Family Background & the Beginning of Awareness

This is my piece of the puzzle.  This information was received by me in an intuitive, co-creative process with the Universe because I really wanted to know the truth of who built the megaliths, and it led to all the information I shared in my video and much more.  It is clear to me that this information was given to me to bring it to light.  Please watch the foundational video on this blog of “Physical Evidence for the Layout of a Planetary Grid System…and a Suppressed Global Civilization.


There is no place on the planet that this civilization is not.  Like I said in the video, the evidence is all around us, and below us, and hidden in plain sight.  Literally just outside our front doors, in our back yards, in our neighborhoods, in our parks, and road system.

The purpose of this blog is to show you exactly why I believe this, and provide much, much more evidence to support my belief, and information on other related topics.  Not knowing this information allows all the many crimes against Humanity, the Planet, and the Creator/Creation to continue unabated because no one knows about it.  It has been well-hidden for a reason by those who wish to harm us all for power, control, and energy.  Everything is changing, and this information needs to come back out into collective awareness as soon as possible.

I also believe, that up until 500 or so years ago, Humanity was on a positive evolutionary path and in Unity Consciousness, and that around 1492 was the beginning of the hijack of this timeline by dark forces, and the replacement of it with one called Rome.  Can’t tell you how this was done, just that it looks like that is what happened because the Ancient Global Civilization built everything on the planet.  The same styles/designs cross oceans and continents, from ancient to modern!!!

I am going to start at the beginning of my life, because this is a lifelong pathway that ultimately connected me to the Truth.  I wasn’t consciously aware of my spiritual path, and its direct connections to this information, for most of my life.  But I was connected to it from the very beginning of my life.  I am almost 55-years-old.  It has taken me most of that time to put all these puzzle pieces   together.  Starting this process by telling you about specific moments of awareness in my life journey is ultimately the best way to organize an overwhelming amount of information.

I am from a White, Anglo-Saxon, Protestant (AKA WASP), solidly middle-class family, primarily with roots in the Deep South.

All my known ancestry goes back to the very beginning of what has come to be known as the United States, starting with the Mayflower’s arrival to the so-called Plymouth Bay Colony (I am a direct descendant of William Brewster, a moving force behind the Pilgrims, and the lay religious leader of the Plymouth Colony until the arrival of its ordained minister several years later) to the 1750’s with the influx of the Scots-Irish, my lineage through my maternal grandmother.  This is in accordance with the history we have been taught.

It is important to note, that on my Dad’s side of the family, the family history was repeated to my generation as that of the Huguenots.  That was all they knew.  No elaboration.  Just that they were French Huguenots.

Up until recently, the Huguenots were recorded in available historical references as Reformed Calvinists.  So the available information not long ago was that for some reason a Protestant Christian sect in France, the Huguenots, were persecuted, and even massacred, for almost 100 years.   Come to find out in the Internet Age, the Huguenots were Cathars and Moors.

I grew up in Montgomery County Maryland, outside of Washington, D.C.  My first home as a small child was in Rockville.   When I was two, my parents moved to Gaithersburg, which is where my earliest conscious memories are.  Not any big hits there until much, much later.

The family church I grew up in was Twinbrook Baptist in Rockville. When I started researching a couple of years ago, I found out that the Twinbrook area is adjacent to Rock Creek.

The softball team, of which my dad, an elementary school teacher and administrator, was a member, practiced at the Meadow Hall Elementary School field, which was right beside the church, just slightly downhill, and was the next street address over on Twinbrook Parkway.

When dad was practicing, and I was young, I, instead of watching the games,  I was always down off into the woods, right off the ball field, exploring.  It was a really cool place, in more ways than one.  What I remember is going down, down into the woods, and eventually finding really big stones to play in.  They were really fun for a 6-, 7-, 8-, or whatever-year-old, to play in and around.

This location was close to Lake Needwood and Lake Frank, and both are man-made lakes.  I will dedicate a future blog exclusively on the role man-made lakes play related to this subject and the cover-up of it.

In 1974, right after the birth of my youngest brother, we moved to a larger home in Rockville.  I always tell people we moved as close to Potomac, Maryland, as my parents could afford.  I lived here until 1982, when, after 1 year of junior college, I joined the Army for the Veterans’ Educational Assistance Program.  So this is where I grew up.

The house was brand new when we moved in – no trees, and the funny, almost comet-green color of sprayed grass seed.

The reason I bring this up is because the street we lived on – Lindley Terrace – on one end, some of the houses had a steep gradient on the backside – I mean really steep!!!  However, the houses were built on a predominantly flat surface.  The house my parents bought was on one of the flattest lots on the street.  This relates to what I now believe was actually underneath us.  Like, a flat-topped pyramid, perhaps?  I mean, when I was a kid, for some reason, I really made a mental note of the unusual features of my neighborhood street.

We were literally right next to the boundary fence of the Lakewood Country Club, with a golf tee area right next to the fence.  I will be dedicating a specific blog on how golf courses relate to the subject of the cover-up of mounds.

As a family we would go occasionally to Thurmont, Maryland, in Western Maryland, to Cunningham Falls State Park.  There was a picnic/swimming area at a lake, and then there were the falls themselves.  So I have memories of climbing up the big rocks of the falls.   I, like everyone else, had no concept in my awareness, that waterfalls could be anything other than natural.  But massive and block-shaped stonework is a recurring feature of waterfalls like what is pictured here.  Take a close look at the shape of the rocks in this photo.

Cunningham Falls

Before moving on from Cunningham Falls, it is important to note that Camp David is located in the vicinity.  As I learned more about earth grids, I found out that Camp David is situated on a nodal point.  It is the norm for centers of power to be on the earth’s power points.  There is a reason for this.

My house was relatively close to Great Falls, Maryland.  Access to the falls themselves, at least when I was young, was cut off after Hurricane Agnes went through in 1972.  There was access to an area with big stones that was fun to hike and climb, as well as the C & O Canal.   So, it was a place I went to many times with family or friends.

When I started to piece together that waterfalls, and canals as well, were part of the Ancient Civilization, I looked up Great Falls.  This is an aerial image of Mather Gorge there.  Now, I think the spin is how this could be natural, but look at how straight it is.

Mather Gorge 1

And here is how it looks closer to earth….

Mather Gorge 2

And then when you realize that part of the ancient civilization involved canal-building (another blog unto itself), then it becomes logical to see this as a canal rather than natural.

This is a picture of the C & O Canal at Harper’s Ferry.  They want us to believe that this was built in the early 1800’s.  So, what is wrong with that date of construction?  This is a sophisticated engineering project.

Harper's Ferry Canal

As a matter of fact, the C & O Canal parallels the Potomac River through this area for a long distance.  What technology existed in America in the late 1700s/early 1800s could have built a sophisticated project like this?  I am not aware of any technology that existed at that time that could have built something like this.  According to our history books, the second Industrial Revolution didn’t begin in the U.S. until the mid-1800s.

Harper's Ferry 2

My conclusion is that the C & O Canal, as well as the Erie Canal, and the St. Lawrence Seaway, and a canal system that covered the continent, was built by the advanced ancient civilization that was long-established here when the Europeans first arrived.  Again, when I say ancient, I mean a very old civilization that was living and flourishing in North America (and South America) when the Europeans first arrived.  And I have much more to say about the use of the word European to describe white people in a later blog based on my findings.  This ancient civilization was global!


A Foray into Castles and Mansions in the United States

I received a suggestion to look at the Coral Castle in South Florida, so it is my starting point for this post. As with all of my research, it has led me to some unexpected places. During the time I have been doing this work, I am never sure of exactly what I am going to find, but I know where to look and what to look for. This process yields very compelling results.

This is the story that goes along with the Coral Castle. It is a limestone megalithic structure attributed to the mysterious Ed Leedskalnin, a Latvian immigrant to the United States who claimed to have discovered the secrets of the Ancients, and that he single-handedly built it over a 28-year-period starting in 1923, working alone at night.

Not only that, he built it originally in Florida City, the southernmost city in the South Florida metropolitan area, and then as one version of the legend tells us, he hired a truck driver, and moved it to its present location near Homestead, Florida, in 1936. However he moved it, and he was said to have moved it approximately 10-miles, or 16-kilometers.

Keep in mind, the limestone megalithic stones here each weigh several tons.

This is the Redlands Coral Castle House, also in Homestead, Florida, said to have been built by an unknown person in 1932.

Though sometimes attributed to Leedskalnin, he purportedly did not move his Coral Castle to Homestead until 1936.

The interior was said to have been destroyed by Hurricane Andrew in 1992.

The property is now the Rancho Grande Castle Rock Farm & Nursery, with the abandoned Coral Castle House is used by the ranch for portrait photos.

Another one-man project is Bishop Castle in Rye, Colorado, named after Jim Bishop, who was said to have started building it, over a 40-year period, in 1969.

Bishop Castle is a tourist attraction in the mountains of Central Colorado. The turn-off for it is not far from where this photo of the Wet Mountains was taken.

This is the area around Bishop Castle from Google Earth, and I couldn’t help but look into information about the Ophir Creek and its campground shown here near the Bishop Castle.

This picture was taken at the Ophir Creek campground in the San Isabel National Forest.

Then there is this comparison of what you see in the Ophir Creek campground in Colorado on the top left; with downtown Eureka Springs, Arkansas on the top right; the Twin Lakes Reservoir in Bethel, Oklahoma, on the bottom left; and at the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area in Tulsa, Oklahoma on the bottom right.

These are cut and shaped stones.  These are not natural occurrences, contrary to what we have taught to believe by historical omission. 

They are lying around everywhere with no special attention drawn to them – just there.  Taunting us but not telling us. 

And only when you start realizing they are there.  Until you notice them, they just blend in to the landscape.

I looked up the name of Ophir because it is unusual, and I vaguely remembered it as having importance in antiquity.

I looked it up, and it is a port mentioned in the Bible, famous for its wealth.

It’s location has not been definitively placed, with candidates for the historical location of Ophir including India and South Asia; Africa; the Americas; the Solomon Islands; and the Phillippines.

I also came across this photo memorializing the St. John & Ophir Railroad in Utah, a short 8.5-mile, or 14-kilometer, railroad, said to have been built between the main track and St. John and the Ophir Silver mines in 1912. Then, a short 26-years later, the railroad line was abandoned in 1938.

The Watts Towers in the neighborhood of Watts in Los Angeles, California, are attributed to one person – Simon Rodia, an Italian immigrant construction worker and tile mason between 1921 and 1954.

They are considered examples of outsider art, or naive art, both of which pertain to lacking the formal education and training that a professional artist undergoes.

The towers are described as structural steel, covered with mortar, and adorned with broken glass, sea shells, generic pottery, and tile.

It sure looks like an antenna array!

Could the steel towers have originally been there, and Simon Rodia just decorated them? Or were others responsible, and he just got the credit?

Then there was Ferdinand Cheval, the French postman.

Beginning in 1879, he was said to have spent 33 years building Le Palais Ideal, in Hauterives, France, picking up stones on his daily mail route to build it with.

Like Simon Rodia, his work is called naive art too – an extraordinary example of it.

Back to Florida. Saint Augustine, Florida, which has the nickname “The Ancient City.”

Ancient means something belonging to the very distant past. 

Yet, St. Augustine was said to have been founded in 1565 by the Spanish Conquistador, Pedro Menendez de Aviles.

Here is de Aviles’ statue in front of the what was the Alcazar Hotel, and is now the St. Augustine City Hall and Lightner Museum, and is called Moorish Revival architecture.

It is important to note that Alcazar was the name given to a type of Moorish castle or palace built in Spain and Portugal during Moorish rule there.

Yet we are told that the St. Augustine is called the Ancient City based on what we are told is only a 454-year-old history???

The Villa Zorayda in St. Augustine was said to have been built in 1883 by the eccentric millionaire Frederick W. Smith…

…and was said to be inspired by the 12th-century Moorish Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain, and also called Moorish Revival architecture.

The Castle Warden Hotel in St. Augustine was said to have been built in 1887…

…as a winter home for William H. Warden of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a partner with Henry Flagler and John D. Rockefeller in the Standard Oil Company; President of the St. Augustine Gas and Electric Light Company; and the Finanical Director of the St. Augustine Improvement Company.

It has served as Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum since 1950.

In New York State, Beacon Towers, located at Sands Point on Long Island, was said to be a Gilded Age Mansion built in 1917 and 1918 (which would have been during World War I) for Alva Belmont, the ex-wife of William K. Vanderbilt, and the widow of Oliver Belmont. It was demolished in 1945.

Both men were millionaires, and members of prominent families of New York City. She herself was a multi-millionaire American socialite and suffragette. Here is a picture of her taken in 1922.

The mansion was said to have been designed by Hunt & Hunt, the architectural firm of Richard Morris Hunt’s sons Richard and Joseph, with some of its design elements incorporating those of the alcazars of Spain, like the Alcazar of Segovia, pictured here…

…as well as design elements said to be from pictures in medieval illuminated manuscripts.

Richard Morris Hunt was credited with the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty in 1884…

…the Entrance Facade and the Great Hall of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1902…

…and the Biltmore Estate near Asheville, North Carolina. More on this place later in this post.

The Hempstead House is still standing though, and it is also located at Sands Point on Long Island. It is also known as the Gould-Guggenheim Estate and Sands Point Preserve. It was said to have been started by Howard Gould, and finished by Daniel Guggenheim in 1912.

We are told the Hempstead House is patterned after the Kilkenny Castle in Ireland, which has a construction starting date of 1195, and a completion date of 1213.

The Oheka Castle, which is also known as the Otto Kahn Estate, is located at on the North Shore of Long Island in the town of Huntington.

It was said to have been built between 1914 and 1919 (also during World War I) as a country home for the investment financier Otto Kahn and his family, and was considered to be the second-largest private home in the United States at 109,000 square feet.

Today, the Oheka Castle is an historic hotel with 32-guest rooms and suites.

In case you have never heard of him, the fabulously wealthy Otto Kahn was the inspiration for the Mr. Moneybags character of the Monopoly board game. It is interesting how powerful but otherwise unknown people like this example here get inserted in our collective consciousness in seemingly innocent ways.

Otto Kahn was born in Mannheim, Germany, in 1867, moved to the United States in 1893, and became a U. S. citizen in 1917. He died in 1934.

The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, is the largest private home in the United States at 175,856 square feet.

Richard Morris Hunt, the same architect credited with the Statue of Liberty’s Pedestal, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, receives the credit as the architect for the Biltmore Estate.

It was said to have been built for George Washington Vanderbilt II between 1889 and 1895.

The Vanderbilt family amassed a huge fortune through steamboats, railroads, and various business enterprises, and the Biltmore Estate in Asheville is still owned by his descendents.

Overlook Castle is also in Asheville, and was said to have been built between 1912 and 1914 for Fred Loring Seely after his father-in-law, Edwin Wiley Grove, gave him 10-acres, or 4-hectares, on top of Sunset Mountain

It has two large windows that offer a panoramic view of Asheville…

…and Jacobean ceilings.

The Jacobean style was named after King James I of England who was also King James VI of Scotland of the Royal House of Stuart.

Strangely, you can find two different portraits of him. One that looks like this…

…and one that looks like this.

I know what I think…serious historical white-washing has taken place!

Here are more castles and mansions located in very different parts of the United States:

Chateau Laroche in Loveland, Ohio, near Cincinnati, said to have been built starting in the 1920s…

…Squire’s Castle near Cleveland, Ohio, said to have been built between 1895 and 1897…

…Joslyn Castle in Omaha, Nebraska, said to have been built in 1903…

…Montezuma Castle, in Montezuma, near Las Vegas, New Mexico, said to have been built in 1886…

…Copenhaver Castle on Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona, said to have been built starting in 1967…

…Tovrea Castle in Carraro Heights in Phoenix, Arizona, said to have been built between 1929 and 1931…

…Canterbury Castle in Portland, Oregon, said to have been built between 1929 and 1931, and demolished in 2009…

…the Pittock Mansion, also in Portland, said to have been built in 1914…

…the Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California, said to have been built between 1919 and 1947…

…Scotty’s Castle in Death Valley National Park in California, said to have been built between 1922 and 1931…

…and Shea’s Castle in Antelope Valley, California, said to have been built in 1924.

These are just a few of the many examples I had to choose from.

When I was thinking about a title for this post the word “foray” came to mind. One of the definitions of foray is a sudden attack or incursion into enemy territory, especially to obtain something.

I read that, and decided the word was perfect to describe what the subject of this post reveals, and of the many names of who was responsible for the misappropriation and misattribution of the Moorish Legacy. Not the only ones, but certainly recognizable and wealthy names.

This just scratches the surface of the very deep subject of what has taken place on earth, how it was done, and who dunnit!

In my next post, I am going to be looking at the subject of fires…and great fires.

Shining a Light on the Historical and Cultural Importance of Inner City Neighborhoods

I started noticing an important pattern in big cities when I was doing the research for the “Circle Alignments on the Planet Washington, DC” series, which is that the oldest and most historic neighborhoods of major cities of this country are what would be described as today’s inner cities.

For the sake of keeping this post shorter rather than longer, I am only going to focus on four places – Anacostia in Washington, DC; Harlem in Upper Manhattan in New York City; the Jackson Ward in Richmond, Virginia; and the oldest parts of Atlanta, Georgia.

Anacostia is an historic neighborhood in Washington, DC. This is where Anacostia is situated relative to the United States Capitol and Supreme Court Buildings.

And, from another angle, the U. S. Capitol Building is on the east-end of horizontal line that connects it geometrically to the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument to the west.

The North-South line depicted here runs from the White House, through the Ellipse, to the Jefferson Memorial.

Currently the waterfront area of Anacostia is undergoing a massive redevelopment project…

…and there are a large number of abandoned and seriously deteriorating historic real estate properties in Anascostia that are in state of limbo because of disagreement regarding whether or not to restore them in a community sorely in need of affordable housing…

…or to sell the properties for redevelopment purposes.

The name anglicized name Anacostia is said to come from a settlement of Nacochtank, an extinct Algonquin people living around what became Washington, DC.

They were said to be associated with the larger Algonquin-speaking Piscataway people of southern Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay.

Look at all of these Algonquin-language tribes with lands spread out everywhere in northeastern North America.

What if I told you the Algonquin language is related to Metu Neter, the the language of the Egyptian hieroglyphs?

This is totally hidden information, so the best I can do right now in support of this assertion is to show you a comparison of the similar meanings of some Egyptian Hieroglyphs compared with that of the Micmac, or Mi’kmaq, an Algonquin-speaking nation of what is now eastern Canada and the State of Maine.

Those behind all of this suppression don’t want us to know about the Stolen Legacy of the Moors in North America and around the world…

…who were the Keepers of the Egyptian Mysteries.

This is a Google Earth image of the Anacostia River.

I am amazed at all the things in close vicinity of Historic Anacostia – Nationals Park, the stadium for the Washington Nationals baseball team…

…as well as what is known as Bolling Air Force Base, or Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, which merged with Naval Support Facility Anacostia…

…the Washington Navy Yard…

…and where Poplar Point is circled on this aerial map…

…there is a Deep Shaft and Tunnel Junction Shaft owned by the DC Water and Sewer System. …

…that is on the map showing the locations of shafts for the tunnel system of the Anacostia River Tunnel System.

Fort Circle Park, where there is a 7-mile hiker-biker trail around the remains of what are called Civil War-era forts, has an end-point at Fort Stanton Park next to Anacostia, which was described at one time as a massive earthwork.

There were six other so-called civil war era forts in what is now the Fort Circle Park, part of sixty-eight major forts of what was called the Civil War Defenses of Washington said to have been built in 1861. There is hardly anything left to show for this infrastructure here adjacent to Anacostia.

While not in Anacostia in DC, I can show you a place said to have been built during this same time frame that is still standing.

This is Fort Reno, situated on top of an earthwork. It is located on the highest point in Washington, and said to be the site of the only Civil War battle fought in Washington, during the Battle of Fort Stevens in 1864.

It was said to have been built in the winter of 1861, after the defeat of the Union Army at the Battle of Manassas. Does this look like a temporary structure, hastily built in the middle of winter?

The core of what is now the Anacostia Historic District was incorporated in 1854 as Uniontown. It was said to have been designed to be affordable for Washington’s working class.

Morris Road SE is one of the boundaries of historic Anacostia…

…which is known for its extensive collection of late 18th-century and early 19th-century small-scale, frame-and-brick, working class housing, like shown here on Morris Street.

Frederick Douglass, also known as “The Sage of Anacostia,” purchased an estate known as Cedar Hill in 1877, and lived there until his death in 1895.

It is still maintained as the “Frederick Douglass National Historic Site.”

I will leave Anacostia with this photo here of the landmark giant chair that is found at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and V Street SE. Wait a minute ~ a giant chair? We are told it was built by the Bassett Furniture Company, and installed there by the Curtis Brothers Furniture Company in 1957. But what a strange landmark!

Are they telling us something without telling us they are telling us?

Could it have been an actual giant’s chair, and not a furniture company gimmick?

Along the same lines as attractions like the World’s Largest Frying Pan in Long Beach, Washington, said to be a replica of one in which a woman skated on bacon in the town’s Clam Festival in 1941…

…and there is this giant frying pan that was unearthed in Indonesia on the island of Java in 2016.

Just saying not everything…actually quite a lot… is what we are told it is.

Harlem is a neighborhood in the northern section of Manhattan in New York City.

First, let’s see what the neighborhood of Harlem is close to, but not within its boundaries.

It is bounded by Central Park, where it is right next to the Harlem Meer, or Harlem Lake, section of the Park.

I don’t see much difference etymologically (having to do with the origin of words and how their meanings change) between the word Moor, which pertains to people who were Masters of the Sea, and the one-letter difference between the word meer which means lake in Dutch, and sea in German. In French, the word mer means sea.

This rocky formation at Harlem Meer is called a bluff, which is one of the code-words used to cover up ancient infrastructure.

The Museum of the City of New York is close to Harlem, said to have been built in 1929 and 1930 by Joseph H. Freedlander…

…and Columbia University is close to Harlem…

…said to have been established in 1754, and the oldest institution of higher education in New York.

Does this look like architecture built by short people for short people?

For comparison of size and scale to people in the present-day, here is the ancient Temple of Luxor of Egypt.

The General Grant National Memorial, also known as Grant’s Tomb, is located near Harlem, said to have been built in 1897…

…and Yankee Stadium, just across the Harlem River from Harlem, in the Bronx, said to have originally been built in 1923.

Up the Harlem River a short distance from Harlem proper is the High Bridge, built we are told for the Croton Aqueduct on its way to the reservoir at Central Park, the called the oldest bridge in New York City, with construction having started in 1839…

…which reminded me of the Ribblehead Viaduct in the Yorkshire Dales National Park in northern England, said to have been built for the railroad between 1869 and 1874.

Let’s take a look at what is found in Harlem itself, starting at the Macombs Dam bridge, which crosses the Harlem River between Yankee Stadium in the Bronx and Harlem, said to have opened in 1895, and the third-oldest bridge in New York City.

Look at the beautiful, old, and distinctive masonry found on the each of the four stone end piers!

Jackie Robinson Park in Harlem was said to have originally been part of the Samuel Bradhurst estate in the late 18th to early 19th-centuries.

This estate was said to have brick buildings on it, which are now part of the impressive-looking Jackie Robinson Recreational Park facilities…

…including these beautiful vaulted ceilings inside the park’s recreational facilities…

…which is the same kind of vaulted ceiling that we find in cathedrals. Hmmmm.

Convent Garden, with its beautiful gazebo and landscaping, is called an oasis in Harlem…

…and is a 13-acre haven amidst the Sugar Hill brownstones, called a once-glamorous enclave of Harlem.

The Mount Morris Park Historic District is in west-central Harlem.

This is the Ascension Presbyterian Church in the Mount Morris Park Historic District in East Harlem, with its impressive masonry architecture and dome…

…and a historic photo of the Mount Morris Bank Building, said to have been built in 1883.

This is the Mount Morris Bank building as it looks today, after having been renovated and re-opened in 2015, after the building withstood decades of neglect, deterioration, and a fire.

Mount Morris Square, the core of the district, is now called Marcus Garvey Park, and is centered on a massive and steep outcropping of stone, and surrounded by flat lawns and playing fields.

These beautiful stone steps lead up the acropolis in the park…

…where what was called the cast-iron Harlem Fire Watchtower once-stood, said to have been installed there in 1857 …

… until it was dismantled in 2015, the reason given being to restore the structure for stability and soundness before it is reconstructed.

This is the 10,000-lb, or 4,536-kilogram, bell of the watchtower before it was crated. It was said to have been used to ring the time twice a day long after the watchtower was no longer being used as part of the city-wide fire warning system.

Marcus Garvey (b. 1877 – d. 1940) was a Jamaican-born political activist, publisher, journalist, entrepreneur and orator. This picture of him was taken in 1924.

So far, Harlem has a Mt. Morris district, and Anacostia has a Morris Street. What is it with the name of Morris in these places?

Could it have something to do with telling us who was really here?

These are Morris Dancers in England, who practice a group dance form of choreographed steps, with bells on the knees, and wielding sticks, swords, or handkerchiefs.

It is said the name of Morris Dance is first recorded in the 15th-century as Moorish Dance. Here is a 1480 statue of a Moorish Dancer at the Old Townhall in Munich…

…and this is one of the depictions of the Morris Coat-of-Arms and Morris Family Crest.

In Virginia, Richmond became the capital of Virginia in 1780, when it was moved from Williamsburg. This is the Virginia State Capitol Building.

Directly to the north of the Virginia State Capitol building is the Old Richmond City Hall…

…and I am comparing it for similarity with the Moscow State Historical Museum in Russia.

This is inside the Old Richmond City Hall…

…and this is inside the Moscow State Historical Museum.

The old and historic Jackson Ward neighborhood is located less than a mile from the Virginia State Capitol building.

The sign references businesses there, such as the St. Luke Penny Savings Bank, which survived the Great Depression when many banks went under, which became Consolidated Bank and Trust, and is still here today.

The sign about Jackson Ward also references the Southern Aid Insurance Company, where it was founded in 1893.

This is the Leigh Street Armory in Jackson Ward, which is now the Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia.

Monroe Park is a 7.5-acre, or 3-hectare, park that is 1-mile, or 1.6-kilometers, northwest of the Virginia State Capitol building. It is pentagonal in shape, and considered to be Richmond’s oldest park.

It is the eastern point of the Fan District, because of the fan shape of the array of the streets that extend west from Belvedere Street on the eastern edge of Monroe Park, westward to the Boulevard.

The Altria Theater is located at the southwest corner of Monroe Park.

We are told that it was built between 1925 and 1927. This is the interior of the Altria Theater.

Formerly known as The Mosque, and the Landmark Theater, it was said to have been built for the Shriners of the Acca Temple Shrine. More about this later in this post.

Now onwards to Atlanta, Georgia.

We are told that indigenous Creek people and their ancestors inhabited the area, one of the Five Civilized Tribes, along with the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Seminole.

Through the early 19th-century, so-called European Americans systematically encroached on the Creek of North Georgia, and forcing their relocation in 1820s and 1830s under “Indian Removal” to lands west of the Mississippi River. We know of this today as the “Trail of Tears.”

The ancient Etowah Mounds are in North Georgia, near Cartersville in northwest Georgia.

Etowah is said to be a Creek word meaning town/people/tribe, and is a place name found in many states in the U. S.

This is a monolithic (made from one stone) axe found in the Etowah, Georgia area…

…and at one time there was what was called a flour mill in Etowah, at the base of three pyramidal-looking mountains.

At any rate, this is important, because turning infrastructure built by the indigenous people of this land into some kind of mill, or calling ruins mills, is how this information has been kept hidden from us.

Look at the size of what is called Cooper’s Furnace in Cartersville, Georgia, called the only remains of the bustling industrial town of Etowah…

The area in the city limits of Atlanta known as Castleberry Hill is adjacent to, and southwest, of Downtown Atlanta, with Daniel Castleberry becoming an established businessman here when he was said to have won the land in a Georgia land lottery in 1921.

It has become a booming urban renaissance area since the early 1980s, with loft conversions of what are called former industrial areas beginning around that time, and turning them into residences.

Like this brick residential block in Castleberry Hill…

…in another in Castleberry Hill, the renovation inside.

Things like this, and the Castleberry Hill Art Stroll, turning Castleberry Hill into a trendy part of town.

Grant Park refers to the oldest city park in Atlanta, as well as what is called the Victorian neighborhood surrounding it.

It is a 131-acre green-space and recreational area.

Inman Park in Atlanta has been around, we are told, since the 1880s, and was Atlanta’s first planned suburb, complete with its own electric streetcar shuttling commuters to Downtown Atlanta a few miles to the west.

This is a map showing Atlanta’s streetcar system in 1924, and the last streetcar from the original system went out of service in 1949.

The reason given for the decline of streetcars is the popularity of the automobile, but why completely scuttle an efficient and affordable mass transportation system, and replace it with a polluting and expensive one?

As a matter of fact, one of the streetcar lines has returned to Atlanta. A 2.7-mile, or 4.3-kilometer, streetcar line opened in Atlanta in December of 2014 between Centennial Park, going east along Edgewood Avenue to the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, and west along Auburn Avenue.

The Martin Luther King Jr Historic Site in the Sweet Auburn residential district adjacent to the Old Fourth Ward…

…which includes his boyhood home…

…and the Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he was baptized, and both he and his father preached.

Sweet Auburn is described as a historic African-American neighborhood with one of the largest concentrations of African-American businesses in the United States, and where there were more financial institutions, professionals, educators, entertainers and politicians on this one-mile of street than any other African-American street in the South.

This is the John Wesley Dobbs building, said to have been built in 1910 as the Atlanta School Book Depository, and is now the African-American Panoramic Experience, or APEX, Museum.

John Wesley Dobbs was a civil and political leader in Atlanta. He became a member of the Prince Hall Masons in 1911, and in 1932, he was elected Grand Master of the Prince Hall Masons of the Jurisdiction of Georgia, a post he held for the rest of his life.

This is a 1940 historic photo of streetcars on Auburn Avenue and Peachtree Street…

…and the streetcar line running again in Sweet Auburn today.

There is one more place in Atlanta I would like to look at before ending this post. This is the Fox Theater is in Midtown Atlanta.

It was said to have been built originally to become a large Shrine Temple, but the 2.75 million dollar project exceeded their budget…

…so the project was said to have been leased to movie mogul William Fox. The Fox Theater opened in 1929, two months after the stock market crash and the beginning of the Great Depression. The Theater closed 125-weeks after it opened. New owners acquired it, Paramount Pictures and Georgia-based Lucas & Jenkins, after the mortgage was foreclosed in 1932.

This is the interior of the Fox Theater …

This is a detail of the Fox Theater stage in Atlanta on the left; the Mabel Tainter Memorial Theater stage in Menomonie, Wisconsin in the middle; and a detail on the right at The Alhambra in Grenada, Spain, the only place acknowledged to have had a Moorish civilization.

So, like the Altria Theater in Richmond, the Fox Theater in Atlanta was said to have been built for the Shriners.

Which Shriners, though? These…

…or these?

Because, you see, this is what all of this, every bit of what has taken place in Earth’s modern history, is really all about. A stolen legacy that everything we are taught today has been grafted on top of, and has been hidden away from the general public.

In my next post, I am going to be looking at famous castles and mansions in the United States.

What is it Exactly About the World’s Disputed Islands?

In my journey tracking planetary gridlines around the world, I keep coming across obscure, seemingly insignificant islands and island groups that are the subjects of territorial disputes between countries, many of which are still on-going in the present day.

Along these lines, I found the Spratley Islands in the South China Sea when I was following one of the planetary alignments that emanate off of the North American Star Tetrahedron at Merida, Mexico.

They consist of 14 islands or islets; 6 banks; 113 submerged reefs; 35 underwater banks; and 21 underwater shoals.

The northeast part of the Spratlys known as dangerous ground due to low islands; sunken reefs; and degraded sunken atolls.

They are located on the alignment just northwest of Palawan Island…

…and Palawan, in the Phillipines, is considered by many to be the most beautiful island in the world.

There is a star fort located in Taytay on the island of Palawan called the Fuerza de Santa Isabel.

From my extensive research on the physical lay-out of planetary alignments, and the frequent occurrence of star forts situated along the planetary grid system worldwide, I believe that star forts functioned as electrical circuitry and/or batteries on the planetary grid, and not were military in nature as we have been led to believe by deliberate misinformation.

There is detailed information about why I believe this in my post “The Consistent Finding of Star Forts on Planetary Alignments.”

Back to the Spratley Islands.

The Spratly Islands dispute is an on-going territorial dispute between China, Taiwan, Malaysia, the Phillippines, Brunei and Viet Nam concerning “ownership” of the Spratly Islands.

What is it about these islands?

Well, we are told they are of economic and strategic importance; hold reserves of natural gas and oil; productive fisheries; and is a busy area for commercial shipping traffic.

I believe that there is a powerful energy component–whether placement, production, or something else–related to these planetary grid lines, and that since the South China Sea falls directly on a major planetary alignment, it falls into this category.

So, for another example of this in the South China Sea, just northwest of the Spratly Islands on this planetary alignment’s way through Hainan in China, the Paracel Islands are a similar group of islands, reefs, and banks that are strategically located; productive fishing grounds; and which also hold reserves of natural gas and oil.

While they are controlled and operated by China, they are also claimed by Taiwan and Viet Nam.

The archipelago consists of 130 small coral islands and reefs, most grouped into the northeast Amphitrite Group or the western Crescent Group.

In ancient Greek mythology, Amphitrite was a sea goddess; the wife of Poseidon; and the Queen of the Sea.

The Paracel Islands are also the location of the Dragon Hole, or Sasha Yongle Blue Hole, the world’s deepest known blue hole at 987-feet, or 301-meters, deep.

Dragon Hole is called the “Eye of the South China Sea,” and is where the Monkey King found his golden cudgel in the 16th-century Chinese classic of Literature “Journey to the West,” with authorship attibuted to Wu Cheng’en.

The Battle of the Paracel Islands was a military engagement between the naval forces of South Vietnam and China in 1974, and was an attempt by the South Vietnamese navy to expel the Chinese navy from the vicinity.

As a result of the battle, China established de facto control over the Paracel Islands.

This seems like a good place to bring in the Falkland Islands, an archipelago in the South Atlantic Ocean on the Patagonian Shelf.

They are 300-miles, or 483-kilometers, east of South America’s southern Patagonian coast, and 752-miles, or 1,210-kilometers, from the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, at a latitude of 52-degrees south.

It is a British overseas territory, and consists of two large islands – East Falkland and West Falkland – and 776 smaller islands.

The population of less than 4,000 people are British citizens.

Britain reasserted its rule over the Falklands in 1833, with a colonial presence also including French, Spanish, and Argentine settlements.

Argentina maintains its claim to the islands.

On April 2nd, 1982, Argentine forces occupied the Falkland islands.

On April 3rd, 1982, Argentine forces seized control of the east coast of South Georgia Island in the Battle of Grytviken, part of the South Sandwich Islands, and another British Overseas Territory near the Falkland Islands that is claimed by Argentina.

On April 5th, 1982, the Falklands War between Argentina and Great Britain started. While not officially declared a war, it was declared a war-zone.

The conflict lasted 74-days, and ended with Argentina’s surrender on June 14th, 1982, returning the islands to British control.

The South Shetland Islands shown here in this map are in the neighborhood of all these island groups, and are a group of Antarctic islands with a total area of 1,424 square-miles, or 3,687 square-kilometers.

By the Antarctic Treaty of December 1st, 1959, the islands sovereignty is neither recognized nor disputed by the treaty’s 12 signatories – Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Chile, France, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and the United States – and they are free for use by any signatory for non-military purposes.

However, the islands have been claimed by Great Britain since 1908, and as part of the British Antarctic Territory since 1962. They are also claimed by Chile and Argentina since the 1940s.

The Chileans have the largest number of research stations on the islands, as well have having the Eduardo Frei airbase on King George Island, where the largest number of international research stations are located.

Moving to North America in the northern hemisphere, I found out that North Rock…

…and Machias Seal Island are part of an on-going territorial boundary dispute, as they are located on the border of the Gulf of Maine in the United States, and the Bay of Fundy in Canada.

Other boundary disputes, not limited to islands, between the United States and Canada include:

A fishing zone dispute at the mouth of the Juan de Fuca Strait between Washington State and British Columbia, and within which the International boundary between the two countries lies in the middle of the strait.

Here are photographs of what Cape Flattery looks like at the mouth of the Juan de Fuca Strait on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.

Another area of dispute between the two countries is the Northwest Passage, which Canada claims as part of its internal waters, and the United States regards as an international straits, open to international traffic.

The Dixon Entrance, a strait about 50-miles, or 80-kilometers, long, between Alaska in the United States and British Columbia in Canada is also mutually claimed by both countries. It is part of the Inside Passage shipping route.

It lies between the Clarence Strait in the Alexander Archipelago, a 300-mile, or 480-kilometer, long group of islands in Alaska to the North…

…and the Hecate Strait and the islands known as the Haida Gwaii (or Queen Charlotte Islands) in British Columbia to the South.

Members of the Haida Nation maintain free access across the strait, in the Haida Gwaii and islands in the Alaskan panhandle where they have said to have lived for 14,000 years.

The Kuril Islands dispute is a disagreement between Japan and Russia over the sovereignty of the four southernmost Kuril Islands.

They are a chain of islands stretching between the Japanese Island of Hokkaido at the southern end, and the Kamchatka Peninsula at the northern end.

While the San Francisco Peace Treaty of 1951, signed between the Allies and Japan in 1951, stated that it must give up all right, title and claim to the Kuril Islands, Japan does not recognize Russia’s sovereignty over them, and this territorial dispute has not been resolved.

The original inhabitants of the Kuril Islands, and northern Japan for that matter, are the Ainu, as seen here in 1904…