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Secret Mars: The Alien Connection

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- Why has NASA not announced to the world, the greatest scientific discovery ever made in the history of space exploration?
- Do you want to know what has REALLY been discovered by the Orbiter and Rover cameras on the planet Mars?
While scientists spend billions of dollars confirming that microbes live in the Martian soil, people sitting at home on their computer
Kindle Edition, 298 pages
Published October 4th 2013 by (first published September 9th 2013)
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Mr J
Feb 09, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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Here is the perfect book if you're tired of all the sensationalist, apocryphal internet stories concerning NASA's various missions to Mars --or the stories that maybe aren't sensationalist and apocryphal ENOUGH. Mr Craig adopts an extremely readable style as he takes you through the stubborn --some might say conspiracy-laden-- choices that NASA has taken in exploring the Red Planet, in places citing decades-long scholarly research, in other places falling back on the position of wide-eyed layman ...more
Debbie Mcclelland
The photos are eye opening!

Author gives very honest opinions regarding the photos and let's you make up your own mind as to whether they are evidence of artifacts or not. Some of the photos are really incredible!

Only negative reaction I have is that he spent way too much time on the military/industrial complex and the suppression of the truth since this is mentioned several times, and we all know it anyway.

I know I will spend hours looking at these amazing photos?
Mar 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Raises good questions

The author sets forth in a logical manner why a full scientific investigation of Mars, it's moons and Earth's moon as to evidence of life should have been conducted and suggests in that same manner that a cover-up has been going on with regard to such an investigation. While I don't necessarily agree with his suggestions as to what is depicted by some of the images in the book, I agree with his overall premise. A worthwhile read.
Apr 25, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I found this book to be a very interesting read
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M. J. Craig is a writer, researcher and composer living in Wiltshire, England. He's involved in projects that strive to create the conditions for a more enlightened civilization to thrive on our planet.

His first book "Secret Mars: the Alien Connection" was published in 2013, with a revised and expanded edition released in 2017.
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