Stargates and Portals in Train Stations?

Following a train of thought — so to speak — has lead me to consider that these mysterious  but obvious  portals we are pursuing may be in the most public of places.


 I’m putting Grand Central Station at the top of my list of many suspects.

Seriously, if there is a secret transportation system that is available to thousands of those ‘in the know’ whether on (or off) the planet, wouldn’t it make sense to incorporate some of the Star Gates into regular public transport stations to avoid suspicion?

Certainly would be much easier to pull off the charade if everyone (even the privileged) are relying on the same point of arrival and departure?

Futuristic Halo To Go Above Grand Central - Business Insider

There is also the advantage of being tied into the power grids that run the station and trains.


The more I think about it, the more I wonder if such busy places are an ideal set up for a covert Star Gates that harvest both electrical and spiritual energies.

Kinda like the my investigations into Statue of Liberty uncovered the two-way spiral staircase shaped like human DNA.


KPaxian Arrives on Earth at Grand Central Station

So I am developing this theory of what I call Old Empire architecture (temples, cathedrals, formal gardens and such) repeated in major cities all over the world.

I wonder if these monuments perform services on many levels, only one of which is known to the general public.

Grand Central Station popped out at me in that classic synchwink movie “The Fisher King” by Terry Gilliam, who looks like the type of guy who has peeked behind the curtain to me:

Can’t help but notice that once again, instead of good old all-American Christian motifs, they designed Grand Central to further the demi-god theme. Of course, most of the design crew was French, so that’s to be expected.

Instead commuters pass under the God with super-human speed — Mercury — who is, of course, the Controller of Commerce and Communication.

His super-hero costume includes cadecus (NOT the healing instrument, that is the Staff of Aesculapius who only has ONE snake) and winged helmet (means he’s in the know, ya know!).

Minerva and Hercules are hanging out too, she looks bored and he looks a bit incredulous!

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Now comes the task of hiding the Star Gate in plain sight.  It is relatively simple to devise a central location that seems to have an alternative purpose — say an information booth?

Hmmm, it’s sure shaped like a portal and even has an access door for “private use only.”

Admittedly, justifying the types of materials you need to create a functioning portal link — like fine crystal, gemstones and precious metals — is a bit tricky, but just call it an art piece or gift to the citizens of New York and you’re home free.

Grand Central Clock over the information booth | Blake Robinson Photography

So there it sits, right in the heart of the complex…the famous Grand Central “Big Ben” clock, purposefully set one minute fast and made with Tiffany cut crystal and pure opal faces on all four clocks.  And look what sits just underneath the Visitor’s Booth.

There is even  a spiral staircase inside the Visitor’s Booth leading to the lower level.

Guess it is no surprise that under the booth is the restricted area that few have seen. Here’s a blip from someone who is in the know…

From the realm of widely known statistics and facts, the tour descended 109 feet below the floor of the lower concourse. The elevator door opened on a cavernous room housing a power substation. Now lined with modern electrical equipment, the room also held relics of the original power plant — 15-foot-high rotary converters made by General Electric Co. For about 80 years, these huge machines spun with deafening noise and smothering heat to convert alternating current to direct current and shoot that juice to the third rails that powered the trains.”

…underground power station…which was apparently on the ‘hit list’ of Hitler’s spies, it was rumored to be the control center for the military power supply. You could be shot on sight for entering that area unauthorized…

Don’t forget that amazing clock has been the focus of many iconic moments besides the ballroom in “The Fisher King.”

This piece of controversial art used the clock as a centerpiece for (one of the many) public nude photos by Spencer Tunick:


Now doing this research lead me to some very interesting ‘sych winks’ that really tie in the major events in history with this icon of New York.

For instance, I was not aware that the bomb was planted in Grand Central Station on SEPTEMBER 11, 1976!

Life Detonated by Kathleen Murray Moran: The forgotten 9/11 of 1976

It was reportedly part of a terrorist plot by Croatian rebels who simultaneously hijacked a TWA transatlantic flight and revealed the location of the bomb in a locker. It was removed by police and taken to a station for defusing, but it exploded in the process, killing officer Brian Murray in the process.

So 25 years later, Grand Central responds to the September 11, 2001 attacks with massive American flag  hung in the “sweet spot” on the same day.


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Here’s another interesting correlation made by Mary Chapin Carpenter:

On her album, Between Here and Gone, Mary Chapin Carpenter sings about one man’s pilgrimage to Grand Central Terminal in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks.

Carpenter was inspired to write the song “Grand Central Station” after hearing an interview with an iron worker on the first anniversary of the attacks. The man, one of the first at the scene after the towers fell, worked at Ground Zero for days afterward. The iron worker said that at the end of each shift, he felt impelled to go to the train station so the souls of the victims could follow him.

“He’d find himself just going to Grand Central Station and standing on the platform and thinking whoever wanted to go home could catch the train home,” says Carpenter.

Let’s not overlook the fact that the entire main terminal lays under the huge constellation painting recently ‘recovered’ from accumulated muck, mainly blamed on tobacco smoke.

The interesting thing is that these constellations are arranged as they would be seen from outside our solar system, or as one Vanderbilt put it “from God’s point of view.”

From Wikipedia, here is a list of movies featuring Grand Central (which Wikipedia points out is actually Grand Central TERMINAL):

Amazing how many of these movies have to do with hidden truths, no?

The House on Carroll Street
North By Northwest

Carlito’s Way

I Am Legend

Men In Black
Men In Black II

Midnight Run
Old Dogs
Party Monster

Revolutionary Road
The Bone Collector |
The Cotton Club
The Fisher King
One Fine Day

Conspiracy Theory
Falling in Love
The Prince of Tides

The Freshman
The Perfect Score
Superman: The Movie

The Taking of Pelham 123

The investigation continues!
Grand Central Station Part 2

More information on Stargates in our Neighborhoods and Stargates in Caves.

~ by weewarrior on December 8, 2010.

10 Responses to “Stargates and Portals in Train Stations?”

  1. Absolutely brilliant research weewarrior. So much!
    ok quick comments –
    1. Mercury – yes,a flying ‘god’. Why is the man looking up to Mercury and the woman looking down?
    2. Whole style is classical Roman – Imperial Rome – Vatican
    3. Clock – is it a core crystal? transmitter/receiver/invisible eye (pine-cone/3rd eye on top)
    4. is the underground power station real or symbolic? Mega energy radiations.
    5. Fascinating about the 9/11 iron-worker taking souls home.
    6. Vaulted ceilings ‘Whispering corridors’ like churches, create certain acoustics
    7. Van de Bilts – early Dutch settler in new York, rose to massive wealth through railroads; took a financial tumble in 20’s but still 7th wealthiest families. Probably major investor in the building.
    8. Ecliptic view of the constellations – as from the Sun, not Earth.
    9. Secret Rooms and passageways and ‘Red Buttons’ as with Priests and Military.

    So yes, it is probably a central strong-hold, but for whom? Would they wish to halt all movement in the event of an invasion?
    Personally I think not a Star-Gate. The people energy doesn’t work so well without adoration and ritual and most commuters are kind of brain-weary.

    There is an absence of one symbol of power – a star in the centre of the floor.

  2. Hey Wendy-
    Nice research yourself! Thanks for gathering all that up, I am particularly floored by the constellations being from a solar POV!
    You’ve got me diggin again, I’ll probably just post it all in a new blog…thanks so much for the insight and I am more curious than even!

  3. Worked for Harry Potter I guess.

  4. 9/11/76?! That is new to me. Dates are meaningful. I’ll be looking up that story.

    When you mentioned portals being in public transit I immediately thought of one of the Narnia movie sequels where the kids are in a tube (subway) amd transported back to Narnia. Also, Harry Potter had a magical train station within the regular public station.

    Hidden in plain sight like always.

    • Oh right! I always think of that wardrobe in Naria but they did have that subway portal too! Ever read the young adult series “So You Want to be a Wizard?” They have a portal between the Twin Towers in one of those books that could be accessed from the roof. And yes, I think the date of that story is very significant, let me know if you find anything, info was scant for me.

      Also there are those weird books by Patrice Chapman about learning to jump through portals with Salvador Dali. She claims they used the Perpignan train station in the Pyrenees and that his mural on the wall marks the portal.

      The hidden in plain sight concept has got me looking at all kinds of things differently. Like ferris wheels, city fountains, park layouts and those weird public art exhibits…

      Geez, I hadn’t visited this blog in a while, lots of pics gone, I’ll have to hunt them back up, sorry about that.

      • Its amazing how much shared imagery exists across works of fiction that we don’t realize until we stop and focus on it. We are interesting beings.

        In the Iron Man 2 movie Tony’s dad had hidden the molecular structure of an undiscovered atom or something in the layout of his park design. I don’t remember the specifics now, but it’s basically what you are talking about by looking at fountains and park layouts, and even looking at the stars and moons on the grounds of the SoL. It all brings me back to The Matrix and supposing we already are batteries in some capacity even if we aren’t stored in tubes of yellow fluids. If the layout of streets and structures are a circuit board and we generate electricity by our movement amongst these structures that is then collected somehow. Wow.

        Imagine we are the power source that electrifies the grid and then they sell that power back to us claiming they generated it through coal and nuclear and hydro plants.

        I want to figure it out. If I could light, heat and purify the air in my house through atmospheric electricity that would be amazing!

    • I want to figure it out too! Got a feeling we are dealing with a totally different atmosphere than our ancestors, so we probably can’t recreate their tech, but we could study their techniques and adapt it to modern circumstances. I’ve done research and there have been some half-ass projects, especially in Africa, but none of them get developed because, ya know, we can’t have free energy, that would gum up the NWO death grip on our economy. Sigh.

      Anyway, I do believe the old power grid wasn’t transmitted but laid out in a circuit board, just like you mentioned. Perhaps all the dances and rituals also fed into that power grid? It would explain why they were so crucial to “primitive” cultures. In fact, I suspect song and dance are what powered the megalithic cultures as well.

      Wow is right!

      Have you seen the theory that jet engines actually run on AE? Speculates they don’t really need that expensive fuel, it is just burned off for show.

      I also study a lot of homemade passive energy builders, actually worked on some EarthShips in New Mexico. They would be ideal candidates for trying out AE since they have unconventional power hookups already.

      Keep spitting out those ideas, who knows which one is going to launch us into the next level!!!

      • A different atmosphere. That’s a fresh idea, would make sense. I’ve been entertained by the possibility that we are post “millennial reign of Christ” and that’s a pretty dramatic claim, perhaps the changes that would take place during such an event and after would account for atmospjeric energy changes. Fascinating.

        I looked into Earthing a few years ago and have been thinking thats how the antiquitech worked. I’ve seen video of a person measuring the electric charge of their body, barefoot in the grass, with shoes on, barefoot on concrete, standing under power lines and seeing the difference when they are or arent grounded. It seems we carry electrostatic charge everywhere we go unless we specifically ground out. I should check, maybe you have already covered this topic. My dad was an electronics technician, but i never had much interest in it, he taught me some things and i listened and retained some of it, but not enough. He passed away a year ago, I would have loved to show him this blog. He was into alternative ideas as well. I dont think I had found out about antiquitech enough to ever discuss it with him back then.

        I am familiar with the idea of jets being powered by another energy source and using oil based fuels for show. I am open to it. While i no longer have my dads education available to me, I do have a brother in law who is an engineer. He built a very small sound based “anti gravity” machine. I dont know what it is officially called, but its essentially a set of speakers that creates a wave field and he could place a small, less than tic tac sized, piece of paper into the field and it would float. Not something that is easily scaled up it seems. I expect there is an answer somewhere between the battery like state of earth and atmosphere and sound waves and static electricity. Its exciting to think about.

        Like you said, “they” dont want these ideas around. Electric trolleys were surprisingly prevelant early 20th century it seems, until oil and auto groups pressured Congress to change things. Can’t have electric public transportation when you want a car in every driveway. Make that 2 cars! Then when alcohol fueled engines were gaining traction guess what? Alcohol is immoral and we must protect the children!! Prohibition! Once the pote than for an engine that could be fueled by whatever you could distill in your own backyard was dead, well, forget the children, bring back the alcohol!

        I believe similar reasoning, meaning big companies and industrial materials manufacturing, were behind cannabis prohibition. Along with “big medicine” who was also responsible for prohibition of opiates and cocaine. But I’m in the weeds now. Other discussions for other times!

  5. Paul, I am so jazzed to learn your Dad was an electrician, so sorry he is still not here to help us understand this way of looking at electricity. Maybe he gave you a little nudge in this direction from the great beyond? I’ve really been wishing I knew someone who really understood how conventional electricity worked but was wanted to experiment with other forms so I could pick their brains.

    I have looked into Earthing and am quite convinced humans carry an electrical charge that gets blocked unless you spend some time with your body in contact with the earth. One reason people get such a kick out of gardening, it gets them grounded again. Now that I live in a cold wet region I don’t go barefoot much but I make myself go dig my bare feet into the ground every time I feel like my energy is off, and it really does the trick.

    Also wondering how much effect salt water has on the body’s electrical current. I certainly feel recharged after a spalsh in the ocean or a mineral pool. I suspect the salt helps clear the energy field so the body’s electrical field runs smoother.

    Anyway, so cool that your brother-in-law is experimenting with the levitation qualities of sound waves. I’ve long speculated that is how the ancients moved those massive rocks, maybe even how they shaped them! There is a great article out of the 30’s about an explorer in Tibet witnessing the levitation of huge rocks using those weird instruments. I befriended some Tibetans once and they made a big deal about me coming to their final ceremony and standing in front of the long horns while they played them. It was not a pleasant sound, but it stirred my energy from my toes to the tips of my hair, I practically floated out of there! I also found it interesting that they often point them at the ground like they are healing the very earth!

    • Sounds like you have had some amazing travels and learning experiences. I love going to the beach. Dr. Berg on YouTube did a video this summer about the health benefits of being at the beach. I have felt the effect of grounding out. I’m interested in the Tibetan horns. All things seem to be frequency. I’m a counselor, studied psychology, and I find a lot of value in seeking to understand life through vibration. A friend of mine does crystal bowl healing meditation sessions. After sitting in a session I slept so well that night amd attributed it to the vibrational influence of the bowls. You can feel it as well as hear it.

      There is so much to learn.

      If I can get my brother in law interested in some of these less conventional ideas I will send him your way! He builds robots for a living right now, he knows electrical engineering for sure. Next time I see him I’ll bring up antiquitech

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