NASA allegedly photographed debris from alien monoliths and statues on Mars according to a UFO expert. The expert speculated that the objects were the remnants of a temple built and used by an alien civilization on the Red Planet.

Scott Waring of ET Data Base found the mysterious objects while going through Gigapan, a site dedicated to providing high-quality panoramic photos. It was established through a partnership with NASA and the Carnegie Mellon University.

While browsing the site, Waring came across a photo that was taken on SOL 2480. The same photo was also uploaded in the online gallery of NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover.

Waring pointed out the photo contained objects that looked like brick walls. Aside from these, he spotted a massive arrowhead-like structure sprawled in between the collapsed walls. Waring assumed that this structure came from a statue.

As seen in the photo, all of the objects are almost buried in the Martian sand, indicating that they have been there for a long time.

Based on the appearance of the objects and their geometrical shapes, Waring theorized that they might part of a larger structure that once existed on Mars. The objects could be the remnants of an ancient temple that was built and used by an alien civilization that once thrived on Mars.

Earlier in February, Waring saw another NASA photo that reportedly showed another temple on the Red Planet. Unlike in the recent photo, Waring’s previously discovery featured a structure that looked almost intact. It was situated on a hilltop with its silhouette sticking out against the clear Martian sky.

Based on the image, the massive object looked like a pyramid sitting on top of a wide rectangular structure.

“The structure has five or more levels, each one getting smaller than the one before it,” Waring wrote on his blog UFO Sightings Daily. “The top level being the highest. The main structure at the top of the levels looks like a pyramid with the top built flat.”

“Each level has a flat perfectly horizontal top so that someone or something can walk on it,” he added.

Sol 2480
This image was taken by Mastcam: Right (MAST_RIGHT) onboard NASA's Mars rover Curiosity on Sol 2480 (2019-07-29 07:23:41 UTC). NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS