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Today we want to tell you something that is incredibly important and that you should definitely know if you want to talk about underground cities. If an underground base is built by you because the military thinks that there, underground, no enemy can get to it, how deep do you think these bunkers are built under the surface? Over a kilometre? Less than a kilometre? Right. All your bases are no deeper than a kilometre and here’s why. The deeper you dig, the more difficult it becomes. Even with your technology, such an underground base is difficult to build and operate because you also want to live down there. That’s why architects have to think about how to not only get the raw materials there, but bunkers are like a biotope and the bigger the bunker is planned, the bigger and more complicated the recycling processes will be that such a biotope needs in order to keep the cycle going. If the cycle is interrupted because you bring the waste and rubbish to the surface and all the necessary things from the surface to the underground, then such a bunker does not fulfil its purpose. Real bunkers are biotopes that represent a closed system in themselves that also has to be operated. Therefore, such a bunker becomes more and more complicated the deeper it lies, because the deeper a bunker is built, the more important the people who are supposed to find shelter there are, so that all significant bunkers are only several hundred metres below the surface. The US has many such bunkers, but they are not cities and they are not really bases, they are really just lounges where the elite can take shelter. They are deep, but not large. Military installations are run underground, but more likely in the mountains because the mass of the mountain provides sufficient protection, so a bunker in or under a mountain is also cheaper to make and run. If the surface people only go a few hundred metres underground, there is also another reason, which we will now explain. The air does not circulate underground. If there are no winds, then all the dust particles float and in the long run this becomes unhealthy for the human respiratory system. How did the New Lemurians get the floating particles under control, we ask? By planning the caves so that the air could circulate. When do air molecules circulate, we ask? When they receive the impulse to do so. The New Lemurians first created artificial air circulation because they gave different areas in their cave and tunnel systems opposing static charges. The dust particles were attracted to it just like the air molecules and by reversing the polarity of the particles and molecules in their static capacity, an air circulation could be created. But this was not good enough for the New Lemurians, so they spent a long time researching how they could improve the system. They created a ventilation system that seemed to be significant for their further procedure. With this ventilation system, they were able to penetrate deeper underground to a depth that turned everything the New Lemurians had done up to that point on its head. The New Lemurians always mentally scanned the layers of the earth for weak points so that they only moved where the integrity of the layers could also support their plan. In doing so, they only scanned the areas layer by layer, so that they always advanced several hundred metres into the depths to survey the area. One day, when they reached a certain depth, a whole new possibility opened up, because now they could already find cave systems that were of natural origin. In the caves there were many things that the New Lemurians had previously only been able to use with great difficulty. There was fresh water and also a very pure air current, which at first could not be explained at all, until the New Lemurians found out the secret that we will reveal to you today. You will be amazed once you understand what is possible on habitable planets beneath the surface. When a planet is formed, you correctly assume that the planet is first a glowing body that slowly cools. During the process of cooling, shells are formed like an onion, many kilometres thick. These shells on the planet have a phase transition between the planes of the shells which are energetically very strongly charged. Like a capacitor, potentials arise between these shells that never pass away because the planet can be seen as a closed biotope. These potentials arise during the cooling process and are exceedingly powerful. The phase transition of each level of the Earth’s mantle is not homogeneous, so that many faults are created there, which after cooling represent the cave systems encountered by the New Lemurians. The uppermost shell is quite thick and the shells below it are similar to the upper shell, but above a certain depth a phase transition occurs that is so violent that the shells below are completely different in nature from the shells above. This phase transition is also so special because life can develop there. All the ingredients that can give rise to microbiological life are present there, and this plane is bursting with energy fields that fuel life to emerge. The oceans on the surface are not connected to this phase transition, but geological processes will one day ensure that microbiological life comes to the surface to start the wheel of life there, so that life on a planet first arises in a planet before it is brought to the light of day. If many millions of years have passed, life first arises in the plane where the phase transition leads to the most extreme differences between the two Earth shells. Once life has been given the opportunity to emerge there, the cosmic processes in the star system have ensured that calm has returned to the surface and the planet’s environment is free to provide for life on the surface as well. Microbiological life is always driven to the surface, so that every planet is initially also habitable on the surface at some point. Your planets in your star system all have this phase transition and all planets, even if the surface does not appear to have it, have this life within them and many races and species have settled there. Your planet harbours so much different life in this phase transition that we would not have the time to describe this life in detail. The New Lemurians came upon this phase transition 53,762 years ago, and they did not work their way deeper, but spread out there, so that today there are more New Lemurians in the phase transition of your planet than modern humans on the surface. There is everything you need to survive on the surface and this phase transition can be developed like the surface of a planet because this phase transition is its own biotope. The capacity in this phase transition is subject to fluctuations that ensure that a wind blows there and all living beings also have enough food there because this phase transition represents the incubator of your homeworld. All extraterrestrial outposts are always established in this very important phase transition. Now you will want to know how deep the New Lemurians had to go to reach this phase transition in your mantle. Hold on to your hats, it is 72 kilometres. If you were to go that deep, you could also discover the underground spiders. In the next blog entry we will describe this phase transition in more detail because there is so much to know about it.