1923: Will the ZR-1 Discover a Polar Paradise?

POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY SUMNER N. BLOSSOM, Editor December, 1923 The giant new navy dirigible ZR-1 in test flight. If she makes the voyage across the North Pole next summer, it will prove according to Vilhjalmut Stefansson. Famous arctic explorer, “one of the turning points in history”. Will the ZR-1 Discover a Polar Paradise? Here is one of the most outstanding stories of scientific possibility ever published. Commander Green’s exclusive article has all the pungency of romantic fiction; at the same time it is founded on scientific observations of a veteran arctic explorer, and corroborated by fascinating legends of the Eskimos. Not since the days of Columbus has any venture held such power of gripping the world’s imagination as the proposed voyage of the ZR-1. In the issue of POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY for November, 1920, the prophesy was made that a “huge dirigible of the Zeppelin type will enable the […] Read More

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

2002: Traveler to the Inner Earth

Below is an incredible first-hand account from a US Air F-rce Colonel of what it is like inside our planet, courtesy abovetopsecret.com / onelight.com. This information was gathered and written down with permission, from a recording taken on the phone January 10, 2002 (Greg Gavin/Onelight.com): My name is Colonel Billie Faye W-odard of the U-ited States Air Fo-ce. Arrival and Indoctrination I was first stationed at Area 51, Nevada, Jan. 28, 1971 through 1982. In that period of service I visited the Hollow Interior of the Earth six times, 800 miles deep. Upon my arrival to Area 51 I was indoctrinated to the existence of tunnels beneath Area 51, and soon after I met several of the Underground Shuttle Operators that have a stature of 13 to 14 feet in height. These tunnels, that transverse the world, are built by a species of beings who have existed here before […] Read More

2012: The Secret of the Mammoths

On March 25th 1993 The Anchorage (Alaska) Daily News Services released some amazing information in an article titled, “Small but Hardy.” According to the report, “Three Russian scientists found the remains of a race of “dwarf” woolly mammoths.  Some of the remains found on Russia’s Wrangel Island indicates they may have been alive about 3,500 years ago according to a report by Russian researchers made in “Nature” magazine.  This is considerably younger than the ‘establishment’ belief that mammoths died out 7,000 to 10,000 years ago. “The discovery is reported by (Andrei) Sher, S.L. Varanyan of the Wrangel Island State Reserve and V.E. Garutt of the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.  Andrei Sher works at the Severtsov Institute of Evolutionary Animal Morphology and Egology, part of Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. The report said the scientists estimated “that the dwarfs would have stood about 6 feet […] Read More

Mercator's 1569 Map of the Arctic

Mercator’s map of the arctic first appeared as a vignette in his 1569 world map. The Flemish geographer and cartographer Gerardus Mercator’s methods of map-making were so accurate and reliable that they are still commonly used today (recall the Mercator projection) and have remained virtually unchanged for nearly 450 years! His maps of Europe and the known world were exceptionally accurate and were commonly used with a great degree of reliability for navigation and commerce. Bear in mind that prior to the advent of GPS and satellite navigational aids, exploration was the sole method of acquiring the data necessary for accurately portraying geographical details on a map. So, when we view Mercator’s representation of the Arctic as containing a large landmass, equally divided into for sections by massive rivers, it stands to reason that this data was acquired by means of thorough exploration. It also is apparent that, according […] Read More