Several conspiracy theorists strongly believe that Mars was once home to an advanced alien civilization. According to these conspiracy theorists, Mars became a barren land, after an unexpected event turned things upside down in the Martian surface. Adding up the heat to this seemingly unbelievable theory, Scott C Waring, a self-proclaimed researcher from Taiwan has claimed to have discovered the Holy Bible on Mars.
Aliens are religious too; Taiwan researcher claims to have discovered Bible on Mars
Citing the discovery of the Holy Bible, Waring strongly argued that advanced aliens on Mars were religious believers.
Waring's alien discovery
Waring, on his website, UFO Sightings Daily, claimed that the Bible was discovered from an image captured by NASA's probe. In his recent post, Waring claimed that this discovery was made long back in 2015, but he has once again revisited it to make people aware of alien existence on the Red Planet.
"This one is of special interest in that it resembles an old family bible. Such a discovery is a sign that religion is not just a human thing, but an unlimited thing that we share across the universe. I also believe that Pope Francis, who has astronomers inside the Vatican, would also be interested in such a discovery. Such a discovery could only strengthen such religious beliefs. Proof that aliens believe in religion" wrote Waring on his website.
How pareidolia misleads Waring?
Most of the discoveries made by Waring have made many people believe that alien life is real on Mars. However, skeptics dismiss Waring's findings, and they claim that most of the findings made by Waring are cases of pareidolia.
In the image where Waring has claimed to have discovered the Holy Bible, there are several other similar structures, which are similar to the book-like object. According to skeptics, pareidolia is misleading Waring, as the Holy Bible on the Martian surface is nothing but a weird-shaped rock.
"Pareidolia is the psychological phenomenon where people see recognizable shapes in clouds, rock formations, or otherwise unrelated objects or data," says NASA on their website.