View for your self the astounding evidence that the many planets and moons of our Solar System were not only inhabited in the past, but continue to be inhabited today. This comprehensive book includes hundreds of photos, drawings and maps. It takes the reader to the strange and fascinating worlds of Mars, our Moon, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and beyond in a visual search for ancient structures, unusual surface features, and evidence that 'extraterrestrials' are living on the nearby planets. Using official NASA and Russian photos, as well as other photos and drawings done by telescope viewers, this book seeks to prove that life exists outside of planet Earth. This new edition includes all the latest discoveries on Mars and the Moon, including NASAs recent admission of water on the moon and a Russian analysis of obelisks on the Moon.
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