Impact event

Earth, 65 million years ago, KT mass extinction event

The Sol Wars[1] or Solar System Wars refer to advanced warfare that occurred in the Solar System, respectively, 65 million years ago.

Earth-Mars WarsEdit

Valles Marineris NASA World Wind map Mars

Mars, Valles Marineris topographic view constructed from MOLA altimetry data

Mars is said to have been inhabited by various extraterrestrial colonies and civilizations. This concept is supported by researchers like John Rhodes, Linda Moulton Howe, and Richard C. Hoagland who attests to the Monuments on Mars theory and other anomalies.[2]

A Tennessee lady reported having received a message from an obscure figure who claimed that Mars and Earth were at war, and that Earth destroyed the surface of Mars (See Valles Marineris on Wikipedia, what looks like a "large gash" across the face of Mars). In the close of the message, the Martians captured Terran souls and condemned them to be recycled on Earth forever to be "dead forever". Evidence for a critical event can be found in the Sadonia regions of Mars, where the area shows signs of having suffered atomic devastation by the findings of glazed trinitite.[2]

Researcher, John Rhodes, attests to a disaster on Mars where a humanoid civilization departed to take refuge on Earth.[3] The Transcriptions of Lacerta explain that 65 million years ago, a great war broke out between two highly advanced beings, the Procyons and an unidentified Reptoid race. The aftermath was the result of Earth's KT mass extinction event.[4] Based on these three sources: the Tennessee report, John Rhodes, and the Transcriptions of Lacerta, suggest that the Procyons may have been the civilization on Mars, who uprooted to Earth in a heated battle with a group identified as The Tiamat, not only causing the KT mass extinction event on Earth, but also scarring Mars at the Valles Marineris.

Battle of Procyon and TiamatEdit

The ProcyonEdit

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Flag of Brazil, with constellation of Procyon

65 MYA, extraterrestrials from the star system Procyon,[4] a humanoid race, came to the Solar System to establish colonies on Mars[3] and Earth. On Earth's colony, they cohabited with intelligent and self-aware indigenous reptilians commonly identified as Saurians.[4]

The TiamatEdit



A few centuries later, an advanced reptoid race, from Lokas or Talas (an alternate reality), came to the Habitable Zone in an interest for raw materials. The proper identification of these reptoids is rather obscure, but they are not the same Earth reptilians. It is assumed that they are the progenitors of the Saurians, by having visited earlier in Earth's history. The events described in the Transcriptions of Lacerta (1999) and Zecharia Sitchin's research in Semitic creation mythology, shares a similar destructive/creation motif found in the Babylonian mythos battle of Marduk and Tiamat. Therefore, the expression The Tiamat is applied to identify these obscure reptoid Progenitors so as to be consistent with the motif. It is also inferred that these reptoids seeded all the various reptilians, including dinosaurs.[4]

Battle for EarthEdit

The Tiamat's vested interests in Earth caused conflict with the Procyons. Within a few lunar cycles, a catastrophic war ensued resulting in the KT mass extinction event on Earth,[4] and quite possibly the scarring on Mars at the Valles Marineris. Soon thereafter, the Earth became enveloped in a radiation aftermath. The Transcriptions of Lacerta (1999) suggest that the Reptoids lost interest in the radiated Earth, and departed the known universe.[4] It is unclear what happened to the original Procyon colony. However, it cannot be dismissed that the Flag of Brazil waves the Procyon star system on its banner, seemingly, in its honor.

Lost WorldsEdit


Observations suggest Venus may have had water oceans in its distant past.[5]


The Pangea Supercontinent


An artist's impression of what ancient Mars may have looked like, based on geological data.

See alsoEdit


  1. Origination: Chronicle of the STAR RACE of Man (2014) by jakeblastard
  2. 2.0 2.1 Linda Moulton Howe on Antarctica (pub. Mar 8, 2017), interview on Mars (35:00)
  3. 3.0 3.1 Coast To Coast AM (May 18, 2017), with John Rhodes on Mars disaster (1:26:00)
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Transcriptions of Lacerta (1999)
  5. NASA Climate Modeling Suggests Venus May Have Been Habitable

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