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Antarctica's Hidden History: Corporate Foundations of Secret Space Programs

Secret Space Programs Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Michael Salla
Length: 11 hrs and 34 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (179 ratings)
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Antarctica is a land about to be exposed over its well-guarded secrets and ancient hidden mysteries....

In 1955, as a result of a secret agreement reached between the Eisenhower Administration and a German breakaway group in Antarctica, a transnational corporate space program began to emerge. The secret infusion of personnel and resources from US military contractors into Antarctica allowed this transnational corporate program to steadily grow into a major space power, which would eventually surpass and eclipse the secret space programs run by the US Navy, Air Force, and the classified space programs of other nations. Whistleblower claims substantiate that many of the classified programs conducted there violate the 1961 Antarctic Treaty, and constitute crimes against humanity due to the abuse of a captive slave labor force. Dr. Michael Salla daringly exposes the major corporations involved in these illegal programs, and how the truth is hidden from company shareholders and the public. Today, Antarctica's secrets are slowly being revealed by the increasing volcanic activity that is melting the massive ice shelves, exposing ancient artifacts and crashed extraterrestrial spacecraft. 

Full disclosure of Antarctica's history, and current events involving multiple space programs and transnational corporations, will vitally aid in transforming our planet, and prepare humanity for the major geological events that lie ahead as the melting ice unveils all that has previously been hidden.

©2018 Michael Salla (P)2018 Michael Salla

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Fascinating and thoroughly researched work! A++

Many different points of information, succiently connected. If for no other reason, get this book for the theory on the JFK assassination; there is some speculation but seems plausible. It’s a fascinating read at the very least. There is a lot of documentation here, the book is built well.

I have seen Corey Goode around 6 months now, being first introduced to him while watching David Wilcock’s “Cosmic Disclousure” on gaia. Considering the length of his testimony alone, it took up over 7 seasons with every episode being 30-45 minutes. In my opinion, his story is worth consideration and research. I personally have never seen him waiver on the details of his story. I understand if you are suspicious of someone with a far-out story that can provide no physical evidence, or any evidence besides memories for that matter. I have watched nearly all of his interviews, and he seems to be on to something; his message is good. It’s important to note that the author of this book has a doctorate, and currently a professor of exo-politics. He talks about in the book that he followed Goode for the past 3 years, and says Goode has not once faltered relating to the details of his testimony throughout this entire time. I watched his entire testimony on Cosmic Disclosure; anyone being able to keep that many details straight, over x number of talks would be insanely remarkable. Even from a fantasy perspective, Goode’s story is truly a very interesting one.

The book itself can slow down at times. Just for the simple fact of how much information is being thrown your way. It’s a lot to process, and if you are a true conspiracy researcher; there are many sources to double check. It’s a great listen though. One of the issues it addresses is human trafficking during the Nazi era, and how various American assets in the CIA/other governmental bodies were involved. Dr. Salla’s work also includes specifically how this human trafficking was done then and is done now on a more covert level. For a large percentage of his audio book, he refers to documents to get his information. This fact is also cited in other reviews.

Dr. Salla writes some extremely interesting history on nazi and occult organizations such as the Vrill society. He writes that the Germans never hesitated to use occulted knowledge to further they’re agenda; of course this tech came over with project paperclip. His description of the nazis

The timing when this and another Secret Space Program audiobook came out was very interesting. The reality of this book is harsh, it’s my opinion that everyone needs to know this kind of information to really understand the world we live in. The majority of the Doc’s book comes from documents received from Freedom of Information act requests. I have heard many people down Corey Goode’s testimony; I suggest putting aside your prejudice because I learned so much from this book it’s worth hearing info that’s considered a bit far out.



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  • Diana
  • Antelope Valley, CA, United States
  • 08-03-18

Researched history with whistleblower information

Chaff or wheat? It's hard to know. History can be researched through documents (unless some of the info is planted) Whistleblower information can be somewhat verified, but not entirely.

The book is fascinating, the history is what has been hidden from the public, but is revealed through documents and combing through books and events. The history is an entirely different take on events and is unsettling.

The whistleblower information - what if it was only partially true? It would still be shattering to what most people believe our world is about.

The book is fascinating. It tells an amazing story. Parts of it made me a bit fearful and a lot angry. There's a possibility that many people are being treated cruelly and that was a part of the book that made me hope the author is wrong.

I had bought the hard copy of the book, and it was in a stack of "books to be read" - but it's a lot easier to listen to an audio book than to find time to sit down and hold a real book. So I got this audio book version too. WIth all the historic details, and references to other books and authors, I am glad to also have the hardcopy for quick reference.

The author's narration is fine. I am guessing Australian? with a lot of time in the United States maybe? The pronunciation of some words is not the "American" version, but that's fine by me. I saw another review complaining about pronunciation - people from other countries pronounce words their own way. It's not a problem for most people..

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The most important piece of the puzzle to have..

Having researched the truth for over two decades this is the best book to give you the facts, figures, names and dates of what I would consider the top of the pyramid of control. Documented and sourced, these facts are undeniable and gives us a massive missing piece of what is potentially the most important aspect of the truth about our world and who controls it. Excellent book. Will listen to it more than once.

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WIld tale, maybe some is true, interesting take

I like to read "alternative" history and explanations of information on science and space. This defintely delivers on that. While I am not sure where the truth lies in our explosive technology growth and "biggest business" + government involvement, Michael Salla provides an interesting tale.

The story goes back to before WWII and the German and Nazi technology. It is hard to believe that the technology he writes about could be kept secret. Not to mention "psychic" contact with aliens.

Like I said, wild read for me.

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  • MREB
  • Brisbane, Australia
  • 11-19-18

If 50% is true it’s mind blowing

I did my own fact checking. This stacks up. I found some concepts hard to deal with and some things not well explained, but just the raw facts were illuminating beyond imagination. My eyes and mind are opened

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Very interesting read

The content of the book overall was really good. At times there are shifts to more empirical data and information which came across as very dry.
But this was outweighed by some very compelling story telling and accounts of people such as Correy Goode.
If you are seeking possible answers this is definitely a book for you. Really got me thinking about other realities. As with all material of this genre, I must remember to take everything with an open mind and think critically on plausibility.

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Wow. Enough said for us all to wake

Well researched and articulated. if I had the cash flow I would help get this truth to all.

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Disappointed

This book is boring and not as exciting or interesting as the summary eluded to.

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Interesting

A little out there but definitely makes you think. Parts of the book were very informative.

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interesting Topic well written

interesting Topic and Information . i recommended these book for all who are interested in the Topic of the history and Future of antartica

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  • Dr. G. Charlesworth
  • 11-20-18

Intriguing story

Intriguing story and well researched but little convincing proof. Worst feature is the narrators pronunciation of Antarctica, a word he uses incredibly frequently.

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  • Peter
  • 11-12-18

open mind

great I didn't believe everything but alot of truths. change pre adamites to Anunnaki. gghg