Special Interviews
Thursday, July 12, 2012

The Secret of Mars

On Dreamland, John Brandenburg makes a strong case that there was a nuclear explosion on Mars in the distant past. For our subscribers, John Brandenburg tells us what he believes might have caused this explosion, when it might have happened, and what the consequences might have been in our own lives and on our own planet.

Whitley Strieber asks John some very frank questions. If the explosion was not natural, for example, then who are we? Did we have a war with Mars? Why was one close encounter witness told that Mars and Earth had a war in the distant past, and while Mars was destroyed, we were captured in a very unique and disturbing way? How likely are any of the legends and ideas about Mars that depart from established thinking?

This is a deep journey into one of the most haunting and provocative of all subjects: the truth about our past, and what has really happened here and in our solar system.

Next week
, Whitley Strieber has a powerful conversation with Timothy Hogan that sheds light on a close encounter experience that took place at four in the morning on July 12. Then he offers an inspiring, energetic new meditation that emerged out of the encounter.

After all these years, the visitors are back in Whitley's life. Stay tuned.

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a fascinating discussion about a very mysterious subject; thanks so much Whitley, for bringing this new information forward. And thanks also to John Brandenburg for having the courage to delve into the long tragic past of Mars.

thank you for this insight to the happening of mars , this makes me feel that , if they saw this coming , maybe a few , had just enough time to leave the planet in exiled and landed here on earth. now we are allowed to see our past on mars ,to remember whom we are .weather an astorid or beings from elsewhere ,set out to destroy mars for whatever reason now , since we have evolved , we are to learn from all this . I cringe to think our ancestors murdered mars . I'm gonna take the compassionate side to all this and think a few martians made it here .

Mars is very large mystery... I think some day, that mystery will be the focus of our current civilization for a long, long time.

Mars is very large mystery... I think some day, that mystery will be the focus of our current civilization for a long, long time.

Mars is very large mystery... I think some day, that mystery will be the focus of our current civilization for a long, long time.

What interesting research and hypothesis! I'm wondering how close Dr. Brandenburg's theories about the destruction of Mars compare with those of Immanuel Velikovsky.

What about the hole discovered in the surface of Mars? It seems to show an underground cavern of solid material, perhaps frozen ice, but the hole itself looks strange to me. Anyone got any ideas about what's really beneath the surface of Mars? You can see the NASA photo of the hole http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap120718.html

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-LHypoq4v56A/UArfxutnSII/AAAAAAAAknQ/jkTcfpstHn...
A Piece Of Mars Is Missing:
Explanation: What created this unusual hole in Mars? The hole was discovered by chance on images of the dusty slopes of Mars' Pavonis Mons volcano taken by the HiRISE instrument aboard the robotic Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter currently circling Mars. The hole appears to be an opening to an underground cavern, partly illuminated on the image right. Analysis of this and follow-up images revealed the opening to be about 35 meters across, while the interior shadow angle indicates that the underlying cavern is roughly 20 meters deep. Why there is a circular crater surrounding this hole remains a topic of speculation, as is the full extent of the underlying cavern. Holes such as this are of particular interest because their interior caves are relatively protected from the harsh surface of Mars, making them relatively good candidates to contain Martian life. These pits are therefore prime targets for possible future spacecraft, robots, and even human interplanetary explorers. - NASA

JUST say but do this. 'I will not reoccur on Urantia (earth). I will not reoccur and go through the experiance again. No need, for this and move on brother, sister, move on!
so much more to move on to !