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Dr. John Brandenburg: Mars, New Evidence of High Civilization: Ancient Earth civilizations routinely mention Mars in their folklore and legends and some like the Maya even charted the planets movement in their books (codices.) Why are we so fascinated with the red planet and is there an Earth/Mars connection? In...

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Ancient Earth civilizations routinely mention Mars in their folklore and legends and some like the Maya even charted the planets movement in their books (codices.) Why are we so fascinated with the red planet and is there an Earth/Mars connection?

In the last decade new evidence has surface on Mars monuments, ancient ruins of cities, massive structures and pyramid complexes. In his book The Mars Mystery, author Graham Hancock revealed evidence from a variety of scientists of Sacred Geometry in pyramid complexes, the famous “Face” on Mars and a variety of artificial landforms thousands of years old.

Recently, Dr. John Brandenburg, a Plasma Physicist, discovered amazing evidence of nuclear bomb discharge which startled the scientific community. In this update, we’ll speak to Dr. Brandenburg on his latest discoveries and dig deeper into ancient ruins on the red planet.  

Dr. John E. Brandenburg is a plasma physicist working as a consultant at Morningstar Applied Physics LLC and as a part-time instructor of Astronomy, Physics and Mathematics at Madison College, and other learning institutions in Madison, Wisconsin. Previously he worked at Orbital Technologies on space plasma technologies, nuclear fusion, and advanced space propulsion. 

Dr. Brandenburg has authored the popular science books Life and Death on Mars (2010), Beyond Einstein’s Unified Field (2011) and Dead Mars, Dying Earth (1999) with Monica Rix Paxson. He has written two science fiction novels under the pen name “Victor Norgarde”: Morningstar Pass The Collapse of the UFO Coverup and Asteroid 20-2012 Sepulveda.

www.http://lifeonmars.pub/

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