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Im a enthusiast who recently took a extreme interest in current science, and past solar events and revolutions on the earth.

Goal is a dream survivalist home*. Totally under ground and life sustainable.
For short term, and several escape methods.

Im a master welder, mechanic, construction artist, and inventor.
N. Tesla Enthusiast.

Home budget is 1.5 - 3 Million.

Enough to support 30 people (or 2 kids for 1) for up to 45 days or longer.

Im inventing a boring machine to bury with me.

Pressure swings sustainably. Oxygen systems. Etc.

I can tank some and seperate some. The budget i am hoping will be enough to cover that.. i know its complicated.

While also of course having multiple vent systems, the boring machine will be pressure sealed and inflatable.

Really not that complicated in 2019..

Weve had them for 60 years+.

Anywho. I hope i can be a sponge here and, maybe, help someone else.

I have another invention that will help with solar wind, or radiation shielding, utilizing magnetic fields.
Still in the thoughts and not on paper yet.

The poles will continue to accelerate...years* before the current pole shift occurs, that also flips our suns field, causing it to fart on us with 15% magnetosphere shielding.
Not good.
All we can do is the best we can anyway.

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I need to add. I plan doing it a very specific way already. Ive accounted for nearly everything except for the things i may not of..lol

Appx 10 stepped to 15-20ft underground or wherever i can reach bedrock with something i find reasonable for anchoring.

80% of this is within my capabilities, now, as if its one thing ive truly mastered in life is following instructions and comprehension of complex problems. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.survivalistboards.com/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
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Sounds interesting.

Post up progress updates on this. Very curious to see what happens with it.

Did you already have land, if not I have two properties for sale. 1 for about $8000 and the other for about $30,000, pm me if interested.
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Im trying to learn how to reply on these types of forums again.

I don't have land yet, but it cant be just any land either. I have to geographically choose it related to fault lines, elevation..etc.

I have to really sit down and account for all of that. So far a few places in Oklahoma look okay (i live near tulsa now)
But i plan to move back closer to tx ok border. And hopefully get the aircraft welding job ive been trying get..😀

Its all guesses anyway. Were all gonna die eventually. I just would like my daughter whom will be prime age, to have it on her terms, if Mother Earth's story is true and going to happen again.

The current science community is not accounting for the extra Di-electric acceleration.. (ie increasing inerta as the poles that are opposite polarity)
..and what happens when magnets get close enough.......

I cannot predict the future but i believe it is going to continue to accelerate as they get closer.

The Myan were not wrong. They never said "the world would end"...
They're dead, they didnt say anyhing. We all said that.
They simply detected the anomoly that triggers the flip, in their calandar, and they were within 100 year accuracy over 12,000. Impressive.

Without going down the rabbit hole too far. I just hope all of you have stayed up to date on all the science that is undeniable.

The plan is to initate it within 1 to 2 yrs in the earth.
I currently have a great job living in my 40' camper. I have a ton of welding and construction equipment already too 😥

The funds will be spread over 10-18 years. So 1.5m really isnt that unfeasible really for a middle class guy.

The concrete structure itself, naked, the way i wanna do it would probably run 300,000 in concrete alone. Or much more depending. Steel reinforcments, in a specific way

It will be cylindrical in shape. Garage and all buried. Not in a hill. Under level ground. With ability to fit about 8 cars.

So think about the sf area of a 40x80 shop or 50x80.
The tech i wanna bring in will be the big cost. And i am aware of that.

Hence o2 systems being the second stage. First stage is proper venting.

My digging machine is rough on paper now. Estimated cost appx 100,000 or.. much less...
Not a machine that can dig 1000 mile tunnels... just one to dig about 30' through soft earth and then be able to float, or fly.

Or a secondary hot air balloon type of escape craft. To be above the ground if that was a necessity.

And really this is all primitive tech. ALL of it. You can buy damn near all of it for the right price now anyway.

Imagine what a mid sized Kubota, with say, 15,000$ in advancements for the cab could do? (That isnt my invention..)

But even for a basic one. Given enough time.. that little machine could dig you out. If you absolutly needed it to, and took your time and did it right.

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Hey everyone!!
Im a enthusiast who recently took a extreme interest in current science, and past solar events and revolutions on the earth.

Goal is a dream home bunker.
I think the first thing would be to drop the bunker reference and consider the place a prepper multifunction home and shelter. There are many negative connotations for bunkers here and they usually involve decrying the idea for a multitude of reasons that have nothing to do with a prepper shelter, as opposed to an actual military bunker.

It sounds from the description that it is large enough to live in. If not, I believe I would construct it so you could.


Totally under ground and life sustainable. For short term,
For this kind of investment in money, time, and effort, I would not leave it at short-term. Mid-term at least. Say a year if the land will be relatively easy to farm, otherwise two years to get you through a year in case the first year crops are not adequate.

and several escape methods.
This is good. Very good. Most do not consider more than one main and one escape.

Im a master welder, mechanic, construction artist, and inventor.
N. Tesla Enthusiast.
Many of the skill required, especially if thinking outside the box to do some things. And I have a feeling you will.

Bunker budget is 1.5 - 3 Million.
1.5 - 2 million should be adequate for the structure and equipping it. The supplies will require the rest, and an ongoing outlay as consumables are rotated.

Enough to support 30 people (or 2 kids for 1) for up to 45 days or longer.
See above remark. You very well could need one to two years support. And there are likely to be additions through birth or necessity.

Im inventing a boring machine to bury with me.
That sounds intriguing. Is it for boring your way out, just in case, adding to the facility, or for future use? Is it an actual boring machine, flat-line digger, or excavator, or something else? (If it violates opsec do not post the info here.)

Pressure swings sustainably. Oxygen systems. Etc.
Make sure that if you do have a supplemental oxygen system to add O2 to the air in the shelter, that you also have an adequate CO2 adsorption system. Without getting rid of the CO2 all the oxygen in the world will not keep you alive.

Do the same for humidity and moisture. The body gives off a tremendous amount of moisture every day. If you have to seal in, to the point where you are adding oxygen and taking out CO2, you are going to have a humidity problem. There are several methods to do this, so it is not a real problem as long as one is aware that it must be done.


I can tank some and seperate some. The budget i am hoping will be enough to cover that.. i know its complicated.
For tankage, go with LOX. Liquid oxygen. It is about the only way to have any appreciable amount of oxygen on hand. People dependent on oxygen for life usually go with LOX if they are away from a good source of pressurized oxygen.

As large a tank as you can arrange, and as many of them as you can. It will not be easy or cheap. You will want a backup system to the primary operating system, and a backup to that. All the insulation in the world will not keep anything from reaching the ambient external temperature by itself. There must be an active system to keep the oxygen cold enough to stay liquid.

If only a section of the place will be isolated it will reduce the amounts of these supplies needed. If trying to keep the whole place pressurized without using outside air, you will need copious amounts if you ever have to shut the HVAC/Air Purification system down and close the vents.


While also of course having multiple vent systems, the boring machine will be pressure sealed and inflatable.
I am not understanding this very well. I think that it means that the machine will be safe from water encroachment, and if necessary due to major flooding of the area, it will float. Or, I suppose, it means it can operate underwater for boring in wet environments.

Really not that complicated in 2019..

Weve had them for 60 years+.

Anywho. I hope i can be a sponge here and, maybe, help someone else.
Feel free to ask me questions. Once you have enough posts you can PM me and I will give you my e-mail address. I have several documents that might apply to your project.

I have another invention that will help with solar wind, or radiation shielding, utilizing magnetic fields.
Still in the thoughts and not on paper yet.
I am extremely interested in this!

I believe we still have 25-30 years before the current pole shift occurs, that also flips our suns field, causing it to fart on us with 15% magnetosphere shielding.
Not good.
I am afraid it will occur much sooner. However, that is just a guy with a high school education looking at cycles, occurrences, history, and some other things, so do not take it without a grain of salt. It is just my opinion and yours are just as important.
All we can do is the best we can anyway.

Cheers. Flynt
I did not add the other quotes to this as there are only a couple of factors I will address.

1) Be cautious about anchoring to bedrock with a stepped design. If there is any earth movement, or bedrock movement that are not identical and occur at the same time, which is unlikely, the chances are that the structure, no matter how massively build, will fail where the part attached to the bedrock is attached to the earth supported parts.

I believe that the structure should be either vertical and attached to bedrock with attendant backfill used to reduce the stresses, or it should all be very well tied together and 'float' in the earth without connection to bedrock.

2) I would also rethink the cylindrical structure for the garage. While it will work, it is very difficult to incorporate adequate alternative exits for the mobile equipment and fixed equipment that would need to be hauled in/out. One spiral ramp is about all that can be put in.

A monolithic dome would work, with slanted access ramps. Of course, vertical lifts large enough to take the largest piece of equipment would also work with any of the designs, cylindrical, dome, or rectangular. These could be attached to the outside of the structure, with access on each floor.

3) Since you plan to have the equipment, I believe you will also stockpile quite a bit of material for use with that equipment. Even a 50'x80' area is not that big for both warehousing and working. Now, if that is two floors or more, that is a different story. So to speak.

4) That digging/boring/tunneling machine really has me fascinated. Tough (heavy) enough to dig, yet light enough to be able to fly by hot air balloon support.

5) I would go with a Bobcat Skid steer with a multitude of attachments rather than the Kabota. Although, if you cannot do a skid steer, the Kabota is the next best choice.


I have some additional ideas, especially about the Lighter-Than-Air craft, and some possible ways to incorporate Tesla tech into the various aspects of the project. Again, however, not willing to post them here.

Let me know if I can be of any assitance.

Everything is Just my opinion.
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Hey!!

That's exactly why I came here, to hear of unaccounted for ideals! 😀


The garage would be square, it would be protected but it would go down into my house.
Ill call it a survivalist house. Lol

Many people think im crazy enough already, ill take the advice.

Yes. I think we will have increased solar wind activity as the poles continue to relocate.
Electronics will start having problems at 55%-60% F.S

As will we.

The machine isnt a tractor, its more than likely going to be built on a skidsteer frame, but have a rotary nose with center mud guide. For escape potential.

I am just going to rent a full size track hoe or a full size extend hoe for a week or two. I can dig all the hole i want with that.

It will dig slow, even, smooth tunnels in soft and mild rock. I could equip with explosive loads to be a last resort.

Its not about one object alone. Just like any space craft, it sheds weight.
Hot air ballon was either a stand alone unit, or a detachment of the machine. Again. Simple 1950s physics here.

The shield generators would utilize a ancient particular shape... that focusses energy, to create a torrordial field...just like around any strong permanent magnet. While accounting for bio-reactions.

Focused to a flat spread surface or a point in space.
Its theoretical only. Our magnetosphere blocks ours. While it is very strong, it has a very low density.

So if magnetic fields and water are the only things thatcan shield the most important things...(us) than it would be a good thing theoretically to have around.

Better than....nothing!!!!!!.....

My idea of a potential survival situation revolves around having choices inside the survivalist home.

I have another idea that may do away with the need for such a intricate digging machine.
Or even one at all.

All in building design. Cyl shape is the strongest. And most resistant to any outside forces.
Force vector wraps around instead of...well a square, as we all know.

My thoughts of earth crust displacing is likely (hopefully) not going to be as extreme as we think. But we never know.

And indeed. According to legend.. it's livable in a shorter than that time, but again, things are unpredictable.

Not to mention, different parts of the world would be drastically effect different.
It could obliterate one side and just dust the other..

The more options you have, the higher the changes you have. If you have at least 4 to 5. (1 including staying put for 1 to 2 years)

Ill have seeds.. soil.. synthetic nutes. I am also very much into anatomy as well as horticulture.

Ill keep it up to date!!

Personally my big thing that may take off for me is antenna inventions.

Then i can just build a ark to live in
(Jk)

Keep it coming man. I love working around problems. And as for the bedrock thing, ill just have to draw it out for ya. So you can be sure to get the idea of it. 😀

Can pictures be posted here?
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Welcome..

Sounds like a very ambitious, interesting plan... Best thoughts I can think to apply are, location, location, location will make big difference in how achievable any plan may be.

That and start small, and work up to your ultimate goal. Remember the old saying, you can eat a whole elephant, just not at one meal.
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Sounds a lot like a movie plot I head somewhere?



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Hey!!

That's exactly why I came here, to hear of unaccounted for ideals! 😀


The garage would be square, it would be protected but it would go down into my house.
Ill call it a survivalist house. Lol

Many people think im crazy enough already, ill take the advice.

Yes. I think we will have increased solar wind activity as the poles continue to relocate.
Electronics will start having problems at 55%-60% F.S

As will we.

The machine isnt a tractor, its more than likely going to be built on a skidsteer frame, but have a rotary nose with center mud guide. For escape potential.

I am just going to rent a full size track hoe or a full size extend hoe for a week or two. I can dig all the hole i want with that.

It will dig slow, even, smooth tunnels in soft and mild rock. I could equip with explosive loads to be a last resort.

Its not about one object alone. Just like any space craft, it sheds weight.
Hot air ballon was either a stand alone unit, or a detachment of the machine. Again. Simple 1950s physics here.

The shield generators would utilize a ancient particular shape... that focusses energy, to create a torrordial field...just like around any strong permanent magnet. While accounting for bio-reactions.

Focused to a flat spread surface or a point in space.
Its theoretical only. Our magnetosphere blocks ours. While it is very strong, it has a very low density.

So if magnetic fields and water are the only things thatcan shield the most important things...(us) than it would be a good thing theoretically to have around.

Better than....nothing!!!!!!.....

My idea of a potential survival situation revolves around having choices inside the survivalist home.

I have another idea that may do away with the need for such a intricate digging machine.
Or even one at all.

All in building design. Cyl shape is the strongest. And most resistant to any outside forces.
Force vector wraps around instead of...well a square, as we all know.

My thoughts of earth crust displacing is likely (hopefully) not going to be as extreme as we think. But we never know.

And indeed. According to legend.. it's livable in a shorter than that time, but again, things are unpredictable.

Not to mention, different parts of the world would be drastically effect different.
It could obliterate one side and just dust the other..

The more options you have, the higher the changes you have. If you have at least 4 to 5. (1 including staying put for 1 to 2 years)

Ill have seeds.. soil.. synthetic nutes. I am also very much into anatomy as well as horticulture.

Ill keep it up to date!!

Personally my big thing that may take off for me is antenna inventions.

Then i can just build a ark to live in
(Jk)

Keep it coming man. I love working around problems. And as for the bedrock thing, ill just have to draw it out for ya. So you can be sure to get the idea of it. 😀

Added a nice little picture to help understand what i am talking about with pyramid energy focusing.
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