150 mile anomaly in Antarctica

Discussion in 'Fact or Fiction?' started by RayR, Jan 4, 2017.

  1. RayR

    RayR Administrator

    The anomaly was discovered in an area known as Wilkes Land Gravity anomaly on Antarctica. Speaking about the discovery, Secureteam10 says: ‘To this day, scientists have no idea or way to discover exactly what is buried deep under this thick ice shelf. This continent has been shrouded in a mystery of its own for years now.’

    ‘There is some evidence of this coming to light in recent years, with images purporting to show various entrances built into the side of mountains, with a saucer shape and at a very high altitude. This begs the question: how would you enter these entrances without something that could fly and was the same shape as the hole itself?’

    Furthermore, it is believed that the US Navy led a mission to investigate such anomaly. The odd anomaly was first found by NASA satellites in 2006.



    The recon mission was dubbed ‘Operation Highjump.’ Operation Highjump included a staggering 13 ships, aircraft escort, aircraft carrier, a submarine, two destroyers and a total of 4,700 men with full battle gear in what was officially called an ordinary ‘training exercise.’ Operation Highjump was curiously terminated six months earlier than expected. An excerpt from February 19, 1947 describes Admiral Byrd’s arrival over the pole at 1000 hours:

    We are crossing over the small mountain range and still proceeding northward as best as can be ascertained. Beyond the mountain range is what appears to be a valley with a small river or stream running through the center portion. There should be no green valley below! Something is definitely wrong and abnormal here! We should be over Ice and Snow! To the portside are great forests growing on the mountain slopes. Our navigation Instruments are still spinning, the gyroscope is oscillating back and forth!

    What do you think? Fact or fiction?
     
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  2. roger2388

    roger2388 Well-Known Member

    Ra, don't know in answer to your question, but extremely interesting nevertheless!
     
  3. Finaltom

    Finaltom Well-Known Member

    I think that the Admiral Byrd story/diary is a cover story, along with the public story of the mission. Feels like it was a mission of a different sort. A battle possibly.

    Here is a link for a copy of Admiral Byrd's Diary. After directly reading the diary, his account of "meeting the master" seems illogical to just speak to him alone and at the least, having his communications officer, dictating everything. A highly advanced race would presume the result of only speaking to one individual, knowing the result. Doesn't feel accurate.

    I keep getting story, story, story.
     

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