History Reads Like a Book on the Planetary Grid – Part 3 Maldives to Bali – With Video of Post at the End

On the other side of the alignment going through Africa, you come to the Maldives, a sovereign state in the Indian Ocean, situated in the Arabian Sea, and southwest of Sri Lanka and India.  It crosses over in the area of Male, the capital city of this island country.

maldives 1

The top photo is the capital, Male, and the bottom is a nearby resort.  Of particular interest are the nicely engineered protected harbors on both islands, and the straight street alignment in the top photo bisecting the island.

Maldives 3 - MaleMaldives 4 - Maldive Resort

The Maldives have a strong cultural and linguistic connection to the Tamil Dravidian culture of India and Sri Lanka.  While not pictured here, the Maldives lie a relatively short distance southwest of the Dravidian map pictured here.

Maldives - Dravidian Map

The Maldives became a sultanate in 1153 when the  King converted to from Buddhism to Islam. Before that the Maldives were Buddhist, prior to that Hindu, and originally was a matriarchal society with each atoll ruled by a chief queen.

In the following historical photos, this is a Buddhist Statue from the Maldives, and the Maldives are said to have had a 1,400 year history of Buddhism, until the year 1153 AD:

Maldives - buddhist statue

as well as this Buddhist Stupa pictured here:

Maldives - historic picture of Stupa

Islam is the mandatory religion in the Maldives.  This is the old Friday Mosque in Male:



It is made from coral stone, and has unique coral stonework and woodwork, as well as lacquerwork, on the inside.


The formal title of the Sultan of the Maldives was:  “Sultan of Land and Sea, Lord of the twelve-thousand islands and Sultan of the Maldives.”


In 1796, the British included the Maldives as a British Protected area, and it officially became a British Protectorate in 1887, with an understanding that they were involved in external affairs like military defense, and the Sultan was responsible for Home Rule.

Maldives - British Influence

Eventually the Sultan’s ruling powers were taken over by his Ministers, and a Constitutional Monarchy was proclaimed in 1932, with the Sultan remaining as nominal head.

In 1965, the Sultan became a King with independence from Britain.  Then in 1968 the 853-year-old monarchy ended with the establishment of a Republic in a national referendum.  This is a photo of the last monarch of the Maldives – King Muhammad Fareed Didi.

Maldives - King Muhammad Fareed Didi

The Sultan’s Palace was demolished and the grounds became Sultan Park, and what was left of the palace was converted into the Maldives National Museum, which houses a complete collection of royal artifacts, as well as archeological finds throughout the islands, many of which speak to its Buddhist and Hindu past.


This is the Mulee’aage, now the Presidential residence, but is said to have been completed in 1919 as a residence for the heir of the Sultan at the time.

Maldives - Mulee'aage

Regardless of the cause of it, in the decades since the establishment of the Republic, the political history of the Maldives has been rather tumultuous, punctuated with many episodes of civil unrest and political instability.

Maldives Unrest

From the Maldives, the alignment crosses the Indian Ocean and enters the Island of Java through the Sunda Strait as it goes across Indonesia.

The Sunda Strait, which is located between the islands of Java and Sumatra, and connects the Java Sea to the Indian Ocean.


There are a couple of noteworthy tidbits about this location.  One is that the island of Krakatoa is located here.  Krakatoa is a volcanic island that exploded in a major eruption in 1883 with global effects.  It was one of the deadliest and most destructive volcanic events in recorded history.  It destroyed most of the island, affected the region with pyroclastic flows and volcanic ash.  Global after-effects included tsunamis and climactic changes involving a cooling of temperatures over the next few years.

Sunda Strait - Krakatoa Eruption 1883

The other is that there was a World War II naval battle that took place here in 1942.  This was not the only battle that took place on a grid-line during the second World War.  There were actually many of them that did, not only in World War II, but other wars/conflicts as well.

Sunda Strait WWII Battle

The alignment goes through Bandung, the capital of West Java.

Bandung, Indonesia map

Bandung was called the Paris of Indonesia by its Dutch Colonizers, who started colonizing here in the 1700s as the Dutch East India Company, and is known today for a certain European feel.

Here are some historic pictures of Bandung:


And these are some pictures of the landscape in which Bandung is located.


The alignment goes through Yogyakarta in Central Java.

Yogyakarta, Indonesia Map

Yogyakarta was the capital of the Mataram Sultanate from 1587 to 1613.  Even today it is considered a center of education, classical Javanese Fine Art and cultural activities of all kinds.


This is also where Borobudur is located, another nodal point of the planetary grid, like Axum in Ethiopia, which was featured in Part 2 of this series.  A nodal point is a place where numerous leylines and planetary alignments connect.

Borobudur, located 26 miles northwest of Yogyakarta, is the world’s largest Buddhist Temple, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  A structural mandala Built in three tiers, it has a pyramidal base with five concentric square terraces, the trunk of a cone with three circular platforms, and a monumental stupa at the top.


Also close to Yogyakarta is Candi Prambanan, which is a Hindu Temple complex, said to have been established in the 8th century with the formation of a Hindu kingdom in Java.

Yogyakarta - Hindu_Prambanan_Temple

Surakarta is in the same vicinity, and lies just to the northeast of Yogyakarta.   It is also known the Royal City of Solo.  It is considered one of the least westernized cities on Java.   We saw another royal city on this alignment at Gondar in Ethiopia in Part 2 of this series.

Surakarta map

This is the Keraton Surakarta, also known as the Kasunanan.  It is a royal palace that was built in 1745.

Surakarta - Keraton

Mangkunegaran Place is also in Solo, said to have been built in 1757 by the nephew of King Pakubuwono II.

Surakarta - Mangkunegaran palace

I have reason to believe there is a much greater historical significance to this place than is realized, connected ultimately to King Solomon, but it falls into the category of the secret (society) history of the world.  If you are interested in learning more about this, here is a link to a PDF that can explain it much better than I can, and is where I first learned of this unknown history and this place.

PDF Explaining the Significance of Solo Jawa

The alignment crosses over the island of Bali.

Bali Map

Bali has a large Hindu population, at over 80% of the population in the largely Muslim nation of Indonesia.  This is one of many Hindu temples on the island of Bali.

Bali - Hindu Temple

Among many other things, Bali is noteworthy for its Subak Irrigation System. The Ancient Ones of the advanced Ancient Civilization were Master Hydrologists.  This irrigation system is a complex, pulsed artificial ecosystem for the paddy fields of Bali, said to be in use since the 9th century.  It is owned by the farmers, and was said to have been developed to facilitate fair distribution of water resources during the dry season.  There are five terraces, and a water temple associated with each one.  This has been designated UNESCO World Heritage Cultural Landscape.


According to Robert Coon, who has done extensive research on the two Great Earth Serpents and the Earth’s Chakra System, Bali is the World Purification Center, and is one of two places where the Feminine Rainbow Serpent and the Masculine Plumed Serpent cross – the other is Lake Titicaca, which straddles the border of Peru and Bolivia.  He says on a flat map, these two dragon circles form an infinity symbol, or a figure 8 tipped on its side.  Here is the link to his website and this information:  The Two Great Dragon Circles.

I am going to end this post here, and pick up the alignment in Kupang, at the tip of the island of West Timor.

































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History Reads Like a Book on the Planetary Grid – Part 2 Tenerife, Canary Islands to Eyl, Somalia – With Video of Post at the End

I ended part 1 of this series in Portland, Maine, where this alignment emanating off the North American Star Tetrahedron leaves North America and crosses over the Atlantic Ocean and heads towards North Africa.  I will be starting this post on the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands.

For me personally, this journey started here in 2016, when I started noticing major cities lining up in lines in North America on a map beside my dining room table.  Then I found a familiar figure of sacred geometry when I literally started connecting them.  After that, I extended the lines out on a map, then a globe.  I am sharing with you what I have found along the way.


This blog is dedicated to providing compelling evidence for a highly advanced lost global civilization that existed up until relatively recent times.  It was geometrically aligned with itself, the planet, and the stars, and in this spirit in addition to what I have found in the specific locations on this alignment,  I will be including comparison pictures of other places with astonishing similarities in places you would not expect to find them.

For the purposes of simplification, in these posts I am going to focus on striking similarities in building styles and design features, and landscape features.  I will say this whole region is rich in unknown and unacknowledged history, but it is beyond the scope of this blog and my expertise to delve much into it.  Suffice it to say I will be scratching the surface of it with what I am about to share with you.

Tenerife is largest and most populated island of the Canary Islands, and its capital is Santa Cruz de Tenerife.  The Canary Islands are an Autonomous Community Province of Spain, and are located off the coast of Morocco.

Canary Islands map

Here are photos comparing a building configuration – that I have found throughout these alignments – in Tenerife on the left; Burlington, Vermont in the middle; and Summerside, Prince Edward Island on the right.


In this comparison of roof styles, on the left is the Circulo de Amistad XII de Enero Building in Tenerife; the building on the top right is in Montpelier, Vermont; and the one on the bottom right is in Yalta, Crimea (the Crimea is a peninsula on the Black Sea).


Here are those triple and double windows yet again – on the left is a view of Santa Cruz de Tenerife; and on the right is the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.


The Pyramids of Guimar are located in the town of Guimar on the island of Tenerife.  Terraced structures that were built from lava stone without the use of mortar.

Guimar 2

Compared with the Pyramids of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, also terraced structures made of lava stone.  There are seven terrace pyramids in Mauritius and six in Guimar.  In both places they are in perfect astrological alignment with the winter and summer solstice.

Mauritius Pyramids

From the Canary Islands, the alignment enters the continent of Africa at Laayoune, Morocco, or El Aaiun, the meaning of which refers to water springs.

Laayoune, Morocco map

Here I would like to interject that I have found springs of all kinds, including hot springs, located in places on the alignments I have found in my work.

Laayoune, Morocco 5

Top two photos are buildings in Laayoune.  Next, in order is: the Milan Natural History museum in Italy;  Georgetown University in Washington, DC; and the photo on the bottom is the Moscow State Historical Museum in Russia.

Laayoune, Morocco 1Laayoune, Morocco 4Milan Natural History Museum

Georgetown University

Moscow Building

The alignment crosses into the Tamanrasset Province, the largest in Algeria.


There are two two national parks in Tamanrasset Province – the Ahaggar (also known as Hoggar) Mountains; and Tassili n’ajjer.

First, photos of the Ahaggar Mountains.  These are considered a highland region of the Central  Sahara in Southern Algeria that cover 212,000 square miles (550,000 square kilometers) along the Tropic of Cancer:


Second, here are some photos from the other national park – Tassili n’ajjer, which means “Plateau of the Rivers.” It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

It is known for its distinctive rock artwork, some of which is pretty much recognizable from our reality as we know it:  bull – charioteer – giraffe…


…and some of it not of this world as we know it – ? – ?? – ???.


And here a photos of the landscape of Tassili n’ajjer.


Let me be clear that I believe all of the landforms I am showing you in this post are ruins of ancient infrastructure, and not natural features.

Whether or not you are able to believe this, throughout this post I intend to provide compelling evidence as to why I believe it.

For example, the landform on the left is in Tamanrasset Province, and the one pictured on the right is Chimney Rock in Sedona, Arizona.


Also this image on the left taken in Tamanrasset Province  is very much like what is pictured on the right in Heavener Runestone State Park in Heavener, Oklahoma.


A few more things before I leave Algeria.

The first is that I would like to point out a few things in Constantine, Algeria – which is in northeastern Algeria, close to the Mediterranean Sea.  Whoever built this place is comfortable with stone and heights ~ this is what a City on the Rocks looks like!

Constantine, Algeria 1

For a direct comparison to illustrate one of the points I want make, here is a series of three pictures.  The photo on the left is called in English “Natural Arch” in Constantine; the middle one is what is called the “Arch Bridge” in Constantine; and on the right is taken of a building in Grozny way over in Chechen Republic in Russia, not close to here by any stretch of the imagination, but which is located on another planetary alignment.


The other point that I would like to make is about the Algerian Civil  War, the duration of which was between 1991 and 2002.  It involved an armed conflict between the Algerian government and various Islamic rebel groups.  It began after a coup negating an Islamist electoral victory in which the government was trying to crush the Islamist movement, but armed groups emerged to fight against the government, and many Algerians were killed.

Algerian Civil War

From Algeria, the alignment crosses into the country of Niger, where it goes through the Air and Tenere National Nature Reserves.  Pictured top and bottom to the right of the map shows a good example for me what are actually under sand dunes, but that is a future post in and of itself….


The Air and Tenere National Nature Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and covers 29,870 square miles (77,360 square kilometers), and is the eastern half of the Air Mountains, and the western half of the Tenere Desert.


From there, the alignment crosses through Bilma, Niger.

Bilma, Niger map 2

Bilma is an oasis town, and used to be a key stop in the Trans-Saharan caravan route.  It is protected from sand from the desert dunes by the Kaouar escarpment.  Escarpment is another key code word that covers-up ancient infrastructure.


To this day, it produces salt in salt pans, sold for livestock use throughout West Africa.


Lastly, I would like to point out the Niger Delta Civil War and Boko Haram.

There has been conflict in the Niger Delta since the early 1990s as well, mostly between foreign oil companies and minority ethnic groups, and has been on-going in one form or another since that time.

Niger Delta Map

The Islamic State in West Africa has been active in Niger, Nigeria, Chad, and Northern Cameroon since 2002, and has been known as Boko Haram since 2015.  It is a militant jihadist group that advocates for Sharia Law, and has been particularly noteworthy for militant insurgency and child kidnappings, among many other things.

Boko Haram

Moving on into Chad, a land-locked country in Central Africa.

Chad, Africa Map

The Bodele Depression and Koro Toro are both on the alignment in the Borkou-Ennedi-Tibesti Region of Chad.

The Bodele Depression is the lowest point in Chad, and is best known for its dust storms which deliver fertile dust,  said to be essential for places like the Amazon rainforest.

Chad bodele-depression

The Bodele Depression lies between Lake Chad to the south of it (note the pyramidal shapes in the background)…




Here are Tibesti Mountains on the left and in the middle, Bell Rock in Sedona, Arizona on the right:


Here are more photos taken of the Tibesti Mountains:


Here is a photo comparing a rock formation in this region of Chad on the left, and one in the Tamanrasset Province in Algeria on the right that called “No Arch.”  They both look like a lot like elephants to me.


Koro Toro is also on the alignment and is an archeological and anthropological site in Chad, best known for the discovery of an Australopithecus fragment in 1995, which is described asone of the first Hominid in the ancestry of human evolution.

Chad - Koro Toro

There have been roughly four Civil Wars in Chad since independence from France in 1960.  The last one started in 2005 between Muslims in the North and Christians in the South, and is continuing on some form or another to the present day.

Chad Civil War

From Chad, the alignment crosses through El Obeid, Sudan, which is the capital of North Kurdafan.

El Obeid, Sudan map

Here is a comparison of a mosque in El Obeid, Sudan on the left, and the Signoria, was was the government building of medieval and renaissance Florence, Italy:


Also, there are Pyramids in Sudan – located in Meroe which is northeast of the country’s capital of Khartoum.  As the map shows, Sudan is due south of Egypt.  Meroe is an ancient city that sits on the east bank of the Nile River as well.  This region is considered part of the Kingdom of Kush.

Sudan - Meroe map

Here is an aeriel view of the Meroe Pyramids…

Sudan - Meroe Pyramids

…and a comparison of the Meroe Pyramids on the left, and similar-looking pyramids in Tamanrasset Province back in Algeria on the right:


The first Sudanese Civil War started in 1955 between North and South Sudan, (Sudan Civil Wars start in 1962), with a state of civil war existing in Sudan to the present-day.

Sudan Civil War

From here the alignment goes on into Ethiopia, on which we find Lake Tana,  Gondar, and Lalibela, Ethiopia.

Ethiopia map

Lake Tana is the source of the Blue Nile, and the largest lake in Ethiopia.  It is a sacred lake.

Among other things, the heart-shaped Lake Tana has living traditions about being a place where Joseph, Mary, and Jesus stayed on their way back to Israel after fleeing Herod, and also as a place where the Ark of the Covenant was kept for 800 years before going to Axum, where it is said to currently be (more on this shortly).

Ethiopia - Lake Tana

This first set of two photos is a comparison of a bridge near Lake Tana  on the top, with the old bridge near Loch Sligachan on the Isle of Skye, off the coast of Scotland on the bottom:

Ethiopia - Lake Tana BridgeEthiopia - River Nith Old Bridge, Dumfries, Scotland

This next set of two bridges is a comparison of the River Nith Old Bridge in Dumfries, Scotland on the left, with the Burnside Bridge at Antietam in Maryland, the site of a major battle of the American Civil War:


Gondar is a royal and historic city of Ethiopia, and the Imperial Seat from the 1200s to the 1900s.  It is a city of castles and palaces.


Lalibela is the second holiest of Ethiopia’s cities, after Axum.  It is famous for its monolithic churches, meaning cut out of one rock. The population of Lalibela is almost completely Ethiopian Orthodox Christian.

Ethiopia - LalibelaEthiopia - Lalibela 2Ethiopia - Lalibela 3

Axum, Ethiopia is one of the twelve primary nodal points of the Planetary Grid.  A nodal point is a place where numerous leylines and planetary alignments connect.

Ethiopia - Axum Map

It is believed to be the home of the Ark of the Covenant at the Saint Mary of Zion Church.

Ethiopia - Axum St. Mary of Zion Church - Ark of the Covenant

Though there is more than one obelisk here, this is the granite Obelisk of Axum.  It is 24 meters high, and weighs 160 tons.  Like the churches of Lalibela, it is also monolithic in that it was crafted from a single piece of stone.

Ethiopia - Axum Obelisks

Civil War started in Ethiopia in 1974, with a coup initiated by a Marxist-Leninist faction leading to the overthrow of the Imperial Government in 1975, and formally ending in 1991.  The war left at least 1.4 million dead.

Ethiopia - Civil War

From Ethiopia this alignment goes through Hargeysa, Somalia.  Hargeysa is the largest city and capital of the self-declared province of Somaliland (it is not recognized internationally).

Somalia - Hargeysa Map

So, as is typical of so many places, this is the fate of the much of the beautiful historic architecture of Somalia…

Somalia - historic ruins

…to be replaced by what you see now in 21st-century Hargeysa…

Somalia - Modern Hargeysa

…Contrasted with the building in the background in this historic photo of Hargeysa.

Somalia - Historic Hargeysa 1

Here are some historic photos and locations around Somalia that may or may not still be standing:


Lastly, the alignment leaves Somalia at the city of Eyl.  This region of Somalia is known as Puntland, which was established in 1998.

Somalia itself is more than likely the ancient Land of Punt, which was a trading partner with Egypt.

This is the Dervish Castle at Eyl…

Somalia - Eyl Dervish Castle

…as well as the building in this historic picture.

Somalia - Eyl Historic Puntland 1

The Somali Civil War started in the 1980s, and is on-going.  It is estimated that at least 500,000 people have been killed as a result of it.

Somali Civil War

I will be ending this post here at the Horn of Africa and next stop will be following the alignment on to the Maldive Islands in the Indian Ocean.

Somalia - Indian Ocean Map

I will leave you here these thoughts.

It sure looks like to me that a rich, vibrant & unacknowledged history of Humanity has been plundered and destroyed through this region, only to be replaced with violence, death and destruction.

I bring these things up because of these are types of things that have been happening on planetary gridlines, or the proximity thereof, which is also happens to be our consciousness grid.

Finding out things like this is why I believe the planetary grid has been deliberately manipulated to lower our collective consciousness since so many, many horrific atrocities and crimes against Humanity have been committed at significant places on the grid, not only here in Africa, but all over the world.

Knowledge of the planetary system was deliberately removed from our collective awareness by beings who definitely do not have humanity’s best interest at heart, our history was revised, and the truth became shattered and fragmented.

It is time to return this knowledge to the collective awareness and together choose to create a new reality for our planet that is based on love, kindness and cooperation.

History Reads Like a Book on the Planetary Grid – Part 1 Edmonton to Portland, Maine – With Video of Post at the End

This post will take a closer look at the side of the North American Star Tetrahedron that extends from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and will extend the alignment out starting from Ottawa in Canada, across oceans and continents, all the way to Capetown, South Africa.  In this process, I will be highlighting some ancient sacred sites and infrastructure, as well as hot spots in our modern history as I start this new series.


The northern apex of the star tetrahedron is Edmonton, Alberta.

Edmonton, Alberta Map

Edmonton is the capital of the Province of Alberta.  It sits on the North Saskatchewan River.

Edmonton, Alberta 1

Compare the appearance of Edmonton’s location on the bend of this river with this city in Guizhou Province in China:


This is a historic view of Jasper Avenue in Edmonton, with building in the foreground on the left with its heavy masonry and arched windows.

Edmonton, Alberta - Jasper Avenue

And here on the left is the Alberta Hotel, compared with the Detroit Savings Bank on the Top right; the Plaza Hotel in Roswell, NM in the middle; and a building on Kherson, Ukraine on the bottom right.

The is Ft. Assiniboine, a small hamlet in Alberta not far from Edmonton and was founded as a trading post by the Hudson Bay Company in 1824.

Edmonton, Alberta - Fort Assiniboine 1

The Assiniboine are said to be Plains Cree, and were a major part of an alliance known as the Iron Confederacy, or Nehiyaw Pwat.

And the Ft. Assiniboine, south of Edmonton in Montana, was a U.S. Army post established in 1879, and was abandoned in 1911.  It is said to have been established to prevent Sioux chief Sitting Bull from returning to the United States from Canada and to control the local indian population.

This is what the Bachelor Officers Quarters looked like with its turreted tower:

Montana - Fort_Assiniboine 1

And this is the pyramidal-shaped Mt. Assiniboine, on the British Columbia border with Alberta in what are called the Canadian Rockies.

Edmonton, Alberta - Mt. Assiniboine

From Edmonton, this alignment passes through all of the capitals of the Canadian provinces, as well as Ottawa, the national capital of Canada.

Next is Saskatoon, the largest city in the Province of Saskatchewan.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Map

It straddles a bend in the South Saskatchewan River, and is the largest city in Saskatchewan.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 1

The palatial Delta Bessborough Hotel, said to have been built for the Canadian Pacific Railway from 1928 – 1932.

Saskatoon Delta Bessborough Hotel

And more of the same corner architecture and layout in Saskatoon that is seen worldwide:

And these are the Cypress Hills megalith, where there was a massacre in in 1873, where a group of American bison hunters, American wolf hunters, American and Canadian Whiskey traders supposedly banded together over allegations of horse theft, and murdered a number of people in an Assiniboine camp.  This at least is what the historical record tells us for the reason.

Mystery Rocks Cypress Hills Saskatchewan

These megaliths are found on Mount Saskatchewan.  The lighthouse tower was the name given to a 75 meter pinnacle on the eastern ridge of the mountain.  I can’t find a close-up picture of the lighthouse because that would be interesting to see.

Saskatoon - Mt. Saskatchewan

Next is Winnipeg, Manitoba, the capital city of Manitoba…

Winnipeg, Manitoba Map 1

…and is centered on the Red and Assiniboine Rivers.

Winnipeg, Manitoba 2

Here are some historic buildings in Winnipeg, with the Hudson Bay Company Building pictured on the top, and the Manitoba Legislative building on the bottom left; the Law Courts in the middle; and the Ashdown Building on the bottom right.

We come now to  Thunder Bay, Ontario, on the alignment, and we have crossed into the southern edge of the Canadian Shield, also known as the Laurentian Plateau.

Thunder Bay Ontario Map

Thunder Bay is the seat of the Thunder Bay District in Ontario and is located at the head of Lake Superior.  It was previously known by Fort William and Port Arthur.

Thunder Bay Ontario 1

This is known as the Sleeping Giant in at a Provincial Park in Thunder Bay:

Thunder Bay Ontario - Sleeping Giant

The Hudson Bay Company merged with the original trading post located there at Fort William pictured here.  So they want us to believe these buildings were the original structures of the area…

…instead of actually these buildings here:

We have also crossed into the southern part of the Canadian Shield, also known as the Laurentian Plateau.

Thunder Bay - Laurentian Plateau map

It is called one of the world’s largest geologic continental shelves, of exposed precambrian igneous and high-grade metamorphic rock that forms the ancient geological core of North America.  So I want to share some photos with you of what it looks like with all those nice straight edges and angles:

Thunder Bay - Laurentian Plateau 1Thunder Bay - Laurentian Plateau 3Thunder Bay - Laurentian Plateau 2

So moving on down this alignment, next is Isle Royale, which is located in Lake Superior.   An alignment directly on the Star Tetrahedron goes right through here.

Isle Royale map

Isle Royale is known for its ancient copper mines.  As a matter of fact, the copper from Isle Royale was being mined extensively in the Bronze Age, around 3,000 BC, and was considered the purest copper in the world.  And nobody can really explain who was responsible for the mining, and how it got to Europe.

Isle Royale

The best they can come up with is also how they explain the people who built the mounds.  And they definitely can’t explain how it got to Europe.  This a conundrum that confounds the construct that guides our knowledge of history.

Western Archeologists tell us that somehow Indians in loincloths figured out how to mine copper 5,000 years ago, and that somehow, we really don’t know how, it got to Bronze-Age Europe before there was transoceanic trade.

Copper Miners

The next stop is Ottawa, Ontario, the national seat of government of Canada.

Ottawa, Ontario Map

It stands on the south bank of the Ottawa River in the eastern portion of southern Ontario.

Ottawa 2

This is a historic post office in Ottawa…

Ottawa Post office

…a historic picture of Ottawa taken in the 1800s…

Ottawa - historic Ottawa 1800s

…the Ottawa Museum of Nature…

Ottawa - Canadian Museum of Nature

…and the Parliament buildings.

Ottawa - Parliament

Here is the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and connects Ottawa with Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence Seaway.  It is said to have been built in 1832.

Ottawa - Rideau Canal - UNESCO World Heritage

I ask the same question that I have raised in previous blog posts about canals, much less all of these buildings with heavy masonry – what technology, based on what we are taught about our history, could have existed at that time, 1832 in the case of Rideau Canal, to build a sophisticated waterway like this?  According to our historical narrative, it would have been completed before the Industrial Revolution, which didn’t come to Canada until the 1860s.  It quite simply does not match up with what we are taught.

On across the U. S. Border to Burlington, Vermont.

Burlington, Vermont Map

Burlington is the county seat of Chittenden County, and with its population of 50,000 is still the largest city in the State of Vermont.  It is located on the eastern shoreline of Lake Champlain.

Burlington, Vermont Lake Champlain waterfront.

Here are historic pictures  of Burlington:

This is Taconic State Park near Burlington, which has mounds and enormous block-shaped rocks.

Burlington, Vermont - Taconic Mountains State Park

I first started cracking the code covering up the Advanced Ancient Civilization in early 2016.

My process was that after I wrote down the places on a particular route by connecting the dots on a globe, I would follow up by looking up images and videos of these places.

One of the first things I realized is that for as much of the ancient civilization as is destroyed, neglected, or incorporated in unprotected places, much is preserved intact in federal, state, and local 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.

Next the alignment goes through Montpelier, Vermont.

Montpelier, Vermont map

Montpelier is the State Capital…

Montpelier, Vermont - State Capital Building

…here is the Montpelier City Hall

Montpelier, Vermont - City Hall

…and a building in Montpelier, Vermont, compared with one in Summerside, Prince Edward Island.  Not identical architecture, but similar.

Next we come to Portland, Maine, which is the largest city in Maine, and located on Maine’s Atlantic coast.

Portland, Maine Map

This is a comparision of the lighthouse at Portland, Maine on the left, and Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia on the right.  Lighthouses will most likely be the subject of a future blog post, because guess what….

Also, here is a street view of Portland on top, compared with a very familiar look to me from other cities in very different places – bottom left is  Edinburgh, Scotland; middle is from Zagreb, Croatia; and on the bottom right is Ellicott City, Maryland.

This is the end of this first post, where we leave Maine to cross over to the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean.