Asteroid Hunting (Excerpt from) Volume 1, Mona Lisa on the Moon, Thirty-Two Thousand Years in the Making

Asteroid Hunting

To Mona, there was a piece that continued to gnaw at her regarding the asteroid belt that the dwarf planet Ceres was a part of; she felt that it may be somehow connected to the impact event on Mars. She was in the perfect spot to investigate such speculation because she was orbiting Ceres. Mona asked, “Levie?”

Mona talking with Levie

Levie, always in touch, responded, “Yes, M.”

Mona asked, “The theories regarding the asteroid belt … please review and evaluate.”

“Yes, M.”

Mona went on. “Could Ceres have been a moon to a planet that was destroyed in the vicinity of the asteroid belt?”

“Not according to prevailing accepted cosmological theory. It was formed early in the solar system’s formation, 4.5 billion years ago, and the remaining asteroids in the belt were remnants of a never-formed larger planet body.”

“Could the larger planet body have been in existence within the last five hundred thousand years—let’s say four hundred thousand years, give or take a small percentage?”

“Not according to prevailing theory, but not impossible,” Levie exclaimed.

Mona needed all the known details. “Levie, is there any way to test my theory regarding the age of an asteroid’s formation?”

“Yes, by measuring their isotopic composition to find their age and other characteristics. The problem, assuming the asteroids in the belt are fragments of a larger body, is how to find the newest byproducts of an impact or explosion on an asteroid.”

“Levie, let’s transfer all remaining personnel from your holds to other mother ships or to Ceres immediately. We be asteroid hunting!”

Mona engaged the thrusters to slide Leviathan out of Ceres’s orbit. Leviathan had transferred all noncrew personnel to other ships or to Ceres’s interior. Mona had requested forensic geologists and a team of scientists equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to date selected asteroid samples in the belt. All Mona really needed was to find examples of explosive deformation where heat and recrystallization had reset the ionized materials’ isotope clocks back to zero; the concentration ratios of such isotopes would indicate a young sample instead of an ancient one.

Of specific interest was zirconium silicate, which could be dated in rocks that formed from about 1 million years ago to over 4.5 billion years ago with routine precisions in the 0.1–1 percent range. If zirconium is found that dates younger than billions of years, that would be evidence that may indicate the asteroids were from a destructive process not long ago at all.

 Within the first few hours, Mona found an asteroid that showed promise. Her experience in prospecting for rare Earth elements had honed Mona’s techniques to maneuver Leviathan close enough to use grappling hooks and stabilized hydraulic spacers. These spacers prevented damage to Leviathan’s hull. A team of geologists were sent in near weightless conditions to take samples that showed any areas of heat metamorphosis or igneous intrusions on the surface.

Once the materials were inside, the dating trials began. It was immediately apparent that some of the samples were showing ages under the lowest limits of accuracy, because they were much too young to be dated. In geologic terms, they were brand new. Further testing for thorium isotopes, including thorium 229, showed ratios consistent with rock formation approximately four hundred thousand years ago. Bingo! A planet larger than Ceres may have existed in the asteroid belt and been destroyed some four hundred thousand years ago.

The final report to the Prometheus Council was as follows:

  • Mars was nearly destroyed two hundred thousand years ago.
  • An unknown planet in the asteroid belt for which Ceres may have been a moon was possibly destroyed approximately four hundred thousand years ago.
  • The Voynich manuscript confirms the date of Mars’s destruction to be two hundred thousand years ago and predicts disaster next year to Earth. The prehumans left in possible anticipation of a significant threat.
  • The prophets of the Prometheus Council predict disaster next year as well.
  • So we have multiple sources predicting a periodic cycle of destruction within our solar system every two hundred thousand years.
  • We are now due for the next occurrence.
  • Finally, the ‘danger out there’ may well be coming from the Pillars of Creation and possibly from the areas blanked out on purpose.

The Prometheus Investigation Team’s recommendations included the following:

  • Reorient all available telescopes operating in the spectra of visible light and nonvisible light toward the Pillars of Creation (especially those in the vicinity of Ceres).
  • Determine why the prehumans evacuated, if possible.

Devise a plan to destroy or deflect one or more incoming killer-size comets or other threat.

“The Largest Man Made Canal System on Earth From free Web Book” ‘’

My graphic of what I think it looked like several thousands of years ago.

The research of John Jensen and Gary Schoening are impressive. I reviewed the material and did my own research. I could find nothing that disproved their speculation and research. In my opinion it is significant evidence that a large highly sophisticated population could have existed on the Earth many thousand years ago. This parallels my research presented in my book Volume 1, Mona Lisa on the Moon, Thirty-Two Thousand Years in the Making.

Actual Google Earth images of the remnants of the system

“The entire complex covers an area about equal in size to the State of Arizona in the USA. The canals are an integrated system of apparent irrigation and agricultural (and probably aquaculture) design. The system is about 350 miles in width and about 300 miles in depth. (For the remnants still visible.) This system represents roughly 67 MILLION acres of sustainable agriculture. Given the sophistication of design, it is entirely plausible to assume an above average yield, i.e. feeding well over 90 persons per acre on an annual basis. The system may or may not have provided a sustainable aquaculture (marine farming) environment. I have no reason to suspect that it did not.

Different estimates of the numbers of people this sustainable system would supply varies widely, though it is generally accepted that a system like this, if properly managed would provide a complete annual diet for somewhere between 60 to 120 people per acre. Which means this system was in fact providing food for an average of about 5 Billion people.”

First brought to my attention by Gary Schoening. Here is his original Vimeo post:

SEX, SEX, SEX short story from The Honest Alien by George B Author of Volume 1, Mona Lisa on the Moon, Thirty-Two Thousand Years in the Making

Three participating member reproductive system . . . that destroyed Mars


You will have to excuse me. It has been a long day and I agreed to meet Harry and his girlfriend in the Bar for a drink. That is him at the end of the Bar.

SEX, SEX, SEX from The Honest Alien, Al . . . a short story or possibly a book, Fiction or is it? . . . by George B. (All rights reserved published work (c) 2016 George B.)

Sex: By-the-way, my claim to fame is I suggested the two-sex reproductive system. Of which I am NOT a product of myself. Our Mono system is very boring and is the slowest foundation for evolutionary change and progress . . . relying primarily on spontaneous mutations caused by cosmic rays, etc. rather than being sped up by DNA re-combinations coming from at least two motivated and passionate donors. That is not to say there are not occasional DNA-swaps but it is most clinical and without emotion, passion or intrigue.

While I suggested the two-gender system. It was not my decision to make. But without my input it was going to be the mono sex system one finds in most of the Andromeda system. Being as I implied above, a rather boring process devoid of intrigue and romance at any level, I am very happy the two-sex system for Earth was adopted!

As a side note, the three-gender system has been used in your solar system resulting in a total disaster and is the reason there is no atmosphere left on Mars not to mention the destruction of that planet between Mars and Jupiter. How this happened is such a long story and would take too much time to explain right now. Needless to say, a three-legged stool is not more stable than a one or two-legged stool; at least when it comes to reproduction.

The system is a three-way DNA recombination. Theoretically, this results in quicker evolution, a lower birth rate but higher offspring survival to reproductive age.

This requires an egg donor, sperm donor and the incubator. A process where all three must be present at the same time. The incubator having the only uterus of the three and also possesses a full set of DNA, which will not activate without the other two DNA sources mixing and matching with the third set.

Interestingly all three must be there, not for fertilization, but to assure zygote maturation. Unlike the mono and two- sex gender systems which evolve naturally the three-gender system is artificially derived through genetic manipulation.

It was developed to maximizes the rate of genetic re-combinations thereby increasing the rate of evolution by one third.

Though the three-gender system has its advantages . . . it was a complete failure on Mars. My counterpart Harry is the culprit on this one. He was early in his tenure as an operative and wanted to quickly bring Mars to the evolutionary equivalent of a much older planet.

What an idiot!! If he had only studied the archives in the Orion System he would have known that disaster is the consequence of pushing physical evolution faster than a species is able to integrate its new-found capabilities. As you Earth people say it was a “Train Wreck!”

We were lucky we only lost the atmosphere on Mars and unfortunately our planet listening post between Mars and Jupiter. The Asteroid belt is now an interesting feature of your solar system but the planet there was really a nice observation platform for the TrollShillian Collective. However, we were able to move it to Ceres, the destroyed Planet’s moon.

And to think this could have been avoided simply by a low-level civil servant doing the proper amount of due diligence and research before tinkering with reproduction strategies.

You think the war between two sexes is bad, just think about a third participant in the mix!!

I hope you don’t mind if I smoke. Smoking is a nasty habit from Earth that has become the rage in the Collective. You amaze us by your desire to degrade, destroy and otherwise commit slow suicide in the quest for temporary pleasure and escape. How we love you guys!

In case you are curious, the creature to my left is Sam, a close associate of Harry. You met Harry and his girlfriend in the Bar previously. They are both staying with me a few days. Seems Harry and Sam got a chance to escape the water world they were sentenced to because of their less than stellar management of Mars. A constant reminder the Collective never forgives or forgets.

Sam, Mr Mars screw-up operative, is now on a squid dominated water world, no mixed drinks, nothing but sushi, and water polo instead of golf! He and Sam are now an eternal example of don’t piss off the management!

Gilda the Cloud Queen of the Swarm, the Uncontested Leader of Thirty Billion Scavengers . . . a Short Story taken from: Volume 1, Mona Lisa on the Moon, Thirty-Two Thousand Years in the Making by George B


In contrast to Mona’s preparation, Gilda’s consisted of eating fewer desserts. She was so confident of her victory that she didn’t even consider a strategy in the unlikely chance she lost. Without question, her arrogance was one of her best qualities.  Without such extreme hubris, she would have been just one of the dull queens in the Swarm’s history. Gilda craved adulation, fame and eternal renown. She fantasized this competition being immortalized as an epic battle between the greatest queen ever and the upstart alien aided by the treasonous shock troop commander.  To guarantee her place as a living legend, not only did Gilda need to crush CapHead and Mona, but she had to make sure they were considered formidable threats.