Where there is no vision, the people perish.
- Proverbs 29:18 

I started this website because it is no longer a question of IF there is/has been life on Mars, it is only a question of how much longer it will be covered up. There are direct links on Mars at Cydonia to Giza and the pyramids on Earth. Recent discoveries of secret passages under Giza and the Sphinx point to Atlantis and much more. (Egypt Link here). Recent announcements of monoatomic gold mined from Earth prove antigravity and dimensional shifts known 15,000 years ago. (see Gold) here. Gold mined on Earth, sent to Mars for relay to Planet X to save it's atmosphere.
I don't sell anything here. If you have any comments to add please add them to the message board and I will post them. I appreciate voluntary donations , as this site does take a lot of time and research. If you would like to donate anything, please leave a message in the guestbook.
Bluediamonds is my company . I also design websites.
I hope you enjoy this site, the music, the mystery, and develop your own vision.

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First view from Hubble.  February 25, 1995
   AURA/STScI, NASA  and/or ESA
NASA Mars Orbiter
Courtesy of NASA's National Space Science Data Center

VIKING 1 & 2
Actual pictures from Opportunity unretouched.
Notice the sky really is BLUE as it should be!
The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) will fly on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) mission, planned for launch in August of 2005. 
By combining very high resolution and signal-to-noise ratio with a large swath width, it is possible to image on a variety of scales down to 1 meter, a scale currently afforded only in glimpses by landers. 

User-friendly web tools will be available to both the science community and the public to view/analyze HiRISE images and to submit observation requests. (The observation request facility will be in place by launch). Processed images will be released soon after acquisition to allow everyone to share in the scientific discovery process.
Here is the link to follow all the developments this year.

May 10, 2005  HiRISE sent its first test image since being delivered to NASA's Cape Canaveral launch facilities on board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO)! HiROC team members report that the images look fine and HiRISE seems unaffected by the move from Lockheed-Martin in Colorado, where HiRISE was attached to MRO. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and HiRISE are set to launch on August 10, 2005 from Cape Canaveral, and will arrive at Mars in March, 2006.  
"In our obsession with antagonisms of the moment, we often forget how much unites all the members of humanity. Perhaps we need some outside, universal threat to make us recognize this common bond. I occasionally think, how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world. And yet, I ask is not an alien force ALREADY among us?" "There are only a handful of people who know the truth about this."
-Ronald Reagan to a full session of the United Nations-
September 21, 1987

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It's amazes me that we can sit here on a computer and view artifacts, so far away, built by another civilization eons ago. Considering age and the destruction that's taken place both by natural causes and in my opinion, a war, it's a wonder anything remains. I still don't understand all the secrecy. It's obvious, to anyone who can see, that someone left slices of their lives up there.