This book catalogs an encyclopedic collection of discoveries found in NASA Mars images of familiar, well identified objects and things belonging to a life sustaining planet. Mars Encyclopedia consists primarily of four volumes encompassing 12 distinct categories of findings, including why Mars is fully capable of harboring life exactly as we know it to be. Starting with Mars not being an all red colored, dead and toxic world.
Does everyone really know what the truly genuine physical state of Mars actually looks like in nature, when viewed in superior, uncensored, true colored photography? The real life Mars is beautifully adorned in a rainbow of colors, but it is treated as if it does not exist. Its lovely earth-like qualities compared to our traditional red and barren textbook model of Mars is...a paradox of ridiculous proportions.
Mars is beautiful with its lovely earth-like firmament, blue water marked regions stemming from the icy polar caps and dusted with green plant life colors, all on a global scale. It is a beacon of safe haven for the space weary traveler. A refreshing sight for anyone who needs to make an emergency landing. I don't get that same hopeful "Class M Planet" impression from the appearance of our traditional, stripped down, dirt clod looking Mars sphere.
Mars photos, when magnified and closely scrutinized, reveals a whole world filled with Earth related artifacts that escaped censoring, giving us plenty of evidence to piece together the Mars puzzle. Mars tells its own story and it is far more interesting than NASA's version.
The Martian Frontier has everything, from a physical standpoint it has a translucent atmosphere filtering a normal color spectrum through a blue sky, not a red sky as is common knowledge. In addition to the vast shallow seas and seasonal greenery, there are fresh water crater lakes and green river valleys that have trees that were photographed beginning in the 1960's.
Satellite photos show there to be along the banks of water sources large scale sphere technology. Cathedral stonework architecture, as beautiful as Earth's grandest palaces, is found overlooking a scenic waterfall. Town sized illuminated glass tube structures discovered years ago, but never a topic of discussion in any documentaries, connect along a meandering stream trailing down from an ice crater.
Mars is a treasure trove of miniature marvels and colossal wonders. That's why photos are systematically censored. Despite pervasive image sanitation effects, enough photographic evidence exists between comparative images that prove beyond a shadow of doubt that Mars is rife with life.
As the probe flies, Mars is just a short six months away! It stands to reason that there should be life there and there is life there! I've found what we've been looking for. So, get geared up! Let's go blaze some Martian trails!