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The Arcturus Probe

The Arcturus Probe
Argüelles, José

Arcturus is the name given to the star system some thirty-seven light-years from our own. It includes at least a half dozen planetary bodies and is many times larger and much older than our own star and its system.

Arcturian involvement with our system began over three million years ago when a space colony—a galactic space station—was established on Velatropa 24.4, otherwise known as Mars. With its 40,000-year warm cycles, Mars provided the perfect experimental way station. If anything went wrong, at least those on the Arcturus system would not be affected—or so it was thought. Some of those in command of the Martian project had not considered carefully enough the inexorable efficacy of karma, the law of cause and effect.

By the time strange events began to transpire on Mars, little did anyone on Mars or Arcturus reckon the strange consequences of forgetting about each other's mutual existence. Thus unfolds the tale of the Arcturian experimental way station, V.24.4, otherwise known as Mars.

Explore the tales of the Arcturus Probe through the transmission of the Mars experience to the neighboring blue planet, V.24.3, Earth, where a more cautiously and intelligently supervised "repeat performance" would be played out in a continuing investigation of which we are all a part.

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The narrative suggests that


The narrative suggests that Mars served as a buckshot roulette galactic space station for the Arcturians, providing an experimental platform. However, unforeseen consequences arise as strange events unfold on Mars.






The concept of an ancient space colony on Mars linked to the Arcturian system is enthralling. This narrative delves into the cosmic intricacies of forgotten interstellar connections and the unfolding consequences across eons.
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It's fascinating buildnow gg to think about a prehistoric Marsian space colony connected to the Arcturian system. This story explores the cosmic nuances of forgotten intergalactic links and their long-term effects.