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Untersberg - The Mystery Mountain

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posted on Jan, 17 2011 @ 07:49 AM
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Originally posted by AdAstra
Water really is a fantastic conductor for electricity, we all know that.

No, water, specially drinking water, is not even a good conductor, any metal is millions of times better than water.




posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 01:20 AM
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Originally posted by ArMaP
No, water, specially drinking water, is not even a good conductor, any metal is millions of times better than water.


Plug in your hair dryer, take a bath, then drop in the hair dryer... report back to us on whether or not water is a good conductor



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 07:51 AM
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Originally posted by zorgon
Plug in your hair dryer, take a bath, then drop in the hair dryer... report back to us on whether or not water is a good conductor

No need for that, that would only result on a wet hair drier and the need to reset the residual current circuit breaker.


And human beings are even worse conductors than water.



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 09:46 AM
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Well it appears I've arrived late to this thread, 66 pages later and here I am. It seems the discussion is now talking about water's conductivity.
Either way, I wanted to thank the poster for this thread, I'm very fascinated with mountains and their mysteries, along with the hollow earth theory and what-not. I would love to visit this mountain!



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 09:52 AM
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Originally posted by daddymax
Kind of off the subject...but kind of related. A year or so back, I was watching a show on the travel channel(probably) about the 10 strangest spots on Earth. There was a story about a hermit that created amazing feats of stone work by himself. The reason this sticks out in my mind is that the commentator was standing by this 30 ton, rectangular, horizontal stone block in a channel. He and his staff, like 6 or 7 men total, were pushing this block as hard as they could. Nada. Then the commentator went a few feet away to a much smaller stone block, angled it towards the large stone, and walked over to it, and pushed it with ONE finger...the large stone spun like a top.

The story was that the hermit has figured out how to harness the lay lines/magnetic lines, and utilize them to create these unbelievable works of stone by himself...

Does anyone know this story? If so, was it around this area, or could there be any correlation?


It sounds like you're talking about the Coral Castle. The man was from Europe but moved to Florida, built the coral castle there.



posted on Jan, 27 2011 @ 08:55 AM
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Thank you, White Eagle. That's nice to hear. :-)

Water appears to be much more mysterious than just the sum of its components and its role as a vital nourishing substance.
It is disheartening that so many hardcore technicists, which are the majority in mainstream science, cannot grasp this concept. (Or any concept foreign to them, basically.) By "concept" I mean the simple fact that it IS more mysterious than it appears to be under a microscope.
The sad case of Jacques Beneveniste says it all. It is strange, isn't it, how a highly respected scientist suddenly can "lose his mind" and become a kook and a charlatan overnight?

Anyway, I think you're right and water definitely could be playing some ancillary role in the Untersberg anomalies, amplifying whatever there is to amplify.



posted on Jan, 27 2011 @ 09:09 AM
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Just got a book in the mail called "among the gnomes" written about the stories and folklore of untersberg. It's looking like it's going to be pretty interesting, a nice short read. I'll report back here when I'm done, perhaps some new insight awaits..



posted on Jan, 27 2011 @ 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by skylightsintheillions
Just got a book in the mail called "among the gnomes" written about the stories and folklore of untersberg. It's looking like it's going to be pretty interesting, a nice short read. I'll report back here when I'm done, perhaps some new insight awaits..


i know this book. a small book and a big story? i think so.
the author has been a man with a big esoteric knowledge. look here (sorry its german):
de.wikipedia.org...
in my actual manuscript i wrote something about him.
he has arranged a freemason group in bad reichenhall (i hope, i have correct translate "freimaurer" ?) - a city besides the mountain.
and he must have some occult knowledge - also about untersberg.
and so - i assume - that the story is not only fiction. you find a noteworthy place there:
the hole of the dragon on the eastside of the mountain.
he writes about lightness creatures and dwarfs.
the dwarfs exists also today. really! some people have approved this.
and the dragons will come back....
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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 10:31 AM
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Yes it's a small book that is intriguing even to hold. I'm very much excited to read it. I figure there will be some true knowledge mixed in with the fictional story of it all, very interesting and awesome.
Didn't know anything about the author however...gotta look him up.



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 07:05 PM
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WOW this was excellent information I could sink my teeth into. Hitler.....don't condone what he did not a big fan in that regard, but WOW if you know anything about the man: what a facinating mind he had indeed! In so much of my own research into finding the truths etc he has come up again and again, and has paved the way for much of it!



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 01:32 AM
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.......the dwarfs exists also today. really! some people have approved this.


White Eagle - Do you have any details of recent sightings or stories about the dwarfs? And by recent i mean something like the last 5 years.

Are there any eye-witness reports, or do you mean that people still "believe" in the dwarfs nowadays, but haven't seen anything.

I would be very interested if people have SEEN something recently......



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 03:30 AM
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Originally posted by BlueOrb

.......the dwarfs exists also today. really! some people have approved this.


White Eagle - Do you have any details of recent sightings or stories about the dwarfs? And by recent i mean something like the last 5 years.

Are there any eye-witness reports, or do you mean that people still "believe" in the dwarfs nowadays, but haven't seen anything.

I would be very interested if people have SEEN something recently......


yes, i have reports about sigthings in the last years.
for example:
little people in the near of the church of feldkirchen in former morning.
it is one of the 12 churches of the lazarus-myth.

or sightings in großgmain or near grödig - all places of the 12 churches.
but - please, no more details before releasing my book. sorry!



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 04:48 AM
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www.sammler.net...

money from untersberg?
no, only a coin for collectors....



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 05:12 AM
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Originally posted by ArMaP

Originally posted by AdAstra
Water really is a fantastic conductor for electricity, we all know that.

No, water, specially drinking water, is not even a good conductor, any metal is millions of times better than water.


Water is a terrible electrical conductor.

The impurities and contaminates such as salts and minerals is actually what make water conductive...the purer the water, the less conductive it is.



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 02:17 PM
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this is a very nice thread. took me like 1 month to read all the posts but its worth it



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 09:10 PM
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Originally posted by BlueOrb
One further question - The Allies secured the Area around the Obersalzberg in May 1945, after a considerable aerial bombardment. Hitler's Berghof, along with many other buildings were significantly damaged. The Bergoh was finally blown up in 1952, seven years later, and all traces of it removed (supposedly, although bits remain), to avoid it becoming a shrine.
The Americans then held on to the Obersalzberg area (which is basically the side of a hill/mountain), using some of the remainign buildings for "leisure facilities" for US troops, finally handing it back to the local authorities in 1995. This possession, of course, also includes the underground network of bunkers and tunnels, many of which are still not open to the public.

The question therefore, would be: "What was so special about this area that the US held onto it for 50 years after the end of WWII? Surely not just so that troops had somewhere to go skiing......


Is it just me or does the USA occupy areas of interest more often than not, you can look at several cases throughout history, most recent known of is Iraq, where it has been linked to ancient myths, just strikes me as odd...



posted on Feb, 20 2011 @ 01:33 AM
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Yeah - struck me as odd too, which is the point of my post. Iraq could be about a Stargate, so it seems, or at least some kind of ancient secret (or could it be about controlling the oil supply?!
). My thoughts at the time were that maybe the Untersberg / Obersalzberg area was connected to time travel in some way, due to the magnetic anomolies in the area.It lies on a convergence of telluric currents, and i am sure the Berghof are is in the middle of a positive and negative, being the mountains in front and behind it.

Having said that, they handed it back to the Germans in 1995, so maybe it's nothing after all.......



posted on Feb, 20 2011 @ 09:20 AM
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If you love this story about the Untersberg, don't miss the thread titled:

Enigmantic Discovery in 2003 in the Bucegi mountains Romania...Linked to underground world,hidden kn

"Mysterious Energy in Bucegi Mountains.

These are some of the things happening there:

Bucegii are considered by specialists a powerful energy point. The place is claimed by yogis and seers. Hypotheses have been issued regarding the existence of underground galleries, divining tests were done. Research has shown that the area is filled with more energy than any of Romania. Traian Trufin, museum conservator at the Museum "Cezar Petrescu" in logs, journalist and researcher of strange phenomena which he witnessed, tried to find some explanation."

Be sure to get past the OP regarding giants and David Icke....the thread is more about the mountain and it anomalies. If you enjoy the Untersberg you'll enjoy the story of the Bucegi Mountains.

I was surprised I hadn't seen BlueOrb, Vanitas, Zorgon or Skyfloating posting over there...so I wanted to make sure you didn't miss it.



posted on Feb, 20 2011 @ 11:39 AM
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Oh sure... just what I need more work


lots of mod action in that thread... yikes



posted on Feb, 21 2011 @ 02:07 AM
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Originally posted by Julie Washington
If you love this story about the Untersberg, don't miss the thread titled:

Enigmantic Discovery in 2003 in the Bucegi mountains Romania...Linked to underground world,hidden kn

"Mysterious Energy in Bucegi Mountains.

These are some of the things happening there:

Bucegii are considered by specialists a powerful energy point. The place is claimed by yogis and seers. Hypotheses have been issued regarding the existence of underground galleries, divining tests were done. Research has shown that the area is filled with more energy than any of Romania. Traian Trufin, museum conservator at the Museum "Cezar Petrescu" in logs, journalist and researcher of strange phenomena which he witnessed, tried to find some explanation."

Be sure to get past the OP regarding giants and David Icke....the thread is more about the mountain and it anomalies. If you enjoy the Untersberg you'll enjoy the story of the Bucegi Mountains.

I was surprised I hadn't seen BlueOrb, Vanitas, Zorgon or Skyfloating posting over there...so I wanted to make sure you didn't miss it.


very interesting news!
many similar facts of both mountains:
powerful enery point
underground galleries (see the myths of untersberg)
giants (see the myth of giant abfalter)
giants as a element of a occult former civilization
hidden humans
and something with tibet and egypt

will there be a connection between this mountains?
ley lines?
the unknown civilization?
the energies?



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