Another suggestion of alien connections with Mars:
Please scroll down for video While zooming into the recent photos of Mars released by NASA, analysts have come across what seems to be one of the greatest discoveries from the martian terrain yet – or should we say underground? After a first glimpse of the image, ufologists thought they were dealing with some kind of ancient structure from Earth but, it was actually buried under the Red Planet’s surface. A medium size fissure has uncovered what seems to be the remnant of an ancient martian structure resembling those of ancient civilizations on Earth. Judging by the straight lines forming the architecture and the circular pattern on the left wall – looking like an old Chinese dynasty gong – it appears to be artificial in nature rather than a natural phenomenon. READ MORE: http://www.disclose.tv/news/remains_of_ancient_alien_stargate_discovered_on_mars/126015?utm_content=buffer38b6d&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Some 3,400 years before the roaring torrent of the A303 road sliced the Stonehenge landscape in half, some people cut a beautiful pit a metre deep into the chalk with no tools except picks made of red deer antlers. They may have had primitive tools, but there was nothing primitive about their skills: the bottom of the pit was so neatly levelled that you could balance a beaker of mead on it without spilling a drop. As druids and tourists head towards Stonehenge for the winter solstice, which falls this year on 22 December, when the midwinter sun should set framed perfectly by the giant stones, Historic England archaeologists are hard at work teasing ancient secrets out of the landscape. The newly discovered pit was immaculately cut to hold a huge wooden post. A neat trench links to a second equally impressive pit for another massive post: in the rolling chalk downland, they would have been visible for miles. The line of the trench seems to lead on towards the neighbouring field full of curious Waitrose pigs, under a later bank but carefully jinking to avoid an earlier long barrow. But what is it? Phil McMahon, Historic England archaeologist, and his opposite number at the National Trust, Nick Snashall, laughed and shrugged. “A gateway? A boundary marker? A palisade? The truth is we just don’t know,” Snashall said. “We won’t even have a date [that it was created] until we get the lab results back.”
Just in time for Christmas, The Satanic Temple of Detroit held a Satanic ceremony on the steps of the state Capitol in Lansing, Michigan on December 19, 2015. Members dressed in black held black and white American flags. The group has posted a video of the event on YouTube, and a transcript can be found here.
The speech began with, “Hail comrades. Hail sisters and brothers. Hail Satan.”
“We are gathered here to celebrate the spirit of humanity and the dawn of a New American Era…”
While some argued this constitutes freedom of speech and religion, others argued it is a sign that America is (literally) going to Hell.
Reuters couldn’t independently confirm the authenticity of the document. U.S. officials say it was among a trove of data and other information obtained by U.S. special forces in a raid in eastern Syria in May.
“The apostate’s life and organs don’t have to be respected and may be taken with impunity,” says the document, which is in the form of a fatwa, or religious ruling, from the Islamic State’s Research and Fatwa Committee.
“Organs that end the captive’s life if removed: The removal of that type is also not prohibited,” Fatwa Number 68 says, according to a U.S. government translation.
The document does not offer any proof that Islamic State actually engages in organ harvesting or organ trafficking. But it does provide religious sanction for doing so under the group’s harsh interpretation of Islam – which is rejected by most Muslims. Previously, Iraq has accused Islamic State of harvesting human organs and trafficking them for profit.
The document does not define “apostate,” though the Islamic State has killed or imprisoned non-Muslims, such as Christians, and Shiite Muslims, as well as Sunni Muslims who don’t follow its extremist views.