The Tunnels Exist

taratai

Padawan Learner
Joe said:
In reading the transcripts, I think it is important to always keep in mind something said on several occasions, here is one of the more recent:

"In case you forgot, we once explained to you about the symbolic nature of communications between densities"
I understand that that concept might be a bit disturbing to some in the sense that it may require a reconsideration of a lot of what we have taken as 'fact', but I think it is necessary to keep it in mind at least.
I think it has to be also noted that, as far as i know, nowhere did the Cassiopaeans mention that the underground cities/bases are located on this density.

Looking for them, or for any physical entrance to reach them, is completely pointless if they're in a reality that is unreachable to us.

Also, who said that for 4th density beings, the Earth isn't actually hollow, if they only wish so (with endless orange skies where we see magma and a bright sun where the central core lies)? If that would be the case, then i guess that from such perspective, the 3k mile deep city would look like a gigantic tower touching the sun in the center. :P
 

goyacobol

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taratai said:
Joe said:
In reading the transcripts, I think it is important to always keep in mind something said on several occasions, here is one of the more recent:

"In case you forgot, we once explained to you about the symbolic nature of communications between densities"
I understand that that concept might be a bit disturbing to some in the sense that it may require a reconsideration of a lot of what we have taken as 'fact', but I think it is necessary to keep it in mind at least.
I think it has to be also noted that, as far as i know, nowhere did the Cassiopaeans mention that the underground cities/bases are located on this density.

Looking for them, or for any physical entrance to reach them, is completely pointless if they're in a reality that is unreachable to us.

Also, who said that for 4th density beings, the Earth isn't actually hollow, if they only wish so (with endless orange skies where we see magma and a bright sun where the central core lies)? If that would be the case, then i guess that from such perspective, the 3k mile deep city would look like a gigantic tower touching the sun in the center. :P
Here is one session that indicates the bases are "transdensity" 3D-5D:

Session 4 November 1995
Q: (L) How many are there? (T) Are there bases in the United States of America?
A: Close.
Q: (T) There are no bases within the boundaries of the Continental U.S.? (L) No, they are in other
dimensions and densities, is that correct?
A: Yes.
Q: (T) They can be entered through entranceways within the United States and other places within the
world?
A: Transdensity.
Q: (L) OK, transdensity points...
A: No. Bases are.
Q: (L) Bases are transdensity. (T) So the bases are transdensity, in other words they exist throughout
the densities in the same location. No, no, that won't be right... (L) they exist in a trans-density state.
(T) So they exist in third...
A: Yes.
Q: (T) They exist in third, fourth, whatever...all at the same time. (L) Maybe they could come in to our
density when necessary and then go out of our density when necessary.
A: No.
Q: (L) They are in another density.
A: No.
Q: (L) They are in another dimension. (T) They are in all densities...
A: Trans.
Q: (L) They transit at all densities?
A: Start at three.
Q: (L) They start at three... (T) They go through four, five is not the density they can go into, so they
go through six...
A: Assume.
Q: (L) Assume; you're assuming... (T) No, I'm asking, they start at three, you say; where do they go
from there?
A: To five.
Q: (L) Three to five. (T) They cover three, four and five?
A: Yes.
Q: (T) Why do they cover five? You've said that five is the level of contemplation... (L) Why not? That
makes sense, to have one there, too.
A: Yes.
Also the earth is not exactly "Hollow" but has useable areas underground according to the following:

Session 4 May 1996
Q: (L) A lot, I suppose. You aren't saying that the earth is hollow, are you?
A: No, not exactly.

Q: (L) Well, how deep is the deepest of these underground cities?
A: 3,108 miles.
Q: (L) That's pretty deep! But wouldn't it be too hot at that depth?
A: No. Temperature averages 68 degrees F.
Q: (TK) That's pretty comfortable! (L) How do they have light?
A: Magnetic resonance.

Q: (L) Well, aren't they subject to being crushed by earthquakes?
A: No, earthquakes are not felt deep underground!!
Q: (L) Does any of this underground civilization activity have any relation to this massive underground
base the Russians are building?
A: No.
Q: (TK) Is any of this under the ocean?
A: Yes.
Q: (TK) Well, we'll never explore all of what is under the ocean. (L) It just staggers the mind to think
about it. What do they want these people for?
A: To replace you.
Q: (TK) And why? Because they can control them better. Right?
A: Completely.
Q: (L) Do these people being bred and raised in these underground cities have souls?
A: Yes, most.
Of course anything can be considered "symbolic" I suppose, such as the meaning of "bases".
 

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San Francisco Business Times
Bechtel Group moving headquarters to suburban Washington, D.C.
https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2018/06/07/bechtel-moving-headquarters-san-francisco-virginia.html?ana=e_sfbt_bn_breakingnews&u=lnqEysTxA4q0h4JLGnw0ntmQr7G&t=1528407177&j=82026751
May 7, 2018


San Francisco lost one of its most storied firms Thursday when Bechtel Group said it will move its headquarters to Reston, Va., by year-end after more than a century here.

The loss of the San Francisco headquarters of the secretive engineering, construction and project management company means the Bay Area will lose about 150 jobs along with prestige and corporate philanthropy. The firm has worked on several major infrastructure projects over the past century, including the Bay Bridge, BART and the Hoover Dam. It had revenue of $33 billion in 2016 and is the Bay Area's largest privately held company.

A Fortune magazine profile of the construction giant in 2016 was titled, "Meet the private company that has changed the face of the world."

In an interview for that profile, Chairman and CEO Brendan Bechtel said the company's status as a privately held, family-led enterprise was a big advantage.

“We don’t have to please Wall Street by increasing sales every quarter,” Bechtel told Fortune. “Our competitors are already taking on risky jobs where they’ll lose money, just to generate sales. Unlike them, we won’t lose dumb.

As of 2011, Bechtel leased five floors, or around 150,000 square feet, at 50 Beale St. at its San Francisco headquarters.
Bechtel’s Reston office has served as an operational headquarters since 2011, with the CEO based there with about 1,300 employees, the Washington Post reported.

Bechtel's California work has waned in recent years as its business tied to the oil-and-gas industry in the Houston area and its government-contracting work in Washington has grown.

“Over the last 15 years the customer base that supported our San Francisco office has diminished, and as a consequence the employee population in San Francisco diminished because the customers moved to other locations,” Bechtel Chief Operating Officer Jack Futcher told the Washington Post. “We’re closing that chapter in the history of our company, but we’re opening a new chapter.”

Bechtel has had a far-reaching impact on the Bay Area and the nation. George Shultz, former Secretary of State under President Ronald Reagan, resigned as U.S. Treasury Secretary in 1974 to join Bechtel. Shultz stepped down from Bechtel’s board of directors in 2009. San Francisco native Caspar Weinberger was general counsel at Bechtel before serving as Defense Secretary in the Reagan Administration. He had previously worked for the administrations of President Richard Nixon and President Gerald Ford.
The Bechtel family’s extensive philanthropy includes the work of the S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation and the Stephen Bechtel Fund, which supports several Bay Area nonprofits. Stephen Bechtel Jr. was a longtime leader of the Bechtel Group and is the grandson of the company’s founder, Warren Bechtel.

The entities plan to spend down their assets to zero by 2020. The foundation supports education in science, technology, engineering and math, along with environmental programs that improve water management and land stewardship.

In 2016, the foundation’s donations totaled $119 million and were expected to reach $152 million last year, according to the foundation’s website.

Bechtel’s corporate philanthropy includes supporting Junior Achievement, Engineers Without Borders and DiscoverE, which reaches out to students to grow the engineering profession.


Bechtel Corporation Published on Jun 6, 2018
 

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Deeeep State News Jun 15, 2018
Elon Musk has the green light to build a high-speed underground transportation route to Chicago's O'Hare Airport. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO said Thursday his Boring Company had won the bid to build a system using electric vehicles to carry passengers through tunnels and predicted it would be ready within three years. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel called it the fast lane to the city's future. Dean Reynolds reports.





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Fixing a massive NYC plumbing leak, 55 stories underground
By MICHAEL HILL / Published Today
NEWBURGH, N.Y. (AP) — New York City is in the midst of a plumbing repair job of monumental proportions.

Hard-hat workers are toiling deep underground, 55 stories beneath the Hudson River, to eliminate gushing leaks in an aging tunnel that carries half the city’s water supply over 85 miles from Catskill Mountain reservoirs. Using a cylindrical, space-rocket-size borer, they are carving through solid rock to create a 2.5-mile bypass tunnel around the worst of the leaks.

When they finish the $1 billion tunnel in 2022, the entire Delaware Aqueduct will be shut down for months to prepare for the diversion. And if they do it right, New Yorkers turning on their faucets will never even notice.



“It’s really the largest and most complex water tunnel repair that the city of New York has ever done,” said Vincent Sapienza, commissioner of the city Department of Environmental Protection. “There’s a lot of moving parts that we’ve been wrestling with for several years now.”

The Delaware Aqueduct is to the city what the aorta is to our circulatory systems: a necessary channel to keep everything running. It was drilled and blasted out mostly during World War II and carries about 600 million gallons a day, entirely by gravity, from four Catskill region reservoirs to a holding reservoir just north of the city line.

The long tunnel that carries half of New York City’s water leaks millions of gallons a day. So miners are tunneling a $1 billion bypass through solid rock under the Hudson River. (June 20)

Along with the complementary Catskill Aqueduct, the two help connect a complex system that serves 9.6 million people in New York City and upstate municipalities. Engineers and politicians compare the network of 19 reservoirs, three lakes and connecting tunnels to the grand aqueducts of ancient Rome.


But the Delaware Aqueduct is showing its age at a weak point where it crosses through limestone beneath the Hudson River near Newburgh, New York. Limestone is less dense and has more “give” than the neighboring shale, so crews protected that length of the concrete tunnel with a steel sleeve. But for an unknown reason — lack of foresight, lack of steel during wartime — they did not extend it through the entire limestone formation.

Leaks formed in that gap, with some of the water burbling up into the river.

About 18 million gallons — 3 percent of the aqueduct’s flow, or enough to fill about 27 Olympic-size swimming pools — escapes from the pipeline every day. The loss is too big to ignore, but the tunnel is too vital to simply drain for a multi-year repair. City officials eventually settled on the parallel bypass tunnel, which allows for a shutdown measured in months instead of years.

“We couldn’t fathom shutting down the tunnel,” said Paul Rush, deputy commissioner of the environmental department.

Workers began digging two giant access holes on either side of the river in 2013, and actual tunneling started last summer.

A long, cylindrical machine nicknamed “Nora” presses into the rock face with a spinning 21.6-foot diameter “cutter head” embedded with 41 spinning, steel blades. The tunnel boring machine, the sort used worldwide for major water and transportation projects, is named for civil engineer Nora Stanton Blatch Deforest Barney. The pulverized rock comes out the back via conveyor belt to be loaded onto rail cars and hauled topside.

Dozens of workers are deep down at a time. They work Nora’s controls, bolt together pieces of the ever-lengthening concrete tunnel, operate rail cars and tend to material going up and down the 900-foot shaft.

It’s a construction site in a cave — and a wet one. Miners are constantly sloshing through puddles from the seeping groundwater.

Draining the aqueduct in 2022 will give crews time to reroute the water under the Hudson and to seal other leaks some 25 miles up the aqueduct. Those losses in Wawarsing, New York, are far smaller, but they did contribute to a local plague of flooded basements and sodden lawns that resulted in the government buying some homes.


Map illustrates a section of aqueduct north of New York City which is being repaired and the larger aqueduct system that supplies New York City with its water.

Cutting off half the city’s water supply for up to eight months sounds like a recipe for disaster, but the environmental agency has been preparing for years. Conservation efforts, like the installation of low-flow toilets, have contributed to dropping water usage rates even as the city grew.

The city will rely on water from reservoirs in suburban Westchester County and the Catskill Aqueduct, which should have a higher capacity by then. That aqueduct will be shut down for several 10-week increments so crews can scrub out microorganisms that have created a layer of “biofilm,” which inhibits the flow through the century-old tunnel.

By 2023, water will flow through a bypass built to last. A layer of steel will be fitted inside this tunnel and then another layer of concrete added for a final 14-foot-diameter tunnel, all the way through the limestone formation.

Said Rush: “We don’t plan to come down again anytime soon.”

The Report from Iron Mountain Leads Back to the Mother of All Deep Underground Bases
Posted on March 3, 2017
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In news articles about these facilities when asked locals would often say “Iron Mountain? Never heard of it.” A response a reporter from the Hartford Courant got from locals in 1999. Most are unaware they even exist. Both are on quiet country roads in upstate N.Y. and made to look like nothing out of the ordinary.


Away from any possible nuclear blast zone

The first one is just outside of Germantown N.Y. on the east side of the Hudson River and the second one is at Rosendale N.Y. 30 miles south on the west side of the Hudson River. Hunkered under the Catskill Mountains of New York State half way between New York City and Albany. Next to the Hudson River they are accessible by car, boat or helicopter from New York City. Both deep underground bases are for the elite and their records as well as valuable property. Well away from any nuclear blast zone or resulting radiation. The I.M.A.R ( Iron Mountain at Rosendale) facility has a multi acre heliport on it’s roof that is disguised as a regular field. Where some of the eastern establishment would hide in the event of nuclear war or disaster of any kind.

ORIGINAL IRON MOUNTAIN 42° 9’50.70″N 73°49’48.12″W 424 County Road 10 Germantown N.Y. 12526

This was the original Iron Mountain. An old iron mine purchased in 1936 by Herman Knaust a German-American entrepreneur. Originally using the old mine to grow mushrooms and store records. Helping relocate Jewish immigrants who had lost their identities after WW2. Knaust officially founded Iron Mountain in 1951 as Iron Mountain Atomic Storage, Inc to store valuables and records for Manhattan Banks and elite clients. Knaust eventually sold the company and it became the huge corporation of today. This bunker contains fallout shelters, built by Iron Mountain for executives from Exxon, Shell, and other large corporations. Just one of the facilities having a sixty-five room hotel, each with a private bath, and a large dining room with chandelier and a commercial kitchen. Your average size Holliday Inn is around 70 rooms and that’s a pretty big building. Imagine several of them underground. That’s just the bunker section. A piece in the New Yorker magazine called The Many Lives of Iron Mountain in 2013 quotes Bill Mesick who manages the two underground facilities.

In the sixties and early seventies, Mesick said, people sometimes slept in the mine: it contained fallout shelters, built and maintained by Iron Mountain for executives from Exxon, Shell, and other big companies. One especially elaborate shelter, he said, had sixty-five hotel rooms, each with a private bath, and a large cafeteria with a commercial kitchen; in the mid-century-modern bedrooms, curtains obscured the concrete. According to Mesick, in the event of nuclear war, some executives, along with their families, would have been evacuated by helicopter from New York City. “They’d hired local folks to tend to them, to cook for them, to clean for them,” Mesick told me. “Their idea was to wait out the storm while the debris and radioactivity were going on overhead—then they were going to come out and sell oil to everyone who was left.” Every now and then, Mesick recalled, the executives would run alive exercise”—essentially, they’d come and hang out for the weekend
Sounds like a great place to come up with dystopian plans for the future of mankind on a weekend retreat. Mabey this was part of Leonard Lewin‘s satire to use such a place as the setting for his book. Possibly leading readers to this location and it’s part in history. If the Report from Iron Mountain was real it would be hard to imagine a better place to produce it.

It is stories such as these that have led to the legend of secret underground bases where the elite would hide in case of Armageddon. Spawning characters such as Dr. Stangelove believing in the survivability of nuclear war. Rand Corporation analyst Herman Kahn of the Hudson Institute, down the Hudson River, was one of the people the character was based on. The famous Rockefeller Estate Kykuit is just 50 miles away in Sleepy Hollow, NY down the Hudson River. A short helicopter ride. They were the major executives of Exxon. Would they have gone to Iron Mountain if things got bad enough? This should give some indication of the serious nature of the elite’s obsession with protecting themselves and their valuables. Planning for the worst case scenario is just another form of insurance to the rich. If the poorer classes prepare as best they can for such events they are labeled as crazy. The Hudson Valley is full with the estates of the rich and famous. Some of them would head to these facilities in times of crisis. Also note you will not find the Original Germantown facility listed on Google Earth or Google maps. Use a Bing search an it comes right up. Even the YellowPages has it but not Google.

The original facility is supposedly only used for storage now. Do you really think the bunker section is now closed at the original location? A defunct cold war relic as portrayed by the Iron Mountain corporation. A place where Thirstan Howle the 3rd would have rode out the apocalypse in the 60s or 70s but no more. Think again. Whether the original bunkers are closed or not.



Most of the action has moved 30 miles south across the Hudson River to the I.M.A.R (Iron Mountain at Rosendale). A state of the art deep underground base the size of a small city. The I.M.A.R ( Iron Mountain at Rosendale) bunker facilities are still very operational.

IRON MOUNTAIN IMAR 41°51’3.02″N 74° 5’17.76″W 694 Binnewater Road Kingston N.Y. 12401


The I.M.A.R. Deep Underground Base has been operational since the early 60s. This as well could have been the fabled origin of Report from Iron Mountain. Iron Mountain at Rosendale is a state of the art underground base measuring one mile from north and south entrance and over a half mile wide. How many levels deep the facility goes is not clear. Originally a natural limestone cement mine. It has been turned into something the size of a small city underground . Most locals are unaware of the importance of this location. On the more official side of things. White non descript vans with blacked out windows bearing the classic blue pyramid logo of Iron Mountain come and go. Carrying almost any imaginable physical record or item in need of storage or disposal. When asked most think it is an abandoned cement mine adjacent to a nature preserve.

Iron Mountain -- Blueprint for Tyranny
Published on Oct 4, 2017 / 2:21:32
This is a two and a half hour documentary on the 1966 Iron Mountain Report, requested by John F. Kennedy’s administration. This explosive document caused a great stir around the world. It is the agenda of the elite on the methodology of a complete takeover of the United States and the world, via the introduction of Alternatives to War. Iron Mountain suggested such world wide threats as Gross Pollution, UFO’s and the rise of the United Nations with an all powerful Police Force. This DVD documentary takes you step by step through the highlights of the Iron Mountain Report and proves that it is being carried out. President Obama’s NATIONAL HEALTH CARE PROGRAM that was pushed through Congress is right out of IRON MOUNTAIN. Few people realize how important the Iron Mountain Report actually is!! This DVD is fully documented with official documents, laws and maps, etc. This is the DVD that started it all!! This documentary is considered the CLASSIC IN ITS FIELD
 
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