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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.
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.
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?)
The Liberty Memorial
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,
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.