NIBIRU Shocking 72 Hours Warning – What Will Happen When Planet X Nibiru Arrives – NIBIRU The Future Cataclysms on Earth


Mystery planet Nibiru will smash into the Earth ending human life, claims conspiracy theorist

That’s the doomsday claim from a conspiracy theorist who believes Nibiru is hurtling towards us on a path of destruction.

Nibiru’s the “cross” Earth periodically suffers and enjoys. The suffering which Nibiru brings Earth: rain, flood, earthquake; the joy: technological advances Nibirans give us. Sumerians and cultures that grew from them show Nibiru as a winged disk and a cross “for every 3,600 years kept crossing Earth’s orbital plane, the place where Nibiru hit Proto-Earth.” [Read more…]

Nibiru Arive – GOVERNMENTS ARE READY TO GO UNDERGROUND – Top Secret Plans To Save Their Skins, Which Don’t Include Us

Nibiru Arive

Nibiru Arive

WORLD leaders are preparing for the end of the world by building top secret bunkers for a political elite, says a survival expert – but they will not save any of us.
Robert Vicino, head of the survival firm Vivos, has claimed governments including the US and the UK are making top secret plans to save their skins, which don’t include us. [Read more…]

Secret Underground Bases Revealed – Iran Shows Off Its Huge Underground Bases & Missiles

Underground Bases

Secret Underground Bases Revealed – Iran Shows Off Its Huge Underground Bases & Missiles

At first glance it looks like the set of a James Bond movie — a seemingly impregnable mountain base packed full of uniformed men and sinister-looking missiles on their launch vehicles parked along a long tunnel buried deep underground. But this is in fact a real-life missile facility in Iran, according to the country’s semi-official FARS news agency.
In a rare moment of openness, Iran on Wednesday broadcast pictures from The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force of a tunnel reportedly dug some 1,640 feet (500 meters) under a mountain. The release of this footage comes just a few days after state media reported that Iran had test-fired new generation long-range ballistic missiles. U.S. bases ‘within range’ [Read more…]

Should we be preparing to survive Planet X underground, like the Elite?


Should we be preparing to survive Planet X underground, like the Elite?

A big surprise underground. Never knew this existed until yesterday. I wonder if there are anymore like this across the U.S.

This does not look like an old mine to me. Someone has spent a lot of money to build this. I could be wrong but it sure looks like those underground bunkers that the government spent $41 trillion on. Maybe someone who lives near there can clarify if indeed this was an old mine.

Let’s just say for argument’s sake it was an old mine; they still have spent a whole bunch of money to modify it. I wonder if anyone can just go and visit it or is it guarded also? I can’t really tell from these pics. I sure would be interested to find out just how many living quarters are inside this place.


So when Planet X arrives, I guess now you all know we’re to take shelter. I wonder how many more of these places there are around the country.

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Ark Two Underground Bunker: largest Private Doomsday Shelter on Earth

BunkerArk Two Underground Bunker

This is about helping mankind evade extinction and restore civilization in case of nuclear war or other world-wide cataclysmic catastrophe.

Built out of 43 School Buses, the Ark Two Complex in Canada as a 10,000 sq/ft nuclear fallout shelter and refuge facility, is without any political or religious funding probably the largest Privately Constructed Doomsday catastrophe refuge in the world! [Read more…]

How To Build Underground Homes…..Underground Shelter

Underground-homeAt some point in your life, you’ve probably played with dirt. It’s a practice that many people around the world and throughout history have continued long past childhood, using the abundant material to construct shelters. Earth sheltered homes, including underground homes, are becoming a viable passive design strategy.

When you build into the ground, the earth functions as a thermal mass, helping to maintain a comfortable interior temperature year-round. However, the structure itself must be carefully planned in order to carry the load of the earth, and considerations must be made outside the realm of traditional home building. For example, retaining walls must be constructed and drainage pipes installed to protect the structure from water infiltration.200x200-bulletproof3
Underground homes are typically made of reinforced concrete because it does not degrade and exhibits high compressive strength. Dome structures are popular because of how well they distribute the weight of earth. A layer of insulation must also be installed, as the earth alone is not enough. Finally, homes below grade must be extensively waterproofed. The most common systems include rubberized asphalt, plastic sheeting, liquid polyurethanes.

There are three main types of earth sheltered homes:

If the topography of your site includes a steep-enough slope, it is possible excavate into this hill side and bury a portion of your home. In these types of earth sheltered homes, one wall is typically left exposed so windows can be installed and the structure can gain heat via passive solar methods.

On flatter sites, you can pack the earth against the exterior walls of your home so that it slopes away for drainage. The roof may or may not be covered by earth.

To create a truly underground living experience, dig a large recess, construct your home below grade, and fill in the dirt around it. With this type of earth sheltered home, a central courtyard is usually located to allow access to air and light. Otherwise, skylights or sun tubesmay be installed to provide addition natural light.

Other Considerations
Before you build an earth sheltered or underground home, it is important to evaluate several factors. Consider the climate. The best climates in which to build these homes are those with extreme temperatures, particularly places that experience dramatic temperature swings from day to night. However, a humid climate can create additional condensation issues for an earth sheltered home.

Evaluate the location of the water table and frost line. If it is too close to the surface, then it might not be possible to build an underground home. Also consider the typography and which type of earth sheltered home would be the best fit for the site.The number one rule is to always send water in the opposite direction from your home!

Finally, you must determine whether the soil is stable enough to support the construction of an earth sheltered home. Sandy and gravely soils are the best, while soil containing a lot of clay is not suitable.


Most of us are physically able to dig a hole by hand with a shovel, pick and pry bar. The hole has to be about twelve feet wide, by sixteen feet long. Depth is up to you. The deeper, obviously, the better. Save what dirt that comes out of the hole, as it can be used to cover your box. Based upon experience, in packed soil, with six inch rock, a four feet deep hole took me four days of unforgettable hard labor. Many hands make for light work. GET HELP!!

Check out this incredible way of becoming food independent on Backyard Liberty, and find out more about off-grid survival on Conquering the Coming Collapse.

The simplest waterproofing would be by using landscape plastic. Six mil would be the best. But if that’s not available, the heaviest you can get is better than none. You are going to wrap the entire box in plastic, then fill in the hole around the box and cover it also. This is why deeper is better. Before you begin putting your frame together, line the hole with the plastic. You will be assembling the frame over the plastic, so be careful not to puncture it.

The box, as shown in Figure 1, is made up of five ribs, and two ends.


The box will be seven feet, ten and one half inches wide, eight feet tall, and eleven feet, ten and one half inches long. The shaft for the entryway is two feet wide by four feet long by two feet high.


  • 40 — 2 x 6 – 8′
  • 17 — 4′ x 8′ x ?” Wafer Board (this is like particle board, but with larger chunks of wood. It’s cheap!!)

Here, in the extreme southeastern corner of Arizona, where building materials are a little more expensive than the bigger cities, the above materials priced out at $460.00. This does not include the hardware to fasten this thing together. A roll of black, 6 mil plastic, 20 feet wide by one hundred feet long is $50.00. If plastic is not available, no reason why a lot of paint and caulk won’t work just as good. Worse case scenario, and if nothing is available, don’t cover it.

As far as fastening this thing together, if I have power available, I plan to use 3″ deck screws to fasten the 2×6’s together and 2″ deck screws to attach the wafer board to the frame. If there is no power, then a good old hammer and nails will have to do. 10d cement coat box nails if possible, for everything. The problem with hammer and nails is that things tend to vibrate and loosen with such a frame. Have a good heavy brace on the other side of what you’re nailing, like an eight pound sledge hammer.


The horizontal members of the ribs and end pieces should be cut to seven feet, ten and one half inches long. All vertical members are to be eight feet. This allows for the overlap of the top panels over the side panels. See Figure 2 below.

Construct the ribs and ends, and using the horizontal rails, fasten the frame together. Everything must work in two feet increments, so the panels will match the frame. Be as meticulous as you can in making the frame square. Everything will fit better, if you do. Remember that your panels are four feet wide, and must butt together in the center of the rib.


Once the frame is complete, your panels can be fastened to the frame. Do one end first, then the sides, working from one end to the other.

Before you do the remaining end and the top, cut your floor panels to six feet, ten inches long, place them inside, and fasten them down. Finish the remaining end.

You can now put the two whole top panels in place, then cut the last panel to fit around the entryway. The last panel you have will be used to cover the access way chimney. I did this to help keep debris from falling inside. Make the hatch cover three inches bigger than the outside of the chimney, and frame it with the last 2×6. It will cover the hatch, and fastened down with hook and eyes, will provide some security.

I deliberately left out any dimensions for the chimney. Measure and cut to fit.

When you have reached this point, and have a ladder inside for access, finish wrapping the plastic around everything. Back fill your dirt around the box and cover it about a foot and a half on top. Pack it down as best you can so it won’t blow away.

The inside can be finished with wood frame bunks for sleeping and storage. The exposed interior studs are easy to work with. Whatever frame work you may add inside, fasten it as much as possible, to the sides, top and/or bottom. This will serve to reinforce the entire structure.

Since the entire box is covered in plastic, it won’t breath very well. A lot of bodies generate moisture. With no where to evaporate, this will eventually become a problem in moister climates. The hatch ventilation may or may not be sufficient.


  • Protection from the elements
  • Energy conservation and consistent indoor temperature
  • Privacy
  • Soundproofing against neighbors and nearby roadways
  • Extra green space and insulation provided by a living roof
  • Low maintenance, little to no exterior materials

Other useful resources:us7

Blackout USA (EMP survival and preparedness)

Conquering the coming collapse (Financial advice and preparedness )

Liberty Generator (Build and make your own energy source)

Backyard Liberty (Easy and cheap DIY Aquaponic system to grow your organic and living food bank)

Doomsday Preparation Offers Peace of Mind in Uncertain Times

Many people have become invested in the survivalist lifestyle as of late, and who could blame them? Every day you hear about another terrifying development in the world at large, whether it’s a threat of natural disaster, war, or simply some sort equipment malfunction that causes large scale destruction. The truth is that it’s very hard for families to feel any sense of peace or security in this day and age. These intangibles are hard to come by in a time when most people can’t even trust their next door neighbors.

For this reason, doomsday prepping has become quite attractive to those who want to be ready for anything. This includes occurrences such as natural disasters, economic collapses, and just about everything in between. One thing we can learn from the state of things today is that anything can happen at any moment, and those who are prepared for disaster will have a real advantage over those who are not.

Ordinary People Performing Extraordinary Feats

For the most part, doomsday preppers are just ordinary people. Often they have families, and they genuinely fearful for their children’s future given the ever increasing instability present in the world. Preppers are comprised of various age groups, social statuses, political beliefs, and all ethnicities and philosophical outlooks.

The common thread amongst preppers is that they actively take precautions in the event of a disaster. This can include things like floods and tornadoes, enemy attacks with biological weaponsand similar tactics. The disaster needn’t be on a large scale to be threatening. Smaller scale disasters, which are more common due to the shifting economy, as well as odd weather patterns causing adverse conditions, can also be devastating.

Doomsday prepping is a lifestyle that is available to anyone who isn’t afraid of a little hard work and sacrifice. While we frequently hear of exorbitantly priced shelters and bunkers, this isn’t always the case. For a relatively reasonable sum of money, you can create your very own safe haven in the event of an attack, and this shelter can include all the items necessary to your survival until the initial threat subsides.

Shelter the Things You Love

Underground bunkers are quite popular with the survivalist set, and creating your own underground shelter is much more attainable than it seems. A bunker can be constructed for a relatively reasonable price. All you need to undertake the task are basic construction materials and some elbow grease. You can also enlist the help of a professional if you are unsure of how to go about constructing a safe and secure bunker on your own. There are many cost effective ways of building a bunker, it may just require a little research on your part.

The next step is to purchase supplies. Fortunately, most of the food you will need to buy is rather inexpensive. Canned items, like fruits and vegetables, are able to be purchased in large amounts for very little money. For this reason, when stocking your underground bunker you should definitely consider buying food in bulk. Foods such as rice, beans, and other staples are also available at extremely affordable prices. You may even want to consider stocking seeds to be used for planting when the time is right.

Water is equally important. Fresh water should be plentiful, but so should the means to purify unclean water should your source become depleted. This can be accomplished through chemical means, such as iodine tablets, or by purchasing a water purification system. Boiling water is also an option, but this can be difficult if you are left without the means to do so.

Clean Air is Crucial to Survival

While much is said about keeping adequate food and clean water supplies, little is ever mentioned regarding the quality of one’s air in a survival scenario. All over the world, terrorist groups and the like use biological and chemical weapons as a means of waging war. The effects of these weapons are long lasting. Chemical weapons typically have a faster onset, while biological weapons can cause untold suffering for years to come.

If you choose to go the underground bunker route, air purification should be a top concern, along with food and water. Bunkers tend to have insufficient ventilation, which can actually be beneficial depending on the air quality outside the bunker. However, insufficient air flow can be a detriment to those subsisting in a bunker, and can negatively impact health, as well as general quality of life.

For this reason, it’s crucial that air purification is part of your survival plans. An air purifier can be extremely beneficial to those in such situations. These devices can filter the air of harmful chemicals and agents, allowing you and your family to breathe easier, no matter where you may be. This is especially important if the disaster scenario is ongoing. You’ll want fresh, clean air at your disposal, and this can be afforded by an air purifier.

Don’t Forget an External Power Source

In order to be a fully functioning survival unit, a power generator is a must. Batteries are important for smaller items, such as flashlights and radios. But to power large items, such as the aforementioned air purifier, as well as things like cooking implements, heating systems, and other vital needs, you’ll need a larger, more reliable power source. Generators are great in this respect. A portable generator is the ideal, as you will be able to take it with your should your bunker become compromised.Power_2_125x125

Expect the Unexpected

Real safety is hard to come by these days for many reasons. Unrest is a fixture all over the world, due to economic collapses, brutal governments taking advantage of their citizens, as well as fringe groups threatening the very fabric of society. You can’t take risks like these lightly, given the state of the world today. Doomsday preppers face these risks head on through their various prepping methods. By being prepared for unforeseen circumstances, preppers can rest assured that they have a sound plan to follow in the event of unmitigated disaster.

Lauren Hill is new to prepping and very excited about the new things she has learned on her journey.  She finds great joy in sharing her discoveries with others.  Lauren is a contributing writer for RabbitAir.