A Remote Viewing of China’s Secret Missile Bases and A Base for Extraterrestrial Interchanges
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America Has Not Identified the Locations of China’s Missile Bases

Shigeo Hiramatsu, Expert on Chinese Military Affairs


China currently has at most 100 intercontinental ballistic missiles, in other words missiles that can reach America, and is capable of launching 300 nuclear strikes if those missiles are armed with multiple warheads. It has between 200 and 300 mid-range missiles with a range of between 3,000 and 5,500 km, and they are all armed with nuclear warheads.

Then, where are China’s nuclear missile launching sites? American intelligence assumes that they are in four locations roughly at the center of the Chinese continent: Tianshui in Gansu Province, Nanyang in Henan Province, Shaoyang in Hunan Province, and Datong in Qinghai Province. An important command center is said to be located in Xi’an in Shaanxi Province.

According to the same American intelligence, a base named “Chojokotei (The Great Wall Project)” should exist where the Chinese have gathered both long and mid-range missiles in the same place, but its location is unknown.

The area on the border between Gansu Province and the Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region, that President Okawa viewed clairvoyantly this time, is near the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center. Here the Chinese performed an ICBM test launch aimed at the South Pacific in 1980. It is now the center of the Chinese space development program. They have launched a number of spaceships, and they are now steadily working on a project to build a space station by 2020.

However, American intelligence regarding the four missile bases is all conjecture. In fact, they have no clear knowledge of the actual situation.

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