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Missouri and Google earth

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posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 11:02 PM
I have been thinking of doing this thread for quite sometime. I have a friend that lives there and she is always telling me about different strange things she has noticed living in Missouri.

One day while on Google earth I noticed Missouri is the only state in the country that is 100% mapped by satellite on Google earth.

Oregon looks at first glance like it is but it has some pretty big gaps when you look closer.

Missouri on the other hand is covered border to border 100%.

Why Missouri? It does not seem to have any strategic value and is not nearly as populated as a lot of other states. I get the feeling its important to the PTB for some reason. It is centrally located and if you look at all the underground tunnel system theories it could be that all those tunnels lead to Missouri? On Google earth it sticks out like a soar thumb even zoomed out.

Tell me what you think.

posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 11:24 PM
How goes it Lone. It may be that there is nothing of real importants to be seen from the satellites maps. Or it could simply be the first state that is completely mapped. Although it is strange for there to be only one state completed. I wonder if you buy the paid subscriptions if more of the maps are available or clear to you. Come to think of it that my be their advertisement state.

edited for serious grammatical brain fart

[edit on 24-1-2009 by Ant4AU]

posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 11:35 PM
perhaps you could share some of the strange things your friend experienced? I lived in springfield, mo for a while and experienced some high strangeness myself.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 12:32 AM

Originally posted by Ant4AU
I wonder if you buy the paid subscriptions if more of the maps are available or clear to you. Come to think of it that my be their advertisement state.

Good point, does anyone reading this have a paid subscription?

reply to post by woodtiger

I will try and remember some of them. One night during a thunderstorm she could hear the sounds of jets flying by seemingly from just above the cloud cover. Then there is the old Amtrack station some think it will be a distribution center for relocating people in a FEMA round up. One of the world trade centers are there and is a twin tower. Here is a Google earth close up view. Also another friend of mine (antar) posted a thread about uncovering some kind of paranormal portal there.

All those school shootings which in my opinion were for fear conditioning. You have to even fear your children, let alone strangers or "domestic terrorists: (future revolutionaries?). The reason I bring that up is this school I am going to upload a picture of. It looks like a gun...a German WWll Rugar in fact.

[edit on 24-1-2009 by LoneGunMan]

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 12:47 AM
The sound of jets could just be some long drawn out thunder. I have heard that sound myself a few times and often thought it may be a tornado. Or it could be, I may be stretching it here, jets collecting data from the storm. I know it’s a stretch. The rest have no idea about. The shape of the school is definitely odd.

[edit on 24-1-2009 by Ant4AU]

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 12:50 AM
WFT that school is a gun! Are you sure its not that one transformer that turned into a gun and was the evil leader?

Can you clarify the twin tower thing? is it a copy of the world trade center?

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 01:05 AM
There are certainly some strange things there. There was a post I read a few weeks back about the Associated Wholesale Grocers warehouse, which I thought was weird because I worked right down the road from there. Here are two links that would support the underground hub idea:

The first one says it "goes to a depth of 100 feet" yeah right. There are sinkholes in southern missouri deeper than that. The funny thing is, I found these two links almost immediately after moving up there. I am a musician and was looking for the "underground" scene. LOL

I moved up there from Louisiana after Katrina, and the second winter there, Springfield experienced the worst ice storm in 20 years! I was out of power longer from the ice storm, than from Katrina. The funny thing is, those ice storms seem to move up and down the I-44 corridor. Tulsa was hit the next year, and I think St. Louis also.

Springfield, more than any other town I have been to, has the greatest concentration of Christian fundamentalists, porn shops, strip clubs and package liquor stores that I have seen in what is for the most part a rural setting. My experience of Springfield is that it is a living MK Ultra experiment.

Now to the good stuff. On a lead from an unnamed source, I researched a little town called Lampe. If this is not the portal your friend discovered, then it is definitely another one. Strange things are afoot at the Lampe.
Turns out there is (was) an ampitheatre out IN THE MIDDLE OF NO WHERE (the DIRT road it is on is not even marked) that people like Ozzy Osbourne and Alice in Chains would play rock shows. WTF? This is nothing in the middle of nowhere, 30 miles west of Branson, the country capital of the midwest. When I asked my production manager about the Swiss Villa, his response was one of surprise, then he checked himself. Yeah, he knew the owner of the place. So riding around Lampe, checking things out, you see property signs like "Lizard Ridge" and "J's Dragon Acres". Cool, right?

Then I found a story about Cathy O'Brien and her terrible situation and she mentions Lampe, MO. Not far from Lampe is Blue Eye. (HORUS?)
Apparently, there was some sort of CIA Near Death Trauma Center out there by the lakes, according to her story. Interestingly, during my time there, I met someone who actually went to the Ozzy concert at Swiss Villa. He said at one point in the show, the band levitated. Of course I can't vouch for his state of mind at the time.

I also posted something earlier this evening about my experience there:
(it should be the last response in the thread)

Hope sharing these experiences helps, I'm still sorting it all out.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 01:35 AM

Originally posted by LoneGunMan

Why Missouri? It does not seem to have any strategic value and is not nearly as populated as a lot of other states. I get the feeling its important to the PTB for some reason. It is centrally located and if you look at all the underground tunnel system theories it could be that all those tunnels lead to Missouri? On Google earth it sticks out like a soar thumb even zoomed out.

Tell me what you think.

One thing Kansas City is suppose to be the central hub, for the super highway from Mexico.
The hiway will span thousands of miles, and be 1200ft. wide, with happy Mexican truck drivers.

The super sea port in Mexico has already been approved, and if you google earth, you can see it's a straight shot from ocean to KC. This is all flat land too.
The shipping containers will not be opened until they reach KC, from there the other highways will connect to Canada and the rest of the U.S.

I can see this being picked for central location, I don't know but would guess Kansas City is not over built, easy to expand.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 01:43 AM
reply to post by whoshotJR

Nooo Megatron is a Walther P38. You are unworthy of the name Decepticon!

I heard a similar thing with the planes last year on January 28th and 29th. It sounded like 3 fighter jets in a row streaking over my house, at 6:40am, 6:41, and 6:43. And again the next day on the 29th at 1:16am.
It may be normal to Americans because there are so many army bases, but to us non-militarised countries it is abnormal for sure.

And again, 3 days ago, Jan 20th I saw something I considered starting a thread on. I usually go on late night walks because Im an insomniac. So Im out at 6am and its still pitch black out. I walk past some nearby schools and I hear a helicopter. I look for it, and then spot some red light in the distance. As it flies over me I can see its silhouette and it is clearly a plane, but it sounds distinctly like a helicopter! I look in the distance and see another light just like previous, and think oh THAT must be the helicopter. The plane I saw first disappears over the school Im beside. It comes out into view and I see it has changed course. It is heading downtown. I look in its direction and see 2 more lights. So there are 4 helicopters/planes. The furthest one I could make out seemed to be going back and forth, and then headed upwards and left. The one furthest right seemed to be doing asimilar thing, and left to the right as well. The third was in line with something that looked like a bright star I could see between some trees, and the plane crossing the school was going towards it as well.
So basically I watched until the 2 planes (distance and furthest right) left, then I started leaving, and I saw the plan that had streaked from far behind me, over the school, and changed course toward the tree line was heading back where it had come from, behind me. What a waste of gas. And now the bright star was gone. Huh.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 01:55 AM
Missouri here. Seen a few strange things heard stories about stranger things. Mainly UFO stuff. Some of your standard Bigfoot off shoots (Missouri Mo Mo). Some caves in town (St.Joseph) that were sealed off due to over use and animal sacrifices by some sort of occult group. Heard a story that in the 70's in Kansas City they found a couple of old mafia cars with guns and money in them in some underground tunnels.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 01:59 AM
I highly doubt that this has anything to do with it, but you may or may not know that before Roswell, there was a UFO crash in Cape Girardeau Mo. in 1941. If I am not mistaken it crashed in the field of a Reverend Huffman. I am sure you could google for more info. Also, if I am remembering the story, the granddaughter claimed that her grandfather had a photo of a dead alien.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 02:02 AM
reply to post by Greenize

Also a reported crash around the same time as the roswell crash here in St.Joseph. The only information I can find on it is the date of the crash and that it happened here. If anyone else can find something else out about it that would be great.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 02:20 AM
Just guessing but the cold war era comes to mind, MO. was is the grande tamale of old nuclear launch sites, most likely very well surveyed for that alone.
When I was younger, oh 30 years ago, it was comon to be out in a field "playing" and found one, these things were everywhere!
Plus just simple physics it is tha absolute middle, last place to get hit!
But the first to be aimed at!

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 02:27 AM
Im in Rolla Missouri, right smack in the middle. I know there are many caves fact we have several on our property. I dont know if you remember that movie, about the asteroid hitting earth? They chose only certain people to take into the lime mines, caves, that would live, well that was in Missouri. Of course, it's only a movie, right? Or is it.
I also seem to remember hearing something about George Washingtons dream he had of a golden triangle in the united states. If I'm not mistaken it had something to do with the safe place when chaos broke out, and Missouri was in that safety golden triangle..

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 05:12 AM
I am from Northern Arkansas and there are many strange things going on in this part of the country. Southern Missouri & Northern Arkansas are magical areas. Remember the Stateline is something we created. I'm not at all suprised by the "Levitation" comment about Ozzy's band levitating. There are many gravity anomolies located in this part of the country. Literally there are areas in certain parts of "The Woods" that rocks, sticks, and things will be levitating until they drift out of the anomoly and will leave rings and spiral shaped debris clusters on the ground. (Ever seen the X-Men Movie?) These areas are usually associated with Native American sacred sites. It also has to do with musical tones/frequecies that can generate and affect these fields. SO if Ozzy's band was playing in a specific Key (Notified by the locals who are usually musically astute), then YES they if fact could have begun levitating. There's place near Cushman Arkansas that have caves linking into the underground systems many creatures use. (Seen Hellboy, Harry Potter, Ect)

There are many things in this world that exist and many magical places that us "Southerners" and "Country Folk" know about and keep to ourselves. It's not to keep secrets it's about keeping things sacred. If I gave you the locations of these places then many people would come in and destroy it. It's what always happens. If I gave you the whereabouts of Bigfoot's cave then someone would go and try to capture it or kill it.

It's this same principle that Freemasons and Secret society's use to guard their secrets. "I reveal my mysteries to those I see fit" "Do not throw pearls to the swine"...ect, ect, ect. The stereotype is that Country people are backwards, less educated, ect, ect. Well the same applied to the Pagans...the word Pagan means "Country Dweller". Now all these new age gurus and crackpots are making money and corrupting the true nature of many of the teachings that they learned and perfected throughout many centuries. It's the nature of the other worlds that exists to hide themselves from ignorant infringing idiots. A Freemason could tell you the most sacred secret of all, but you will not understand it at all. It's like trying to teach a dog calculus, doesn't work.

How the hell does an off the rack culture, gimmie, gimmie, gimmie, now, now, now, X-Box button punching monkeys come into the light of day and begin to see what really is going on? "When the student is ready the teacher will come", "There is nothing hidden that will not be revealed", "Knowledge is mallible, Truth is eternal", "A Posse, Ad Esse" The big secret is the "Law of Attraction" where your focus goes everything will attact itself to it. If you focus on negative stuff negative things will happen, if you focus on the beautiful positive things then the same will happen in correspondence. Anyone who thinks different will attract to themselves doubt and will continue wandering in the dark.

I will throw one really neat place out there. It is located in the woods of northern Arkansas, one of the magical places I will tell people about is called "Pedastal Rocks" it is a state park. I leave it to you to look it up and most will weed themselves out by proxy laziness. Also ensure you take a snake-bite kit and snake proof boots with you. Stepped on a 8 ft Eastern Diamondback there when I was 8, country boy can survive though. This may weed out the afraid and those with week constitutions, are you starting to see how this works? Nature weeds out the dumb, slow, lazy, unready creatures and secures it's most sacred things for those who are truly prepared. Ever seen a disected cow bleeding from the top of a 60 ft Oak tree? Must be the mountain lions.

If anyone wants to contact me my email is as follows, (I know we're not supposed to put it on here, but it's an anonymous reply and it's a govt computer so I can't log in.)

From the start/first letter of the post:

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 10:37 AM
I think you are overlooking something that you mentioned in the other thread in regards to this...

It is centrally located in the US. Having some limited experience in photogrammetry, I can say with reasonable certainty that this is due to the fact that the imagery is more crisp and clear in the center of the "photo" and starts getting choppy as it moves outward.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 10:42 AM

Originally posted by woodtiger

Then I found a story about Cathy O'Brien and her terrible situation and she mentions Lampe, MO. Not far from Lampe is Blue Eye. (HORUS?)

Lots of good information you gave. I have been doing some research for the past hour and have uncovered a LOT. NO time right now to post it all but here is some, that concurs with what you said about the Eye of Horus.

The Liberty Memorial

Wiki link

Among other landscaping, its grounds include two large sphinx sculptures, the centerpiece 217-foot (66 m) tower, and the museums around and under the tower. Commensurate with the memorial's congressional designation as the "national" memorial and museum, a new, much larger museum opened in 2006 beneath the main memorial to form a huge museum complex. [snip] The design of the building is typical of the federal-type buildings of the era and is designed in the classical Egyptian Revival style of architecture with a limestone exterior. [snip] At night, the top of the memorial tower emits steam illuminated by bright orange lights. This effect creates the illusion of a burning pyre and can be seen for some distance. However, due to budget cuts in the city, the "Eternal Flame" has been shutdown.

Missouri State Capitol

The Capitol's dome, rising 238 feet (73 m) above ground level and topped by a bronze statue of Ceres, goddess of vegetation,

They claim its the Roman Goddess of vegetation, but when you follow that link it also gives the Greek version of this Goddess.

In European mythology, Ceres can refer to: * Ceres (Roman mythology), the Roman goddess. * Ceres (Greek mythology), the Greek demonesses.

In Greek mythology, the Ceres (Κῆρες; singular: Cer Κήρ) were female death-spirits. The Keres were daughters of Nyx, and as such the sisters of Fate (Moirae), Doom (Moros), Death and Sleep (Thanatos and Hypnos), Strife (Eris), Old Age (Geras), Divine Retribution (Nemesis), Charon, and other personifications. Some, such as Cicero who calls them by a Latin name, Tenebrae, or the Darknesses, name them daughters of Erebus and Nyx.

This barely scratches the surface. More later.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 10:43 AM
Whiteman AFB. Our extensive caves systems as previously mentioned.
Oh and the fact "I" live here...

[edit on 24-1-2009 by antar]

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 10:51 AM
reply to post by Yummy Freelunch

I live in St. Charles County, Missouri and for some reason that area is referred to as the golden triangle. I was told it got that name because of rapid growth potential. It's west of Saint Louis.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 10:59 AM
I think the term "golden triangle" applies to areas of potential growth, as the above poster stated.

Synonymous with planning terms like "path of progress" and things of this nature. Planning commissions like to use those terms.

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