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Tour Montparnasse: the Mars leyline and the monolith of Saturn

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Tour Montparnasse is a skyscraper in Paris located at 33 Avenue du Maine.  Ever since it was built, film-buffs have noticed its resemblance to the monolith in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. Although not of the exact same dimensions as the monolith it is interesting to note that construction commenced one year after the film and the novel of the same name written by Arthur C Clarke, who wrote the book concurrently, was released.


It is slightly offset from the Champ du Mars leyline and dominates the skyline.



For more in depth analysis of the Saturn-Mars-Paris connection see links below.


New Space Transporter on the Horizon?

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A ‘curious’ news story regarding radiation tests Curiosity carried out on its way to Mars emerged this evening. Is this a priming event for a forthcoming space-tech announcement?

‘At the moment, given existing chemical propulsion technology, Mars transits take months.

“The situation would be greatly improved if we could only get there quite a bit faster,” Dr Zeitlin told BBC News.

“It is not just the dose rate that is the problem; it is the number of days that one accumulates that dose that drives the total towards or beyond the career limits. Improved propulsion would really be the ticket if someone could make that work.”

New types of propulsion, such as plasma and nuclear thermal rockets, are in development. These could bring the journey time down to a number of weeks.’

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The Cydonia-Avebury cosmic connection

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Avebury Cydonia

In 1991 it occurred to Prof David Percy that the Cydonia crater on Mars was a depiction of the Avebury circle in England.  This led him to match the nearby Silbury Hill with Cydonia’s spiral mound. Further investigation revealed that Avebury was in fact a mirror of Cydonia with other landmarks corresponding with each other with the exception of the ‘Face on Mars’ which is also part of the Cydonia complex.

Richard C. Hoagland championed the theory and presented the findings in his famous lecture in the 1990s.

Hoagland speculates that the primary meaning of the geometry of Cydonia is to emphasize the ratio of the sphere and circumscribed tetrahedron.



Mr Black of the Alien Research Corp remarks on the prime meridian connection:

“Cydonia is on the prime meridian on Mars, then what is on the prime meridian of Earth? It goes through England; the island of Britain. In this area, we find some of the greatest megalithic sites in the world. Including, you guessed it, Avebury Stone Circle and Silbury Hill.”

Prof David Percy also notes that Karl Munck calculated the following:

“The angles of a tetrahedron, 720° x 2 = 1440 multiplied by Pi, the universal constant, extends to 4523.893421, thereby encoding 41° 11’ 10.03080581″ which is the precise latitude of the ‘face’ on Mars.

This can be verified by 41 x 11 x 10.03080581 = 4523.893421.”


Cydonia geometry relationship model

The Libya Montes Crown Face on Mars

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Libya Montes

The Crowned Face (M0203051) or what has been referred to by some as the King Face, is located within Libya Montes (M0203051) in an area that has become known as the Mount Rushmore of Mars. Since its discovery in the summer of 2000 by fellow Mars researcher Greg Orme, this complex facial monument has become a source of much debate throughout the scientific and anomaly hunting community.

George J. Haas

1960 Rome Olympics logo

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The London 2012 logo caused a few raised eyebrows at the aesthetics and cost as well as sparking ‘Krypton Factor’ style conspiracy theories. But back in the sixties Italy proudly chose a she-wolf being suckled by Romulus and Remus. This tells the story of Rome’s creation myth.

John Huw Davies – ‘Venus collision’

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‘Venus is made of the same stuff of Earth, but is bone-dry, hot enough to melt lead and has a chokingly thick atmosphere. It even spins backwards.

Astronomers have spent decades trying to explain Venus’ mysterious properties. Now one scientist thinks the planet’s formation may explain all: Two huge, protoplanetary bodies collided head-on and merged to form our planetary neighbor, but obliterated nearly all water in the process.

“The probability that two protoplanets collided to form Venus is not at all implausible,” said John Huw Davies, a geodynamicist at Cardiff University in the U.K. who developed the idea.’

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Ancient Earth blasted by asteroids

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‘Between three and four billion years ago, changes in an asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter hurled a devastating barrage of space rocks at our planet.

Astronomers are only now beginning to understand the scale of the bombardment – analysing the impacts from tiny ‘spherules’ preserved in rocks today.

Some of the asteroids were bigger than the 9-mile rock that wiped out the dinosaurs – but the 700-million-year barrage may have delivered chemicals crucial to the beginnings of life on our planet.’

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Meaning of the name Ari

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Albanian ‘Ari’ is a male first name that means “lion”(the animal) or at times used for the meaning of “gold”.

Ari (Numbers 24:9) or Aryeh (2 Samuel 17:10) is the Hebrew for “lion

Ari or Aris is a common shortened version of the Greek names AristotleAriadne, (Arianna)AriettaAristidesAristarchusAristomenesAristobulosAristoxenosAristosAristophanes,Aristea, and others, the majority of which are compounds of the adjectival superlative áristos, “best”. They are also modern Greek transliterations for Ares, the god of war and the name for the planet Mars.

In German, “Ari” is a masculine name and means “eagle“.[3]

Old Norse ‘Ari’ is a somewhat common name meaning “Eagle” or “fast flying one”. Etymologically closely related to the Icelandic word “ör” (arrow)

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