There has been a lot of activity going on in the Antarctica region as of lately. We have big names such as John Kerry and Buzz Aldrin as among those whom have taken a trip to Antarctica. Corey Goode and Pete Peterson have confirmed that they have found some extensive ruins in Antarctica.
Evidently they plan on releasing this finding very soon, but in the form of partial disclosure. They intend to use this first to seed humanities’ consciousness with the idea that humanity has been on earth at least over 25,000 years. If revealed this Antarctica civilization will be revealed as being older then any other civilization we’ve currently discovered in mainstream media.
It should be very interesting to see what happens. I for one hope this Antarctica revelation isn’t used to deceive the people with a partial disclosure narrative. Humanity is ready for the Truth; it’s time for the Truth to come to the surface. Lies are the reason we’re in a mess in the first place; so let’s just tell the Truth.
In a age of strife and deception; telling the Truth is difficult, but only because people actually can believe that the Truth is antithesis to life. The Truth will always be what is best for humanity and we shouldn’t unwittingly work for the agents of darkness by actually believing the Truth is “irresponsible”. It was Eisenhower who wanted to keep the subject of UFOs secret from the public and look how that turned out.
Source: The Daily Event Chronicle
Something big is going to happen in Antarctica!
The concerns expressed in the message are really challenging.
Little other information was released to the media about the mission, although most journalists were suspicious of its true purpose given the huge amount of military hardware involved.
Admiral Byrd, was a strategic choice as he was a national hero to the Americans. He had pioneered the technology that would be a foundation for modern polar exploration and investigation, had been repeatedly decorated and had undertaken many expeditions to Antarctica and was also the first man to fly over both poles.