NASA originally went to Mars in 1975 to look for life. What did the agency discover?
Viking Orbiter releasing the lander
Building from Cydonia-Avebury: A Mars/Earth Connection this video production reveals how the Cydonia region of Mars is accurately replicated at Avebury and Stonehenge in England, as well as in the layout of the passages and chambers of the Great Pyramid in Egypt.
Using breathtaking photography, this highly-acclaimed video uncovers the point-by-point correspondences between Stonehenge, Avebury, Glastonbury, Giza and the Cydonia complex on Mars. Further revealing how the layout of Cydonia corresponds with the passages and chambers inside The Great Pyramid.
As an essential update to The Terrestrial Connection this video features enhanced NASA images of the Cydonia region of Mars and demonstrates the stunning accuracy of its match to the survey maps of Avebury, southern England.
This dynamic production utilises computer animation, together with beautifully photographed new material – including impressive aerial footage of the Avebury landscape – to graphically illustrate the remarkable correspondences between Mars and Earth.
"This unfolding story features enhanced images of the Cydonia region of Mars and demonstrates the wonderful accuracy of its match to maps of Avebury, Glastonbury and Stonehenge as well as the links inside the Great Pyramid.
David Percy supplied all the original graphics and computer images which enabled Richard Hoagland at the UN HQ in New York to bring to the world's attention the remarkable discoveries made on Mars over 30 years ago."
Marcus Allen UK Publisher
Zechariah Sitchin, author The Earth Chronicles
"Congratulations on a fantastic production!"
author Circular Evidence
"You have opened my eyes to a whole new world, and have given my thoughts a breath of life. I most sincerely thank you, and congratulate your work on the syntheses."
J. S. Canada
"It is important to stress the impossibility of a mound together with a crater rim in Cydonia, Mars and a mound plus an earthen rampart at Avebury, England having by chance the same relative size, and being the same relative distance from each other."
Stan Gooch, author Total Man