Secret Underground Tunnels Past & Present Part 1: The Meso-American Connection
(c) 1996 by Dennis Crenshaw The Hollow Earth Insider Vol.3 #6
Over the past 10 or 15 years stories and rumors about government underground tunnels, bases and cities have dominated much of the talk and energy of those of us seeking the truth about things our government and others seem to work very hard to keep secret. . . .”
“. . . However, each time I read something on these underground activities one question keeps coming to mind. Why aren’t these modern researchers looking at the connections between today’s top-secret goings on and the tunnels that have existed inside our earth since before written history?
Many of today’s reported underground activities seem to be centered around some of the same areas that ancient excavations are known to be located; For instance, in and around White Sands New Mexico and the Four Corners area of the country. Before we go too far into this aspect of the mystery we’ll have to study a little of the true history of the Americas. . . ” Read Complete Report
Is it possible that ancient cultures were interconnected thousands of years ago? According to thousands of underground tunnels that stretch from North Scotland towards the Mediterranean the answer is a big yes. While the reason behind these sophisticated tunnels remains a mystery, many experts believe that this huge 12,000 year old network was built as a protection against predators and other dangers 12,000 years ago. Some experts believe that these mysterious tunnels were used as modern-day highways, allowing the transition of people and connecting them to distant places across Europe. . . Read Complete article
In the event of a total societal and industrial breakdown, the local gas station has about 6 hours of stock. After that, you’ll either be burning stored gasoline or making your own fuel. Most people would be clueless where to start on the latter. I sure was, and then I spent time and money to get educated on it. So now I have a clue, but I haven’t yet solved the case.
Bio-gas is one form of fuel that your stationary small engines (like generators) can be adapted to use. Burning it is actually easy, but manufacturing it and storing it are not so much. Almost any vegetable matter, including manure, can be turned into biogas and solid byproducts (fertilizer), but, as you may imagine, it can be a dirty and dangerous business.
Another source of gas is lake water, well sort of. The bubbles that come up through a lake are methane and quite combustible.
So, I’m working on a system to collect that gas and run it into a generator. On my scale, it will require at least a quarter acre to an acre of heavy plastic sheeting, a bunch of plastic pipe, some metal pipe, valves, some weights, a couple thousand zip ties, a thousand feet of heavy buried electrical cable, a small generator house, and will require a decent size jon boat and a few hundred feet of rope for the installation process. In order to maintain the gas pressure I will need to run the engine(s), the highest point of the collector will have to be at least 17 feet beneath the lake surface.
I have several advantages in this scheme: (1) I own the lake and it’s of appropriate form and size, (2) I already own a generator capable of powering the all electric farmstead, (3) it’s rural, so the noise, code, and zoning restrictions are not insurmountable, (4) there are several interested private parties willing to help with construction and installation.
There are also some disadvantages: (1) I have no way of actually measuring the amount of methane this lake produces, so I can’t know for sure the production is adequate for this plan; (2) The plastic sheeting could be subject to damage during certain recreational activities and fishing in this lake could end up being a primary source of protein in a true SHTF scenario; (3) One level or another of government is going to figure out a way to tax it.
There are also some modifications required to make the generator run on biogas. I’ll be using the research already done by others as a starting point, but I still need to get it right the first time if I don’t want to buy expensive replacement parts. Some of the best work has been done by B. T. Nijaguna
If I get everything right, I should be able to produce 6.375 kW continuously – on free fuel – using a generator I already own, generally available materials, and comparatively easy construction.
That would generally be more electrical power than this place would consume and, in theory, I would be able to sell some back to the grid. But right now, my home State of Indiana is entertaining a move to allow the grid operators (DUKE) to only pay wholesale AND to charge fees for hooking up as a seller. This will kill most wannabe small producers’ plans. I’ll forego the net metering and lose the revenue from sales in exchange for not paying their exorbitant rates.
For the past 25 years, Ra Paulette has been carving out man-made caves from the sandstone hills of New Mexico, and then sculpting these spaces into works of art he calls wilderness shrines. Lee Cowan has the story of an artist who does his best work underground.
This new facility at Fort A.P. Hill, VA, a “fake city” looks a whole lot like many a small town in America Happy Valentine’s Day, America.
“Capital Death” image courtesy David Dees
The recently opened site is located in Virginia and was built at a cost of $96 million dollars, taking just two years to complete.
While the city was ostensibly built to prepare U.S. troops for the occupation of cities abroad, some will undoubtedly fear that the real intention could be closer to home. Although the site includes a mosque, the town looks American in every other way, with signs in English.
Image: Head of the S-210 Tunnel boring machine used to excavate the eastern tube of the Gotthard Base tunnel between Bodio and Faido, Canton Ticino, Switzerland
(all roll chisels have already been removed, picture taken 10 days after breakthrough into multi-function station Faido, 2000 m of rock overhead, diameter is 8.80 m / 29 ft., length of the TBM is 400 m / 1312 ft.) CREDIT: Head of the S-210 Tunnel boring machine used to excavate the eastern tube of the Gotthard Base tunnel between Bodio and Faido, Canton Ticino, Switzerland. CREDIT: Cooper.ch 16:58, 19 September 2006 (UTC) SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (hereby released under CC-BY-SA-2.5)
Sky Valley Chronicle is asking if the mystery “thing” blocking “Bertha” (the giant boring machine that’s drilling the new Highway 999 tunnel under Seattle) is a buried UFO or evidence of an long lost civilization. Videos found about this mysterious blockage are asking if it is alien intervention, but no answers are forthcoming as of yet. . . . Read Complete Report
ALIEN INTERVENTION? ANOTHER MYSTERY! A BIG ONE HAPPENING RIGHT NOW! Mauricio Ruiz
According to a USA Today report by Matt Cantor, dated 12/14/13:
Life may have originated miles underground
The idea of a “primordial soup,” in which life theoretically began in lakes and oceans, may be way off.
New studies suggest the beginnings of life on this planet could have occurred deep underground, the Independent reports. . . . Read Complete Report
In other incredible discoveries, an idea is floating around that the universe might actually be … a hologram?
By Arden Dier, Newser Staff Posted Dec 12, 2013 11:56 AM CST
NEW PHYSICS RESEARCH MIGHT PROVE MALDACENA’S HOLOGRAM THEORY
(NEWSER) – Prepare for a head trip: The universe may actually be a hologram and everything you see an illusion, according to new research that could prove gravity comes from thin, vibrating strings—holograms of events in a simpler, flatter cosmos . . . Read Complete Report
And while on the subject of Meteor’s:
Meteor shower to peak on Dec. 13-14
when Earth passes through the busiest part of Phaethon’s debris stream.
August 7, 2012: Anyone who’s ever seen a noctilucent cloud or “NLC” would agree: They look alien. The electric-blue ripples and pale tendrils of NLCs reaching across the night sky resemble something from another world.
Researchers say that’s not far off. A key ingredient for the mysterious clouds comes from outer space. . . . Read Complete Report
“This film captures the spirit of Mars pioneers who refuse to let their dreams be put on hold by a slumbering space program. Their passionate urge to walk the soil of an alien world is infectious and inspirational. This film is the manifesto of the new space revolution.” James Cameron
From IntelliHub by Shepard Ambellas April 10, 2013
Denver Airport Whistleblower: ‘Underground Tunnels, Structures and Buried Runways Exist’
According to a former construction worker who allegedly took part in the construction of an underground section on the Denver International Airport (DIA) in the 1990′s a massive 2.5-3 mile long tunnel system exists in and around the DIA complex, says Stu Webb, whistleblower.
A Pictorial Conspiracy At Denver International Airport
(Thomas Dishaw) If you haven’t had the opportunity to fly in or out of the Denver International Airport you are missing out on a truly eerie experience.
The airport was built in 1995 on a span of 53 square miles. Although the city of Denver had a 100% functional airport, a new one was decidedly built, with fewer runways and without major technological advancements. According to aerial shots of the airport, the runways have a resemblance to a Nazi Swastika, essentially giving the conspiracy crowds more ammunition for their argument.
Image: view from above in 2002. Nazi Swastika layout is clearly visible. SOURCE: USGA (Public Domain)
The airport is also riddled with numerous murals depicting a truly apocalyptic future touching on subjects such as genocide, death, Mayan prophecy, sun life, and plague, making Denver International Airport a destination you would definitely like your children to see on your next family vacation. . . . Read Complete Report
The Denver Airport Deep Underground Military Base (DUMB) Explained NOV 2011
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Here’s an overview of the basics. According to the conspiracy theorists, Denver already had a fine airport, Stapleton International. But despite widespread protests, Denver International was built and opened in 1995, with fewer runways, thus reducing Denver’s capacity. . . . From Description published with video.
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