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Gene is back for the 2nd day in a row with another Underground Base decode on the Netherlands.

We first get an update from Gene on some items discussed backstage around the Astar command.

Hannie from the Netherlands helps Gene read the many Dutch terms and names he can’t pronounce even though for her its after 3am in the morning!

We learn just how deep the House of Orange is within the Cabal and all the potential DUMB entrances.

We end with a Bible Memory Verse around God having plans, not to harm us, but to give us hope and a future!!

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DUMB-decode the Netherlands
Province of Zuid-Holland

Capital city: Den Haag / The Hague

Flag Coat of Arms
Provincial House:

Den Haag:

International Court of Justice
The Peace Palace in The Hague houses the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the International Court of Justice of the United Nations and the Hague Academy of International Law. The Carnegie Foundation is the owner and manager of the Peace Palace.

Over het Vredespaleis

Locations coinciding with Raspberry shake activity:

Huis ten Bosch, royal palace

Watch the name of the area right above the palace; Uilennest, i.e., owls’ nest

And the Seyss Inquart bunker:

Seyss-Inquart was an Austrian lawyer and Nazi politician. At first, he belonged to the ‘moderate’ wing of the Austrian Nazis, but later turned out to be the Reich Commissioner of the Netherlands in the occupied Netherlands. He was among the 22 major war criminals brought to trial at the Nuremberg Trial. He was found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity on October 1, 1946, and put to death more than two weeks later.
Paleis Noordeinde: this is the working palace of King Willem-Alexander

Square in front of the Palace:

The royal stables:

Dutch Parliament, het Binnenhof:

Fountain on the Binnenhof square:

The Binnenhof is possibly the oldest parliament complex in Europe that still serves as such, within which the meeting room of the Senate, built around 1655 as the meeting room of the States of Holland and West Friesland


Council of State / Raad van State:

Catshuis: (the official residence of the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte and the government’s reception centre since 1963. The Catshuis is part of the housing of the Ministry of General Affairs.) (Tau cross)

The following site is talking about the tunnels beneath Den Haag:

Quote: The ancient buildings in the center are strategically connected via underground corridors….
And another one gives a peek into the tunnels beneath de Brinkerhoff:


In the eye a lot of embassies are located:

Q-Park ‘New Babylon’, close to the central station and the courthouse:

Children’s hospital Juliana:

Barracks Queen Beatrix and ANWB headquarters:

Frederik barracks:

International Criminal Court:

All in one close spot: linked to Bronovo hospital:

Various members of the royal family have been treated in the hospital in the leafy and expensive Benoordenhout district. The hospital is within walking distance of Paleis Huis ten Bosch. The hospital has several wards named after a member of the royal family and claims to provide “courteous care.” It also made headlines in the past due to a novelty: the Royal Class Service with additional meal facilities, a bathroom package, a minibar in the room or even a fully equipped office corner.
The Dutch princesses were born here.

Haga Hospital:

Penitentiary institution

Oosterbeek Estate:

Ancient Roman underground chamber:

Rosarium Westbroekpark, building in the form of the symbol of Rothchild (Y).



Prince Hendrik Square

Square 1813 the Hague

Those squares perfectly line up:

Sophialaan runs from square 1813 to VNG International:
“Building Better Futures
VNG International are experts in strengthening democratic local government in developing countries and countries in transition.”
VNG International is the International Cooperation Agency of the Association of Netherlands Municipalities (VNG). Being part of VNG, one of the oldest and strongest local government associations in the world, our roots in local government are deep. It is second nature for us to work at both the technical and political level of local government.
We are also actively involved in European and worldwide networks of local government organisations. The combination of these two ‘characteristics’ enables us to cross-fertilize and to provide services for clients which better suit the needs of the beneficiaries. It is part of our identity: we are of, for, and together with local governments.

Clearly a globalist organization.

Conference Center Babylon, with Q-Park

Advisory Council on International Affairs:

Q-park beneath the Malieveld:

The Malieveld has been designated by the government as a place for demonstrations. Unfortunately, this place is now regularly in the news for excessive police violence against peaceful anti-lockdown protesters.
Arrest teams known as the ‘Romeos’ (plainclothes officers) provocatively enter the field towards the end of a demonstration, leading to aggressive police action and numerous arrests, including children.
In addition, police dogs are also released on the peaceful protestors.

Haagse Hogeschool:

Cold War shelters:
Public hiding place under the Buitenhof in The Hague. This two-story air raid shelter is attached to a parking garage:


Connected to Haaglanden Medical Center Westeinde:

Het Plein




Hoek Grote Marktstraat;
Nowadays here is a tram station, the tram is going underground here, also a big shopping mall underground.

Huygenspark; close to residential care facility


A lot of shelters are parking garages now.


Landgoed Clingendael

Seyss-Inquart, during his stay, lived in the Netherlands during the first half of the occupation (at the estate Clingendael in Wassenaar). He also had the command bunker built between Clingendael and the Oosterbeek estate in The Hague, which can still be seen right next to the Juliana Barracks. This bunker, camouflaged as a farm, measuring 61 by 30 meters, included the workingplace of Seyss-Inquart. During the second half of the war, he left with his staff for Apeldoorn (see province Overijssel).
Also, in Wassenaar we find another interesting estate, belonging to the Twickel family, which I will go into later when we talk about the provinces Overijssel and Gelderland. For now: Twickel is a branch from the Van Heeckeren lineage, Dutch nobility.
One of the estates enlisted at the Twickel Foundation is Estate Wassenaar:

Landgoed Wassenaar


The current estate Wassenaar is over 200 hectares and is the core of the former possessions of the Van Wassenaer Obdam family. Together with the adjacent Duivenvoorde and De Horsten estates, it forms an essential green lung between The Hague, Wassenaar, Leiden and Voorschoten.

Duivenvoorde Estate:

Estate ‘De Horsten’:
Here we read:

The historic De Horsten estate consists of a combination of three complexes of historic country estates: Eikenhorst, Ter Horst and Raaphorst. De Horsten in turn is part of a combination of country estates such as De Paauw, Backershagen and Groot Haesebroek. HRH Prince Frederik of the Netherlands (1797-1881), the second son of King William I, acquired the Raaphorst and Ter Horst estates in 1838 and Eikenhorst in 1846. All three are country estates with a long history, which in the case of Ter Horst and Raaphorst goes back to the Middle Ages.”

Estate Eikenhorst:

This is where King Willem Alexander lived with his family until 2019.

Estate Ter Horst: Wikipedia reports that it was originally a hunting lodge.

This website mentions it belongs to former queen Beatrix:
The third estate mentioned is Raaphorst, only thing left is the park.

 Going to the website we find this:
Visibility: underground!!! Interesting….

The estate is owned by King Willem Alexander.
The other three estates mentioned on the above website:

Raadhuis De Paauw

Backershagen Estate has three buildings: Backershagen, Wiltzanck and the Hartenkamp.
Estate Backershagen (with royal background)

Wikipedia mentions De Schelpengrot as part of Backershagen:

This website mentions this cave is protected as a national monument:


Fort Wierickerschans was built in 1673 by order of Stadtholder Willem III. It is part of the Old Dutch Waterline and is, for strategic reasons, located at the junction of the Oude Rijn and the Single Wiericke.
Bodegraven has recently been extensively in the news after Joost Knevel, a survivor of SRA, came out with his story. He witnessed infanticide as a child, in which Jaap van Dissel, the man who is currently advising the cabinet on the corona crisis, and the former general practitioner of the village were involved, hear his story here:


Public School het Vogelnest, Speel en Werkhoeve and Kindcentrum Wereldweijde:


Den Haagtempel:

Masonic symbolism everywhere:

Balij manege, Balij has no meaning, Balije however means bailiff. A bailiff is the name for an Order province in the major spiritual orders of chivalry: the Templars, the Maltese Order and the Teutonic Knights (see introduction video on the Netherlands DUMB-decode).


Crematorium and cemetery:

AIVD (General Intelligence and Security Service)

Lage Land Hospital

The German occupier built a line of defense along the coast, a series of bunkers at exactly 16 kilometers from the coast formed part of this. This bunker was completed in 1944. After the war it served as a warehouse and now it is part of a playground.

Mysterie! Dit is wat er onder het piratenfort in de speeltuin in het Westerpark zit

Bible Memory Verse
Jeremiah 29:11
For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans toprosper you and not
to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

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