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The 1% Are Preparing For The Apocalypse

Say “doomsday bunker” and most people would imagine a concrete room filled with cots and canned goods.

The threat of global annihilation may feel as present as it did during the Cold War, but today’s high-security shelters could not be more different from their 20th-century counterparts.

A number of companies around the world are meeting a growing demand for structures that protect from any risk, whether it’s a global pandemic, an asteroid, or World War III — while also delivering luxurious amenities.

“Your father or grandfather’s bunker was not very comfortable,” says Robert Vicino, a real estate entrepreneur and CEO of Vivos, a company he founded that builds and manages high-end shelters around the world.

“They were gray. They were metal, like a ship or something military. And the truth is mankind cannot survive long-term in such a Spartan, bleak environment.”

Inside the world’s most luxurious doomsday dugouts

The Oppidum, Czech Republic: The demand for designer bunkers has grown rapidly in recent years.
The Oppidum, Czech Republic: The Oppidum in the Czech Republic is being billed as “the largest billionaire bunker in the world.”
Planned amenities include a pool and an underground garden that features simulated natural light.
The Oppidum, Czech Republic: The top-secret facility, once a joint project between the former Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic and Slovakia), was built over 10 years beginning in 1984.
Vivos Europa One, Germany: This luxury shelter, billed as a “modern day Noah’s Ark,” is built beneath a 400-foot tall mountain and offers 227,904 square feet of living space. Converted from a Cold War-era munitions storage facility, these individual residences can be customized with a private pool, a theater and a gym.
Vivos xPoint, South Dakota: The Vivos xPoint bunkers are located in South Dakota, They are currently being converted to accommodate about 5,000 people.
Vivos xPoint, South Dakota: There are 575 bunkers in the works, and each bunker once served as an Army Munitions Depot.
Vivos xPoint, South Dakota: The interiors of each bunker are outfitted by the owners at a cost of between $25,000 to $200,000 each.
Vivos xPoint, South Dakota: Each residence can be customized with high-end finishes like LED screens that give the illusion of skylights and windows.
Survival Condo, Kansas: Developer Larry Hall transformed this abandoned Atlas missile silo into luxury condos. Each residence is equipped with stainless steel appliances, LED lighting, washers and dryers and a home automation system. Owners also have access to a pool, rock climbing wall, movie theater, dog park and arcade.

Doomsday demand

Many of the world’s elite, including hedge fund managers, sports stars and tech executives (Bill Gates is rumored to have bunkers at all his properties) have chosen to design their own secret shelters to house their families and staff.

Gary Lynch, general manager of Texas-based Rising S Company, says 2016 sales for their custom high-end underground bunkers grew 700% compared to 2015, while overall sales have grown 300% since the November US presidential election alone.

The company’s plate steel bunkers, which are designed to last for generations, can hold a minimum of one year’s worth of food per resident and withstand earthquakes.

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But while some want to bunker down alone, others prefer to ride out the apocalypse in a community setting that offers an experience a bit closer to the real world.

Developers of community shelters like these often acquire decommissioned military bunkers and missile silos built by the United States or Soviet governments — sites that would cost hundreds of millions of dollars to build today.

The fortified structures are designed to withstand a nuclear strike and come equipped with power systems, water purification systems, blast valves, and Nuclear-Biological-Chemical (NBC) air filtration.

Most include food supplies for a year or more, and many have hydroponic gardens to supplement the rations. The developers also work to create well-rounded communities with a range of skills necessary for long-term survival, from doctors to teachers.

Vicino says Vivos received a flurry of interest in its shelters around the 2016 election from both liberals and conservatives, and completely sold out of spaces in its community shelters in the past few weeks.

Designer ark

One of those shelters, Vivos xPoint, is near the Black Hills of South Dakota, and consists of 575 military bunkers that served as an Army Munitions Depot until 1967.

Presently being converted into a facility that will accommodate about 5,000 people, the interiors of each bunker are outfitted by the owners at a cost of between $25,000 to $200,000 each. The price depends on whether they want a minimalist space or a home with high-end finishes.

The compound itself will be equipped with all the comforts of a small town, including a community theater, classrooms, hydroponic gardens, a medical clinic, a spa and a gym.

For clients looking for something further afield and more luxurious, the company also offers Vivos Europa One, billed as a “modern day Noah’s Ark” in a former Cold War-era munitions storage facility in Germany.

The structure, which was carved out of solid bedrock, offers 34 private residences, each starting at 2,500 square feet, with the option to add a second story for a total of 5,000 square feet.

The units will be delivered empty and each owner will have the space renovated to suit their own tastes and needs, choosing from options that include screening rooms, private pools and gyms.

Vicino compares the individual spaces to underground yachts, and even recommends that owners commission the same builders and designers that worked on their actual vessels.

“Most of these people have high-end yachts, so they already have the relationship and they know the taste, fit, and finish that they want,” he explains.

The vast complex includes a tram system to transport residents throughout the shelter, where they can visit its restaurants, theater, coffee shops, pool and game areas.

“We have all the comforts of home, but also the comforts that you expect when you leave your home,” Vicino adds.

Nuclear hardened homes

Developer Larry Hall’s Survival Condo in Kansas utilizes two abandoned Atlas missile silos built by the US Army Corps of Engineers to house warheads during the early 1960s.

“Our clients are sold on the unique advantage of having a luxury second home that also happens to be a nuclear hardened bunker,” says Hall, who is already starting work on a second Survival Condo in another silo on site.

“This aspect allows our clients to invest in an appreciating asset as opposed to an expense.”

The Survival Condo has several different layouts, from a 900-square-foot half-floor residence to a two-level, 3,600-square-foot penthouse that starts at $4.5 million.

Owners have access to their homes and the facilities at anytime, whether a disaster is imminent or they just want to get away from it all, and the complex features a pool, general store, theater, bar and library.

The condo association sets the rules for the community, and during an emergency, owners would be required to work four hours a day.

Long-term luxury

If you prefer to spend the end of days solo, or at least with hand-selected family and friends, you may prefer to consider The Oppidum in the Czech Republic, which is being billed as “the largest billionaire bunker in the world.”

The top-secret facility, once a joint project between the former Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic and Slovakia), was built over 10 years beginning in 1984.

The site now includes both an above-ground estate and a 77,000-square-foot underground component. While the final product will be built out to the owner’s specifications, the initial renderings include an underground garden, swimming pool, spa, cinema and wine vault.

While many might see the luxury amenities at these facilities as unnecessary, the developers argue that these features are critical to survival.

“These shelters are long-term, a year or more,” Vicino says. “It had better be comfortable.”

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Will the Middle East explode on July 24?

On July 10, 2020, the Turkish State Council overturned the decision of the government of November 24, 1934 to change the status of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, when it turned from a mosque into a museum. Now the cathedral will again become a mosque and on July 24, religious services will resume there. 

Naturally, the news was picked up by all the media, some of which relate to everything as if neutral, some rejoice, some are indignant and grieving.

According to the official chronology, Constantinople fell in 1453 and the building lost its status as a mosque only in 1934/1935 thanks to the personal order of Kemal Ataturk. Well, now it so happened that the Turks canceled the decree, to which they claim they have every right. However, did they need to exercise this right?

If there weren’t enough mosques in Turkey, Erdogan’s decision could be understood. But in this case, this is a purely political gesture – Turkey’s claim to recreate the Byzantine Empire, or something like that.

We cannot blame the Turks for such a desire, since hereditary bosses in many countries rave about such ideas and the Turks are no exception. However, such things as the construction of monuments – this is like the last stone in the empire.

The founder of the modern Republic of Turkey, Mr. Atatürk, ordered Sofia to be given the status of a museum not because he so appreciated the Byzantine frescoes, but because he, like many, knew a prophecy dating back from the Middle Ages (more precisely, several dozen prophecies given, including by Turkish mystics) about that Sofia will change her status several times. Even during the construction of the temple, there was a prediction that it would become a mosque, then again a temple, then a mosque again, after which the Muslims would be expelled and Sofia would become a Christian church for good.

The first of the Turks who became acquainted with this prophecy was Sultan Mehmed II who conquered Constantinople, therefore, even turning the temple into a mosque, he ordered the royal gates of the altar to be sealed, the opening of which appeared in the prophecy. Ataturk was also knowledgeable, so he ordered not to touch anything away from sin there.

And now Mr. Erdogan decided that he was smarter than Ataturk.

It will end very badly for Turkey, because the prophecy has come true and the meter is on. Moreover, there is a suspicion that Sofia is not exactly the idea of ​​Mr. Erdogan, but a “team from the center”:

This is painfully familiar to all conspiracy theorists from the cartoon I, Pet Goat II, on the subject of which a variety of opinions were expressed. Most often, Al-Aqsa or something in Iran was seen in this mosque, however, Hagia Sophia was also considered, since the bridge leading to the mosque is very similar to the bridge over the Bosphorus:

Therefore, we do not exclude that we are talking about the bombing of this particular temple. But will it be symbolic or real – that we do not know.

In addition, Mr. Ergogan chose an extremely successful date for the commencement of services. On this day, comet NEOWIS will approach the Earth as close as possible and will shine, obviously, at its brightest. Meanwhile, this comet, as many people think, is a harbinger of the Third World War.

Therefore, based on the foregoing, we think that Turkey’s decision to return Sofia to the status of a mosque is part of a global performance whose premiere is scheduled for somewhere around July 24th. On this day, either Sofia or the entire Middle East may explode.

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The Third Temple could be built no later than next year

According to the well-known eschatological resource The End Times Forecaster with reference to Mahon ha-Mikdash (a research institute in Jerusalem whose activity is focused on building the Third Temple), both red heifers that can be used to consecrate the Third Temple feel good and now -they have reached the age of three:

According to the rules, heifers can be sacrificed at the age of three, although some rabbis believe that this is not necessary. Nevertheless, based on tradition, the cows will reach three years of age in August 2021. Obviously, at this moment the Third Temple will be built.

Surprisingly, Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson, who studies the Torah codes, completely independent of The End Times Forecaster, came to a similar conclusion.

According to Breaking Israel News, retelling Glaserson’s video, Mashiach will come “anytime from the night of Rosh Hashanah, from September 18, 2020 to September 6, 2021.

However, what confused both the editors of Breaking Israel News, and Glazerson himself, when reading the Torah, according to a special algorithm that helps to open hidden messages there, near the time interval 18/09/20 – 06/09/20 and the words “God’s time” and “Messiah” also the words “End of Times” are spelled:

It is very unlikely that this is a coincidence, so the appearance of the “Messiah” is definitely not far off and everything is going to that.

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Nibiru with satellites spotted near the sun

On the evening of June 22, 2020, at about 19:00 UTC, a gigantic coronal mass ejection occurred on the Sun:

Judging by the frames provided by STEREO satellites, the explosion in the Sun was somehow unexpectedly large, so a number of enthusiasts began to examine these images by downloading from NASA Pictures in full and experimenting with filters. In the end, this is what happened there:

Thus, what was originally interpreted as a flash turned out to be a glow of the atmosphere of a certain celestial body, the proximity of which caused an ejection of solar mass. The body there is clearly not one, but surrounded by satellites:

Now the question arises: what is it? Instead of an answer, NASA began repair work on the service and it shows only the current picture.

Suppose, purely theoretically, that this was a shooting artifact, or rather, three artifacts at once. However, the same satellite on April 8, 2020 showed a similar picture:

Thus, the “artifacts” became somewhat more frequent and the satellites show even more often. Probably, the satellites have broken down and are showing incorrectly, so we will see what people see there on their own, without satellites:

The photo was taken in Mexico, where now the sky is covered with “dust from the Sahara”, so let’s see what the cameras in Brazil show, where there is less dust:

So there seems to be some kind of dust over Brazil too. Moreover, this dust from the Sahara tends to stray into luminous lumps.

We do not know how this will end, but we are afraid that we really need to be afraid not of the pole reversal and the landing of the Anunnaki. The main problem will begin when 7 billion people see it all. And then the real Apocalypse begins, after which the pole shift will seem like a children’s matinee.

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