Zuckerberg preps for 2024 in big way. What does he know?


Something is rattling the elites – or they know something we don’t and are preparing for it. Bunker building is their latest new craze. And it’s not cheap. Zuckerberg is currently plowing an extra $100 million into his a self-sufficient compound in Hawaii to includes a 5,000sq ft bunker sealed by blast-resistant concrete doors.

And its not just Zuckerberg. A number of companies around the world are meeting a growing demand for structures that protect from any risk, whether it’s a global pandemic, an asteroid, or World War III – while also delivering luxurious amenities. 

“Your father or grandfather’s bunker was not very comfortable,” says Robert Vicino, a real estate entrepreneur and CEO of Vivos, a company he founded that builds and manages high-end shelters around the world. 

“They were gray. They were metal, like a ship or something military. And the truth is mankind cannot survive long-term in such a Spartan, bleak environment.”

His website says:

The central theme to all catastrophic and epic life-threatening events has typically always been to find shelter underground. The soil of the Earth itself can provide the best shelter for most catastrophes, deep below the surface. Vivos shelters are deep underground, fully self-contained complexes designed to survive or substantially mitigate virtually any catastrophe, or threat scenario including natural or manmade disasters.

Whatever the threat, our shelters are built and engineered to withstand or mitigate just about everything from a pole shift, to super volcano eruptions, solar flares, earthquakes, tsunamis, pandemics, asteroid strikes, the anticipated affects of Planet X – Nibiru, and manmade threats including nuclear explosions, a reactor melt down, biological or chemical disasters, terrorism and even widespread anarchy.

Co-own a membership interest in one of our massive community shelters or buy your own private underground shelterfor the ultimate life-assurance, safety and security for your family. Vivos is not just a shelter company. It is a network of communities of like-minded people, supporting each other for the best chance of surviving virtually any disaster. Our shelters are considered to be the strongest, most fortified, blast-proof shelters in the world. Once stocked with food, fuel, hygienic supplies, medications and your survival gear, you can easily shelter without returning to the surface for a year or more.

Not just billionaires

Vivos is also selling apocalypse prep at an affordable price point. https://www.terravivos.com

In South Dakota’s Black Hills mountain range, an end times-focused real estate agency of sorts called Vivos is looking to offload hundreds of catastrophe-ready apartments at $55,000 a pop. 

Unlike other bunker retailers, they’re not targeting billionaires or Armageddon-obsessives — but basic buyers who are aware that the world is a mess and it’s good to be ready for whatever may come.