German Antarctica Control Supported By History

Circumstances Seem To Strongly Indicate German Antarctic Bases 

We will now examine the various claims of Nazi bases in Antarctica  which may very well have been the point-of-origin of the unidentified craft that Barney and Betty Hill encountered during their 1960s abduction experience. The historical facts are evident. Beginning in 1838, long before the end of World War II, the Germans commenced to send out numerous exploratory missions to the Queen Maud region of Antarctica.

German Expeditions Were Not Twiddling Their Thumbs

A steady stream of expeditions were reportedly sent out from white supremacist South Africa. Over 230,000 square miles of the frozen continent were mapped from the air and the Germans discovered vast regions that were surprisingly free of ice as well as warm water lakes and cave inlets. One vast ice cave within the glacier was reportedly found to extend 30 miles to a large hot water geothermal lake deep below.

Best Scientific Brains Of Germany Were Present To Tackle Challenges

Various scientific teams were moved in to the area, including hunters, trappers, collectors and zoologists, botanists, agriculturists, plant specialists, mycologists, parasitologists, marine biologists, ornithologists, and many others. Numerous divisions of the German government were involved in the top secret project.

Traditional History Texts Refuse To Relate Truth

This is where the mainstream historians leave off, as only revisionist historians will dare consider the implications of the rest of the story.


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