Mars Geoglyph/ Paranormal Christmas

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Mars Geoglyph/ Paranormal Christmas

About the show

In the first half, founding investigator of The Cydonia Institute, George Haas, reported on the 'Crown Face' geoglyphic formation found on Mars, as well as other unusual formations on the Red Planet. The Crown Face (view related images) was originally discovered by Greg Orme, who located it in NASA photos of the Libya Montes region taken in 2000. In 2010, the MRO HiRISE camera took new images of the formation, allowing for more accurate research to be done, Haas explained. The facial features are sculpted in low relief on the mountain, but a lot of the depth is lost because the photos were taken in sunlight, he continued.

The formation, Haas believes, is actually a depiction of three faces, in a sliced or juxtaposed position that recalls the imagery of the ancient Aztecs. The overall size of the formation is quite large-- about 2,784 feet, and was likely purposefully placed to be seen aerially, he suggested. Haas speculated that a catastrophe took place on Mars, possibly a war with the indigenous population, using high tech technology. The Martian survivors then escaped to Earth to start a new civilization, but returned at some point to place the geoglyphs as record-keeping of their history, he further postulated. View previous images Haas sent us.


In the latter half, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren discussed many fascinating tales of Christmas including those who believe in Santa Claus, actual Santa sightings, dark holiday lore, and gifts that may be cursed or possessed. He also revealed evidence on why paranormal activity increases around the holidays. This time of year might be so active because of what could be called "spiritual polarization," as the good cheer of the holidays also raises up its negative opposite, he suggested. Regarding sightings of Santa, Warren connected them to "tulpas,"conjured thought forms or collective manifestations.

He has recently investigated a strange creature in the Caribbean, known as the Gargola (Spanish for gargoyle), which only appears around the holidays, and has been witnessed by at least six police officers. The entity has a face like a pit bull, large bat wings, glowing red eyes and is around 6 ft. tall, and has been seen appearing around churches, nunneries, and monasteries in Puerto Rico, he recounted. Warren received a photo that he believes may be the Gargola. He also announced the publication of his wild and humorous new novel "The Gringo Maniac Murder Spree."

News segment guests: Jerome Corsi, Christian Wilde

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