posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 01:27 AM
reply to post by KilrathiLG
I lived in the Antelope Valley for over two decades, I assure you it is not godforsaken. For the past few years I have been pointing out that
something is going on in the A.V. (as we call it). It has about 700,000 people and is where Edwards Air Force Base and Skunkworks are. You cannot
understand what is going on if you don't understand the area and it is not just what you saw in the video. The two largest cities are Lancaster and
Palmdale and that is where the infrastructure flows from for the whole area.
If you want to understand what is coming, you need to look at the infrastructure that is being built. The City of Lancaster is changing, it is
preparing for some new growth at a time when it should not be, it was hit very hard by the financial crisis and has a high number of foreclosures.
Yet, millions are being spent building apartments in the downtown, the sewage treatment plant is also being enlarged when no home building is going
on. A freeway is planned between the 14 and the 15 freeways; but, why? The area is also proposed to be a stop for the California Bullet Train and is a
possible home for a Chinese car manufacturere, a solar farm and a wind farm. Hmmm, lots of stuff for a quiet desert area.
As I write this, CalTrans is completing a highway renovation that will ease congestion to the area. The video that was posted does not show the real
AV. Money is coming, something is coming. You might also want to look up the history of the area, gold and silver are in the mountains. Here is one
for you. The Gold Ledge = The Story of Antelope Valley
. If you do enough research
you will come across the Red Rover Mine. Red Rover Mine History
. It has lots of gold and such, it
owned by the United States Government and was closed during the depression. Isn't that odd? LOL.