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Message Subject SAINT LOUIS ~ syncroni ~ €it¥ , Missouri
Poster Handle Alesiah
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Interested in hearing your take on things. I still don't know why or what was the course of history put in play when John Paul II went to Missouri - why Missouri?

Seems like everything gets refocused back to that region somehow, some way, whether it is weather related (catastrophic) military rumors, Nafta, religions, etc...
 Quoting: Ohwow!

Why does the queen own land and visit CO? Because underground. Pine Gap, Australia is the deepest natural made cavern in the world, guess who is the second? Somewhere around St. Louis! Numerous caves are also located between Hannibal and St. Louis, as well as in central Missouri near Columbia. So why do they like to visit these places with huge underground space?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 614299

I was recently contacted and met a girl who heard about me on a site called underground Ozarks. It's hard to explain why she wanted to meet me but it has to do with a dream she had about some kind of ritual with children taking place underneath Washington University & Forest Park. I live across the street from Foret Park and have lived near it for many years. Also my mom and step dad went to Washington University. Before we met she had no idea that I lived near forest park or that my parents went to Wash - U. I'm not sure what's going on but I do know that Missouri and even St.louis has a ton of caves. There are many houses in the city of st.louis which contain cave entrances in the basements.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1554286

Wow! Never knew that about the cave entrances, but it makes sense. I visited a huge cavern when we lived there, I think it was somewhere south of St. Louis, but I'm not sure. Forest Park is a beautiful area. Wash U :) only someone from there would call it that. Always cracked me up.
 Quoting: INK1

It's a beautiful place for sure. Missouri is known for it's lead mines too..
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