Most people seem to be unaware of the fact that as the citizen class of the planet, regardless of the country we live in, we are not granted the same rights as the elite class of the world to visit some of the strangest sites on the planet.
Things relevant to our very history and understanding of life on Earth may be concealed in the following 22 places. Here are some places on Earth that people are not quite allowed to visit.
In Southwestern France, the Paleolithic cave paintings of Lascaux were discovered in September of 1940. After becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979, certain human activities may have been a little too much for the site, such as an air conditioning system, intense lights, and tons of visitors. As a result, authorities closed the caves in 2008 for three months.
2. The Vatican Library’s secret archives
You probably know about this one, and it is no joke. Inherently relevant spiritual knowledge only reserved for those truly initiated into the unjust upper echelons of power on Earth is thought to be contained here.
Certain portions of the library were revealed to “expert researchers” in the 1800’s, but aside from that very few people have ever been allowed to view the content of this library.
3. The Coca-Cola vault of the secret formula
This one is a little obvious as a marketing campaign. In 1886, a pharmacist named John Pemberton (a Freemason by the way) created Coca-Cola because coca leaves contain cocaine, and soda bars were a rising trend in the United States.
In downtown Atlanta, Georgia the secret formula for Coca-Cola was moved from it’s SunTrust Bank vault to this touristy “World of Coca-Cola” place, where people can go visit it, but they don’t get to know what the formula is. It’s probably not that interesting anyway.
4. The Bohemian Grove
People reading this are probably also familiar with it. In the redwoods of Northern California, rich occultists go to have these bizarre rituals and “mock” human sacrifices. A simple DuckDuckGo search about the place will yield the results you want to find.
5. Menwith Hill Royal Air Force Station
Didn’t think the UK was as bad as the United States with its military activity? Think again. People might want to pay attention to their history because they just accidentally admitted to using horrifying, organ rupturing weapons on the people of Syria.
Menwith is known to be the largest electronic monitoring station on Earth, where communications are thought to be intercepted via gold ball-like structures that used to be called radomes. It is about nine miles west of Harrogate in North Yorkshire.
6. Disneyland Club 33
When you understand the pedophiles who have probably been with Disney for a long time, this gets kind of creepy.
At Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, an executive lounge and members only club called Club 33 (like the Freemaons) can be found above the New Orleans Square Blue Bayou. The membership for it is $11,000 every single year. It was created by an elite group of people by Walt Disney himself.
7. Mezhgorye, Russia
Only the government of Russia has the power to grant visitors access to the site known as Mezhgorye. It is a now closed military town near Mount Yamantau in the Republic of Bashkortosan in Russia.
While many suspect the location was once the site of bunkers to protect people from nuclear attack, others suspect it is still active as a site for a nuclear base.
8. Office 39 (Room 39)
The leaders of North Korea have a need to bypass sanctions and obtain foreign currency. So, they supposedly built this Office 39, designed to obtain foreign currency and perhaps even perform illicit economic activities (that go beyond defying sanctions).
9. Moscow Metro-2
A nuclear war was a legitimately serious danger to the leaders of Russia under Stalin’s rule. Metro-2 is a subway just designed for the people who had seized power in Russia to escape a catastrophe. It’s existence has not even been confirmed or denied.
10. Pine Gap, Australia
Did you think you’d be safe and away from the system in the heart of the Australian outback? Unfortunately someone beat you to it.
The United States CIA works with the Australian government at the Pine Gap satellite tracking system in the center of the rural Australian outback. This was identified as a key facility in US surveillance by Edward Snowden.
11. The Jiangsu National Security Education Museum
In Nanhing, China a spy museum was opened in 2009. It is full of things like guns disguised as lipstick, and decks of cards that conceal maps. Americans aren’t even allowed to enter.
12. The White’s Gentlemen Club.
In London, a creepy, “historic” and extremely elite gentlemen’s club can be found on St. James’ Street. The Queen visited it in 1991, and she isn’t even a man. Who knows what goes on here. Ever seen the movie “Eyes Wide Shut?”
13. The Church of our Lady Mary of Zion
Ethiopia was filled with Christianity as well. The Church of our Lady Mary of Zion, in the Tigray town of Axum in Ethiopia has claimed to have the actual Ark of the Covenant in their possession. That is, a wooden chest that contains the original Ten Commandments on stone tablets.
14. Any Google data centers
Have you ever imagined how many servers and different facilities must be owned by Google? Silicon Valley is a strange place. Unless you’re the FBI, CIA, DOJ, or a similar alphabet agency, you’re not getting in.
15. Area 51
This is another one everybody is familiar with. In case you didn’t know, it has more tangibly been connected to the OXCART aerial surveillance program: look it up.
16. Poveglia, Italy
An allegedly haunted island exists off the coast of Italy: a site where victims of the Bubonic Plague that ravaged Europe supposedly were located.
However this is probably why the island was banned for public visits by the Italian government: it was the site of lobotomies and human experimentation in the 1920’s, and worse things may even happen here now without anybody knowing.
17. North Sentinel Island
Headlines have been made about this island, about anybody who attempts to set foot on the island being killed or hit with arrows and such. The reports are true.
The locals have firmly rejected the excesses of the Western world, and have earned a sort of independence from the governing rules of India.
18. The Qin Shi Huang’s tomb
China’s first documented emperor, Qin Shi Huang is filled with little clay figurines.
The problem is, clay is fragile. The fragility of the site, the Chinese government’s secrecy, and potentially the presence of extremely toxic mercury in the region has prevented proper excavation.
19. McDonald and Heard Islands
Deep in the Southern Indian Ocean about 1,700 km from Antarctica and 4,100 km from Perth, Australia one can find these islands.
They contain rare ecosystems, rich from Big Ben, an active volcano. They are the only known volcanically active subantarctic landmasses: and could contain life us citizens aren’t even allowed to know about.
20. Snake Island
The Ilha da Queimada Grande, otherwise known as Snake Island is an island completely uninhabitable by humans located about 90 miles off the Brazillian coast, near Santos. Over 2,000 of the world’s deadliest snakes, the golden lancehead vipers can be found here.
21. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault
This is the world’s largest known secure seed storage vault, capable of replenishing the entire world’s supply of important crops. Tens of thousands of varieties of critical food crops are stored here, costing about 9 million USD to construct.
Unfortunately, the Norwegian government controls it. They are as allied with the US and NATO as any other similar country.
22. Ise Grand Shrine (Ise Jingu)
125 shrines and 2 primary ones dedicated to various gods can be found at a location thought to be sacred, in Shinto.
The innermost parts are not allowed to be photographed and you cannot enter, but from the outside one can visit it.