Ancient Irish Cross Slabs carved in Mars Rock caught by Mars Rover Opportunity

A remarkable symbol is carved in a rock on Mars. A photo taken by Mars Rover Opportunity shows what appears to be a Cross Slab(s) similar to a Celtic or Irish cross shape.

Image: Symbol of Cross with additional ring on Mars.

The Celtic cross and Irish cross shape itself has been widely used by many ancient peoples, long before the arrival of Christianity.

Its four arms were perfect for denoting the four elements, the four directions of the compass, and the four parts of man - mind, body, soul and heart.

The addition of the ring around the cross has had many explanations, everything from sun worship and symbolism, to creating a shape with the cross that was well contained and aesthetically pleasing.

An Irish legend tells how St. Patrick, a 5th-century Romano-British Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland created the first Celtic cross by drawing a circle over a Latin cross to incorporate a pagan moon goddess symbol. For an Irish Catholic, the circle in the Celtic cross may be a symbol of eternity and the endlessness of God's love. It can even represent a halo emanating from Christ.

Is an ancient extraterrestrial race responsible for the ‘cross shape with additional ring’ on Mars and they brought this symbol to planet earth as a sign of eternal life?


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  1. Now that is a great find! This isn't just a rock, this is a symbol, a perfect circle and cross!

  2. Agreed, this is far more conclusive evidence than some distant rock that looks vaguely like my Auntie Brenda.

    .........Hallo Auntie Brenda :D

    Keith W

  3. If this isn't proof, I don't know what is!

  4. A cross in a circle with a dot in the middle also means 'shoot here'. Clearly, someone is planning on shooting at the Mars Rover.

  5. Maybe its very round fossilized coral, or the the fossilized underside of the head of a type of alien mushroom? A fossilized fruit slice?

  6. Or maybe its a cross.Seeing is believing,people.....over


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