Putin will expand Russia’s Arctic Program… but Why?

Wait, Russia has an “Arctic Program?! Yup! And President Vladimir Putin put forward an ambitious program to increase Russia’s foothold in the Arctic. The motives, once again, sound suspicious. By now you must have read about the infamous Operation Highjump. Officially titled The United States Navy Antarctic Developments Program, 1946–1947. The primary mission, as reported…

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The Ural Mountains Nanospirals still unexplained

1991: Ancient nanostructures were found in the Ural mountains. Until this day there is no explanation to how a culture was capable of developing nanotechnology 300,000 years ago. In 1991, geologists led an expedition into the mineral-rich Urals in hopes of locating gold deposits. While excavating sites near the Kozhim they discovered something unexpected. In…

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Real Ancient Astronaut? The Truth about the Kiev Idol

Know as the Kiev Idol this is one of the most shared images about the ancient astronaut hypothesis. But is it real? The image is always accompanied with this description: This carving was found in Kiev, Ukraine. It is approx 6,000 years old (4,000 BC). It was not found in Ukraine but preserved in frozen…

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Mysterious giant sphere unearthed in Bosnian forest

This round rock could be the oldest stone sphere made by human hands, says Bosnian archaeologist Dr Semir Osmanagic. He believes the sphere proves the existence of an advanced lost civilization dating back more than 1,500 years ago. Discovered in a forest near the Bosnian town Zavidovici, the ball has a radius of between four…

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When UFOs Kill: Dyatlov Pass incident

February, 1959 A group of nine mountaineers embark on a winter trek into Russia’s Ural Mountains. Their destination: a mountain called Otorten, which in the local Mansi language means, “Do not go there.” On their fourth night out, bad weather forces the hikers to camp atop an area called Kholate Syakhal, which in Mansi translates…

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