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    Admiral Byrd rare interview 1954 on tv (longines chronoscope)


    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSiBYBd23lA

    "Oct 25, 2019 by aterina Kostaki Official

    LONGINES CHRONOSCOPE WITH RICHARD E. BYRD A RARE AND UNIQUE INTERVIEW WITH ADMIRAL BYRD 8TH DECEMBER 1954.

    ADMIRAL BYRD DISCUSSES THE HIGHJUMP OPERATION, THE DISCOVERY OF A NEW CONTINENT BEYOND ANTARCTICA AND THE MILITARIZATION OF ANTARCTICA.

    IS THIS A CLUE OF FLAT EARTH? IS ANTARCTICA A GATE TO UNEXPLORED AND HIDDEN WORLDS?"

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    I've seen it and it is interesting... Don't know about the flat earth part but apparently it was an interesting experience for Admiral Byrd ... if the reputed documentation is reliable.
    “If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.”

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    Bookmarking, not realible nAP ?

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    Not always, Aianawa. And one doesn't know unless the deep dive was taken.
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    I've an interesting photo, allegedly taken in Antarctica in the 50's, on my computer somewhere.

    I'll have a root-around and see if I can post it.


    Edit: A-Haaaa.......... Got it! Now, let's see if I can post it.

    Antarctic Ray.jpg

    Pretty interesting. It shows some sort of ray, emanating from the ground and appearing to go into the cloud. I'm not sure of the 'bleeding' type effect of the ray, am not sure if this is actually there or is something to do with the processing of the picture. I don't have much info on it, other than it supposedly being taken in the Antarctic and was in the early 1950's. That's about it.

    If anyone has seen this before, or has any further info, I'd love to hear about it.


    Edit II:

    Right, ok. I've just run the pic through TinEye (reverse image tool), and have found that the earliest example of this picture to be posted on the internet is from 2012 and is on the Living Moon website (http://www.thelivingmoon.com/41pegas...onspiracy.html) There is a better version of the picture and some interesting info to it which I re-produce below:


    British Antarctic Survey Mystery
    Back to Antarctica
    1966
    Excerpt

    After the first part of Britain's Secret War in Antarctica was published in the August/September edition of NEXUS (vol. 12, no. 5), I was inundated with people and specialists in their field with more substantiating information. However, by far the most intriguing and exciting was an email sent to me by Miles Johnston who investigated a strange story about Antarctica with Danny Wilson whilst with the Irish UFO Research Center. The center was contacted by an Eric Wilkinson in 1975, who had reported a strange incident in 1966 when he was with the British Antarctic Survey. An even stranger photo backs up the story (see above). In Miles Johnston's own words, he explains:

    "In 1975 I investigated a UFO/Strange Black Ray Cloud formation, taken by a Belfast member of the British Antarctic Survey. He gave me some images of a pulsing cloud formation firing a black ray into the ice, which bounced off and reflected further away from him. Who knows... maybe someone down there is using negative energy beam weapons? Or was... since the images were taken in 1966."
    Antarctica_UFO_sm.jpg

    The photo [above] is indeed enigmatic and substantiates the fact that Antarctica and Britain's role there are shrouded in mystery.
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    Followup:

    maybe
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    Legend NAP, legend!

    I'd love to see what is under the ice-sheet, especially with the advent of LIDAR. We've seen/heard all about the Amazon, that they can now see the vast "cities" that were home for up to a Million people, and interestingly, evidence of pyramids.......... Which should come as no great surprise really as they seem to be on every major landmass on the planet.

    Thinking aloud though, the sheer weight of all of that ice and the slow, heavy grinding would pretty much pulverise even todays hardest alloys and metals, so ancient stone structures would stand no chance really. Perhaps, if the ice were to be removed, we would be faced with a pristine, near sterilised, mass of rock.

    Time will tell.

    Time will tell.

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    Very true, Dear Reader. Glacial movement will grind and crush. Ice weight will crush too, I suppose.

    But some things would be preserved, I like to think. Pieces and fragments, something in a cave or hollow not crushed by ice. Foundations that could still be seen.

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