Trans-Planetary Subway Systems (Rand Corporation PDF)

The first section of this page was written by Phil Schneider:


Photo of United States Air Force tunnel boring machine at Little Skull Mountain, Nevada, USA, December 1982. There are many rumors of secret military tunnels in the United States. If the rumors are true, machines such as the one shown here are used to make the tunnels. (Source: U.S. Department of Energy.)


This is a $13 million tunnel boring machine (TBM) used for tunneling at the Nevada Test Site. (Remember that Area 51 is part of the test site.) Many other types of TBMs are used by many government agencies, including the ‘nuclear powered TBM’ [NTBM] that melts solid rock and leaves behind glass-like walls.

Most tunneling activity is under military installations and all information is highly restricted. Former employees of said facilities have surfaced over the years to talk of massive underground installations in places like Area 51, the Northrop facility in Antelope Valley, California (rumored to have 42 levels), and the Lockheed installation near Edwards, California.

The ‘Black Budget’ currently consumes $1.25 trillion per year. At least this amount is used in black programs, like those concerned with deep underground military bases. Presently, there are 129 deep underground military bases in the United States. They have been building these 129 bases day and night, unceasingly, since the early 1940′s. Some of them were built even earlier than that. These bases are basically large cities underground connected by high-speed magneto-leviton trains that have speeds up to Mach 2. Several books have been written about this activity.

The average depth of these bases is over a mile, and they again are basically whole cities underground. They all are between 2.66 and 4.25 cubic miles in size. They have laser-drilling machines that can drill a tunnel seven miles long in one day. I was involved in building an addition to the deep underground military base at Dulce, which is probably the deepest base. It goes down seven levels and over 2.5 miles deep. I helped hollow out more than 13 deep underground military bases in the United States.


More thought-provoking images of tunnel boring equipment:

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From Dr Bill Deagle’s
December 2006 Granada Forum Lecture:

I took care of John Fialla, who was best friends with Phil Schneider. How many people know about Phil Schneider? Well, they were using tunneling machines back in the mid-90s that could tunnel through a rock face at seven miles per day, that could cut through a rock face with high-energy impact lasers that could blow the nano-sized particles of rock so that there was no debris left, forming an obsidian-like core, and laying an inner core for unidirectional maglev trains that travel at Mach 2 to 2.8 underground between these very very powerful and organized cities.

There’s 132 under the United States, an average of 5.36 to 7.24 cubic miles in size at an average of 1.5 to 4.5 miles underground, built, by and large, most of them in areas away from geotectonic areas – but there’s going to be lots of new geotectonic faults established when you have force 11, 12, 13, 14 earthquakes hit the Earth.

Why are they rushing to do this? Because they know that catastrophe is coming. And where’s this money coming from? It’s not coming from our regular Black Op budget. It’s coming from the illegal sale of drugs. In the United States there’s at least, by conservative estimates, a quarter of a trillion to a half a trillion of illegal drugs just sold in the United States that goes directly into underground budgets, and 90-95% goes to the DUMBs [Deep Underground Military Bases].


The following was written by
Richard Sauder, PhD, adapted from his book Underground Bases and Tunnels:

The nuclear subterrene (rhymes with ‘submarine’) was designed at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, in New Mexico. A number of patents were filed by scientists at Los Alamos, a few federal technical documents were written – and then the whole thing just sort of faded away.

Or did it?

Nuclear subterrenes work by melting their way through the rock and soil, actually vitrifying it as they go, and leaving a neat, solidly glass-lined tunnel behind them.

The heat is supplied by a compact nuclear reactor that circulates liquid lithium from the reactor core to the tunnel face, where it melts the rock. In the process of melting the rock the lithium loses some of its heat. It is then circulated back along the exterior of the tunneling machine to help cool the vitrified rock as the tunneling machine forces its way forward. The cooled lithium then circulates back to the reactor where the whole cycle starts over. In this way the nuclear subterrene slices through the rock like a nuclear powered, 2,000 degree Fahrenheit (1,100 Celsius) earthworm, boring its way deep underground.

The United States Atomic Energy Commission and the United States Energy Research and Development Administration took out Patents in the 1970s for nuclear subterrenes. The first patent, in 1972 went to the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.

The nuclear subterrene has an advantage over mechanical TBMs in that it produces no muck that must be disposed of by conveyors, trains, trucks, etc. This greatly simplifies tunneling. If nuclear subterrenes actually exist (and I do not know if they do) their presence, and the tunnels they make, could be very hard to detect, for the simple reason that there would not be the tell-tale muck piles or tailings dumps that are associated with the conventional tunneling activities.

The 1972 patent makes this clear. It states:

“… (D)ebris may be disposed of as melted rock both as a lining for the hole and as a dispersal in cracks produced in the surrounding rock. The rock-melting drill is of a shape and is propelled under sufficient pressure to produce and extend cracks in solid rock radially around the bore by means of hydrostatic pressure developed in the molten rock ahead of the advancing rock drill penetrator. All melt not used in glass-lining the bore is forced into the cracks where it freezes and remains …

“… Such a (vitreous) lining eliminates, in most cases, the expensive and cumbersome problem of debris elimination and at the same time achieves the advantage of a casing type of bore hole liner.”

(U.S. Patent No. 3,693,731 dated Sept. 26, 1972)

There you have it: a tunneling machine that creates no muck, and leaves a smooth, vitreous (glassy) tunnel lining behind.

Another patent three years later was for:

A tunneling machine for producing large tunnels in soft rock or wet, clayey, unconsolidated or bouldery earth by simultaneously detaching the tunnel core by thermal melting a boundary kerf into the tunnel face and forming a supporting excavation wall liner by deflecting the molten materials against the excavation walls to provide, when solidified, a continuous wall supporting liner, and detaching the tunnel face circumscribed by the kerf with powered mechanical earth detachment means and in which the heat required for melting the kerf and liner material is provided by a compact nuclear reactor.

This 1975 patent further specifies that the machine is intended to excavate tunnels up to 12 meters in diameter or more. This means tunnels of 40 ft. or more in diameter. The kerf is the outside boundary of the tunnel wall that a boring machine gouges out as it bores through the ground or rock. So, in ordinary English, this machine will melt a circular boundary into the tunnel face. The melted rock will be forced to the outside of the tunnel by the tunnel machine, where it will form a hard, glassy tunnel lining (see the appropriate detail in the patent itself, as shown in Illustration 41). At the same time, mechanical tunnel boring equipment will grind up the rock and soil detached by the melted kerf and pass it to the rear of the machine for disposal by conveyor, slurry pipeline, etc.



And yet a third patent was issued to the United States Energy Research and Development Administration just 21 days later, on 27 May 1975 for a machine remarkably similar to the machine patented on 6 May 1975. The abstract describes:

A tunneling machine for producing large tunnels in rock by progressive detachment of the tunnel core by thermal melting a boundary kerf into the tunnel face and simultaneously forming an initial tunnel wall support by deflecting the molten materials against the tunnel walls to provide, when solidified, a continuous liner; and fragmenting the tunnel core circumscribed by the kerf by thermal stress fracturing and in which the heat required for such operations is supplied by a compact nuclear reactor.

This machine would also be capable of making a glass-lined tunnel of 40 ft. in diameter or more.

Perhaps some of my readers have heard the same rumors that I have heard swirling in the UFO literature and on the UFO grapevine: stories of deep, secret, glass-walled tunnels excavated by laser powered tunneling machines. I do not know if these stories are true. If they are, however, it may be that the glass-walled tunnels are made by the nuclear subterrenes described in these patents. The careful reader will note that all of these patents were obtained by agencies of the United States government. Further, all but one of the inventors are from Los Alamos, New Mexico. Of course, Los Alamos National Lab is itself the subject of considerable rumors about underground tunnels and chambers, Little Greys or “EBEs”, and various other covert goings-on.

A 1973 Los Alamos study entitled Systems and Cost Analysis for a Nuclear Subterrene Tunneling Machine: A Preliminary Study, concluded that nuclear subterrene tunneling machines (NSTMs) would be very cost effective, compared to conventional TBMs.

It stated:

Tunneling costs for NSTMs are very close to those for TBMs, if operating conditions for TBMs are favorable. However, for variable formations and unfavorable conditions such as soft, wet, bouldery ground or very hard rock, the NSTMs are far more effective. Estimates of cost and percentage use of NSTMs to satisfy U.S. transportation tunnel demands indicate a potential cost savings of 850 million dollars (1969 dollars) throughout 1990. An estimated NSTM prototype demonstration cost of $100 million over an eight-year period results in a favorable benefit-to-cost ratio of 8.5.

…Was the 1973 feasibility study only idle speculation, and is the astonishingly similar patent two years later only a wild coincidence? As many a frustrated inventor will tell you, the U.S. Patent Office only issues the paperwork when it’s satisfied that the thing in question actually works!

In 1975 the National Science Foundation commissioned another cost analysis of the nuclear subterrene. The A.A. Mathews Construction and Engineering Company of Rockville, Maryland produced a comprehensive report with two, separate, lengthy appendices, one 235 and the other 328 pages.

A.A. Mathews calculated costs for constructing three different sized tunnels in the Southern California area in 1974. The three tunnel diameters were:

a) 3.05 meters (10 ft.)
b) 4.73 meters (15.5 ft.)

c) 6.25 meters (20.5 ft.)

Comparing the cost of using NSTMs to the cost of mechanical TBMs, A.A. Mathews determined:

Savings of 12 percent for the 4.73 meter (15.5 ft.) tunnel and 6 percent for the 6.25 meter (20.5 foot) tunnel were found to be possible using the NSTM as compared to current methods. A penalty of 30 percent was found for the 3.05 meter (10 foot) tunnel using the NSTM. The cost advantage for the NSTM results from the combination of,

(a) a capital rather than labor intensive system,

(b) formation of both initial support and final lining in conjunction with the excavation process.

This report has a number of interesting features. It is noteworthy in the first place that the government commissioned such a lengthy and detailed analysis of the cost of operating a nuclear subterrenes. Just as intriguing is the fact that the study found that the tunnels in the 15 ft. to 20 ft. diameter range can be more economically excavated by NSTMs than by conventional TBMs.

Finally, the southern California location that was chosen for tunneling cost analysis is thought provoking. This is precisely one of the regions of the West where there is rumored to be a secret tunnel system. Did the A.A. Mathews study represent part of the planning for an actual covert tunneling project that was subsequently carried out, when it was determined that it was more cost effective to use NSTMs than mechanical TBMs?


From the book “Underground Bases and Tunnels, by Richard Sauder, Ph.D., ISBN 0-9644979-0-5

Nuclear Subselene Tunneling Machines On the Moon?

No discussion of government plans for secret tunneling projects would be complete without considering NASA’s plans for tunneling on the Moon.

1980s documents from Los Alamos National Laboratory and from Texas A&M University (under contract to NASA) indicate that there are plans to use “nuclear subselene tunneling machines” to melt tunnels under the Moon’s surface, to make living, working, mining and transportation facilities for a lunar colony.

A 1986 Los Alamos report calls for using a fission powered, nuclear subselene to provide the heat to “melt rock and form a self-supporting, glass-lined tunnel suitable for Maglev or other high-speed transport modes.” The report recommends burrowing beneath the surface because of the harsh lunar environment. (This would apply to Mars as well. –SW) It further mentions that the tunnels would ‘need to be hundreds, or thousands of kilometers long …” The actual subselenes would be automatic devices, remotely operated. In 1986, Los Alamos estimated each subselene could be built for about $50 million and transported to the Moon for anywhere from $155 million to $2,323 million. The price tag may seem exorbitantly high, but rest assured that there is easily that much, and more, available in the military’s “black” budget for covert projects. It should be noted that the report did not specify how the subselenes and their crews would be transported to the Moon. (Large, triangular combination jet/ion-drive powered ‘antigravity’ craft, or other advanced technologies generally unknown to the public? –SW)

A 1988 Texas A&M study outlined plans for a slightly different model of lunar tunnel boring machine. The Texas A&M “Lunar Tunneler” would employ a “mechanical head to shear its way through the lunar material while creating a rigid ceramic-like lining”. Essentially, this kind of machine would be a hybrid, mechanical TBM (Tunnel Boring Machine) that incorporates elements of the nuclear powered subselene. Although the machine would be nuclear powered it would have a mechanical cutter head that would bore through the lunar subsurface. Just behind the cutter head would be a “heating section” that would “melt a layer of lunar material within the excavated tunnel to a depth of only a few inches. This molten material could then be cooled to form a rigid ceramic material suitable for lining the interior of the tunnel.”

The Texas A&M designers considered a couple of different muck disposal schemes. The two variants of the first called for the muck to be transferred vertically to the surface and either dumped or “sprayed” into a tailings pile. The second concept called for the use of special, tunnel dump trucks that would carry the muck out of the tunnel and dump it on the lunar surface. The designers recommend use of a SP-100 fission reactor for power, using liquid lithium heat pipes of the sort developed by the Los Alamos National Laboratory for the nuclear subterrene.

A second Texas A&M study, released in May 1988, also recommended use of a lithium cooled nuclear reactor as the power source for a lunar tunneler. In the second tunneler design, there are no mechanical tunneling components. Instead, the cone-shaped, nuclear powered tunneler melts its way through the subsurface like a subterrene. Some of the melted rock and soil is plastered against the tunnel walls to form a glass-like ceramic tunnel lining. The rest of the melted muck (called regolith) is passed out of the back of the tunneler and then carried to the surface for the disposal by the dump trucks that follow the tunneler through the tunnel.

I don’t know if there are nuclear tunneling machines secretly making permanent bases and tunnels on the moon. But NASA plans certainly give cause to wonder.

Sacramento TBM project to divert water to swimming pools in the south.

Sacramento’s underground ‘Trans-Planetary Subway System’ is located under the DOD building on 14th & J downtown.  Cosmos Clearance is required for entry.





The Atomic Subterrene

Those Magnificent Men and Their Atomic Machines

The Atomic Subterrene

The Atomic Subterrene is a very atompunkish name. It sounds like a gadget Tom Swift might invent, and which would then be stolen by vaguely Slavic communists. It doesn’t help that, if you google it, you’ll find several hundred webpages of nonsense using pictures of the New York subway to explain how the elites are building secret underground clubhouses to ride out 2012.
But, for all the silliness that seems to attach to the name, the atomic subterrene was a very real, very serious idea, developed by Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory (LASL) in the 1970s. It was a startlingly simple proposition: rather than drill through rock, the atomic subterrene would use heat from a nuclear reactor to melt through it, digging wider tunnels faster and more efficiently than a conventional Tunnel-Boring Machine.

The Beginning
In the 1950s, atomic rockets were all the rage. The Atomic Energy Commission, the Air Force, and later NASA were running a program called Project ROVER, to develop a series of reactors for rocket propulsion. Meanwhile the Air Force’s Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Office was working on nuclear-powered turbojets and ramjets, such as the infamous PLUTO.
These propulsion reactors shared two common traits. First, because the efficiency of a propulsion reactor is determined by its temperature, the ROVER and ANPO reactors were designed to run at much higher temperatures than conventional reactors for ship propulsion or electricity generation. And second, since they needed to fit on planes or spaceships, they were designed to be very small, both in mass and volume.

One of these reactors was designed for Project DUMBO by the CMF-4 group at LASL. The DUMBO reactor consisted of a honeycomb of tungsten and uranium, through which hydrogen gas would be pumped; the nuclear reaction would heat the gas and thus produce thrust. To test the concept, LASL built a mockup using an electrical heating source in place of the uranium. Gas pumped through the mockup reached 3000o C, an impressive demonstration of the concept.

But, in 1959, DUMBO development was cancelled in favor of the graphite reactor designs that ultimately became Project NERVA. The CMF-4 group was reassigned, told to spend six months doing brainstorming on anything except rocketry.
The group explored all manner of exotic ideas, but only one of them concerns us today. During this period, one of the project members, Bob Potter, reread Edgar Rice Burroughs’ novel At the Earth’s Core, and started to think about ways to get through rock more efficiently than by grinding it up. He considered the idea of simply melting the rock out of the way – and he thought of the high-temperature tungsten heating elements used in testing the DUMBO concept.
Potter borrowed a few pieces of local basalt stone from a nearby highway construction site, and the group rigged up a tungsten heating element in the lab. Pressing the white-hot tungsten against the basalt quickly produced a neat little hole. Interestingly, the molten basalt flowed around the tungsten heating element, forming a sticky surface layer that shielded it from damage by air or water in the rock.

Figure 1: Tabletop Thermal Penetrator
Further experiments soon followed, culminating in a tabletop device with an outside diameter of 2 inches. Heated and pressed against rock, the penetrator would melt its way through. The molten rock would flow through a hole in the center of the head and out the back, where high-pressure gas would blow it to the surface. At this point the device was just called a rock-melting penetrator; the name subterrene had not yet been attached to it. The idea of using nuclear energy was not yet in the mix; the plan was for the penetrator to be powered by a connection to a generator on the surface.
Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, and CMF-4’s work on the penetrator was one of them. Bob Fowler, the head of the CMF group at Los Alamos, did not approve of the penetrator project, which he felt was not “proper” research. In 1962 he ordered the group to write up their results and move on to new projects, which they obediently did. The rock-melting penetrator was set aside, although that did not keep the Atomic Energy Commission from obtaining a patent on the idea.

Los Alamos Gets Back in the Game
The concept was not revived until eight years later. The Los Alamos staff had a habit of meeting at a local pub after work on Fridays to bullshit and kick ideas around in a more congenial environment. On one Friday, someone brought up the old rock-melting penetrator idea, and suggested upgrading it with more modern materials. It was suggested the concept could be improved by using heat pipes to connect a compact nuclear reactor to the tungsten heating element. Instead of heating the melting head with electricity from the surface, molten lithium would be heated by the reactor and pumped through the melting head.
The matter might have ended there if Los Alamos’ congressional representative, Manuel Lujan, Jr., had not happened to wonder into the pub. When he stopped by CMF-4’s table to ask what they were talking about, Eugene “Robbie” Robinson told him of their idea for a nuclear-powered tunneling machine.
Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, Representative Lujan misunderstood him and thought he was talking about an official Los Alamos program rather than a napkin-back discussion among off-duty scientists. He expressed his approval of the idea, and of the wisdom of the Atomic Energy Commission for sponsoring such a far-sighted, innovative project, and said he would contact the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy in Washington to express his pleasure with the program. This might prove rather awkward, since of course the AEC would have no idea what he was talking about.
Thinking quickly, Robbie phoned Norris Bradbury, the director of Los Alamos. Fortunately, Mr. Bradbury had a sense of humor about the whole thing – and, not only that, but felt the atomic penetrator was actually rather a good idea, and that the lab should organize a study of the concept!
During the spring, summer, and fall of 1970 a study group met to discuss the feasibility of the system. It was around this time that the device was given its name: the subterrene, as a terrestrial analogue to the submarine. In November the committee issued its report, “A Proposal for LASL Development of a Nuclear Subterrene,” recommending the paper study be expanded to a feasibility study, with the ultimate objective of building a device “capable of penetrating the earth to depths of tens of kilometers… To extend geological and geophysical exploration into the earth’s mantle.” It was thought a subterrene capable of reaching the mantle could be built within 10 to 15 years.
This was not the first time someone had tried to apply atomic energy to tunneling. William Adams of Lawrence Radiation Laboratory had proposed building a “needle reactor” as a probe to the Earth’s mantle in the early 60s, but the idea had gone no further than an article in Time magazine. Other machines for using atomic energy for mining had been patented, but enjoyed even less success.
The Los Alamos subterrene proposal, on the other hand, was a serious investigation backed by a major government laboratory. And the time was right for a radically new approach to drilling technology. The country’s energy situation was deteriorating, and the AEC had been directed to look into development of non-nuclear energy sources in addition to its old mission of atomic energy. The subterrene could offer a number of new capabilities.
For example, conventional drilling can only produce circular tunnels, since the drill works by rotating, while the subterrene’s melting penetrator head could be of any shape desired. The subterrene would have less environmental impact since it would produce little to no dust or vibration. It would last longer than conventional drills, which are quickly worn away by drilling through hard rock. It would require fewer personnel to operate.
But, most importantly, it was thought the system might be cheaper – the initial analysis suggested savings of up to $850 million dollars (1970 dollars) through 1990, on a development cost of $100 million.
Rowley and the other scientists speculated on a whole host of applications that might be opened up if the subterrene lived up to its promise. Aside from mining, excavating underground roads and pipes was an obvious use. Chemicals and gasses could be stored in underground chambers. Electrical energy could be stored in the form of underground pressurized air “batteries,” compressed in during periods of excess production and used to drive turbines when more energy was needed. The subterrene could dig storage cavities for toxic and nuclear waste, too deep for them to ever trouble the surface. The heat and pressure found deep underground could be exploited for chemical processing. Cities, even farms, could be extended underground.
The most promising application, however, seemed to be geothermal energy. The subterrene could be used to dig deep into the Earth’s crust, to where the rock is heated by the mantle. Unlike a conventional drilling machine, since the subterrene worked by melting its way through, its efficiency would actually improve with depth. Two vertical tunnels would be drilled, side by side, and a great chamber or cavern excavated at the bottom connecting the two. Water would be pumped down one tunnel, be vaporized by the hot temperatures at the cavern bottom, and steam would then be pumped up through the other tunnel, where it would be used to drive a turbine. Ordinarily, geothermal energy can only be tapped in areas where near-surface hot rocks and groundwater coincide, but this sort of plant, called a Hot Dry Rock plant, would only require the rocks.
In December, the subterrene proposal was reviewed by senior personnel at LASL, with highly mixed results. One reviewer called it one of the dumbest ideas in history. The dominant view, however, was more favorable.
In April of 1971, the program was submitted to the National Science Foundation. Funding was ultimately approved through the Research Applied to National Needs program and work began in 1972, with the first patent for a nuclear or electrical melting penetrator filed the same year.

Rapid Excavation by Rock Melting
The program was aimed at developing both electrical and nuclear subterrenes. In the first year of the project, the scientists, under the able leadership of John Rowley, focused on developing small-scale prototypes powered by external electrical sources. These would serve as a proof-of-concept of the rock-melting drill, and would be useful and desirable in their own right.
In particular, the group was interested in a device they called a Geoprospector, which would be relatively small – about a foot in diameter – and would be used to retrieve samples of underground mineral deposits. Aside from the Geoprospector, proposed near-future applications focused on other relatively shallow, small-diameter projects, such as drilling gas pipelines or drainage tunnels.
Several prototype drilling machines were built in the first year, ranging in size up to 11.4 cm in diameter. One was tested at Bandelier National Monument near Los Alamos in May of 1973, digging drainage holes in Indian ruins.
Figure 2: Excavation at Bandelier National Monument

Unlike a mechanical drill, the melting penetrator didn’t produce dust or vibrations that might damage the ruins. Five holes were drilled by the Los Alamos team, and then three more by National Park Service personnel. The NPS personnel reportedly found the machine easy to use, and were able to do the job with only minimal supervision. The drilling operation attracted a crowd of curious tourists, and it was decided to repeat the demonstration at a more politically useful venue – Washington, D. C.

The melting penetrator made its visit in mid-October. Four demonstrations were held at the Army Engineering Proving Grounds in Virginia over the course of two days in front of a crowd that included congressional representative, news media, and construction firms. A 50 mm penetrator drilled through a foot-thick slab of alluvium encased in steel, and then did it again in case anyone missed something the first time. Then, a second penetrator dug a vertical shaft. All told, about 300 people watched the demonstrations. A few months later, a third demonstration was organized in Denver, Colorado, and then in Tacoma, Washington.
Figure 3: Penetrator Demonstration at Washington, D.C.
Figure 4: Tunnel Produced by Thermal Penetrator

The Nuclear Subterrene

Although the small-diameter electrical prototypes were the focus of the team’s efforts in the first year, design work continued on the nuclear system. Initial designs focused on building a nuclear-powered version of the melting penetrator, in which the reactor heat would simply melt through the rock. However, it soon became clear that it would be more efficient to use a combination of either rock melting and mechanical cutting, or rock melting and thermal fracturing. Patents on each of these concepts were filed on each in January of 1974.

Figure 5: Nuclear Subterrene for Soil and Soft Rock
The version pictured above was intended for use in soil and soft rock. Molten lithium would be pumped through a small nuclear reactor and circulated through the “annular melting penetrator,” which would reach temperatures of about 1,570o Kelvin, melting through a ring of rock in front of the machine. While the rock in the middle of the ring would not melt, it would be detached from the rock around and behind it, allowing it to be easily broken up by the rotating mechanical cutters in the middle of the machine’s face. The rock that was molten would flow out and along the sides of the machine, being cooled by a heat exchanger to form a glass lining for the tunnel. In this design, the reactor heat is only a supplement to the cutters, which are analogous to the operation of a conventional tunnel-boring machine.
Figure 6: Nuclear Subterrene for Hard Rock

The second version was designed for harder rock. As in the first version, an annular melting penetrator would melt a ring of rock in front of the machine, detaching the material in the center from the rock behind it. Then, needle-shaped “fracturing penetrators” would use heat to break up the the core. The rapid heating of the rock would cause it to expand, but this expansion would be uneven, with some hot areas expanding quicker than other, cooler areas. The difference in expansion would cause the rock to fracture and break up.

As in the first version, the molten rock would be pressed against the side of the tunnel and cooled, forming a glass lining. The fractured rock would fall into a removal port, and be transferred to the surface for disposal by conveyor belt. Not visible on the diagram is a “clearing plate” that would periodically push forward from the fracturing penetrators, dislodging any stuck rock. Alternatively, the fracturing penetrators could be withdrawn by hydraulics to allow rock to fall past.
Safety was unlikely to be a serious concern. If anything went wrong, the reactor would be entombed underground. Even if leakage did occur for some reason – such as an accident in transport – the contemplated reactor designs would necessarily be very small, and therefore contain comparatively little radioactive material.
It was estimated that machines of these types could drill a 7.3-meter diameter tunnel at a rate of 1.5 meters per hour using a 25 MWth nuclear reactor. Hole diameters could be 12 meters or more. However, while these numbers sound impressive, it’s worth pointing out that modern tunnel-boring machines can excavate tunnels as wide as 16 meters at rates of up to 4.8 meters per hour. The nuclear subterrene’s performance could potentially be substantially improved with better materials and a higher-temperature reactor, but this was not to be.

The Later Years of the Subterrene
In 1975, the program’s funding was transferred from the National Science Foundation to the newly born Energy Research and Development Administration. By this point, the funding agencies had directed the project to shift away from giant nuclear subterrenes and towards development of small, electrically-powered penetrators for use in geothermal drilling. In fact, the nuclear subterrene wasn’t even mentioned in the program’s final status report.
But, without the nuclear reactor, the subterrene simply wasn’t economical. LASL looked for partners in industry to commercialize the system, but couldn’t find any. The penetrator used up too much energy, it cost too much, and its advantages over existing methods – lower environmental impact, arbitrary tunnel shape – were too slight to justify using it. The program was shut down entirely in 1976.
However, like all technology development programs, the subterrene left heirs – in fact, its first progeny, the Hot Dry Rock program, was born almost immediately after the subterrene’s own genesis in 1970. HDR was developed by LASL to explore one of the original applications of the subterrene, producing geothermal energy by drilling into deep, hot rock and using it to heat water. Research at LASL on HDR continued off and on until 1996, and included the construction of a test plant at Fenton Hill on the Los Alamos laboratory grounds.
The subterrene itself was less lucky. Subterrenes continued to occasionally appear in lists of promising new drilling technologies through the early 80s, and various rock-melting drilling techniques continue to be patented and discussed in engineering journals even today. But these are exclusively electrical systems.
However, while the nuclear subterrene was abandoned by the engineering community, it found a home in more unusual places. One was among the theorists of space exploration. In 1986, Dr. John Rowley and two other scientists from the subterrene program published a paper suggesting using nuclear subterrenes to excavate tunnels on the moon to shield colonists from radiation – a subselene, as they called it. Subselenes have continued to intermittently appear in speculative scientific work on lunar colonization.
But they weren’t the only people interested in the subterrene. If you google “subterrene,” most of the hits you will find will be websites claiming that the US government completed the subterrene technology, and has used it to excavate a massive complex of hundreds of underground bases linked by tunnels covering most of the American southwest and beyond. Some of the claims made are prodigious – that thousands of deep underground bases have been built across the world, and that photos of what is clearly a tunnel-boring machine used to prepare underground nuclear weapons tests actually depict a nuclear subterrene. This belief appears to stem from a 1995 book, Underground Bases and Tunnels: What is the Government Trying to Hide?, by Richard Sauder. It is an interesting that, not only does most of the “research” appear to be copy & pastes of excerpts from the 1975 subterrene patents and Sauder’s book, but they all appear to be the same excerpts, copied from website to website like a chain letter.
But the most creative descendant of the subterrene can only be the proposal to weaponize the system as a way to attack hardened underground military bases, as an alternative to nuking them. The RadioIsotope Powered Thermal Penetrator (RIPTP) does not use a nuclear reactor for heat; instead, it uses Thulium-170 or Ytterbium-168, highly radioactive artificial isotopes, which generate heat as they decay. The RIPTP would be parachuted onto the ground above the base, and would then melt its way through the ground. The motive power to push the subterrene through the ground would be provided by gravity; the penetrator would be about four times as dense as the molten rock in front of it and so would sink through it.
As it bores its way down, the RIPTP would form a bubble of magma and hot, high-pressure gasses behind itself. When it nears the underground base, the pressure of the gas and magma would burst the base walls explosively, destroying facilities near the breach through blast and fire. If the magma wasn’t enough, incendiary explosives such as aluminum powder could be added. Then, its work done, the RIPTP would keep borrowing downwards past the target, ultimately entombing itself several hundred meters further down.
But, for all the speculation of secret bases, lunar colonies, and weaponization, a nuclear subterrene has not been built and is not likely to be built. The supposed improvements are simply too small and too uncertain to justify the technological and political risk of such a project. Thus, the subterrene is likely to remain what it is – an interesting but unbuilt idea.

End Note – The Russian Competition
According to wikipedia, the Russians had their own version of the subterrene that they called a “battle mole,” and which they actually tested in the 60s. It’s difficult to be sure, since I don’t speak Russian and I’m using Google translate, but it looks like there are two pieces to this. The first piece is that there was a real Russian program based on a German idea in the 50s to design an enlarged, crewed tunnel-boring machine, called an “underground boat,” powered by chemical fuel. The second is a claim that, under Khrushchev, the Soviets actually built one of these things, powered by a nuclear reactor, which failed spectacularly during testing.
I strongly suspect that the supposed nuclear-powered prototype was an April Fools’ hoax by the Russian-language Popular Mechanics magazine. The first mention of it I can find online comes from the April issue of that magazine, and the diagram they include incorporates what appear to be mechanical tentacles. In any case, however, neither of these were a subterrene, but rather tunnel boring machines.
Atom, The. “The First Practical Application of the Subterrene.” Vol. 10, No. 4, May 1973. Pp. 1 – 4.
Atom, The. “Burning Through-the-Earth Demonstration Intrigues Washington, D. C. Audience.” Vol. 10, No. 9, November-December 1973. Pp. 10 – 12.
Branscome, Ewell Caleb. A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Identification and Evaluation of Novel Concepts for Deeply Buried Hardened Target Defeat. Graduate Thesis, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006.
Neudecker, Joseph W., James D. Blacic, and John C. Rowley. “Subselene: A Nuclear Powered Melt Tunneling Concept for High-Speed Lunar Subsurface Transportation Tunnels.” Submitted to Symposium ’86. Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1986. LA-UR-86-2897.
Rapid Excavation by Rock Melting – LASL Subterrene Program, December 31, 1972, to September 1, 1973.” Comp. Hanold, R. J. Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, November 1973. LA-5459-SR.
Rapid Excavation by Rock Melting – LASL Subterrene Program, September 1973 – June 1976.” Comp. Hanold, R. J. Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, 1977. LA-5979-SR.
Robinson, E. S., Rowley, J. C., Potter, R. M, et al. A Preliminary Study of the Nuclear Subterrene. Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory. LA-4547.
US Patent No. 3,881,777. “Apparatus and Method for Large Tunnel Excavation in Soft and Incompetent Rock or Ground.” Inv. John H. Altseimer and Robert J. Hanold, assigned to The United States of America as represented by the US Energy Research and Development Administration. Filed Jan. 25 1974, pat. May 6 1975.
US Patent No. 3,885,832. “Apparatus and Method for Large Tunnel Excavation in Hard Rock.” Inv. John H. Altseimer and Robert J. Hanold, assigned to the United States of America as represented by the US Energy Research and Development Administration. Filed Jan. 25 1974, pat. May 27 1975.
Imagery Sources:
Figure 1: US Government.   Found in The Furnace in the Basement.
Figure 2: US Government.   Found in “First Practical Application.”
Figure 3: US Government.   Found in “From LASL to Industry With Love”, The Atom, Vol. 12 No. 6, November/December 1975, p. 1.
Figure 4: US Government.
Figure 5: US Government.   Found in Patent No. 3,881,777.
Figure 6: US Government.   Found in Patent No. 3,885,832.
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The list was compiled by a man named Don Croft. Many of you are familiar with him.

*NOTE in 2012 Roxy Lopez booked Don Croft for an interview on her radio show, and it was widely advertised. The day of the show, Don Croft was a no show, although he did write in a week later to let us know that all of his internet went down moments before the LIVE INTERVIEW and his phone lines went dead.  Don actually said that a week after we booked the interview with him, the FBI showed up to his dwelling.  TTD has not been able to contact Mr. Croft since.

What do you think? Let us know!

~The Truth Denied

Don Croft states :

“Having finally busted the underground base complex around Fallon, Nevada, last summer with Dodeca Richard, we’ll have a good test bed for busting a similar-sized major underground facility. It took several visits by several people to entirely do that complex and we used about 30 gallons of orgonite before every trace of DOR was absent from the atmosphere. I expect we could have done the entire thing in a day or two with a couple of gallons or less of orgonite if it were used in the form of Earthpipes, but we’ll soon see if my hunch pans out.”

~Don Croft


LIST OF D.U.M.B.S in the USA

Underground Bases listed by State

1. Fort Huachuca. 31°50′ N 1100 19’48” W, saucer base below, intelligence training above, mind-control incl. too.
2. Gates Pass Base
3. Gila Mountain Area, south of Interstate 8 and approx. 30 east of Yuma, AZ. 290 N 116ºW. DUM base.
4. Grand Wash Cliffs, on western edge of the cliffs at the head of Grapevine Wash. Must be reached via hwy 93 and then unpaved roads. DUM base. Page 303 …
5. Green Valley
6. Hualapai Mountains, east side of the mountain range, about 35 mi. SE of Kingman, AZ
7. Rincon Mtn., north side of Rincon Mtn
8. Mt. Lemmon
9. Page
10. Safford, near Safford
11. Santa Catalina Mountains – base

12. In the vicinity of Hardy and Cherokee Village. 360 19′ N 9°29’W W. Installation purpose not known.
13. Pine Bluff, Ark. area. 34° 13.4′ N 92º01.0’W to 34º30′ N 92° 30’W. saucer base.

14. 29 Palms Marine Base, Identified on military map as airspace area R-2501 N. Saucer base southeast of Ludlow. This is a U.S. alien research/ diagnostic facility and UFO base.
15. China Lake, mind control and weapons research
16. Darwin, CA, 4 miles dues west of Darwin
17. Deep Springs, CA, 37°22′ N 117º 59.3′ W. saucer base
18. Fort Irwin, CA, 35°20’N 116°8’W W. saucer base
19. Edwards Air Force Base, in the area where Diamond Cr. & the so. fork of the Yuba meet, there are 3 underground UFO bases. 34°8′ N 117° 48′ W
20. George Air Force Base, CA – saucer base
21. Helendale, Lockhead Underground Facility, 34º44.7′ N 1170 18.5′ W. Technology for secret projects. There are 3 saucer bases here.
22. Los Angeles, On Hwy 14 towards Edwards A.F.B. after Palmdale, one turns off and after taking several streets to 170th street, north on 170th St. to the Rosamond-1 70th intersection, the second and lower and better maintained dirt road will take you west, and if you take a right going north at the power lines and up to the hilltop you will see the top of an underground NORTHOP facility; Technology for the elite’s secret projects. This area was very active in the 1970s. Northrop’s facility is near the Tehachapi Mtns. It has been reported to go down 42 levels. It is heavily involved with electronics and hi-tech aerospace research.
23. Mt. Shasta
24. Kern River, CA the hollowed out mountain next to the hydroelectric facility at the Kern River Project near Bakersfield- reported saucer base
25. Napa Valley- located at Oakville Grade north of Napa, CA. Tunnels also connect the wineries north of Napa, used for white slavery and mind-control. Has a saucer base.
26. Norton Air Force Base- saucer base
27. Quincy, CA, 39° 56.2′ N 120° 56.5′ W. saucer base
28. Near Palmdale (if one takes Palmdale Blvd. til 240th St. and goes to Ave R-8. One the eastern limit of Ave. R-8 is McDonnell-Douglas’s facility called the Uano Facility. One can see it better from the Three Sisters Hills to the south of the facility. Strange shaped disks raise out of the ground on pylons. These attached disks glow and change color. It is involved in hi-tech aerospace technology.
29. Presidio, CA – A FEMA/DOD site for Region IX’s regional office
30. San Bernardino, CO, 34º 50′ N to 34° 16′ N
31. Santa Barbara County – placed in the thick diatomite strata
32. Santa Rosa, 38º 26.4′ N 122º 42.9′ W, FEMA, Regional center for west coast, what FEMA is doing is mostly kept secret. This is listed as a Communications Antenna Field, but is doing much more.
33. Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA – very deep military base
34. Tehachapi Ranch- 4 saucer bases, Tecachapi Canyon has a new underground base which was finished in Sept. ’95. This is the “Unholy 6″ base of the Orions. 35° 20′ 118° 40′
35. Trona, CA, 35° 45.5′ N 1 77º22.6′ W –several miles northwest of Trona, directly under Argus Peak. This DUM sits on China Lake’s NWC’s land, and may have been built in the ’60s.

36. Alamosa, 37° 28.1′ N 105°52.2’W W- reported saucer base
37. Book Cliffs, CO, 39° 40′ N 108º 0′ W near Rifle, CO
38. Boulder, CO–The headquarters for EMC, a type of electra-magnetic mind control that is being broadcast to modify the thinking of Americans, and to control slaves.
39. Colorado Springs, NORAD –Canada & U.S., & FEMA, hundreds of people on staff, contains at least 4.5 cubic miles of underground caverns and forty five underground steel buildings. Many underground chambers are as large as 50, x 100 ‘. This complex tracks thousands of satellites, missiles, submarines, and UFOs. NORAD also controls many Monarch slaves who have ALEX, JANUS, ALEXUS endtime callback programming. NORAD installation has 1278 miles of road underground.
40. Fort Collins- base for Gray aliens
41. Grand Mesa- Orion saucer base
42. Montrore Co.–north of Paradox, in Paradox Valley. The site in Paradox Valley can be reached via Hwy. 90 via Nucla. Page 304 …


43. North west Connecticut

44. Massive base- reported saucer base
45. Eglin AFB, 30º 40′ N 86° 50′ W- Orion saucer base since 1978

46. Atlanta, GA –FEMA regional center, which is appropriately placed since Atlanta is to become a capital within the NWO redrawing of boundaries. Atlanta is believed to have several underground installations in its area, one to the north at Kennesaw Mtn., Marietta, GA connected to Dobbins AFB and one to the south of Atlanta at Forest Park.
47. Thomasville, 30° 50.2′ N 83°58.9′ W, FEMA, regional center, they train groups in Search and Destroy missions for when Martial Law is imposed. This is SW Georgia in area of tunnels.

48. Lower Goose Lake area in the general area of Oakley, ID.–Wackenhut of the Illuminati run a “model prison” for the NWO. The worst of the federal prisoners are placed in this underground prison which has 7,100 cells which are filled with about 2,700 federal inmates. A track runs through the middle of the eerie underground facility. Food and showers are on the tracks, and the men are allowed showers once a week. The minimum of lighting is used and the men are beaten senseless if they talk at all. It sits 500′ underground.
49. South central Idaho–under the Snake River lava flows between Twin Falls and Idaho Falls.

50. Bedford & Lawrence Co. area–continued activity in large old mines indicates a possible government use of the large old quarries.

51. Atchison, KS–the DIPEF underground facility, which the govt. would run in an emergency. AT & T maintains an underground facility at Fairview, KS.
52. Kinsley–an underground UFO base

53. Camp David–just north of the camp is an underground facility important to the intelligence agencies.
54. below Ft. Meade, of the National Security Agency, 10 acres of the most sophisticated supercomputers that can be built, very large complex, massive surveillance of all the world’s communications, including all transmissions in the U.S. & world of telephones, telegraph, telex, fax, radio, TV and microwave transmissions.
55. Olney, actually the facility is between Olney and Laytonsville, on Riggs Rd. off of Rt. 108. Another underground facility may also exist in the area, FEMA & possibly NSA, the facility may be 10 levels deep, purpose unknown.
56. Suitland, MD- Classified archives of U.S. Govt. stored here in underground levels. Vaults have extensive amounts of documents which are not indexed. Restricted access with a coded security card. High level intelligence groups operate in the area also.

57. Maynard, 42° 26.0′ N 71° 27.0′ W FEMA, regional center, Wackenhut is here too.

58. Battle Creek, 42° 19.3′ N 85° 10.9′ W FEMA, regional center, activity secret (not validated)
59. Gwinn, Ml, 46° 16.8’N 87° 26.5′ W, near Gwinn is a large underground base which is a key base for sending signals. An AFB is also nearby. Under Lake Superior is an alien base with roads 5,000′ deep.

60. 12 miles south of Lebanon, 36° 02.8′ N 115° 24.3′ W, near the newly created town of Twin Bridges-reported saucer base
61. In the Bat/Dry/Dead Man/ Howell cluster of caves- reported saucer base
62. St. Francis Mountains, MO (between St. Louis & New Madrid)

63. North-central Nebraska
64. Red Willow Co. near McCook, NE

65. Blue Diamond, 36° 02.8’N 115°24.3 W -reported saucer base
66-68. Groom Lake, also known as Dreamland, Area 51, The Area, the Spot, Red Square, Sally Corridor, Watertown Strip. 1150 50’N 37°20W. Run by the NWO along with demonic beings, the CIA is there and Wackenhut Security. Two large underground facilities close to but separate from Groom Lake but controlled by the demonic beings are Papoose Range and Cockeyed Ridge (S-4) underground bases. Purpose is the testing of various UFOs and other secret aircraft like the Aurora and Stealth. Also biological work is done, including the biological raising of small greys. Many levels have been built t these three complexes, and a 7 mile long run way (which is actually 39 miles) Page 305 … has been built over Groom Lake, a dry lake. There is an S-2, an S-4, an S-6, and an S-66 underground installations. S-66 is the most secret and it has 29 levels and is 11, 300′ deep.
69. Quartzite Mountain SE of Tonopah, 37° 31 ‘N 116° 20′ W- reported saucer base
70. Tonopah, Airforce, CIA? & ??, deals with secret aircraft

71-73. There may be as many as three underground installations in New Hampshire’s hills (according to reports).

74. Picatinny Arsenal, 4o° 38’N 74° 32′ W- saucer base, 1/4 cubic mile large & very deep underground.

The state of New Mexico and Colorado have been used for the construction of a series of underground bases. (All the rest of the states have too.) The Primary Underground facilities in New Mexico consist of: 3 enormous underground bases in

  • The Dulce, NM area (an area I spent several days investigating in 1993).
  • The White Sands–Alamogordo Area which has 3 underground bases. Datil and Pie Town which have two more underground bases. (Carlsbad Cavern which had underground activity, which is reported discontinued, and another base to east of Carlsbad.).
  • The Los Alamos area underground facility . the Taos area underground facility

The New Mexico area has basically four underground system out.

  • One goes to the Four Corners area and then to Groom Lake (Area 51).
  • One goes north toward Delta, CO and Colorado Springs.
  • The Taos facilities goes north approximately along Interstate 25 and eventually ties in NORAD.
  • The southern bases connect to Texas and Mexico.

The Los Alamos facility dates at least back to 1940. One can only imagine what has been built with 1/2 century of labor on this underground system. Visitors to the deeper levels report humans kept in glass cylinders, plus many other strange things. I have had the opportunity to debrief some people who have been in the lower reaches of some of these facilities. There are special badges, special uniforms, tube elevators etc. which for lack of time I will not describe. .

75. Angel Peak- reported saucer base . Carlsbad Cavern area (now destroyed), 32° 25.0’N 1040 14.0W -old relics of saucer base left .
76-78. Dulce, N.M., 36º 56.0’N 106°59.8’W,–South of Dulce, in the area of the Jicarilla Indian Reservation, another facility is east of the Dulce facility a number of miles. This is run directly by Illuminati w/ Army and Airforce help, CIA also conduct experiments at the center; the size of the installation is hugh requiring small shuttle trains and has seven levels according to witnesses. Serves as a UFO base, biological experiments, production center for small-grey drones. Wackenhut provides some of the security on the ground.
79. Kirtland AFB, NM, Sandia National Lab
80. Manzano Mtn, near Albuquerque, known as the Kirtland Munitions Storage Complex, Airforce, 3,000-acre base within the Kirtland AFB/Sandia National Labs complex, guarded by 4 lethal rings of fences, use unknown, suspected UFO base. A new 285,000-sq. ft. bunker is being built near Manzano Base.
81. Pie Town, 34° 17.9’N 1 108°08.7’W, in area near Pie Town, UFO Base.
82. Sandia Mountains NE of Albuquerque -reported saucer base
83. to the north of Taos Pueblo
84. White Sands, 32°22.8’N 106°28.8’W, major hub for research, tied in with Dulce & NORAD, HO for NASA /military shuttle flights, radiation research ctr. and mind control.

85. Adirondack Mountains (near Elizabethtown)
86. New York Metro area
87. Plattsburgh (near Canada and St. Albans) AFB, 49°40’N 73°33 W- two saucer bases in this area.

88. Ada, 34°46.4′ N 96°40.7W W, underground saucer base, this base does uman cloning, and it is FEMA’s most sensitive base.
89. Ashland Naval Ammunition Depot, 34°45.9’N 96° 04.3’W,- reported saucer base

90. Bull Run, north side of Bull Run Reservoir area near Mt. Hood, and very close to Larch Mtn. and south of Benson St. Park of the Columbia Gorge.
91. Coos Bay area has had three separate but coordinating underground facilities built for UFOs. The facility farthest east, about 20 miles inland in the wilderness near Hwy 42, has been shut down. It is now an old abandoned facility well camouflaged. The coast facility is probably still operational.
92. Klamath Falls, OR–since Sept. ’95 this has been a base for a number of NWO groups including the Air National Guard, FEMA, CIA, FBI, Spetznaz, and Page 306 …
MOSAP training base. An underground concentration camp exists here.

93. Blue Ridge Summit, near Ft. Ritchie, known as ‘Raven Rock” or “Site R”, Army, major electronic nerve center, 650 ft. below surface with about 350 staff and over a 716 acre area. possibly connected via tunnel to Camp David. The NOD installation is involved with psychic (demonic) and satellite control over slaves. This underground complex is to allow the government of the United States to escape a nuclear attack. The enormous complex radiates under Wash. D.C. and connects with many other sites. The tunnel system is used to move some of the mind-control sex slaves. The walls and ceilings of the tunnels are ceramic tile with fluorescent lighting recessed into the ceilings.

94. Ft. Hood, TX, 31° 15’N 97° 48′ W, home of some Delta Mind-Controlled soldiers and a reported saucer base.
95. Denton, TX, 33° 13.2’N 97° 08.2’W – FEMA, regional center, activity secret
96. Red River Arsenal, TX- reported saucer base

97. Bluemont, Mount Weather base, Federal Preparedness Agency & FEMA, small-city underground, top-secret, staff of several hundred, does secret work for FEMA and contains a complete secret government with the various agencies and cabinet-level ranking administrators that keep their positions for several administrations and help run the United States.
98. Culpepper, 380 28.5 N 77°59.8’W, about 2 miles east of Culpepper off of Rt. 3, called Mount Pony, Illuminati–Fed. reserve, 140,000 sq. ft.,
includes a facility for the storage for corpses, monitors all major financial transactions in the U.S. by means of the “Fed Wire”, a modern electronic system.
99. Pentagon, Arlington, VA-
100. Warrington Training Ctr. –two sites: one on Rt. 802 and the other on Bear Wallow Road, on Viewtree Mountain. One is Station A the other Station B. Army & ??, purpose unknown

101. Bothell, 47°45.7’N 122°12.2w W, FEMA, regional center, activity unknown

102. WHITE HOUSE, 38°53.5’N 77°02.0’W–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 numerous levels to it. One eye- witness, went to level 17 (via an elevator) and stated that he believes that deeper levels exist.

103. Sugar Grove, the Navy’s Strategic Intelligence Services microwave communications. There base here.
104. White Sulphur Springs, under the Greenbriar Hotel, a mini-city large enough for 800 people equipped with its own crematorium, if there are any other purposes otherthan listening to U.S. microwave communication it is unknown by this author.

In Utah, the Kennecott Copper Company has been connected to the Illuminati and the KKK. These connections have been exposed in other writings by this author. Kennecott’s mine (reported to be owned by the World Bank) in the Salt Lake City area is serviced by Union Pacific, which is reported connected to the Mormon Church. The mine is receiving a heavy volume of big trucks after 11 p.m., for instance, in a normal night over 6 dozen large trucks with 2 trailors each rolling into the mine. In other words, it appears that the heavy train & tractor trailor activity indicates something besides mining.See the story in it’s entirety here:

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