Retired Navy Seals Officer Reveals the Truth about Antarctica

It doesn’t seem that Antarctica is what we’ve been told, and we spoke about this many times so far. Truth is certainly worth digging at, since there are so many mysteries lying around this general region that we should practically write a book on the events that occurred in it this year alone, and it will be larger than George R.R. Martin’s book, to say the least.

Recently, another comment was made by a retired Navy officer alleging that the FAA had designated the continent a no-fly region.

If that’s not enough, according to the Piri Reis map, which is about 500 years old, Antarctica is expected to be a lush continent, not the frozen land that we know today.

Antarctica was first explored in 1820 by a Russian expedition headed by Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen and Mikhail Lazarev, well according to the naval officer, this was not the first time that the continent had been discovered.

As he had to go there himself, the naval officer was said to have found a massive hole in the ice. He had to follow two scientists who disappeared that night and returned two weeks later.


There’s no chance they’ve gotten free in the icy hell by themselves. This is not the first man-made building that was spotted there either, pyramids, gates to the mountains, and even circular artifacts that mimic UFOs, many of which have been observed coming in and out of Antarctica.

This is by far the most well-guarded, enigmatic location the planet has on its hands at the moment.

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