The facts that have been brought to light in this thread have been circling around in my mind for quite a while now. But today a piece of this puzzle came to light, and then I made a sickening realization. First things first. I was looking at the picture I took of the symbol hanging from the top of the gate to the ranch.
If you look a little closely you will see that there is a line surrounding the letter "C" in the picture, like a rope. At the bottom of the circle
there are several strands hanging down. This made me realize that the symbol is a cartouche, like the ones used in ancient Egypt. And only royalty was
allowed to use these symbols. So its an illuminati symbol, a disc with wings, with a cartouche in the center. Does that have any significance to
The second thing is something that has been bothering me for quite some time now. It is this entrance to the ranch. It is a private road, clearly
marked to not tresspass (with a big cartouche hanging over the entrance), and happens to be the only road that leads to a part of Camp Hero I have
been unable to access. Then a thought occurred to me.
Ranches are fun! It gives you just such a nice and warm feeling when you walk into one. Lots of fun on a ranch. The only problem with this theory is
that, in over 30 years here on the island, I have never seen a ranch. This place looks like it is more suited to the south west USA than Montauk.
Sure there are farms here. And on the north shore there are rich people who like to ride horses. And I will admit, there may well be more similar
ranches here, I admit I havent covered the entire area. But some questions nag me:
How does the military reach the GATR? Only by helicopter I would think if there is only a privately owned road leading to the GATR. But then something
occurred to me. The ranch loks inviting. Perhaps they teach that to the spooks in brainwashing 101. Preston Nichols said that they were abducting
children out to Montauk. And I had the sickening realization a little while ago. Maybe they still are??? Maybe when they abduct a child, bringing them
on to a friendly looking ranch is to put the abductees minds at ease? I only half believed the stories of the Montauk boys and girls, but this
realization I had felt like all the pieces of a puzzle coming together. I feel ill.