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Navy Flight Engineer Talks UFO's & Entrance to ET and Human Collaboration!
02-10-2015, 04:34 PM #16
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Yeah, the guy didn't set off my BS detector. From what I gather, he certainly believes the scenario.
Important to remember from time to time these situations are manufactured for disinfo. You should try to find that Mirage Men documentary FB.

02-10-2015, 04:35 PM #17
Octo Mother Superior
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(02-10-2015, 04:06 PM)failboat Wrote:  guy sounds legit.

tried to see if i can make out something with google earth but the resolution around the south pole sucks.

must be cool to live there for a while... i like snow and freezing temperatures.^^

It wouldn't be my first choice camping destination I have to say 13.gif
02-11-2015, 04:48 AM #18
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Only one problem .

it ain't there .
02-11-2015, 04:53 AM #19
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about my dad and underground stuff

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Because of an article published in the November, 1968 issue of True Treasure magazine there was renewed interest in the fabulous treasure, and a prospector named Harvey Snow was approached by three ranchers who lived in the area west of the Victorio Peak site. Snow had spent 25 years exploring the entire White Sands area, and the ranchers felt that Snow could lead them into the treasure area, bypassing the Army patrols that guarded the missile range.”

As the result of a story told Snow many years before by a cowboy who had followed Doc Noss to a hidden tunnel, he believed that the treasure was not at Victorio Peak, but on another peak, Hard Scrabble Peak which was also on government property. Snow’s incredible story is then related by Mr. Chandler; “On the second day I found the cave with the sloping steps. I went down the steps; down and down. I don’t know how far. I estimated maybe thirteen hundred or fourteen hundred steps. The bottom step, the last one was rounded at the bottom so that when you stepped on it, it would roll. It was tied to a bow and arrow with rawhide, but the rawhide had rotted a long time ago. I got in there.” (Page 310).

At the bottom of the steps Snow described a big room with a stream of hot water running through it. Snow followed the tunnel from room to room; sometimes the tunnel would become so narrow that he had to get down on his hands and knees. In one room Snow reported that he found some things. He found small stacks, one of gold, one of copper and one of silver.”
02-11-2015, 05:06 AM #20
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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Like yourself Rog', your Dad was a very interesting person with some extraordinary friends. I wish I could find half the stuff I've dug up on him here and there.
Most of it seems to have vanished from the internet, and sadly, I put a lot of it up on GLP where it was deleted after Elaine left. 13.gif
So much went on on those "golden threads" that may be lost to the ages.

02-11-2015, 05:09 AM #21
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He later said that he figured he would come back for that and went on. Shortly, he came to a big room. Here there were a bunch of side tunnels running north and south. They were all natural, nothing man made. Here where they intersected, they made a big W. Being cautious, he did not go down these tunnels, but rather stayed with the stream going west. At the far end of the main room he found some things he never spoke about. (Page 311).

According to Childress, Snow’s story is fascinating and virtually unbelievable to most people. He walked 14 miles in an underground tunnel. The 1400 steps or so that he walked down to the subterranean river must have been a good 800 or 900 feet below the entrance. The tunnel was crossed at least in one spot by another tunnel running at a right angle to the one he was following. (Pages 113-114).

As can be seen from these reports, there exists under the White Sands New Mexico area an extensive system of lengthy tunnels that have been there for ages. It seems that if the government wanted underground bases they would make use of these existing tunnels, yet modern researchers never seem to even hint of their existence. Why not?

Mr. Childress made a telling observation concerning government involvement;

“The gold that was at one time stored in Victorio Peak has been seized by the U.S. government, particularly the Army and the CIA.” And I thought the CIA was concerned with foreign intelligence. Where’s the connection? The Inner Beings perhaps?

~~~~ End quote of Dad's story ~~~~

Underground bases ?

Aliens always around Hidden Vaults of lost Treasure ?

UFO's seen hovering around Treasure sites ?

Mind Control ?

Rubber Masked Humans , dressed as Insectoid Aliens ?

proxy whore refuge where the Forum Trolls meet to trade
giggles over their feats of Harassment ?

Days later , when the Sun broke through the Smoke ,,,

surprised we were , to find it was all Smoke , and No mirrors .

we felt cheated ,,,
To be persuaded by a produced dream,, to believe ,

and have nothing but an empty hand when we awoke .

Given a Kings Ransom ,,,
only to wake and find ,,,, it was ,,, nothing more then dream dust .

We Awoke , yet the residue of the dream , still kept
us asleep for years afterward .

How can we trust in a Pig that talks ?

How can we believe in Telepathic Insectoids ?

How can a Hollow Earth be filled ?

Easy answer , fill it with the evil game players amongst Humanities
population .

Snack Bar is open folks
Grab a Book , it's gonna be a long wait for the ride to truth .
02-11-2015, 05:11 AM #22
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(02-11-2015, 05:06 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  Like yourself Rog', your Dad was a very interesting person with some extraordinary friends. I wish I could find half the stuff I've dug up on him here and there.
Most of it seems to have vanished from the internet, and sadly, I put a lot of it up on GLP where it was deleted after Elaine left. 13.gif
So much went on on those "golden threads" that may be lost to the ages.

it's still out there


on Dad

Harvey Snow+victorio peak



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