Intellihub reports on Operation Highjump, Admiral Byrd, and the Hollow EarthSubmitted by Bob-45 on Sun, 05/26/2013 - 17:51
[Intellihub is on on the brink of the same kind of acceptance Infowars has recently received,so this is big; though, still no mention of NAZIs or "Nordic Aliens," though "UFOs" abd "Reptoids" are mentioned.]
by Shepard Ambellas
May 26, 2013
ANTARCTICA (1946-47) — Operation Highjump (OpHjp) placed nearly 5000 US military personnel, and every resource available to the Navy’s disposal, in the hands of Admiral Richard Byrd, the Operations Leader of the US Naval mission at the time.
Although Byrd was chosen to lead the mission for a rather specific reason, he was quite qualified, and favorited amongst the American public, the perfect candidate of choice for the US Navy. Another man by the name of, Rear Admiral Richard Cruzen, was selected to head-up the Task Force.
However, make no mistake, this was an unusual move for the American military at the time, as people, nations, and even world economies, were still volatile from the previous war. Why would the US military be seeking to expend so many resources at risk of great loss to explore such a harsh region of the globe as Antarctica? What was the rush?
NOTE 1: An Academy Award winning documentary on "Operation High Jump" can be found here.
NOTE 2: "The Secret Land" mentions not only the existence of "warm water lakes" but also "enough coal to supply the needs of the entire world for 400 years(!)" If this is the case, then why has these not been exploited? In fact, the UN essentially put Antarctica "off limits" to anything but scientific expeditions in 1961.
NOTE 3: At least two fictional movies are loosely based on the Byrd expedition, "Island in the Sky" starring John Wayne and "The Land Unknown" starring Jock Mahoney.