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Journey to Mars with Lewis Michael Rhinehart & TJ Morris

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LEWIS MICHAEL RHINEHART, Paranormal Historian shares his Social Paranormal Journey with TJ and members of the ACE Folklife Historical Society, and ACO Social Service Club. Lewis is a Photo Analyst of the Mars Anamalies as Paridolia or real images from NASA. References made to a new way of thinking about our future on Mars. Go to projectmars.net and look under the 'annals of Mars' where you can read a couple of my papers. They are near the end of the list. Also there is another where I found a couple more Scorpion Beings to corroborate Andy's find.” Lewis - Tennessee, USA - PARANORMAL HISTORIAN & PHOTO JOURNALIST with ACEFolklife/ACO Social Service Club in TJ Morris ACIR.  becoming popular on the Internet. Lewis knows of a man in our Social Paranormal Community who is named Andrew Basiago who has teamed up with Alfred Lambremont Webre. Lewis has an advocation doing photo analysing of MARS. ACE Folklife Social PARANORMAL friends on earth are determined to find the truth in all things. We are the 99% against corporate greed, lies and deception.  Lewis believes that a lie distorts the reality of the people brought into the lie and is sorting out his truth. Lewis is a Paranormal Historian of the Mars Anomaly Photo Analysis kind and he is not alone.  Photos analysis theory and philosophy see projectmars.net under the 'annals of Mars' read a couple of paper. Near the end of the list.Pareidolia (pron.: /pær?'do?li?/ parr-i-doh-lee-?) is a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds, the man in the moon or the Moon rabbit, and hearing hidden messages on records when played in reverse.

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