posted on Nov, 21 2009 @ 08:37 PM
Don't know any hearsay on it, but I DO know that the Uncle Sam has been buying up land in a chain in the east valley of the Kittatinny Mtn's which
border NJ/PA. These mountains become the Shawangunk Mtns in NY and the trend of gov't land purchasing continues up there too. We're talking nearly a
40 to 50 mile swath. One farm acreage after another. It began in the 60's with the eminent domain siezure of hundreds of thousands of acres of land
in NJ near Port Jervis, NY for the purpose of building a huge reservoir. They took the land and destroyed structures and claimed roads...but they
never built the reservoir. Instead, military intallations were built and trucks and similar vehicles were brought in. They still use it to this day.
Occasionally state route 209 is closed down in the park known as the Delaware Water Gap (a national park). Ok, this part IS hearsay...but it's from a
reliable source: My former boss on the survey crew on which I worked. He said when the section of highway was closed, military vehicles were seen
coming and going for days until the road reopened. Anyway, I do know through my own eyes, that the gov't has bought land connecting a chain from the
former "reservoir" lands, all the way up to the area near Kingston, NY. The swatch generally follows the Wallkill River which flows from NJ to the
Kingston area...and I might add that it's one of the few rivers in the world including the Nile which flows from South to North. Ponder THAT.
Here are some other facts about these lands:
1. The gov't tried to build a supercollider (atom smasher/proton accelerator) here in 1987. They lost a land battle with the residents, ANOTHER
attempt at eminent domain. WHOA! Ponder that too...
2. The area has been a frequent UFO hotspot for decades.
3. The gov't has built all kinds of underground structures nearby in NJ, including old ICBM sites.
4. Verizon service does not work in the Delaware Water Gap area as you cross the PA/NJ/NY border within typical tower range of the military
installations. Verizon is by the way owned by VODAPHONE, a Birtish company. Ponder that. Maybe Uncle Sam doesn't like foreign competition.
5. The area is also the site of many old Indian legends...like the Thunderbird, a mysterious bird that rumbles through the sky...and other winged
6. The area has some of the most fertile farmland in the Northeast. It is known as the Blackdirt Country, and is the bed for the famous onions farms
and the iconic "Jersey Tomato". Now if I wanted to create a place where my people could sustain themselves, what better place than a place where the
soil can yield a mega-harvest of staple crops? The gov't owns thousands of acres of FORMER PRIVATE FARMS in this area. Hmmm....
Ok... Ponder on.