Palermo's Phobos Anomalies

"Baby Monolith"

Drawing by Efrain Palermo

The Phobos monolith (in the upper right corner of the image above) has a pointed roof (or pyramid corner) which points towards another anomalous object I call the 'Baby Monolith'. It's a block shaped object which appears to have a squarish roof top and whose shadow indicates it rises above the ground. The resolution of the images is 1.80 meters per pixel. The baby Monolith is about 30 feet high by 30 wide and 54 feet long. I haven't the foggiest idea what the relationship is between the two objects. It could be a geologic coincidence or some other esoteric purpose.

The smaller block is in the line of sight of the main monolith, I wonder what it would look like standing on the roof of the baby monolith looking at the bigger one?


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Page 1 - The Discovery

Page 2 - A Physical Mock-Up of the Monolith

Page 3 - A Monolith or Pyramid?

Page 5 - Phobos Vital Statistics

Page 6 - Phobos Lore: Theories and Speculations

Page 7 - Phobos: Images of the Moon

Page 8 - Phobos Links

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