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Entrance To Agartha Found?

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posted on Dec, 31 2010 @ 11:16 AM
to me looks like a meteor too...

posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 12:13 PM
history channel ha some thought provoking information on tihs.

Anyone seen it?

posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 12:32 PM
Ill go if anyone has $$ to fund my expedition....

posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 08:25 PM
reply to post by MavRck

Ill take U up on that offer! lol thats one big hole is there any official site that claims to no what it is!

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 07:56 PM
I think we are looking at just caves in the Earth. Remember every continent has them so why should Antarctica be any different? It is intriguing to assume that it could be something else. We need to get someone in there to really see what this is all about....

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 08:09 PM
Just want to say.

Great Thread.

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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 08:14 PM
Love reading about this stuff..true or not, I love it.

This is a little off topic but still interesting and educational for those who are curious about Adm. Byrd.

Here is a old video for your enjoyment.

Google Video Link


posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:30 PM
I am ready to embark on this voyage. I am not one who sits and waits for something to happen. I have ben sitting idle for a few years keeping up the appearances of a 'normal' life. I have been chosen to find and reveal.

Waiting for the ticket in the mail..

posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 10:03 PM

Same thing happend last time I tried to bring the mystery city to the forefront except it was pushed aside with pituctres of the russian military base on Anarchtica. .......Oh well, some one does not want it found so why should I care. KMG

posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 03:37 PM

Originally posted by jonnyc55
How much it cost to venture out into antartica?

I was talking it over with director of Australian Antarctic expeditions,
said that moving a few containers a few thousand kilometers,
would cost at least 10 million dollars.
So official channels are just bogus.

If i had money i would love to go

Money wont get you anywhere system is covering up,
skill, knowledge, ambition, perseverance,
that's far more likely to get things done.

Originally posted by truthbeetellin
Ill go if anyone has $$ to fund my expedition....

It needs planning, organizing, and attainment of resources.
pretty soon with the collapse of the American empire,
lots of resources will be up for grabs.

We can mount our own expedition.
Even with resources currently available.
Getting our own concrete submarines, base price at $10,000 per person,
Got a friend in Columbia that makes concrete submarines.

We got to outfit them with supplies, air and water eco-systems.
that can go for the potentially month long journeys, under the icecaps.

The largest holes, are near the poles,
the most easily accessible north east of Frans Joseph Land,
we can masquerade as whales to avoid the Russian Subs.
The exit is at the south-pole, so we'd have to go under the ice-caps.

Originally posted by Primevisitor
I am ready to embark on this voyage. I am not one who sits and waits for something to happen. I have ben sitting idle for a few years keeping up the appearances of a 'normal' life. I have been chosen to find and reveal.

Waiting for the ticket in the mail..

ya the ticket isn't free,
you've either gotta pay or work for it.
10 kilo's of silver (~$10,000) would probably cover the price.
Also note that for the price of your ticket you get to keep the submarine.

So either way you win. Since at least you get a long-lived low-maintenance submarine adequate for seasteading on the ocean.

Here are pics of two submarines,
each cubic meter or ton, is selling at 330 euro or about half a kilo of silver,
the minimum required for humans sanity is 20m^3 or 20 ton,
the first white one is the 20 ton for 10 kilo's of silver
and the second black one is 200 ton for 100 kilo's of silver
though I'd recommend getting a 60 ton, for you, your partner and some kids for about 30 kilo's of silver

note that's just the shell cost, it can go through the ocean,
but doesn't have any interior decoration, or supplies.

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For camouflage it's best to color it in gray
or whale colors, dark on top, light on bottom.

The expedition itself, in terms of organizing the subs,
and evading various government cover-ups,
may require repatriation to an aware nation,
one that is willing to embrace what you discover.

Such as a sea-steading nation,
or a tribal group of nomadic submarines.
Though can also connect together to form floating islands.

Of course it's possible we'll make our own land based aware havens,
during/after the downfall of fiat-capitalism there be creative opportunities.
Even now we could have our own underground land based settlements.

Have you noticed that in a forest, there are almost no nests on the ground,
they are either in the trees, or underground, as the ones on the surface are too easy to prey on by roaming predators.

some birds in areas with no predators do nest on the ground,
though even then they do it only during special times, en mass,
so they could over power predators with their numbers.

Yep so think about it,
can get a submarine,
and discover things,
if you'd like to share,
likely you'd have to evade cover-ups,
so would have to join a tribe or safe community.

could broadcast message and proof over Internet.
it'll likely be wireless and distributed by then.
at least where there is enough freedom.
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posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 07:46 PM
Maybe H. P. Lovecraft was right. In his novel At The Mountains Of Madness he tells us about an ancient extraterrestrial race known as the Great Old Ones found by explorers in Antartica. Who knows, maybe he was right. Then i saw the Piri Reis map (1513) depicting Antartica without ice how can it be possible?Anyway Antartica always fascinated me, i wonder what it would look like without all that ice.

posted on Jan, 4 2011 @ 03:40 AM
You can read the short story in it's entirety here:

I must say that this thread has intrigued me and I do have a imagination that is fleeting in its very nature. However I reckon that someone, who would happen to carry the necessary erudition in such matters should cite an opinion before any reckless conjectures are formed.An individual such as a geologist who could explain why these formations appear to be unnatural. Perhaps it may well be a mere prosaic natural formation and yet so far we have nothing to prove otherwise even if we are to be led on by fantastic speculation.

Although I do concede that the Antarctic continent despite it's inhospitable environment is still something of an enigma. For that matter any place that is inaccessible to the bourgeois captures the fancy of the human imagination.

posted on Jan, 4 2011 @ 10:42 AM
reply to post by zorgon

Once the cruiser arrived in Antarctica, it was based out of Little America, Byrd's station on the continent. But it was quickly discovered that the vehicle's smooth tires developed very little traction in the Antarctic snow. It took only a small amount of snow in front of each tire to stop the “unstoppable.”

Though two spare tires were mounted on the front axles to provide extra traction, nothing seemed to help. That's until someone discovered the vehicle operated better in reverse. The cruiser's longest venture was 92 miles—all driven backwards.

Byrd's expedition extended into 1941, and with World War II pressing, Congress would not approve funding to continue. In May 1941 the group returned to the United States, its experiments terminated.

What happened to the cruiser? It was left behind in Antarctica in an underground ice garage. In the late 1940s another expedition found the vehicle and discovered it needed only air in the tires and some servicing to make it operational. It was again rediscovered in 1962, still perfectly preserved.

Where is Byrd's snow cruiser now? As of 1985 there has been speculation as to its whereabouts. Antarctic ice is in constant motion, and the ice shelf the cruiser was on is constantly moving out to sea. In the mid-1960s, a large chunk of the Ross Ice Shelf broke off and drifted away. The break occurred right through Little America. On which side of the break was the snow cruiser? No one seemed to know at the time.

The end of this story is still uncertain. Either the vehicle is buried under many, many feet of ice—where it might possibly be discovered by future explorers. Or it could be resting on the bottom of the Southern Ocean.

Whatever its fate, it was still a magnificent machine. But what a flop!

or this site says

By the early 1960s the ice sheet supporting the Snow Cruiser had migrated seaward and broken off. By all accounts, Dr. Poulter’s hopeful but impractical invention now lies at the bottom of the Ross Sea. There will never be another vehicle like her.

posted on Jan, 4 2011 @ 10:55 AM
Very interesting, i also took a look at these on google earth. I have also found many more entrances and a few are mentioned in old ancient texts. You never know untill you see it for yourself though.
I do believe that is an entrance to Agharta though.

posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 09:38 PM

Originally posted by MavRck
Yes these are most interesting... I have them pinned on GE ... Strange...

I'll give 500$ to anyone willing to jump into it with a parachute and glowsticks...

Ahem, it would take more than $500 just to get there.
That's not even including the cost of glow sticks.

posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 09:47 PM
reply to post by exile1981

Thanks for that
I never found anything about it's fate before. The best stories are always the one with follow ups years later

posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 12:52 PM
reply to post by Jim Scott

I will go but I don't have any money.I have been trying to get a group to sponser or join for a number of expeditions.I have even found a site off Florida I believe will reveal pre-deluge underwater artifacts.That would be safer and more cost effective for the adventurist(45-75ft),but I sure would like to see whats up there.

posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 05:38 PM
To me it looks like one of those optical illusions like the Mars tube tunnels.

IMO the cave is not a cave but a partially melted pond.

posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 06:05 PM
The most logical explanation is volcanic activity, someone in the very beginning said that Antarctica was not volcanic but I would have to disagree, just take a look...

posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 11:08 AM
i am more interesting to this post

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