The next island the alignment touches is Sumba in the East Tenggara Nusa Islands, the southernmost province of Indonesia, and the eastern part of the Lesser Sunda Islands.
Sumba Island has a population of over 750,000 people. The Portuguese were the first Europeans to arrive in 1522; then became part of the Dutch East Indies in 1866; and the Jesuits established a mission on Sumba also in 1866.
Sumba was known for its Sandalwood exports, and is still known for being one of the places in the world where megalithic burials still take place.
This is Tanggedu Waterfall on Sumba Island. Based on my work and research, I firmly believe waterfalls were constructed by the ancient Advanced Civilization and are part of the planetary grid system, as power generators, and/or representation of Universal Energy flows. I will show you more examples as we go along this alignment.
East Nusa Tenggara Province consists of more than 500 islands, with the largest being West Timor.
Kupang in West Timor is the provincial capital of the East Nusa Tenggara Islands.
The Portuguese claimed the whole island of Timor in 1520. Then in 1640, the Dutch East India Company came in and settled West Timor, and then later the Dutch government took over rule.
The Portuguese ended up in East Timor, also known as Timor-Leste, including a small enclave in West Timor called Oecussi-Ambeno, which were two original kingdoms of Timor. More on East Timor shortly.
In 1945, after the end of World War II, West Timor became part of Indonesia when its Independence from Dutch rule was proclaimed.
For about 1,400 years, from the 100s AD to 1500, Indonesia was comprised of Hindu and Buddhist Kingdoms. The rise of Muslim States started in the 1200s.
East Nusa Tenggara, however, is the only province in Indonesia that is predominantly Roman Catholic with its early colonization by the Portuguese.
This province includes Komodo Island in the Lesser Sunda Islands, which is a national park, and home of the largest lizard on earth, the Komodo dragon.
Flores Island is also in this province. Flores is the tenth largest island of Indonesia. Flores Island is also known for the discovery of dwarf human skeletons in a cave – homo floresiensis. It is also known for the discovery of large skeletons like giant rats, and is also another home for Komodo dragons.
Just off the coast of West Timor are the islands of Roti and Semau.
There is a ferry between Kupang and Roti every day. There are seven languages spoken on the island, and it has living ancient arts and traditions. Also, archeological artifacts from here include Chinese porcelain.
Semau lies 3 kilometers from West Timor, near Kupang. The inhabitants of the island of Semau are the Helong people, considered to be the original inhabitants of the Kupang area. The Helong language has two dialects.
These are two Helong weavers with examples of the textiles produced in West Timor and Semau.
I bring all of this up about East Nusa Tenggara Province for several reasons.
One, Kupang, West Timor is on at least two planetary alignments that I know of.
Another is that there are little islands around the world on all the alignments I have found, that are very much a part of the planetary grid system.
Also, there has been quite a bit of interest in this region historically by European countries looking to expand their colonial empires, and the Roman Catholic Church. These are engines by which the Ancient Advanced Civilization was taken down, and its land and people claimed.
One more thing I want to touch on before following the alignment to Australia is the subject of East Timor. East Timor, also known as Timor-Leste, since 2002 has been considered an independent country in Maritime Southeast Asia. It is also predominantly Roman Catholic.
Portuguese colonization began in 1769. Their influence was interrupted during World War II, when Japan occupied East Timor. After the war, Portuguese control was reinstated.
Then in 1974, Portugal abandoned its colony because of unrest at home, and the vacuum was filled for a brief time by the Revolutionary Front for an Independent East Timor. This was countered by an invasion from Indonesia, with Australian, British, and American support, in December of 1975, due to fears of a communist state in Indonesia.
What followed was a brutal and violent occupation of East Timor by Indonesia. Between 1974 and 1999, approximately 102,000 conflict-related deaths were reported, and there were over 200,000 refugees.
Ultimately, on May 20, 2002, a new constitution for the Democratic Republic of East Timor came into force, and a parliamentary government with a Prime Minister, and President as Head of State, came into being.
Again, more examples of my underlying premise, which is that history reads like a book on the planetary gridlines.
From here the alignment passes between the Timor Sea and the Arafura Sea, to hit land again at Darwin, Australia, which is the capital and largest city of the Northern Territory of Australia, which is sparsely populated. It is also called the Outback Capital of the Northern Territory
Notably, Darwin was the location of the first bombing in Australia, which occurred in February of 1942, after Australia had officially declared war on Japan on December 9, 1942. Japanese forces bombed military bases in Darwin in one day. One of the first hits, and explosions, was a ship loaded with TNT and ammunition.
Here is a picture of Darwin today. Of particular note is the shaped harbor in the foreground, which is a signature of places along these planetary alignments.
Leaving Darwin, and just on the outskirts, we find Howard Springs Nature Park.
I see exactly the same kind of thing everywhere. We are taught that there was nothing special going on in these places, nothing to see, so we fail to recognize the ancient megalithic masonry laying all around us.
These are cut and shaped stones. These are not natural occurrences, contrary to what we have taught to believe by historical omission. These in Australia…
…are like these two photos at Martin Nature Park in North Oklahoma City. 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. Because until you notice them, they just blend in to the landscape.
The alignment goes through Kakadu National Park, and then through Arnhem Land.
First Kakadu National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kakadu covers an area that is 7,646 square miles (or 19,804 kilometers). Besides its incredible biodiversity, land-forms, and river systems, one of the most productive uranium mines in the world is surrounded by the park, shown in the map as the Ranger Mineral Lease.
Aboriginal people have occupied this land continuously for 40,000 years, and approximately half of the land of Kakadu is aboriginal.
And this is as good as any place to leave this photo here for your consideration. I personally think there is something to it, that the Australian Aborigines are of the Tribe of Reuben. I have expressed my thoughts about this subject in the “The So-Called Lost Tribes of Israel” blog post. This kind of information is well-hidden, so some digging is required to find it. But it is out there on the internet if you start looking for it.
Anyway, back to Kakadu National Park. Here are some landscape pictures of it.
Kakadu National Park is part of Arnhem Land, one of the five regions of the Northern Territory, and which the alignment crosses over. While the land is named for the ship of the Dutch East India Company Captain who sailed it into the Gulf of Carpenteria, which I will be covering soon, the population of this region is actually mostly aboriginal, estimated to be around 16,000.
The following photos are of Arnhem Land. I have no difficulty seeing all of this as ancient infrastructure. I had a perceptual shift when I realized there is a code of key words that covers up the ancient civilization. But for most, since we haven’t been taught about this ancient civilization, and have only been taught to believe that it is the result of natural processes, that is how it is perceived.
The Alignment crosses the Gulf of Carpenteria in Queensland, Australia. The Gulf of Carpenteria is described as a shallow sea enclosed on three sides, and bounded on the north by the Arafura Sea (which lies between Australia and New Guinea) –
Here is an aerial view of the Gulf of Carpenteria:
The alignment passes through some islands in the Gulf – through Pellew Islands and the Wellesley Islands.
The Pellew Islands are in the southwest corner of the Gulf of Carpentaria.
They are a group of five islands with a total area of 2,100 square kilometers, named in 1802 by Matthew Flinders in honor of a fellow naval officer.
The Wellesley Islands are here, also named by Matthew Flinders, this time for the 1st Marquess of Wellesley:
The largest island in the group is Mornington Island.
On its way to Cairns, the alignment crosses along the way from Karumba to Normanton, and I will have a future blog post document world-wide S-Shaped riverbends that look like what is pictured here, because they are all over the world. Looking just like this.
The city of Cairns, Australia is next on the alignment.
Cairns is the 5th largest city in Queensland, and the 14th largest city in Australia. It is said to have formed…
…to serve miners going to the Hodgkinson River goldfield.
I will end this post here, to pick it up leaving Australia and crossing the Great Barrier Reef on its way around the world.