January 6, 2013
Scientology’s Secret Bunker: The “Alien Space Cathedral” There are some odd beliefs out there… but who am I to judge? Who knew so many people wanted to seek safety under ground?
In the New Mexico desert lies an allegedly secret Scientology
installation that includes a huge message for extraterrestrials — a crop
circle-type design that can only easily be seen from high above the
Scientologists have constructed an enormous underground “space alien
cathedral” near Roswell in the United States, according to a BBC
John Sweeney, who has dedicated much of his career to investigating
the secretive church, describes the multi-million dollar facility in his
new book, Church of Fear
The controversial Church of Scientology
was founded in 1952 by writer L. Ron Hubbard, and promotes the concept that humans are immortal beings with reincarnated souls.
The religion, which believes a sinister extraterrestrial being called
Xenu brought billions of people (immortal beings with reincarnated
souls?) to earth in spaceships similar to DC8 airliners, operates a
giant underground base hidden deep within the New Mexico desert.
The base is reportedly home to a huge underground bunker, built in
the 1980′s and strong enough to withstand a nuclear holocaust and
protected by three 5,000 lb stainless steel airlocks.
“Experts say the weird signs (crop circle picture) on top of the
mountain will guide Clears, (high-ranking Scientologists) returning from
space to find Mr Hubbard’s works after a nuclear Armageddon wipes out
Aerial view and Coordinates: 35°31’32.22″N 104°34’21.42″W
Trementina Base is located beneath a mountain at Mesa Huerfanita, north of Roswell, New Mexico, according to the report.
Sweeney was denied entrance to the facility, and claims his companion
received multiple mysterious phone calls from the church while staying
in a nearby motel.
Ex-Scientologist Chuck Beatty told The Sun
that the temple
and its enormous symbolic markings were intended more for
extra-terrestrial visitors than for the Church’s earthly members.
“The whole purpose of putting these teachings in the vaults was so
that in the event that everything gets wiped out, someone would be
willing to locate them and they would still be there,” he said.
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