More To Ceres Lights Than Just Epsom Salt?
You can imagine my chagrin when I learned earth scientists are expressing the possibility that the bright spots on Ceres are just magnesium sulphate or what is more commonly referred to as Epsom salt. The main stream media is taking this as the gospel truth when in fact scientists are saying this is ONLY a possibility. The question is, “Have you ever seen Epsom salts, after you’ve turned off the lights, glow in the dark?
If the subject of Ceres is new to you, it may be helpful to review with following video:
In my own research, I have found using Photoshop’s ability of exposure and brightness, without any further manipulation other than magnification, something similar to what Mark Burginger found here:
Structure within lighted area:
(Click image for larger view.) Notice at the bottom of the crater; it looks like an underground dome-like entrance. A large dome-like building appears to the left inside the crater as noted in the prior video. To the rear of the crater there appears to be an entrance with giant pillars. Could this also be part of the same structure as shown above but directly attached below?
Another thought indicating the lights may be more than just magnesium sulphate:
Is it possible that the south pole as seen here could be an underground entrance as speculated by many?
For further research original images found here and here.
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