posted on Sep, 20 2003 @ 11:55 AM
I belive Lovecraft, like most artists and writers, had an open mind, enabling himself to "recieve" ideas; he may not have written "truth", but
rather "historical fiction".
In regards to Antarctica, doesn't the (forgive my spelling) Reis Piri maps show the American coastline, along with Antartica WITHOUT THE ICE?
Arn't UFO reports more common along the southern tip of South America? If these truly be celestrial craft, wouldn't it make sense for a
southern approach, where the magnetic storms are less?
During some occult research, I had come across information pertaining to there being 5 "gates" (I really hate sounding like SG-SG1); the
former/ current locations being mid-Atlantic, Persian Gulf area, Japan, Philipines, and the South Pole. (Coincidently, the Japanese gate was
destroyed... it's exact location, according to the occult research, was at I-rose-ma. Took me a while to figure out it meant IR-o-se-me).
The South Pole has held fasination for many people for many years. If traces of people have been found on every contienent, why wouldn't there
be one on Antartica?
As a side note: if the Antartic is just a frozen waste land, why does the world's leading countries have outposts there? You'd think they'd
have learned it's damn cold and too white by now.
*noticed last reply was in May... hope this is still a valid discussion*