The bottom half of this is a re-post of what I put on the new user forum earlier. The admin wanted me to have 5 posts before permitting me to post on
the main forum. Sorry to duplicate! Not sure if this is better in one long post or three separate ones. At the risk of a super long post, I’m
opting for one. Apologies in advance if I’m not following some kind of etiquette I’m unaware of. This is the first time Ive used a forum like
this so I appreciate your patience.
Below is a series of pictures from the google-earth that show some pretty unusual things. I think it’s a new layer or something, because I don’t
recall being able to see this stuff before on google earth. This one lets me go under the water and under the ice sheets too, like a submarine!
Pretty cool, but I haven’t found the secret Nazi base… yet!!!!
The first three pics reveal a glitch of sorts near the coast with a starfield inside of it no less!
I call it the entrance to the underworld… LOL. It seems to be a glitch in the 3d that lets you see through to the otherside, which is the night
Looks like they tried to paint a square over something? Or maybe its just an innocent error in the software. Its odd to say the least!
As you approach the bottom entrance, it gets larger, pic below
One more to illustrate whats inside of the crack – a starfield!!! Probably just the map of the google sky?
The next two pics show a waterfall that is 1600 feet tall (I included the elevation profile which shows height and width of the red lined section)
then it flows uphill 1000 feet! Many dimensions in the Antarctic dont make sense at all. This stuff is huge! like thousands of feet high! Just
play around with the elevation tools in google earth and the 3d images and you'll see what I mean.
This one shows the same waterfall, but from different angle. Definitely go and check out the 3d rendering on the google earth download version –
its pretty cool and fun to monkey around with!
The next few show the creepy pyramid emanating light from the center of the antarctic circle (south pole location)
What's weird is when you go into the top of it, you can descend waaaaaay below the ice into a starfield like the one in the crack above. Its
bizarre! But again I think it might just be attributed to glitchy software. When I ponder it, it seems they are trying to render out whats actually
there. Its just a sorta weird way to do it if you asked me!
Seems like google likes to brag about how great they are at capturing images – if you’ve seen the video commercial online they claim they use
airplanes, hot air balloons, and even kites to get the right imaging for google maps. We’ve had picture surveillance from U2 spy planes since the
50s. Not sure I buy the argument that the south pole is just too difficult for satellites to be able to navigate any decent imagery! They don’t
want us to see whats there – that’s pretty obvious.
This last series is the strangest…
I found this glitch looking for various entry points from shoreline across the Antarctic plains to plan an expedition. When I kept seeing the same
glitch popping up again and again, I zoomed in to get a better look at it. This picture shows the elevation profile that illustrates how deep it is.
It shows a crevice going from the surface of the Antarctic, all the way down to sea level!!!
The mouse kept jumping around, trying to navigate this weird line that appears as a part of the pixilation of the area. This next pic is similar.
It’s of a small section of the circle, revealing the black area that I kept seeing (the glitched out black area is the “chasm” part) You have to
roll the screen around in the 3d mode at any spot on the circle and eventually you’ll catch a little black line that squirms around when you get at
the correct angle to see it. Otherwise, you can just start by placing a single path across the black area, and you should see the mouse jump around on
you as it attempts to navigate across the chasm. Its very odd the way it jumps around too – you just gotta try it to see what I mean. Hard to
describe. It sorta shoots around real fast.
Here’s where it gets weird… when I traced the chasm it began to form the radius of a circle so I zoomed back out, drew a circle from the center
of the freaky pyramid, and it lines up at… 777 miles radius almost exactly!
I’d think the 777 thing is a coincidence, but I know the conspiracy folks like that number so I thought I’d highlight it. If you have problems
finding it, let me know and I’ll help with the navigation on the google earth. It’s a little wonky which is another reason I assume its just
glitchy, you have to angle the thing just right to see the black part of the “chasm”.