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    Default Re: A look inside an underground city. Is this the ultimate proof?

    Here you go.........

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    Default Re: A look inside an underground city. Is this the ultimate proof?

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    At least, this proofs to me that there are groups of people who are planning for the worst and spend no expense to build hide-outs like these. What would it cost to build an underground city of this quality of 50.000.000 square feet?
    It must be billions of not much more.
    And the real beauty of this is that they are building these facilities for themselves with the hard-earned money of the public. But I'm sure we can all agree that it's much more important to maintain the "Continuity of Government" and the criminal factions who own them than it is to burden the sleeping masses with the knowledge of such things from which they will never benefit but for which they will all pay.

    ... And let us not forget the USA has an "on the books" black budget of billions annually - imagine what it actually is "off the books"?
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    Default Re: A look inside an underground city. Is this the ultimate proof?

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    Interesting, I guess, but looks more like an underground car lot/park than a 'city'...
    I can see how you come to that conclusion when you look at it at first glance morningfox, but when you look a little closer, you will see that there's a lot that doesn't add up for it to be a car lot/park.
    • The ceilings are a lot higher then a usual parking lot, high enough for a eighteen wheeler truck to fit under (look at 7:48 min in the first youtube where you can see a truck driving)
    • There are docking and loading platforms for trucks.
    • You see doors which lead to who knows what that you wouldn't expect to see in an underground parking lot.
    And let's not even consider why anyone would build such an enormous UNDERGROUND parking lot in a town of less than 4000 people in the middle of nowhere.
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    Default Re: A look inside an underground city. Is this the ultimate proof?

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    Default Re: A look inside an underground city. Is this the ultimate proof?

    when i was about 17 gotta job during the summer for the school system.placed at a high school...town of about twenty thousand...now this part coulda gott me hemmed up.so only a few people new.anyways..working alone in the boiler rooms i found a old trap door.screwed shut.small.curious i un did the screws..opened it up and found a tunnel...followed a few feet realized it went pretty far..closed it up.made things look like they were.and i came back after hours.yup..tresspass etc..i know...well about 100 yards in and crawling basicly the tunnel gott bigger and seen the first fall out shelter notice..the first place i came up outt of and into 30 min later was the junior high school.and from there to other buildings..all the way down town.to shops.couple houses even.spent the summer exploring.most plce i was in and seen hadnt ben touch in 25 years atleast.suspect most were forgotten about.i dont find it hard to wrap my head around miles and miles of tunnels or a city underneath our feet..and never even know.
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    Default Re: A look inside an underground city. Is this the ultimate proof?

    Perhaps the most extensive collation of reports of underground cities and the like is Branton's 'Project Redbook'.

    About Branton.

    http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_autor_branton.htm

    Branton's Red Book.

    http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/of...fflimits_6.htm

    I always glean a little bit more every time I read it. Some fascinating accounts and encounters from over the decades.

    The guy with the piano wire for a necklace was Phil Schneider, a modern martyr. He took part in the infamous Human/alien war at Dulce. Well worth the watch.


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    Default Re: A look inside an underground city. Is this the ultimate proof?

    Quote Posted by Eram (here)
    Quote Posted by MorningFox (here)
    Interesting, I guess, but looks more like an underground car lot/park than a 'city'...
    I can see how you come to that conclusion when you look at it at first glance morningfox, but when you look a little closer, you will see that there's a lot that doesn't add up for it to be a car lot/park.
    • The ceilings are a lot higher then a usual parking lot, high enough for a eighteen wheeler truck to fit under (look at 7:48 min in the first youtube where you can see a truck driving)
    • There are docking and loading platforms for trucks.
    • You see doors which lead to who knows what that you wouldn't expect to see in an underground parking lot.
    Well sure, but it's still absolutely nothing like a city...

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    Default Re: A look inside an underground city. Is this the ultimate proof?

    I think though people are taking pretty conventional views of how these places are constructed. if an underground city was being built, considering the tech available to black ops this could be done with minimal effort and alot less people that you may think.

    Consider 3-d Printing. Look at contour crafting, which basically is machinery that can build a house in as little as 24 hours. it is not beyond the realms of possibility that this could be done efficiently and quickly with the tech available.
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    Default Re: A look inside an underground city. Is this the ultimate proof?

    Quote Posted by greybeard (here)
    The number of people required to build under ground cities would run into hundreds if not thousands.
    If you think of how many people you personally know that gives a multiplication factor.
    Just as an example say one thousand are required to build a city and each knows just ten people, then all of a sudden that's ten thousand people who might just have an idea of what you are doing.
    I doubt very much that such an enterprise could be kept secret.
    Even if they were all army personnel, they have wives and families too.
    Not saying its impossible but it would be extremely difficult to keep secret.
    Lorry driver net work etc.

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    Chris, you are forgetting a couple very important points to this. First, the technology to construct the underground bases is such that perhaps not as many people as you think would be required to do the work. Two, there are MANY underground bases all over the world. To the people who work on them and in them, it is not so uncommon or secretive. Three, these are military installations. There are simply not as many leaks of information when you have to sign on to remain quiet under threat of jail, death or harm to your family. The largest and most significant military/civilian project in our history, the Manhattan Project, was kept secret for a very long time. But these bases have not been. There have been many to come forward. Secrets don't have to be kept, just managed.
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