Antarctica: Ice Cubes and Neutrinos

In 1871, Lord Edward Bulwer-Lytton wrote a fictional tale about an omnipotent and life-giving energy called “Vril” that could be found here on Earth in a secret ice world. Over a hundred years later, particle physicists obsessed with Dark Matter saw that an ice world was just what you needed to go neutrino-hunting. The eighth and final installment of our Antarctica series begins here.

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Antarctica: The Rockefeller Connection

Part Six of our Antarctica saga begins here. Following the failure of Operation Highjump in 1947, men in high places made sure that the truth about all post-WWII Nazi evolution was tightly controlled. From the very beginning of both North and South pole explorations, the Banksters, like John D. Rockefeller shown here, and their agencies made sure that the narrative would proceed under their lead.

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Antarctica: Sent Packing in 1947

In August of 1946, a world still smouldering in the ashes of WWII was remembering the first anniversary of the deployment of the first atomic bombs as weapons “to end war.” In spite of the supposed vanquishing of all her enemies, the U.S. Navy suddenly felt compelled to launch an expensive, hastily timed, and poorly planned invasion of Antarctica. What situation was so critical on the southern continent that made Operation Highjump terribly urgent? 

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Antarctica: All This Fuss Over a Map

“Pope Innocent VIII could no longer protect and procrastinate over a centuries-old secret, a secret that was well-known to the Knights Templar and their allies.” In 1929, this map that was published early in the 16th century by Turkish Admiral Piri Reis, was magically rediscovered by a German theologian. It is a map that exhibited incredibly accurate detail of Antarctica, but drawn as she would have looked thousands of years ago without all the ice! Who knew about this and when did they know it? Part 2 of our Antarctica series begins here.

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Missionaries Make Perfect Spies

Russian intelligence-gathering capabilities are top-notch. If you wanted to spy on wealthy Russian citizens, but do it outside the usual official channels, how would you do it? What if an American church down the street was not only doing that very thing, but earning millions of tax-free rubles every year on the practice? I think we just found our answer. Read on to speculate what’s up with those clockwork annual raids of confidential Scientology files.

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Canada Renders Parents Obsolete

On June 1, 2017, Canadian lawmakers in Ontario passed a bill by a vote of 63-23 that essentially prohibits a minor child’s parents from disagreeing with the child’s “gender preference.” A child can cry “Abuse!” if his parents contradict him and try to exercise their right as caregivers to provide guidance to their own children. At this rate, why bother having parents at all, eh Canada?

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