Mars: Lies, Damned Lies, and More Damned Lies!

By Dr. John Reizer

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I admit that I am guilty as charged! I have an unusual fascination with the Red planet. Mars has piqued my curiosity for a very long time. As a young person, back in the 70’s, I can remember waiting, patiently, for the first Viking Lander to send back its initial set of photographs from the Martian surface. At the time, I thought the event was one of the coolest things that could ever happen. Here I was, a young boy glued to the idiot box, watching the landscape of a distant and foreign world appear before my eyes on live television. Could it have gotten any better than that?

As it turns out, the answer to that question was a resounding…YES!

Who would have guessed that the government agencies taking the pictures of an alien world would intentionally leave out the best parts – the aliens and their infrastructure? What a bummer. It’s not that I didn’t enjoy looking at thousands of rocks littered across the Martian terrain, and the artificially filtered, red sky that was disingenuously placed in many of the photos to sell the lie that there was no water present on the planet. That stuff was all very exciting, but it could have been a much better educational experience if just a bit more transparency would have been applied to the space expeditions in question.

The lies just keep coming, year after year, about how the Martian surface is a rocky, barren world devoid of any forms of life. Our space agency continues to take thousands of photos, financed by taxpayers’ dollars, and routinely airbrushes the images so that the buildings, waterways, and civilization evidence is nowhere to be seen.

Watching the mainstream news agencies continue to support this ongoing fraud gets a bit nauseating after awhile. The corporately owned news giants that supposedly keep us informed of world events are either the largest enablers in existence or they are completely controlled by the powers that be. I, personally, vote for option number two.

I guess covering up the fact that Mars is inhabited by intelligent beings is considered “good science.” The reason I write this is because anytime someone posts credible evidence demonstrating the contrary, it’s quickly labeled by the mainstream, scientific community as “bad science.” It’s hard for me to imagine that reporting the truth about Mars, and revealing the fact that  incoming photos from our space agency’s deep space probes are being obfuscated, would be considered “bad science.” But apparently this is the case.

While the mainstream, scientific community, through the process known as “good science,” continues to promote the myth that they are still searching for microbial life on the red planet, I’ll be looking at this amazing photograph of a custom built home that was photographed on the Martian landscape by Mars Global Surveyor. I just think “bad science” is so much more interesting.

16 thoughts on “Mars: Lies, Damned Lies, and More Damned Lies!

  1. Lisa Turner March 30, 2012 / 1:54 am

    Wow! A picture is certainly worth a few thousand words. That definitely looks like a house. I am completely flabbergasted that that picture is on NASA’s website. I checked the link and it’s on the Mars Global Surveyor website. What is a house doing on Mars?

    Great job with the article, John!

    Lisa Turner
    Melbourne, Australia

    • Dr. John Reizer March 30, 2012 / 6:06 pm

      Hi Lisa,

      I agree with you! What is a house doing on a dead and barren world? I wonder if the real estate market is any better on Mars? Do you think they’re experiencing a global depression too? 🙂


  2. Norman Bryden April 2, 2012 / 2:35 am

    Dear Dr. John Reizer and Lisa Turner,

    I completely agree with the comments and thank you for the very interesting post. Who’s been driving a car around on the planet? The buildings in some images look like they’re in good condition and what looks like trees and vegetation is present. Mars looks inhabited.

    Kind regards,

    Norman Bryden

    • Dr. John Reizer April 2, 2012 / 11:18 am

      Dear Norman,

      Thank you for commenting on the post! I have to tell you that your website is absolutely fascinating and I applaud the work you are doing to bring this information to the attention of so many people. I have placed a direct link to your homepage on so that my readers can explore the photos you have posted. Keep up the excellent work!

      Dr. John Reizer
      Editor at

  3. Phil April 3, 2012 / 1:28 am


    NASA and its related agencies have been covering up civilization evidence on Mars and the Moon for years. They don’t really care what pictures are uncovered on their websites because they know that the majority of people won’t believe the images are real.

    Most people that see this picture will think it is fake because they have been conditioned to not believe this sort of thing. NASA will just sit back and not comment on evidence such as this. They know people will forget about it after a few hours and go back to their normal lives.

    Interesting to note, the tower in the background looks like a water tower or possibly even a radar globe. The civilization evidence I have viewed on Mars looks very impressive. I believe there are millions of beings living there.

    Good article!


    • Dr. John Reizer April 3, 2012 / 2:01 am

      Hi Phil,

      I couldn’t agree with you more. Most people are programmed to dismiss any credible evidence that is placed in front of them. Unless it comes from a mainstream media source, the vast majority of people will doubt the authenticity of anything that ventures outside the borders of conventional thinking.

      The only thing we can do is continue to try and present information that comes our way. Some individuals will see the value of that information and others will continue to embrace conventional answers.

      Best wishes,


  4. Charlie April 3, 2012 / 4:21 am

    Mr. Reizer,

    There is only one problem with using space agency photographs of Mars. They are FAKE. Altered. Bogus. They do not reliably depict the reality on the surface of Mars. NASA has been altering their images from the very beginning when we first put orbiters around the moon. That is a fact. So if it can be shown that we are given doctored up images to look at, then we cannot trust even a single image as being unaltered and factual concerning its content. No matter how badly one might want to believe that there is photographic evidence of in-habitation on Mars, it is pure folly to do so. Mr. Reizer it is in the realm of childlike fantasy to make unfounded assertions. So wake up kid – and do some serious research if you want to understand reality.


    • Dr. John Reizer April 3, 2012 / 4:30 am


      I don’t understand your point. Your argument is illogical! Why would NASA insert pictures on the Mars Global Surveyor system that reveal intelligently made structures on the planet’s surface? That doesn’t make any sense? If there is truly nothing present on the planet’s surface, there would be no need to alter the images in the first place.

      Also, it’s not a question of one wanting to believe there is something on Mars. This image, and others like it, prove this to be the case. If you want to believe that NASA’s images are not genuine, that’s your prerogative. Please feel free to disagree with me or anyone else. Last time I checked, it’s still a free country.

      By the way, how do you know what is fact or fiction? How do you know what is altered content regarding NASA images? Do you have some kind of inside information? Are you the authority on reality?

      Based on what you wrote, you have agreed with the major premise of my article; NASA obfuscates the images it takes on a regular basis. You agree with me and then you proceed to write I should do more research in order to understand reality? I think you are the one that is out of touch with reality. Sorry, Charlie — these NASA pictures are revealing the truth about what’s happening on Mars.

  5. Charlie April 3, 2012 / 4:35 am

    Looking at NASA images you cannot tell what is fact or fiction. That is exactly the point.

    I do not have any inside information.

    I am not the authority on reality…and you must agree that you are not either.

    What is ridiculous about pointing out that NASA junk is worthless. Their photos are junk and they are worthless in the context of this discussion.

    I do agree with the “premise” that NASA alters images. I do say that you should do more research if you believe that these altered images should be used to back up any claim that there is or has been some kind of civilization on Mars. You admit that they are altered but you don’t understand that that fact makes them junk. How can a rational person not get that? These NASA images are NOT revealing anything. You can’t prove that they are so you can’t make that statement.

    The position that you take is common to many sites on the web. You are making misleading statements based on junk photos. This is wrong. So I am attempting to understand why you are doing this. In my opinion your fantasy is immature and childlike. Kid is appropriate.


    • Dr. John Reizer April 3, 2012 / 4:44 am


      I am not basing my opinions on anything other than photographs that are coming from Mars Global Surveyor, Viking, Clementine (Lunar buildings and bases)and other catalogs that are in the public domain. Please do not make the mistake of confusing these materials with photoshopped presentations from unknown sources. These photographs have been accessed by visiting the NASA websites and you can click on them to visit the original source photos on the actual government websites. It doesn’t get anymore authentic than that!

      The sources I just wrote about are the only places I know where you can seriously research this subject. I have done my research!

      You are merely guessing that the photos I have written about, in various articles, are junk. Based on the detail in the images, I believe they are are extremely legitimate views. I have talked to a number of people that are very knowledgeable about this subject matter. They have had years of experience in working with these and similar images and they are absolutely convinced that Mars is inhabited by intelligent beings. These individuals are not amateurs and I trust their opinions.

      Don’t make the mistake of believing that every photo NASA has snapped is junk. That is not the case. They do obfuscate images, but only to delete artifacts that are artificial in nature. Artifacts that would, undoubtedly, challenge the paradigm that has been firmly established by the current set of belief systems that have been established on this planet.

      Contrary to what you might believe, I’ve studied and researched this subject quite extensively for over 16 years.

      Remember, Charlie, just because something stretches beyond what you previously thought was possible doesn’t make it less genuine!

      Do you honestly believe that we are the only planet in the universe with life? There are, no doubt, billions of life sustaining planets in existence within this dimensional construct alone, not to mention other forms or expressions of life in realities/frequencies we cannot currently perceive.

      I am not going to get into a long drawn out argument with you or anyone else about this subject matter. My goal is to provide information for readers so that they can review the information and perform their own research. Believe or disbelieve what you want, but don’t sit there and attempt to insult me because your opinion differs from the body of evidence I wrote about!

      I provided serious evidence and you provided your opinion. An opinion that was based solely on more of your opinions. My article was based on a government/NASA photo and not an opinion. The picture speaks for itself! It’s only your opinion that the photo is worthless. Millions of people would disagree with you!

      I have not made any misleading statements. I wrote that NASA was obfuscating/hiding evidence of life on Mars and that there was a house visible on a picture taken by the Mars Global Surveyor. That can be backed up by the evidence I presented. My attempt to inform people was not child-like nor was it based on fantasy. It was based on photographic evidence!

      You wanted to know why I am doing this? Pay attention to my answer! I am doing this to help inform people of what I believe is the truth — no other reason. I want people (yourself included) to stop putting their heads in the sand because this information affects all of us!

      Wake up Charlie and pull your head from the sand!


  6. Phil April 3, 2012 / 11:14 am

    Would somebody please call the mental asylum where Charlie lives? Evidently, he escaped and is roaming around here babbling about “Junk” photos from NASA.

    Charlie, do you want us to get in a spaceship and travel to Mars so that we can get you reliable photographs of the cities up there?

    Are you for real, man? NASA’s photos are being manipulated by NASA so they can show us evidence of artificial buildings?

    In case you haven’t been informed, NASA’s position is that there is no life on Mars and the moon. I don’t think they’re modifying their images to convince people that there are artificial structures present there.

    Like I wrote in my earlier post, some people, like Charlie, are conditioned to disregard any credible evidence. They can’t help themselves from acting this way.

    Please bring Charlie his straight jacket and some happy pills and then put him back to bed.


  7. Rodney April 3, 2012 / 11:34 am

    Get a net and a tranquilizer gun…there’s a mad man, named Charlie, running around the comment board!!!!!!!!!!!!


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  9. Sohaib August 11, 2013 / 4:14 am

    i cant see shit. there are no images.

    • Dr. John Reizer August 11, 2013 / 9:33 am

      I find that it is really helpful, when viewing the photos, to open your eyes!

      Dr. John Reizer

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