I know what many are thinking when they read this title (tagline) ... the next battlefield is Space. Research shows that humans are preparing for combat in space especially on the Moon and Mars. There will humans against humans as is our programming, and for some who await the return of extraterrestrials the potential for a battle with aliens is possible, if not already happening. If you're thinking ... benevolent aliens ... keep in mind that in duality all things have positives and negatives.
So where is the next battleground? Throughout human history the global landscape has been torn apart ... obviously continuing on even with the threat of annihilation. In recent years, with global warming, another door opened ... the Arctic. If you follow the news you know that its rich in natural resources as countries like Russia, Canada, and the US stake their claims preparing for confrontation in 40° below zero temperatures. The Arctic contains significant amounts of minerals, boreal forest, marine life and fresh water. The United States Geological Survey estimates that 22 percent of the world's oil and natural gas could be located beneath the Arctic.
A video on the NBC article below shows Russian Troops and American Arctic Marines preparing for future combat. Some of you get that the nature of the human experiences centers around war, while others find solace in "love and light," "peace for all," which we known is not possible in a bipolar physical reality.
On the theory of polar icecaps and hidden UFO bases ... the answer is Yes. A quick remote view can get you there, but they're not as extensive as those under Antarctica. Then, there's the adventures of Admiral Richard E. Byrd and the Hollow Earth Hypothesis ... as our storyline closes in on hidden truths and human alchemy (gold, Anunnaki themes).
Russia's Military Buildup in Arctic Has U.S. Watching Closely NBC - May 1, 2017
NBC News was granted rare access to the Alakurtti base last week, along with several other foreign media organizations.
Ladies ... the Met Gala is tonight in NYC. I hope a very pregnant Beyonce shows up. I love the fashions and the powerful energies created by the event. The Met Gala and Fashion Week NYC remind me of my brief stint walking the runway a long time ago, when someone my height (5'6") was not short. My clients who model today are mostly 6 feet and above.
What you need to know about fashion's 'party of the year' CNN - May 1, 2017
The Met Gala, formally called the Costume Institute Gala and also known as the Met Ball, is an annual fundraising gala for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute in New York City. It marks the grand opening of the Costume Institute's annual fashion exhibit. Each year's event celebrates the theme of that year's Costume Institute exhibition, and the exhibition sets the tone for the formal dress of the night since guest are expected to choose their fashion to match the theme of the exhibit.
The earliest May Day celebrations appeared in pre-Christian times, with the festival of Flora, the Roman goddess of flowers, and the Walpurgis Night celebrations of the Germanic countries. It is also associated with the Gaelic Beltane. Many pagan celebrations were abandoned or Christianized during the process of conversion in Europe. A more secular version of May Day continues to be observed in Europe and America. In this form, May Day may be best known for its tradition of dancing the maypole dance and crowning of the Queen of the May. Various Neopagan groups celebrate reconstructed (to varying degrees) versions of these customs on May 1. The day was a traditional summer holiday in many pre-Christian European pagan cultures. In the Roman Catholic tradition, May is observed as Mary's month, and in these circles May Day is usually a celebration of the Blessed Virgin Mary.