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we need to sacrifice a black gay president in that lake, to appease the angry gods
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This ain't rocket science. Ever since we figured out that hydrocarbons burn, we've been sucking them out of the earth. Anyone care to take a guesstimate at the volume of all the stuff we've taken out over the last hundred or so years? How many cubic feet, yards, MILES?? We're hollowing out the planet!

WE'RE TURNING A GRAPE INTO A RAISIN. Visualize that.

I'm glad I live FAR, FAR away from that hole. What sucks is that the next one might be in my basement. Who knows?? They're doing seismic testing in my area as we speak looking for places to frack.

One of these days, if we don't get nuked first, Mother Earth is going to wake up and give us all a big "Fuck You". It's coming... maybe already here.

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This ain't rocket science. Ever since we figured out that hydrocarbons burn, we've been sucking them out of the earth. Anyone care to take a guesstimate at the volume of all the stuff we've taken out over the last hundred or so years? How many cubic feet, yards, MILES?? We're hollowing out the planet!

WE'RE TURNING A GRAPE INTO A RAISIN. Visualize that.

I'm glad I live FAR, FAR away from that hole. What sucks is that the next one might be in my basement. Who knows?? They're doing seismic testing in my area as we speak looking for places to frack.

One of these days, if we don't get nuked first, Mother Earth is going to wake up and give us all a big "Fuck You". It's coming... maybe already here.

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so true.
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If that thing blew up, what would the range of damage be, would we be talking miles?
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I am not sure if the reporting was accurate, but my understanding is that the explosion would be equivalent to another Hiroshima. Anyone?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13133046


Yep, that would be just about right -- an explosion equivalent to a nuke going off -- with a blast radius equal to or greater than Hiroshima. This is pure speculation on my part -- but there could also be seismic event along the New Madrid fault system as a result of such an explosion.

So yes, it would be some big time doom if the aforementioned happened...damned.
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This is really bad for Madrid fault, its gonna blow soon1
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I agree........this disaster gets no press at all
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I've been following it since last year. I guess the stupid Florida case is more important. DERP... Nobody should give a fuck about another day in the park killing of a teenager. it happens every day. The LA sinkhole and Fukishima are much MUCH more important.
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
This map shows how the salt interconnects far inland :

[link to sincedutch.files.wordpress.com]

BHD has used it more then once to make his posts/thoughts clear. This was posted in the other thread [Problem at ANOTHER cavern in salt dome near giant Louisiana sinkhole — “Automatic emergency systems” engaged — No ‘immediate’ safety risk to publ] by RtrnofAmJedi.

tnx


xxxK
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Thank you for posting this. I didn't realize how many rigs were drilling right through that salt dome. This clearly illustrates how the salt dome collapse is happening. They'll just keep drilling until the whole thing blows I guess….
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This is really bad for Madrid fault, its gonna blow soon1
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I agree........this disaster gets no press at all
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I've been following it since last year. I guess the stupid Florida case is more important. DERP... Nobody should give a fuck about another day in the park killing of a teenager. it happens every day. The LA sinkhole and Fukishima are much MUCH more important.
 Quoting: ChvyV8Bldr


You got that right ! This trial and media blitz is the dumbest thing I have ever seen in my life!
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This is really bad for Madrid fault, its gonna blow soon1
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I agree........this disaster gets no press at all
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I've been following it since last year. I guess the stupid Florida case is more important. DERP... Nobody should give a fuck about another day in the park killing of a teenager. it happens every day. The LA sinkhole and Fukishima are much MUCH more important.
 Quoting: ChvyV8Bldr


Yep… smoke & mirrors. Look over here so nobody pays attention to what's really happening elsewhere. The sheep don't care. The corporations don't care. They're out for every last penny & fuck anyone who gets in their way. Expendable humans...
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This is really bad for Madrid fault, its gonna blow soon1
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I agree........this disaster gets no press at all
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I've been following it since last year. I guess the stupid Florida case is more important. DERP... Nobody should give a fuck about another day in the park killing of a teenager. it happens every day. The LA sinkhole and Fukishima are much MUCH more important.
 Quoting: ChvyV8Bldr


Thank God for GLP. I had no idea until today that this hole was even there. And Fuckyoushima hasn't been on the "news" since just after the quake.

I don't think there is one single honest "reporter" left anywhere. Oh, and the Zimmy protests are starting right now. That's on the "news" for sure! Don't forget the mass media campout waiting for that British chick to calf.

Sorry for the derail, but this PISSES ME OFF!

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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
Look up Lake Peigneur sinkhole disaster. There's a good video on YT. It shows clearly what will happen. Although Lake Peigneur sinkhole disaster was smaller than this Bayou Corne deal is going to be.
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This reminds of Japan after 3/11/11 quake. Definitely tidal from the GOM. 100%
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


It's so spooky to see tidal effects at this sinkhole being about 35 miles from GOM. I would not want to be living in that area. The GOM will be coming in through there. They better pray we don't get another hurricane like Katrina hit that area, if they do it will not be good.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Thats not a tidal cycle...much to quick. Ocean swell cycle rate maybe...but hard to believe being so far from the gulf to transfer that force so effectively.

We are still missing some piece to the puzzle.

Its almost like slow breathing or something manmade.....are they pumping out caverns that may be connected?


another video for those that havn't seen it yet....


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excellent video. I was just about to post it. you can skip the weather part and start at 2:45 for very good description with maps and diagrams of what is going on at the sinkhole.
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At Assumption Parish public briefing held on July 16, 2013 Gary Hecox, CB&I hydrogeologist stressed that they have talked to some of the leading experts in the world as too what could be causing the problem. Here is his short statement from the briefing:
"Nobody’s ever encountered anything like this in the history of mankind. I’m not kidding, what’s going on with that cavern where it’s going up several hundred feet and down several hundred feet, we don’t know if it’s some equipment issues or if there’s something going on in the cavern that we don’t understand. The pressure in the cavern continues to slowly increase. It’s up now to almost 600psi in the wellhead, that’s brine pressure not gas. I don’t even have a good hypothesis to tell you. The world experts have looked at this and we don’t know."

WTF?!?!
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the thought had occurred to me that the reason there is tidal flow in the sinkhole is because the entire salt dome has been dislodged and the ocean tide from far away is swaying with it.

if something like that is the case, it would be reasonable to suggest that it will get worse due to surrounding ground saturating enough to allow a major collapse of the entire underground salt cavern structure.
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This is really bad for Madrid fault, its gonna blow soon1
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yes

Ban fault lines!
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Oh Shit! What's up Comedian?
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Just wondering how the Justice for Trayvon crowd would look being swallowed by gaping holes opening in the ground, and being crushed by collapsing buildings during the upcoming Big One...

quake
 Quoting: The Comedian


Sheeple. What can I say? Instigators trying to divide the country to do the dirty work for TPTB.
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Just an observation.... at the link in the OP Watching the video of the water movement. You will notice there is a water depth change as well. The depth increases as the water moves to the left, and decreases as it moves to the right. Watch the water level against the small island.
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Your right RAG. That is not just some drip drop effect. That is a tidal effect coming from the GOM. That sinkhole connects to the GOM underground some how, you can take that to the bank. That whole region will someday collapse.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


After reading the post left by the experienced cave diver I'm not convinced we are seeing a tidal response from the GOM. This in no way reduces the potential for future GOM influences, but this seems different. More like an increase of pressure beneath the water causing a lift, then the pressure escapes and the level falls. I wonder if there might be an increase of gasses bubbling to the surface as the water level falls?

Bottom line for me is that this is not a naturally occurring event. (The sinkhole) Cause and effect.
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That is an amazingly creepy video- something feels really wrong there.
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Been monitoring this story from the beginning and I agree - there is something VERY weird about that and the movement.

WOW.
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I agree also, where has anyone ever seen water act like that in a pond or a lake or even around an underground spring well-head?

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At Assumption Parish public briefing held on July 16, 2013 Gary Hecox, CB&I hydrogeologist stressed that they have talked to some of the leading experts in the world as too what could be causing the problem. Here is his short statement from the briefing:
"Nobody’s ever encountered anything like this in the history of mankind. I’m not kidding, what’s going on with that cavern where it’s going up several hundred feet and down several hundred feet, we don’t know if it’s some equipment issues or if there’s something going on in the cavern that we don’t understand. The pressure in the cavern continues to slowly increase. It’s up now to almost 600psi in the wellhead, that’s brine pressure not gas. I don’t even have a good hypothesis to tell you. The world experts have looked at this and we don’t know."

WTF?!?!
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Wow!!! Great news !!! hiding

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At Assumption Parish public briefing held on July 16, 2013 Gary Hecox, CB&I hydrogeologist stressed that they have talked to some of the leading experts in the world as too what could be causing the problem. Here is his short statement from the briefing:
"Nobody’s ever encountered anything like this in the history of mankind. I’m not kidding, what’s going on with that cavern where it’s going up several hundred feet and down several hundred feet, we don’t know if it’s some equipment issues or if there’s something going on in the cavern that we don’t understand. The pressure in the cavern continues to slowly increase. It’s up now to almost 600psi in the wellhead, that’s brine pressure not gas. I don’t even have a good hypothesis to tell you. The world experts have looked at this and we don’t know."

WTF?!?!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43701905


Please!! They do know. They know that this is going to be worse than Lake Peigneur. It doesn't take a Geologist to understand what water does to salt. After the Lake Peigneur sinkhole disaster they said they couldn't prove who was at fault because all of the evidence was destroyed. They'll keep saying they are not sure until all of the evidence is destroyed ~ along with people's lives.
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What does Troy Landry from Swamp People say?
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I saw the show where his territory was part of the sink hole. There was gas bubbles coming up all over the place, far from the sink hole. No doubt this is huge!! Nothing good will come from this and IMO it wont be long until the map will forever be changed.

The quake that created Reelfoot will be child's play in comparison to what is about to take place.
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Just an observation.... at the link in the OP Watching the video of the water movement. You will notice there is a water depth change as well. The depth increases as the water moves to the left, and decreases as it moves to the right. Watch the water level against the small island.
 Quoting: RAG 43711814


Your right RAG. That is not just some drip drop effect. That is a tidal effect coming from the GOM. That sinkhole connects to the GOM underground some how, you can take that to the bank. That whole region will someday collapse.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


After reading the post left by the experienced cave diver I'm not convinced we are seeing a tidal response from the GOM. This in no way reduces the potential for future GOM influences, but this seems different. More like an increase of pressure beneath the water causing a lift, then the pressure escapes and the level falls. I wonder if there might be an increase of gasses bubbling to the surface as the water level falls?

Bottom line for me is that this is not a naturally occurring event. (The sinkhole) Cause and effect.
 Quoting: RAG 43711814


Yes ~ the gas bubbles are seen up to 70 miles away. It's not really a mystery ~ they just want to pretend it is…

Golly gosh… wonder what's happening? pick
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What does Troy Landry from Swamp People say?
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He says, there's a big tree shakah down in there stirring the water up like that.
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This is really bad for Madrid fault, its gonna blow soon1
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This is really bad for Madrid fault, its gonna blow soon1
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Curious as to why you would post the b.s. flag? What do you think could happen? Hmmm?

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My guess is that there is too much debree to dive.
But why not send down an unmanned sub/mini sub?
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My guess would be that "THEY" whomever 'they' is already knows what is happening.With all the technology surely they have ways to see whats happening down there and get a good idea what is going on.
Its a hopeless situation and can't be fixed so nothing is being said about it.This has the potential to swallow up endless land and anything that is on it.With all this movement it seems possible that if the New Madrid should blow it would relieve a lot of pressure as far as the damage distance from an earthquake.Who knows how much land area could be swallowed up in the Gulf when all these domes collapse with a domino effect.
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post on Assumption Parish Police Jury

1:50 p.m. Update
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John Boudreaux has reported another depth survey has been completed in the center of the sinkhole. A video has been posted on YouTube showing that 750' of cord was used and all 750' went down to bottom. This information has been sent to the Blue Ribbon Commission for there review.



DEPTH WAS 500 feet a day ago.
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sorry, forgot the video:

[link to www.youtube.com]
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it just keeps going and going down down down
did it stop because it ran out of line? or cause it found the botttom?
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Hey Krispy, long time no see.

I have been looking for that map that shows the ancient underground tunnel system for the Louisianan, Mississippi, Alabama Area. I have had no luck finding this. Do you by any chance know where this map is?
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Heya ELQ

Nopes I dont know,
but I will send a mail with your request to a friend who might know ;)

I will PM you as soon as I have it.


xxxK
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Thanks, I have tried numerous times to find it on the net but have had no luck. It was an extensive tunnel system built by ancient people. Underground system looked like a city from the map.
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You probably know this stuff on this link:
Secret Underground Bases and Facilities
[link to www.crystalinks.com]

Informants have mentioned underground tunnels and facilities in New Mexico at Dulce, Sunspot, Datil, Corona, Taos Pueblo, and Albuquerque; in Arizona in the Santa Catalina Mountains; in Colorado at Delta, Grand Mesa, and Colorado Springs; in California at Needles, Edwards AFB, Tehachapi Mountains, Ft. Irwin, Norton AFB, and Morongo Valley; in Nevada at Blue Diamond, Nellis AFB, Groom Lake, and Papoose Lake areas, Quartzite Mountain, and Tonopah.


The U.S. Air Force sponsored research in deep underground construction as early as 1958. The RAND corporation carried out this research, and published proceedings from symposiums held on the subject of construction methods and equipment, utility installation, and the use of nuclear bursts to produce underground cavities.

Bear in mind the fact that these are all classified as civil engineering projects. Where civil engineering goes today, military engineering has already gone yesterday. In 1959, the Rand Report carried photos of the giant Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs). Large scale military engineering projects may have made extensive use of these machines since the fifties.

The September, 1983 Omni ran a picture story on the "Subterrene," a nuclear tunnel-boring machine developed at Los Alamos. The machine burrows through deep underground rock, heating it to a molten state (magma), which cools after the Subterrene moves on. The result is a tube with a smooth, glazed lining that can be used for the high-speed transport shuttles that link the sub-base complexes.




Also here: [link to www.burlingtonnews.net]



- On this image you can see 1 of the enormous drilling machines [in the left below] : [link to www.mijnalbum.nl]


- Way back in the Bezerk-thread we talked about caves and tunnels that connected the Arctics with the GOM,
and AC Greece came up with THIS IMAGE :
a map showing the underground aquatic connection between the gom and the north pole
[link to www.mijnalbum.nl]

Pretty interesting that the section that is mentioned on that military map and on Cayce's map is also BLUE HERE !!!!

- Image of a portion of underground tunnels in the US , from the link below : [link to www.detailshere.com]

[link to www.detailshere.com]
This transcript of a radio talk show regarding the 8 level underground city beneath the Denver Airport gives you a hint of what is really going on in the US today. [link to www.detailshere.com]
"There is a network of tunnels underground that go all the way to Europe, South America - the several continents. And there is an intermingling of this great network of tunnels throughout the globe, of which many governments use. God bless you and be with you, Colonel Bill Faye Woodard"



Who remembers a looong time ago, a post made detailing an article about a leaf found in far north Queensland, here in Australia?

The leaf was found in a stream that had under ground origins. It was fresh, and green still.

What was so cool about this, was that the leaf was ONLY found on trees that grew in Papua New Guinea!

The leaf had fallen into a stream that went underground, beneath PNG, beneath the Coral Sea, beneath Queensland, and popped up in an underground cave, fresh as a daisy.

Like many things posted on this thread, it was interesting, and made not a lot of sense in the scheme of things, especially things bezerk.

We've had a couple of threads and links about underground rivers, and aquifers.

Even giant underground salt water aquifers and tunnels, remember that? about the subs travelling beneath the continental US through these tunnels? Even a briefing sheet or memo or something stating a sub base at A51!!

Things happen underground, out a mind, out a site.

The Rena is coming to mind atm... the ship stranded off NZ, only half the containers recovered. The rest goneski.

If one can accept a river flowing beneath the ground between PNG and Australia, how about other rivers between other nations?

How about a river flowing from Japan to the US?

How about a river flowing from the ** Kara Sea to the Gulf of Mexico?

The aquifers and oil rivers have not been explored as to where they come from and where they go, or what they flow under.

We dont know if people can send things down there, or if indeed people can go down there.

The disaster at Lake Peigneur. Accident? or deliberate act to create an entrance to a large salt cavern system, mostly already dug out.

Connected with Assumption Parish? Evidence of ongoing work beneath the surface? Engineering?

If you engineered a whole new way for one ocean to flow in to another, what would the new currents do for weather and climate? What other changes might be brought on?

Have we been thinking too small and localised on this whole issue at hand?

The info was seeded for a reason.

I brought up the underground river bewteen Japan and the US becasue the idea of storing radioactive waste in these caverns, known to be not the most stable seemed ridiculous. That radio active material is being detected immediately shot my mind over to Fukashima. A flows to B.

The deeeeep drilling off Japan. dropping 'something' in to the aquifer? Another bomb? The forst two didnt work, and resulted in a tsunami. Next ones will be deepest points on the Earth. Reckon that will work?

Cayce's prediction becoming a reality. We are so bloody clever, yet so bloody arrogant and crazy.

Be nice if just for once, those who watch, and are in the know, would just say 'waay wrong' or 'keep going sunshine'..

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22434129



I LOVE this post !

Yes I remember all the things you mention being posted and discused in this thread !

Remember that Israeli sub ..
wanting to go IN THE CAVERN ...
but was prevented to do so ...
[sampson-option was mentioned by OP]
other caverns that were COLLAPSED !


Was ^^^THIS also a refer to the TUNNELS and rivers going from the GOM to who-knows-where ???
Did Odessa knew [and the Chin, who's sub was also there] that if that super-fast-new Israeli sub would go IN THERE it could go several places ... so to keep it food they prevented it to enter !

If this SUB could enter that cavern, it must have been HUGE !

Remeber also that story of a woman who's man was declared dead after a sub was missing and never returned from a trip in a cavern ? [there was something of Scorpio in the name of the sub or the case] ... She FELT that her man was NOT DEAD !
According to the thessis above, her man could have gone on a covert mission exploring these "rivers" and labyrinths and could not return coz the "mission" never finished and is still ongoing ....



Yes sweety, it is also connected with certain sinkholes imo ...

The US/JAPAN-river sounds interesting ...
I'll keep it in mind :)


Great thoughts BHD !!!

XXXK
 Quoting: Krispy71


I had forgotten about the cavern's collapsing. Makes sense now eh?

The caverns may well be dissolved salt domes, veins and pillows.

If they are all connected, then they would become one long underwtaer cavern. These may have been used by military for various means, and I think would need to be pressurised to remain stable? Wouldnt they? That would require a loche system I think, otherwise you'd have pressure differences resulting in collapses.

In fact half of waht SQ was commenting on now makes a tonne more sense, including what China was doing on the floor of the Kara sea in the Arctic.

Need to ponder that before commenting more.

Oh so cool to find new meaning in words we have looked over again and again and again. New eyes helps.
 Quoting: BadHairDay




- Submarines missing in tunnels/caves beneath the US:
[link to www.anomalies-unlimited.com]

and : Thread: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine (Page 281)


The article, titled 'CALIFORNIA FLOATS ON OCEAN?', revealed the following:

According to an article entitled "California Floats On Ocean?" in the Fall 1985 edition of Search magazine, a high-ranking but unnamed Naval officer told of the discovery of a huge network of tunnels under portions of the west coast of the U.S. He said that U.S. nuclear submarines had explored some of these tunnels, which are accessible just off the continental shelf, and had followed them inland for several hundred miles. Here are more highlights of this incredible claim:

What is being passed off as the San Andreas Fault are actually large, unsupported chambers that are in the process of collapsing.
A well-known U.S. Nuclear submarine lost its way in one of the passages and was never heard from again. (Two U.S. nuclear submarines have disappeared under mysterious circumstances - the U.S.S. Thresher and the U.S.S. Scorpion.)

"Some time ago, I heard a man on a TV interview-show briefly mention that parts of California and neighboring states are floating on the Pacific Ocean! He was a high ranking Naval officer on a top- secret nuclear submarine that has been (and is) exploring and mapping these enormous caverns and passage-ways underneath the West for over 10 years now. (...) Williams explains that not "all" of the areas in question are actually "resting" or "floating" on the ocean, however there are allegedly many subterranean cavities below the western U.S., and they are not limited to California, and many of them consist of very large water-filled aqua-systems. These have been explored via nuclear submarines to several hundred miles inland, particularly in the region of southern California and the southern Oregon - northern California area. (...) "5. Some of the caverns (in S. California) are topped with oil while some others are filled with gases believed to approximate our atmosphere (in very ancient times).

You can read an excerpt about The Underground Empire
( Branton -- File No. 008 )
[confessions of the high ranking Naval officer on a top- secret nuclear submarine that has been (and is) exploring and mapping these enormous caverns and passage-ways]
here :
[link to lucianarchysoriginalopenminds.web44.net]



This info above will let you re-think if there is a vast underground sea under California and Nevada with tributary rivers running in various directions,
and if the Pacific Ocean actually underlie the United States ...

There must be an other link in my old resume's about all this with a link with images, but I cant find it right now.
Will be back with it later ;)



- For other info about tunnels and the Ancient Race you could read this thread : Thread: The Secret of Secrets - Tunnels in Bucegi mountains displaying our true history discovered in 2003 (Page 11)
I posted in it too ...



Hope this helped you
and other viewers to understand the tunnel-system and waterways beneath the US, the saltdomes and why Bayou is experiencing this.


xxxK

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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
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1:50 p.m. Update
by assumptionla


John Boudreaux has reported another depth survey has been completed in the center of the sinkhole. A video has been posted on YouTube showing that 750' of cord was used and all 750' went down to bottom. This information has been sent to the Blue Ribbon Commission for there review.



DEPTH WAS 500 feet a day ago.
 Quoting: ancha


At 750 feet there was still no bottom, so it is deeper than 750 feet.

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