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Scientology 'space cathedral' located ?

By T.K. Randall
January 1, 2013 · Comment icon 17 comments



Image Credit: Google Earth
Two huge symbols etched in to the New Mexico desert floor are said to mark the site of a secret bunker.
The complex is allegedly located near Mesa Huerfanita, three hours north of Roswell. BBC reporter and Scientology debunker John Sweeney is said to be behind the claims which purport that the site is intended to be a safe haven with an underground bunker capable of withstanding a nuclear holocaust. An airstrip on the surface provides access by plane while the symbols on the desert floor are allegedly designed to be visible from space.

Within the complex itself there is said to be a vault in which is stored gold disks inscribed with the original texts of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. The Church of Scientology has neither confirmed nor denied their association with the site and have so far been unavailable for comment.
A secret bunker hidden deep within the deserts of New Mexico is reported to be the "alien space cathedral" of the Church of Scientology, according to a BBC reporter.


Source: Live Science | Comments (17)




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Comment icon #8 Posted by reggie2011 11 years ago
in defence of them many people belive in the bible it to me is also hogwash but people can choose what they want to belive and thats ok at least scentology is less dangerous than the bible because its contained
Comment icon #9 Posted by Lava_Lady 11 years ago
in defence of them many people belive in the bible it to me is also hogwash but people can choose what they want to belive and thats ok at least scentology is less dangerous than the bible because its contained Yup, both are cults. Both ask your followers to believe some fantastic stories. however, I have a feeling that the officers of the Church of Scientology do not believe what they ask their followers to believe. and, unlike Christianity, Scientology was founded by a fiction writer. The Bible is a collection of testimonies from unknown authors throughout time that have been put together by... [More]
Comment icon #10 Posted by -M7 11 years ago
I've heard of this place, I think its called Dulce Base...And from what conspiracy theorists say is a "Join Gov/Alien Base" with I think 7-8 or more underground levels-the farther down, the higher the security apparently. This is actually "renewed" UFO/Conspiracy news. Its pretty much a "Above Top Secret" underground base with unseen high security...by which I mean blast doors, cameras, motions sensors,ect. with the addition of armed Human & Alien personal...suicide mission anyone? I am a bit curious about the level nicknamed "Nightmare Hall"...spooky isn't it?
Comment icon #11 Posted by Sakari 11 years ago
The symbols seen on the desert floor are reportedly there to help guide Scientologists returning to Earth after fleeing the planet to escape a future "Armageddon," writes the Daily Mail. Because if you had the technology to go into space to flee Earth, you would need drawings on the ground to find where you left your home?.........Wow.
Comment icon #12 Posted by Sakari 11 years ago
Trementina Base From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Coordinates: 3531?28.56?N 10434?20.20?W Trementina Base (center) Trementina Base is the popular designation for a property of the Church of Spiritual Technology (CST) near Trementina, New Mexico. Contents 1 Overview 2 History 3 Aerial symbols 4 Other locations 5 References 6 External links Overview According to the CST, an entity formed to manage the Church of Scientology's copyright affairs, the purpose of the base is to provide storage space for an archiving project to preserve Scientology founder L. Ron Hubb... [More]
Comment icon #13 Posted by Totah Dine 11 years ago
I've heard of this place, I think its called Dulce Base...And from what conspiracy theorists say is a "Join Gov/Alien Base" with I think 7-8 or more underground levels-the farther down, the higher the security apparently. This is actually "renewed" UFO/Conspiracy news. Its pretty much a "Above Top Secret" underground base with unseen high security...by which I mean blast doors, cameras, motions sensors,ect. with the addition of armed Human & Alien personal...suicide mission anyone? I am a bit curious about the level nicknamed "Nightmare Hall"...spooky isn't it? Dulce is in northern New Mex... [More]
Comment icon #14 Posted by jimbur 11 years ago
Here is a video of the place.
Comment icon #15 Posted by xCrimsonx 11 years ago
Fly.,. Fly away Scientologoop! O.o Mentalnauts! XD
Comment icon #16 Posted by Wolffheart 11 years ago
if you go to Google maps and searh for "Mesa Huerfanita" you just scroll up a bit and than right and you see it. (find the airfield and follow the road up.)
Comment icon #17 Posted by shrooma 11 years ago
scientologists spent $13m to preserve hubbard's fiction and non-fiction writings on 1.8 million steel disks. that's ONE POINT EIGHT MILLION steel disks! how much sh!te can one looney write?? who was this guy, barbara cartland?!


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