From an obscure vintage/antique history book on polar expeditions, here is a photograph of a colored pencil or conte pastel drawing of their skis and poles against the backdrop of our sun at the apogee of its daily transit. This rare, raw and uncensored eyewitness documentation of how our sun appears at the culmination of its daily transit was done by an explorer on the 1897 Belgian Navy Antartic expedition led by Lieutenant Adrian De Gerlache, it remains the first ever expedition to spend the winter at the south “pole” and return alive. This may be the only image proving this: certainly this was unpublicized. It also makes absolutely clear where the symbology we know originates, predecessing all cyclic Nibiru crossing visual origin. This image is proof of the Most High.