Markale indicates that the "huge, round temple" referred to by Diodorus Sicilus is "presumably Stonehenge." But if this is accurate, then how does one explain Mela's reference to "the six-month-long days and nights" and the fact that their country is "open to the sun"? These are phenomena which clearly place the Hyperborean temple above the arctic circle.
Clearly, Stonehenge is the prodigal daughter of a larger, more advanced Hyperborean super-computer which was located at the Hyperborean base at the North Pole.
I have named this base Biosphere III. Mela's reference to the country being "open to the sun and extremely fertile" indicates that this base must have been protected by an invisible radio-thermal shield, powered by the same underground volcanic sources that powered Stonehenge. The greenery was the result of the greenhouse effect caused by this radiation dome. This was the third Hyperborean "Biosphere" project - an experiment to prove the adaptibility of the Hyperboreans to life on other planets by creating a self-contained ecosystem. The first two Biosphere experiments certainly occured on the Hyperborean home planet, but for this, the final stage of the experiment, the biosphere was actually constructed on another planet for more rigorous results.
The Biosphere III site and supercomputer were found by a team of English scientists in 1940. This discovery led to the development of the British Colossus, this century's first computer, which was utilized at the British top-secret Bletchley Park operation during the war. The knowledge gained by this discovery led to the long postponed rebirth of computing in this century.
Interestingly, the 1951 RKO Movie "The Thing From Outer Space" (from the 1948 John W. Campbell's story "Who Goes There?") bears striking similarity to actual events. It depicts the discovery. by a team of scientists, of a large circular object embedded in an arctic glacier. There are also striking similarities in Arthur C. Clarke's 1950 story, The Sentinel. Were these two authors, both of whom served in the military during the war, tipped off by insiders? One can only speculate...
The main use of the Colossus was cryptography. The German high command thought that the Lorenz
Cipher they were using was completely unbreakable and used it for their most secret messages. These
included messages from Hitler to his generals and between generals. The interception and deciphering
of these messages gave Generals Eisenhower and Montgomery vital information prior to and after D
Day in 1944. This effort proved instrumental in the eventual Allied victory.
Since World War II, this particular area of computer research has been mired in secrecy and buried in hidden government agencies. Why these precautions? Because the military establishment does not want to alarm the public with tales of alien astronauts who have not visited this planet for thousands of years.
Another famous military alien cover-up, the so called "Roswell Incident" in fact never happened. This was merely the result of wild speculation among the crackpot U.F.O. community. "The people who are willing to believe in that sort of thing are quite obviously deluded," says Dr. Tunalu.