This is a continuation from my last post, where I ended following a major alignment emanating off the North American Star Tetrahedron to Novaya Zemlya, a boomerang shaped island off of the northern coast of Russia. In addition to current military bases, there is a history here of nuclear testing by the Russians, including over 224 nuclear detonations at Novaya Zemlya between 1955 and 1990. The most powerful nuclear weapon ever, Tsar Bomba, was detonated at Novaya Zemlya in 1961.
As we continue following this alignment over the next couple of posts, you will see a pattern emerging of nuclear testing sites along this particular planetary gridline.
After leaving Novaya Zemlya, the first place the alignment enters is the Yamal Peninsula, and in the language of the Nenet people, traditional large-scale nomadic reindeer herders who are the indigenous inhabitants of the area, Yamal means “End of the Land.”
The Yamal Peninsula holds Russia’s biggest gas reserves. Russia’s largest natural gas project in history puts the future of traditional nomadic reindeer herding at risk.
It has been in the news in recent years because of the appearance of huge sinkholes, starting with one that appeared in 2014. By 2015, five more had developed.
As a side note here, I observed as I went through my research process that the planetary gridlines approximate tectonic plates. This could account for the occurrence of the sinkholes here.
Geomancy is an ancient science in which the Ancients used stones, rocks, crystals and physical things to change the energy flow of the earth. Structures were built on very specific sites to change the internal flow inside the earth, and the external flow above the earth – energies created by volcanoes, tectonic plate pressures, geopath lines, different kinds of internal structures.
The Ancient Ones, Masters of Sacred Geometry, built the physical planetary grid to create the corresponding the crystalline consciousness structure around the planet.
Next, we come to Tarko-Sale, Russia. Tarko-Sale is an urban-type settlement that is the administrative center of the Yamalo-Nenets Administrative Okrug. It is also the headquarters of Russia’s largest independent gas producer, Novatek.
The next stop is Novosibirsk, Russia. It is the third most populous city in Russia.
By the way, see the comparison below the similar building features and facade ornamentation towards the top of the above photo in Novosibirsk, to that showing behind Trinity College in the top of the photo at Cambridge University:
Novosibirsk is located in southwestern Siberia on the Ob River, which is the world’s seventh longest river.
Barnaul, Russia, is next on the alignment, and is a city and administrative center of the Altai Krai in the west Siberian plain, located at the confluence of the Barnaulka and Ob Rivers.
I see a definite architectural similarity between the building pictured on the left below, which is in Barnaul, Russia, and the one on the right, which is in Invercargill, New Zealand, located at the very southern tip of New Zealand. How can this be explained by the historical narrative we are given? I do not believe it is adequately explained given that only in the 20th century as we are taught in school did the technology exist for rapid transcontinental travel and communication, facilitating the sharing of ideas and knowledge. I believe the actual explanation for the similarity, a unified global culture, has been removed from our collective awareness deliberately.
In another example of similar architectural styles, you seeon the left a street corner in a Siberian city, and on the right, a street corner in Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Next, the alignment crosses the Sayan Mountains, a mountain range located in southern Siberia; Russia; and northern Mongolia.
The appearance of the Sayan Mountains is quite interesting. Here are some examples:
Ulaangom is next, the capital of the Uvs Province in Mongolia, near Lake Uvs Nuur, and 70 miles south of the border with Russia. Just now in looking at this map, I am going to speculate there is a special relationship between Lake Uvs Nuur, Lake Hovsgol, and Lake Baikal on the planetary grid. I have previously heard of Lake Hovsgol, and also Lake Baikal – which is the location of one of the twelve golden sun disks associated with the planetary grid.
Other photos of Ulaangom:
From here, the alignment crosses over the Altai Mountains in Mongolia:
This whole region is part of the western Gobi Desert:
It is also strongly affiliated with the legendary Shamballa/Shangra-La. In this context, it is associated with Sanat Kumara, the Planetary Logos, who has an etheric retreat above the Gobi Desert. Please see link for more information about this connection: Shamballa.
And we find then ourselves in Urumqi, China, once part of the ancient Uighur Empire during Lemurian times, and now part of the Uighur Autonomous Region of Xinjiang in China.
Lop Nur, an ancient salt lake, is next on the alignment. It is in the Takla Maklan Desert in the Southeastern portion of the Uighur Autonomous Region of Xinjiang in China.
It is also significant to note that the Chinese Nuclear Weapons Test Base had four nuclear testing zones at Lop Nur, starting in 1959 – with H-Bomb detonation in 1967 – until 1996, with 45 nuclear tests conducted.
The whole region is associated with the Uighur Empire. According to James Churchward in his books about Mu, this ancient empire was very powerful and huge during Lemurian times. See link for more information: Uighur Empire.
As I was following the alignment, I next found the Qaidam Basin, which is located in the Haixi Mongol and the Tibetan Autonomous Region, in the Qinghai Province, in Western China. At current count, there are 27 salt lakes here, and approximately 1/3rd of the Basin is desert.
I have more ground to cover in this long-distance alignment centered around Novaya Zemlya, but I will end part 2 here for now. More to come, so stay tuned….