98 Top Scientists Built a Mysterious City Inside An Extinct Volcanic Crater

In 1937, ninety-eight scientists (including European scientists) were said to have traveled to South America with Guglielmo Marconi, where they built a city in an extinct volcanic crater in the southern jungles of Venezuela, including Fulcanelli, the enigmatic Italian physicist and alchemist who warned European physicists of the grave dangers of atomic weapons before mysteriously disappearing a few years later.

They continued Marconi’s work on solar energy, cosmic energy, and anti-gravity in their hidden metropolis, financed by the vast money they had amassed over their lives.

They developed free-energy engines and eventually discoid aircraft with gyroscopic anti-gravity while working in secret and away from the world’s countries.

The community is supposed to be committed to world peace and the well-being of all people. They have remained separated from the rest of the world, believing the rest of the world is under the influence of energy companies, international financiers, and the military-industrial complex, according to the tale, working subversively to develop peace and a clean, ecological technology on the planet.

Guglielmo Marconi (1874–1937) was born in Bologna on April 25, 1874, the second son of Italian landowner Giuseppe Marconi and his Irish wife, Annie Jameson, daughter of Andrew Jameson of Daphne Castle in County Wexford, Ireland, and granddaughter of John Jameson, founder of whiskey distillers Jameson & Sons.

He was a talented scientist who was both a usurper of Nikola Tesla’s technology and a personal friend of Tesla. Marconi was fascinated with physics and electricity from an early age. Unlike Tesla, Marconi was a competent businessman who knew how to network and manage a large financial and manufacturing empire.

Marconi was a multimillionaire, lived on a luxury yacht, and was probably the world’s most knowledgeable мe in the practical application of “Tesla Technology” when he allegedly died in 1937 (while still a relatively young and healthy мe).

The narrative is a popular topic among some philosophical groups in South America. “The Ciudad Subterranean de los Andes is discussed in secret from Caracas to Santiago,” writes French writer Robert Charroux in his book The Mysteries of the Andes (1974, 1977, Avon Books).

After that, Charroux tells the narrative of Marconi and his hidden city, as well as the account of Mario Rojas Avendaro, a Mexican journalist who examined the Ciudad Subterranean de los Andes (Underground City of the Andes) and decided that it was a genuine story. Nacisso Genovese, who had been a Marconi student and was now a physics teacher at a high school in Baja, Mexico, contacted Avendaro.

Genovese was of Italian descent and claimed to have resided in the Ciudad Subterranean de los Andes for мy years. He wrote an obscure book called My Trip to Mars sometime in the late 1950s. Despite the fact that the book was never published in English, it was published in Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian versions.

Genovese stated that the city was developed with vast financial resources, that it was subterranean, and that it had superior research facilities than any other research center in the world (at the time). According to Marconi’s beliefs, which he had acquired from Tesla, the city had already deployed a strong collector of cosmic energy, the fundamental component of all matter, by 1946.

“We sailed above all the oceans and continents in a vessel whose energy source was constant and essentially inexhaustible in 1952,” Genovese claims. It reached speeds of half a million miles per hour and sustained huge pressures, pushing the alloys that made it to their limits of resistance. The issue was finding the proper тмe to slow it down at.”

The city, according to Genovese, sits at the bottom of a crater, is primarily subterranean, and is completely self-sufficient. The extinct volcano is surrounded by dense foliage, hundreds of kilometers from any highways, and sits at a height of thirteen thousand feet in the Amazon jungle mountains.

The declaration that the city was atop a jungle-covered mountain 13,000 feet high surprised and dismayed the French novelist Charroux.

Yet, from Venezuela to Bolivia, the eastern side of the Andean cordillera comprises thousands of kilometers of such mountains. In this enormous, undiscovered, and continuously cloud-covered area, several such cities and mountains may exist.

The claim of a hidden city in a jungle crater, however, was the least of the claims. Genovese claimed that their “flying saucers” had taken them to the Moon and Mars.

He said that once the technology was mastered, traveling to the Moon (or Mars) would be reasonably straightforward (a few hours) (several days). Genovese makes no mention of pyramids or their activities on Mars. Perhaps they built a Martian base in one of the Cydonia region’s old sand-blown pyramids.

Many claims of UFOs have been made in South America, particularly along the eastern Andes’ high jungles, from Bolivia to Venezuela. Is it feasible that some of these UFOs are from the Ciudad Subterranean de los Andes’ antigravity craft?

Tesla and Marconi were both born around the same time and knew each other. In anti-gravity technology, they were ten years ahead of the Germans and twenty years ahead of the Americans. Who knows what they accomplished?

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