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posted on Jul, 21 2006 @ 01:52 AM
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Germans, US or other. US put 100 man tunnel under ice in 50's. What else is up there? JU 390 refuel base? Lost Viking underground entrance?




posted on Jul, 21 2006 @ 02:01 AM
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er, i'm not quite sure what you're getting at. could you please either explain a little more, or try to phrase your question more clearly?



posted on Jul, 21 2006 @ 03:02 AM
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www.past-to-present.com...

The site has more images that you can look at.

Also check out this link,
www.transchool.eustis.army.mil...

the Ice Tunnel Chapel, located at the U.S. Army Polar Research and Development Center, Camp Tuto, Greenland. The chapel was first used on May 27, 1962, when Chaplain (Captain) Joseph V. Coshan said mass for a small congregation.



The tunnel was used for Army Research and Development projects under supervision of the U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratories and the U.S. Army Engineering and Development Laboratories.


Large areas of ice like Greenland also form natural tunnels when the ice is melting. They are rivers carved under the ice as the melt water flows out of the glacier.



posted on Jul, 21 2006 @ 07:48 PM
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Very cool Anxiety, nice shots. Um, just toss in whatever ya got or is somewhat related to Greenland & secret bases. Underground, underice or perhaps even tunnels to hollow earth used by Vikings.

& There are the ever persistent rumors of germans using Greenland for more than just weather stations during war. A refuel base for JU 390's is one of the stories.


www.ourhollowearth.com...

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Several of us can trace our ancestry back to the intrepid Viking explorers that settled northern Europe in the 7th century. Some later migrated to Iceland and some even further to the west coast of Greenland. These hardy arctic colonizers discovered every year that the more plentiful hunting was further to the north. Then in 1721 when Greenland was resettled, it was noticed that the Viking colonists had disappeared from Greenland. This was the subject of Arctic author Vilhajalmur Stefansson's book, Unsolved Mysteries of the Arctic. He thought they died out. But Lt. Green discovered where they went when he befriended the Eskimos and asked them point blank.

The Eskimos told Lt. Green that the Viking colonists had migrated further and further north, then one day a hunting party returned saying they had discovered a paradise in the north -- a place the Eskimo had always known about, but generally stayed away from because they believed it to be inhabited by evil spirits. When the Viking exploration party had returned and delivered the wonderful news of their discovery, the Eskimos say that the Viking colonists all promptly packed their bags, and singing songs, departed happily northward out over the ice and never returned. Their cattle, chickens and other animals were later found wandering around their abandoned settlement by European visitors, but no settlers. They didn't think to ask the Eskimos what had happened to them. Lt. Green wrote an article in the December 1923 issue of Popular Science Monthly, that the Eskimo tradition is that out over the ice towards the northwest of Greenland, in the direction Admiral Peary sighted Crocker land and Dr. Cook sighted Bradley land, "...is a land that is warm; is clothed in summer verdure the year around; is populated by fat caribou and musk-ox. It lies," they say even to this day, "in the direction of the coastal trail-route north."

This polar expedition proposes that we seek out that land where our cousins, the Greenland Vikings went, and visit them in their hidden land within the North Polar Opening that is within the hollow of our earth. Indications are that that land is inhabited. The story of the Scandinavian explorer Olaf Jansen and his father who attained that land through the north polar opening in 1829, maintains the people there are friendly, highly advanced in the sciences, arts, and geometry. And that they are ardent worshipers of the Israelite god Jehovah, whom they believe has a throne on the sun of inner earth.

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posted on Jul, 21 2006 @ 09:42 PM
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www.german-navy.de...

the documents found by Franz Selinger of Siemens in 1970 testify that Sommermeyer tried again the exploit in spring-summer 1944. This time the U-boots employed were three. The first two vessels (unfortunately no details of these came
to us) managed to land a couple of devices on the central-eastern coast of Greenland and in the Svalbaard Islands (5). The two equipments followed the same destiny of the first one, even if they were more technologically advanced.

An odd episode is linked to the Greenland’s station. Albert Speer – in his Memories of Third Reich – writes about the existence of a "not better identified meteorological station in Greenland […] A few days before the final collapse, I was contacted by a Luftwaffe’s officer who suggested me to take off on a six-engined Blom-Voss to reach that far base in Greenland…". It goes without saying that the officer was not aware of the type and characteristics of the German meteo base, whose dimensions were
similar to a dog’s bed. However, Speer preferred to remain in Germany.

Aboriginies in Greenland??

www.think-aboutit.com...



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posted on Jul, 21 2006 @ 10:03 PM
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www.karinya.com...

Greenland
Soviet Union
Ten (10) Bases 1) Cape Farvel, 2) Tundra - Peninsula of Kola, 3) Island of Novoja Zemla, 4) Sibera - Chatanga where the rivers of Kotuja and Cheta meet, 5) Russia - just under the Artic Circle town of Egveknot.


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posted on Jul, 26 2006 @ 07:30 PM
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OK, so I'm the only Greenland fan here.



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