by Stefan Stanford, All News Pipeline:
‘With Everything Converging, The Revelations Coming Forth Will Be Beyond What We Can Imagine’
Back on August 7th of 1996, then President Bill Clinton was joined by his science and technology adviser Dr. Jack Gibbons on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington DC to make an official statement regarding the 1984 discovery of a meteorite that had been found long hidden within the ice in Allan Hills, Antarctica.
Named Allan Hills 84001, the meteorite was one of several found way back then that were determined by a group of scientists to have likely arrived in Antarctica via the planet Mars, with evidence found that microscopic fossiles of Martian bacteria lay within the meteorites, which led President Clinton to proclaim back then:
It is well worth contemplating how we reached this moment of discovery. More than 4 billion years ago this piece of rock was formed as a part of the original crust of Mars. After billions of years it broke from the surface and began a 16 million year journey through space that would end here on Earth. It arrived in a meteor shower 13,000 years ago. And in 1984 an American scientist on an annual U.S. government mission to search for meteors on Antarctica picked it up and took it to be studied. Appropriately, it was the first rock to be picked up that year — rock number 84001.
Today, rock 84001 speaks to us across all those billions of years and millions of miles. It speaks of the possibility of life. If this discovery is confirmed, it will surely be one of the most stunning insights into our universe that science has ever uncovered. Its implications are as far-reaching and awe-inspiring as can be imagined.
According to this 2015 story from CNN via archive.is, the closest thing upon our planet Earth to a visit to Mars would be a visit to Antarctica, the land of ice and great mystery. As even NASA reported back in 2009, about a year and a half prior to the Phoenix Mars Lander project beginning, six scientists traveled to Antarctica to conduct studies that would assist them in that future Mars project. Why is there such a strong connection between Mars and Antarctica?
As we hear from Steve Quayle in the first video below in which he joins the Hagmann Report, the ties between Antarctica and Mars run deep and the revelations that will come forth in the future surrounding both Mars and Antarctica are absolutely critical and will likely be beyond anything we can now imagine. Warning us that we’re now witnessing a massive convergence of events and information, will we soon learn of information or technologies of great importance, long hidden, suddenly revealed?
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