The Kunowsky-Giza Pyramid Complex Project

A Saturn Ark RaptorZone Collaboration

This is a collaborative work between my friend, Saturn Ark and myself in which evidence supporting a possible ancient link between Kunowsky on Mars and the Giza Pyramid Complex on Earth is presented.

Following eight years of research, my friend discovered why the Artwork is upside down. The Artwork needed to be rotated approximately 98 degrees to show that geometry lines extended out of Kunowsky on Mars correspond or map to the Giza Pyramid Complex in Cairo as well as aligns with the Red Sea on Earth.

The Kunowsky geometry lines extend out of three points on Mars:

  • Firstly the semi-buried, mostly eroded pyramid which links up with the Giza Pyramid Complex on Earth;
  • Secondly the Red Sea next to the African Continent in the Martian surface Artwork which links up with the Red Sea on Earth, and;
  • Thirdly the ‘Jackal’ links up with the center of the Asimov Ruins. A giant Monolith lying against a cliff face is located approximately 30 km’s to the south-east of these ruins.

The Kunowsky Pyramid and Martian surface Artwork are visible in two HiRISE photographs (PSP_006860_2370 and ESP_016314_2370) which were taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) HiRISE Camera on 13 January 2008 and 18 January 2010 respectively. NASA describes the photographs as “Possible Olivine in Crater” and “Kunowsky Crater Central Peak” respectively.

The Kunowsky Pyramid and Martian surface Artwork - Elevation view
The Kunowsky Pyramid and Martian surface Artwork – Elevation view (click for larger image)

The Kunowsky Pyramid and Arch:

The HiRISE photograph (ESP_016314_2370) shows what looks like a toppled arch-type structure on top of the pyramid and layers consisting of rectangular slabs/tiles covering the main pyramidal structure.

Kunowsky Arch
Kunowsky Arch (click for larger image)
Kunowsky Pyramid - Layers consisting of rectangular slabs/tiles covering the main pyramidal structure
Kunowsky Pyramid – Layers consisting of rectangular slabs/tiles covering the main pyramidal structure (click for larger image)
Kunowsky Pyramid - Layers consisting of rectangular slabs/tiles covering the main pyramidal structure
Kunowsky Pyramid – Layers consisting of rectangular slabs/tiles covering the main pyramidal structure (click for larger image)
Kunowsky Pyramid - Layers consisting of rectangular slabs/tiles covering the main pyramidal structure
Kunowsky Pyramid – Layers consisting of rectangular slabs/tiles covering the main pyramidal structure (click for larger image)

Shown here are some of the other anomalies found on or in the vicinity of the Pyramid:

Rectangular block with row of smaller, uniform blocks equally spaced
Rectangular block with row of smaller, uniform blocks equally spaced (click for larger image)
Circular object with triangular feature on the side and two rectangular objects on either side
Circular object with triangular feature on the side and two rectangular objects on either side (click for larger image)
'Skirt-type base' and smaller oblong dome object on top
‘Skirt-type base’ and smaller oblong dome object on top (click for larger image)

The Kunowsky Martian surface Artwork:

The HiRISE photograph (PSP_006860_2370) shows what looks like Martian surface Artwork – raw and rotated to fit the screen:

Kunowsky Martian surface artwork - Raw
Kunowsky Martian surface artwork – Raw (click for larger image)

The Kunowsky Martian surface Artwork appears to depict the following (the image overlays are intended for the purpose of assisting with the identification of the items contained within the Artwork):

Brain overlayed and corrected orientation with Artwork
Brain overlayed and corrected orientation with Artwork (click for larger image)
'Jackal' overlayed with brain and snake head
‘Jackal’ overlayed with brain and snake head (click for larger image)
Overlay of Jackal and Snake head
Overlay of Jackal and Snake head (click for larger image)
Humanoid face to left of Jackal
Humanoid face to left of Jackal (click for larger image)
Eagle wings
Eagle wings (click for larger image)
African continent with Egypt located to the top right showing Red Sea geometry line
African continent with Egypt located to the top right showing Red Sea geometry line (click for larger image)
Skull
Skull (click for larger image)
The Giza site in Egypt shows the scale of the Martian surface artwork
The Giza site in Egypt shows the scale of the Martian surface artwork (click for larger image)
Kunowsky-Asimov (Yellow) and Kunowsky-Red Sea (Red) geometry lines - Original rotation
Kunowsky-Asimov (Yellow) and Kunowsky-Red Sea (Red) geometry lines – Original rotation (click for larger image)
Kunowsky-Asimov (Yellow) and Kunowsky-Red Sea (Red) geometry lines - Rotated
Kunowsky-Asimov (Yellow) and Kunowsky-Red Sea (Red) geometry lines – Rotated (click for larger image)

The name Cairo, according to ‘African Heritage,’ means ‘Place or Camp of Mars.’

Cairo meaning: 'Place or Camp of Mars.' Courtesy of African Heritage: 'Why the name Cairo?' https://afrolegends.com/2014/09/08/why-the-name-cairo/
Cairo meaning: ‘Place or Camp of Mars.’ Courtesy of African Heritage: ‘Why the name Cairo?’ https://afrolegends.com/2014/09/08/why-the-name-cairo/

When toggling between Google Earth Mars and Google Earth you will notice that the geometry lines line up perfectly.

Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars:

Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars - Kunowsky and Giza Pyramid Complex
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars – Kunowsky and Giza Pyramid Complex (click for larger image)
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars - Kunowsky
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars – Kunowsky (click for larger image)
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars - Giza Pyramid Complex (Mars)
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars – Giza Pyramid Complex (Mars) (click for larger image)
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars - Giza Pyramid Complex (Earth)
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars – Giza Pyramid Complex (Earth) (click for larger image)
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars - Giza Pyramid Complex (Earth)
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars – Giza Pyramid Complex (Earth) (click for larger image)
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars - Asimov
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars – Asimov (click for larger image)
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars - Giza Pyramid Complex - Opposite intersection point
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars – Giza Pyramid Complex – Opposite intersection point (click for larger image)
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars - Giza Pyramid Complex - Opposite intersection point
Geometry Lines from Google Earth Mars – Giza Pyramid Complex – Opposite intersection point (click for larger image)

Giza Pyramid Complex – Opposite intersection point:

The point on the opposite side of Mars at which the Giza Pyramid Complex geometry lines intersect (ESP_016623_1495), which NASA calls ‘Intersecting Graben,’ shows a strange area in which there is what appears to be a triangular-shaped ‘craft,’ some wreckage and megalithic blocks.

I find it rather interesting that NASA calls this photograph ‘Intersecting Graben,’ i.e. the intersection point of the Giza Pyramid Complex geometric lines also intersect at this particular location, co-incidence?

Giza Pyramid Complex - Opposite intersection point - Triangular-shaped 'craft' and wreckage
Giza Pyramid Complex – Opposite intersection point – Triangular-shaped ‘craft’ and wreckage (click for larger image)
Giza Pyramid Complex - Opposite intersection point - Megalithic Block
Giza Pyramid Complex – Opposite intersection point – Megalithic Block (click for larger image)
Giza Pyramid Complex - Opposite intersection point - Wreckage
Giza Pyramid Complex – Opposite intersection point – Wreckage (click for larger image)

The Giant Asimov Monolith and Ruins:

The geometry line extending out towards Asimov links up with the center of the Asimov Ruins (PSP_003880_1325), shown here are a few of the megalithic blocks found in the area:

Top Wall - Zoomed in
Top Wall – Zoomed in (click for larger image)
Bottom Wall - Left Section Zoomed In
Bottom Wall – Left Section Zoomed In (click for larger image)
Rectangular Megalith or Arch with three flat straight sides 20 metres tall and 8 metres wide, a smaller rectangular part to the middle right (click for larger image)
Rectangular Megalith or Arch with three flat straight sides 20 metres tall and 8 metres wide, a smaller rectangular part to the middle right (click for larger image)
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 10 metres by 8 metres, a small square has been cut into the bottom right corner
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 10 metres by 8 metres, a small square has been cut into the bottom right corner (click for larger image)
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 8 metres by 8 metres
Rectangular megalith with flat straight sides 8 metres by 8 metres (click for larger image)
Rectangular megalith with two flat straight sides 18 metres by 12 metres, a hole seems to be cut into one corner, the right part seems to be covered in a white, reflective material
Rectangular megalith with two flat straight sides 18 metres by 12 metres, a hole seems to be cut into one corner, the right part seems to be covered in a white, reflective material (click for larger image)

A giant Monolith lying against a cliff face is located approximately 30 km’s to the south-east of these ruins (ESP_012411_1320). The Monolith dimensions are in the ratio of 1 : 4 : 9 (the squares of the first three positive integers, i.e. 1² : 2² : 3²) and measures approximately 33 metres by 75 metres, which yields an aspect ratio of 2.27 whereas the aspect ratio of Clarke’s Monoliths are 2.25 (9 divided by 4). The exact measurements are difficult to obtain as the Monolith is damaged and somewhat buried.

The Giant Asimov Monolith
The Giant Asimov Monolith (click for larger image)

Shown here are some of the megalithic blocks with knobs found near the Giant Monolith:

Megalithic block with knobs
Megalithic block with knobs (click for larger image)
Megalithic block with knob
Megalithic block with knob (click for larger image)
Megalithic block with knob
Megalithic block with knob (click for larger image)

Disclaimer:

The geometry lines were mapped as accurately as possible using the limited information, data and mapping tools available at the time, therefore the lines may deviate from target sites by a few kilometers. Revisions may be made in the future as new, more precise information, data and mapping tools become available.

Original NASA source:

Kunowsky Martian surface Artwork: https://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/PSP_006860_2370

Kunowsky Pyramid: https://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/ESP_016314_2370

Asimov Ruins and Giant Monolith: https://www.uahirise.org/ESP_012411_1320

Asimov Ruins: https://www.uahirise.org/PSP_003880_1325

Giza Pyramid Complex – Opposite Intersection Point: https://www.uahirise.org/ESP_016623_1495

Additional information:

Article from African Heritage: ‘Why the name Cairo?’ https://afrolegends.com/2014/09/08/why-the-name-cairo/

My YouTube video featuring ‘The Kunowsky-Giza Pyramid Complex Project:’

Previous information:

Saturn Arks 4K Kunowsky Artwork YouTube Video:

Saturn Arks Asimov Central Ruins YouTube Video:

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Also visit Twitter page @RaptorZN_.

Disclaimer:

Images saved from within HiView or CTX viewer do not include image scale indicators. The image scale indicators I include in images are based on the official resolutions provided by NASA and although I strive to be as accurate as possible there may be slight deviations from the actual scale. Image scale indicators are included as a size approximation tool only.

Geometry lines are mapped as accurately as possible using the limited information, data and mapping tools available at the time, therefore the lines may deviate from target sites by a few kilometres. Revisions may be made in the future as new, more precise information, data and mapping tools become available.

Many or all of the anomalies/artefacts covered in this presentation may be naturally occurring geological features caused by some type of geological processes, however due to the lack of specific information from the source we can only speculate whether these are all natural or some artificial in nature.

In cases where I say an anomaly looks like something I’m attempting to clarify what I see and not specifically that the anomaly is what I say it looks like.

My intention is only to share anomalies I’ve discovered on Mars and not to convince anyone that there is or was a civilization on Mars.

As Will Farrar from WhatsUpInTheSky says: “I see what I see, you see what you see.”

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The Kunowsky Ley Lines of Mars Hypothesis

A Saturn Ark and RaptorZone Collaboration

This is a collaborative work between my friend, Saturn Ark and RaptorZone in which evidence supporting the Kunowsky ley lines of Mars hypothesis.

The Kunowsky pyramid and Martian surface surface artwork are visible in two HiRISE photographs (PSP_006860_2370 and ESP_016314_2370) which were taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) HiRISE Camera on 13 January 2008 and 18 January 2010 respectively. NASA describes the photographs as “Possible Olivine in Crater” and “Kunowsky Crater Central Peak” respectively.

The Kunowsky ley lines extend out of two points, firstly from the semi-buried, mostly eroded pyramid apex and secondly through the eye of the dog in the Martian surface artwork adjacent to the pyramid.

The Kunowsky pyramid and Martian surface artwork - Elevation view
The Kunowsky pyramid and Martian surface artwork – Elevation view (click for larger image)

The ley lines were mapped as accurately as possible using the limited information, data and mapping tools available at the time, therefore the ley lines may deviate from target sites by a few kilometers. Revisions may be made in the future as new, more precise information, data and mapping tools become available.

The ley lines intersect sites of extreme interest due to the anomalies/artefacts that have been discovered there; some anomalies/artefacts seem to be ancient structures/ruins and appear to be in a state of disrepair and utterly destroyed. Other anomalies/artefacts appear to be metallic-type craft, machines, some type of technology and/or craft, these too seem to be derelict and/or wrecked.

Saturn Ark originally made the following discoveries:

  • Kunowsky pyramid
  • Kunowsky Martian surface artwork
  • Kunowsky-Asimov ley line
  • Kunowsky-Cydonia-Kotka ley line (this ley line intersects with the are of Cydonia which features the famous ‘face’ and pyramid)

As well as the anomalies and artefacts found in:

  • Kunowsky Crater
  • Asimov Crater (including the Asimov/Clarke Monolith)
  • Kotka Crater
  • The circular features that look like Nazca-type geoglyphs, very similar in appearance to crop circles found on Earth

For clarification purposes Saturn Ark has super-imposed images of similar type on top of the Martian surface artwork to aid in identifying the shapes seen.

I made the following additional discoveries:

  • Stokes Crater artefacts and anomalies
  • The 56 degrees North latitude ley line which intersects with Stokes Crater, the eye of the dog and the two sites with circular features that look like Nazca-type ‘crop-circle’ geoglyphs
  • The Kunowsky-‘Orion’s Belt’ ley line that intersects Arsia Mons, Tharsis Montes and Ascraeus Mons

The Kunowsky Martian surface artwork:

Kunowsky Martian surface artwork - Raw
Kunowsky Martian surface artwork – Raw (click for larger image)
Brain and pineal gland
Brain and pineal gland (click for larger image)
Egyptian dog and snake head
Egyptian dog and snake head (click for larger image)
Egyptian dog, snake head and face
Egyptian dog, snake head and face (click for larger image)
Face
Face (click for larger image)
Eagle wings
Eagle wings (click for larger image)
African continent with Egypt located to the top right
African continent with Egypt located to the top right (click for larger image)
Skull
Skull (click for larger image)
The Giza site in Egypt shows the scale of the Martian surface artwork
The Giza site in Egypt shows the scale of the Martian surface artwork (click for larger image)
Kunowsky-Asimov Ley Line
Kunowsky-Asimov Ley Line (click for larger image)

The Kunowsky ley lines on Google Earth/Mars:

The ley lines extending outwards from the pyramid apex intersect with the following sites:

  • Cydonia (this ley line intersects with the are of Cydonia which features the famous ‘face’ and pyramid)
  • Kotka Crater
  • Stokes Crater
  • Circular features that look like Nazca-type geoglyphs, very similar in appearance to crop circles found on Earth
  • ‘Orion’s Belt’ consisting of Arsia Mons, Tharsis Montes and Ascraeus Mons.

The 56 degrees North latitude line, intersects with:

  • The eye of the dog
  • The circular features that look like Nazca-type geoglyphs, very similar in appearance to crop circles found on Earth
  • Stokes Crater

The ley line which runs through the eye of the dog intersects with the following site:

  • Asimov Crater
Kunowsky Crater Ley Lines - Zoomed in
Kunowsky Crater Ley Lines – Zoomed in
Kunowsky Crater Ley Lines
Kunowsky Crater Ley Lines
Kunowsky-Asimov Ley Line
Kunowsky-Asimov Ley Line
Kunowsky-Cydonia Ley Line
Kunowsky-Cydonia Ley Line
Kunowsky-Kotka Ley Line
Kunowsky-Kotka Ley Line
Kunowsky-Stokes Ley Lines
Kunowsky-Stokes Ley Lines
Kunowsky-'Orion's-Belt' Ley Line
Kunowsky-‘Orion’s-Belt’ Ley Line
Kunowsky-Nazca-type-'crop-circle' geoglyphs
Kunowsky-Nazca-‘crop-circle’ geoglyphs (the circular features look like Nazca-type geoglyphs, very similar in appearance to crop circles found on Earth)
Kunowsky Ley Lines - Opposite intersection point
Kunowsky Ley Lines – Opposite intersection point indicating the relatively high level of accuracy obtained in mapping the ley lines with the limited information, data and mapping tools available at the time

Kunowsky Ley Lines naming convention:

As multiple sites of interest intersect with the ley lines the following naming convention has been adopted to simplify the terminology used:

  • Kunowsky-Asimov Ley Line
  • Kunowsky-Cydonia-Kotka-Stokes Ley Line
  • Kunowsky-‘Orion’s Belt’ Ley Line
  • Kunowsky-56-Degrees-North Ley Line

Original NASA source:

Kunowsky Artwork: https://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/PSP_006860_2370

Kunowsky Pyramid: https://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/ESP_016314_2370

RaptorZone The Kunowsky Ley Lines of Mars Hypothesis YouTube Video:

Saturn Arks 4K Kunowsky Artwork YouTube Video:

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