Season 7, Episode 19
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: Everybody is talking about Antarctica, and your information is that there is a very interesting new finding or series of findings down there, and the more that this goes on, the more you’ve learned.
So tell us what’s new in this whole Antarctica story that we haven’t already been covering?
Corey: Well, some of the newest information that I received is information that’s going to make some of the military-industrial complex a little nervous.
It turns out that during the 1950s, there was a project called Project Ice Worm, and they were basically in icecaps building launch silos.
This particular one that we have video of occurred in Greenland. Now what’s significant about this is that they’ve used this method of creating under-ice bases all through Antarctica.
They’ve created mini-bases, but much larger, that have become R&D bases. And these research and development bases are where companies like Lockheed Martin are doing reverse engineering of a lot of the technology they have found under the ice.
This is also how they built some of the early Moon bases and Mars bases – very similar – in a very similar fashion.
David: So you’re saying that Lockheed Martin and other groups have bases in Antarctica that are more extensive than what we were led to believe or what you were led to believe in earlier briefings?
Corey: Correct, but what’s significant about talking about this publicly is that, I believe in 1959, an Antarctic Treaty was signed…