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Post by Zen791 Sun Jan 23, 2022 3:46 am

Xander wrote:@Zen791 To be honest, I think it's certainly possible, but the Freemasons have muddied the waters so much that I think nothing short of us investigating ourselves will ever lead us to the truth. There seems to be a raft of theories to confuse and disorientate us. There's books like The Iron Republic that claim there is a pathway through the South Pole to further land and civilisations, there's also a book called The Smoky God which suggests the giants moved to the North Pole on islands around the magnetic north pole and then you have those the say the earth's image has been somehow inscribed on the moon showing there to be more land.

I think our best bet is future drone technology (or using balloons) and sending them with cameras. If we sent enough of them, one would have to break their defences.

I agree with the mason subterfuge. Probably the truth is locked away in the vatican library which is probably more difficult to enter than Antarctica.

I believe drones are the best bet as it seems the most daunting part of visiting Antarctica is how do you get back? A drone can conceivably fly over the ice wall with mounted cameras, and also fly back without risking human life.

Personally I think if the giant theory is true, then they fled south. And if that is the case, and they had land to escape to, honestly our best bet at meeting such people is if they themselves decided to return, not humans finding them.

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Post by Shmack_1 Sun Jan 23, 2022 10:55 am

Is there any amateur drone specialists that could be asked if it's currently possible to do any of these missions? They wouldn't need to be told what it's for, or a fake reason given. I have absolutely zero knowledge in this department but this sounds like the most doable thing at the moment.

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Post by Xander Sun Jan 23, 2022 2:30 pm

Zen791 wrote:
I agree with the mason subterfuge. Probably the truth is locked away in the vatican library which is probably more difficult to enter than Antarctica.

I believe drones are the best bet as it seems the most daunting part of visiting Antarctica is how do you get back? A drone can conceivably fly over the ice wall with mounted cameras, and also fly back without risking human life.

Personally I think if the giant theory is true, then they fled south. And if that is the case, and they had land to escape to, honestly our best bet at meeting such people is if they themselves decided to return, not humans finding them.

It's funny, in book The Iron Republic there are clues the Freemasons either doctored it or created it. The leader of the Iron Republic just happened to have been a mason before he became leader and when the protagonist got his gold converted into their currency it was worth exactly 666! The rest is more or less a love story that feels entirely fictional to me. Oh and they all happened to speak English! The Smoky God seems more real because at least the giants spoke a different language (some form of Sanskrit from memory) and the magnetic mountain has been referenced in many works and religious texts. For this reason alone I'd be more tempted to study the North Pole first.

However, if Ewar and others are correct that the earth is much bigger and the moon image theory is true, then this could put the geographic north pole on the edge somewhere of the South Pole which could line up with your gap in the wreath theory above. This is really interesting too.

I know very little about drones, but I do think they're our best bet (or balloons of some kind). The issue I can foresee with them is battery life because the batteries will barely last in those freezing temperatures and also the cameras would have to be well insulated.

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Post by colander bowl Mon Jan 24, 2022 12:56 am

Xander wrote:I'd be more tempted to study the North Pole first.

Advantage to the North Pole - drive nearby.

I've been looking at trips to the South Pole. To leave from South Africa and land on Antarctica for a week is $96,000. And the trip doesn't take the travelers to 90th Parallel South. Only 71 ish.

Chile seems to be the same, around 100K but they say travelers get to 90 South.

I've looked at trips out of Australia and it seems those only fly above the frozen continent.

Trips out of New Zealand take the travelers to the Ross Sea. That's the same place the Chile travelers are taken too. Peculiar all things considered.

This sounds funky but.... a group of four could meet in St. Louis, rent a Chevy Suburban and drive North to Prudhoe Bay. Chevy Suburbans with unlimited mileage rent for around $1,250 per week out of STL.

I've also done some studying of Barrow, AK which is near Prudhoe Bay. Barrow isn't reachable by road, only flight or water. The town of Barrow receives one gasoline barge shipment per year. As gasoline starts running low they ration the liquid.

Moreover, this means there is open sea by Barrow and the gasoline must be coming from Prudhoe Bay.

Rent a Chevy and drag a fan/airboat North. Bring a set of drones of course. The airboat is useful because it can take the travelers from land; Prudhoe Bay to Barrow and from Barrow out to open sea to the hard ice where drones can be launched .

"Airboats are great watercraft for shallow waters and swamps. ... But with no moving parts under the water can an airboat go on land? An airboat can go over land as long as it is not rocky or very uneven. Airboats are regularly used to move across muddy areas when moving from one body of water to another."

The drive/fanboat/drone is the cheapest way to investigate.

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Post by StillWakingUp Mon Jan 24, 2022 10:22 pm

I'll just put this picture of potential dome edge here: Beyond The Ice Wall Speculation?   - Page 6 Photog10
I hope it has not been posted before.
It also might be a fake, take it with a grain of salt.
You can search for few other photos done by George Rayner in 1920.

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Post by spinningwaterrockhaha Tue Jan 25, 2022 3:25 pm

Years ago it was claimed that solar powered drones could fly for nearly a month. How easy would it be to attach cameras to these?

https://www.popularmechanics.com/flight/drones/a22700706/giant-solar-drone-breaks-record-for-longest-continuous-flight/

I would love to see them fly one of these from just A to B:
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Post by Xander Tue Jan 25, 2022 8:40 pm

StillWakingUp wrote:I'll just put this picture of potential dome edge here: Beyond The Ice Wall Speculation?   - Page 6 Photog10
I hope it has not been posted before.
It also might be a fake, take it with a grain of salt.
You can search for few other photos done by George Rayner in 1920.

It's certainly an interesting photo. It almost looks like an oil painting on textured paper.

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Post by Xander Tue Jan 25, 2022 8:41 pm

colander bowl wrote:
Xander wrote:I'd be more tempted to study the North Pole first.

Advantage to the North Pole - drive nearby.

I've been looking at trips to the South Pole.    To leave from South Africa and land on Antarctica for a week is $96,000.  And the trip doesn't take the travelers to 90th Parallel South.  Only 71 ish.  

Chile seems to be the same, around 100K but they say travelers get to 90 South.

I've looked at trips out of Australia and it seems those only fly above the frozen continent.

Trips out of New Zealand take the travelers to the Ross Sea.  That's the same place the Chile travelers are taken too.    Peculiar all things considered.

This sounds funky but....  a group of four could meet in St. Louis, rent a Chevy Suburban and drive North to Prudhoe Bay.  Chevy Suburbans with unlimited mileage rent for around $1,250 per week out of STL.  

I've also done some studying of Barrow, AK which is near Prudhoe Bay.  Barrow isn't reachable by road, only flight or water.  The town of Barrow receives one gasoline barge shipment per year.  As gasoline starts running low they ration the liquid.  

Moreover, this means there is open sea by Barrow and the gasoline must be coming from Prudhoe Bay.  

Rent a Chevy and drag a fan/airboat North.  Bring a set of drones of course.  The airboat is useful because it can take the travelers from land; Prudhoe Bay to Barrow and from Barrow out to open sea to the hard ice where drones can be launched .  

"Airboats are great watercraft for shallow waters and swamps. ... But with no moving parts under the water can an airboat go on land? An airboat can go over land as long as it is not rocky or very uneven. Airboats are regularly used to move across muddy areas when moving from one body of water to another."

The drive/fanboat/drone is the cheapest way to investigate.    

Those prices are insane! I guess you are paying for the travel and chaperones. Unless you could find a way to slip their watch it wouldn't be worth it.

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Post by colander bowl Wed Jan 26, 2022 1:17 am

Xander wrote: Unless you could find a way to slip their watch it wouldn't be worth it.

Thinking out loud there would be no way to sneak off. Frankly, if the tours are real the tour operators would have to be bribed or the vehicles commandeered.

I think the trip from South Africa is fake.

It looks almost as if no trips land on Antarctica East of the Prime Meridian.

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Post by nowhereelsetogo Sun Feb 06, 2022 7:17 pm

Didn't he go bonkers or something?
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Post by ellie Mon Mar 14, 2022 2:43 pm

Eric, Have you seen this latest news about Antarctica?
What does it mean? Listen at 29:00 Thank you!
https://rumble.com/vxb1yr-ep.-2724b-evidence-cannot-be-stopped-the-people-will-know-soon-the-country-.html

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