(~Ed. I’m working on a big YT piece that ties together Operation High Jump, a militarized OP in 1946 with over 30 ships and 1700 militarized personnel that went to Antarctic to scale the Ice Walls.
This mission was created on the fly, even the ships Admirals complained they did not know their mission. This was right after WWII and they even had to recommission ships in post haste for the effort with rookie sailors and pilots who had never flown in Antarctic conditions.
What was the rush?
Three task forces went down for a 6-8 month mission with Russia, Britain and Norway, yet returned in just 6 weeks.
The next year, Secretary of Navy, James Foresstal is “suicided” and the following year, Admiral Byrd, who, led all Antarctic missions, and a 33 degree Freemason, is knocked off.
Then, in 1962, both Russia and and the U.S. set off over 40 Thermonulcear devices at the dome trying to blast through it. Then in 1963 Test Ban of high nuclear devices, Kennedy announces moon shot and then is assassinated.
Were they trying to find the Dome?
What they found was mass electromagnetic energy at 600 miles up, exactly where the Dome is supposed to be and, in the same year, the Van Allen Belts are “discovered” located at …..600 miles up…this is the exact same field that Nikola Tesla was referring to in his work.)
Admiral Byrd was an active Freemason. He became a member of Federal Lodge No. 1, Washington, D.C. on March 19, 1921 and affiliated with Kane Lodge No. 454, New York City, September 18, 1928. He was a member of National Sojourners Chapter No. 3 at Washington. He and his pilot, Bernt Balchen dropped Masonic flags on the two poles —Balchen also added his Shrine fez. In the Antarctic expedition of 1933—1935, sixty of the eighty-two members were Freemasons and on February 5, 1935 established First Antarctic Lodge No. 777 of New Zealand constitution.
In any case, Operation Highjump, began… The task force of over 40 ships, included the flagship “Mount Olympus”, the aircraft carrier “Philippine Sea”, the seaplane tender “Pine Sea”, the submarine “Senate”, the destroyer “Bronson”, the ice breaker “Northwind”, and other tanker and supply ships. An armed contingent of 1400 sailors, and three dog sled teams were also on board.
The expedition was filmed by the Navy and brought to Hollywood to be made into a commercial film called “The Secret Land”. It was narrated by Hollywood actor Robert Montgomery, father of “Bewitched” star, Elizabeth Montgomery, who was, himself, an officer in the Naval Reserve.
It seems incredible that so shortly after a war that had decimated most of Europe and crippled global economies, an expedition to Antarctica was undertaken with so much haste (it took advantage of the first available Antarctic summer after the war), at such cost, and with so much military hardware – unless the operation was absolutely essential to the security of the United States.
Speaking of The State of The World:
What is hidden in Antarctica?
Why would you be arrested for exploring the Antarctic Circle?
Why did so many nations sign the Antarctica Treaty and restrict your travel south?
Operation Fishbowl was a series of high altitude nuclear tests in 1962 that were carried out by the United States as a part of the larger Operation Dominic nuclear test program.
According to wikipedia:
“The Soviet Union’s K project nuclear test series was a group of 5 nuclear tests conducted in 1961-1962. These tests followed the 1961 Soviet nuclear tests series and preceded the 1962 Soviet nuclear tests series.
The K project nuclear testing series were all high altitude tests fired by missiles from the Kapustin Yar launch site in Russia across central Kazakhstan toward the Sary Shagan test range”…
“Has modern science discovered the firmament?
Is the Van Allen Belt part of it?
Why has NASA (on more than one occasion) wanted to blow it up and/or punch holes in something they readily admit is here for our protection?
How come Orion [NASA spacecraft] can’t get through the Van Allen Belt, yet we were told Apollo had no problem doing so 40+ years ago?” -Rob Skiba
[Year 2013] “physicists thought they found the origin of Earth’s Van Allen radiation belts — and now a prominent group of them want those belts dead! It’s understandable, given the frustration these areas of space can cause to modern astrophysicists; if you want to launch a satellite or telescope, let alone a human being, the Van Allen belts will be a painful thorn in your side. So, says a growing group of astrophysicists, why not wipe them out altogether? It might seem odd to hear scientists propose destroying a feature of the natural world, but there is a decent scientific argument to be made that these belts provide us nothing useful, and that we could lose them without a single negative effect.” –geek.com
The Snow Cat taken to the Antarctic in 1939, deployed and never reported about again. Note, how the plan was to lift the Snow Cat on the Ice Shelf Wall, drive inland, then launch a plane to go further inland…to see what? to find out what??? Where the Dome is/was? Hmm?