A number of European scientists were said to have gone with Marconi,
including Landini. In 1937, the enigmatic Italian physicist and
alchemist Fulcanelli warned European physicists of the grave dangers of
atomic weapons and then mysteriously vanished a few years later. He is
believed to have joined Marconi´s secret group in South America.
Ninety-eight scientists were said to have gone to South America where
they built a city in an extinct volcanic crater in the southern jungles
of Venezuela. In their secret city, financed by the great wealth they
had created during their lives, they continued Marconi´s work on solar
energy, cosmic energy, and anti-gravity. Working secretly and apart
the world´s nations, they built free-energy motors and ultimately
discoid aircraft with a form of gyroscopic anti-gravity.
The community is said to be dedicated to universal peace and the common
good of all mankind. Believing the rest of the world to be under the
control of energy companies, multinational bankers and the
military-industrial complex, the story goes, they have remained
from the rest of the world, working subversively to foster peace and a
clean, ecological technology on the world.
We have information on this astonishing high-tech city from a number of
sources. In South America the story is a common subject among certain
metaphysical groups. Says the French writer Robert Charroux in his book
"The Mysteries of the Andes" (1974, 1977, Avon Books), the "Ciudad
Subterranean de los Andes," is discussed in private from Caracas to
Santiago. Charroux goes on to tell the story of Marconi and his secret
city, plus the story of a Mexican journalist named Mario Rojas
who investigated the "Ciudad Subterranean de los Andes" ("Underground
City of the Andes") and CONCLUDED THAT IT WAS A TRUE STORY.