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!


Sacred Geometry, Ley-Lines, Places in Alignment – Part 18 The Fernando de Noronha Islands to the Tristan da Cunha Islands

In the last post, I tracked this alignment through Mauretania, including its capital city of Nouakchott and surrounding areas; toured around northcentral Mauretania, taking a look at what is likely the longest train in the world that runs between the iron ore mines of Zouerat in the Sahara Desert and Nouadhibou in northern Mauretania on the coast; uncovering information about the noteworthy ancient cities of Atar, Cinguetti, and Ouaduane, all located in close proximity to the Eye of the Sahara in Central Mauretania; took a quick look at the Banc d’Arguin National Park on the coast; and ended up by checking out some things on the island of Santiago, the largest of the Cape Verde Islands.

The alignment crosses over Fernando de Noronha, the name of the main island and its archipelago, off the coast of Brazil near the city of Natal.

It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site…and on at least two other alignments that I know of.

The main island has an area of 7.1 square miles, or 18.4 kilometers-squared, and the archipelago’s total area is 10 square miles, or 26 kilometers-squared.

So what I just found out that is really interesting about this place is that in its relatively small area, there were at least ten star forts here at one time.

The largest and best-preserved is the Forteleza Nossa Senhora dos Remedios.

The Forte de Sao Jose do Morro was the only fort built on a secondary island.  It still has imposing ruins.

Interesting to note that while the Portuguese word “morro” translates to “hill or mound,” there is definitely a “moor” sound contained within it.

Forte de Santo Antonio construction was an irregular, four-sided, polygon.

You can see the Morro do Pico framed through this archway at the Forte de Santo Antonio…

…like what you see of the Winter Turret through this arch at Arches National Park in Utah…

…at the Garden of the Gods in Colorado…

…at the Hole-in-the-Wall on Rialto Beach on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula…

…and at Petra in Jordan.

I believe these alignments were intentional and not coincidental.

There will be more examples of what appears to be intentional kinds of things throughout this post, and not the result of natural forces.

The Forte de Sant’ana was situated over the old harbor in the Vila dos Remedios.

Ruins of the Forte de Nossa Senhora da Conceicao are visible in the vegetation.

The Forte de Santa Cruz do Pico was described as a small redoubt, defined as a temporary or supplemental fortification, typically square or polygonal.

This is an old map of the Forte de Sao Pedro do Boldro.

People come to the Fort Boldro look-out for sunsets. 

There is a good view from the Lookout Fort Boldro of the Two Brothers Rock, which appears to be in alignment with the sun…

…like Keyhole Rock at Pfeiffer Beach at Big Sur in California, where the light comes through the Keyhole arch perfectly during the winter solstice time-of-year in December and January…

…a solar alignment at Monument Rocks National Natural Landmark, otherwise known as the Chalk Pyramids, in Gove County, Kansas…

…at Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park in Utah…

…and at Durdle Door, near Lulworth, England, in Dorset, during the winter solstice period.

Back on Fernando de Noronha, there was also the Forte de Sao Bautista dos dois Irmaios…

…the Forte de San Juaquim do Sueste…

…and lastly the Forte do Bom Jesus do Leao.

We are told the islands were named after a wealthy Portuguese merchant Fernao de Loronha, who was granted the first captaincy of the islands of Sao Joao da Quaresma.

He was the financier and organizer of a private commercial expedition to exploit Brazil wood from new lands to the Crown, and the flagship of the expedition he organized to do this hit a reef near the island in 1503 and had to be salvaged.

There was an island named Quaresma in the cartographic record, showing up in a map called the Cantino Planisphere, said to have been completed by an anonymous Portuguese cartographer before 1502.

A planisphere is defined as a map formed by the projection of a sphere or part of a sphere on a plane.

There are a couple of things I would like to point out the Cantino Planisphere.

The first is that the earth’s gridlines appear on it…

…which also appear on the Catalan Atlas of the Majorcan Cartographic School. The Catalan Atlas is considered the most important map of the Medieval period in the Catalan language, dated to 1375.

This is a depiction of the Iberian Peninsula, with Madrid in its center, in the Catalan Atlas.

The Catalan Atlas all together has six vellum leaves, each being 26 inches, or 65 centimeters, by 20 inches, or 50 centimeters in size. Each leaf includes the mapping of the geometric lines and shapes that you see depicted here.

It would seem that the Earth’s grid-lines started to disappear from maps in the 1500s, as Gerardus Mercator, a Flemish geographer, cartographer and cosmographer…

…published a world map in 1569 that is considered to be the first where sailing courses on the sphere were mapped to the plane map, allowing for a “correction of the chart to be more useful for sailors.”

Here is a close-up section of the 1569 map showing the depiction of straight ley-lines in the seas…

…but not on land and sea as were present on the flat projections of the Cantino Planisphere and the Catalan Atlas.

Not only that, Mercator was also a globe-maker, like this one from 1541.

So Mercator was said to have made a revolutionary flat projection map that corrected the chart for sailors…and the earth as a globe as well?

I have to ask the question – is this information telling us something about what was actually going on here?

While the focus of my research is not about proving or disproving flat earth versus planet, nor am I directed by it, I do find this information about older maps on flat planes with ley-lines to be extremely interesting and noteworthy.

This is where my research has taken me, and I am sharing my findings.

Here’s a close-up of the region on the Cantino Planisphere depicting Quaresma off the coast of Brazil, shown by the lower arrow…and the upper arrow points to the Cape Verde Islands at the center of a circle with multiple radial lines and sectors emanating from it.

This would indicate to me that the Cape Verde Islands were an important location on the earth’s geometric grid system.

I found a similar geometric place of importance centered in the city of Gijon, the largest city of Asturias in northern Spain, and port on the Bay of Biscay.

I have placed a modern map of Spain on the left, with the city of Gijon circled, because the circle with sixteen sectors depicted in the Catalan Atlas on the right appears to center on the city of Gijon. It indicates a past importance to Gijon that is no longer recognized.

The next location on the alignment I am tracking is the Trinidade and Martin Vaz Archipelago, located in the southern Atlantic Ocean, 680-miles, or 1,100-kilometers, east of the coast of Espirito Santo, Brazil, which it is part of.

This group of islands has a total area of 4-miles, or 10.4-kilometers, and a population of 32 Brazilian Navy personnel.

They were said to have been discovered by the Portuguese in 1502, and, along with Brazil, became part of the Portuguese Empire until 1822, the year Brazil became independent from Portugal.

Trindade, also known as Trinidad, is the largest island.

Many military and scientific expeditions from Europe and North America visited the islands.

For example, the famous English astronomer, Edmund Halley, for whom Halley’s comet was named, was said to have taken possession of the islands on behalf of the British monarchy in 1700.

At least one visitor to these islands was a fortune-seeker.

In 1893, James Harden-Hickey, a French-American newspaper editor, author and adventurer born in San Francisco in 1854, proclaimed himself James I, Prince of Trinidad in the South Atlantic Ocean, known as Trindade Island today.

He started selling Principality of Trinidad government bonds, opened an office in New York City, started making secretarial appointments and he designed postage stamps for it.

Prince James I of Trinidad’s new principality didn’t last long, however, as the British seized Trinidad as a telegraph cable relay station, and he was forced to surrender it to them.

The British occupied what they called South Trinidad in 1895 and 1896 until an agreement was reached with Brazil.

Since there is relatively little in the written historical record about this place, I am going to point out some thing’s about the islands topography that draw my attention.

The first are the pyramidal peaks on display in this photo near the island’s shore.

The tall pointed peak in the foreground reminds me of Ship Rock in Sedona, Arizona, which I see every day.

The second are the shapes of the shoreline and coves on the island of Trindade…

…which are quite similar in appearance to the coastline of an island in the Caribbean – the northern 60% of which is governed as a Collectivity of France called St. Martin…

…and the southern 40% is governed by the Netherlands and called St. Maarten.

…as well as the that of Casco Cove on the Near Island of Attu, the furthest west of Alaska’s Aleutian Islands in the Bering Sea, and where there was an operational U. S. Naval Station, then Coast Guard Station at Casco Cove on Attu from June of 1943 until August of 2010…

…and the same single and double beach-head configuration can be found at Halawa Bay on the Hawaiian Island of Molokai…

…and there are many on the island of Chichi-jima, one of the Japan’s subtropical Bonin Islands, and part of Tokyo’s Metropolitan administrative area, like Washington Beach…

…Miyanohama Beach…

…and Hatsuneura Bay.

We are also told that until 1850, 85% of this island was covered by a forest of Colubrina Grandulosa trees…

…after which time, the indiscriminate cutting of trees, and the introduction of non-native animals, led to an extinction of the trees that were once there, and causing a heavy erosion throughout the island.

The other islands of this archipelago, the islands of Martin Vaz, consist of four islands ~ North Island; Crack Island; Needle Rock; and South Island.

Have you ever heard of these places?

I sure hadn’t before I started tracking these alignments, and these island groups I am covering in this post typically show up on more than one alignment.

The next island group on this alignment I am tracking is the British Overseas Territory of Tristan da Cunha (UK), which is also a volcanic island named for Portuguese explorer Tristan da Cunha who was credited for its discovery in 1506…

…and home to British citizens living in the world’s most isolated settlement.

There is no airstrip on the main island, so the only way of travelling in-and-out is by boat, a 6-day trip from South Africa.

The first undisputed landing was the Dutch East India Company ship, Heemstede, on February 7th of 1643, and the Dutch made four more stops there in the next 25-years, making the first rough charts of the islands in 1656.

Tristan da Cunha was favorably located on the world’s historic shipping lanes between the West and the East.

The Dutch East India Company was a megacorporation founded by a government-directed amalgamation of several Dutch rival trading companies established on March 20th, 1602. It was the world’s first formally listed public company, and was influential in the rise of corporate-led globalism in the early modern period.

Also known as the VOC, or Veerenigde Oostindische Compagnie, it was chartered as a company to trade primarily with Mughal Subah, or Mughal Bengal, which includes modern Bangladesh, and the West Bengal state of Modern India.

Mughal Bengal was described as a “Paradise of Nations,” and its inhabitants living standards were among the highest in the world at one time…

…and for comparison, a typical photo of the poverty found in Bangladesh today.

Tristan da Cunha in the present-day is considered a constituent part of the British Overseas Territory of the South Atlantic…

…which also includes the islands of St. Helena, where Napoleon lived in exile from 1815 until his death in 1821…

…and Ascension Island, which besides being a British colonial outpost, has a U.S. military airbase, satellite and submarine tracking stations, a BBC transmitter, and a listening post run by GCHQ’s Composite Signals Organization. 

Ascension Island’s residents have been squeezed out for over 100 years.

Also, I first found the location of Ascension Island on a major alignment emanating off of the North American Star Tetrahedron…

…where one of the lines extending from Merida, Mexico, crosses right over Ascension Island, a tiny speck of land in this part of the South Atlantic.

I can also make a circumstantial case that islands I have talked about thus far in this post have an octagonal geometric relationship between each other. I found the map showing the relationship in red of an equilateral triangle between the Trindade & Martin Vaz Islands; Tristan da Cunha; and St. Helena.

I added Fernando de Noronha in blue to Trindade and Martin Vaz, and St. Helena, to form an octagon…with Ascension Island off the right side of the upper triangle.

The main settlement of the main island of Tristan da Cunha is Edinburgh of the Seven Seas, and located on the only inhabited island…

…named in 1867 in honor of the visit of Prince Albert, the Duke of Edinburgh, the second son of Queen Victoria. It has approximately 250 permanent inhabitants in the present-day.

The islands of Tristan da Cunha were annexed by the United Kingdom in 1816, making them a dependency of the Cape Colony in South Africa, for the stated reasons of preventing the islands’ use as a base for any attempt to free Napoleon Bonaparte from his prison on St. Helena, and for preventing the United States from using the islands as a base for naval cruisers.

While possession was abandoned by the United Kingdom in 1817, a garrison of British marines stayed and formed the nucleus of a permanent population, which gradually grew, and was once a stopping point for lengthy sea voyages until the time of the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869.

It eventually became a dependency of the British Crown in October of 1875.

In January of 1938, Britain declared Tristan Da Cunha a dependency of St. Helena, and at that time created the British Crown Colony of St. Helena and Dependencies.

Then shortly afterwards, Tristan da Cunha was commissioned as a stone frigate, meaning a naval establishment on land, and used as a secret signals’ intelligence station to monitor Nazi U-boats and shipping movements in the South Atlantic Ocean.

The Dunnottar Castle was an ocean liner said to have has its keel laid down in 1936 for Cape Town Service, launched in 1936, and retired in 2002, operating for 66-years.

In 1942, the Dunnottar Castle was seconded for a special assignment, and was used to sail on the top-secret mission of erecting the meteorological and wireless radio station on Tristan da Cunha used for this secret intelligence collection.

There are several other islands of the Tristan da Cunha archipelago.

Inaccessible Island, described as an extinct volcano with sheer sea cliffs and very few landings on boulder beaches, together with…

…Gough Island, an island uninhabited except for a South African weather station, a dependency of Tristan da Cunha that is physically located 250-miles, or 400-kilometers southeast of the island, and also on the alignment I am tracking, that make up the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Gough and Inaccessible islands, important bird areas and Alliance for Zero Extinction sites.

Nightingale Island is also part of the Tristan da Cunha archipelago and is described as an active volcanic island.

I am going to end this post here, and pick up the alignment in the next post at the Kerguelen Islands, part of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands.

Sacred Geometry, Ley-Lines, Places in Alignment – Part 17 Nouakchott, Mauretania to the Cape Verde Islands

In the last post, I tracked the alignment from Sousse, a port on Tunisia’s Mediterranean Sea coast; through Kairouan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with the oldest, currently functional University in the world; through Jebel Chambi, which has the highest elevation in Tunisia, above the city of Kasserine, the site of a World War II battle; through El Oued, known as the “City of a Thousand Domes”; Touggourt, a former sultanate until 1854; through Ghardaia, a UNESCO World Heritage site comprised of seven cities in the Mzab River Valley; to the Eye of the Sahara in Central Mauretania, also known as the Blue Eye of the Sahara and the Richat Structure.

I am picking up the alignment in Nouakchott, the capital and largest city of Mauretania.

It is one of the largest cities of the Sahel, the ecoclimatic and biogeographic zone of transition in Africa between the Sahara to the North, and the Sudanian Savannah to the South.

We are told that Nouakchott was a large fortified fishing village in pre-colonial times and under French rule. Why would a fishing village be fortified?

I am unable to find any historic photos of Nouakchott on the internet to see what it might have looked like even around the early 1900s.

I did find this illustration of the skyline of Nouakchott…

…and this Mauritanian bank note depicting some of the country’s infrastructure.

Then I look at the absolutely devastated-looking desert landscape of the whole country from Google Earth, and it makes me wonder about what we are really looking at here.

So I delved into the history of Mauretania to see what I could find out about what we are told in the historical record we have been given.

We are told that Mauretania was the Latin name for a region in the ancient Maghreb.

It stretched from central present-day Algeria, westward to the Atlantic, covering northern Morocco, and southward to the Atlas Mountains, and included the cities of Ceuta and Melilla, which are autonomous cities of Spain in North Africa.

Ceuta lies on Strait of Gibraltar, the boundary between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean…

…and is the location of Jebel Musa, or Mount Moses, considered to be the southern Pillar of Hercules…

…and the location of the largely intact Royal Walls of Ceuta…

…described as a line of fortifications…

…said to have been built by the Portuguese in the 1540s…

…and Melilla, said to mean the “White One”…

…and which has the fortress walls of Old Melilla, said to have been built in the 16th- and 17th-centuries, after the Spanish conquest of the region in 1496.

Both Ceuta and Melilla are officially claimed by Morocco.

Nevertheless, we are told that the native inhabitants of Mauretania were seminomadic pastoralists of Berber ancestry, and known to the Romans as Mauri…or…Moors.

Berbers are called an ethnic group of several nations, mostly indigenous to Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, northern Mali, northern Niger, and a small part of western Egypt.

The term Barbary Coast, and Barbaria was said to have been used by Europeans from the 16th-century to the early 19th-century to refer to the regions of North Africa inhabited by the Berber people.

We are taught that the kings of Mauretania became Roman vassals in 27 BC, and that in 44 AD, Mauretania was annexed to Rome as two different provinces – Mauretania Tingitana, or present-day northern Morocco, and Mauretania Caesariensis, or present-day northern Algeria.

Then, during the Crisis of the Third Century, a period of time when the Roman Empire almost collapsed between 235 and 284 AD, we are told, because of invasions and overall instability within the empire…

…parts of Mauretania were reconquered by Berber tribes, and Romano-Moorish Kingdoms were established during the 6th- and 7th-centuries.

Fast forward through time to the Barbary Wars, a series of conflicts culminating in two main wars fought between the United States, Sweden, and the Barbary States of the Ottoman Empire in the late 18th- and early 19th-century.

We are told that Barbary pirates demanded tribute from American vessels in the Mediterranean Sea, and in 1801, President Thomas Jefferson refused to pay, and sent a U. S. Naval fleet to the Mediterranean in May of that year, and which lasted until 1805.

The naval fleet commenced bombarding various fortified “pirate” cities in present-day Libya, Tunisia, and Algeria, over the next three years until concessions of fair passage were extracted from their rulers, which were most likely the Deys of Tripoli, Tunis, and Algiers, in the First Barbary War.

The second Barbary War took place in 1815 between the United States and the Barbary States, and we are told, brought to an end the American practice of paying tribute to the “pirate” states and marked the beginning of the end of piracy in that region.

I am including what information is available about the Barbary Wars because it is noteworthy. I would love to know what was really going on here with regards to the Barbary Moors, but that information is nowhere to be found.

Mauretania was administered as a French colony during the first-half of the twentieth-century, achieving independence in 1960, and Nouakchott becoming its capital in 1958, at which time it was described as being a mid-size village of little importance.

By the way, an interesting side-note is the RMS Mauretania, a passenger ocean liner launched on September 20th of 1906, and said to have been named for the ancient Roman Province of Mauretania, and not the modern country…

…and the sister ship to the RMS Lusitania, named for the Roman province directly to the north of Mauretania, across the Strait of Gibraltar, which is famous in history for having been sunk by a German u-boat in 1915 off the coast of Ireland.

This is a comparison of the Berber ethnic flag on the left, with ceremonial headdresses of the Dogon people, who live on the Bandiagara Escarpment in Mali, and the laboratory electric discharge form of plasma next to a form called the stickman that is found in rock art worldwide.

Think the ancient Peoples of the Earth might know something that we don’t?

The iron ore trains of Mauretania are some of the longest, if not the longest, in world, at 1.6-miles, or 2.5-kilometers, long…

…hauling iron ore, people and goods, 405-miles, or 652-kilometers between the mining town of Zouerat on the west side of Kediet ej Jill, the highest peak in Mauretania, through the Sahara Desert, to the port city of Nouadhibou on Mauretania’s coast.

This is a view on the top left in the Amogjar Pass between Atar and Chinguetti in Mauretania, compared with similar-looking ones at Thule, Greenland on the top right; Cutimbo in Peru on the bottom left; and in the Village of Oak Creek, in Sedona, Arizona on the bottom right.

Just a few examples of many that are available to find that I see as ancient infrastructure, and not as natural formations.

Rock paintings are found in the Amogjar Pass depicting giraffes…


…and people, in a landscape that was once a lush savannah, a woodland-grassland ecosystem.

Atar is situated next to the corner of the Eye of the Sahara discussed at the end of the last post…

…and Chinguetti is located on the lower lid of the Eye.

Chinguetti is called the Holy City of the Sahara, and venerated as one of the most holy cities of Islam…

…and has some of the world’s oldest surviving copies of Korans and other documents.

Then there was Ouadane, situated pretty darn close to the eyeball of the Eye of the Sahara.

What was once one of Africa’s key trading posts, and a UNESCO World Heritage site today.

It is largely in ruins, even though there is a settlement of people still living there outside the gates.

I noticed the Banc d’Arguin National Park on the coast, another UNESCO World Heritage Site located north of Nouakchott, and went there to take a look, as I consistently find that for as much of the ancient civilization as is destroyed, neglected, or incorporated in unprotected places, much is preserved intact in parks.

I must say that to this day, I am never disappointed.  I can’t emphasize enough that this Ancient Civilization is everywhere – there is not place in the world that it is not.

The island of Arguin in the Bay of Arguin was first thing I noticed when I looked at Google Earth.

The interesting thing about Arguin, part of the National Park, is that while there is not much going on there now…

…at one time there was a lot going on there, including a star fort, said to have been built by the Dutch, which doesn’t appear to exist any more.

We are told that starting in 1443, it became a part of the Portuguese Empire; and, at different times over the centuries, it was part of the Dutch Empire; part of the territories and provinces of Prussia; and part of the French overseas empire.

The shallows of the Banc d’Arguin National Park are said to be remnants of a vast river delta from a time when waters flowed from what is now the Sahara Desert…

…and the Banc d’Arguin is a major breeding site for migratory birds, and its surrounding waters are some of the richest fishing waters in western Africa, serving as nesting grounds for the region.

From Nouakchott, the next place we come to on the alignment are the Cape Verde Islands.

The island Republic of Cape Verde is 350-miles, or 570-kilometers, off the coast of western Africa, and consists of 10 islands, divided into two groups.

One group is called the Barlavento, or Windward, islands of Sando Antao; Sao Vicente; Santa Luzia; Sao Nicolau; Sal; and Boavista.

The other group is called the Sotavento, or Leeward, islands of Santiago; Maio; Fogo; and Brava.

They are part of what is called “Macaronesia,” a collection of four archipelagos in the North Atlantic Ocean off the coasts of Africa and Europe, also including the Canary Islands, Madeira, and the Azores.

Santiago is the country’s largest island, and where its capital, Praia, is located.

We are told the islands were uninhabited before the arrival of Portuguese and Genoese navigators in 1456, with Portuguese settlers arriving in 1462 and founding a settlement called Ribeira Grande, now called Cidade Velha, the historic center of which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

These are what appear to be the very old stone ruins of what is called Se Catedral in Cidade Velha…

…and a monument called the Pelourinho, said to have been erected in the early 1500s. Is that an antenna at the top of it?

There is also an intact star fort in Cidade Velha, called the Fort Real de Sao Filipe, said to have been built by the Portuguese between 1587 and 1593, and part of a system of defense for the city, which included six smaller forts on the coast and a wall along the port that apparently no longer exists because I can’t find any information about them.

Moving over to look at Praia, the capital city, I see the familiar shape of the harbor there, compared for example, to the harbor back in Sousse, Tunisia, on the other side of Africa.

The red dots mark where lighthouses are located, and I typically find pairs of lighthouses at harbor entrances around the world…

…like at Sousse.

The Farol de Dona Maria Pia is the lighthouse at the southern most point of the island of Santiago at the entrance of Praia Harbor.

Based on what I have found at other locations with a similar harbor configuration, I would expect to find a lighthouse at the head of the opposite jetty.

But there isn’t one.

It looks like something is standing there, but not a lighthouse, and I could find no record of one being there.

Lastly, it is interesting to note that the Cape Verde Islands are specifically mentioned in the Inter Cetera Bull, issued by Pope Alexander VI on May 4th of 1493.

This papal bull essentially authorized the land grab of the lands of the Moorish civilization in the Americas, and became a major document in the development of subsequent legal doctrines regarding claims of empire in the “New World.” 

The bull assigned to Castile “the exclusive right to acquire territory, to trade in, or even approach the lands laying west of the meridian situated one hundred leagues west of the Azores and Cape Verde Islands, except for any lands actually possessed by any other Christian prince beyond this meridian prior to Christmas, 1492.”

In the historical narrative we have been given, this papal bull was issued a year after the Fall of Grenada, on January 2nd, 1492, effectively ending Moorish rule in Spain when Muhammad XII surrendered the Emirate of Grenada to King Ferdinand of Aragon and Queen Isabella of Castile.

I am going to end this post here, and pick up the alignment at Fernando de Noronha, a group of islands off the coast of Brazil near Natal in the next post.

Sacred Geometry, Ley-lines & Places in Alignment – Part 16 Sousse, Tunisia to the Eye of the Sahara, Mauretania

in the last post, I took a tour of the amazing city of Valletta, and capital of the island Republic of Malta. I looked around what is found in the Marsamxett Harbor; around the Grand Harbor; and within the city walls of Valletta.

I am picking up the alignment in Sousse, the capital of Tunisia’s Sousse Governorate, one of the 24 governorates of Tunisia, and located 87-miles, or 140-kilometers, south of the nation’s capitol of Tunis.

Sousse is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Tunisia, and is located on the Gulf of Hammamet.

Sousse is a transportation hub. It is a port city…

…where the are two lighthouses at opposite ends of the harbor entrance…

…just like what we saw in Valletta, Malta…

…and even at the Port of Dover, England, in the English Channel.

Sousse is linked by the widest road in the country, the A-1 Motorway, a 153-mile, or 247-kilometer, highway that connects Tunis with Sfax, another port city in southern Tunisia, and conceived of as part of an international project called the Trans-Maghreb Highway.

The Maghreb is another name for northwest Africa, a region which we are told was referred to in English and European sources, in the 16th- through 19th-centuries, as the Barbary Coast.

What we are also told about the Maghreb is that during the era of al-Andalus in Moorish Spain between 711 AD and 1492 AD, the Maghreb’s inhabitants, Muslim Berbers or Maghrebi, were known by the European’s as “Moors”…and that’s about as much as they will give up to us directly about this particular subject.

Sousse is also connect by railway to Tunis, and has roads and railways leading further into the country and towards the neighboring country of Libya.

As we are told about so many other places, the construction of the railway was attributed to the French colonizers, and not to the original inhabitants.

So I took a look at the history of Tunisia to see what else I could find.

At the beginning of the 1800s, Tunisia was described as a quasi-autonomous province of the Ottoman Empire.

Its trade increased dramatically with Europe in the 1800s, with the arrival of western merchants wanting to establish business in the country.

Then, the Bey of Tunis from 1855 to 1859, Muhammad, was forced by the British and French to sign the 1857 Fundamental Pact, which increased freedoms for non-Tunisians.

Here’s another clue we are talking about Moors.

Bey is one of the five noble titles of the Moors, the other four being – Dey, El, Al, and Ali.

We are told that under the Ottoman Empire, Bey was the title of the governor of a province.

Then, we are told, in 1861, Tunisia enacted the first constitution in what was called the Arab world, but a move toward a modernizing republic was said to have been hampered by a poor economy and political unrest.

We are starting to see the use of the world “Arab” replacing that of “Moor.”

Contained within the 1861 Constitution of Tunisia, we find that it was also the first state to establish Islam as its religion.

The world would be in a much better place if we were talking about Moorish Islam, which is about reconnecting with our higher selves and raising our level of consciousness into Higher Consciousness.

I think this marked the beginning of turning formerly Islamic States (i.e. Moorish Islam) into the mechanism for creating a new form of fundamentalist Islam, where it was conceptually altered in order to lead us to what we see now as radical Islam, and its destructive role in today’s world.

Regardless of the new Constitution, when the Tunisian government couldn’t manage the loans made by foreigners to the government, it declared bankruptcy in 1869.

Then Britain and France cooperated between 1871 and 1878 to prevent Italy from acquiring Tunisia as a colony having investment, and subsequently Britain supported the French interest in Tunisia in exchange for dominion over Cyprus.

Using the pretext of a Tunisian invasion into Algeria, the French invaded Tunisia with an army of 36,000, which quickly advanced to Tunis, entering by way of places like Sousse on the coast…

…and subsequently occupying Tunis.

Then, the French forced the new Bey, Muhammad III as-Sadiq, to make terms in the form of the 1881 Treaty of Bardo, which gave France control of Tunisian governance and making it a de facto French Protectorate.

The French progressively assumed more of the important administrative positions, and by 1884 they supervised all Tunisian government bureaus dealing with finance, post, education, telegraph, public works, and agriculture.

French settlements were encouraged, with the number of French settlers said to have grown from 34,000 in 1906, to 144,000 in 1945, and the French administration weakened the local tribes in rural areas.

This was said to depict an urban map of Tunis between 1890 and 1914.

Then, on March 20th, 1956, Tunisia achieved its independence from France with the establishment of a Constitutional Monarchy…

…with the last Bey of Tunis, Muhammed VIII al-Amin Bey, as the King of Tunisia.

This State of Affairs didn’t last long, as the Prime Minister, Habib Bourguiba, abolished the monarchy in 1957, and proclaimed the Republic of Tunisia the same year, and served as its President for the next thirty-one years.

At the same time the constitutional monarchy of Tunisia was abolished, the Beylik of Tunis was terminated as well, described as a largely autonomous Beylik of the Ottoman Empire.

This whole series of events seems to be a template for how the Moorish Empire was taken down in different parts of the world, and after I am done with this series, I am going to put together a comprehensive post with all of the examples I have found about this subject.

If this represents true history in the new historical narrative, I think it is possible that places like Tunisia, and others which were not wiped out by a worldwide flood of mud, were taken down by the Controllers by other means, typical of the events seen in Tunisia.

Among other things, it is interesting to note that the Carthaginian Empire was centered in Tunisia…

…and the powerful ancient city of Carthage was located in the vicinity of Tunis.

This reconstruction of how Carthage was said to have looked is typical of depictions of it, and its protected harbor called a cothon, which were said to have been generally found in the Phoenician world.

As such, Carthage was said to have been founded by Phoenician settlers from Tyre and Sidon in the modern-day country of Lebanon, and destroyed by Roman forces in 146 BC at the end of the Third Punic War.

I find it very interesting that there is a narrow strip of the National Forest of Tunisia between A1 Motorway and the coast of Hammamet Bay, between Sousse and the resort town of Hammamet to the North, given the overall desertified nature of the place.

We will see more on the desertification of the region as we move into northern Africa’s Sahara Desert.

There are many olive tree groves south of where the strip of National Forest is located, adjacent to the Gulf of Hammamet Bay, in the vicinity of el Kantaoui Port, north of Sousse Proper.

Olives are Tunisia’s most important natural resource, and Sousse is the center of the production and sale of olive oil in Tunisia.

Tunisia, and the coast of North Africa, is the southern boundary of the Mediterranean Sea.

If you break-down the meaning of Mediterranean Sea, you come up with “Middle Earth” Sea.

Interestingly, the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, the northern border of which is on the Mediterranean Sea, has been calculated to be the center of the land mass of the Earth.

Carl Munck in “The Code,” deciphers a shared mathematical code, related to the pyramids of Giza, in the dimensions of the architecture of sacred sites all over the planet, one which encodes longitude & latitude of each that cross-reference other sites. 

He shows that this pyramid code is clearly sophisticated and intentional, and perfectly aligned geometrically over long-distances.

The Great Pyramid was the prime meridian of the Earth until the prime meridian was moved to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England…in 1851.

Next on the alignment in Tunisia, we come to Kairouan, the capital of the Kairouan Governate and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Great Mosque of Kairouan, also known as the Holy Mosque of Uqba, is considered to be one of the most impressive and largest Islamic monuments in North Africa.

It is one of the oldest places of worship in the Islamic world, said to have been established in 670 AD, and the model for all later mosques in the Maghreb.

We are told during the Aghlabid Dynasty between 800 AD and 909 AD, the ruler of Ifriquiya in today’s North Africa, established a University in Kairouan as part of the Great Mosque complex, and that it became a center of education in both Islamic thought and in the secular sciences.

It is said to be in the Guiness World Book of Records as the oldest, currently functional, university in the world.

The Aghlabids were said to have built palaces, fortifications, and fine waterworks, of which only the pools remain.

For example, these are called the Aghlabid Basins, said to have been built in the 9th-century as water storage for the Aghlabid Palace, which was on the site of a present-day cemetery in Kairouan.

Jebel Chambi is the next place on the alignment, the highest mountain in the country, standing above the city of Kasserine in western central Tunisia.

The summit is covered by a pine forest and is part of Chambi National Park.

Interestingly, the Battle of Kasserine Pass took place during the Tunisia Campaign of World War II. It was the first major engagement between American and Axis forces in Africa.

With the Axis German and Italian Forces led by Field Marshall Erwin Rommel, it was an early defeat for Allied forces.

Interesting that there are so many military engagements historically that have taken place along these alignments I have been tracking – the Napoleonic Wars, World War I, World War II, among other kinds of wars.

It makes me wonder what they were really all about…like maybe damage to, and in many cases, the complete destruction of, the ancient advanced Moorish Civilization and the earth’s energy grid system.

The next place we come to on the alignment is El Oued, the capital of Algeria’s El Oued Province in the Sahara Desert in northeast Algeria.

The oasis town of El Oued is watered by an underground river, which allows for date palm cultivation.

It is also known as the “City of a Thousand Domes” since most rooves are domed.

In El Oued Province itself, we find the Chott Melrhir, an endorheic salt lake (a limited drainage basin with no outflow)…