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Cydonia, MARS, Avebury, England and Washington D.C.


The Viking spacecraft reached Mars in July of 1976. It had two missions. One was to send a lander down to inspect the surface of Mars. The other was to orbit the red planet, within a 1,000 miles of the surface, and take thousands of pictures to help to determine the best landing site for the Viking 2 spacecraft due to reach Mars in a few weeks.

On July 26, 1976, during Viking 1′s thirty-fifth orbit of Mars, a set of photographic images arived at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. One of the photographic frames, taken in the northern desert Cydonia region, showed a mile long, 1,500 mesa that looked like a humanoid face.

39 & 19.5 Degrees


On the left, Cydonia, Mars, on the right, a transparency map of Avebury, England superimposed on top of Cydonia.

Above, Cydonia, Mars

Above, Wiltshire crater, Avebury, England.  (Copy of crater on Mars)

Above right, crater and Tholus on Mars showing correlation

Washington D.C. is defined as a square.   The top of the square is at 39 degrees North Latitude.

19.5 x 2 = 39

Above, the Capital Building, Washington D.C.  Pennsylvania Avenue N.W. and Maryland Avenue S.W. , both are at 39 degrees.

Theodore Roosevelt Island - Count the red squares = 38, 39th is the fountain on the right.
Notice the fountain on the right?   It is red, just like the squares.   The fountain on the left is gray.


George Washington & the laying of the corner stone of the Capital Building.  George is also wearing a Masonic apron.   If there's any evidence that proves the global elite have been suppressing technology, this is it.   They built the structures on Mars and traveled through the vacuum of space to earth and built Avebury and Washington D.C.


If you were to take a perfect pyramid and place it in a perfect sphere the base of the four corners of the pyramid would be at 19.5 degrees of the equator of the sphere.

The most active geological area on Earth: Hawaii, 19.5 off the equator.

The most active geological area on Mars: Olympus Mons, 19.5 degrees off the equator.

The most active geological area on Jupiter: The giant red storm, 19.5 degrees off the equator.

The most active geological area on Venus: A massive volcano, 19.5 degrees off the equator.

The most active geological area on Neptune: A storm like that on Jupiter, 19.5 degrees off the equator.

Sun spots form at 19.5 degrees.