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Does anyone have info on China lake base?

 
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10/30/2008 08:42 PM
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Does anyone have info on China lake base?
I live on the Ca/Nv border (PahrumP) and when I walk towards the Ca Mountains I always here this weird sound almost like approaching aircraft but, the sound never increase or decreases and I never see any aircraft. I know China lake is on the other side of the Mountains but, not real close....
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10/30/2008 09:15 PM
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Re: Does anyone have info on China lake base?
I would think it's somethin from Nellis.
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10/30/2008 09:23 PM
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Re: Does anyone have info on China lake base?
I've read some interesting stuff on the internet about it. I won't say cuz - who knows if it is true. Just do some research - re - hidden base in mt.
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10/30/2008 09:28 PM
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Re: Does anyone have info on China lake base?
I have read about that base, too. It is NOT a place you want to visit. Horrible things go on there underground, according to the reports. It's hard to believe that Mengele stuff goes on in America.
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10/30/2008 09:30 PM
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Re: Does anyone have info on China lake base?
The following is an extract from the excellent and thoroughly researched book Underground Bases and Tunnels: What is the Government Trying to Hide? by Richard Sauder Phd.

I downloaded a pdf version of the book from a torrent site and it gives detailed illustrations of the blueprints for the China Lake base which were originally devised in the 60s (I think).


"...I would reemphasize at this juncture that I do not
know whether or not any of the cavities discussed in this
Army Corps of Engineers document, including the one near
Trona, California, were ever excavated. Clearly, a great
deal of care and time was invested in this planning study;
whether that care and planning translated into actual
construction I do not know. I would note, however, that
the projected Trona, California site lies just inside the
boundary of the China Lake Naval Weapons Center, which
has long been rumored to be the site of a massive
underground installation. While I cannot speak to the truth
of the rumor, I nevertheless find it suggestive that in 1964
the Army Corps of Engineers published a document that
sets out in some detail a plan to construct a large, deep
underground cavity at that location.
I know from direct experience that at least one U.S.
Army facility does exist.
The U.S. Army operates a facility in the northern
Virginia town of Warrenton. A reported underground
bunker known as the U.S. Army Warrenton Training
Center, this very secretive installation is supposedly a
Federal Relocation Center for an unknown agency.20 In
fact, when I visited the area in the summer of 1992 I
decided that there may possibly be two such sites. There
are two U.S. Army facilities there, one on Rt. 802 and the
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Underground Bases and Tunnels
other on Bear Wallow Road, on Viewtree Mountain. One
facility is "Station A" and the other is "Station B". Both have
signs out front saying "Warrenton Training Center."
When asked about local, underground installations,
the person who gave directions to these facilities said that
Station B is believed to be a computing and communications
facility (this may well be true, judging by the large
antennae towering overhead and the AT&T microwave
facility located in a field to the rear). He then added, "but
no one knows what goes on at Station A." Unfortunately, if
the actions of the guard on duty at Station A when I visited
are any indication the Army does not want anyone to find
out, either.
As I attempted to snap a photo of the gate area from
my car the guard sprang into action and bounded toward
me waving his arms and angrily shouting, "No!"
Somewhat taken aback at his reaction, which seemed
out of all proportion to an innocent snapshot of a
government facility, I asked him, "Why not? I'm on a public
right-of-way."
He replied even more forcefully, "Because I said so!"
As he spoke those words, three other security personnel
standing just inside the gate began to move toward me.
Suddenly feeling very much as if I had abruptly been
stripped of citizenship in a democratic republic and had
crossed over unaware into some grim netherworld ruled by
military decree I gave up trying to take a picture and drove
away.
Peering through the fence at the back of the
installation I did notice that at Station A there are
massively thick power cables that descend utility poles
from large electrical transformers and disappear
underground."

"SITE 3- INYO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. Access via inclined
shaft. The five potential sites are located in the Argus
Mountains and near the town of Darwin. The report says
the two most important locations, from the standpoint of
geological conditions that are favorable for constructing a
large, underground cavity, are sites D and E. Site D is 4
miles due west of Darwin; Site E is several miles northwest
of Trona, directly under Argus Peak. This is a few miles
inside the boundary of the China Lake Naval Weapons
Center."
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"I would reemphasize at this juncture that I do not
know whether or not any of the cavities discussed in this
Army Corps of Engineers document, including the one near
Trona, California, were ever excavated. Clearly, a great
deal of care and time was invested in this planning study;
whether that care and planning translated into actual
construction I do not know. I would note, however, that
the projected Trona, California site lies just inside the
boundary of the China Lake Naval Weapons Center, which
has long been rumored to be the site of a massive
underground installation. While I cannot speak to the truth
of the rumor, I nevertheless find it suggestive that in 1964
the Army Corps of Engineers published a document that
sets out in some detail a plan to construct a large, deep
underground cavity at that location."
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10/30/2008 09:34 PM
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Re: Does anyone have info on China lake base?
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10/30/2008 09:39 PM
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Re: Does anyone have info on China lake base?
Additional info on China Lake Naval Weapons test centre. The following is extracted from The Dulce Book, a free ebook, which can be downloaded in pdf form from various websites (just google The Dulce Book).

"...One time he saw a door open to a room in one of these tunnels and he could see a very
tall alien standing next to two men in white lab coats. He thought this alien was all of nine
feet tall. He claims that he saw two grey aliens inside a hangar at China Lake one day
when he went back inside the hanger after finishing his work to retrieve a tool that he had
left behind. Joe was always telling me fantastic stories, yet he seemed very sincere. I
never knew whether to believe him."

"...Pam and I were introduced to an abductee named Diane a few years ago. Diane lives over
in the Apple Valley area. She had ongoing alien encounters since she was a child. As she
grew older, she started experiencing abductions by humans that took her to underground
facilities. One of these underground facilities she believed was located at China Lake Naval
Weapons test center (just west of the Panamint Range and Death Valley - Branton). She
was taken down to lower levels in an elevator. Her description of this elevator matched the
description given by a man named Thomas of an elevator in use at the Dulce facility."
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10/30/2008 09:50 PM
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Re: Does anyone have info on China lake base?
I thinking that undeground base continues east toward Nevada well past its official limits..
Enaid

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10/30/2008 10:00 PM
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Re: Does anyone have info on China lake base?
I thinking that undeground base continues east toward Nevada well past its official limits..
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Just think they could be right underneath us...


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Re: Does anyone have info on China lake base?
I would think it's somethin from Nellis.
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Yes, as Pahrump is nowhere near China Lake. China Lake is around Ridgecrest, CA