A couple of weeks ago, more or less, I blogged about the unusual goings on in Antarctica, as an evacuation aircraft was making its way to our southern polar continent. What I found quite strange at that time was the presence of Lockheed-Martin, the famous US defense and black projects contractor, on that continent. A few years prior, you'll recall, there was much speculation about what the Russians were doing, or had found (or both), at Lake Vostok, the large submerged lake in Antarctica. The Russians weren't talking; which left everyone else to talk and guess. More recently, after his historic meeting with Pope Francis I, Kirill III, Patriarch of Moscow, made his way to Antarctica as well, took a couple of photo op pictures with the penguins, and blessed a Russian church there, apparently the first Orthodox church on that continent. But I cannot help but think that maybe there was more than that at work.

In any case, the strange goings on in Antarctica don't stop there. A few years prior to that, as I noted in Roswell and the Reich, a German amateur seismologist had allegedly recorded extraordinarily large anomalous wave fluctuations in the region. And of course, prior to that, we had the whole Nazi expedition of 1938-39, the equally curious "silence" surrounding it after its return to Germany, and then the post-war expedition of Admiral Byrd, Operation "Highjump", which was cut short dramatically after some American pilots had crashed, or, as some of the lore has it, were shot down. Byrd, of course, gave his now well-known statements to the Santiago El Mercurio, in which he stated the USA had to prepare its defenses against enemy fighters that could fly from pole to pole with tremendous speed. Then we had the stories in Nexus magazine and other outlets about secret postwar British SAS operations on that continent, allegedly against a group of surviving and fanatical Nazis. And finally, there have been the occasional internet articles alleging that large pyramidal structures have been discovered there.

Whatever one makes of all of this, it is clear that the polar continent is the center of some very bizarre activity and attention: German Nazis, American Admirals and marines, British special ops forces, Orthodox Patriarchs, and American black-projects aerospace companies, and pyramids.

The picture this paints could have been painted by Hieronymus Bosch.

Well, it just became stranger, for several people emailed this article to me, and one regular website reader, who lives in Russia, assures me that this story has also run on Russian television, for now it seems there is something strange going on in the opposite polar regions, in the Russian Arctic:


What's the infection? Well, as the article makes clear, it's an outbreak of anthrax, a disease one normally does not associate with the Arctic. But the deployment of 1,200 biowarfare specialist troops does make one wonder whether the Russian government may suspect more is going on than they're publicly admitting. Indeed, the article states that other deadly agents may have been involved. But then comes the strangest zinger of them all:

Russian officials said the infection may have started after a contaminated corpse was exposed following a warm summer in the Arctic which saw temperatures rise as high as 95 degrees Fahrenheit.

95 degrees Fahrenheit!? In the Arctic!?!? Anthrax and "other" notably unspecified "agents"? Russian biowarfare troops? I can't help but think that perhaps some sort of deliberate weather modification might be behind at least the high temperatures, and that raises the stakes of our high octane speculation considerably, for the deployment of biowarfare military troops suggests the Russian government suspects something more is going on than merely freakish weather and the natural thaw of an anthrax-contaminated corpse. Indeed, Russia surely has civilian authorities able to quarantine and deal with such outbreaks. Of course, the Arctic is a heavily militarized area in Russia, and this might explain the presence of biowarfare troops, but again, my suspicion here is that this doesn't explain the Russian government's reaction. So, this is one for the you tell me folder.

And while you're telling me, I can't help but add a few more wrenches into the works, for I wonder if these recent events at both poles, sudden outbreaks, mysterious evacuation flights to Antarctica, and now, Russian biowarfare troops in the Arctic after temperatures more typical of the American midwest and southwest have occurred.

Is there something strange going on that "they" are not telling us?
Well, you tell me, but for my two cents' worth, I think there is.

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. OrigensChild on August 2, 2016 at 10:29 am

    My comments to goshawks is awaiting moderation. Interesting…

  2. Nathan on August 1, 2016 at 12:43 pm

    Who knows what’s going on at these remote places, your not going to get any truth from any of these governments or from the news for that matter

  3. remibeni on August 1, 2016 at 11:38 am

    How did the climate change crowd miss a temperature shift to 95 degrees fahrenheit? Is this the first we heard of this temperature change?

  4. Steve on August 1, 2016 at 10:56 am

    interesting link you should see. 200 proofs we live on a flat earth that is circle/sphere shaped. Must see it and please write about it if you haven’t. https://youtu.be/h5i_iDyUTCg

    • Nathan on August 2, 2016 at 8:50 pm

      Well Steve you can thank the Jesuits for the heliocentric model being put into the school systems all those many many years ago , then along came NASA and proved we live on a globe NOT! , if you want to watch complete fakery and fraud research NASA it is a good laugh

    • Nathan on August 2, 2016 at 8:55 pm

      Also I would say you will be hard pressed to convince people too actually research NASA , the Swedish scientist Piccard, I think he’s Swedish, Tesla, Steinmetz, and many other things that will leave you to realize that most of what we have been taught in schools and universities is lies , also these Freemasons or luciferians use the occult law of opposites , also signs and symbols , don’t bother listening to what they say it’s pure drivel

    • basta on August 3, 2016 at 9:02 am

      All right, I’ll go there.

      The so-called flat earth theory (honestly, you can’t make this stuff up) is being hustled with a recent spate of slick videos that are being promoted on YouTube. Question: How do those videos, which are pure anti-scientific drivel, get to be so prominently ranked, and who is paying for them? They are over an hour long, and are chock full with slickly produced animated graphics. This stuff is not coming out of someone’s basement, so who’s hustling this, pray tell?

      Obviously, it is a recent disinfo program put out there to test the ignorance, gullibility and (gauge the lack of) logical skills among the public.

      Apparently, you are either part of the former group, or a disinfo agent. Which is it gonna be?

      • WalkingDead on August 3, 2016 at 10:12 am

        It’s most definitely a test to determine the degree to which they have dumbed us down. They are testing to see if our idiotacracy has reached the tipping point yet.

  5. Kahlypso on August 1, 2016 at 7:28 am

    Lets talk Annunaki.. Enki stated that the Abzu was a heart shaped land.. Which everyone thinks is Africa. I believe that the original Gold Digging operations were in the Antartica. Check out the Piri Reiss Map of the Antartics coastlines (before they were covered in the last ice age) Does that look more like a heart than Africa?

  6. OrigensChild on August 1, 2016 at 7:10 am

    One potential side-effect of Fukushima may be atmospheric heating due to the release of radioactive materials from the active nuclear piles in Japan. Information is available that describes rising temperatures in the Artic regions along with retreating ice sheets. Yes, the traditional culprit of manmade global warming is used to describe these two effects–which, oddly enough, Fukushima would be one argument in favor of the thesis if the story was investigated more thoroughly. Increased sunlight and rising temperatures in the region should increase the amount of life in the tide-pools in this region–whereas the exact opposite effect is occurring in the region. Per one researcher the tide-pools on the western side of Canada and the US are almost completely void of life. Oceanic currents do push radioactive waters and air currents into the region. If the Russian artic region started changing in a similar fashion, might the Russians send a large team to investigate? They just might if they were researching multiple phenomenon and protecting (or decontaminating) an advanced research facility.

    • goshawks on August 1, 2016 at 7:02 pm

      I still believe that a massive scare campaign is on over the Fukushima radioactivity releases (beneficial for the oil, natural gas, and coal industries, coincidentally). For instance, a Truthseeker article says:

      “’Every single day, 300 tons of radioactive water from Fukushima enters the Pacific Ocean,’ writes Snyder about this one major sign. ‘That means that the total amount of radioactive material released from Fukushima is constantly increasing, and it is steadily building up in our food chain.’”

      If valid, 300 tons/day strikes the lay-reader as a large amount. However, doing some in-the-head math: Water weighs around 62 lbs/cu ft, so one ton of water (per day) is only 2000 lbs / 62 or around 30 cu ft. So, 300 tons is about 9000 cu ft. That is equivalent to a cube about 22 feet on a side. Not very much. Even a year’s release, 9000 x 365 or around 3 million cu ft, is only a cube about 140 ft on a side.

      Now, for comparison, the in-my-head volume of the affected Pacific Ocean is (very roughly) 4000 mi x 2000 mi x 2 mi, or 16 million CUBIC MILES in volume. As 1 cubic mile equals 147,197,952,000 cubic feet (had to look that up), the dilution factor of the atoms/molecules (most not radioactive: just ordinary water) for a year’s leakage is 147,000,000,000 x 16,000,000 ÷ 3,000,000, or around 900,000,000,000. A HUGE amount.

      Put another way, each atom/molecule spilled into the Pacific Ocean (most not radioactive: water) is swirled around and around until that atom/molecule is (on average) surrounded by 900,000,000,000 molecules of water (neglecting the NaCl).

      This is why I am not worried about the Pacific or the North American coastline becoming noticeably more radioactive…

      Also, from the Truthseeker article:

      “BBC News in the U.K. reported last year that literally millions of tons of radioactive debris had begun traveling across the Pacific Ocean…”

      Absolutely, completely, knowingly false. Most of the highly-radioactive vaporized-core of Reactor 3 is heavier than seawater, so it settles to the bottom within a few miles. Any concrete or steel-rebar blown into the air also goes thud into the bottom. The same with almost anything man-made. Dust (not dirt) and other light material blown into the air will float and be carried off. However, this probably amounts to some tens of tons of material at most. The writer of this BBC News article is either incompetent or saying what he/she is being told to say…

      • OrigensChild on August 2, 2016 at 8:21 am

        Goshawks, I hear what you are saying. Unlike some I am not interested in the fear-mongering that you referred to earlier on this issue. My first inquiries into the Fukushima leaks were in full alignment with yours for about a year after the tidal wave hit these power plants. This is why, unlike so many others, I have decided to RESERVE judgment and let the science settle the debate. I would urge everyone to do the same. I raised Fukushima here for different reasons, but first, some analysis of my own based on what I have learned since looking at these mattes.

        Though the diffusion of radioactive particulates may “soften” the blow to the whole Pacific ecosystem there over time, the cumulative concentrations and heat at the entry points will have an impact on the local coast’s weather patterns and aquatic life on the eastern seaboard in Japan and will also effect coastal areas on the Western North American continents for those regions receiving oceanic currents that pass near the Fukushima power plant on the Japanese coast. It’s the down-stream effect that is the problem. We see the same effect in atomic bomb tests and vulcanism, where wind currents carry higher concentrations of radiation and particulates to some sites rather than all sites. Even planetary rotation has some effect in the diffusion of these particulates–depending on their sizes and configurations. All aquatic life in the radioactive zone created by those currents will be bathed in higher concentration of radiation in those regions, and the cumulative effects of radiation throughout the food chain will effect the highest orders of animal life who depend on the food resources of the lower order species beneath them. (We are seeing a similar effect in tide pools as we saw in contaminated milk from Chernobyl.) There is evidence of regional die-offs of whole species of aquatic life in those areas that receive the highest doses of radioactive particles that catch the natural locomotive railway systems and complete the transoceanic voyage. Though I am not an alarmist I do believe there is some merit to observing the science while maintaining a healthy suspicion of both arguments.

        Here is the crux of my thought processes. Let’s assume something (like anthrax) escaped their containment measures and was released into the local population due to a barrier breach where temperatures were part of the controls. Let’s face it, arctic regions are potentially good places to build these containment facilities because many of the vectors under study do not thrive in cold temperatures. Of course the Russians would look at the impact of Fukushima on the region in addition to other things. If the Russians find clear evidence of an impact we might get a good, first glimpse into the science. Their experience with Chernobyl has taught them, and us, a lot about these matters. In the present geopolitical climate they might actually share some of those results–especially if they believe the tidal waves that created hit the region were man-made. I’ll admit it’s high octane speculation, but we do that here all the time.

        • goshawks on August 2, 2016 at 9:13 pm

          OrigensChild, I enjoy this site precisely because of the readers’ thoughtful balance between proven-info and insightful reading-between-the-lines. (You are included in that ‘compliment’.)

          On the Fukushima ‘incident’, I am afraid that I come from a far-different viewpoint than most readers. I have read and reread a controversial site author’s analysis whose name I cannot even mention here without getting this comment ‘disappeared’. (Think around ‘Gem Stone’.) Reading this analysis with my engineering background, I am nearly certain that Fukushima was ‘taken down’ with extreme prejudice…

          Given that the Russian intelligence services are very good at what they do, I expect that they have incorporated what REALLY happened at Fukushima into their national calculations. This includes the ‘mindset’ of those who would do such a thing. Forewarning is half the battle…

          The above is why I suspect the Russians hurriedly-moved their troops into the Arctic. They have no illusions about who they are REALLY dealing with…

          • goshawks on August 2, 2016 at 9:16 pm

            “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” Not unexpected. I must be batting around 50% in getting my comments modded. That’s some kind of compliment, I guess…

            goshawks – August 2, 2016 at 9:13 pm.

        • goshawks on August 2, 2016 at 9:17 pm

          “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” Not unexpected. I must be batting around 50% in getting my comments modded. That’s some kind of compliment, I guess…

          goshawks – August 2, 2016 at 9:13 pm.

          • OrigensChild on August 3, 2016 at 12:36 pm

            My success ratio is better, but I am astounded each time it happens.

            Take care.

        • zendogbreath on August 5, 2016 at 10:00 pm

          g, o and all,
          lots of pertinent facts make it clear it was a take down. stuxnet taking down daichi’s completely quarantined computers simultaneous to an earthquake produced at almost 9.5 km depth? the only back doors that could have let stuxnet in were through the hardware/software suppliers who were? very few earthquakes in the last decades of measurement originate at 9.5 or so km, except for a bunch that were initiated with aluminum laced man made moisture systems heated at high altitudes and reflected back toward the planet with elf waves. haarp in the old days. nexrad in the next gen. exponentially more powerful now.

        • zendogbreath on August 5, 2016 at 10:01 pm

          we all know stuxnet’s origin

        • zendogbreath on August 5, 2016 at 10:02 pm

          apparently it’s no prob for me to say jim stone, even though none of this came from reading him.

        • zendogbreath on August 5, 2016 at 10:12 pm

          what nato, putin and whoever else (getting harder and harder to know whether these folk all are party to and part of mr global anymore) learned from chernobyl is our best guess. what comes clear to the likes of us is that the area is completely reinhabited with wildlife who incorporated the radioactivity into their lives. literally into their bones. for a few generations they had higher infant mortality. as far as i found (and pre-murdoch national geographic found) the wildlife never really crashed to nought. deformities and infant mortalities rose.

          in the process it worked like antibiotic resistant bacteria work. the wolves they find now are doing amazingly well. of course they still have higher infant mortality than elsewhere. the litters seem to have accommodated that hurdle quite well. also the animals typically have higher levels of the decay elements where they previously wound want their calcium and phosphorus – you know, strontium, cesium,…. and these higher ups on food chain seem to have accommodated just fine.

        • zendogbreath on August 5, 2016 at 10:18 pm

          does anyone think that mr global has any compunction experimenting in such manner on human society?

          or that mr global has, is and will experiment like that thinking, planning and executing on a level way beyond one or two generations?

          that timeline management alone is doc’s best evidence for high octane spec on outside management of us as we’ve been lead to believe us to be.

        • zendogbreath on August 5, 2016 at 10:29 pm

          my longer term guess is that radiation and other activities have in fact pooched the global climate systems as on arrakis. now the weather management is coming in to replicate old weather/climate systems to the degree, where and when mr global desires. remember who ran arrakis? liet kynes knew.

          what’s more interesting is frank herbert writing today would need to be more detailed and involve electric universe theory to keep my interest today. from all we can see mr global’s wurlitzer is doing just that and then some now.

          so it might be nice to know what the plot line is coming and to who. it’s bad enough to realize how much lower we all sit on the human social food chain than we grew up thinking we’d be. let alone learning how nasty some folk have been in that mix for generations. even learning all that, i’m as determined as ever to at least be that mouse that survives has planetary system sized houses rise and fall.

          given doc’s recent nefarium comments (and others quoting sibel edmonds) i tend to think the political poles are shifting fast and fierce. anyone know of middle class middle aged folk moving to safer havens in say iceland? or maybe south dakota? or somewhere where alternative healers don’t get offed and banks don’t get cypressed?

      • Roger on August 3, 2016 at 7:56 pm

        Actually the heavier dangerous radioactive particles ionize and are hydrophobic at the atomic level so will float on the surface of the ocean until it binds with something that sinks. All it takes is one ionized atom of plutonium to settle in your bones to kill you. Its the deadliest substance in existence. Some people fight the radiation damage longer and better than others for a while. The people who create this stuff and use it for electric power generation and bombs are psychos.

    • Jeannie on August 4, 2016 at 2:30 am

      I am finding this thread/discussion very interesting and have to post to get notified of new additional posts. ALSO, just as a side note… I have been craving a tuna melt for several years but won’t eat one because of fukushima tuna possibly being the source, 😮 And I was never that big a fan of tuna melts (or any other seafood, actually) but, well, now that I feel like I can’t have one, I sure want one, :-/

  7. ANDREAS on August 1, 2016 at 5:31 am

    http://www.deagel.com/country/United-States-of-America_c0001.aspx Deagel USA Depopulation Forecast by 2025 to decrease population to 65 million ppl. WHAT happened to the other 254 million people? GENOCIDE PLANNED FOR USA?

    • Sravana on August 1, 2016 at 10:07 pm

      Well, that’s disturbing.

      I note that most western nations are listed as losing a substantial amount of their population, but nothing like the depopulation of the US. Some African nations are listed with an increasing population.

      Do they think that Yellowstone is going to blow?

  8. basta on August 1, 2016 at 3:26 am

    Despite the unwarranted conflation of the Arctic with its polar opposite, the Land of a Thousand Enduring Internet Mysteries (all of which were evoked), I think the reality of what’s going on is more mundane, but apparently quite serious indeed.

    I think the anthrax explanation is a cover story for a nuclear accident. As you point out, the Russian arctic is highly militarized and you would need very similar response techniques to deal with a serious leakage of radioactive materials as you would for anthrax: quarantine and an exclusion zone, specialized response units and all the rest. So you can easily get away with calling them biowarfare troops as the layman wouldn’t know the difference.

    And it would also explain that anomalous 95 degree Arctic heat wave.

  9. loisg on July 31, 2016 at 7:03 pm

    Loved the reference to a Hieronymus Bosch painting, so perfect!

    Sure does seem like something is up, or down, but definitely sideways.

  10. DownunderET on July 31, 2016 at 5:41 pm

    If Lockheed Martin is down there, then something is “UP”. So what is it that has all these people all over the place?
    But as I’ve stated before, it’s a good place to take off and land antigravity space craft.

  11. goshawks on July 31, 2016 at 4:27 pm

    “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” Today’s comment here was utterly non-controversial. #%&^@. goshawks – July 31, 2016 at 4:25 pm.

  12. goshawks on July 31, 2016 at 4:25 pm

    From Portasar (Göbekli Tepe) to Gunung Padang, evidence is slowly accumulating of a civilization existing just-prior to the end of the last Ice Age. When you combine this archeological data with the slowly-accumulating evidence of something like a mostly-ice asteroid hit up by Hudson’s Bay in Canada (Firestone, et al.) that wiped-out all the large mammals in North America (Clovis people included), you get interesting possibilities…

    The Russians would not send 1,200 biowarfare specialist troops for a one-person infection. A few dozen, maybe, but not over a thousand. In addition, I am reminded of Spielberg’s “Close Encounters” movie, where the deep state used the fear of a plague to evacuate an area of people. Same same?

    My speculation would be that Arctic warming has finally exposed something ‘interesting’ at the edges of the snow-boundary. Something worth protecting with 1,200 troops. The biowarfare angle may be valid as a precaution (who knows what bacteria/viruses were around 12,000 years ago) or may be pure theater…

    The fact that a huge number of troops were sent, rather than the operation going deep-black, suggests that it was a whole ‘complex’ rather than a point-find. It was visible on satellite to the opposing side and thus vulnerable. So, troops…

    The Russian side of the Arctic was far-enough away from the Ice Age ‘blast’ to have been semi-protected. Any ‘installation’ may have just been slowly snow-buried and forgotten. (Not sure about any physical polar shifts.)

    So, this ‘troop movement’ could be an interesting sign!

    • OrigensChild on August 2, 2016 at 10:36 am

      My Fukushima hypothesis notwithstanding, to which I added comments in response to your analysis that is awaiting moderation, I also considered this scenario as well. Without a doubt such a large resource commitment means they are interested in something and want to get to the bottom of it.

  13. goshawks on July 31, 2016 at 3:48 pm

    My comment to basta (and all) is out of moderation. Enjoy!


  14. Jon on July 31, 2016 at 1:30 pm

    If the polar regions are as bereft of microbes as we have been told, then they would make the perfect locations to engage in biowarfare research – natural containment in event of a leak or accident, less risk of microbial contamination, very low population density, and a highly controlled and “filtered” population.

    It is part of the Nazi lore that anyone who lives there for long periods of time loses immunity due to lack of exposure to microbes, making even common colds deadly. This would be especially true for people on “modern” diets lacking in many critical nutrients. The dietary research done by the Nazi expedition may well have added to the “nutritional” research done at the camps to help create our current, toxic, population-reducing “modern” diet.

    The unleashing of an ancient plague from a frozen body (over 50,000,000 years old) in the antarctic was the topic of an SG-1 episode (Season 6 – “Frozen,” aired June, 2002), and other episodes dealt with discovering powerful ancient technology buried under the ice on that same continent (Season 1, “Solitudes,” aired 1998, Season 7, “Lost City, part 2,” aired 2004, and so on).

  15. Roger on July 31, 2016 at 12:57 pm

    If I remember correctly parts of inland Alaska can get really hot sometimes in the middle of summer so temporary high temps may naturally occur this time of year as well in parts Siberia if the pressure systems converge just right to bring hot air north. Might be an escaped Russian bioweapon or a warning shot from Mr. Global to Russia. Might just be a prehistoric mastodon era anthrax getting thawed out but a bioweapon escape or release is possible. When governments mess with things they have no business messing with unforeseen consequences often occur. Look at history, government agencies and entities themselves are always the most self destructive and biggest national security threat their citizens will ever face. Nothing worse than a fool who thinks he knows what he’s doing and has everything under control.

  16. Churchless Mouse on July 31, 2016 at 11:48 am

    Star Trek Enterprise Season 2 Ep. 23. About the borg coming back to life after several hundred years of chill time.


  17. Robert Barricklow on July 31, 2016 at 11:33 am

    If this was some form of weather manipulation; then they deserve
    the Madeleine Albright award/We think it was worth it.
    As most of the victims are children

  18. Richard on July 31, 2016 at 10:31 am

    I have always been fascinated by the event of Earth Crustal Displacement. 13,000 years ago the crust moved about 2,000 miles. Antarctica was located in a more temperate clime.

    • WalkingDead on August 1, 2016 at 1:11 am

      I wonder how well that fits with Carl Munck’s “Gematrian” code. I have always found that to be rather interesting. I would imagine others would have found it interesting also; and it is possible there are ancient sites located at the poles which may be locatable using it, should they exist.

  19. marcos toledo on July 31, 2016 at 10:21 am

    Antarctica is the setting in several sci-fic stories and novels. Among which is Who Goes There, At The Mountains Of Madness, The Ice People. The Arctic region and the northern regions of Eurasia and North America have also the setting for sci-fic stories and novels and hollow earth openings. So take your pick for speculation about what really going on in these remote regions.

  20. Aridzonan_13 on July 31, 2016 at 8:26 am

    This is strange. What are they poking down there is the question? Why Prez O and KirllIII went to there still blows my mind. IMHO,the greatest threat the Antarctic poses are it’s volcanoes that reside under the ice. If they were to cook off in unison, we would have serious problems. I’ve been following USGS EQ’s for decades and I’ve notice the appearance of Polar EQ’s. This was one of Edgar Cayce’s temporal markers for possible “Earth Changes”. My guess is the PTB can manipulate / control “Earth Changes” to a certain extent. This should be filed under “What is the next shoe to drop?”

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