Large parts of Mars ‘habitable’
Scientists recently revealed that “large regions” of the red planet could sustain terrestrial life. While just one percent of Earth’s volume – from core to upper atmosphere – was occupied by life, the world-first modelling showed three percent of Mars was habitable, though most of it was underground. It would also be warm enough, at certain depths, for bacteria and other micro-organisms to thrive due to heat from the planet’s core. Read more HERE.
In earlier posts, we’ve shared how Mars was INHABITED but that creation was destroyed for rebelling against Yahweh’s Throne of Authority. That explains the MANY findings that support how life once existed on that planet. Mars is only about one-half the size of Earth and yet has several volcanoes that surpass the scale of the largest terrestrial volcanoes. Here’s another revelation: The fire being creations that exist in the core of planet Earth are an intergal part of every planet that has an active volcanic core. Therefore, there are also fire beings that inhabit the core of Mars.