In 2016, a satellite capturing images of Antarctica stumbled upon something astonishing: an immense opening resembling a cave or tunnel.
This “gateway” measures a staggering 90 meters in width and 30 meters in height. Is it a product of nature or man-made? The debate among experts continues.
Today, Antarctica stands as a barren, icy wasteland, spanning over 14 million square kilometers. During its chilliest moments, temperatures can plummet between -65 to -80 degrees Celsius, with winds that can surge up to 300 km/h. Aside from a handful of research bases established by certain countries, no permanent residences exist. But was Antarctica always like this?
Remarkably, maps like the Piri Reis and Oronteus Finaeus depict Antarctica without its icy blanket, even detailing longitudinal lines.
On the Piri Reis map, the continent is rendered with precision, free from ice.
Such details provide compelling evidence that advanced life might have once thrived on Antarctica’s two large islands, previously connected by ancient ice.
Could these ancient civilizations, if they did exist, have had the technological prowess to carve structures like this massive entrance, especially considering they possessed the capability to map continents with such accuracy?
Interestingly, this isn’t the only such “gateway.” Another similar formation can be spotted a few kilometers away, on the hill’s other side. Some experts theorize its creation.
Upon inspection, digital archaeologists identified not only the entrance but also a vast “hatch” in the image. It appears as a domed metal door, studded with large rivets encircling its frame.
American explorer Joseph Skipper was the first to identify these anomalies in Antarctica’s eastern region, Queen Mary Land. Skipper has devoted years to analyzing intriguing sites and natural occurrences through images from scientific expeditions.
Considering these structures appear largely deserted, it’s reasonable to deduce that an advanced civilization once inhabited Antarctica.
The initial melting of the Antarctic ice and shifts in climate might be exposing these “gateways” to a potential “subterranean city” or “base.”
The question remains, are these underground establishments still operational?
Do you think, despite some opposing theories, that there are too many aligned factors for this to be mere optical trickery or a product of nature?