Secure Facilities of the Lusophone Foundation


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SECURE FACILITIES OF THE LUSOPHONE FOUNDATION


The Lusophone Foundation operates a significant number of secure facilities distributed across territories under its jurisdiction. Those secure facilities typically have facades to disguise their actual activities and are divided into different categories, specialties, and widely varying operational types to support the Foundation's mission of security, containment, and protection.

The following list comprises a number of official Secure Facilities of the Lusophone Foundation.

SITE LIST

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SITE PT1

LUSOPHONE FOUNDATION MATRIX

LOCATION: SÃO PAULO — BRAZIL or LISBON — PORTUGAL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: [REDACTED]

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Main edification of Site PT1.

This is the administrative matrix of the Lusophone Foundation, located in a liminal geographic space (or not) between Brazil and Portugal through paratechnological disciplines.

It houses the Lusophone Director’s Council and other superintendent corps responsible for the general administration of the Lusophone Foundation.

Its infrastructure comprises a large historical complex in the form of a campus and garrison specially modernized to house the special operations of the Lusophone Foundation.

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SITE PT4

PARATECHNOLOGICAL ACADEMIC CENTER

LOCATION: ÉVORA — PORTUGAL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: DR. MINERVA LEOPOLDINA ALCÂNTARA DE LORENA

The oldest building complex owned by the Lusophone Foundation, Site PT4 was installed in the historic structures of the Athena Campus Academy after an extensive process of maintenance and integral renovation of the campus structure.

The current facilities are self-sufficient and include one of the largest academic and research centers in the anomalous world, a technical-scientific park for research and development of paratechnological solutions on a semi-industrial scale, in addition to being a reference in the development of thaumatological and thaumaturgical solutions.

It houses more than 80 million archival and historiographical artifacts (documents, photographs, books, etc.) from the world of the anomalous.

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SITE PT5

CONTAINMENT AND LOGISTICS COMPLEX

LOCATION: MATO GROSSO — BRAZIL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: [REDACTED]

Site PT5 is a facility dedicated to the storage of artifacts and anomalous items of low risk and objects classified as "Safe"; essentially, anything that can stay inside a container with minimal interaction and supervision.

Additionally, the facility operates as a sophisticated logistics center, with storage, distribution, transportation, sorting solutions, etc. of resources from the Lusophone Foundation.

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SITE PT7

LUSOPHONE PARATECHNOLOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHIC COLLECTION

LOCATION: FEDERAL DISTRICT — BRAZIL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: DR. JORGE VALLE WERNECK

Site PT7 is located in the areas that previously housed the Headquarters of the Brazilian Superintendence for the Paranormal. It is one of the largest and safest facilities used and operated by the Lusophone Foundation.

The facilities houses the largest archive of historical artifacts from the anomalous scenario in Latin America, with more than 90 million items curated, in addition to a significant number of anomalous objects and other paratechnological artifacts stored in its custody.

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SITE PT10

BIOLOGICAL CONTAINMENT AND RESEARCH COMPLEX

LOCATION: AMAZONAS — BRAZIL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: DR. YASMIN DA SILVA

Site PT10 is an extremely sophisticated installation specialized in operations and solutions for the security, containment, study and protection of anomalous objects, and other paranormal phenomena, considered of interest to Biological Sciences.

The installation's building structures comprise a macro-area with divisions in the fields of botany, geology, chemistry, medicine (and veterinary), etc., as well as specialized habitats and special zoological containment zones.

Due to its strategic location, it has a high degree of comfort and convenience with garrisons and accommodation, air and maritime infrastructure, a large specialized military contingent and the ability to operate training theaters for the Lusophone Foundation forces.

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SITE PT13

SPECIALIZED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMPLEXY

LOCATION: RIO GRANDE DO SUL — BRAZIL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: DR. DUARTE DE SOUZA GOUVEA

Located in the middle of the Academy's former Hephaestus Campus, Site PT13 is a large complex specially electromagnetically-isolated using paratechnological implements to support the containment and security of objects of interest of a digital, electrical and electronic nature.

Additionally, it has one of the largest divisions responsible for technology and information security actions at Lusophone Foundation.

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SITE PT17

MEDICAL TREATMENT AND EXPERIMENTAL CONTAINMENT COMPLEX

LOCATION: MATO GROSSO — BRAZIL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: DR. NATHALIE HEINZ-PETER

Structured in facilities formerly belonging to the Brazilian Superintendency for the Paranormal, Site PT17 is a sophisticated containment and security hospital complex, as well as research and development for innovations and paratechnological solutions in medicine and health. Additionally, Site PT17 has an extensive military aeronautical infrastructure.

The facilities are dedicated to medical treatment, with specialized clinics and experimental containment solutions, seeking to promote ethical and rehabilitative treatment for employees and anomalous objects of low and medium danger that exhibit relevant human cognitive characteristics that benefit from non-traditional treatments and containment procedures in the Foundation's mold.

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SITE PT19

SPECIAL MILITARY SECURITY COMPLEX

LOCATION: ZAMBEZIA — MOZAMBIQUE

FACILITY DIRECTOR: COMMODORE GUILHERME FERRAZ MULÉMBWÈ

Located on the Academy's former Nereide Campus, sealed in 1988 with the use of paratechnology due to geopolitical conflicts in the region's anomalous scenario that ended up making operations unfeasible. Site PT19 was reactivated again in 2005 after extensive renovation and modernization of its infrastructure, becoming a large-scale military complex in the region.

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SITE PT20

CONTAINMENT AND RESEARCH OF HISTORICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL ARTIFACTS COMPLEX

LOCATION: SALVADOR — BAHIA — BRAZIL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: DR. ÊNIO AUGUSTO BRUNING

Operating as an academic research and containment center, Site PT20 comprises the installation with the largest historiographical collection of the Lusophone Foundation. The Facility mainly contains anomalous artifacts of historiographical relevance and/or can have containment efforts maximized using context and historical research.

Currently, when it is impossible for Site PT20 to directly contain an anomaly within its specifications, it provides support to Projects and/or Installations that require the expertise of its employees.

The library at Site PT20, currently managed by Dr. Natalício de Borges Wilson, has both copies of historical documents and originals, in addition to a large digitized database of these. The library has cutting-edge preservation technology to preserve its collections.

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SITE PT25

CONTAINMENT AND RESEARCH OF METACONCEPTUAL OBJECTS COMPLEX

LOCATION: SANTA CATARINA — BRAZIL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: DR. SOFIA BACCERUTI

Operationalized with the modernization of the infrastructure of the former Morfeu Campus of the Academy, in a set of historic buildings marking a point of convergence of Neuragias, and a liminal entrance to the Oneirosphere, Site PT25 is a sophisticated installation dedicated to operations involving abstract and conceptual objects.

It is the Lusophone Foundation's matrix for dealing with noospheric spatial objects, including infohazards, semiontological hazards, oneiric entities, extra-noospheric entities, hyper-conceptually chaotic instances, among other peripheral objects of interest.

Due to its idiosyncratic specialization, it houses the only Department of Conceptual Affairs of the Lusophone Foundation and, under its aegis, the Directorate of Geography of Conceptual Spheres, responsible for the development of paratechnological objects for security, protection, and containment actions of conceptual objects in general; in particular, it houses the Noospheric Geographic Computer systems.

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SITE PT33

SECURITY PARATECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER

LOCATION: GOVERNADOR VALADARES — MINAS GERAIS — BRAZIL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: GENERAL TIBÉRIO MACHADO

Site PT33, nicknamed "BULWARK", is the matrix of the Lusophone Foundation for the development of assurance and protection solutions through the use of paratechnology and/or the promotion of military operations. It is the most secure installation of the Lusophone Foundation.

It comprises a large complex structured as a military base for the operations of the Brazilian Armed Forces, with a brutalist architecture; having a central administrative building, a logistical structure comprising hangars and equipment for air operations, garrisons and warehouses, in addition to a large area for testing and combat training.

Extending underground, it has laboratory sectors for the development of techno-scientific operations of military paratechnology and sophisticated facilities for the storage and containment of artifacts.

AREA LIST

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AREA PT2

AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE CENTER

LOCATION: ALCÂNTARA — MARANHÃO — BRAZIL

FACILITY DIRECTOR: BRIGADIER [REDACTED]

Area PT2 is an extensive and sophisticated aeronautical complex covering an area of ​​more than 600 km². Due to its proximity to the Equator, the geographical layout, the climatic conditions and the demographic density of the areas, the complex is used to launch rockets, satellites and other objects of interest into space, in addition to operating as an aeronautical base.

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AREA PT9

ADVANCED BASE FOR TACTICAL MARINE AND OCEANOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS

LOCATION: MACAU PENINSULA

FACILITY DIRECTOR: COUNTER-ADMIRAL LUCA LEONG

Locateded in the vicinity of the Academy's former Neptuno Campus, Area PT9 comprises a large maritime area and an archipelago isolated as a biological conservation area under military protection due to economic interests.

The facilities' infrastructure is divided between surface complexes and special-use underwater modules, in addition to housing one of the largest port and maritime operation theaters and a substantial portion of the Lusophone Foundation's ships.

The sophisticated technology applied to the facilities structures is specialized to efficiently secure large portions of oceanic area and provide logistical and technical applications to any equipment needed by the macro-applied team on site.

In addition to the nominal commodities, the facilities have a port infrastructure accommodated by the idiosyncratic system of routes and underwater modules that guarantee effective logistics between the structures.

Any information related to Area PT9 must be imperatively safeguarded under Clearance Level 4.



The term Secure Facility refers to the sets of Lusophone Foundation a properties qualified and classified for institutional operational use. Typically, these building complexes have an extensive infrastructure capable of operating and providing any and all space and services possibly necessary to carry out the ordinary and extraordinary activities of the secure facility.

Each secure facility of Lusophone Foundation has one or more specializations that generally define its areas of activity due to the list of equipment and resources (including human) available in its spaces.

Regardless of their specializations, secure facilities have certain basic needs and have common departmentalized or sectorized infrastructures; Every relevant facility has its own department of logistics, medicine, security, etc.

Mostly, secure facilities operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in 3 shifts (morning, afternoon and night) with a variable contingent according to local operational needs and, therefore, offer accommodation, garrisons and residence to officers there, in addition to access and support to basic services.

The security and protection of Lusophone Foundation's secure facilities rely on the most sophisticated accessibility systems (for people with disabilities or special needs), fire and panic protection and other security levels and solutions, in particular, structures compatible with the use of confidential information and materials such as installations compatible with compartmentalized security systems

The security and protection of Lusophone Foundation secure facilities rely on the most sophisticated accessibility systems (for people with disabilities or special needs), fire and panic protection and other security levels and solutions, in particular, structures compatible with the use of confidential information and materials such as installations compatible with compartmentalized scifs1 security systems.

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