Master Masons – who were Master Astronomers & Astrologists, Master Engineers, and Master Hydrologists – were central to the Ancient Civilization. They left us an incredible legacy, leaving us many Mind-Boggling Wonders that western “experts” try to explain, but really can’t. Those “experts” devise ridiculous explanations to try to illustrate how slaves, ropes, and pulleys could have been used to move multi-ton blocks that are shaped and fitted perfectly. They really don’t have a clue.
As I like to say, there would be no mysteries in history if we had been taught the True History – that there was an Advanced Ancient Global Maritime Civilization that existed up until relatively modern times that was deliberately removed from our collective memory. To learn more about this legacy, click on: Clock of Destiny – Moorish International College of the Great Seal
We know many of their accomplishments in the known Megalithic Sites, including along the lines of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, but they are certainly not given credit for them. Aliens are more likely to get credit than Moorish Masons. I have long believed if History Channel had called their popular program “Ancient Humans” instead of “Ancient Aliens,” it would have been pulled from the air a long time ago. I am grateful, though that the show brings forth related-topics to the mainstream that would not otherwise receive coverage. In my work of revealing what has been hidden, I am going to share many examples throughout this blog of how the ubiquitous handiwork of these Master Builders has gone unrecognized, unacknowledged, and unprotected. Their legacy has been suppressed, falsely claimed, and exploited.
Before I move on to the main subject of this blog, here examples of the exquisite masonry of Quillirumiyoc, a very ancient site, and the Coricancha in Peru, from a recent trip to Peru.
Quillarumiyoc, outside of Cusco, Peru
The Coricancha, in Cusco, Peru, and the Navel of the Earth
First, let me start off by saying that there are known canal systems, and many, many more unknown canal systems.
Let’s start with known canal systems. First, actual Venices, from top to bottom: Venice, Italy; Venice, California; and the last two photos are of Venice, Florida.
Then, places known as Little Venices – pictured on top is Colmar, France, in Alsace-Lorraine; and Port Grimaud, in the French Riviera:
Then, some lesser known places in Europe with a canal system, top to bottom – Rotterdam, in the Netherlands; St. Petersburg, Russia; and Trondheim, Norway:
Did you know anything about this? Are similarities of canal lay-out and design in these photos consistent with what we have been taught about world history?
Notice the beautiful reflections of the sky and buildings in the still water of the canals depicted in several photos. The Moors were all about bringing heaven to earth and earth to heaven, harmony and balance, in everything they did. Their genius represents the highest potentials of Humanity on earth in action.
There is also a sophisticated canal system throughout Great Britain, including elevated sections. Here is a photo of the Pontcysylite Aqueduct in Wales, about which we are told the construction began in 1795, and was completed in 1805. That’s better than the 2 years in which we are told the Nashville Parthenon (referenced in my “Why is this Relevant Today” blog post), but still…what do you think, given the technology we are taught to believe existed at the time? Maybe it coincides with the Industrial Revolution that started in Great Britain around 1760, but construction of this sophisticated engineering feat started only 12 years after the end of the American Revolutionary War in 1783? And is said to have finished in 10 years? Okkaayy….
Moving on to North America’s known and unknown canal systems. I would like to start off by introducing you to John Jensen’s work on Ancient Canal Builders. He has done excellent work on researching this subject.
John Jensen on Ancient Canal Builders
I touched on the subject of the C & O, and other canal systems in North America, in my post called “Family Background & the Beginning of Awareness.” In that post, I expressed my belief, based on the evidence I shared in that post about the C & O canal, that these systems were built by the advanced ancient civilization that was long-established here when the Europeans first arrived.
The next photos are of the Erie Canal, and one of an Erie Canal Aqueduct. I am calling this sophisticated engineering and masonry. We are told that the construction of the Erie Canal itself started in 1817 (again, well before the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in America in the mid-1800s). And this Erie Canal Aqueduct is reminiscent in style, though not scale, to the Pontcysylite Aqueduct in Wales, shown previously.
Next, here are photos take of St. Lawrence Seaway, which is described by Wikipedia as a system of locks, canals, and channels, in Canada & the U.S. that permits ocean-going vessels to travel from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes. The first is through Montreal; and the second is St. Lawrence Seaway, but it is not specified where. Remember what I keep saying about block-shaped rocks…they are shaped and cut, and are not natural!!!!:
Next on to unknown canal systems. I am going to focus on Oklahoma, because this is where I have studied it the most, but I believe the canal system was very important to the Ancient Civilization as a transportation system, in addition to a land-based road system, because it was in fact a Maritime Civilization. They were as comfortable on the waters as on land.
I am going to start with these photos taken at the same location at 36th Avenue & Shartel Avenue in Northwest Oklahoma City:
The first photo on the left is very reminiscent of what the river beds look like in Oklahoma – red clay gashes. In the middle photo you will see what look to be the remains of stonework still in place. In the last photo, you see where the root system appears to be growing out over air?
This is as good a place as any to assert my belief that the cement industry is built upon pulverizing ancient masonry. It’s not supposed to be there in our historical narrative, so we don’t even conceive of it, so certain industries can do whatever they want because it doesn’t exist. The following pictures are all connected with the Dolese Quarry, based in Oklahoma, which is a major company providing aggregates, concrete, and products used for building. They are not the only example, but the first that I became aware of.
This is a photo taken of a roundabout, with ancient masonry blocks in the foreground; the road sign saying Cement Plant Road in the middle of the picture; and in the distance you are seing the Cement Plant in Clarkdale, Arizona. And there’s plenty of ancient masonry everywhere in this area, so they will never, ever run out of raw material. That is how massive this Ancient Civilization was, that there is an inexhaustible supply of unrecognized masonry for the cement industry all over the world.
As with all of this information, I can dig up more examples. Suffice it it to say, there’s a whole lot of this going on.
Lastly, the subject of totally unknown canal systems. I have a picture here of the Oklahoma River. Very straight. It…looks like a canal:
As a result of what I seen throughout Oklahoma, I believe the remains of a canal system are obscured, or the water flow cut-off to the point of former canals what are called ravines. Here is a photo at Twin Lakes, which is also a man-made lake and water supply, in Bethel, Oklahoma, near Shawnee, OK. How big of a stretch is it to see this as an ancient canal?
I may add later to this post as I think of more things. This is a good start.
2 thoughts on “Master Masons & Canals – with Video of Post at the End”
Here in Indiana I’ve always been puzzled by several creeks that run dead straight for 5,10, 20 miles or more in some spots, they maintain a consistent width and are always originating from larger rivers. These creeks don’t wind and curve like creeks and rivers naturally do, they look exactly like canals and are many times running in close proximity to old mining areas. I mean it’s obvious to me that these were constructed waterways and I imagine they are actually quite common yet hidden simply by labeling them creeks and the like.