When the whole world faced the catastrophes of the Second World War, what caught the attention of the Nazis were the mysterious lands of Antarctica, which was considered the most desirable location for them.
However, what they were looking for then is not known even to this day. When the Americans gained knowledge of the Nazis’ growing interest in the mysterious lands of Antarctica, they arranged an expedition to explore the frigid expanses and sent a massive flotilla there.
The operation was known as Operation Highjump and included eleven battleships, two icebreakers, and the SS-408 Sennet submarine. The purpose of the expedition, which involved 4,700 people, remains a mystery to the US military.
The admiral explained that he was not trying to scare anyone, but the harsh reality is that in the event of a new war, the United States could be attacked by planes flying over one or both poles. This statement was made as part of a recap of his own polar experience in an exclusive interview with International News Services. Speaking about the recently completed expedition, Byrd says the most important result of his observations and discoveries is the potential effect they have on the security of the United States.
Lee van Atta, a journalist for the Chilean daily El Mercurio, revealed to the public the terrifying findings of the 1947 American expedition.
Frozen has always presented challenges to humans and has never been friendly. In 1912, an expedition led by Robert Scott “disappeared in the night” from the tent. If we consider several reports, then the disappearance of Robert Scott’s crew member was not just an ordinary disappearance but involved extraterrestrial entities.
During the expedition when the crew ran out of food and were about to die of starvation, mysteriously some food consisting of canned meat and frozen apricots appeared near their tent. However, the food did not turn out to be what it would have changed their fate but only increased the number of days the crew survived, unfortunately, the crew died in the end.
Later, in 1959, another expedition led by the Soviet Union based at the Mirny Polar Station in Antarctica sent eight explorers deep into the unexplored continent to reach the South Magnetic Pole. Unfortunately, only three people out of eight returned, and if the official records are to be believed, it was specified that they froze to death, surprised by a strong storm after the engine of the off-road vehicle failed.
Later, in a conversation with a reporter, Soviet polar explorer Yuri Korshunov revealed what happened during the mission at the pole outpost. Korshunov was among those who returned from a trip to the magnetic pole.
According to the arctic explorer, the group was attacked by light, disc-shaped flying objects, and their cameras were destroyed by a beam from a flying object when they tried to take pictures. Those who tried to repel the attack with their shotguns were also killed by the object’s rays. Yuri Korshunov’s untimely death prevented the reporter from publishing the collected materials.
In 1970, the Environmental Science Service Administration (ESSA) of the United States released satellite photos of the North Pole, one of which showed a perfectly circular hole across the Arctic. This has led conspiracy theorists to believe that underground civilizations exist in the mysterious lands of Antarctica. “Agartha” is sometimes associated with the inner planet civilization.
During his journey to the North and South Poles, Admiral Richard E. Byrd supposedly encountered an extinct civilization. According to his hidden journal, he encountered an ancient race underground and saw a vast base containing species and vegetation thought to be extinct. The animals he observed included beasts such as mammoths.
“Byrd’s plane was captured in mid-air and landed piloted by people from the center of the Earth who intercepted his plane with saucer-shaped planes. Upon landing, he was met by emissaries of a civilization many assume to be the mythical Agartha. These alleged Agarthans expressed concern about humanity’s use of atomic bombs during World War II and hired Byrd as an ambassador to go back to the US government and deliver the message.”
He stated that the government ordered him to remain silent about what he experienced during his Arctic mission. On March 11, 1947, Admiral Byrd recorded in his diary: “I have just attended a staff meeting at the Pentagon. I fully declared my discovery and Master’s message. Everything is properly recorded. The President has been informed.
I am now detained for a few hours (six hours, and thirty-nine minutes, to be exact.) I am thoroughly interviewed by top security forces and a medical team. It was an ordeal!!!! I am strictly controlled by the national security provisions of the United States of America.
I am obliged to keep silent contrary to what I learned, in the name of humanity!!! Incredible! I am reminded that I am a soldier and must obey orders.”
There are references to the inner world in many ancient cultures. According to the ancient Greeks, it is a dark place that is full of human souls. According to Judaism, it is called Sheol. In addition, “ancient alien” researchers strongly believe that the Himalayan region of southwest Tibet may have had a hidden entrance to the famous underground city of Shambhala.