Inter-connectedness is a theme of this article which begins with its focus of attention on that place we know as the North Pole.

Pressure ridge at the North Pole about 1 km long, formed between two ice floes of multi-year ice.
By Matti&Keti – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=96027426

For a geographic point that we all assume is in the middle of the Arctic Ocean there is a huge amount information. ‘The official description’ is that the geographic North Pole exists as a point on a floating layer of ice as opposed to the North magnetic pole which is constantly on the move. This article aims to summarise parts of the information, provide an introduction to those unaware of the North Pole story and also includes a few detours. 

Church’s 1865 painting Aurora Borealis

The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights is perhaps the most obvious natural phenomenon associated with the North Pole region. The Wikipedia article is extensive but maybe the most revealing line in the entire report is the first phrase under the heading ‘Causes’, stating, “A full understanding of the physical processes which lead to different types of auroras is still incomplete, but the basic cause involves the interaction of the solar wind with Earth’s magnetosphere.” There is still so much that mankind is uncertain about. Many religions portray the Aurora Borealis as a Divine connection.

The wind bloweth where it listeth and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh and whither it goeth: so is everyone that is born of the Spirit. John 3:8

Santa Claus in Chicago By Douglas Rahden,
Attribution, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=23298005

Children often become aware of the North Pole for the first time as the home of Santa Claus. Fundamentally the same in all traditions, Santa has a range of unique features within different cultures. The idea that his home is at the North Pole seems to have originated in North America. Each of the Scandinavian countries claim Santa as a resident in their most northerly region.     

By Olav Bjaaland (1863-1961)[1] – Cropped photograph from Amundsen, Roald:
The South Pole, Vol. II, first published by John Murray, London 1913. Photo facing page 134, PD-US, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=33521609

My own personal investigation of ‘the poles’ began when, as a child, I borrowed a library book that described the 1911 Norwegian expedition led by Roald Amundsen that was the first to reach the South Pole. For a young Brit, that was unusual. The story most British are familiar with is of an expedition led by their own Captain Scott at that same time, also attempting to become the first to set foot at the south pole. The Scott expedition made it to the pole but the entire group lost their lives on the bitter return trek having arrived at their destination to find the Norwegian flag planted and a note written to them from Amundsen.

Olav Olavson Bjaaland, norsk langrennsløper og polarutforsker

An insight when recently reading the reports on both expeditions gave me a feeling the Amundsen group was more flexible than the more militarily oriented British. There is a marvellous tale of Olav Bjaaland one of the Norwegian team, who, during the voyage south, reduced the weight of their sledges from 88 to 22kgs retaining maximum performance, a huge advantage over the British. I am happy to say our lives on earth overlapped by 58 days. There is also an interesting similarity in the birthdays of the men in both expeditions.

The compass, such a wonderful tool. How thankful is mankind for the compass and its magnetic anchor in the north? It was questionable data generated from the use of other navigational instruments that led to dispute over the alleged ‘first man’ to set foot at the North Pole.

American Naval Officer Robert Edwin Peary
One of the first Arctic explorers to study Inuit survival techniques

Roald Amundsen also made attempts to reach the North Pole but it was an expedition in 1909, led by American Naval Officer Robert Edwin Peary that was first to claim the achievement. Peary’s supporting navigational data was immediately called into question in some quarters while others including the US Congress credited Peary’s expedition.

Roald Amundsen and plane in Svalbard (1925)
By Preus Museum Anders Beer Wilse – Preus Museum on Flickr,
CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=17280456

There is no dispute that Roald Amundsen reached the North Pole on 12th May 1926 accompanied by his American sponsor Lincoln Ellsworth aboard the airship Norge. There was no landing.

Amundsen disappeared in the same region two years later while on a rescue mission. After an extensive search some wreckage of Amundsen’s aircraft was washed ashore near Tromso in northern Norway, but his body was never recovered.

It was 23rd April 1948 before a Soviet expedition could be conclusively confirmed as the first surface level visitors to set foot at the North Pole. The group of scientists arrived by air from Kotelny Island and stayed for a couple of days.

USS Skate surfaced in Arctic – 1959

On 17th March 1959 submarine USS Skate surfaced at the North Pole but it wasn’t until 19th April 1968 that there was a confirmed surface expedition which arrived across the ice by snowmobile. In 1990 two Norwegians, Børge Ousland and Erling Kagge made an unsupported 58 day ski trek from Ellesmere Island in Canada. There have been all manner of journeys, modes of transport, tourism and unique activities added to the ‘North Pole Hall of Fame’.

It should come as no surprise that the North Pole and surrounding area attracted military attention. Immediately after WWII the ‘Cold War’ began between the United States and Soviet Union with their respective allies. Later exposed by Professor Antony Sutton as a geopolitical and economic illusion the military grew fat while the same international bankers and investors, mostly American based, hidden from public attention, profited massively by financing both sides. In 1951 construction of the US Thule Air Base was underway. Perhaps it was just a coincidence the name given was the same as that of the German Thule Society. From its founding in 1918 The society had an interest in what it called Ultima Thule a ancient mythical land in the extreme north, near Greenland or Iceland, said by Nazi mystics to be the capital of ancient Hyperborea. At least two notable US intelligence operations, Paperclip and the Gehlen Organisation at the end of WWII recruited German scientists and intelligence personnel.

B-52G in flight. (U.S. Air Force photo)

During the 1950’s and 60’s the US Air Force ran round the clock bomber missions in the north polar region from Thule Air Base, with fully armed nuclear weapons, as a deterrent against the Soviet Union. The combination of a serious accident in 1968 and constantly improving missile technology soon put an end to these missions.

Now Thule Air Base is operated by the United States Space Force. According to Geopolitical reporter Benjamin Fulford, Thule has become the most significant US military base in the war against the ‘deep state’. Controlled by the Petersen-Schriever Garrison headquartered at Peterson Space Force Base, Colorado, the recently appointed commanding officer is Colonel Zachary S Warakomski. On the other side of the Pole, the Russians run their operations from Nagurskoye Air Base, Alexandra Land, Franz Josef Land.

Nagurskoye Air Base
By Mil.ru, CC BY 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=58118496

So that’s that. Not so fast!

Statue of Mercator, Jardin du Petit Sablon, Brussels
By Alvesgaspar – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=19285889

On 5th March 1512 Gerardus Mercator was born at Rupelmonde in Belgium. By the time he died at Duisberg in Germany 82 years later Gerardus was unquestionably the preeminent cartographer of his time. A year after his death, his son, Rumold, published a world atlas entitled ‘Atlas Sive Cosmographicae Meditationes de Fabrica Mundi et Fabricati Figura’ (Atlas or cosmographical meditations upon the creation of the universe, and the universe as created.) It was the first time the term ‘Atlas’ was used for a collection of maps. The ‘Atlas’ included this map of the North Pole region.

Mercator map of the North Pole

After publishing the first atlas, Rumold died aged 58, less than five years later on the last day of the C16th, 31st December 1599. Why did Gerardus and Rumold publish a map of the North Pole that differs greatly from the floating ice version accepted today?

Legend has it that during the C14th an English friar made a number of exploratory voyages into the northern ocean region sponsored by King Edward III. Allegedly the tangible result of his effort was a travelogue entitled ‘Inventio Fortunato’, (Fortunate or fortune making discovery). The book is described as lost; in otherwards it’s in a limited access vault at the Vatican library.

Inevitably the friendly friar would have met equally friendly indigenous people when presented with the friar’s gifts. These gifts probably increased in value depending on the quality of legend the hosts were able recount, which they would have received by word of mouth from past generations. These legends almost certainly included references to lands beyond the third dimension.

John Dee

By the time Gerardus took a serious interest in North Polar legend it seems that they relied on a book entitled ‘Itinerarium’ written by Dutch traveller, Jacobus Cnoyen. Cnoyen had apparently copied large sections of ‘Inventio Fortunato’ before its ‘disappearance’. Soon after Gerardus’ interest, it seems, Cnoyen’s Itinerarium also ‘disappeared’. Gerardus wrote to English esotericist, John Dee describing what he had learned. Evidence of this can be found in a letter between the two that is held by the British Library.

“…In the midst of the four countries is a Whirlpool into which there empty these four Indrawing Seas which divide the North. And the water rushes round and descends into the earth just as if one were pouring it through a filter funnel. It is 4 degrees wide on every side of the Pole, that is to say eight degrees altogether. Except that right under the Pole there lies a bare rock in the midst of the Sea. Its circumference is almost 33 French miles, and it is all of magnetic stone. And is as high as the clouds, so the Priest said, who had received the astrolabe from this Minorite in exchange for a Testament. And the Minorite himself had heard that one can see all round it from the Sea, and that it is black and glistening. And nothing grows thereon, for there is not so much as a handful of soil on it.”

The rock Mercator refers to is named ‘Rupes Nigra’ or Black Rock on his map. Coincidentally BlackRock Inc. is the name used by one of the worlds two largest ‘asset managers’ with its monopolistic tentacles in every significant economic sector. It is almost impossible to avoid giving them money.

Martin Luther , 1528 by Lucas Cranach

Gerardus was just 5 years old when Martin Luther published his Ninety-five Theses which was effectively the start of the Protestant Reformation. Other major events during his lifetime included the 18 year long Council of Trent that facilitated the Counter-Reformation and the birth of the Society of Jesus commonly known as the Jesuits.

Inquisition, Galileo’s interrogation (1610-33)
Painting by Joseph-Nicolas Robert-Fleury

During 1543, Gerardus was imprisoned in Rupelmonde Castle for 7 months under suspicion of heresy by order of ‘the Inquisition’. ‘The Inquisition’ or ‘Holy Inquisition’ began in France during the C12th. It was a paramilitary force that for centuries terrorised anybody who disagreed with the Church of Rome. That it took another 400 years for somebody to openly complain about a ruthless band of murdering criminals pretending to represent God is a measure of the fear this gang engendered. There is any amount of hand-wringing and justifications by those writing present day historical accounts but the reality was, that to the rulers, human life was, and still is, worth nothing.

Diogenes Searching for an Honest Man,
attributed to J. H. W. Tischbein (c. 1780)

By the 1500’s our corrupt hierarchy was already well established. Their corrupt ancestors are their institutions are presiding over current events. The extent of their control is such that it is little wonder large numbers of people mindlessly subscribe to their sick world. Perhaps the greatest surprise, is that there are actually still those among us, who are capable of seeing the crimes that are being committed. Whether it is possible to change this direction remains to be seen. There are also those who recognise that none of us are without blemish and that real change starts with oneself, the great work, the most difficult work of all.

Castle Arenberg, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
By Juhanson – Image taken by Juhanson with Canon EOS 10D camera,
CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=202383

Once Gerardus was released from prison, he left his home at Leuven in Belgium and relocated to Duisburg in Germany where he was less likely to suffer persecution. Coincidentally there is evidence that at Leuven in 1914 the Church of Rome had a role in the provocation of invading German forces. The incident resulted in civilian casualties but perhaps more significantly fuelled a hysterical propaganda campaign by those who wanted to prolong the war. Kaiser Willhelm II, the nominal German head of state, never wanted war, and at that time, in Britain, those seeking peace were gaining ground. It is also often forgotten that Jean Juarès, the popular French Socialist leader and one of those most bitterly opposed to war was assassinated in Paris on 31st August 1914, just 3 days after the beginning of the war. Anti-German hysteria or mass psychosis that resulted from what became known as ‘The Rape of Belgium‘ put paid to any prospect of an early conclusion to WWI.

Kaiser Wilhelm II 
by Court Photographer T. H. Voigt of Frankfurt, 1902

In late 1916, Kaiser Willhelm II made an unsuccessful attempt to persuade Pope Benedict XV to act as a peace negotiator. By that time, the British establishment was committed to the Balfour Declaration which promised Palestine to the Rothschild Family for the creation of Israel. To ensure that outcome, Britain would have to end the war victorious over the Turkish Ottoman Empire, which prior to WWI, controlled almost the entire Middle East, and was allied with Germany. To achieve that end, T E Lawrence was sent to Arabia by British Intelligence on a mission to mislead the local tribes into a revolt against the ruling the Turks. On the broader scale the United States was manipulated into the conflict. Those who fell in WWI, on both sides during 1917-18 sacrificed their lives for the creation of Israel.

The Thirty Years War 1618-48
Peasant begs for mercy in front of his burning farm;
by the 1630s, being caught in the open by soldiers from either side was ‘tantamount to a death sentence’

During the 1600’s all trace of land at the North Pole disappeared from maps. Unfortunately, it was not the only loss. Mankind was entering an even darker period in history as the Church of Rome and its allies reacted to the new challenges that had confronted them during the 1500’s. The Thirty Years War 1618-48 was primarily fought on the territory then known as The Holy Roman Empire, which on today’s map, most closely corresponds to Germany. The outcome was the death of at least 8 million people, greater centralisation of economic wealth and power, and further establishment of what has become known as the ‘deep state’.  

An opium factory in Patna, India from c. 1850
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A year to the day after Rumold Mercator’s untimely demise, the East India Company was founded with its headquarters in the City of London, another tool to consolidate economic wealth and power into fewer hands, this was the progenitor for legitimised looting, pillage and the creation of addictions on a global scale.

The 1666 Great Fire in a 17th-century painting: depicts Old London Bridge, churches, houses, and the Tower of London

In the same vein, three years later Britain witnessed the first of ‘The Inclosure Acts’ which ran until 1914. This was a legitimised method for the ruling establishment to steal common land. They would also have us believe, The Great Fire of London in 1666, was an accident.

John Adams

In South America The Society of Jesus, the Jesuits (The Society), ran ‘The Reductions’. They openly enslaved and pillaged communities in several countries greatly enriching themselves. The project ran from 1609 until 1767 when The Society was run out of Spain and a few other countries. In 1773 The Society was disbanded by Pope Clement XIV, who in doing so, effectively signed his death warrant. Coincidentally three years later the Illuminati appeared in the Catholic stronghold of Bavaria. The Jesuits were officially reinstated by Pope Puis VII in 1814 and in 1816: “John Adams allegedly wrote the following to his fellow American founding father Thomas Jefferson, ‘My history of the Jesuits is not eloquently written, but it is supported by unquestionable authorities, is very particular and very horrible. Their restoration is indeed a step toward darkness, cruelty, perfidy, despotism, death. I do not like the appearance of the Jesuits. If ever there was a body of men who merited eternal damnation on earth and in hell, it is this Society of Loyola’s.’   

The Marquis de Lafayette first meets George Washington on 5 August 1777. By Currier and Ives.

It would be easy to now turn this article into a catalogue of damning quotations on Jesuit operations. From Lafayette’s warning that they would destroy the United States, calling them “most crafty, dangerous enemies to civil and religious liberty” to Sir Walter Scott’s phrase “a bait for every hook” in his novel, ‘Peveril of the Peak’, to describe their methods of seduction, others portray the most ruthless and merciless group of assassins on earth. Discreet poisoning, difficult to prove, was often the tool, similar to vaccine injury.  

In a world that lives on ‘sound bites’ and ‘single line text messages’ any kind of perspective on an covert military order that is almost 500 years old camouflaged by its almost 1700-year-old patron is impossible for most of us to process. Rank and file Roman Catholics would be especially shocked to discover the details of centuries of Jesuit intrigue, provocation and conspiracy.

Wolfington Hall Jesuit Residence,
Georgetown University, Washington DC
By Patrickneil – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2436854

By 1920 The Society had been openly expelled from over 80 countries. Their activities are often camouflaged to the public by visible charity, building schools and hospitals, but to imagine that during the C20th the wolf has become a lamb, would be pushing it too far. Since 1805 one of their main bases of operation and recruitment at the heart of the USA has been Georgetown University in Washington DC. Wikipedia wants us to believe “the university has always been governed independent of the church” It was at their prestigious Regis High School in New York that they spawned Anthony Fauci one of the main conspirators in the grotesque Covid farce.   

Yearbook listing of Skull and Bones membership for 1920 that includes co-founders of Time magazine, Briton Hadden and Henry Luce.

So many brilliant young men have been recruited into the exclusively male Society, seduced by those who fell into the trap before them. Rather than imagine the practices that have ensured young boys subservience to the cause, better maintain the purity of your mind. There are allegedly many ‘secret societies’ that use bizarre and perverted forms of indoctrination. Professor Antony C Sutton anonymously received substantial inside information about practices of Yale University Skull and Bones Society. Members are said to have included former US Presidents George HW Bush and his son GW. Professor Sutton maintains that Skull and Bones has always worked against the best interests of the United States. Skull & Bones distract attention from The Society.

Richard E Byrd

There are also reports that The Society and the Freemasons have always been intertwined and it is here that we return to the North Pole and a Master Mason of Federal Lodge No.1, Washington DC, Rear Admiral Richard E Byrd. This is the only man in American history to have received the honour of three ticker tape parades in New York City.

The Fokker FVIIa/3M – Josephine Ford, on display at The Henry Ford Museum
By Dehk at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=6041845

Admiral Byrd qualified as a Naval aviator in June 1918. For 7 years he performed a variety of related roles until he was appointed commander to the aviation unit attachment, of an expedition to North Greenland in June 1925. Byrd gained enough experience to become involved in an attempted flight over the North Pole a year later. The mission was partly funded by the Ford Motor car family who were friends of the Byrd family.

Tiffany Cross, Medal of Honour

After the flight, Byrd returned to the USA a national hero. He was promoted to the rank of Naval Commander by a special act of Congress and awarded the Medal of Honour, America’s highest decoration. The medal’s traditional design resembles an inverted pentagram, a symbol that can in certain traditions be viewed negatively. In Richard Byrd’s case he initially received a Tiffany Cross. That unique design was presented from 1917-28 but was apparently unpopular being viewed as similar to the German Iron Cross. Byrd requested his cross be replaced by a traditional design. His motive is not documented and he was presented with the replacement in 1930.

The achievement of reaching the North Pole was not without controversy. Questions were raised right up until 1996 when the Admiral’s diary for that period was published. There are discrepancies between Byrd’s diary entries and his official type written report to the National Geographic Society. One sceptical researcher is convinced that Byrd was no closer than 150 miles from the Pole.

1928-30 expedition

After a year of Trans-Atlantic flight pioneering, Byrd’s first Antarctic Expedition took place from 1928-30. In 1929 a special act of Congress made Richard Byrd the youngest ever Admiral in the United States Navy. Further expeditions to Antarctica followed in 1934 and 1939-40 before he was called to active duty for the remainder of WWII.

In 1946, immediately after WWII, Operation Highjump to Antarctica, was deemed necessary. This was probably Byrd’s most famous expedition and certainly involved the largest number of personnel, over 4000 men, and equipment, deployed on any of his polar missions. The Wikipedia article is relatively short and lacks any significant detail. The mission ended abruptly in February 1947. A statement by Admiral Byrd to the International News Service was published by the Chilean newspaper El Mercurio in March of that year, part of which read:

Admiral Richard E. Byrd warned today that the United States should adopt measures of protection against the possibility of an invasion of the country by hostile planes coming from the polar regions. The admiral explained that he was not trying to scare anyone, but the cruel reality is that in case of a new war, the United States could be attacked by planes flying over one or both poles. This statement was made as part of a recapitulation of his own polar experience, in an exclusive interview with International News Service. Talking about the recently completed expedition, Byrd said that the most important result of his observations and discoveries is the potential effect that they have in relation to the security of the United States. The fantastic speed with which the world is shrinking – recalled the admiral – is one of the most important lessons learned during his recent Antarctic exploration. I have to warn my compatriots that the time has ended when we were able to take refuge in our isolation and rely on the certainty that the distances, the oceans, and the poles were a guarantee of safety.

James Forrestal was at the time of Operation Highjump, the last Cabinet-level United States Secretary of the Navy and the first United States Secretary of Defense. It is likely Forrestal had access to all classified information from polar missions. Many who have written about these events remark that Forrestal had begun talking openly about US activity in the polar regions and was a factor in his ‘psychological deterioration’ and alleged ‘suicide’. There also seems to be evidence of much friction in his relationship with President Truman on a range of policy. There is also no doubt that a man possessed of some conscience would have likely found life almost impossible in the shameless high-level grasping for power in post-war America.

Admiral Byrd during Operation Deep Freeze I, Dec. 1955

Admiral Byrd’s last visit to the polar regions was as a senior officer in the 1955-56 US Navy expedition to Antarctica named Operation Deep Freeze 1. Apparently, he only stayed one week before returning to the US.

In 1959 information on what became known as The Secret Diary of Admiral Byrd appeared out of the blue in a book entitled Worlds beyond the Poles: Physical Continuity of the Universe. The author was F Amadeo Giannini whose family founded the Bank of Italy which became the Bank of America. It was alleged that on 19th February 1947 Admiral Byrd made a flight to the North Pole during which he had encountered a highly developed civilisation living in Shangri-La circumstances at the location of the North Pole. The Wikipedia article on Admiral Byrd does not see fit to even mention this speculation. 

An article entitled The Missing Secret Diary of Admiral Byrd, Fact or Fiction, makes many plausible observations why the diary is a fraud reaching the conclusion that its nonsense drew attention away from the serious business taking place in Antarctica. The article also shows connections between Byrd and the globalist New World Order which Wikipedia defines as a conspiracy theory.  


By the time the Diary came to public attention Admiral Byrd was no longer able to confirm or deny its authenticity. Richard Evelyn Byrd is said to have died in his sleep on 11th March 1957 ‘of a heart ailment’ at the relatively young age of 68.

Although the North Pole was our initial focus of attention the story has meandered to its climax. The possibility that ‘The Lost Diary’ was a deliberate attempt to draw attention away from Operation Highjump leaves us asking the question was there more to Highjump than the official report revealed?

New Swabia, Nazi Germany territorial claim
CC BY-SA 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=541431

Operation Highjump and the UFO Connection, is an extensive article by Erich J Choron that covers a range of topics including pre-WWII interest in Antarctica by Nazi Germany. He draws our attention to advanced U-Boat technology that had allegedly enabled discreet involvement in German Antarctic exploration before and during WWII. Many of these vessels were never accounted for after the war and two of the larger versions are said to have been beached and left abandoned on the coast of southern Argentina. It is well documented that the crews of U977 and U530 both surrendered to Argentine authorities at Mar del Plata two months after the official surrender of Nazi Germany.

It has been widely speculated way beyond Choron’s article that by the end of WWII Nazi Germany had already established a base in Antarctica inhabited by a select group including their most advanced scientists. Further speculation includes the notion that these scientists were close to if not already able to build flying machines or UFO’s with speed and capabilities way beyond accepted performance at that time. Officially billed as just an exploratory mission, the haste at which Operation Highjump took place after WWII has a strong flavour of urgency. Could this urgency have been the desire to execute the last victory over Nazi Germany? If so, were they successful?  

All this talk of Antarctica shouldn’t obscure the significance of the North Pole. I suspect that with the requisite level of internal purity access to Gerardus Mercator’s fantasy land will be as easy as a flight to Majorca. Exactly what dimension these lands exist in, that Mercator showed us, you can discover once you have completed the great work. Raise your vibration and you will see it all. Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God. Matthew 5:8.

Jesus & Nicodemus, depicted by William Hole

There was a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews. The same came to Jesus by night, and said unto him, Rabbi we know that thou art a teacher come from God: for no man can do these miracles that thou doest, except God be with him. Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, Verily, I say unto thee, except a man be born again he cannot see the Kingdom of God. John 3:1-3

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