The Vault Profound

 

The Front Range in Colorado

The Front Range in Colorado

The Progeny of Pythagoras is what most people who dabble in secret societies would think of as “in control” of the world right now. They control of the extensive tunnel systems in Colorado and throughout the Western United States. The “G” in Freemason symbolism stands for granite, of this I am sure. Granite is one of the hardest substances on the planet. As shown in the following Wikipedia excepts, they’ve drilled down into solid granite that is more than a billion years old, as far from an ocean shore as possible (anywhere in the world), protected by from Pacific Ocean super tsunamis by 54 peaks over 14,000 feet tall, and next to some of the most stable land in all of the world. It is cave unlike any other in the history of mankind. The combination is so unique that I have come to regard this location as having been on the drawing boards for thousands of years.

 

Geology of the Rocky Mountains

The rocky cores of the mountain ranges are, in most places, formed of pieces of continental crust that are over one billion years old.

Raising the Rockies

… the growth of the Rocky Mountains in the United States is a geological puzzle. Mountain building is normally focused between 200 to 400 miles (300 to 600 km) inland from a subduction zone boundary. Geologists continue to gather evidence to explain the rise of the Rockies so much farther inland;

 

Pikes Peak granite
The Pikes Peak granite is a 1.08 billion year old widespread geologic formation found in the central part of the Front Range of Colorado.

Erosion

Today, the Pikes Peak Batholith and Granite is exposed over a large part of the central Front Range of Colorado. It is found as far north as the southern slopes of Mount Evans west of Denver, west to South Park, and as far south as Cañon City. The batholith is about 80 miles (130 km) long in the north-south direction and about 25 miles (40 km) wide east to west. Even more of it remains hidden underground. Geologists have found the granite at the bottom of deep wells on the plains and magnetic sensors have detected it as much as 80 miles (130 km) to the east.

 

Colorado Plateau
Geology
One of the most geologically intriguing features of the Colorado Plateau is its remarkable stability. Relatively little rock deformation such as faulting and folding has affected this high, thick crustal block within the last 600 million years or so.

And from the government’s Pike’s Peak website:

The Geology of Pikes Peak
The Rockies are the second longest mountain chain above sea level in the world, extending from Mexico to Canada. In the United States there are 91 peaks that are higher than 14,000 feet or fourteeners, as they are called by adventurists. Colorado boasts the largest number of fourteeners with 54.

I added this last quote because I do not think it is by accident that Colorado has 54 of the “fourteeners.” This is a sacred number. Denver International Airport also sits on 54 square miles of land.

The Front Range is also the home of the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, which according to Wikipedia houses all of the following:

It is also notable that the CIA is rumored to have recently moved their headquarters from Langley, Virginia to Denver, Colorado.