The Air Force's infamous supersecret base at Groom Lake, Nevada—also known as "Area 51" or "Dreamland"—has just finished constructing a massive desert pyramid. Will it tie into the network of ancient pyramids worldwide and draw upon alien technology to absorb the rippling dimensional energies to power…what?
World's pyramids reactivating
Pyramid technology is ancient and global. Fantastic pyramids have been discovered beneath the twisted growth of South American jungles, the ocean's floors, on high plateaus and desolate deserts.
Some who've researched these ancient silent stone sentinels are convinced that at least a few of the mighty structures are actually advanced machines—machines engineered to accomplish purposes so vast that the energies unleashed could dwarf today's most advanced technology.
With the recent astonishing activity of Aztec and Mayan pyramids, and the giant pyramid in Bosnia, the hypothesis that some of the ancient structures are machines suddenly appears entirely credible. [See: World's Pyramids Beaming Energy To Mysterious Space Cloud]
According to some bold science pioneers like Richard C. Hoagland, the plains of Mars—specifically the Cydonia region—has pyramids. What might be pyramids have also been found on regions of the lunar surface.
Recently, Chinese scientists have activated a special team that has been studying the great Xianyang pyramid that sits near Mount Baigong in the western province of Qinghai, China. They are now closely monitoring the pyramid for signs it might activate as others have. [See: Alien Base Found At Chinese Pyramid]
Giant machines capable of generating incredible amounts of energy…is it really possible? The evidence suggests that it is, and if so it raises the question: to what purpose will all that energy be put? The Chinese think their famous flat-topped pyramid was used many thousands of years ago as a landing pad to recharge the internal power of gigantic alien ships.
A generator that may be able to pump out megajoules of energy can be used for almost anything: opening doorways to other universes, time travel, climate manipulation…even as a planetary defense system against careening space rocks or incoming attacking alien armadas.
The possibilities are almost endless.
The Area 51 pyramid
Area 51, first brought to the public's attention by Las Vegas investigative television journalist George Knapp, has long been a hotbed of UFO speculation and investigations into the likelihood of the secretive desert base being used to reverse-engineer captured alien technology.
If true—and there's strong circumstantial evidence that at least some of the allegations made by Bob Lazar and others that the USAF top-secret test base is hip deep in ET artifacts and technology—then some of that technology must require a charge-up to power the unearthly devices.
The Chinese scientists may be on to something. For if the pyramid in Qinghai truly was erected to power up extraterrestrial spacecraft, then the USAF may require something similar when their scientists and engineers reach the stage in the decades-long project to back-engineer unworldly technology that's allegedly stumped some of the world's best thinkers for more than two generations.
If the USAF reached the stage where they need a massive, alien-designed, power base they would more than likely build a pyramidal structure very much like the one in China.
And they have.
Study the following series of photos:
The USAF version also appears to have some upgrades compared to the ancient Chinese version. In particular a square receptical that sits in the middle of the flattened top of the Area 51 pyramid.
For more than 20 years UFO activity has been regularly spotted in and around Groom Lake. Strange craft unlike any aircraft flown by any airforce have been seen time and again hovering and manuevering over the nearby mountain range.
When the pyramid is fully powered up and activated, there might be many more strange craft skimming over the lonely Nevada desert than at any time in the past.