Thursday, June 2, 2016

Modern expedition to the Inner Earth (audio)

Dr. Brooks Agnew (Red Ice Radio); Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven, Wisdom Quarterly
Tunneling under the Alps to create a small tunnel relative to those in operation under the U.S. and throughout Europe from Malta to other capitals and under many parts of the world.
(DisclosureTeam) North Pole Inner Earth Expedition 2013 with Dr. Brooks Agnew

DisclosureTeamDr. Brooks A. Agnew grew up in Pasadena, California. He entered the Air Force in 1973, where he graduated top in his class in electronics engineering. He holds a Bachelor's degree in chemistry, a Master's degree in statistics, and a Ph.D. in physics.
The Ark of Millions of Years
Dr. Agnew is a six-time Amazon best-selling author and internationally renowned lecturer on the exploration of the Earth and the physics of the soul. He is also a published theoretical physicist in the field of radio spectroscopy and a multi-patented engineer. 

More importantly, he is the expedition leader of the North Pole Inner Earth Expedition in 2013 to test the hypothesis that planets form as hollow spheres.
He talks about the expedition and what he hopes to discover. There are various mythologies and legends about the Inner Earth, and they are discussed along with our changing consciousness and how the Earth responds to it.
The creation of the Earth has many points of view from across the ages, so many that no one thought there would ever be one work that explains it all. Until now. The Ark of Millions of Years by Dr. Agnew and E.J. Clark, is an ancient title here compiled and decoded from many schools of thought... More

Tunnel under Swiss Alps now completed

Gotthard dual tunnel system, Swiss Alps
The Gotthard Base Tunnel (GBT) is a railway tunnel in the heart of the Swiss Alps expected to open in 2016.

With a route length of 57 km (35.4 mi) and a total of 151.84 km (94.3 mi) of tunnels, shafts, and passages, it surpasses the Seikan Tunnel in Japan [but pales in comparison to the much longer secret high speed rail tunnels under the US].

The project has two single-track tunnels as part of the AlpTransit project, aka the New Railway Link through the Alps (NRLA), which includes the Lötschberg Base Tunnel between Bern and Valais and the Ceneri Base Tunnel (scheduled to open in 2019).

It bypasses the Gotthardbahn, a winding mountain route opened in 1882 across the Saint-Gotthard Massif. The total cost of the project is 9.8 billion Swiss francs (US $10.3 billion).

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