Researcher Richard Sauder shared his findings about underground and underwater bases that are located around the world. Explaining his intense interest in the topic, Sauder said that after penning a short article for UFO Magazine in 1992, he woke up one night to hear a disembodied voice inside his head that began by saying "underground bases are real." He suspects this communication was sent to him by a "pulsed microwave transmitter" that is capable of beaming messages directly into the auditory cortex, according to the patent of this device.
In the U.S., underground facilities are run not only the military but also by such organizations as FEMA and may extend as far as one mile down, and perhaps even further, Sauder said. One source told him, that an underground facility at China Lake stored arms that were "more powerful than nuclear weapons." Sauder believes that clandestine genetic engineering may also be taking place at some of these facilities, in order to avoid moral and political concerns.
According to documentation he uncovered, the US Navy has had the technology to build underwater installations since 1966. Sauder indicated that such black project constructions might be funded by the staggering 2.3 trillion dollars that has not been accounted for by the Pentagon. As to the purpose of these secretive bases, Sauder speculated that there could potentially be a "separate society," or even a different species of humans that inhabit these environments.
Recent earthquake activity near Yellowstone National Park may be a warning that a "supervolcano" located there could become active said Larry Park during the first hour of Monday's program. The author of Forbidden Secrets of the Earthquake Revealed, Park uses scalar harmonic technology to reach radically different conclusions than traditional geologists.
He suggested that resonations in the system, as indicated by quake activity, could set off an eruption that would be the "continental version of a nuclear bomb."
Dr. Sky took a break from his telescopic viewing of Mars in the Phoenix suburbs, to join Monday's show in the first hour. Mars appears as an "orange ball swimming in a black sea of darkness," said Dr. Sky, who added that he could see some details of the planet's southern polar caps, as it nears its closest distance from Earth.
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