Ancient Egyptian Warrior Woman Statue Spotted On Mars

Posted: Apr 30 2018, 5:49am CDT | by , in Latest Science News

Ancient Egyptian Warrior Woman Statue Spotted on Mars

So-Called Antique Egyptian Female Statue spotted on the Surface of the Red Planet. Is This an Evidence of Alien Civilisation Lived on Mars?

Maybe, as some conspiracy theorists and ufologists speculate, there was an ancient army that raided Mars in the past. The proof of this is a picture taken by the Curiosity Rover. It consists of a stone formation that looks for all purposes to be the upper portion of a female warrior.

A space video enthusiast, Joe White, of the ArtAlienTV - MARS ZOO Youtube channel, posted the picture alongside a comment regarding the figurine depicting an ancient Amazon or Egyptian queen. It, in fact, looks like a carved statue of a woman wearing a helmet.

There is even a logo on the forehead. Many aspects of it make it look like an Egyptian mummy. However, there is a simple enough explanation for this rock formation resembling an Egyptian queen.

The phenomenon is common in today’s isolated world and it is called pareidolia. This is a quirk of the human mind where it searches for hidden meaning in many meaningless things. Thus the knots in a tree branch might appear to show a face. A radio with knobs and a display in between may be taken for a face of a robot.

Some of the facial features show that this rock formation on the Red Planet is an interesting find. Thanks to the superior technology we possess, the image is crystal clear and doesn’t resemble a female face.

Provided one has a wild and fertile imagination, and you blur the picture a bit, it does indeed look like a female face. This rock along with several others like it have been interpreted by meaning-hungry human beings on earth to be signs of an ancient race of Martians.

NASA has clarified that it is all just idle speculation and that it has no validity to it. The possibility of an ancient civilization on Mars is remote. It is unlikely to enter the realm of solid facts.

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