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Saturday, August 20, 2011

The Earth

The earth itself has a magnetic field that looks like the flower of life...Interestingly, along all magnetic lines (otherwise known as ley lines) surrounding the globe, there are ancient sites. Here are a few maps:

Europe







Our Planetary Grid









Celtic Trails of Scotland

The Southern England "Michael Line"

Great Vatican Jesuit Leyline
System of WWII (1939-1945)


Stonehenge















Earth's Magnetic Field:




National Geographic
CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO!! (LINK)
It shows what the North Pole looks like from the International Space Station.  



In this image, you can see Stonehenge and Cairo (Egyptian Pyramids)
 and the key nodal points they are located at.
 Sacred sites around the globe have this geometric relationship.
This also just so happens to be our consciousness grid.



If Alaska is the northern most point:






G=Great Pyramid
A=Angkor Wat
V=Anatom Island
E=Easter Island
X=Atlantis??

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO
Included in the link above are coordinates of these sites,
along with links to information about each ancient site and its significance.



SINE LANGUAGE
(as in sine, cosine, and tangent)



To see more of these, check out the link I provided above.



COINCIDENCE? ...YOU DECIDE.


Here's an interesting link.

LEY LINES:


"Most cultures have traditions and words to describe the straight, often geometric alignments that ran across ancient landscapes, connecting both natural and sacred prehistoric structures together. Usually the names given to represent these invisible lines are translated to an equivalent of 'spirit', 'dream', or 'energy' paths. However, apart from the physical presence of the sites themselves, proving the presence of a 'connection' between them is something that researchers have found notoriously elusive.

Amongst the widely differing (and often simplistic) theories that attempt to explain why ley-lines and landscape alignments first appeared, the following theories probably say as much about us now as at any time in the past, yet we are bound to acknowledge and respect the following writers opinions and conclusions as 'they', the following few, are the giants upon whose shoulders this field of  study current sits."


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