The Cydonia Codex : Reflections from Mars
The authors' research encompasses over 10 years of study and analysis of NASA photographs of the Face on Mars and its surrounding complex. This team expands on Richard C. Hoagland's earlier work and presents clear evidence for a terrestrial connection between Cydonia and Mesoamerica. The book features over 500 pages with 300 images and illustrations that provide analogous evidence of artistic and symbolic design on the surface of the planet Mars
- Paperback | 352 pages
- 172.7 x 231.1 x 22.9mm | 657.72g
- 01 Jul 2005
- North Atlantic Books,U.S.
- Berkeley, CA, United States
- B&W PHOTOS AND ILLUS. THRUOUT
"I applaud the authors' cross-cultural approach to investigating possible Martian archaeological sites. By suggesting that a priror technological civilization might have been driven by aesthetic agenda, "The Cydonia Codex" offers a new arena for speculation--which is precisely what's needed to further the investigative process."-Mac Tonnies, author of "After the Martian Apocalypse: Extraterrestrial Artifacts and the Case for Mars Exploration""This book gives unique insight into the many questions surrounding man's origins and in my mind establishes stunning evidence for a direct connection between us and a forgotten culture found on the planet Mars."-Jim Miller, founder of the Mars research group Anomaly Hunters"The authors have obviously done a great deal of research not only into the Martian structures but also into ancient Mesoamerican and other cultures and have shown how the images from Mars are repeated in the religious and cultural artifacts from those ancient civilizations. The information is well laid out and overall an excellent informative work."-Shane Bowden, geologist in Alberta, Canada
About George J. Haas
George J. Haas is founder and premier investigator of The Cydonia Institute, established in 1991. He is a member of the Archaeological Institute of America and the Pre-Columbian Society of the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Haas is also an artist, art instructor, writer, and curator. He is a member and former director of the Sculptors' Association of New Jersey. He has also authored monographs for various art exhibitions, and had a one-man show at the OK Harris Gallery of Art in New York City. He became interested in the "Face on Mars" after reading a book on the subject by Randolfo Rafael Pozos in 1991. He lives in New Jersey with his wife, Dr. Amelia Joy Cole; he has three daughters. William R. Saunders graduated from the University of Alberta in Edmonton in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geomorphology. He began work in the petroleum industry in Calgary, Alberta in 1978 and currently works as a petroleum geoscience consultant in Calgary. He was reintroduced to the "Face on Mars" in 1991 by Richard Hoagland's book, "The Monuments of Mars." He began looking at the Mars Global Surveyor images on NASA's web site with their first release in April of 1998. He met George Haas on a web-site discussion group shortly thereafter. Foreword writer Richard C. Hoagland has been a NASA consultant and Science Advisor to Walter Cronkite and CBS News. In 1993 he won the Angstrom Medal for Excellence in Science. He is the author of "The Monuments of Mars: A City on the Edge of Forever" (Frog, Ltd., 2001).