2015: 500 Year Old Map Was Discovered That Shatters The “Official” History Of The Planet

Human history is quite an enigma. We know so little, and much of what we think we know seems to be highly questionable in the wake of new evidence, as well as pre-existing information that challenges our current understanding of the world. Our world is no stranger to unexplained mystery, and there are numerous examples of verified phenomenon, ancient monuments, books, teachings, understandings and more that lack any explanation and counter what we’ve already been taught. We are like a race with amnesia, able to put together small bits and pieces of our history yet unable to provide any sort of verified explanation. There are still many missing pieces to the puzzle. One great example is the Piri Reis map, a genuine document that was re-made (copied from older documents) at Constantinople in AD 1513, and discovered in 1929. It focuses on the western coast of Africa, the eastern […] Read More

2014: Nazis in Antarctica: The Five Essentials

Nazi conspiracies are typically related to secret technologies and weapons, however, the Conspiracy of Nazis in Antarctica has endured six decades and is still going strong. There may be a good reason too. Theories and rumors have circled the end of world war two like a flock of carrion birds and still, they refuse to go away. What happened in the years immediately after the war still affects us to this day. Nazism may be vanquished, however, fascism has never been stronger. Writers and researchers like Nick Cook of Janes Defense Weekly, Polish researcher Witkowski, or Oxford-educated Joesph P. Farrell have led the way attempting to unravel declassified documentation and transcripts from the end of that fateful war. Has a falsified history been concocted to cover over all the discrepancies that suggest something different took place, something outside the Establishment narrative. These are the top five essentials that suggest […] Read More

1942-1992: Half a century of the German Moonbase

The Germans landed on the Moon as early as probably 1942, utilizing their larger exoatmospheric rocket saucers of the Miethe and Schriever type. The Miethe rocket craft was built in diameters if 15 and 50 meters, and the Schriever Walter turbine powered craft was designed as an interplanetary exploration vehicle. It had a diameter of 60 meters, had 10 stories of crew compartments and stood 45 meters high. Welcome to Alice in Saucer land. In my extensive research of dissident American theories about the physical conditions on the Moon, I have proved beyond the shadow of a doubt that there is atmosphere, water, and vegetation on the Moon, and that man does not need a spacesuit to walk on the Moon. A pair of jeans, a pullover and sneakers are just about enough. Everything NASA has told the world about the Mood is a lie and it was done […] Read More

2008: The Germans grasping at the Antarctic

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 with the special designed polar expedition ship, the ” METEOR” under the command of Dr. Albert Merz. During the recent years before WWII the Germans claimed to hegemony about parts of Antarctica and the wished to possess an own base grew stronger. At this time […] Read More

2012: Oldest Civilization may be in Antarctica

by Vladimir Averianov Lots of surprises may be hidden under the Antarctic ice and are waiting to be discovered by humans The existence of the civilization in Antarctica started drawing the attention of professional historians after World War II. The hypothesis can be proven by medieval maps and the research of Western paleogeologists and glaciologists. In January 1820 the lieutenant of the Russian Imperial Fleet Mikhail Lazarev discovered a new continent. At the beginning of the 20th century, the famous Russian Brockhaus and Efron encyclopedic dictionary contained an article, according to which the continent was insufficiently and that there were no flora and fauna. Besides, the author mentioned the variety of seaweeds and sea animals that inhabited the Antarctic waters. About twenty years later the head of the Istanbul National Museum Halil Edhem found an old map while revising the library of Byzantine emperors in the old sultan’s palace. […] Read More