Part 3: Is There A Large Pyramid Underground Between Mt. McKinley and Nome, Alaska?

“I don't know if the Purkeypile, Alaska, seismic sensor would identify an underground pyramid structure, but if the requirement is that the anomaly has to be on a straight line connecting the explosion at Lop Nor to the sensor in Alaska, then I think we can check that box as a straight line!”

- Retired U. S. Navy Captain, Navigator/Communicator,
Tactical Coordinator and Mission Commander

 

Mount McKinley is north of Anchorage. Nome is upper left red circle on Norton Sound west of Mount McKinley. The region between Mount McKinley and Nome is where the large pyramid structure was allegedly found during geophysical studies of the May 22, 1992, Chinese underground detonation of a large nuclear bomb at Lop Nor.
Mount McKinley is north of Anchorage. Nome is upper left red circle on Norton Sound west of Mount McKinley. The region between Mount McKinley and Nome is where the large pyramid structure was allegedly found during geophysical studies of the May 22, 1992, Chinese underground detonation of a large nuclear bomb at Lop Nor.

 

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August 3, 2012  Albuquerque, New Mexico - After my Coast to Coast AM broadcast July 26 to 27, I have received many emails concerning aerial discs seen in Alaska skies and the alleged underground pyramid between Mount McKinley and Nome, as well as information about the 1973 remote viewer Pat Price's description of a “UFO base” inside or under Mount Hayes northeast of Mount McKinley. Pat Price was working in a CIA-funded remote viewing program directed by Hal Puthoff at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) in Palo Alto.

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