What's Hidden in Alaska?
Before it was actually unearthed, the incredible 14,000 year old structure at Gobekli Tepi in Turkey would have been considered impossible by archaeologists. Similarly, to this day some Egyptologists dispute the true age of the Sphinx, which has been confirmed by geologists.
There are many mysteries about Gobekli Tepi, chief among them the fact that its creators expended even more effort to bury it than they did to build it.
Now, something even more extraordinary, even more impossible and even more incredible has been discovered: a pyramid twice the size of Cheops—buried near Mount McKinley in Alaska. Listen to the eerie cloak-and-dagger story that emerges as Linda interviews a US Army counterintelligence agent who has a remarkable reason for believing it. as he tells of its brief public announcement on a radio program, and the years-long coverup that has haunted him for the rest of his life.
But why a coverup? THAT'S THE STRANGEST PART OF THIS VERY UNUSUAL STORY!
Is There A Large Pyramid Underground Between
Mt. McKinley and Nome, Alaska? Click for Part 1 report.
A retired U. S. Army Counterintelligence agent says that when China
exploded its largest underground nuclear test on May 22, 1992, geologists and
seismologists used the event to study the Earth's crust and discovered a large
pyramid-shaped structure underground in western Alaska between Mount McKinley
(red circle north of Anchorage) and Nome on Norton Sound.
Allegedly, Anchorage Channel 13 broadcast one news story in the fall of 1992 about the
China nuclear test and subsequent pyramid discovery. The Army agent says he
learned the news report was ordered erased.
If anyone has any information about this 1992 event and possible suppression of an underground pyramid
discovery in western Alaska, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 26-27, 2012 - Earthfiles, Linda Moulton Howe
Host: George Noory
Guests: Linda Moulton Howe, Dr. John McDougall
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe shared the latest Earthfiles news on heat, drought, & fires, the electric universe, and a mysterious pyramid structure that may exist in Alaska. In her first segment, she reported that between January and July 2012, the United States has broken 40,000 heat temperature records, and 2/3 of the contiguous US is now in moderate to severe drought, second only to the summer of 1934-- the height of the Dust Bowl era. She interviewed Prof. Jonathan Overpeck of the Univ. of Arizona in Tucson, who said "heat waves are getting hotter and longer, and forest fires are getting bigger and more severe." As to the cause, he cited the warming of Earth brought about by greenhouse gas pollution primarily from fossil fuel burning. More here.