Some of the latest thinking on The Ether is that a “hyperdimensional model” of the universe posits The Ether as the actual transformation medium between the higher spatial realities and our (3-D) dimension – through something called the “torsion field.” (Higher spatial realities would be, in other words, the fourth dimension and beyond.) The “torsion field” is a “spin field”, a whirling vortex. Scientists of the West call some of the “torsion field” ideas non-approved science. But Russian scientists meanwhile have conducted thousands of experiments on the torsion field. (Background: Our Friend, The Ether (Part 22), Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of November 19, 2013.)
Unusual geometric figures are associated with the torsion fields, for example the Seal of Solomon in three dimensions.  One author has noticed what seem to be pentagonal monuments on Mars. In a region of Mars called “Cydonia” an eerie face had been noticed. Studying this “face on Mars” and its vicinity, Richard C. Hoagland (image above) concluded there was “redundant tetrahedral geometry” at Cydonia. 
The mainstream scientific journal Nature published a report on May 19, 2006 dealing with bizarre geometric shapes which appear at the center of swirling vortices in planetary atmospheres which “might be explained by a simple experiment with a bucket of water.” Researchers at the Technical University of Denmark in Lyngby had spun buckets filled with water at various rates of speed. The researchers found that as they increased the rate of spin and the water span out to the sides, “creating a hole of air in the middle, the dry patch wasn’t circular as might be expected. Instead it evolved, as the bucket’s spin sped up, from an ellipse to a three-sided star, to a square, a pentagon, and, at the highest speeds investigated, a hexagon.” 
The researchers from Denmark may have created a minor torsion field which began to allow The Ether to manifest from higher space. Associated with this weak torsion field were basic geometric shapes which became more complex as the “spin field” accelerated.
H.P. Lovecraft had been an amateur astronomer and was more than casually acquainted with Einstein’s theories and with non-Euclidean geometries. Lovecraft’s various tales are informed by instances of weird geometry. Lovecraft was primarily interested in creating an appropriate mood to inspire in the reader a sense of cosmic horror. 
Lovecraft wrote to a colleague in 1932, regarding his variants of the general theme of “cosmic horrors”, such as defeats of the visible laws of time and transcensions of the boundary lines of Euclidean space :
- Time: In “The Call of Cthulhu”, Cthulhu is released from an eons-long imprisonment in the ancient, sunken city of R’lyeh. Cthulhu had been let loose after “vigintillions of years” – 10 to the 63rd power of years!
- Space: A description of R’lyeh offers “strange geometries.” The geometry of R’lyeh “was abnormal, non-Euclidean, and loathsomely redolent of spheres and dimensions apart from ours.”
“What would be more unsettling to one’s sense of reality than to encounter physical examples of, say, hyperbolic geometry transplanted into our Euclidean world?” 
One of the sailors fleeing in terror from the escaped Cthulhu is “swallowed up by an angle of masonry which shouldn’t have been there; an angle which was acute, but behaved as if it were obtuse.” 
H.P. Lovecraft’s tale, “At the Mountains of Madness”, again features weird geometry as a background. “There were geometrical forms for which an Euclid could scarcely find a name – cones of all degrees of irregularity and truncation…” Of special note in this particular tale are constructions of five-pointed stars. These were described as being seen during an exploration of Antarctica. 
Among the Mars photos reproduced in Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA (by Richard C. Hoagland and Mike Bara) are pentagonal pyramids in the Cydonia region.
Some claim abundant free energy can be obtained by accessing higher dimensions via torsion field portals. But suppose something else, something terrifying, were to be transplanted into our ordinary 3-D world. In one of the Doctor Who episodes, Rose Tyler (accompanying the Doctor in his TARDIS machine), creates a “paradox” when she goes back in time and stops the fated death of her father. Due to this “paradox” caused by Rose, horrifying creatures from another realm come through a time-space portal into England. 
And let’s not forget how Cthulhu had been released from his space-time oblivion. The point is, maybe NASA has a good reason for not wanting knowledge about potential portals found on Mars to leak out.
——- Sources ——-
 Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA, by Richard C. Hoagland and Mike Bara. Los Angeles: Feral House, 2007
 “Geometric whirlpools revealed”, by Philip Ball. Nature, May 19, 2006. http://www.nature.com/news/2006/060515/full/news060515-17.html
 “H.P. Lovecraft: a Horror in Higher Dimensions”, by Thomas Hull (Merrimack College) Feb. 10, 2006. http://humanmathexperience.wikispaces.com/file/view/Lovecraft+sci+fi+non-eucl+article.pdf
 “At the Mountains of Madness”, by H.P. Lovecraft.
 Writer Paul Cornell, Director Joe Ahearne, Producer Phil Collinson (14 May 2005). “Father’s Day”. Doctor Who. Series 1. Episode 8. BBC. BBC One.