked like at the time.

So, did escaping Martians travel to Earth approximately a million years ago leaving behind them pyramids and other ruins in the Cydonia region, which were observed by the Viking orbiter in 1976 and the CIA’s remote viewer in 1984?


CIA Used Remote Viewing to Learn about Mars Pyramids & Inhabitants
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