Subterranean Bases

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Elite Underground Tunnels and City Completely Stocked March 2013

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Washington DC Underground Bases

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Washington DC Underground Bases White House Functions: Part of massive underground relocation system to house select government and military personnel in event of cataclysmic event Levels: 17 Tunnels to: New York City, Boston, Mt. Weather Notes: The House of the Temple, the Scottish Rite Masonic headquarters, sits atop the pentagram-like street layout of Washington D.C. and reportedly connects to ancient glazed tunnels built by “Atlanteans” in antediluvian times, and also connections to a massive cavern called “NOD” where the NSA, Sirians, and other alien species collaborate in an agenda of global domination. Several D.C. buildings are reportedly connected by underground tunnels, both ancient and modern.  The secret NOD underground installation which is connected to the intelligence groups like NSA and the CIA as well as many other nefarious groups lays under the White House with tunnels connecting this NOD installation with the House of the Temple. The Supreme council of the 33° of the Scottish Rite’s House of the Temple has a 14′ x 25′ room in it with 13 chairs where the Illuminati’s Grand Druid Council meet. The NOD Deep Underground Installation has… Read More

What Do They Do At Mount Weather?

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1) Collect Data on American Citizens The Senate Subcommittee in 1975 learned that the “facility held dossiers on at least 100,000 Americans. [Senator] John Tunney later alleged that the Mount Weather computers can obtain millions of pieces of additional information on the personal lives of American citizens simply by tapping the data stored at any of the other ninety-six Federal Relocation Centers.” The subcommittee concluded that Mount Weather’s databases “operate with few, if any, safeguards or guidelines.” 2) Store Necessary Information The Progressive article detailed that “General Bray gave Tunney’s subcommittee a list of the categories of files maintained at Mount Weather: military installations, government facilities, communications, transportation, energy and power, agriculture, manufacturing, wholesale and retail services, manpower, financial, medical and educational institutions, sanitary facilities, population, housing shelter, and stockpiles.” This massive database fits cleanly into Mount Weather’s ultimate purpose as the command center in the event of a national emergency. 3) Play War Games This is the main daily activity of the approximately 240 people who work at Mount Weather. The games are intended to train the… Read More

Mount Weather’s “Government-in-Waiting”

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Pollock’s report, based on his interviews with former officials at Mount Weather, contains astounding information on the base’s personnel. The underground city contains a parallel government-in-waiting: “High-level Governmental sources, speaking in the promise of strictest anonymity, told me [Pollock] that each of the Federal departments represented at Mount Weather is headed by a single person on whom is conferred the rank of a Cabinet-level official. Protocol even demands that subordinates address them as ‘Mr. Secretary.’ Each of the Mount Weather ‘Cabinet members’ is apparently appointed by the White House and serves an indefinite term … many through several Administrations…. The facility attempts to duplicate the vital functions of the Executive branch of the Administration.” Nine Federal departments are replicated within Mount Weather (Agriculture; Commerce; Health, Education & Welfare; Housing & Urban Development; Interior; Labor; State; Transportation; and Treasury) as well as at least five Federal agencies (Federal Communications Commission, Selective Service, Federal Power Commission, Civil Service Commission, and the Veterans Administration). The Federal Reserve and the U.S. Post Office, both private corporations, also have offices in Mount Weather.… Read More