Waterfalls are a great example of what I am talking about when I say that from my studies of images and videos on the Internet, and some places I have visited, it appears to me that all of the infrastructure of the planet carries the same signature, the same hand of design.
Following the alignments that emanate from the North American Star Tetrahedron is what brought me to this place of understanding and these conclusions. I did not have these beliefs before I went on this journey. I was impulsed to go on the journey, and the more I got into it, the more information I received.
These examples just scratch the surface because there are so many waterfalls on the planet, and I know I can find many more examples of each kind.
I have put together pictures of waterfalls from different places with similar characteristics for the purpose of making a direct comparison so at least you can see what I am seeing and why I am saying it.
I believe that rivers and waterfalls signify something like Universal Energy Flows on the Planetary Grid system.
I made the claim fully prepared to support it with more examples – of the same style of waterfall in different places around the world. It looked like they had a selection of models of waterfalls to choose from, from small to large.
I was already aware of the unusual appearance of Havasupai Falls in the Grand Canyon, not from visiting, but from some other exposures, including a music video by a musician called Gandalf, called the “Ancient Secret Path.” Here is the link to the instrumental music video – I believe it to be relevant: Gandalf – The Ancient Secret Path.
Then when I was travelling along the alignments from the Star Tetrahedron, I found this waterfall in Luang Prabang;
This one in Jamaica;
Another one in Thailand;
And this one in Port Vila, Vanuatu.
In the next series of waterfalls, in China, Croatia, Idaho, and Oklahoma, there is some massive engineering going on. Just look closely at the similarities in these pictures. There are very similar design features across continents. This actually includes the water color – a very beautiful blue (which goes for the the waterfalls pictured above as well). I also found Guizhou, China, and Croatia, by following grid-lines. I had no foreknowledge of this.
Pictured in this series of three, the first is in Guizhou, China; the second is at Plitvice Lakes in Croatia; and the third is in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Davis, OK, near Antelope and Buffalo Springs. Not identical, but similar. In all three pictures, the surface of the water before it hits the edge of the waterfall, appears to be very still.
In the next series of waterfalls – in Oregon, Switzerland, Australia, Istria (Croatia/Slovenia), the Phillipines, Greenland, Mexico, Venezuala, British Columbia, and Bangladesh – you will see similaries in the flow of water from the top of what looks like a wall, and similar coloration.
These are the Multnomah Falls, located in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon:
The Staubbach Falls in the Lauterbrennan Valley in the Bernese Alps. Note the mound-looking shape in the foreground.
And the mound-looking shape in the foreground reminds me of this one in my drive into work in Arizona:
The Blue Mountains are known as part of the Great Dividing Range in New South Wales, and is near Sydney. I found the Great Dividing Range on a planetary grid line.
Slap Sopot is the second highest waterfall in Istria, which is a region shared between Croatia, Slovenia and Italy, and has a lot of waterfalls.
Including this one, which has a lot of straight edges….
Croatia and Slovenia have a heck of a lot of waterfalls. Here’s another example of the same idea from this region. I believe we see ancient stone-masonry, not natural rock formations.
Davao in the Phillippines is known as the City of Waterfalls, and has a lot as well.
I would like to make a comment about Cape Farewell, Greenland in a future post – it sits on a major alignment involving two aspects of the North American Star Tetrahedron.
Basaseachic Falls also falls directly on a major alignments in the Sierra Madre Occidental Mountains, and Copper Canyon, in Mexico – the home of the Tarahumara. The Tarahumara are known for endurance running, and made this area their permanent home at the time of the Spanish Invasion.
Angel Falls has the distinction of being the highest uninterrupted falls in the world.
I found Takkakaw Falls in British Columbia by following a major planetary grid alignment. Not only do the falls look similar to those pictured above it, you have massive block-shaped rocks in the water-course in the foreground.
Here are two waterfalls in Bangladesh:
I don’t know about you, but before finding out all of this that I am sharing with you, I had no idea that there were such beautiful waterfalls in China, in Croatia & Slovenia (countries of the former Yugoslavia and part of the Balkans). In my head, growing up in the 60’s and 70s, the pictures in my head of these countries were like black & white movies because what we learned about Communist Eastern Europe & China – definitely un-beautiful images.
In the next set of slides, I chose this particular style to highlight because of Natural Falls State Park, OK. I visited there in the spring of 2016, on my way to visit Eureka Springs in Arkansas. By that time I had realized that the word “Natural” was one of the cover-up code words for the ancient civilization, and that parks are places that it is preserved, so basically, I had to go see it for myself. So I physically saw the ancient stone structures surrounding me as I took the path to the falls, like this:
Somewhere around this time, I was looking up waterfalls on the internet, and knew there was a similar looking one in Slovenia, which was in the former Yugoslavia. So I looked again to find it for this post and found one similar quite easily:
As a matter of fact, I found another waterfall in Slovenia with a similar appearance:
This next one is one of many waterfalls in Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia, which was also part of the former Yugoslavia:
In this side-by-side comparison, on the left is a waterfall in Slovenia; and on the right is Twin Falls on the Hawaiian Island of Maui. Leaving here for comparison:
Moving on to a different style of waterfall, check these out. Hang with me on this. Note the recurring similarities.
The first is Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River in Africa, considered the largest waterfall in the world by combined height and width:
Next, you see Tahquamenon Falls in Michigan;
Mackinac Falls in Michigan;
Another part of Natural Springs State Park in Oklahoma called Dripping Springs;
Iguazu Falls straddles the border of Argentina and Brazil. The picture below is from the Argentina side;
I included this picture of the map of Iguazu Falls between the two countries to show its lay-out. Of particular note is the configuration on the Brazil side that has a very round geometric-looking shape.
I have included this map of the Niagara Escarpment to show another long-distance configuration that is remarkably geometric when you consider the distance it covers – straight line in Western New York and into Ontario, and from there a nice and neat half-circle shape across the top of Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, and then down into Wisconsin.
Here are some photographs of waterfalls that flow off of the Niagara Escarpment. The first is of a waterfall in Ontario;
and the second is the American-side of Niagara Falls just outside of Buffalo, New York:
Lastly, a comparison photo to show the similarity of a view of the Niagara Escarpment on the left, and view of the Endless Wall at the New River Gorge State Park in West Virginia.
In my video “Physical Evidence for a Planetary Grid System…and a Suppressed Global Civilization,” I included photos of Dry Falls in Washington State, and the Falls pictured here in the Kimberley. I found the Kimberley Falls by following the alignments I found. I heard about Dry Falls in a lecture I was listening to on Youtube. Note the double fall configuration and the flat landscape.
Twin Falls, Idaho again;
The next two pictures were from Twin Falls State Park in Washington State. In particular, there is a really wispy quality to this waterfall that is reminiscent of many others;
and in the park itself is this block of stone that looks like masonry to me. Note the shaped angles, and the straight cut in the stone towards the top.
The next two are of Twin Falls in Austin, TX:
Two pictures of Twin Falls in Seneca, New York;
Twin Falls in Richland Creek, Arkansas;
And Twin Falls State Park, in Mullens, West Virginia.
To be clear, I see beautiful stonework and stone masonry in these waterfall photos, made with intention and not randomly, and similar design features in places far from each other.
The Ancients worked wonders with stone. Their true legacy is kept from us, and is all around us, hidden right in front of our eyes. The fullest expression of Human Potential that there has ever been on Earth.
I will leave you with this picture of a beautiful waterfall in Slovenia to emphasize what I am saying. Sure, you can say this last picture, and all waterfalls, can only be the result of natural geological forces. Examine this picture closely. Could there possibly be another explanation for its existence, and many others, that we have not been told about? Are you absolutely sure after what I have shown you that all of this can be explained by a random process of natural forces?