Many have been pondering the significance of recent visits to Antarctica by prominent officials and individuals offering puzzling explanations for their travel there. On November 9, U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, landed in Antarctica, during the peak of the U.S. Presidential Election. Why would the serving Secretary of State leave the U.S. at such a critical time just to observe global warming patterns in Antarctica?
Even more mysterious was the December 1 medical evacuation of astronaut Buzz Aldrin out of Antarctica, after a surprise visit there, apparently to become “the oldest person to reach the South Pole at the age of 86.” He was seen along with companions wearing shirts with “Get Your Ass to Mars” logos. Was he there because he wanted to personally see the discovery of something that would make his dream of Mars colonization a reality?
Earlier on February 18, 2016, Russian Patriarch Kirill visited a Russian outpost in Antarctica, reportedly to see penguins. Just over a month later, on March 23, President Obama visited the southern Argentinian resort town of Bariloche, which is claimed to have been the secret hideaway of Adolf Hitler after World War II. Bariloche became the unofficial capital of a breakaway German civilization based in Antarctica, and it is claimed that there is a hidden tunnel system from there to Antarctica. Also noteworthy, Presidents Eisenhower and Clinton have visited Bariloche.
The real reason for all these mysterious visits to Antarctica, and nearby locations such as Bariloche, is about to be revealed according to Secret Space Program whistleblower, Corey Goode. He says he was given time sensitive intelligence about an impending official announcement of the discovery of ruins from a futuristic civilization found in Antarctica.
Goode’s data is about to be released according to a December 6 update by David Wilcock who conducts a highly popular interview series on Gaia TV with Goode titled Cosmic Disclosure. In an article titled, “ENDGAME: Disclosure and the Final Defeat of the Cabal,” Wilcock writes: READ MORE