Subterranean Bases

ARE YOU READY TO LEARN ABOUT THE THINGS THAT MOVE ABOUT BELOW YOUR FEET?

‘The Omega File’

Chapter 15 – My Accidental discovery of the group in the mid-1980s: Mind Control Techniques

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I encountered the Group as a result of a personal investigation into a very strange series of deaths and bizarre behavior changes I observed among my acquaintances in a chemical factory that produced raw materials for plastics manufacture. All I knew at the start was that about 50 [now 100] employees had died of leukemia, aplastic anemia, various forms of cancer, and other illnesses that fit with only two possible causes: long-term exposure to benzene or to low-level radiation. The pattern included a series of sudden, unexpected heart attacks among spouses of dead or dying workers who asked questions about the cause of their husbands’ deaths.Since… Read More

Chapter 16 – U.S. Military Officers Shackled by U.N. Forces

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A report from SEVENTH WEEK MAGAZINE states that U.S. Military Officers were observed gagged, cuffed, and shackled to their seats aboard a white U.N. 747 en route to the Federal Transfer Center in OKLAHOMA! Part of this report follows: “At a survival/preparation seminar in S.E. Oklahoma, on 3/25/95, an attendee interrupted one speaker, and stated that a neighbor, who apparently serves as a reserve crew member aboard one of the all white, unmarked, United Nations B-747 aircraft [which are assigned to FEMA, Black Operations, and hubbed at the Federal ‘prisoner’ Transfer Center or FTC at WILL ROGERS AIRPORT], had been dead-heading back to Oklahoma City on… Read More

Chapter 17 – Admiral Byrd and Operation Highjump

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…In 1947, Admiral Richard E. Byrd led 4,000 military troops from the U.S., Britain and Australia in an invasion of Antarctica [Operation Highjump and follow-up], but encountered heavy resistance from Nazi “flying saucers” and had to call off the invasion. A Rear-Admiral who was in that invasion has retired in Texas, and said he was shocked when he read the “Fire From The Sky” material. He knew there were a lot of aircraft and rocket shoot-downs but did not realize the situation was so bad.(Note: Here the writer is referring to accounts given in other writings, suggesting that AS the Soviet Union was falling the Bolsheviks… Read More

Chapter 18 – Hitler Escaped!

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I remember hearing, in the 1950s, rumors that Hitler had escaped to a secret Nazi base at the South Pole. In 1952, Dwight D. Eisenhower said: “We have been unable to unearth one bit of tangible evidence of Hitler’s death. Many people believe that Hitler escaped from Berlin.“When President Truman asked Joseph Stalin at the Potsdam conference in 1945 whether or not Hitler was dead, Stalin replied bluntly, ‘No.‘ Stalin’s top army officer, Marshall Gregory Zhukov, whose troops were the ones to occupy Berlin, flatly stated after a long thorough investigation in 1945: “We have found no corpse that could be Hitler’s. “The chief of the… Read More

Chapter 19 – Polar Defenses

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One thing that Admiral Byrd stated in a press conference after his defeat at Antarctica was that the Antarctic continent should be surrounded by a “wall of defense installations since it represented the last line of defense for America.” Although the U.S. and Russia had been allies during the war, suddenly the “Iron Curtain” was created and we and the Russians became ‘enemies’. (Note: Some say that the animosity of the Cold War directly following WWII was only an outward smokescreen to justify the expenditure on both sides for massive nuclear armament buildups — and more importantly for massive black budget projects in space and underground… Read More

Chapter 20 – Rudolph Hess & The Secert German Space Base

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Rudolph Hess, Hitler‘s best friend and second in command, went to England to try to stop the war with Britain and was arrested as a “war criminal” on May 10, 1941 and was kept from having any contact with the public until he was recently murdered. He was the only prisoner in Spandau prison. Ones who paid any attention to his situation at all have wondered what was the big secret he knew that made him so dangerous to the Allies? Perhaps the answer is revealed in [Christof] Friedrich’s book “Secret Nazi Polar Expeditions” on page 34: Hess “was entrusted with the all-important Antarctic file… Hess,… Read More

Chapter 21 – German Submarines in the South Atlantic

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The newspaper “France Soir” had the following account: “Almost 1-1/2 years AFTER cessation of hostilities in Europe, the Islandic [Icelandic?] Whaler, ‘Juliana‘ was stopped by a large German U-boat. The Juliana was in the ANTARCTIC region around Malvinas [now Falkland] Islands when a German submarine surfaced and raised the German official naval Flag of Mourning — red with a black edge. The submarine commander sent out a boarding party, which approached the Juliana in a rubber dinghy, and having boarded the whaler demanded of Capt. Hekla part of his fresh food stocks. The request was made in the definite tone of an order to which resistance… Read More