On 28 April 2013, David Chase Taylor released a document on his website, truther.org. According to Taylor, the document was sent to 100 different Swiss government offices on the eve of 21 December 2012.
The document in pdf format is here:
The three pages of information contain interesting facts about our world and reveal secrets of the dark forces who control our Earth. How factual this data is, I don’t know, but it certainly is eye-opening and enjoyable to read.
Taylor’s mention of the relocation of the dark forces to Greenland was particularly fascinating to me and so, for several months, I’ve spent many hours researching Greenland, its people, climate, geography and history.
After a while, it dawned on me that evidence of this race of beings living in Greenland could possibly be verified by closely scrutinizing any orthophotography or satellite imagery of Greenland’s northern coast.
This turned out to be correct but what I discovered conflicts with Taylor’s information. From what I’ve seen, it appears that the dark forces are living under Greenland on not on the surface, as Taylor states.
Pearyland is the name of the area on the northern coast of Greenland where some members of the dark forces reside.
Finding good quality orthophotography and satellite imagery of the northern coast of Greenland proved to be slightly challenging but not impossible. (Google Earth and Google Maps have these areas whited out.) The imagery exists online but a person must be diligent in locating it.
As hard as it may seem to believe, in the following images many things can be found. Things like humanoids, pipes, gears, pyramids, antennas, heavy equipment, bridges and evidence of geo-engineering on a massive scale.
David Chase Taylor was exactly right. The Roman Empire moved to Greenland.
In order to see any of these artifacts you have to click on the image to view it in its original size. Then, you have to ZOOM IN and look around. Slowly. Very slowly.
The objects are not easily seen, so it requires patience to find them. In the last two images I’ve labeled some of the things I’ve discovered.