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Mount Weather!

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posted on May, 23 2004 @ 07:40 PM
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I'm looking for people who have information on this place. I have family that lives within 30 min of Mt. Weather. Am looking for a reason to go up there again. As a child, mid 80's I remember going past there. It was something you did not slow down to look at. Just kept your pace and minded your own business. Now after reading things on this sight. My curiousity has gotten the best of me. If anyone can give me specifics on it, or a reaqson to pass by, giving it a closer look. It will be much appreciated.
I'm only on line once or twice a week these days...so to those of you wondering I'm no spy. I just want to know the truth. All I ave are memories of passing by there as a child on my way to Kings Dominion Park. If anyone can give me a reason to take a closer look. Next time I visit my family in that area, I'll do my best to head in that direction.




posted on May, 25 2004 @ 11:20 AM
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Search on here 'cause there is quite a few mount weather threads and plus there are a few good sites;



Just 46 miles from Washington DC, a mysterious and secretive underground military base exists, located deep inside a mountain near the rural town of Bluemont, Virginia. Here lies Mount Weather, also known as the Western Virginia Office of Controlled Conflict Operations.
In March, 1976, The Progressive Magazine published an astonishing article entitled "The Mysterious Mountain." The author, Richard Pollock, based his investigative report on Senate subcommittee hearings and upon "several off-the-record interviews with officials formerly associated with Mount Weather." His report, and a 1991 article in Time Magazine entitled "Doomsday Hideaway", supply a few compelling hints about what is going on underground.

Ted Gup, writing for Time, describes the base as follows: "Mount Weather is a virtually self-contained facility. Aboveground, scattered across manicured lawns, are about a dozen buildings bristling with antennas and microwave relay systems. An on-site sewage-treatment plant, with a 90,000 gallon-a-day capacity, and two tanks holding 250,000 gallons of water could last some 200 people more than a month; underground ponds hold additional water supplies. Not far from the installation's entry gate are a control tower and a helicopter pad. The mountain's real secrets are not visible at ground level."


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posted on May, 25 2004 @ 12:38 PM
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Knowing our government's policies, when you read about it in Time magazine, they've already got something much bigger and better somewhere else that we don't know about. Mount Weather was never intended to be a long-term hideaway, but a temporary war-room for the President and military chiefs during the Cold War. It was basically to ensure that even if we are taken out, we could still take out our enemies, supposedly to be a deterrent from a sneak attack. It is more likely today that a world war will be controlled from Air Force One and NORAD.



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