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America's Military Base Treasure Rooms

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    Posted: 29-Jul-2017 at 09:27
  I served 2 and one-half years at Camp Lejeune, North carolina.  I have the cancers to prove it.  The water there was bad from 1953 to 1988.  But I don't want you to focus on that aspect.....for one I'd have to change the title to this topic.  But let's stay on this subject of Military bases in America, and let's start with Swamp Lagoon, North Carolina.

  At the New River estuary with the Atlantic Ocean, follpow New River into the bay, and you'll immediately see the shapes and geoglyphs that mark out over 35 Pirate treasure rooms, no doubt there are more than 35.  So, here we have a huge "nest of owls" being protected by thousands of Marines, and, right there at the estuary is Recon.  The first "force" you'll meet when trying to steal these Pirate treasures is Marine Corps Recon.  But Camp Lejeune is just the beginning of this phenomenon where treasure rooms are being protected by Military Bases.

  MCRD (Marine Corps Recruit Depot) Parris Island is another nest of owls.  Same goes for MCRD San Diego.  

  Now, look at the land-locked bases.....same thing occurs...time after time after time.

  How bout those bases the U.S. has around the world???
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  It5's been almost 40 years since my term at Camp Lejeune.  I refused for that time to take any Veterans benefits.....I personally don't feel the taxpayers should be paying for treatments when these Pirate treasure rooms exist all over Camp Lejeune.  But, after hearing the water about the water poison at this death-trap-base, I decided to apply for benefits.

  TOGUS in Augusta, Maine, is the Country's first VA Hospital.  But it didn't start out a hospital for Veterans of the Civil War, it started out a "country club" for Maine's Elite and their friends.  That expains why, when I first went to TOGUS, I noticed the treasure signs that say "there are treasure rooms in this area."  Good ol Abe Lincoln took it from the Elite and turne4d it into the Hospital that it is today.  Same thing happens all throughout American History, where the Elite build in places of high concentrations of treasure rooms (like Jamestown Settlement).

  And speaking of good ol Abe, there is a highway that runs across America, from east to west, and ALL ALONG thisw highway can be found geo's that lead to hundreds of treasure rooms.  This highway is known as HIghway 70, however, Interstate 80 follows the same route (pretty close) in the east as Highway 70.

  ALL highways in America were created for the expeditious transportation of treasure.  Same goes for the RailRoad system.  Same goes for the Lighthouse system.  Same goes for highway signs.....they are ALL in th eshape of the owl, confirming trasure rooms along that route.  Look for these treasure rooms near creeks and rivers and other water sources, water was used as death traps to kill anyone from "outside" who's trying to get into a room.
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  Quote Guests Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29-Jul-2017 at 09:42
  I forgot to mention that once you scan at 1 to 2k on google and spot the shapes and white spots that lead to treasure, then you need to obviously zoom-in to confirm or deny the existence of the shapes.  I know you figured this part out, but still, forgive me.  MY thought patterns are kinda scattered from cancer.
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