Mr. S.D. shared this one, and in the light of our concentration on space news on this site lately, it's an important article to ponder:

India’s 1st Mars Mission Celebrates 100 Days and 100 Million Kilometers from Mars Orbit Insertion Firing – Cruising Right behind NASA’s MAVEN

As I've suggested elsewhere, the European Space Agency's G. Neukum has been releasing photographs of what its probes to Mars have pictured, oftentimes of a provocative nature, and in some cases without much commentary. In this context, the article notes that if India's probe is successful, India will be the fourth major space power, after the USA, USSR/Russia, and the European Space Agency, to have a successful Mars probe mission.

But there is a curious statement in this article, and it occurs in an even more curious context:

"Both MAVEN and MOM’s goal is to study the Martian atmosphere, unlock the mysteries of its current atmosphere and determine how, why and when the atmosphere and liquid water was lost – and how this transformed Mars climate into its cold, desiccated state of today.

"Together, MOM and MAVEN will fortify Earth’s invasion fleet at Mars. They join 3 current orbiters from NASA and ESA as well as NASA’s pair of sister surface rovers Curiosity and Opportunity.

"Although they were developed independently and have different suites of scientific instruments, the MAVEN and MOM science teams will “work together” to unlock the secrets of Mars atmosphere and climate history, MAVEN’s top scientist told Universe Today."

At first glance, the two probes in question, NASA's MAVEN and India's MOM are designed to do atmospheric testing to demonstrate the history of Mars' past. In and of itself this will be a significant study which could shed light on various catastrophist models of the Martian past, or call those models into question.

But as readers here know, I deal often in texts, and in dealing with texts, one notices the occurrence of unusual language and diction. And here, the article does not disappoint, for the article notes that "MOM and MAVEN will fortify the Earth's invasion fleet at Mars." Of course, such a statement could simply be ascribed to the use of metaphor and hyperbole. But of course by the same token it might not. Invasion fleets imply the normal round of military operations: reconnaissance, mapping terrain, and both invaders and those places and/or people to be invaded. In the context of remarks about Mars probes designed to do atmospheric and other studies, it seems to this author at least a rather oddly out of place remark.

Given our speculations earlier on this website concerning the testing of NASA's Orion capsule and its implied use in manned missions to Mars or, even more astonishingly, to asteroids, thus use of such language is not only suggestive, but ultimately, disturbing.

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. unclejed on July 18, 2014 at 12:18 am

    I Will Be Curious As To How Long It Will Be Until It Mysteriously Loses Power, And Then, Weeks Later Mysteriously Comes Back Online ????

  2. DrWalterGerlach on July 17, 2014 at 2:37 pm

    Interesting article Joseph!

    Here is an interview with Major Ed Dames where he discusses his “RV’ing” investigation on how Mars lost it’s atmosphere..


  3. DownunderET on July 17, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    Off Topic:
    The downing of the Malaysian jet is tragic indeed, however the MSM is going to have a field day with this one. The only question to ask is cui bono?

  4. marcos toledo on July 17, 2014 at 9:16 am

    If I was India I be careful about letting my Mars probe being close to a USA Mars probe. Accidents can be arranged a explosion of Marvan next to MOM maybe. So many probes to Mars seem conveniently fail when they go into orbit around Mars before they can start their mission. The Russian Mars probe failures comes to mind even in the Soviet era they were not that incompetent in space. I have more sad news to relay another Malaysian airline has crash this time over the Ukraine.

  5. MQ on July 17, 2014 at 8:38 am

    Well, let’s see if they really make interesting commentary on Mars’ past (not to mention those pyramid thingies).
    Off topic, but seriously, who has Malaysia pissed off?

    • Aridzonan_13 on July 17, 2014 at 11:25 am

      No kidding. What’s up with this YAAC (Yet Another Amazing Coincidence)? Malaysia apparently is on top of the PTB hit list. Question is, what threat does Malaysia pose to the AngloSphere?

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