During World War II, Antarctica became the most likable place for the Nazis. It is unknown what they were looking for in its icy expanses, but when the Americans came to know about it, they organized an expedition to Antarctica, sending a huge flotilla there. The program was called “Operation Highjump,” which included ten warships, two icebreakers, and the SS-408 Sennet submarine. A total of 4,700 people participated in the expedition, whose purpose is still unexplainable by the US military.
In 1947, the frightening results of the American expedition were made public by the journalist Lee van Atta, an employee of the Chilean newspaper El Mercurio in Santiago. The article explained why Admiral Richard E. Byrd aborted the expedition.
[Translation] “The Admiral explained that he was not trying to scare anyone, but the cruel reality is that in case of a new war, the United States could be attacked by planes flying over one or both poles. This statement was made as part of a recapitulation of his own polar experience, in an exclusive interview with International News Services. Talking about the recently completed expedition, Byrd says that the most important result of his observations and discoveries is the potential effect that they have in relation to the security of the United States. The fantastic speed with which the world is shrinking – recalled the Admiral – is one of the most important lessons learned during his recent Antarctic exploration. I have to warn my compatriots that the time has ended when we were able to take refuge in our isolation and rely on the certainty that distances, the oceans, and the poles were a guarantee of safety.’”
Mysticism of Antarctica
The southern continent has always been mischievous to man. In 1912, the expedition of Robert Scott disappeared in the snow, and one of its members named Lawrence Oates simply “left into the night” from the tent, never to return. According to some reports, there was another mystery in this expedition: one day, when Scott’s people were sure they would die of starvation, food mysteriously appeared near the tent at night: canned meat and frozen apricots. This allowed Scott and his people to stay alive for a little more but did not save them from death.
In 1914, the Australian science research ship, S.Y. Endeavour disappeared off the coast of Macquarie Island, carrying a crew and 21 Australian winterers. From 1957 to 1961, three American planes crashed in Antarctica, killing 12 people. In 1965, the American geophysicist Karl Disch went missing, and three Englishmen disappeared at the Holly Bay station. In 1966, a US plane crashed, killing six more people.
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In 1959, a Soviet expedition based on the Mirny polar station in Antarctica sent a group of eight researchers deep into the uncharted continent, and the group’s goal was to reach the south magnetic pole. Only three people returned from the dispatched group. According to the official version, the cause of the tragedy was severe frosts and a storm, as well as an all-terrain vehicle engine failure.
Later, Soviet polar explorer Yuri Korshunov, in a conversation with a reporter, explained what had happened to the expedition to the polar station. Korshunov was one of those participants who returned from a trip to the magnetic pole.
According to the polar explorer, the group was attacked by luminous flying objects resembling disks, and an attempt to photograph an anomalous phenomenon ended poorly, as their cameras were destroyed by a beam sent from a flying object. Those who tried to repel the attack using their hunting rifles were also struck by the rays from that object and died. The reporter did not have time to publish the collected materials, as the sudden death of Yuri Korshunov prevented this.
In 1970, the United States Environmental Science Service Administration (ESSA) published satellite images of the North Pole, where one picture showed a perfect rounded hole over the Arctic. This sparked the conspiracy theorists to believe in the existence of underground civilizations. The underground world is sometimes associated with “Agartha.”
Admiral Richard E. Byrd allegedly wrote about his encounter with a lost civilization during the expedition to North and South Poles. According to his secret entry, he met the ancient race underground and witnessed a huge base with animals and plants previously thought to have been extinct. The animals he saw included Mammoth-like creatures.
Gaia wrote: “Byrd plane was commandeered mid-air and landed for him by people in the center of the Earth who intercepted his plane with saucer-shaped aircraft. Upon landing, he was met by emissaries of a civilization many assume to be the mythical Agartha. These alleged Agarthans expressed their concern about humanity’s use of atomic bombs during WWII and employed Byrd as their ambassador to return to the U.S. government and relay their sentiment.”
He noted that he was ordered to remain silent on what he had witnessed during the Arctic assignment by the government. Admiral Byrd wrote in his diary on March 11, 1947:
“I have just attended a Staff Meeting at the Pentagon. I have stated fully my discovery and the message from the Master. All is duly recorded. The President has been advised. I am now detained for several hours (six hours, thirty-nine minutes, to be exact.) I am interviewed intently by Top Security Forces and a Medical Team. It was an ordeal!!!! I am placed under strict control via the National Security provisions of this United States of America. I am ORDERED TO REMAIN SILENT IN REGARD TO ALL THAT I HAVE LEARNED, ON THE BEHALF OF HUMANITY!!! Incredible! I am reminded that I am a Military Man and I must obey orders.”
There is some mention of the underground world in various ancient cultures. For the ancient Greeks, it is a dark place filled with the souls of the dead. In Judaism, it is known as Sheol. Besides, ancient alien theorists have a strong belief that the Himalayan region in Southwest Tibet could have had a secret entrance to an underground mythical city known as Shambhala. (Click here to read the full article)