Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Strange events Happening at Neumayer Station, Antarctica

Recent developments in the Neumayer research base in Antarctica and documented in the videos posted below really leave much to think about, especially if we consider that none of the research teams volunteer to give some sort of clarification or interviews in an apparent attempt to keep the maximum secrecy about the events.
After seeing countless times
the videos i am almost shure that they are real, not manipulated and with countless events to explain .  

"Neu Schwabenland" Maps

If we consider that these bases are located in "Neu Schwabenland" where supposedly secret German bases were located since the Second World War, and the target of repeated Nazi expeditions its pretty strange all these strange events, especially when from a day to the other i notice that the exterior web cam  pointed to the station was removed and placed on top of the bilding facing the sky leaving everyone without vision to what goes on in Antarctica Neumayer Station III.
Something strange is happening in Antarctica and there is a huge cover-up in progress ... WHAT THE F... IS HAPPENING IN ANTARTICA??

The Neumayer Station´s

Nationality: Germany

Location: Ekström Shelf Ice, Atka Bay, northeast Weddell Sea 
Position: 70°39'S, 08°15'W 
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Neumayer Station

History: The first "Georg von Neumayer" Station in the Antarctic was established in 1981 on the Ekström Shelf Ice as a research observatory for geophysical, meteorological and air chemistry measurements, as well as a logistics base for summer expeditions. Georg von Neumayer, whom the station is named after, was an important promoter of Germany's research activities in Antarctica. The new station, inaugurated on February 20th, 2009, was built to modern standards and with state-of-the-art technology, will enable the continuation of long-term measurements by the scientific observatories for meteorology, geophysics and atmospheric chemistry, as well as the establishment of new research projects.

The entry towers with receiving and transmitting aerials at the current Neumayer Station during a polar night. Photo: Jens Fickert

Information: The snow-covered Neumayer Station is located on shelf ice that is 650' (200m) thick and almost completely flat. All that can be seen from the distance are the towers of the station entrance, which project 6-7' over the snow. The shelf ice margin, where supply ships moor, is 6 miles (10k) away. The station consists of two parallel steel tubes, each of which is 26' (8m) in diameter and around 300' (90m) long, in which containers are inserted to accommodate living quarters, kitchen, mess, hospital, various laboratories, workshops, radio operator's room, sanitary facilities, two power supply stations and a snow melting plant.

A research observatory for geophysical, meteorological and air chemistry measurements as well as atmospheric ozone monitoring.

The New Center of German Research in Antarctica - Neumayer Station III

Ekström Shelf Ice, Atka Bay, north-eastern Weddell Sea
Position: 70°40'S, 008°16'

On February 20th, 2009, the new German Antarctic research base Neumayer Station III was inaugurated.

Neumayer Station III and radar dome for the satellite system
Neumayer Station III is the first research station to integrate research, operational and accommodation facilities in one building, situated on a platform above the snow surface, and connected to a garage in the snow. Within a protective casing, the platform accommodates 100 containers with living quarters, a kitchen, a mess, a hospital, various laboratories, workshops, a radio operator room, sanitary facilities, the power supply station and a snow-melting plant. The garage underneath the platform contains storage, waste and fuel containers, as well as space for vehicles, ranging from Pistenbullies to motor sleds to a rotary snowplough.

Wind power plant at the Neumayer Station III. Photo: Ude Cieluch

A primary feature of the new station is the ability to compensate for adverse effects of snow and ice accumulation by means of hydraulic elevation of the building, without leaving parts of the construction to be swallowed by snow. This satisfies one of the major requirements of the environmental protection protocol. In addition, this construction design is the only technical solution to the complex challenges posed by drifting shelf ice with high accumulation rates of snow. The overall weight of 2,300 tonnes is distributed onto 16 foundation slabs. To compensate for the snow accumulation, the station will be raised at regular intervals by means of hydraulic jacks.

Technical adaption to Antarctic conditions: Hydraulic elements keep the new German research station "Neumayer-Station III" above the ice surface. Photo: Ude Cieluch, Alfred Wegener Institute

The station's energy supply comes from a block heat and power plant containing four diesel generators of 150 kW each. Three generators are in alternating operation, one genarator serves as an emergency power supply. The waste heat from the genrators is used for the heating system and for melting snow. A 30 kW wind generator is an eco-friendly source of energy in Antarctica and is directly connected to the energy sytem of the station. In the near future, additional wind genrators will reduce the emission of the power plant to a minimum. When the station was being designed, the requirements laid down in the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty were adhered to, e.g. through the use of environmentally neutral construction materials, catalytic converters for the diesel generators and oil collecting equipment for the oil tanks. Waste is routinely collected and shipped back to Germany once a year.

Normally, nine people live and work at Neumayer Station during the Antarctic winter: A medical doctor who also acts as the head of the station, a meteorologist, an airchemist, two geophysicists, an engineer, an electrician, a radio operator/electronics engineer and a cook. During 2010, additional 2 construction workers stay at Neumayer the whole winter through.
Each team overwintering at the station stays there for 14 to 15 months. For nine months of that time, their only link to the outside world is by radio and internet.

The new wintering over team is already in the station . The first parts of the team reached Neumayer on 2010-11-08.

Web Cam:


Georg von Neumayer (1826-1909)

Photo: Ude Cieluch, Alfred Wegener Institute

Hallway of the second floor of the new German Antarctic reserach station "Neumayer-Station III" under construction. Photo: Ude Cieluch, Alfred Wegener Institute

Construction of containers for the German Antarctic Reserach Station "Neumayer-Station III" in Bremerhaven. Photo: Ude Cieluch, Alfred Wegener Institute

Photo: Ude Cieluch, Alfred Wegener Institute

Longitudinal section through Neumayer-Station III. Graphic: Alfred Wegener Institute

Cross section through Neumayer Station III Graphic: Alfred Wegener Institute

Bird´s eye perspective of the new German Antarctic research station "Neumayer-Station III" with view on the hydraulic columns of the garage level below surface. Graphic: Alfred Wegener Institute

The direction sign at the Neumayer-Station. Photo: Hannes Grobe, Alfred Wegener Institute

A tracked vehicle at the Neumayer-Station. This and other large machines are stored in a machine hall below the snow surface. Photo: Astrid Richter, Alfred Wegener Institute


  1. There is a STARGATE , I'm sure used by humans or Reptilians. There are several Gate on this planet. One on the Moon, 2 at Mars

  2. If you are serious about understanding what is going on, check out a video I posted on YouTube just a few days ago. To put it simply, I believe NewMayer station is playing a major role in the events transpiring in 2011/2012.

    You can find the information at

    Thank you so much for helping!

  3. Must be Reptillians.

    I mean look at the picture of Georg von Neumayer - no human can have skin that grey.

    And he keeps his mouth shut so his reptillian toungue doesn't show.

  4. Check out the web cam 2013-03-24 GMT 08:09:02 view from the communications radom to the north side of the base.17:59 UTC 08:10 UTC (50/144) Right upper corner is it a plain a bird or a UFO?

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