Analysis | German Expedition to Antarctica 1938/39 – Part 2

In the four previous posts of this series, we have established that there’s a reasonable chance that there was – and may still be – a III Reich facility of some kind in Antarctica. Either energy or research related. But WHERE could it be?

BOOK ANALYSIS / “Die Deutsche Antarktische expedition 1938/39 – Volume II: Erster Band | Bilder | Und Kartenteil”, by Alfred Ritscher

Introduction

In this last post of the series III Reich in Antarctica: The key to unlocking ‘the Future’?, we’re going to formulate a hypothesis as to where the III Reich facility may be. The sort you see in movies and books that could justify a full-fledged expedition by an interested party.

Disclaimer Before you read any further, bear in mind that Antarctica is probably the most dangerous region in the world. So dangerous that even your own sweat can kill you. As you’ve seen, even military expeditions had to retreat in a hurry duo to harsh climate changes – and they went in during the Austral Summer, the supposedly “milder” season. Not to mention that if, in fact, you were to find a III Reich base there, there’s no reason to believe they’d be “friendly”. Quite the contrary. For these and several other reasons, I do not recommend individuals, even with Artic or Antarctic experience, to embark in such an endeavor by themselves. I hereby decline any responsibility in such actions. Proceed at your own risk.

“X” doesn’t mark the spot

Does the “X marks the spot”? Unfortunately, no. But, quoting Indiana Jones, it hardly ever does. Still, you’ll surely notice that this will be a very short post, when compared to previous ones and that is because, well how can I put it? – There’s not a lot to say.

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About this book

There’s a few things you should know about this book:

  • This second book (or “volume II”) is actually some sort of “Images and Maps” appendix for the main volume, addressed and analyzed in the second post of this series.
  • It has come to my attention that the US Government might not know of the existence of this “volume II” or appendix.
  • It would be easy to mistake the appendix for the main book as the cover is nearly identical, both with the Schwabenland (the ship) in the background, expect for the footer (Fig. 1 and 1.a. below) Still, this book is a lot slimmer than volume I.

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  • Rainer Daehnhardt bought the two books at an auction, in the 1990s. The auction was for items ceased by the III Reich during WW2, that once belonged to Jewish families, but to which the original owners could not be located. The proceedings from the auction would go to a Jewish organization helping victims from the holocaust.

Additionally, Rainer also told me that:

  1. He had been looking for these books for decades and never expected to find them in such an auction;
  2. Unexpectedly, he had to bid and pay a small fortune to get the two books;
  3. Before shipping the books, the auction house tried to void the sale, saying that the items had vanished and willing to return more money than he had paid – But Rainer insisted, “pulled some strings” and, eventually, finally got them. Why all this trouble? “Speculation time” anyone?

The Azores

The Azores were one of the most important ports of call to the German expedition to Antarctica in 1938 (the main book showed plenty of evidence, although I’m not sure I’ve shown pictures of it as it’s not very relevant. Still …). There’re many stories regarding secret operations in Azores by the III Reich during and after WW2, involving submarines, underwater bases and even German “UFO” sightings – most of these even got published in local newspapers. And then there’s the permanent American base there. “Base das Lajes” it’s called. A story of in-and-out black suits and underwater explosions at sea is popular among the personnel stationed there. Some like to link that event to the demolition of an abandoned III Reich submarine base. A few boats got to approach the blast site and found floating debris, described as very light metal (probably aluminum). Huge chunks of it could be lifted up easily by a single person.

There’s also an odd story about ancient Jewish scrolls found hidden in a beach cave in Azores. This one story is actually true – Rainer got to examine a sample of these scrolls – But how did they get there? The local Jewish community couldn’t explain their existence or why they were hidden in a beach cave.

Speculation time: The “Nazis in Antartica” lore

Those who follow the “Nazis in Antarctica” lore – those who did not need these posts and the evidence they contain to believe in the existence of a III Reich facility in Antarctica – will surely be aware of the rumors that:

  • In November 1944, the III Reich research base in Antarctica severed all bonds with Nazi Germany;
  • The reason why German submarines started “popping up” pretty much everywhere in 1945 was because they were serviced and refueled but denied entrance in Neu-Schwabenland (the German “state” in Antarctica);
  • The reason why part of the German surface fleet and several U-boats never turned up was because there was a confrontation over the latter;
  • The reason Wernher von Braun – the scientist whose research and oversight would put mankind on the moon 24 years later – stayed behind and did not board the submarines headed to Antarctica was because he had broken his arm and would have trouble moving around the submarine and probably wouldn’t survive the trip and/or the cold. And – get this – because he was a “lesser mind” and was not worth the hassle.

To ludicrous to believe, huh? Here are some pictures of Von Braun and part of his rocket team when they turned themselves over to the Americans in Reutte, Austria on 3 May 1945.

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Back to analyzing the book: German Expedition to Antarctica, “volume II” (or the “Images and Maps” appendix from Volume I)

Would you believe if I was to say that you would not need to know a word of German to reasonably formulate a hypothesis where the German base in Antarctica could be? It looks like something out of a movie, right? But it’s the truth.

Answer: what would be your conclusion if:

  • In the only recorded German expedition to Antarctica, that took place in 1939, the same year WW2 started
  • Where the German claimed an area of more than 250,000 km2 which they named Neu-Schwabenland
  • In the “Images and Maps” appendix of the expedition logs …
  • There was a recurring region that kept coming up, in the form of maps and pictures? (Fig. 3 to 7)

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It’s called the Wohlthat Massiv, about 80 miles inland.

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Do you want to know what it looks like, if you were standing right next to it? Here it is:

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What if …

  • Disappointed at the reality of the “future”—the 21st century is nothing like classic sci-fi writers had foreseen—and fed up with the world around him, someone decides to go there?
  • Against all odds, he finds a forgotten Jewish community composed of elite, scientific thinkers?
  • Knowing that a handful of the so-called “lesser minds” in the German III Reich were responsible for putting us on the moon, what awe-inspiring wonders could be accomplished with most of its “greatest minds”?

What do you think would happen?

Something wonderful,

 Future Man.

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_ About the information in Future Man_

What you’ve seen in this 5-post series is evidence based in documents that have been, at some point, declassified. You probably noticed the wooden floor over which these pictures were taken. It’s the floor of an embassy’s library. There were many other documents, to which I wasn’t aloud to take pictures – for my own safety – but from which, at the time, I took extensive notes. Namely interviews to captured German Scientists and reports about their lives during the 40s, up until the 70s. Surprisingly enough, some of them are Jewish or half-Jewish (mostly), revealing the technology being developed at the time. “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire”. Let’s leave it at that.

In a few weeks, an “extra” post will come out for this series. It will show, beyond the shadow of doubt, the kind of tech research the “brightest minds” of the III Reich were up to – no speculation – an actual myth-shattering document.

Since most of this information remains classified to this day, although romanticized in Future Man, there’s truth behind every claim, behind every aspect of their technology.

After reviewing the existing material extensively, I strongly believe that whatever is left in Antarctica is not a “Nazi base” but rather a scientific research facility. When you check the origins of those who might be involved, it’s very easy to reach the conclusion – or, at least, formulate an hypothesis – that its members (today) would be Jewish and half-Jewish scientists, engineers, mathematicians, physicists, astronomers ... and their families.

Future Man is what I expected to find there, what I hoped to find, had I gone to Antarctica in the late 1990s/early 2000s – an idea I entertained for at least 5 years, before getting married. Although slightly better than winning the lottery, the odds of actually finding anything would be slim and, let’s face it: it’s a one way ticket.

But “history” only accounts for about a quarter of Future Man. This novel is about a man’s struggle, Vincent De Marcos, in bringing the “Future” – as it was once envisioned by 20th century classic sci-fi authors – to fruition. A future, he believes, where everybody would have a chance at a different kind of life.

Are you ready for Future Man?

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Analysis | Operation Argus, nuclear weapons tests 1958

REPORT ANALYSIS / “Operation Argus” – US atmospheric nuclear weapons tests, 1958. Nuclear test personnel review, 1982” by the Defense Nuclear Agency as Executive Agency for the Department of Defense.

Introduction

The reason why Operation Argus is under discussion here is due to the hypothesis we’ve been persuing that:

  • There was some sort of facility from the III Reich left in Antarctica after WW2
  • Operation Highjump was launched by the US to investigate that claim
  • There was a confrontation with an unknown force during operation Highjump and, possibly, during follow-up operations in the region

Also that Operation Argus here – allegedly, a series of US atmospheric nuclear weapons tests, in 1958 – was the best way the allies could find to neutralize such a threat from a distance, in a swiftly and decisively fashion.

More information on this in previous posts (links on the bottom). All the documents and figures are gathered in the bottom, along with aditional pages

Here, today, we’re going to check out a classified “Operation Argus” report and take a brief look at the treaty that would regulate nuclear tests in Antarctica.

Operation Argus

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Argus was a series of United States nuclear weapons tests and missile tests secretly conducted during August and September 1958 over the South Atlantic Ocean. It consisted of three very high altitude test shots – three modified X-17A missiles armed with 1.7 kt W-25 nuclear warheads (below) to investigate the effects of nuclear explosions outside the atmosphere (bursts between 120 and 300 miles).

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In particular, how the charged particles and radioactive isotopes released would interact with the Earth’s magnetic field, which could potentially interfere with radar tracking, communications, and the electronics of satellites and ballistic missiles (Fig. 6.b. e 6.c.)

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Interesting facts in Operation Argus

  • It was (again) “the greatest scientific experiment ever conducted” Fig. 6.b. (above – a direct quote from the New York Times). Organization diagram (Fig. 7.l. – bottom). 9 ships and 4,500 men (Fig. 2.b., 7.i. e 7.j. – bottom):

– Aircraft carrier USS Tarawa (CV-40)

– Destroyer USS Bearss (DD-654)

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– Destroyer USS Warrington (DD-843)

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– Destroyer USS Courtney (DE-1021)

– Destroyer USS Hammerberg (DE-1015)

– Tanker/oiler USS Neosho (AO-143)

– Tanker/oiler USS Salamonie (AO-26)

Guided missile ship USS Norton Sound (AVM-1) – below

– Seaplane-tender USS Albemarle (AV-5)

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  • Operation Argus was the only clandestine test series in the 17-year history of atmospheric testing (Fig. 6.a.)

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  • Between 1945 and 1962, Operation Argus was the only atmospheric nuclear weapon test in the South Atlantic (Fig.2.a.). There were 235 tests during this period.

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  • The first shipboard launch of ballistic missile with a nuclear warhead (Fig. 6.a. and 14)

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  • 3 missiles with nuclear warheads were launched (2.b.) plus another 4 with telemetry heads (fig. 7.l.)

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  • Approved by US president Dwight D. Eisenhower (Fig. 7.a.), the operation and tests were suggested by Nicholas Christofilos (6.b.), an American raised in Greece, a former elevator repairman in WW2 who studied physics in his spare time (source: Wikipedia and other specialized sites – not this report)

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  • Although “expected (nuclear) fallout was not a consideration for the high burst altitudes“ (Fig. 7.r.), Task Force 88”, created specifically for this operation showed higher-than-normal number of leukemia claims (Fig.2.a.), more than the troops who had been exposed – within 6 miles – of low yield nuclear bombs on the ground.

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So, basically, what this report’s saying is that:

  • US president Dwight D. Eisenhower has approved Argus, a huge operation apparently meant (almost) exclusively to test the theories of a former elevator repairman who studied physics in his spare time
  • In 235 tests between 1945 and 1962, Argus was the only one to take place in the South Atlantic and the only to be kept secret in 17 years
  • An “atmospheric experiment” that involved an unparalleled combination of means at the time (9 ships and 4,500 men) and involved the first shipboard launch of ballistic missile with a nuclear warhead
  • The missiles were detonated between 120 and 300 miles up in the air (actually, in space) – still, military personal on the ships developed the same illness, leukemia, as soldiers that were only within 6 miles of low yield nuclear bomb testing on the ground did.

That makes a lot of sense.

According to the charts (Fig. 7.p. and 9.), the operation took place between 1,400 and 2,200 miles north of the Dronning Maud Land coast – the German III Reich territory in Antarctica – and involved shooting nuclear ballistic missiles “straight up” and, apparently, for rather murky reasons. The Mach-13-capable missiles could easily make the distance. And, accepting the official scenario, people aboard getting contaminated by nuclear fallout is utterly inexplicable. Unless Task Force 88 was much closer than they care to admit.

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But okay. Let’s move on.

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BRIEF TREATY ANALYSIS / “The Antarctic Treaty” – Signed at Washington December 1, 1959

In December 1st, 1959, the Antarctic Treaty was signed in Washington by the twelve countries. It entered into force in 1961 (Fig. 11 – below).

Article 1 of the Antarctic Treaty reads “Antarctica shall be used for peaceful purposes only. There shall be prohibited, inter alia, any measures of a military nature, such as the establishment of military bases and fortifications, the carrying out of military maneuvers, as well as the testing of any type of weapons.”

By “weapons”, it means “nuclear weapons”. This is a fact and, therefore, not under discussion here.

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This is funny. Let me ask you a question:

Do you think that there would be a law preventing, say, whale hunting in the South Atlantic, if no one had never hunted whales in that region? Or that metal-detectors would’ve been installed in airports (and schools) if there was never some kind of incident that would legitimate such measures, such laws? I don’t know about you but I’ve never seen it happen. Not once.

Well, this is what’s happening here: The Antarctic Treaty’s first order of business is forbidding something THAT NEVER HAPPENED. “There have never been any nuclear tests conducted over or near the Antarctica”, says a letter from the British Antarctic Survey, confirming this fact (Fig. 13 – below).

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Why would the Treaty mention something specifically, when it never happened? Not even once? That’s easy: BECAUSE IT HAPPENED. I would add that it didn’t happen only once or twice. To be the nº1 topic of a Treaty, it happened often. So often, in fact, that got everyone worried. That’s when laws and treaties emerge. The Antartic Treaty basicaly and euphemistically says “No more nuclear tests in Antarctica.”

Can you guess which are the only nuclear weapons tests that have been acknowledged by a nation in the region? You’ve guessed it! Operation Argus, by the US. But how can that be? Operation Argus didn’t take place in Antarctica. It involved shooting nuclear ballistic missiles “straight up” into space, in the South Atlantic, 1.400 miles away from the alleged III Reich base location. The fact the people aboard the ships developed nuclear fallout illnesses is, apparently, irrelevant.

Speculating time

There are several intriguing facts about Argus. It should be pretty obvious by now that there’s a chance that this operation’s goal was to bomb the region where, supposedly, a III-Reich facility existed. A last resort measure when conventional military approaches had failed in the past, like operation Highjump. The fact that military personnel from Task Force 88 developed  nuclear-burst-close-proximity illnesses, could be an indication that they weren’t exactly where the report says they were. One can only speculate that these people could be on the ground, waiting for the nuclear bursts, to then verify that the target had been destroyed.

The letters

As part of his research, Rainer Daehnhardt sent letters to both the US and British Governments, asking about nuclears tests in the Antarctica or its vicinity. While the US government’s answer to his letter (Fig. 12) would be “Operation Argus”, the British government forward Rainer’s request to the British Antarctic Survey, that categorically denied nuclear tests in the region or its vicinity (Fig. 13).

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This is interesting, not only because of this discrepancy, but also because of the apparent need to not disclose information regarding this issue. As mentioned in my previous Cover Up post, this could mean that there’re ongoing operations in the same context or in the same theatre and disclosing information about past operations – even as old as this one – at this time, might compromise them in some way.

This could mean the “Allies” are still looking for them. To this day.

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Coming next

10-Sep: “The ‘X’ never marks the spot.”

  • Die Deutsche Antarktische expedition 1938/39 – Volume II: Erster Band | Bilder | Und Kartenteil”, by Alfred Ritscher. Book analysis, relevant pages and contextualization.
  • Final conclusions

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Thank you.

Bruno De Marques

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Analysis | Cover Ups, concepts and misconceptions

To begin, my reasons for writing these few lines:

  1. Since the next posts should be about Operation Highjump (1940s) and Operation Argus (1950s), two secret initiatives led by the US Navy – considered by most as “textbook” cover ups – I feel it’s important to create a common understanding on the matter;
  2. I have had the opportunity to study a significant amount of information about popular yet controversial subjects – actual documents that were once classified or restricted at the highest level – I feel I might have something to add to the discussion.

“Cover up” meaning, by the Merriam Webster Dictionary: an action or a way of behaving that is meant to prevent people from knowing about something.

Perhaps the first thing I should say is that “cover ups” by the ruling classes have existed for thousands of years. I believe the term became more relevant with the advent of modern Media and, with it, how easy it became to expose information that was once relatively easy to conceal.

There are thousands of recorded cover ups that, eventually, became of public knowledge. An example? Operation “Buster”: a 21 kiloton nuclear test conducted at the Nevada Test Site in November 1951. It was the first US nuclear field exercise conducted on land. Troops shown are a mere six miles from the blast. As it started to become obvious that the illnesses that the soldiers started  suffering from (namely leukemia, lymphoma and thyroid cancer) derived from these experiments, a cover up was set in motion.

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More recently, Edward Snowden, a former intelligence contractor has leaked the very first documentation that proves the existence of clandestine black budget operations (or “Black Ops”): programs that are extremely classified dealing with technology, information and more. (link below).

http://www.collective-evolution.com/2013/08/31/snowden-reveals-first-ever-public-disclosure-of-secret-black-budget-programs/

Some operations cannot afford to be as secretive as “Black Ops”, due to the visibility of the means used (people, vehicles or vessels), such as in operation Highjump, the subject of the next post from the series “III Reich in Antarctica: the key to unlocking the Future?” For these, there must be a public agenda and, additionally, a not so public one.

The “simplest explanation” mistake

“Sceptics” like to point out that they use scientific methods when approaching controversial subjects, such as cover ups theories, often quoting Carl Sagan or even Occam ’s razor: “where there are competing hypotheses to explain the same facts, use the simplest.”

Although this might be true for science and most occurrences in nature, where things tend to have a “mathematical” explanation, it’s not so when analyzing cover ups. In fact, those in charge of planning cover ups are counting on such analysis. I believe that is one of their primary concerns: coming up with a simple and logical explanation for what happened to “feed” the general public. And the sceptics eat it like champs.

Misinformation

The second strategy that appears to be connected with weaving a cover up is quickly making the subject ridiculous by creating what came to be known as misinformation:

Definition of misinformation, by Oxford Dictionaries: “False or inaccurate information, especially that which is deliberately intended to deceive: nuclear matters are often entangled in a web of secrecy and misinformation”

Funny that Oxford uses nuclear matters as an example. You’ll get front row seats for these in the fourth post from the series “III Reich in Antarctica: the key to unlocking the Future?”, when we get to Operation Argus.”

Advantages of “simplest explanation” and misinformation strategies

Let’s take UFO sightings as an example. I’m deliberately not taking sides here since this is not the subject of this study. Let’s consider, for a moment, that there was evidence – say, by the government – that several sightings in some small town could actually not be a hoax. The information is spreading rapidly and someone has to put a stop to it.

Step one: create and communicate logical explanations for each of the sittings, especially the most public ones, be it a naturally-occurring ball of fire or a weather-balloon experiment.

Step 2: create misinformation, like silly news, silly videos, with cheap effects so that, soon, the whole idea gets a “ludicrous” aura around it. Not only people will stop talking about it but also, if someone else experiments a “UFO siting”, he/she will think twice before going public with it.

It may come as a shock to you (or probably not) that governments actually like conspiracy theories and have often created them out of nothing. This goes back to emperors and kings. You see, it’s an historical fact that keeping people’s minds busy distracts them from thinking about more serious down-to-earth matters, like hunger, unemployment or even supporting an uprising, a “Coup d’etat” … basically any social issue could serve as an example here. If kept under control by the ruling class, it’s the textbook example of turning a liability into an asset.

Reasons

If we exclude selfish/corrupt reasons and stay with the “greater good” ones, those would be:

  • To avoid a sudden change in the “Status Quo” of things or, in English, a sudden change in “the existing state of affairs, particularly with regards to social or political issues.” As an example, consider UFOs and aliens civilizations. If people were to find out, from one moment to another, that aliens actually existed, say, by way of a government announcement, they would wake up the next day with questions not even religion might be able to answer (and that would be a first). If anything, Religion calms people down and makes us all think twice before doing something reckless (or so it should). Without that, who knows what’s going to happen? “The worst parts of the bible?”
  • Not to jeopardize ongoing operations. There’re other ongoing operations in the same context or in the same theatre and disclosing information about previous operations, at this time, might compromise them in some way. Even if these took place back in the 1940s.

A cover up may also mean not disclosing what actually happened. Or not declassifying certain documents when they should’ve long been declassified.

Levels of Secrecy

The next issue I’d like to address is that there are several levels of secrecy regarding government/military operations. You probably guessed as much and you were right. By this I don’t mean just “Restricted” and “Classified” documents. I mean there are actually two (or more) sets of documents, for operations with a black agenda:

  • There’s a classified/restricted report, available to A-Clearance personnel
  • There’s an eyes-only document available only to the chain of command directly involved in the “black/hidden agenda” – according to Snowden, not even the Commander-in-Chief (the U.S. President) has information about the true nature of these agendas (check aforementioned link)

If you think about it, had to be this way. Say, operation Highjump by the US Navy or the Roswell UFO incident: these operations had to have an official “classified” report available to A-Clearance personnel but, then, they had to have an actual eyes-only report on what really happened.

Let’s not forget that when we talk “A-Clearance personnel”, we are talking about hundreds of people that would have had access to the information and that simply wouldn’t have been acceptable.

To those who research (formerly) classified operations and “mysteries in history”, it’s very hard but not impossible to get your hands on classified/restricted documents but it has been impossible to get eyes-only reports. Even when declassified, they look like this:

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This is just an unrelated example. But this would be the sort of document where you’d expect to find UFOs and Aliens explicitly mentioned. I wouldn’t be surprised if Mr. Snowden had access to some of these in a more readable format. Maybe he’s sensitive to the argument that revealing certain information could have a profoundly negative impact in the Status Quo of things.

That said, it doesn’t mean you can’t find intriguing information in declassified confidential/restricted documents. Actually, quite the contrary. You see, there’re resources, like naval resources, that can’t just be hidden and then there’re discrepancies. Most of them are almost obvious – some are actually obvious – when put in context, they’re as close as a “smoking gun” as we’re ever going to get. I’ll say this much: you won’t need to use your imagination to see that something’s not right in the upcoming posts related to Operation Highjump and Operation Argus.

Needle Eye

This notion is somewhat complex to explain (my fault, certainly) so I’ll make use of an example: the conspiracy theory involving the moon missions being a hoax, conducted by the US Government. Again, I have no reason to believe these were a hoax – I personally don’t think they were – plus this is not the focus of this study. I’m using this theory merely because it might be the best way to explain what “Needle Eye” is.

One of the justifications sensible people use to justify that the Apollo missions to the moon could have never been a hoax is because they involved hundreds of thousands of people and they couldn’t all be in on it. This looks like a solid argument – as solid as they come – and it might, on its own, resolve the discussion.

Except for one thing: Needle Eye.

There’s a huge Needle Eye in this mission. A weak point, a blind spot if you may. You see, there’s a moment in this mission when all these hundreds of thousands of people see is what is showing on their screens. Just imagine that the 3 astronauts, instead of going to the moon, just orbited the Earth for 8 days and then returned to Earth. To us down here, all the evidence we’ve got was low-quality video and, even upon their return and the times that followed, little more than that. Of course there were other moon missions and that would mean getting more people on board. It could take as little as 20 to 100 secret service personnel plus all the astronauts involved, each learning of the truth just days before the launch. Personally, it don’t think it happened like that but there was plenty of motive and justification to use all those means. And, in my opinion, it would have been feasible.

A similar situation could have happened in Operation Highjump. With all the people involved and the harsh environmental conditions in Antarctica, not all would have stood witness to what was going on (not at all times, at least) and, if there was in fact a hidden agenda – and all points that way – that could have easily been hidden from certain individuals, like reporters, since most were confined to the ships in which they were in. Plus most operations would have taken place a long way from where the expedition convoy was stationed.

Operation Highjump will be the subject of our next post from the series “III Reich in Antarctica: the key to unlocking the Future?”

I hope this information was helpful.

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Thank you.

Bruno De Marques

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