Let us do some time-jumping but just in the common way: reading old news.
On December 7th, 2008, Andrew Basiago a lawyer, made his discovery. "I was astonished by what I found," he said. "There, on the Red Planet, were beings in blue bodysuits and the abstract artwork of a Martian civilization. I was looking at the first evidence of life beyond Earth!"
In his letter to the National Geographic Society, the lawyer writes that careful evaluation of PIA10214 reveals "a cosmic treasure trove of pictographic evidence of life on Mars, including humanoid beings, animal species, carved statues, and built structures."
Of course you can check the original and see with your own eyes the " cosmic treasure trove of pictographic evidence of life on Mars, including humanoid beings, animal species, carved statues, and built structures."
But please, if you only see a Martian desert, don't worry because everybody sees the same thing: nothing at all.
Of course Andy Basiago tried to convince the National Geographic Magazine to publish his fantastic discovery, but for the publishers of the prestigious magazine, this was pure nonsense.
Remember that until that moment, the story of the CIA time-jump experiment was inexistent.
Something happens in the mind of the lawyer, and the whole thing becomes what is now: a massive, conspiratorial nonsense.
By the way, those who "promote" this delirium are not helping Andrew Basiago to come back to the real world.