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Nazis, E.T.'s, Deep States, the Admiral Byrd Expedition and the Exposure of Antarctica's Hidden Realms


Are there secrets about Antarctica that hold the key to the future?

Comment: Like a number of articles on this or related subjects, some of the information provided is quite simply unverifiable - but interesting and useful to explore nonetheless. This piece (as the author seems to say himself a few times) leaves much to the reader in terms of questioning its veracity. By all means do question. And hopefully, at some point in the not-too-distant future, we'll see more information presented on this subject that verifies what's objectively true, from what isn't. Enjoy.


The great visionary Edgar Cayce once said, "The unseen forces are greater than the seen." That esoteric statement extends to the cosmology of our physical universe as well, since scientists believe it's comprised of 96% dark matter and dark energy, leaving just 4% of the universe seeable. And among the earth's seven continents, no greater land mass has been more unseen, uninhabited and less known about than the mysterious frozen terrain that lies underneath the 2 mile deep polar ice shelf covering the Antarctic continent, a massive 5.4 million square mile (14 square million kilometer) archipelago that's twice the size of Australia surrounding the south pole.

The story of Antarctica is the story of secrecy enshrouded in government nondisclosure and cover-up. Yet scientists from primarily the United States, Russia, United Kingdom and France, each largely working separately for decades, have guardedly unveiled layers of truth in small bits and pieces that reveal a mysterious, darkly hidden past. In fact up to 30 countries operate research stations on the continent. Despite the Antarctic Treaty signed by a dozen original nations in December 1959 promoting cooperation for shared scientific research that prohibits a military presence other than for adjunctive scientific purposes, more than a half dozen countries squabble over territorial claims - the UK, Chile, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, France and Norway. The US supposedly ceased its naval operations on the continent in 1998. But aside from US hegemon's presence, Russia's vested interest announced a year ago includes a naval expedition operating in Antarctica, its first in three decades, and seemingly a violation of the Antarctic Treaty. China also set up its first air squadron in 2016, ostensibly to support its four research bases. With increasing tensions between US and Eastern powers Russia and China, the geopolitics chessboard match on our southernmost continent appears to be gearing up like never before.


The Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station is a United States scientific research station at the South Pole, the southernmost place on the Earth.

Question

Mystery flying object photographed over east England

© Sue Dook/Facebook
A mysterious flying object was spotted above Scunthorpe this afternoon.
A mysterious flying object has been spotted in the sky above Scunthorpe - but what could it be? The bright object was spotted on the outskirts of the town at around 1pm today (Sunday, January 8).

It was captured in these pictures, which were sent to the Scunthorpe Telegraph by reader Sue Dook via Facebook.
© Sue Dook/Facebook
Sue said her partner took the pictures and she had no idea what the object was but added that it was moving fast.

Megaphone

Strange 'vibrating boat horn' noise heard across Liverpool, UK

© Echo
'Really strange noises' were heard across Liverpool in the early hours of this morning and there are now questions over what it might be.

Houses in Kensington were left shaking during the '15 minute' episode which one resident says could have been a horn on a ship. Others living near the area also experienced the vibrating and heard the noise but came up with different answers as to where the sounds were coming from.

Clark Ribing, 32, says he heard the noise but has 'no clue what it could be'. The Hall Lane resident said: "It was a really loud vibration sound which I assume was coming from the sky. I haven't got a clue what it was but it was very loud and must have been heard all over Liverpool. It's really strange as the exact same noise was heard in Canada in 2013 too, I saw it on YouTube."

Mr Ribing experienced the noise for around 20 seconds at about 1am this morning. Gary Maloney, who is based in Kensington, also says he heard a 'loud vibrating noise' at about 12.30am. He said: "It sounded like it was coming from the docks. "It was vibrating the whole house and sounded like a horn on a ship." Mr Maloney says he heard the 'horn' for about 15 minutes.

Comment: One possibility: New Sott Report: Strange Noises in the Sky: Trumpets of the Apocalypse?


UFO

Chilean Navy declassifies inexplicable UFO footage after 2 year investigation

© Kenny-Boo Hurt / YouTube
The report from an alleged UFO sighting by the Chilean military over two years ago has just been declassified and the internet is abuzz with speculation - this is one mystery that has experts completely stumped.

The Chilean government agency which investigates UFOs, the CEFAA, reports that a naval helicopter was carrying out a routine daylight coastal patrol in November 2014 when the camera operator noticed an unidentified flying object ahead.

It was flying horizontally and at a steady speed similar to that of the helicopter.

Grey Alien

Photo of "demon" goes viral on Facebook

A picture is going viral on Facebook that appears to show a "demon." The photo was posted by Richard Christianson and has been shared more than 60,000 times.

The image appears to show a large, dark figure with wings and spikes on its head. The "demon" stands taller than a nearby home. Christianson captioned the photo, "What the hell do you see in this picture for reals ??? Anybody"

Many people on Facebook are arguing that it's either a demon or an angel. So, what do YOU see?


UFO

Arizona UFO theories reignited after mystery lights appear on New Year's Eve

Strange lights spotted on New Year's Eve over the town of Queen Creek, Arizona, may have been explained in an eyewitness report. The mysterious lights, which were speculated to be anything from fireworks to an alien invasion, were simply paper lanterns, according to the local woman's explanation.

Julie Baumann, a consultant with marketing company Isagenix, said that she spotted three bright lights in the sky shortly before the beginning of the new year. "I just saw these three lights consecutively spaced out and they were close so it definitely caught my eye," Baumann told NBC 12. "They were moving slow. They didn't speed up or slow down."

The community came alive with jokes, theories, and debate over the nature of the lights. The most popular theory was, of course, a UFO. But Baumann, who took a video of the lights with her phone, believes it to be a far more mundane phenomenon. "We were looking at it, all of us and we were going 'OK, it's definitely just paper lanterns'... the other three [lights] were like a ball of light and the last one just looked like a plastic bag floating in the wind," she said.

While not everyone is satisfied by this explanation, Baumann is confident that her eyewitness account is accurate. "It draws that curiosity of what could it be and aliens and I know people want to believe what they want to believe... but I saw three lit paper bags and one unlit paper bag."

The reports from Queen Creek came just a day after a pair of Englishmen in the town of Exmouth, in Devon, claimed to have seen a "white object" in the sky that many labeled a UFO. Others said that it was an airplane contrail, dyed an unusual orange color by the setting sun. Three days before that, another report from England detailed a mysterious light over the city of Sheffield.

The Queen Creek lights were the second fourth-quarter 2016 UFO sighting in the town of 33,000. Streaks of light reported in late October were quickly described by locals as signs of alien life.

Magnify

Beautiful crop circle makes an appearance in Antsy, UK


Found August 2016, this new crop circle appeared in Antsy, UK.
"The massive crop circle is a humongous 300-foot figure that occupies two acres of land and features a number of mysterious symbols that according to researchers are TWENTY astrological symbols adorning its edges..."

Crop circles have always been a mystery for the entire scientific community. They have been appearing around the entire globe, out of nowhere, for decades but some of the more recent formations are truly mind-boggling.

The latest reported case of crop circles in the UK is one of the most enigmatic ones in recent years and has fascinated a number of veteran crop circle researchers who have seen plenty of these in their lifetime and are not easily impressed.

The amazing crop circle just appeared on a farm in the UK and it's a 300 foot figure, covering an area or 2 acres. There are numerous mysterious symbols within the circle which as researchers say are supposed to represent 20 astrological symbols, all lined up around the edges of the circle.

Meteor

Milwaukee man's van damaged by unidentified object falling from the sky

© FOX6 News
Michael Robinson' damaged van
Unidentified Falling Object -- it's a UFO that has one local man scratching his head. His van damaged by a large object, but so far, no one can say exactly what that object is.

The damage is extensive, the owner of the van thinks the object fell from the sky. It's a mystery that plays out like an episode of The X-Files.

"I was like, what is that?! What happened?! I kept looking around and I couldn't see where it came from. It had to have come from the sky," said Michael Robinson.You could classify this case as an "X-Mas File" just days before the holiday and Marshall Robinson is getting a special delivery. Maybe it fell from Santa's sleigh, or maybe it came from space.

"It's like a cone shape, but on the top it's heavy and inside it's hollow," said Robinson.


UFO

Multiple lights appear and disappear in sky over Buxton, Maine (VIDEO)


A 'fleet' of UFO's?
File this one under "WTF," because that's exactly what Sean McKenna of Buxton said a lot when he saw these strange lights appear in the sky.

They look like stars, but stars aren't that bright and don't turn on like someone flipped a switch.

Here's is video that has a lot of WTF's in it without using the acronym, so if your kids are watching, you might want to mute it.


UFO 2

Strange Dutch Skies: Triangle UFOs and Mysterious 'Smoke Rings'

© UFO Meldpunt Nederland
Photo taken by a Dutch citizen who saw the unidentified flying object on November 24th 2016.
In late November 2016, the Dutch reporting center 'UFO Meldpunt Nederland' received a dozen reports of a triangle UFO. Reports came from southern, eastern, and western parts of the Netherlands.

One report (with attached pictures) posted on November 24th reads:
I was driving on the ring road in Houten, when extremely large lights on a triangle object, which was the size of at least 6 soccer fields, gently flew over. Several people were watching it at the side of the road. It flew very low, made no sound, and seemed to reflect. This was too large to be a human object, I was also doubting whether what I saw was real. Eventually I was able to take pictures at the side of the road, unfortunately from further away. At that time, helicopters were flying in that direction and a jet fighter which were, in comparison to the object, quite small. I estimate the height from the ground to be around 300 meters (not higher). http://imgur.com/a/PyIQ8 <- Here are the photos.
Another witness wrote that he saw three lights on November 27th while he was driving on the highway A12 heading towards Utrecht. The witness reported he saw three lights of which one was blue, and the other green. He added that the lights formed a triangle and that the object appeared very large.

News outlet Telstar-Online writes that a triangle UFO was seen in Gilze, Aarle-Rixtel, Utrecht, Almelo, and Pijnacker-Nootdorp. While the pictures as well as one video recorded by one of the witnesses may not be hard evidence, it is interesting that these reports came in over the same period, describing similar details. These allegedly seen objects were however not the only phenomenon that raised people's eyebrows.