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Why is Antartica in the news?
Posted by: Prana ()
Date: December 12, 2016 08:00PM

In the news of late there have been many reports of people visiting Antartica. The Pope, the Patriarch of the Eastern Orthodox Church, Obama, Buzz Aldrin, Sec of State John Kerry, etc. Why?

David Wilcock reveals that a "Pre-Adamite" ruin has been found, with fully preserved frozen humans, with animals of about 55,000 to 65,000 years agos (mastadons, etc), and advanced technology, including genetic experimentation. These Pre-Adamite people were living in much older ruins that date to over 1 billion years old of an ancient builder race.







ENDGAME II: The Antarctic Atlantis and Ancient ET Ruins


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Re: Why is Antartica in the news?
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: December 13, 2016 12:02AM

In 1987, a man found a piece of amber on a beach on the Baltic Sea, in the region of Kalinin, after a spring storm. The man had gone for a walk on the beach to search for pieces of amber. Amber is the fossilized resin of trees. Sometimes amber contains insects or other inclusions. The man found inside this piece of amber was a tiny piece of woven fabric. The threads of the woven fabric in the amber had a high-tech look to them. The amber in the Baltic Sea region formed 25-55 million years ago. This reported in Michael Cremo’s book Forbidden Archeologist.

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