Its official now, water under the surface of Mars!

Notes on 3-10-15 Mars   “History in the making.. water!” Spirit’s Voice

I had a visual of the planet Mars.
It could be Venus, but unlikely because we are only exploring Mars right now.

I had a visual of a large deep canyon with deep caves, the cave had a small pool of water and the cave was damp.
If this is symbolic they are implying the water is underneath the surface of the planet.

The facts reported by Wired: Scientist Discover Clean Water Ice Just Below Mars Surface

Locked away beneath the surface of Mars are vast quantities of water ice. But the properties of that ice—how pure it is, how deep it goes, what shape it takes—remain a mystery to planetary geologists. Those things matter to mission planners, too: Future visitors to Mars, be they short-term sojourners or long-term settlers, will need to understand the planet’s subsurface ice reserves if they want to mine it for drinking, growing crops, or converting into hydrogen for fuel.




Martian Lake

This Prediction has happened, it looks like the grey and blue odd ground might represent what Mars use to look like. The prediction is wrong in a lake vs river.

Notes on 8-30-13
I had a visual of an icy river bed with grey and blue odd-looking ground underneath the water. “They will find the ancient remains of a river bed on Mars, and with it what is needed” — It was odd because in this historic visual there wasn’t much of the familiar red copper looking ground. But it was clearly not earth. Expect to see outer space as a new focus, this century will be an amazing time of discovery and exploration.

AP News reported on 12-9-13 ; NASA: Ancient Martian lake may have supported life. “NASA’s Curiosity rover has uncovered signs of an ancient freshwater lake on Mars that may have teemed with tiny organisms for tens of millions of years, far longer than scientists had imagined, new research suggests. The watering hole near the Martian equator existed about 3.5 billion years ago. Scientists say it was neither salty nor acidic, and contained nutrients — a perfect spot to support microbes.” Quoted News: