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> Doomsday Glacier - simple explanation for its name
> Global threat: 220,000 melting glaciers
> Ancient artwork found in melting glaciers
> Admiral Byrd's broadcast from North Pole - NEW INFO
> Our wobbling Moon is about to cause trouble
> Jesus was a "shapeshifter according to ancient text









Doomsday Glacier – simple explanation for its name
By Mary Joyce, website editor

Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica (above) doesn’t look like the world’s Doomsday Glacier until you see its profile.  Then it becomes clear that it’s a precarious ice shelf – one that is being eroded by warm water flowing beneath it. When the shelf ultimately breaks from the sea floor, water levels will rise around the globe.

“It could snap off into the ocean in as little as five years,” according to a January 14, 2022 article in Technology Review by James Temple.

Since the glacier is the size of Florida, that snap “could raise ocean levels by two feet or as much as 10 feet if the collapse drags down surrounding glaciers with it,” according to scientists with the International Thwaites Glacier Collaboration.  When that happens, coastal cities around the world and tens of millions of people will be in grave danger.

Diagram from the University of Pittsburgh’s
Climate and Global Change Center


Olivares Alfa Glacier in Chile lost 66 percent of its mass between 1953 and 2019.

Global threat: 220,000 melting glaciers

EDITOR’S NOTE:  The following information is from an April 29, 2021 broadcast by “France 24” which is an international news network in Paris.

The Earth has around 220,000 glaciers. Sadly, between 2000 and 2019 they were shrinking at a rate of 267 billion tons per year.  That is enough water to submerge Switzerland under 20 feet of water every single year according to the broadcast.

Significantly, melting glaciers caused 21 percent of the sea level rise between 2000-2019. Not only is that threatening coastal areas around the world, it is threatening the water supply for billions of people who depend on glaciers for water.



Ancient artwork found in melting glaciers
By Mary Joyce, website editor

Climate change is rapidly melting glaciers around the world. That’s foreboding to coastal communities everywhere, but it’s a boon to archaeologists who are finding many ancient artifacts in the melting ice.

Typically, they find hunting and survival tools like daggers, axes, bows and arrows in the melting glaciers.  They even find skis, snowshoes, clothing and tinderboxes, but rarely do they find artwork created before the big freeze.

ABOVE are a pendant and a human-shaped statuette that were found in the melting Arolla Glacier near Valais, Switzerland.  They are about 2,000 years old and impressive creations by Iron Age artists.  BELOW are two of four vases found in a Mongolian glacier. Three of the 800-year-old vases contained frozen clotted cream and one frozen butter.



Admiral Byrd’s broadcast from North Pole – NEW INFO
By Mary Joyce, website editor

After posting photos of entrances into Antarctica’s interior on my Facebook page, there was one response that caught my attention.  It was written by Leslie Mitts who had a personal memory about Admiral Richard E. Byrd’s live radio broadcast from his plane as he flew over the North Pole.

Plane Admiral Byrd flew over North Pole

“My grandparents knew him because my grandmother was a Byrd from Virginia,” Leslie Mitts wrote on January 5, 2022. “They were listening to his live broadcast as he was flying over the Pole area. . . I just remember they tuned in to listen because he was a close relative of my grandmother and they were very interested in what he was going to say.

“They were very surprised to hear him describe people and large animals with the people looking up at his plane.  And, it wasn’t all snow and ice.  There was a lot of vegetation, too.  I think they said the people were wearing animal skins and the animals were like huge elk.  As he was describing it, the sound stopped suddenly with no explanation.  They wondered, why?  That’s all I can remember.

“All the older members of the family have passed on, so I’m the only one left who has this information.”

This simple childhood memory gives a bit of credence to
information Admiral Byrd wrote in his secret diary.

I must write this diary in secrecy and obscurity,” Admiral Byrd wrote. “It concerns my Arctic flight of the nineteenth day of February in the year of Nineteen and Forty Seven. I am not at liberty to disclose the following documentation at this writing . . . perhaps it shall never see the light of public scrutiny, but I must do my duty and record here for all to read one day.”

Learn about his astonishing visit into Earth’s interior and the warning message he was given for mankind at:


Our wobbling Moon is about to cause trouble
By Mary Joyce, website editor

Surprise! Our Moon wobbles and has a predictable 18.6-year wobble cycle. In the past, this wasn’t a concern but soon it will be when our Moon enters the tide-amplifying part of its cycle. Then the entire coastline will be in for a one-two punch from the combined influence of the Moon’s increased tidal pull and rising seas due to global warming.

High tide flooding in Charleston, South Carolina

Half the Moon’s cycle suppresses tides on Earth, while the other half amplifies them.  These two cycles are separated by a lunar standstill which will be in 2024-25 according to Dr. Judith S. Young with the Department of Astronomy at the University of Massachusetts. Then the tide-amplifying cycle will begin, reaching its peak in 2033.  This cycle is guaranteed to help escalate coastal flooding around the world.

In 2021, high tides flooded USA coastal communities twice as often as 20 years ago. That upward trend is expected to continue in the decades to come according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).



Jesus was a “shapeshifter” according to ancient text

This is a quote from one of about 60 Coptic manuscripts that were found in 1910 in the desert near Al Hamuli, Egypt.  They were uncovered by villagers digging for fertilizer where the Monastery of Archangel Michael once stood.  Apparently, monks at the monastery sought to hide and preserve their centuries-old manuscripts by burying them in a stone cistern sometime during the 10th Century.

According to the ancient text, which was written in the 4th Century by St. Cyril of Jerusalem, the physical description of a shapeshifter would not have been helpful to the Roman soldiers, so Judas identified Jesus for them - with a kiss.

Jesus as a shapeshifter was implied even earlier by Origen (185-254 AD) who was an early Christian scholar and theologian.  He wrote that "to those who saw him [Jesus] he did not appear alike to all."

NOTE: The Hamuli manuscripts were purchased in 1911 by American financier J.P. Morgan (1837-1913) and are now housed at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City. 



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