Antarctica: Aliens, Pyramids, Nazis?
Space is the final frontier. Or the depths of the oceans, depending on how you look at it. But in reality, the last unexplored continent is Antarctica. It’s larger than you might think; it is the fifth-largest continent and nearly twice the size of Australia. Covered in ice and completely inhospitable. But was it always that way? And does anything lie beneath the ice? Join Mike and Frank on this episode of Troubled Minds Radio, where we discuss several Antarctic mysteries.
We start out the episode by looking at what appears to be an energy beam emanating from Antarctica. Yes, a beam of energy shot out of Antarctica that appears to disrupt hurricanes. And this has happened more than once. It seems crazy, completely unbelievable. When we do the math, however, measuring the wave front and calculating the speed at which it moves, some of the details line up with reality. It moves at the speed of sound and appears to be an ultra-low frequency sound wave. Facts, or an insane delusion; you tell us.
After that, we take a look at some of the ancient maps – the Piri Reis map and the Oronteus map – that appear to depict Antarctica as lush, filled with foliage, and populated with all sorts of animals. Just how long has the continent been covered in ice? Did our ancestors travel there? We do know, from the fossil record, it was once covered in trees. As well, we look at the associations between the Nazi war effort and Antarctica. Stories of hidden bases, alien intervention, and UFOs rising from the waves to repel American forces. Finally, pyramids. Yes, pyramids in Antarctica. Are they real? Or do they just look like pyramids? We look at the evidence and discuss.
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