Subterranean Bases

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‘African Underground’

Egypt’s Underground Bases

Egypt’s Underground Bases Cairo, Egypt Functions: Military Levels: 1 2 3 Tunnels to: Unknown Notes: Dr. Earlyne Chaney, in an article titled ‘Odyssey Into Egypt, in her occult-oriented magazine Voice of Astara (May, 1982) tells of a discovery she and researcher Bill Cox was shown in Egypt. These were two tunnels, neither of which had been fully explored. One was in the temple of Edfu between Luxor and Cairo in the ruins of El Tuna Gabel; and the other near Zozer’s Step Pyramid at Cairo near Memphis-Saqqarah, within the tomb of the Bull, called “Serapium“. The Egyptian government sealed both tunnels because of fears of certain archaeologists… Read More

Kenya’s Underground Bases

Kenya’s Underground Bases KIRIMUKUYA, KENYA Functions: Unknown Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes: The African village of Kirimukuya, according to Brad Steiger, sat at the base of the so-called “sacred” peak of Mt. Kenya, over which numerous UFO’s have been sighted over the years. Laili Thindu and his shepherd companions listened for several nights to the pounding of the drums in the distant village announcing an upcoming wedding, but were startled when bright beams flashed from the soaring lights that were particularly evident in the sky that night, and concerned when the drums fell silent. The next morning Laili learned that “all the dancers, all the… Read More

South African Underground Bases

South African Underground Bases The Bluff in Durban, and Table Mountain in the Cape Province Functions: Unknown Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes: A very good friend and I served in the South African Defence Force in different units during 1989 / 1990, whilst SA was involved in the withdrawal from South West Africa. (Namibia)E.T.B. was amongst the last to leave the large SADF base in Grootfontein, SWA, and notes that he pesonally witnessed the entire floor of a mess hall shift to reveal an underground storage area.He was outside on patrol at the time, looking in through a window, and saw weapons of both large… Read More

North African Underground Bases

North African Underground Bases Sahara, Africa Functions: Unknown Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes:  No less than 230 visible tunnels at least ten feet high and twelve feet wide, have been discovered between Sebha, the modern capital of the Fezzon, and the oasis of Ghat on the Algerian border. They run an average length of three miles – a total of 700 miles – not counting those that are unknown. In places they run less than 20 feet apart. Considering the 100,000 graves found in the wadi, the region must have been populous, which presupposes an adequate and regular rainfall in the Sahara when the tunnels… Read More