Saturday, November 16, 2013

Area 51, Google Maps, and the Illuminati

One of America's most secretive locations, Area 51, continues to be shrouded under a veil of mystery. Until a decade ago, the government wouldn't even acknowledge the base's existence. In July 2013, the CIA attempted to settle the controversies once and for all by releasing "documents" that detailed the installation's history. Needless to say, these records are false. To make matters even more intriguing, testimonies are now emerging that indicate Area 51's images on Google Maps are fabrications. One of our sources made contact with someone who has experience with the image swapping, and the directives mandating these actions come directly from highest echelons of the government.

What we have regarding this witness account are basic notes from a conversation at an undisclosed location. The account goes as follows.

"The subject worked for a geographical mapping company that handled both government contracts as well as private. One of the companies was Google. The subject indicated that he/she handled images of specific government locations and was in charge of running them through the CIA/NSA filters to see if they could be released. Because of the sensitivity of the job, top secret clearance was needed. The subject was also not allowed to know the specific coordinates of the images, just had to process them for security clearance. The subject was well aware that many images that pop up on Google Maps are computer generated frauds. Most of these aren't really all that interesting, military bases and such. Creating bogus images of the missile silo locations is conducted to keep them secure from terrorist organizations. The precautions are not effective against nations with satellite capabilities. When it came to Area 51, the subject described something very different than the traditional airstrip and hangars seen in the images of Groom Lake. There was an airstrip but the place looked very futuristic, almost as if it was from science fiction. Several large buildings that shone in the bright sun were obviously made of steel and rose 3 or 4 stories. They looked like giant bunkers. There were also missile turrets as well as artillery pieces scattered about the perimeter and the airstrip's tarmac was also made of metal. What was seen in the lake bed was even more unsettling, a circular door resembling a missile silo sat in the middle but it was much larger than a silo. This door, which was grey, boasted the standard yellow and black caution stripes along the edges and had to be at least 50 yards in diameter. When the subject was asked about how he/she could determine that it was Area 51, he/she said that they took note of the various rock formations and compared them with the fabrications. They were a match. At the mapping firm, this installation was all too familiar to those in senior management. When asked about what it was, they said just don't ask and run it through the CIA/NSA. The subject never got a clear answer, and he/she does not have the photograph. Personal technology like cell phones and cameras were not allowed in this part of the firm. A guard made sure they turned everything in. When asked about flying saucers or other strange craft, the subject said that the images had nothing like those but would not rule it out."

This account comes as little surprise to us about what the government is doing with this secret installation. The very notion that ordinary people anywhere in the world can log on and study Area 51 with their own eyes is a na├»ve and preposterous notion to the say the least. Now, what is truly scary is why does this place seem more like a spaceport than a secret airstrip. What is underneath those grey metal doors, and why won't the government provide the real answers about what happened in Roswell, New Mexico? More will come out about this in the future, that's one thing we're sure of.


  1. thank you so much Illuminati Watchdog, you have really helped with my high school debate papers,
    -a sincere thank you from Dyl p.

    1. You are certainly welcome. Thank you for taking a stand for truth!