(12-11-2012, 06:12 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote: I remember one of the old Russian probes that was suppose to take photos of the Phobos mysteriously disappeared ...last picture it took was off a large cylindrical shaped shadow of an object on the surface of mars that must have been above the probe before it lost contact ...it seems to me the probe was intentionally destroyed to prevent close up pictures.
Long time ago I lived with a friend whose young daughter was having some abduction experiences.
She related to me a "trip" she had taken with them. She mentioned while onboard a kind of announcement being broadcast that declared they were approaching mars ...only they arrived at a kind of station. She didn't have any windows to see out of and I believe they never went to the surface but instead docked at an orbiting station.
Phobos appears to be a large asteroid that took an impact on the end of it which would have fractured it's structure inside. I do not think it is some giant hollow tin can. I think it is merely a convenient place to build structures inside of. Which I think was done extensively. The large impact crater may even disguise a kind of large dish array underneath.
...if you look real close at pictures of Phobos with an intuitive eye you can almost see the disguised sign posts labeling it's various craters which are docking ports assigned to various different species with different environmental requirements. These ports are at the bottom of the craters so as to be close to the base structures which are deep within this "moon".
I believe this station to be a kind of neutral multipurpose facility catering to a large variety of alien species visiting this system. I also suspect that there may be a dimensional port system set up there... that is a kind of very long range teleporter.
I think of this place as likened to the MIB headquarters portrayed in the movie.
There is more that I have relating this facility but it isn't something I can really disclose here or easy to do in any sort of believable manner ...lets just say I have additional verification for my statements above then I am saying.
Well, the official story is a little different. Phobos II (2) had a main antenna failure on the way to Mars so communication was painfully slow. One of the 3 control processors (2 out of 3 voting) failed on the trip out. The 2nd processor started failing as Mars approached. When the probe approached Phobos the 2nd processor failed also. The remaining processor couldn't override the two failed processors and control the spacecraft.