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Antarctic Thermal Hot Spot #6497
Wed Nov 14, 2018 7:49 AM
Wed Nov 14, 2018 7:49 AM

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Just heard on the BBC radio news: mainstream scientists are observing a 50 x 100km hot spot in Antarctica that has no known explanation. They speculate it could be nuclear.
“Holy cow,” I thought. “Is Disclosure happening?!”
It fits in with the stories I’ve heard of a giant craft being buried under the ice. The news resonates really well with things I’ve heard via David Wilcock.

I just think it’s interesting and wanted to highlight it.
I thank you. Goodnight!

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Like in the movie ''The thing'' ? All of this story could already be explain in a part?

A lot of people use fictions and fantaisies to disclose critical informations. It is a preparation ground and I am pretty sure watching those movies would explain a bit more to someone imagination so the truth is easier to swallow even if it is presented as a uncontrolable dangerous threat. But I think I know where first I heard of that crash 40 000 years ago? They made a movie out of the idea years ago so... That mean they found it [beep] yeah but a really long time ago wait... 36 years ago they made up a story for it well that mean? Following rate of leak in the blackout normally a movie can show up out of a story 25 years after the classification of the informations so... around 1945-1955 they found it. Was there any expeditions in antartica around those years? Or a surveillance technology was developed to see something?

I am not an investigator at that moment so I won't check up my speculations but I think that ship is really there and the pilot was found frozen in ice. In the first movie you see scene in black and white that made me feel it was no cinematographic and has nothing to do with what it shows and what is happening in the second movie they made out of it. Like if it was a real video that they hidden in a stupid movie. I have seen that before and it is a known way to introduce a concept of informtions to the public but normally disclosure is after like 60 years minimum so why now? Wait... Maybe it has been 60 years...

Can anyone check up those speculations? It would be great!


Plus qu'hier et moins que demain / More than yesterday and less than tomorrow
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Originally Posted by Xeno
Like in the movie ''The thing'' ? All of this story could already be explain in a part?

A lot of people use fictions and fantaisies to disclose critical informations. It is a preparation ground and I am pretty sure watching those movies would explain a bit more to someone imagination so the truth is easier to swallow even if it is presented as a uncontrolable dangerous threat. But I think I know where first I heard of that crash 40 000 years ago? They made a movie out of the idea years ago so... That mean they found it [beep] yeah but a really long time ago wait... 36 years ago they made up a story for it well that mean? Following rate of leak in the blackout normally a movie can show up out of a story 25 years after the classification of the informations so... around 1945-1955 they found it. Was there any expeditions in antartica around those years? Or a surveillance technology was developed to see something?

Can anyone check up those speculations? It would be great!



First that comes to mind is Admiral Byrd, 1947, first acknowledgeable and (rudimentarily) documented expeditions of the Antarctic. I believe it is officialy called operation High Jump.

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so around 71 years ago but could take a while to find it and uncover it. If they found something around those years then I believe that around 70 years to start a disclosure is correct and believable timing.


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