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Re: Secrets of Antarctica
« Reply #15 on: January 03, 2022, 07:00:27 PM »
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  • We'll probably learn some amazing things when we die and have full access to the truth.
    I feel like it's almost selfish of me, but, I can't wait :laugh1:
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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #16 on: January 03, 2022, 07:30:28 PM »
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    It's clear that something changed about Antarctica, perhaps after the Deluge, or possibly later.  There's the fascinating Piri Reis Map from 1513 that shows Antarctica as ice-free and inhabited.  There are also maps from the same time period showing "Hyperborea", a ring of islands around an unfrozen North Pole.
    Yes, I watched a YT video where a guy explained that antarctica has gradually, due to mini-earthquakes, been separated from S Africa.  It did not used to be frozen.  He showed multiple maps from the 1400/1500s and also that the same penguins are on both continents.

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    As an aside, there's also the mystery of Tartaria ... which has been expunged from history for some reason.  So Tartaria seemed strange to me, but there's tons of evidence for it.  When I was a young child, my mother told me all kinds of Hungarian folks takes where the bad guys were the "Tatars", invading and pillaging Hungary.  For whatever reason Tartaria was blotted out of history.
    This is good info and another reason to hate tartar sauce.



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    The idea that Antarctic and arctic ice are remnants of the Flood is a plausible theory.
    There are also (protestant) biblical scholars who use the Book of Enoch to pinpoint a description of "3 mountains" which only exist in Antarctica.  If true, then Antarctica is where satan and his minions were "bound" in the deep, post-flood.  Would explain the elite's interest in the area...


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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #17 on: January 03, 2022, 07:31:08 PM »
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  • Indeed, Hermann Oberth, the father of modern rocketry, stated “we cannot take credit for our record advancement in certain scientific fields alone. We have been helped [by] the peoples of other worlds.”
    Meaning, demons and demon technology.
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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #18 on: January 03, 2022, 07:35:13 PM »
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  • Meaning, demons and demon technology.
    Yup. People aren't kidding about the connections of occultist Crowley, Jack Parsons, and NASA. Supposedly Parsons opened a portal to the aerial realm over in the Nevada desert where Area 51 is located with his Babalon Working ritual, which was, of course, followed by frequent sightings of UFOs in that area from that point on.
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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #19 on: January 03, 2022, 07:50:33 PM »
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  • Yup. People aren't kidding about the connections of occultist Crowley, Jack Parsons, and NASA. Supposedly Parsons opened a portal to the aerial realm over in the Nevada desert where Area 51 is located with his Babalon Working ritual, which was, of course, followed by frequent sightings of UFOs in that area from that point on.

    If we knew 1 1/10th of the evil shenanigans that went on in the world, it would curl our hair. It's probably merciful we don't know the half of it.
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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #20 on: January 03, 2022, 08:00:55 PM »
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  • There are also (protestant) biblical scholars who use the Book of Enoch to pinpoint a description of "3 mountains" which only exist in Antarctica.  If true, then Antarctica is where satan and his minions were "bound" in the deep, post-flood.  Would explain the elite's interest in the area...

    Hmmm.  So they were visiting their master down there?

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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #21 on: January 03, 2022, 08:29:40 PM »
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  • Somebody has MJ on the brain... this is a thread about Antarctica.

    Maybe you and Mark79 need to go smoke a bowl and "chill out". Kind of like the old "peace pipe" deal.
    No, thank you.  Neither the herb nor the suggested company do it for me. The "non-existent" "cooties" destroyed 70% of my lung's gas-exchange function. I can't even tolerate the smoke from a sizzling steak or ride a bike for very long. My post-COVID specialist says we long haulers "usually" regain function, though slowly over years (I am coming up on my 1 year "anniversary"). 

    Returning to Antarctica—as a kid devouring classical sci fi (from Jules Verne to Larry Niven) it was impossible to miss H.P. Lovecraft. Somehow it seems that I was always reading Lovecraft by flashlight in a deep woods tent after backpacking. For me, Antarctica always evokes Lovecraft's  Cthulu mythos at night and penguins during the day. 

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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #22 on: January 03, 2022, 09:17:47 PM »
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  • Indeed, Hermann Oberth, the father of modern rocketry, stated “we cannot take credit for our record advancement in certain scientific fields alone. We have been helped [by] the peoples of other worlds.”
    Meaning, demons and demon technology.

    I think the "alien tech" is actually antediluvian technology, but spun as being of alien origin due to the surprising level of technological advancement that mankind would have had during the Flood, so advanced that it would remind them of "alien" technology they saw in Sci-Fi movies. As this technology was likely gained by the help of demonic powers before the Flood, you could count it as demon technology too. Though, it is possible that mankind acquired a certain level of technological advancement even above our own without such help, considering the immense lifespans of people back then. Imagine if some of the genius inventors we know of, like an Archimedes or a Nikola Tesla, lived for another 100 years? They obviously would have been able to accomplish much more than they actually did. But perhaps man was just that eager in those times to achieve an even greater level of "progress", that even this level of development was not good enough for them, and thus resulted to consulting with demonic powers for more. Maybe better insight can be gained by reading the Book of Enoch, I don't know. These kind of things will be made certain at the Last Judgement, that's for sure. 

    Of course, admitting that there were human civilizations thousands of years ago that had a far more advanced civilization than modern ones would undermine the tenets of Darwinism that the elites and modern man are so destructively attached to.


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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #23 on: January 03, 2022, 09:28:21 PM »
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  • If we knew 1 1/10th of the evil shenanigans that went on in the world, it would curl our hair. It's probably merciful we don't know the half of it.
    The things I've already come to know curl my hair, I hate to imagine how much worse it could be :pray:
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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #24 on: January 03, 2022, 10:18:47 PM »
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  • Regarding the original Antarctica post, if you like history/survival stories you might like this book by the Norwegian Roald Amundsen, the historical Antarctic explorer: 

    https://archive.org/details/roaldamundsenmyl00amun_0/page/6/mode/2up

    This guy was pretty amazing in his survival abilities by all accounts. By use of "primitive" traditional survival skills and a focus on physical fitness, he was able to outdo other much more technologically equipped expeditions. He surpassed the rival Antarctic expedition led by Robert Falcon Scott, whose party froze to death due to a variety of environmental factors and errors in planning. Eerily enough, bags of heavy fossils of plants (some of the first evidence that Antarctica was once a warm climate) were found in the tent in which Scott and his companions were frozen. It was probably the last thing they collected. 

    Also, Earnest Shackleton is a pretty interesting character to read about. He brought every man on his expedition back alive from a very dangerous situation in which the ship was crushed by ice in the Weddell sea. There are plenty of great books about him and by him/his crew, this is just a brief summary: 

    https://www.history.com/news/shackleton-endurance-survival

    Take these for what they are- by no means were these perfect men. Nonetheless, despite the age of the accounts (1912, 1914, etc.)  a lot can be learned about the general do's and dont's of physical survival in these frigid environments. Definitely something interesting to ponder when considering moving off the grid someday...

    If you are in New England, would recommend this museum:  https://www.whalingmuseum.org/ It's about whaling, which often occurred around Antarctica, and they have a lot of amazing artifacts from the Arctic and Antarctic. Definitely worth a visit. They don't require the stupid COVID vaccine yet.... 







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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #25 on: January 04, 2022, 05:12:05 PM »
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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #26 on: January 04, 2022, 06:49:43 PM »
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  • Regarding the original Antarctica post, if you like history/survival stories you might like this book by the Norwegian Roald Amundsen, the historical Antarctic explorer:

    I actually saw some reserach that does a pretty good job of backing up the argument that neither Amundsen nor Byrd actually made it to the South Pole.  Both had to turn back for different reasons (I believe Byrd's plane lost some fuel and didn't have enough to make it back before he would have run out), whereas Amundsen ran out of supplies.

    And many of these firsts are jokes.  No doubt the Inuit had parties at the North Pole before any of these guys ever showed up. In fact, some of them brought Inuit, who did much/most of the hard work, but then forced them to stop so they could claim the glory of being first to the pole all by themselves.  Many of these explorers were despicable human beings.

    And with Mount Everest, the Sherpas practially dragged them Westerners up the mountain, and probably went up and down a hundred times, with little oxygen equipment, well before anyone else showed up.  On one level, they were probably amused by why these guys thought it was such a big deal.

    Not unlike this ...

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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #27 on: January 04, 2022, 09:39:08 PM »
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    Ladislaus said: I actually saw some reserach that does a pretty good job of backing up the argument that neither Amundsen nor Byrd actually made it to the South Pole.  Both had to turn back for different reasons (I believe Byrd's plane lost some fuel and didn't have enough to make it back before he would have run out), whereas Amundsen ran out of supplies.
    Admiral Byrd's claims have definitely been called into question for good reason; his calculations do not ring true. Likewise, the two that claimed to be the "first to the North Pole", Dr. Cook and Robert Peary, were most likely both liars who just fabricated their data. No doubt, there were quite a few explorers who basically became second-rate charlatans and faked their exploits just for a moment in the limelight. 


    I'd be really interested to learn more about Amundsen running out of supplies, is there a resource you would recommend for that? Scott certainly ran out pretty badly. 

    My point about Amundsen in the post though was not so much about a fixation about his "first to the South Pole" claims as much as that he knew his trade regarding certain aspects of survival in Antarctic climates. When you read the works themselves (or works by other Norwegians such as Nansen) and take them at face value, you realize very quickly that he was much better equipped in his polar techniques than those from other Western countries. This was most likely due to the hardy Norwegian culture in general, as well as the fact that he was actually interested in the Inuit methods. Rather than scoff at the methods of the Inuit as other explorers did or use them for labor, he respected their techniques and actually trained his Norwegian crew in quite a few of them. There are reasons why the historical Norwegians, Icelanders, etc. didn't just survive but thrived in difficult occupations such as whaling in frigid climates. My thinking is that the methods Amundsen and others subscribed to can be learned from, regardless of the "first at the South pole" side of things. Obviously they shouldn't be copied literally, but a lot of the principles are the same as the present day. 


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    Ladislaus said: Many of these explorers were despicable human beings.


    Yes, as I said in the original post, many were by no means perfect men, and some were much worse. Some were liars in varying degrees, some had massive egos, some had horrific personal lives etc. However, in and of itself that doesn't mean that we can't or shouldn't learn from their scientific/exploration works. For that matter, Dr. Cook fabricated his North Pole claim, but his advice/writings about diet for survival in the Arctic were absolutely correct and saved lives. It is up to us to extract the good from the bad and judge truth from falsehood; it is rarely "black and white".  

    And on the other side of the coin, we have explorers who brought the Faith to distant lands (think Columbus, the French Jesuits, the Spanish etc.) The Jesuits were often as much explorers and trailblazers as they were missionaries; they basically had to be.  

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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #28 on: January 25, 2022, 07:54:03 PM »
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  • It's clear that something changed about Antarctica, perhaps after the Deluge, or possibly later.  There's the fascinating Piri Reis Map from 1513 that shows Antarctica as ice-free and inhabited.  There are also maps from the same time period showing "Hyperborea", a ring of islands around an unfrozen North Pole.

    As an aside, there's also the mystery of Tartaria ... which has been expunged from history for some reason.  So Tartaria seemed strange to me, but there's tons of evidence for it.  When I was a young child, my mother told me all kinds of Hungarian folks takes where the bad guys were the "Tatars", invading and pillaging Hungary.  For whatever reason Tartaria was blotted out of history.

    There's so much we've been lied to about.
    Are you talking about the Turkic peoples of Crimea?

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    Re: Secrets of Antarctica
    « Reply #29 on: January 26, 2022, 03:14:49 PM »
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  • I think the "alien tech" is actually antediluvian technology, but spun as being of alien origin due to the surprising level of technological advancement that mankind would have had during the Flood, so advanced that it would remind them of "alien" technology they saw in Sci-Fi movies. As this technology was likely gained by the help of demonic powers before the Flood, you could count it as demon technology too. Though, it is possible that mankind acquired a certain level of technological advancement even above our own without such help, considering the immense lifespans of people back then. Imagine if some of the genius inventors we know of, like an Archimedes or a Nikola Tesla, lived for another 100 years? They obviously would have been able to accomplish much more than they actually did. But perhaps man was just that eager in those times to achieve an even greater level of "progress", that even this level of development was not good enough for them, and thus resulted to consulting with demonic powers for more. Maybe better insight can be gained by reading the Book of Enoch, I don't know. These kind of things will be made certain at the Last Judgement, that's for sure.

    Of course, admitting that there were human civilizations thousands of years ago that had a far more advanced civilization than modern ones would undermine the tenets of Darwinism that the elites and modern man are so destructively attached to.
    Yes. The antediluvian or pre-Adamic races also answer the question: Of whom was Jesus speaking when He said "I have other sheep about whom you know nothing?"
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