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10 Vile Vortices Around The World

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. Is the earth a gigantic crystal that resonates at 7 Hz with harmonic focal points at specific equidistant points? One of the best summaries is "Anti-Gravity and the World Grid" by David Childress. The Bermuda Triangle & Japan's Devil's Sea are considered anomalies, where unexplained phenomena occur, such as disappearing ships & planes, & radios & compasses that stop working. Why are ancient Megaliths placed at specific equidistant points, such as Mohenjo-Daro, Cairo, Peru, Easter Island, Zimbabwe, and Borneo, to name a few. If the Earth is mapped out as a icosahedron (or dodecahedron) Grid, these are all equidistant geometric points (Vortices) of intersecting (Ley) lines. List of Numbered Places Numbered List of Vortices on World Grid Map from Becker-Hagens

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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. It is also the description of such surface shapes and features (especially their depiction in maps). Vile Vortices Vile Vortices is a term referring to twelve geographic areas that are alleged by Ivan Sanderson to have been the sites of mysterious disappearances. He identified them in a 1972 article "The Twelve Devil's Graveyards Around the World", published in Saga magazine. [1] Vile Vortices map. The Vortices are aligned to the same latitudes.

Bethe Hagens - Planetary Grid Update by Bethe Hagens Division of Humanities and Social Sciences Governors State University . University Park . Illinois 60466. Several important avenues of speculation about the "planetary grid" have opened up over the last year / and we would like to share them with you.

Ley-lines There are several developed theories on the purpose of ley-lines, many of which offer valid potential; something which in itself illustrates the complexity of unravelling the myriad of alignments from several millennia of activity. It is likely that ley-lines are a product of different elements from several of the following theories, being created at different times, for different purposes. The following examples are the current contenders for explaining how such a dedication to straight-lines has led mankind its present position. It is important to recognise the distinction between ley-lines and geometric alignments. Spirit ways and Death roads - (Funerary paths): Although there is little direct evidence for 'religious' worship in the modern sense of the word at megalithic sites, there is certainly evidence that funerary rites were involved at several important locations (some of which may be classed a secondary use).

Diamagnetic Gravity Vortexes Diamagnetic Gravity Vortexes by Richard LeFors Clark Waves of gravity pour from an extraordinary (and imaginary) cosmic accident —a head-on collision of two black holes approaching from left and right. Kenneth Eppley and Larry Smarr used a computer to calculate and draw contours of the variable curvature of space that constitutes the radiation.

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? Ley line Ley lines /leɪ laɪnz/ are supposed alignments of numerous places of geographical and historical interest, such as ancient monuments and megaliths, natural ridge-tops and water-fords. The phrase was coined in 1921 by the amateur archaeologist Alfred Watkins, in his books Early British Trackways and The Old Straight Track. He sought to identify ancient trackways in the British landscape. Watkins later developed theories that these alignments were created for ease of overland trekking by line-of-sight navigation during neolithic times, and had persisted in the landscape over millennia.[1] Since the publication of Michell's book, the spiritualised version of the concept has been adopted by other authors and applied to landscapes in many places around the world. Both versions of the theory have been criticised on the grounds that a random distribution of a sufficient number of points will inevitably create "alignments".

The Planetary Grids ThePlanetaryGridsANATOMY OF GAIA (EARTH) ByAbjini Arraíz Editor's Note: On August 20, 2005, Luis Prada channeled Ashtar of the Ashtar Command to receive instructions for the planting of a quartz crystal in the Mojave Desert. 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.

Earth Chakras, Sacred Sites, and their locations Where are the Earth Chakras? At the foundation of earth chakra work is the pattern of the seven chakras. Begin your work with these seven, which are best defined by their geometrical centres. Learn to accurately draw the full circles of these chakras on world maps. After you are familiar with this foundation system, then there are other dependent structures to investigate. Learn the foundations first, and then build upon them. Museum: British Archaeology Collections - Rationalisation and En British Collection Highlights: Carved stone balls from Scotland are an enigmatic class of objects. They date to the late Neolithic or early Bronze Age, between 3200 and 1500 BC, and are made of various stones ranging from sandstone to granite. They are all of a relative similar size and are decorated with carved evenly-spaced patterns of circular bosses or knobs around the surface of the sphere. The designs vary with the majority being based around a series of six bosses, but the number of bosses varies from 3-160. Some carved balls are more skilfully manufactured than others, and a rare few have additional decoration.