Earth’s past, present and future can been seen on the northern peninsula of Antarctica – the wildest, most desolate and mysterious of its continents.
Clues to answering humanity’s most basic questions are locked in this continental freezer the size of the United States and half of Canada.
Scientists are now ramping up their efforts to study the area in the hope it could answer questions such as where did we come from? And are we alone in the universe?
Here are some old and new information about this place that you may not have heard about:
1 – The Oswald Abduction
On 15th October 1979, Luli Oswald, the famous concert pianist and her friend on board a UFO and offered difficult examination also. Well, the hypnosis sessions only revealed the whole story. According to Luli Oswald (55), she and Fauze Mehlen (25) saw a fleet of bizarre craft grown from the ocean when they were driving along the coast road near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. After coming out of the water, they found it like a mushroom with water spilling over it. She told police that they noticed a big black one ahead of them as well.
Seeing this strange craft, Fauze lost the car’s control and it started spinning crazily across the road, even the doors were getting opened and shut by themselves. Suddenly they stopped as the hypnosis session put an end here. However, under this session, Luli started sobbing with fear as she was reliving the horrible experience.
She added that they entered the black disk from the bottom, their car was inside the UFO, they were outside it. Inside the black disk, Miss Oswald saw 5 aliens who were examining Mehlen with a strange ray of light which had a smell of sulphur. Miss Oswald recalled that she tried to communicate with them while one of them told that they were from Antarctica.
Well, this black tunnel directly goes to the South Pole, and it’s believed that this is the reason why they came out of the water.
2 – Antarctica Evacuation
Numerous people, especially scientists are being expelled from Antarctica.
The prime reason is a big crack has been discovered in the Antarctica ice shelf Larsen C and according to the scientists, that crack is going to become one of the largest icebergs on this planet. Even, possibly it will be an iceberg twice the smallest size of the European country.
Experts from the UK say that the crack is now as wide as the Shard— a 95-storey skyscraper in Southwark, London, that forms part of the London Bridge Quarter development. Standing 309.6 meters (1,016 ft) high. This is apparently really bad news.
3 – The No-Fly Zone
More than two years ago in January 2015, Linda Moulton Howe received an email from a retired 60-year-old U. S. Navy Petty Officer First Class Flight Engineer, who asked her to only call him “Brian.”
Brian entered the U. S. Navy in 1977, and retired 20 years later in 1997. He and his C-130 crew encountered high strangeness in Antarctica from 1995 to 1996. Several times, they all saw rapidly moving silver discs over the Transantarctic Mountains.
Brian and his crew also saw a huge, football-field-sized hole in the ice only about five to ten miles from the geographic South Pole that was supposed to be a No Fly Zone.
But during an emergency medevac crisis, to speed up their trip, they flew across the No Fly Zone and saw apparently what they were not supposed to see: a huge hole in the ice entrance to an underground installation.
After being retired from Navy Brian wanted to share what he has seen and experienced with Linda at Earthfiles because he was convinced that an alien presence was living and working on this planet. They had never met until Thursday evening, June 2, 2016, at the Contact In The Desert conference in Joshua Tree, California. They organized to meet with his nephew, Kelly, and a friend to talk more about Brian’s Antarctica experiences. They all went to a local Mexican restaurant and after dinner, They kept talking until after midnight outside in the restaurant parking lot under trees.
That weekend, Brian returned to his home in Phoenix, Arizona, and on Monday, June 6, when he received a surprising and disturbing phone call.