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Mapping The World Grid

Mapping The World Grid
MAPPING THE WORLD GRID by David Hatcher Childress What is the World Grid? How can it be it mapped? What does it do? Why should we be concerned about it? What does it have to with anti-gravity? In my many travels around the world in search of lost cities and ancient mysteries I have often wondered if there was some link connecting many of the ancient megalithic sites. Are megalithic sites laid out on a grid? In other words, we are speaking about an intelligent geometric pattern into which, theoretically, the Earth and its energies are organized - and possibly in which the ubiquitous ancient megalithic sites are also positioned. What we are speaking of is fundamentally different from longitudinal and latitudinal lines that we are so familiar with from conventional geography. However the familiar image of the Earth as a globe girded in a lattice of longitude and latitude lines helps us understand what an Earth Grid, based on more primary energy lines, might be like. Planetary Grid R. S.

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The World-Grid The World Grid: (Prehistoric Geodesy) The basic essence of a world grid is the intellectual division of the surface of the world into a mathematically predictable model. There are several theories already in place to explain the existence of such a 'world-grid', should it ever be confirmed. The idea of the earth as a geometric shape goes back in history at least to the Pythagorean school of thinking in ancient Greece. Its famous adherent, Plato, wrote that ‘the earth, viewed from above, resembles a ball sewn from twelve pieces of skin'. 10 Vile Vortices Around The World from DeepInfo Website Figure 1: Vile Vortices Overview - from Ivan Sanderson's 1972 article in Saga magazine, "The Twelve Devil’s Graveyards Around the World" plotted ship and plane disappearances worldwide, focusing attention on 12 areas.

Earth's Grid System, Becker-Hagens, Ley Lines, Hartmann Net, Curry Lines - Science and Pseudoscience Earth's Grid Systems Science and Pseudoscience Topography, is the study of Earth's surface shape and features or those of planets, moons, and asteroids. Bethe Hagens - Planetary Grid Update by Bethe Hagens bethehagens@gmail.com Division of Humanities and Social Sciences Governors State University . University Park . Illinois 60466. Vile Vortices Definition: 1. vile –It. plural of vili meaning miserable. 2. vortices –It. plural of vortici meaning whirl or vortex. Explaining the Vile Vortices By definition, the Vile Vortices would be miserable whirlers but actually they are twelve vertex points of a planetary grid (see Figure 1) originally plotted by Ivan T. Sanderson, a naturalist and paranormal investigator. Sanderson first coined the term, “Vile Vortices” in his article “The Twelve Devil’s Graveyards Around the World” (Saga magazine, 1972). The best-known Vile Vortices are the Bermuda Triangle, the Dragon’s Triangle (Devil's Sea), and the South Atlantic Anomaly.

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