Post by Javed Raza on Jul 29, 2019 16:48:16 GMT -5
I came across the "City" in MRO HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010) in I think August of 2018 and for some reason didn't think much of it first glance. I sat on the images for a long time and then one day was viewing stuff on my computer and saw, truly saw the "city" this time and made a post right away, and it quickly became my most popular post. I do not know for sure if the "city" wasn't discovered by other folks before me, but if they had they have not publicized it like I have been able to, so if any I would only take the credit for getting the image professionally enhanced by Ross Piazza, which showed a greater depth to the grid as well brought out another structure I call the "temple" circled in white below, and for getting this image out there in places where it was exposed to a larger audience. I am by no means claiming to be the first person to have viewed or downloaded this image.
Post by George J. Haas on Jul 29, 2019 18:29:39 GMT -5
Hello Javed Raza, and welcome to The Cydonia Institute's discussion board. I must say I find your discovery to be one of the most outstanding finds to ever come to my attention.
For anyone unfamiliar with Mars, Atlantis Chaos is found in the south western quadrangle of Mars, which is located in the Phaethontis Region. It is located around 34.7° south latitude, and 177.6° west longitude(Figure 1). The “city” is located on the eastern side of a large circular imprint, highlighted by a black bar that is seen at the center of the context image. The circular imprint may have been a large lake, placing the “city” along its edge.
Figure 1 Atlantis Chaos MRO HiRISE context image
Here is a close-up of the MRO HiRISE image ESP_019103_1460 showing the location of the City (Figure 1.2).
Figure 1.2 Location of the City (circled) Detail MRO HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010)
Post by George J. Haas on Jul 30, 2019 11:55:36 GMT -5
Here is my colorized close-up of the city at Atlantis Chaos showing two surviving buildings that sit among the streets and ruined foundations of destroyed buildings (Figure 2).
Figure 2 Tower and Capital Dome Detail MRO HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010) Colorized
The structure on the left appears to be a tall tower that resembles the Empire State Building in New York while the structure on the right has a dome shape with a spiked peak that looks very much like the Capital building in Washington DC.
Post by George J. Haas on Jul 30, 2019 17:56:34 GMT -5
Here is a cropped portion of the western side of the City complex found within the Atlantis Chaos region of Mars, which feature rows and rows of cubic-shaped foundations (Figure 3). When compared to the box-like structures found at Al-Ula in Saudi Arabia, their common design becomes quite obvious.
Figure 3 Left: Atlantis Chaos City, Mars Right:Al-Ula, Saudi Arabia
Post by George J. Haas on Jul 31, 2019 8:38:35 GMT -5
When the section of the ruins that sit on the eastern side of the Capital Dome structure within the City are compared to the rows of urban building at Machu Picchu a common design become quite obvious (Figure 4).
Figure 4. Common peak design Left: City detail Right: Ruins of urban buildings, Machu Picchu
I'm new to posting here, but I'll try and share an image that is directly above the area being discussed. look for the three small craters with the middle one looking like a teardrop with point to the left and above that at the bright area. There's another whole complex there....a possible Second City
Post by George J. Haas on Aug 5, 2019 7:04:19 GMT -5
Here is a section of MRO HiRISE image ESP_019103_1460 showing the location of the “City” in Sector 1 (Labeled 1 in figure 5) and four geometrically shaped archologies below it (Labeled A,B, C, & D), in an area that I have titled Sector 2 (labeled 2 in figure 5).
Figure 5 Martian Atlantis Complex 1. The City Detail MRO HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010) 2 Atlantis Archologies A, B, C and D Detail MRO HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010)
Post by George J. Haas on Aug 5, 2019 7:24:44 GMT -5
The archology formation labeled A in figure 5 has a soft triangular shape that is highly symmetrical with rounded corners (Figure 6). Notice the dome or roof of the structure has been torn off, exposing a complex infrastructure.
George, in the image you've indicated : Figure 5 Martian Atlantis Complex 1. The City Detail MRO HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010) 2 Atlantis Archologies A, B, C and D Detail MRO HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010) ....there's a bright crater below "City" #1 and below that are more long rectangular formations, many more. (this is above A,B,C, D and between #1 & 2)
Last Edit: Aug 7, 2019 14:21:06 GMT -5 by cmichael
Post by George J. Haas on Aug 6, 2019 7:52:22 GMT -5
Here is a look at the fourth archology (Labeled D in figure 5), which has a very symmetrical arrow head shape (Figure 8). If this was a fully functional Arrow Head-shaped archology, its appears that its roof or dome covering has been blown entirely off, exposing its infrastructure.
Figure 8 Arrow Head-shaped Archology Left: Detail MRO HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010) Right: Outlined contours of Arrow Head shape