2008: How US Military Monitors Underground Bases Around the World

New (2008) seal of the United States . This new version is the same as the previous version except it has a different inscription. For more information, see here. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) According to fascinating documents uncovered by the National Security Archive of George Washington University, the U.S. Intelligence effort to monitor and “uncover” hidden military assets of “Rogue Nations” stretched all the way back to early Cold War years, and continues today. The documents reveal that since World War II, the United States conducted numerous programs to identify and analyze underground structures in foreign countries around the world. Those efforts continue today, primarilyRead More

Russian Underground

Russian Underground Location: Arabika Russia Functions: Unknown Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes:   The world’s deepest cave (at the time) is being explored in the West Caucasus. Source:     Location: Bolotnikova Russia Functions: Unknown Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes:  A Russian lake mysteriously sinks into the ground and disappears.A Russian lake mysteriously sinks into the ground and disappears. Source:     Location: Cape Farvel Russia Functions: Unknown Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes:   Source:     Location: Egvekinot Russia Functions: Handle Japan, The Eastern Coast of Asia such as Korea, China, Philippines, Borneo, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sulawesi, New Guinea, etc. Works together with Base in South Australia. Levels: UnknownRead More


 We continue now with the interview with ‘Sharula’:   “INSIGHTS: Earlier, you mentioned… you had to petition the Aghartha, the ones in charge of the inner earth cities. Are there other cities in existence?”   “SHARULA: Oh, yes. There are many. There are over one hundred inner earth cities. Some of them are very similar…”   “INSIGHTS: How does one travel from city to city or from surface to inner city?”   “SHARULA: Probably the most common method is what we call the ‘tubes.’ It is a series of underground trains. We’ve bored tunnels that run underneath all the oceans and all the continentsRead More

Inside the Military UFO Underground

 By A.J.S. Rayl   In 1969, Project Blue Book–the 16-year U.S. Air Force investigation of UFOs–came to an end, and so did the government’s interest in extraterrestrial flying discs. Or so the American public has been told. In recent years, numerous individuals and documents from various agencies have emerged from behind the veil of government secrecy to tell a different story.   Their spin: that while the government officially abandoned all interest in UFOs, a secret military underground was hot on the trail of suspicious radar blips, saucers, and even the aliens themselves. What follows are the stories of three individuals–two of whom comeRead More

Chapter 17 – Admiral Byrd and Operation Highjump

German WWII Disk

…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 fallingRead More

Chapter 6 – How the United States lost WWII

RFA37 “America didn’t win the war. Adolph Hitler won world war II.” — Guatemalan president Jose Arevalo, after being replaced by dictator Jocabo Arbenz in 1951 The following is a synopsis of an extensive investigative series by David Emory revealing a working hypothesis that during the Cold War, German fascism and the Third Reich did not disappear as is commonly believed but rather survived underground and achieved a very real political and economic victory over the Allies. In the aftermath of World War I, the German Nazis learned that anti-communism could be used to achieve strategic leverage over Germany’s prospective enemies such as GreatRead More