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The Future Impact of Antarctica Disclosure — Analysis and Forecast

Friday, January 13, 2017

(David Nova
A nexus of strange events and information regarding Antarctica, including predictions by Clif High, suggest that some type of disclosure may indeed be on the horizon. However, will this be a controlled disclosure?

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by David Nova, January 12th, 2016

Is there anything quite as fascinating as the idea of a lost civilization buried beneath the polar ice of Antarctica? It stirs the imagination. Indeed, the lost civilization of Antarctica has been the focus of many a tale.
Cult-horror author, H. P. Lovecraft, wrote a novella, At The Mountains of Madness, about a disastrous expedition to the Antarctic continent in 1930, which discovered ancient alien ruins and a dangerous secret – part of his larger Cthulhu Mythos.
“Lovecraft had been fascinated with the Antarctic continent since he was at least 12 years old, when he had written several small treatises on early Antarctic explorers,” biographer S. T. Joshi wrote.[6]

The Beginning: Operation HighJump

Richard E. Byrd‘s first expedition took place in 1928-1930, right before the novella was written, and Lovecraft mentioned the explorer repeatedly in his letters, remarking at one point on “geologists of the Byrd expedition having found many fossils indicating a tropical past”.[9] Lovecraft’s fictional expedition was modelled after Byrd’s.[10]
Between 1946 and 1947, Byrd and his team carried out a large-scale operation called “HighJump”, during which he discovered and mapped 1,390,000 km² of the Antarctic territory. This US Navy operation included 4,700 men, 13 ships, and 33 aircraft. One piece of evidence suggesting that the Earth is hollow is Admiral Byrd’s alleged diary from 1947.

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