Subterranean Bases

ARE YOU READY TO LEARN ABOUT THE THINGS THAT MOVE ABOUT BELOW YOUR FEET?

‘The Poles’

1978: UNDER ANTARCTICA – Fact Or Fiction?

George Wilfehrt, 8-78 (*Note all names have been changed I hadn’t seen by nephew John in years. (His true identity has been changed to protect him from possible persecution by the authorities.) Through the family grapevine, I learned he had gotten a doctorate in geology and had joined the navy. I was surprised when he called the office not long ago to invite me out to lunch. He sounded nervous over the phone and refused to talk about his recent history until we were alone. I met John at the restaurant he had suggested, and I was worried by his gaunt appearance. John is in his… Read More

The Untold UFO War in Antarctica

Thank you for watching my video investigation. I believe it deserves to become a full-format movie. It took me over 200 hours to gather and study the materials. The materials are not the images you see – they are given for illustration purpose only – but the pieces of story itself. They are ALL in open, independent from each other sources accessible to public. However, in order to read them, you have to speak at least a few languages. In the meantime, it were like a puzzle. After I put the facts together, I just realized how fascinating a whole picture is. These events took place… Read More

The German grasping at the Antarctic

Part I: The Facts The history of German Antarctic research started at 1873 when Sir Edward Dolman on behalf of the newly founded German Society of Polar Research discovered new Antarctic routes with his ship “GRÖNLAND”. Dolman discovered the “Kaiser-Wilhelm-Inseln” at the western entrance of the Bismarck along the Biscoue Islands. Exploring the polar regions, the Germans were already at this time quite innovative, for the “GRÖNLAND” was the first steamship to see the Antarctic ice at all. Within the next 60 years 2 further expeditionary thrusts took place, and two complete expeditions were fulfilled, namely 1910 under Wilhem Filchner with his ship “DEUTSCHLAND” and 1925… Read More