Cities illuminated on a moon of Saturn
Confusing news from the CUFOM conference held on April 29 in the Bacoli Vanvitellian Casina. President Angelo Carannante illustrated his theory of the presence of another sculpture near the Cydonia Face on Mars.
Discovery is particularly important as it confirms the theory that the famous Face would be the image of Alalu, one of the Anunnaki exiled on the red planet, as described on one of the sumer tablets studied by Zecharia Sitchin.
The speakers of the conference also contacted Iwona Szymanska who explained to the defendants the details of her kidnapping, many years ago, and the astronomer Berardino Ferrara. But the evening scoop came from Honorary President of Cufom, ing. Ennio Piccaluga (Fig. 2).
His studies, so far directed towards the planet Mars, have lately been oriented towards the moons of Saturn. On one of these, #encelado, the presence of water has recently been verified (Fig. 1).
A discovery certainly of extraordinary importance, but there seems to be much more in that area of the Solar System. Lights in the night on a Saturn satellite Maybe, even a city, on the Jupiter Moon, a satellite with a diameter that is less than half of our Moon.
But its mass is 40 times lower. An empty satellite? An artificial … body? It certainly recalls the so-called “Black Death” of the Star Wars Saga (Fig.3) and, like this, has a ring around the equator, as if it were two united pieces and welded between them as It can be seen in Fig.4.
Incuriosito da questa strana e singolare caratteristica, l’ing. Piccaluga ha esplorato con attenzione le mappe inviate a Terra dalla sonda Cassini (Fig. 5), mappe con risoluzione di circa 1000 m./pixel.
Non sufficente a rivelare oggetti dettagliati, ma più che adeguata per mostrare particolari di una certa dimensione. Lo studio ha dato però dei risultati inattesi ed in un certo senso inaccettabili: nella notte del pianeta con gli anelli, sulla sua luna Giapeto ci sono…..delle luci accese (Fig. 6).
Several, apparent urban agglomerations with many miles of each, lights of several colors, from green to red (Figures 7 and 8). Has the engineer explained that he was fully aware of the absurdity of observation: cities lit on a Saturn satellite? If they are real, why did not anyone ever talk about it?
However, it is not new to this kind of observation. The ones he brought back to his latest book on the Anomalies of Mars, Return to Lahmu (Fig.9) are no less incredible and, above all, they are not denying because of each particular discovery is always reported the original Nasa or Esa frame Which is drawn.
Returning to Giapeto, dimensional relationships show that the 11 presumed “cities” range from 30 to 80 km. In fact the lights would seem to illuminate those that appear to be huge entrances to the subsoil, or at least in covered and sheltered areas.
The search, extended to the whole satellite, also revealed another “city” on the right side of the map (Fig. 10). This time, however, the dimensions are reduced, the “lamps” are of an intense orange and seem to illuminate an entrance into the sub-floor of a parallelepipedal shape. These lights are so far unique and seem to have no explanation.
These are not reflections, impossible at night and without light sources. Effects of natural luminescence? Phosphorescence? The intense, different colors and geometrically arranged around the apparent inputs seem to deny this possibility.
Eng. Little is not imbalanced: if it were really urban agglomerations it would be an epochal discovery, and then relaunch the ball to the space entities. City on Giapeto? The question is about those who shake their wrists even to Nasa executives. When can we have an answer? Maybe we should wait for a further mission on Saturn.