According to Western news sources confirming this atomic explosion, the United States National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) posted on their website that a day earlier it had conducted “Pollux,” the US’s 27th subcritical nuclear experiment since signing the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). Pollux was a first-of-its-kind subcritical test involving a scale model nuclear warhead primary, though this fact wasn’t mentioned in their press release.
The CTBT allows these underground explosive experiments on plutonium as long as they don’t sustain a chain reaction, however the US has not allowed international inspectors access to its test site since the late 1990s, so the veracity of its claims – that it didn’t conduct a very small nuclear explosion – cannot be established. Since the formation of the CTBT, subcritical experiments have been under attack because of their proliferation risks.
The American fears mentioned in this report center around the mysterious events now occurring in Alaska’s Yukon Charley Rivers National Preserve region near the Canadian border, where on 27 September a tremendous explosion shattered this regions peace and where local news reports state that no one has been on the ground there yet, but over flight photographs have revealed a slumping area that is steaming and looks a lot like a mini volcano crater.
Russian seismic stations located in the Arctic, this report says, were, however, able to detect an “anomalous pyramid shaped structure” resting beneath the surface of the Yukon-Charley explosion area both on 27 September, when the initial event occurred, and last week due to the atomic blast that, likewise, rippled through the surface of our planet.
Important to note is that when China exploded its largest underground nuclear test on 22 May 1992, geologists and seismologists used that event to study the Earth’s crust and discovered another large pyramid-shaped structure underground in western Alaska between Mount McKinley and Nome on Norton Sound.
An Anchorage Alaska Channel 13 television broadcast is reported to have aired one news story in the fall of 1992 about the China nuclear test and subsequent pyramid discovery, but to date no official US reports have been released about this strange event.
As Mayan Apocalypse fears continue to spread around the world, including in Russia where millions have begun stockpiling food and supplies, Prime Minister Medvedev, and after his becoming aware of this VKO report, seemingly joked to a reporter (he thought he was speaking to “off the record”) that each Russian leader gets two folders with information about extraterrestrials that visited our planet — and stayed here.
The importance of Medvedev’s statement lies in this VKO report further noting that on 23 November, Russian satellite forces tracked a massive triangular craft, of unknown origin, from the Ontario Province of Canada on its flight to the Yukon-Charley region where it then disappeared seemingly directly into the ground.
To what the true significance of this VKO report may be, it is important to note that, according to EarthSky.org: “The solar system will not cross the galactic plane on December 21, 2012 - or on any other date in 2012 - or anytime soon. Sure, our Milky Way galaxy is flat and round, like a pancake. And yes, the sun does weave in and out of the galaxy's flat plane. However, astronomers have determined that we're currently moving away from, not toward the galactic plane. By astronomers' estimates, our solar system last crossed the plane of the Milky Way galaxy some 3 million years ago. We won't do so again for another 30 million years.”
And, with the US now reporting that at least 25 million of its citizens are “stockpiling for a Doomsday,” the real significance, perhaps, of this most ominous of dates is not for what will actually happen…but for what the aftermath of such an historic non-event will leave in its wake.