UFO researcher finds signs that ancient alien civilisations ‘live in Antarctica’

A UFO enthusiast has found what he believes is a secret base in Antarctica made by ancient aliens on Google Earth.

The mysterious south pole site, which can be seen in satellite photos to be formed of several large ridges in the snow, appears to have been there for many decades.

Large excavations look to have been carried out at the location, with vehicles and a number of tracks in the snow leading towards it also visible.

Some development has occurred between the images from 1985 and 2013, with an aircraft landing strip apparently added next to the curious mounds.

Scott C Waring from Taiwan, who uploaded footage of his surprise discovery to the UFO Sightings Daily YouTube channel this week, said he believed the sighting was proof of a deep underground ancient alien structure that has since been studied and hidden from the public.

He wrote in a blog post on Wednesday: "Guys, I was messing with Google Earth map when I found something strange. I found a buried location of an ancient alien structure.

"When I changed the time of the photos, an earlier photo reveals an airport runway freshly made, dozens of trailers, tractors and it looks like the mound was being excavated by scientists and military. I believe they found an ancient alien structure under the snow and ice."

Scott also shared a second discovery from his time fooling around with the maps of Antarctica, which he claims resembles the face of Jesus Christ and may have been put there "deliberately".

In his blog, he suggests this shows that Jesus was an alien who came to Earth to "instil morals and rules" to help "chaotic early humans rise to enlightenment".

Reflecting on both geographic phenomena, which are located not far from a shaded 'standing man' figure on an Antarctic mountain he shared with viewers last year, Scott claimed they were proof that there was once an ancient alien civilisation at the south pole.

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