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By Rick Martin

You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows — Bob Dylan

You start to pull on a thread and you never really know just where it might lead. This started out to be a simple, straightforward research investigation. Then some closets were examined and a whole lot of skeletons fell out. And that was only for starters! But let me start at the beginning and not get ahead of my story. The journey you are about to take will lead you to many unforeseen and unforgettable places. You will probably ask yourself—more than once—if this is even real. This story will lay forth a woven tapestry of such intricate design that you will marvel at the clever constructs of the “Shadow Government”. There's an old saying that applies to what they've accomplished: “Do it right under their noses.” The Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA, has been tarred and feathered by many conspiracy theorists—and rightly so. It's highly questionable financial origins are outside the control of Congress, and there is a vast sea of bizarre history behind the scenes of this seemingly service-oriented, quasi-government agency. Let us now begin a strange journey through the history of an agency which has evolved through many aliases on the way to finally being known as FEMA.


Few Americans—indeed, few Congressional reps—are aware of the existence of Mount Weather, a mysterious underground military base carved deep inside a mountain near the sleepy rural town of Bluemont, Virginia, just 46 miles from Washington DC. Mount Weather—also known as the Western Virginia Office of Controlled Conflict Operations—is buried not just in hard granite, but in secrecy as well. In March of 1976, the Progressive Magazine published an astonishing article entitled “The Mysterious Mountain.” The author, Richard Pollock, based his investigative report on Senate subcommittee hearings and upon “several off-the-record interviews with officials formerly associated with Mount Weather”. His report and a 1991 article in TIME magazine entitled “Doomsday Hideaway”, supply a few compelling hints about what is going on underground.

Ted Gup, writing for TIME, describes the base as follows: ”Mount Weather is a virtually self-contained facility. Above ground, scattered across manicured lawns, are about a dozen buildings bristling with antennas and microwave relay systems. An on-site sewage-treatment plant, with a 90,000 gallon-a-day capacity, and two tanks holding 250,000 gallons of water, could last some 200 people more than a month; underground ponds hold additional water supplies. Not far from the installation's entry gate is a control tower plus a helicopter pad. The mountain's real secrets are not visible at ground level.” The mountain's “real secrets” are protected by warning signs, ten feet high chain link fences, razor wire and armed guards. Curious motorists and hikers on the Appalachian trail are relieved of their sketching pads and cameras and sent on their way. Security is tight. The government has owned the site since 1903; it has seen service as an artillery range, a hobo farm during the Depression, and a National Weather Bureau Facility. In 1936, the U.S. Bureau of Mines took control and started digging.

Mount Weather is virtually an underground city, according to former personnel interviewed by Pollock. Buried deep inside the Earth, Mount Weather was equipped with such amenities as:
· Private apartments and dormitories,
· Streets and sidewalks,
· Cafeterias and hospitals,
· A water purification system, power plant, and general office buildings,
· A small lake fed by fresh water from underground springs, · Its own mass transit system,
· A TV communication system.

Mount Weather is the self-sustaining underground command center for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The facility is the operational center—the hub—of approximately 100 other Federal Relocation Centers, most of which are concentrated in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina. Together this network of underground facilities constitutes the backbone of America's “Continuity of Government” program. In the event of nuclear war, declaration of martial law, or other national emergency, the President, his cabinet, and the rest of the Executive Branch would be “relocated” to Mount Weather.


According to the Senate Subcommittee On Constitutional Rights hearings in 1975, Congress has almost no knowledge and no oversight—budgetary or otherwise—on Mount Weather. Retired Air Force General Leslie W. Bray, in his testimony to the subcommittee said: “I am not at liberty to describe precisely what is the role and the mission and the capability that we have at Mount Weather, or at any other precise location.” Apparently, this underground capital of the United States is a secret only to Congress and the US taxpayers who paid for it. The Russians know about it, as reported in TIME:

“Few in the U.S. government will speak of it, though it is assumed that all along the Soviets have known both its precise location and its mission (unlike the Congress, since Bray wouldn't tell); defense experts take it as a given that the site is on the Kremlin's targeting maps.”

The Russians attempted to buy real estate right next door, as a “country estate” for their embassy folks, but that deal was dead-ended by the State Department. Mount Weather's “Government-In-Waiting, ”Pollock's report, based on his interviews with former officials at Mount Weather, contains astounding information on the base's personnel. The underground city contains a parallel government-in-waiting:

“High-level governmental sources, speaking on the promise of strictest anonymity, told me [Pollock] that each of the federal departments represented at Mount Weather is headed by a single person on whom is conferred the rank of a cabinet-level official. Protocol even demands that subordinates address them as “Mr. Secretary”. Each of the Mount Weather “cabinet members” is apparently appointed by the White House and serves an indefinite term . . . many through several Administrations. The facility attempts to duplicate the vital functions of the Executive branch of the Administration.”

Nine federal departments are replicated within Mount Weather (Agriculture; Commerce; Health, Education & Welfare; Housing & Urban Development; Interior; Labor; State; Transportation; and Treasury) as well as at least five federal agencies (Federal Communications Commission, Selective Service, Federal Power Commission, Civil Service Commission, and the Veterans Administration). The Federal Reserve and the U.S. Post Office, both private corporations, also have offices in Mount Weather. Pollock writes that the “cabinet members” are apparently appointed by the White House and serve an indefinite term, but that information cannot be confirmed, raising the further question of who holds the reins on this “back-up government”.

Furthermore, appointed Mount Weather officials hold their positions through several elected administrations, transcending the time their appointers spend in office. Unlike other presidential nominees, these appointments are made without the public advice or consent of the Senate. Is there an alternative President and Vice President as well? If so, who appoints them? Pollock says only this:

“As might be expected, there is also an Office of the Presidency at Mount Weather. The Federal Preparedness Agency (precursor to FEMA) apparently appoints a special staff to the Presidential section, which regularly receives top secret national security estimates and raw data from each of the Federal departments and agencies.”

What Do They Do At Mount Weather?

~ Collect Data On American Citizens
The Senate Subcommittee, in 1975, learned that the “facility held dossiers on at least 100,000 Americans. [Senator] John Tunney later alleged that the Mount Weather computers can obtain millions of pieces of additional information on the personal lives of American citizens simply by tapping the data stored at any of the other ninety-six Federal Relocation Centers.” The subcommittee concluded that Mount Weather's databases “operate with few, if any, safeguards or guidelines.”

~ Store Necessary Information
The Progressive article detailed that “General Bray" gave Tunney's subcommittee a list of the categories of files maintained at Mount Weather: military installations, government facilities, communications, transportation, energy and power, agriculture, manufacturing, wholesale and retail services, manpower, financial, medical and educational institutions, sanitary facilities, population, housing shelter, and stockpiles.” This massive database fits cleanly into Mount Weather's ultimate purpose as the command center in the event of a national emergency.

~Play War Games
This is the main daily activity of the approximately 240 people who work at Mount Weather. The games are intended to train the Mount Weather bureaucracy in managing a wide range of problems associated with both war and domestic political crises. Decisions are made in the “Situation Room”, the base's nerve center, located in the core of Mount Weather. The Situation Room is the archetypal war room, with “charts, maps, and whatever visuals may be needed” and “batteries of communications equipment connecting Mount Weather with the White House and 'Raven Rock' (the underground Pentagon sixty miles north of Washington) as well as with almost every US military unit stationed around the globe,” according to The Progressive article. “All internal communications are conducted by closed-circuit color television. Senior officers and 'Cabinet members' have two consoles recessed in the walls of their office.”
Descriptions of the war games read a bit like an Ian Fleming novel. Every year there is a system-wide alert that includes all military and civilian-run underground installations. The real, above ground President and his Cabinet members are “relocated” to Mount Weather to observe the simulation. Post-mortems are conducted and the margins for error are calculated after the games. All the data is studied and documented.

~ Civil Crisis Management
Mount Weather personnel study more than war scenarios. Domestic “crises” are also tracked and watched and there have been times when Mount Weather almost swung into action, as Pollock reported:
“Officials who were at Mount Weather during the 1960s say the complex was actually prepared to assume certain governmental powers at the time of the 1961 Cuban missile crisis and the assassination of President Kennedy in 1963. The installation used the tools of its 'Civil Crisis Management' program on a standby basis during the 1967 and 1968 urban riots and during a number of national antiwar demonstrations, the sources said.” In its 1974 Annual Report, the Federal Preparedness Agency [now FEMA] stated that “Studies conducted at Mount Weather involve the control and management of domestic political unrest where there are material shortages (such as food riots) or in strike situations where the FPA determines that there are industrial disruptions and other domestic resource crises.”
The Mount Weather facility uses a vast array of resources to continually monitor the American people. According to Daniel J. Cronin, former assistant director for the FPA, reconnaissance satellites, local and state police intelligence reports, and federal law enforcement agencies are just a few of the resources available to the FPA for information gathering. “We try to monitor situations and get to them before they become emergencies,” Cronin said. “No expense is spared in the monitoring program.”

~ Maintain And Update The “Survivors' List”
Using all the data generated by the war games and domestic crisis scenarios, the facility continually maintains and updates a list of names and addresses of people deemed to be “vital” to the survival of the nation, or who can “assist essential and non-interruptible services.” In the 1976 article, the survivors' list contained 6,500 names, but even that was deemed to be low.


Continued in Volume One
Piercing the Veils of Deception


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