Circle Alignments on the Planet – Merida – Part 4 Near Islands to the Island of Kauai – With Video of Post at the End

In the last post, the circle alignment starting in Merida was shown going across Northeast Greenland, the North Pole, and Siberia, which is the Russian Far East.  In this post,  I will take you on a journey in this post following the alignment over Pacific Island groups.

The alignment enters the Bering Sea from Apuka in the Russian Far East and crosses the Near Islands (Attu, Agattu & Shemya).  The Near Islands are the westernmost of the Aleutian Islands, located close to the International Date Line, and closer to Russia than mainland Alaska.

Near Islands - Aleutian map

Shemya Island is the home of Eareckson Air Force Base, and is currently the only inhabited Near Island.  Attu had a U. S. Coast Guard Base until 2010.

Near Islands - Shemya 2

Here are some views from around Shemya:

An aerial view from a different angle showing the interesting outlines and shape of the whole island from directly above…

Near Island - Shemya Aerial

A nice shaped shoreline…

Near Islands - Shemya 5

…how about these blocky rocks on the beach of Shemya, compared with those on the beach of the East Siberian Sea at Pevek on the northern coast of Siberia, and those on Gold Rock Beach on Grand Bahama Island…

Shemya - Siberia - Grand Bahama

…and what looks curiously like ancient masonry in the lower right foreground of this nicely flat-topped cliff-edge right up next to the coast of Shemya.  Also what looks like green turf coming down over the edge looks kind of strange, almost carpet- or blanket-like.

Near Islands - Shemya 8

And those rocks on the ground below near the water look like red rocks to me, but I can’t get a close-up of them that clearly shows this.

Near Islands - Shemya 8a

Red sandstone is another building material of the advanced ancient civilization.  Here a just a few of many, many examples.  It’s just not called masonry.  People assume it’s natural because they haven’t been taught anything else.

Red sandstone like you see here at Lake Arcadia in Edmond, Oklahoma;

Lake Arcadia 1

at Boiling Springs State Park outside of Woodward, Oklahoma;

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In Cornville, Arizona, near Sedona;

Cornville Road

Here at Amaru Muru near Lake Titicaca in Peru;

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And the red rocks you see here that are part of this roadway bridge at Twin Lakes in Bethel, Oklahoma.

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This is a photo of Agattu Island taken from Shemya.

Near Islands - Agattu from Shemya

Agattu is one of the largest uninhabited islands in the Aleutians.    It has a land area of 85,558 square miles (or 221.9 kilometers squared).

Near Islands - Agattu Map

There is not a lot written about this uninhabited island in the Bering Sea.   You can find written information from the Audubon Society about its seven large seabird colonies of different kinds of birds, numbering in total population an estimated 66,000 birds.

This is a Kittzlitz Murrelet, a rare species found on Agattu.

Near Islands - Agattu - Kittlitz Murrelet

It is also described as a volcanic island, with rugged fjords and high cliffs on the coast.

So, let’s take a closer look at the rugged cliffs and high fjords of the coast of Agattu Island, and see what we find.

Well, here’s a feature that looks like the ruins of an ancient wall.  It reminds me of…

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…Hell’s Gate at Possum Kingdom State Park, a little ways west of Ft. Worth, Texas.  Shown here is the are huge-wall-like structures surrounded by the waters of the lake that exists there now, compared with how it looked before the lake was created.  I know for a fact the creation of artificial lakes is one of the ways they used to hide ancient infrastructure, as there are many examples of this once you know what the deal is – hiding an ancient advanced civilization that was global in plain sight, and creating a water supply at the same time.  Two birds with one stone.

Hell's Gate TexasHere is Hell’s Gate from another angle, showing more evidence that this is a built structure.

Hells gate possum kingdom state park

This is another feature found on Agattu’s coast.  It immediately brought to mind…

Near Islands - Agattu 2

…this feature at Mount Magazine State Park in Paris, Arkansas.  This is part of Cameron’s Bluff, and going to this place in person in the fall of 2015 marked the beginning of my putting all of this together by cracking the cover-up code words of how language was used to hide things by leading us to believe things like this are natural features.  A bluff, meaning a high cliff, is a bluff, meaning a false display  in order to deceive someone.

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Lastly, this waterfall on Agattu, one of the westernmost of the Aleutian Islands in the Bering Sea, reminds me of…

Near Islands - Agattu 4 - waterfalls

…the MadhabKunda waterfall, one of the highest waterfalls in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh madhob kundo waterfall

Attu Island is the largest of the Near Island group, and so far west it is in the eastern hemisphere, and the westernmost point of land relative to Alaska.  The island is protected as one of the National Parks Trust Territories, and has few visitors as it is restricted.

Attu Island map

Attu Island is the site of the only land battle in North America during World War II.

The Japanese Army bombed and occupied Attu Island, as well as Agattu and Kiska Islands, in June of 1942.  It was a strategic location for both Japanese and the American forces.

Near Islands - Attu Japanese

American forces retook the islands during the Aleutian campaign starting on May 11th, 1943, and lasted several weeks.

Near Islands - Attu US Army

There was an operational U. S. Naval Station, then Coast Guard Station at Casco Cove on Attu from June of 1943 until August of 2010.  The airfield located there can still be used for emergency landings.

These are the original buildings of the- station, with its blocky rocks in the foreground:

Near Islands - Attu USCG 2

And this is the Coast Guard Station that was closed 8 years ago, beside a shaped shoreline:

Near Islands - Attu USCG 1

Here’s another view of the same shoreline…

Near Islands - Attu 2

…and here is another shaped shoreline on Attu, reminiscent of the shape and appearance of…

Near Islands - Attu 1

…Cape Blossom on Wrangel Island off the northern coast of Russia.

Wrangel Island - Shaped Shoreline

Moving along on the alignment in a southerly direction in the Pacific Ocean from the Near Islands, I am going to make mention of what are actually considered the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands – Midway and Kure Atolls, the most northerly coral atolls in the world.  While not directly on the alignment, these places are definitely in the general vicinity, and on other planetary alignments as well.  Actually, I have found World War II battle sites all over these planetary gridlines.

Northwestern Hawaiian Islands map

In the same coordinated campaign in June of 1942 that led to the Japanese occupation of Attu and Agattu for almost a year, the Battle of Midway brought about the sinking of four Japanese warships, and downing of hundreds of Japanese planes in the Battle of Midway.  It was a turning point for the Allied Forces of the war in the Pacific.

Battle of Midway graphic

The alignment did cross Necker Island, also part of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

Necker Island Hawaii map

Necker Island is a relatively small island with over 30 stone temples and shrines. These have been studied by archeoastronomy experts for astronomical alignments.  This is a shrine on Necker Island…

Necker Island Hawaii Shrine

…and a sketch of a temple platform there.

Necker Island Platform

The center of the island is located at almost exactly the latitude of the Tropic of Cancer in the year 1000.

Necker Island Hawaii 2

From Necker, the alignment crosses the Hawaiian island of Kauai.

Kauai Map

It is called the “Garden Isle,” and is considered the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands.

British explorer, Captain James Cook, is said have been the first European to arrive at Waimea Bay on Kauau in 1778.

Kauai - Captain Cook

This is a painting of Hawaiian King Kamehameha I.  He was the founder and first ruler of the Kingdom of Hawaii, which originated in 1795, but became official when the whole Hawaiian Archipelago became unified in 1810.

Kamehameha

And this is King Kalakaua, the last elected Monarch of the Kingdom of Hawaii.  He lost his absolute power in 1887 when he was forced by Hawaiian elites to accept a constitution that provided for a constitutional government.

King Kalakaua

The Kingdom was overthrown in 1893 under Queen Lili’uokalani, and the Republic of Hawaii was annexed at a Territory by the United States in 1898.

Queen Lili'uokalani

Let’s do a quick tour of some interesting places on Kauai.

I noticed on the above map a place called the Old Russian Fort.  Sounded kind of suspicious to me, so I looked it up, and this is what I found.  All of these are on the grounds of the Russian Fort Elizabeth State Historical Park.  It is on the coast of Kauai, southeast of the city of Waimea.  Remember the red rocks I showed you earlier?  Well here are some more….

Kauai - Waimea Old Russian Fort EntranceKauai Old Russian Fort ElisabethKauai Old Russian Fort

And this is the Old Russian Fort itself.  It looks very much like a star fort to me.  Star configurations similar to this are found all over the world.

Kauai - Old Russian Fort

This is Waimea Canyon, called the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. The canyon has red soil, and notice the shaped red rock in the foreground.  I have found that canyon is cover-up code word also, just like bluff.

Kauai

Here’s another view of the canyon.  It is 10 miles long, and up to 3,000 feet deep.  And yet another waterfall, similar to the one we saw earlier…

Waterfall In Waimea Canyon - Kauai, Hawaii

…on Agattu Island.

Near Islands - Agattu 4 - waterfalls

Before leaving Kauai, just wanted to show you some pictures of Na Pali Coast on the northwestern shore of Kauai.  Interesting pointed peaks, and a stone formation in the foreground there on the coast…

Kauai - Na Pali Coast 2

…that kind of looks like what we saw on the coast of Agattu Island.

Near Islands - Agattu 2

I am going to end this post here, and in the last post of the series, will pick up the alignment on the island of Oahu and complete the circle in Merida, Mexico.

 

Circle Alignments on the Planet Merida – Part 3 Northeast Greenland to Apuka, Siberia – With Video of Post at the End

In following this circle alignment that begins and ends in Merida, Mexico, the last post ended in the port city of Akureyri, Iceland’s second largest city, located on the coast of  Northern Iceland, and heads over the circumpolar north.

The alignment leaves Iceland and from crosses over the far northeastern tip of Greenland.

Greenland is considered an autonomous constituent country within the Kingdom of Denmark.  It is called the world’s largest island.

Greenland Map

While it is on the North American side of the Atlantic, it has long been politically and culturally tied to Europe, even though the majority of its inhabitants are  Inuit Eskimos, who are said to be descended from the Thule people of Greenland.

Greenland Inuit 1Greenland Inuit 3

 

And while you might see this as just a random rock on the right, I see it as a cut and shaped stone…

Greenland Inuit 4

… just like this one in my front yard.  Cut and shaped stones like these are literally everywhere, and you don’t see them until you realize they are there.  So if you start looking for them, you will see them – it does not matter where you are on earth.  They are there in our yards, parks, beside roadways, you name it. An advanced Ancient Global Civilization that is hidden right in front of our eyes.

Front Yard

Ultima Thule is the northernmost region of the habitable world as thought of by ancient geographers.  Northernmost Greenland is which is one of six places in the world with land at the 80-degree N latitude.  The other five are as follows:    Axel Heiberg Island and Ellesmere Island in Arctic Canada; the Svalbard Islands; and the Franz Josef and Severnaya Archipelagos in the Siberian Arctic waters.

Greenland and Circumpolar North

Station Nord is a Danish military and scientific station in northeastern Greenland where the alignment crosses.

Greenland Station Nord map

It is the second northernmost permanent settlement in the world, and the base of the Northeast Greenland National Park.  The station has about 35 buildings.

I selected this photo to share because of the earthwork feature below the buildings pictured.  Built by the military?  No, I don’t think so.  I think the earthwork was already there, and they just built on top of it.

Greenland - Station Nord 1

Why do I think this?  I do so because when I first started to really wake up to the sophisticated and geometric earthworks in the environment all around me that buildings were built on top of, or that were apparent in the landscape when I was living in Oklahoma,  I started noticing that things like energy-related storage facilities…

Cromlet Tank farm

….and tank farms were built on top of earthworks or flat-topped mounds.  I do not believe these are the result of modern engineering.  I believe the earthworks are from an ancient highly advanced engineering technology that has an energy component that I am sure certain people in the energy industry are well aware of.

Tank farm

This photo is of Thule Air Force Base, on the northwestern side of Greenland on a different planetary alignment.  There is an interesting flat-topped structure that juts into the water in the background…

Thule 2

…that looks remarkably similar to this flat-topped structure, which is Cutimbo in Peru, known for its stone towers at the top called Chullpas…

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…and this one, of many like it, in Arizona.

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Also in the area around Thule Air Force Base, you find these earthworks in the middle of the photo.  The stones in the left foreground look interesting to me, but not enough is shown for me to say much more than stones pictured have straight edges and corners:

Thule 1

Like I indicated, Station Nord is base of the Northeast Greenland National Park – the largest national park in the world, encompassing 375,000 square miles of northeastern Greenland.  It is set-up as a biosphere reserve.  The national park is shown in red on this map:

Greenland National Park map

I realized when I first starting cracking the code that covers all of this up, 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.

So for example, this photo taken in Greenland National Park shows pointed peaks, and a field with big so-called boulders in the field in the foreground…

Greenland National Park 1

…and here is another photo taken in Greenland National Park with an unusually pointed pyramidal stone feature.

Greenland National Park 3

Compared with these photos of Baffin Island’s Auyuittuq National Park, with its pointy pyramidal mountains, including Mt. Thor in the center…

Baffin Island 1

…as well as large boulder fields on Baffin Island.

Baffin Island Auyuittuq National Park

Just taking a moment before moving on to compare Mt. Thor on Baffin Island in the National Park, called the world’s steepest, tallest cliff, on the top, with the Matterhorn in the Alps straddling Switzerland and Italy  on the bottom:

Baffin Island - Mt. ThorMatterhorn

The alignment crosses this region through Peary Land, a peninsula within the Greenland National Park boundaries, which contains the most northerly ice-free region of the world.  This is Bronlund Fjord in Peary Land.

Greenland Peary land Bronlund Fjord

Peary Land is also the world’s northernmost land and tundra.  Tundra is defined as a level or rolling treeless plain characteristic of arctic and subantarctic regions, a permanently frozen subsoil, and its vegetation consists of lichens, mosses, herbs, and dwarf shrubs.  There’s another random cut and shaped rock in the foreground.

Greenland Peary Land northernmost tundra

Peary Land includes Cape Morris Jesup, which is the northernmost point of mainland Greenland, and 442 miles (or 711 kilometers) from the geographic North Pole.

Greenland map - Cape Morris Jesup

Robert Peary reached the cape in 1900, believing it to be the northernmost point of land in the world, but it lies slightly to the south of Kaffeklubben (Coffee Club) Island, the northernmost point of continental land on the earth.

Greenland - Kaffeklubben Island mapGreenland - Kaffeklubben Island

Before we head over the North Pole into Siberia, I have a couple of more things to add about Greenland.

Greenland - Russia map

The first is Hyperborea, a lost ancient land considered to have been in the general vicinity of Greenland.  It was a fabulous world of eternal spring located in the far north, beyond the home of the north wind.  Its people were giants, with blessed and long lives untouched by war, hard work, old age and disease. It is called a myth but I wonder about that.

Hyperborea map

The second thing I would like to bring forward is the Thule Society.  This was a German Occult Secret Society founded initially as a study group in Munich after World War I.  It was the organization that sponsored the German Workers Party, which became the Nazi Party under Hitler.  They believed there was a connection to the origins of the Aryan race with Hyperborea.  Regardless of whether or not there was a connection, the German occult beliefs and practices factor heavily into what has been happening on earth in its most recent history.  I will be going more into this particular issue in a new blog post very soon.

 Greenland Thule Society

I am saying there was actually a lot of historical interest in this landmass that we think of as a big freezer, and of little consequence in the history that we are taught about our timeline.

From here the alignment passes over, or close to, the geographic North Pole.  The North Pole is defined as where the Earth’s axis of rotation meets its surface, and is its northernmost point at 90 degrees North.

North Pole

The North Pole is in the middle of the Arctic Ocean on waters covered by drifting sea ice, and is not on a landmass.

North Pole marker

The alignment enters Siberia across the East Siberian Sea.  Siberia is historically a part of Russia, but is an extensive geographical region also known as North Asia.

East Siberian Sea map

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East Siberian Sea near Coast

While not directly on the alignment I am following, which originated in Merida, Mexico, and will end there, I am going to include words about Wrangel Island.

Wrangel Island map

Wrangel Island is in the Arctic Ocean between the East Siberian Sea and the Chukchi Sea.  It is administered by the Russian Federation, is a protected nature sanctuary, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

This perfectly curved and shaped shoreline is called Cape Blossom…

Wrangel Island - Shaped Shoreline

…compared with the Chesil Beach Causeway on Portland Island, off the coast of England.

Portland Island - Chesil Beach 1

 And this is Cape Litke on the eastern coast of Wrangel Island…

Wrangel Island - Cape Litke 2

…compared with a similar land feature in the Galapagos Islands on the top, and near Yalta on the Crimean Peninsula in the Black Sea on the bottom.

Galapagos 1Yalta 1

The at the time Soviet government established a settlement in 1926 on Wrangel Island called Ushakovskoye for displaced Chukchi and Russian families, totalling about 60 people.  This settlement was abandoned for all intents and purposes in 1994, which is a 68-year-period.

Compare the quality of what are called church ruins in Ushakovskoye, with its ornate design features, arched windows, and onion dome…

Wrangel Island - Church Remains

…with the quality of the abandoned residences of this settlement.

Wrangel Island - Abandoned residences Ushakovskoye

Moving back to the alignment, it goes through Pevek, Siberia, which is the northernmost city in Russia.

Pevek, Siberia map

Pevek is a port city and administrative center for a district of the Chukotka region.  In 2015, it was recorded as having a population of 4,721.  Notice what appears to be shaped harbors in this photo…

Pevek, Siberia 3

…and the boulder field next to the shoreline outside of town.

Pevek, Siberia

It was a gulag site during the 1940s and 1950s, where prisoners mined uranium.  I do think there is significance to the pyramidal shape in the background.

Pevek Gulag

These next two pictures were taken in the same general area around Pevek in the Chukotka Region when I searched for “Pevek gulag”.  Natural formations…or man-made?

Pevek - Gulag Chukotka District

Pevek - Gulag Chukotka District 2

So from this region of Siberia, the alignment crosses over the Koryak Range.  This is the second largest mountain range in Siberia.

Koryak Mountains map

The Koryak mountains are located south of the Anadyr River, and northeast of Kamchatka Peninsula.

Koryak Mountains

Two Rivers have their source in the Koryak Range.

One is the Mayn River.  It is one of the major tributaries of the Anadyr River.

This is the only picture I could find of the Mayn River.  I would like to point out that snaky, s-shaped rivers are a signature of the advanced Ancient Civilization worldwide.

Koryak Range - Mayn River

The other is the Velikaya River.  It flows north-eastward from the Koryak Range through the Anadyr Estruary into the Bering Sea at the Gulf of Anadyr.

Koryak Mountains - Velikaya River 1

 The alignment leaves Siberia at a place on my globe called Apuka on the coast.  But when I search for information about it, what is  coming up is a people called Apuka.

Apuka, Siberia

The Apuka are one of nine subdivisions of the Koryak people, an indigenous people of the Russian Far East.   They live primarily along the coast of the Bering Sea.

These are Koryak people from the region.

Koryak people in reindeer costume Ossora, Kamchatka, Russian Federation

In the next parts of the series I will be following the alignment across the islands of the Pacific Ocean.

 

What are Star Forts? – Video of Post at the End

How many of you know anything about Star Forts?

They are quite interesting, massive and beautiful, and found in many different styles all over the world.

Like these – in Fort Bourtange, Netherlands:

Fort Bourtange, Netherlands

…in Portugal:

Portugal Star Fort

…Hakodate, in Hokkaido, Japan:

Hakodate Star Fort

and in Palmanova, Italy…

Ericeira, Portugal

…which I think bears an intriguing similarity to this configuration at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland:

CERN

This is a great introductory video on the subject of star forts – it is only 6 minutes long:

What is a Star Fort? Hidden History on a Massive Scale. Undeniable

If you would like to have a more in-depth video, here is a link to the New Earth Video referenced by the narrator in the previous link (about 55 minutes long):

Star Forts or Ancient Power Stations, Star Forts from All Around the Globe, Documentary

I watched the “Star Forts or Ancient Power Stations” video by the New Earth Youtube channel in 2015.  This was my first introduction to the subject.  She really does a great job in bringing great information forth on this obscure topic.

This is Ft. Monroe in Virginia.

Ft. Monroe, VA

While Star Forts can be construed to be or look defensive in nature, this explanation does not fit when one really looks closely at the their configuration.  There is speculation from on-site evidence at different locations that there is a connection to energy generation in some way.  And star forts around the world have been covered up, utilized, or destroyed.

Here are some examples in the United States:

Ft. McHenry, Baltimore, MD pictured on the top; Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida Keys on the bottom left; and Castillo San Angelo, St. Augustine, Florida, on the bottom right.

 

Hey, and looky what’s underneath the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty
on the Battery of Manhattan in NYC:

Statue of Liberty

This information on Star Forts is relevant to my intuitive journey of un-covery.  I first saw the New Earth Star Fort video on Youtube at the end of 2015.

On January 1, 2016, I travelled to Heavener Runestone State Park, in Heavener, OK, with my travel friends.  I went there looking for ancient walls because I had seen a revealing video on Youtube, from someone who lives in that area.  He did a video on the Runestone State Park, and went to a place in the park where I saw the walls I showed you in an earlier post and in my video.  I wanted to see them for myself.

When I was there, I noted a recurring triangular shaped pattern in the stone-work around the edges of the site in the pictures below.  I thought at the time that it looked like it might be a star fort after having just seen that video.  I can’t confirm, but it could be.  Also, this location is approximately 20 – 25 miles from Queen Wilhelmina State Park in Arkansas, which is on the Talimena Ridge near Mena, Arkansas, where the Atlantean Blue Master Crystal of Knowledge is reputed to be, and is only  90 miles from Mt. Magazine where the Atlantean Emerald Master Crystal of Healing is reputed to be.

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What this awareness led me to directly, within a short period of time, like maybe a week, was an intuitive hit that I received when listening to a youtube video of a song by Will Ackerman called : “Climbing in Geometry.”  The gigantic land feature pictured here throughout the music video reminded me in shape of the triangular points of the star forts that I had recently become acquainted with, and those at Heavener.

Climbing in Geometry

So I googled “climbing in geometry” and this marks the very beginning of my cracking the code of how the ancient civilization is covered up by calling man-made structures natural features.  This link article is one of the first places I looked at:

Roped Up – Climbing at Carderock

What really got my attention in this blog post was his description of “…thoughtful moves on polished slabs….”  I might add that Carderock is near Great Falls in Maryland, and is the home of the Naval Sea Systems Command.  Power agencies are built on top of power sites, so this is a good indication of its importance on the planetary grid.  This is Jungle Cliff at Carderock.

Jungle Cliff

Anyway, I started googling rock-climbing sites, then rock formations by state and province, then state and national parks, and then more and more as I was getting good information back in return about the ancient civilization.

My research activities became more focused when I found the North American Star Tetrahedron, which would have been in February or March of 2016, and then I started looking specifically at the places on the alignments, and getting even more information about the similarities of everything, around the world.

There are so many things that went into all of the  information that I am sharing with you now.  One insight led to another, and another.  I also had the ability to visit many places in person, and I did so.  This helped me to understand what I was seeing.

 

 

 

 

 

Circle Alignments on the Planet – Merida Part 2 Grand Bahama Island to Akureyri, Iceland – With Video of Post at the End

Part 1 of this series following the Merida Circle alignment ended in Miami, Florida. This part will begin on the Grand Bahama Island.

Grand Bahama is the northernmost of the Bahama Islands, 52 miles (84 kilometers) off the coast from Palm Beach, Florida.

Grand Bahama Island Map

West End is the capital of Grand Bahama.

Grand Bahama - Map with West End

This is now part of the Marina here, but my belief is that this is an artificially shaped harbor of the advanced ancient civilization.  I have seen countless examples of this around the world.  It was a maritime civilization.  We have not been taught about it, so collectively we just assume harbors like this were constructed in recent times.  I am saying not so!

Grand Bahama Island - West End Marina

This is a picture of the shaped harbor, and what looks to be a canal, at Omis Beach in Croatia.

Town Omis, Croatia

And this is Male, the capital of the Maldives, located in the Arabian Sea of the Indian Ocean.  It sits on a major planetary alignment.  As you can see, there are protected, shaped harbors all around the island.

Maldives 2 - male

Before I move on to Freeport on the Grand Bahama Island, this is a picture of Deadman’s Reef on Bahama Beach at West End.  I take particular notice of the presence of the block-shaped rocks here, which I believe are ancient masonry.

Grand Bahama -Bahama Beach - Deadman's Reef West End

Same thing here at the Gold Rock Beach of Lucayan National Park, a 40-acre park on the southern shore of Grand Bahama Island near Freetown.

Strand im Lucayan Nationalpark auf der karibischen Insel Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Lucayan National Park has one of the longest charted underwater cave systems in the world.

Grand Bahama - Lucayan National Park

Freeport is the main city of Grand Bahama, which besides and airport, has a commercial ship harbor.

I believe the same thing about this harbor that I believe about the one at West End – that it was artificially created by the Ancient Advanced Civilization, and not in modern times:

Grand Bahama Island - Freeport Harbor

Here are more pictures of the coast and beaches on the Grand Bahama Island near Freetown to give you a feel for exactly how rocky it is:

We are taught to believe sights like this are of natural rock formations.  Compare with these photos from the previous post, with this one with big block-y rocks on the beach from Key West…

Key West, FL - Beach Boulders

…and this one from Tulum on the Yucatan Peninsula Coast also with block-y rocks  with a lot of straight edges.

Merida, Mexico - Tulum Ruins 1

Grand Bahama Island also has a canal system.

Here is the view from Casuarina Bridge of the Grand Lucayan Waterway.

Grand Bahama Island - Casuarina Bridge

This is a picture of the south inlet of the Grand Lucayan Waterway on the coast at Lucaya, near Freetown…

Grand Bahama - Grand Lucayan Waterway South Inlet Lucaya

…and for comparison this is Venice, Florida, on the opposite side of Florida on the Gulf of Mexico.

Venice, FL 1

Also for comparison, an aerial view of the canal system on Grand Bahama Island…

Grand Bahama Island 3

…compared with views of Venice, Florida.

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On to Bermuda, where the alignment crosses through the capital of the British Overseas Territory, Hamilton:

Hamilton, Bermuda map

This is a picture of the Bermuda Parliament building on the left, and a view taken  of  Santa Cruz de Tenerife, showing a similarity of tower construction, arches and window design in both locations on different sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

This map shows the location of the Royal Navy dockyards in Bermuda.

Hamilton, Bermuda - Royal navy dockyard map

We are told it was built by the British Royal Navy in 1795.  It was once home to Britain’s largest naval base outside of the United Kingdom until it closed permanently as a naval base in 1995.

Hamilton, Bermuda - Royal Navy dockyard 1

Now it is the home of the Clocktower Mall, hosting a variety of shops, boutiques and restaurants.  So these 200-plus-year-old buildings must be in extraordinarily good condition to still be in use today!

Hamilton, Bermuda - Clocktower Mall 1Hamilton, Bermuda - Clocktower Mall 2

Modern-use department stores with clock towers is not unique in the world.  The Wako Department Store building in the Ginza Shopping District of Tokyo has a clock tower and heavy masonry…

Hamilton, Bermuda - Ginza Tokyo Clock Tower Wako department store

…and a version of that street-corner lay-out design I keep seeing, like the original Miami Herald Building on the left, and the historic Alberta Hotel in Edmonton, Alberta.

Another notable clock-tower mall is in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.  This complex is called the Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel, and includes a 5-story shopping mall in addition to hotel and residential rooms, and has many other uses as well.

Hamilton, Bermuda - Mecca Clocktower Mall

Compare the overall look of the Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel with this historic hotel, the Mincks-Adams Building in Tulsa, Oklahoma, you know the – “Oklahoma! Where the wind comes sweeping down the plain, and the wavin’ wheat can sure smell sweet when the wind comes right behind the rain” Oklahoma has historic, beautifully ornate architecture like this.

Just digressing for a  moment.   It is interesting what you find when you start looking at this stuff.  I think very telling also, as I believe one in the same civilization were the original builders, and now all of these are falsely attributed to other builders.  All of these places are on the planetary grid lines.  For more about Oklahoma, see the “How I Found the Silk Road – Part 6 Santa Rosalia to Montreal” post, and Saudi Arabia will be in the next Circle Alignment series involving Amsterdam Island.

This is the Hotel Hamilton, said to have been built in 1851, and destroyed by fire in 1955.  Notice anything unusual about the size, and design features, for example of this hotel building that said to have been built as a hotel in the 1850s?  To me, it looks more palatial than hotel-like.  And how did they build something like this in the 1850s without modern equipment  (that goes for whole lot of other buildings as well) in the timeline we have been given?

Before leaving Bermuda, let’s take a look at Fort Hamilton in Hamilton. It is situated above the city of Bermuda, and is said to have been built in 1870.  It looks to be in the shape of a pentagram.  Quite possibly a star fort.

Hamilton, Bermuda - Ft. Hamilton aerial

Interestingly they have cannon on platforms at only three of the 5 main points of the fort’s pentagram shape…

…resting upon what looks to be a more recent concrete platform…

Hamilton, Bermuda - Fort Hamilton 5

 …and nothing in two of the five points.

Hamilton, Bermuda - Ft. Hamilton aerial A

The fort has beautiful colonnades, seemingly holding up air, and a nice wall in the background about the same height. Don’t know if the area used to be enclosed or not, but sure looks like it could have been!

Hamilton, Bermuda - Fort Hamilton 1

From Bermuda, the alignment goes through Hekla Volcano in Iceland.

Hekla, Iceland Map

Hekla is a stratovolcano that is one of the most active in Iceland. It is a legendary gate of hell in medieval literature.  This alignment will go through other volcanoes and volcanic regions as we follow it.  I have found that these alignments approximate the edges of tectonic plates, as evidenced by volcanic and earthquake activity. I frequently recognize place names when I hear of such activity now.

Hekla, Iceland - Volcano

Over 20 eruptions have occurred since 840 AD.  It was last active from February 26th to March 8th, 2000.

Hekla, Iceland - Volcano 2

Next the alignment goes through Akureyri, Iceland.

Akureyri, Iceland map

Akureyri is in northern Iceland, and Iceland’s second largest urban area.  These days, it is an important port and fishing area.  It has an ice-free harbor, and relatively mild climate.  This is the historic city center of Akureyri.

Akureyri, Iceland 1

The world’s most northerly 18th-hole golf course is located in Akureyri.  I believe golf courses are involved in the cover-up mound sites. See my post “A Word about Golf Courses” for how and why I came to this conclusion.

Akureyri - Northernmost Golf Course

This is the Lutheran Church of Akureyri.  What I find most of interest, besides the twin towers, is the stair-stepped, mound shape it sits on.

Akureyri - Church of Akureyri

For comparison of similarity somewhat in appearance, this is an aerial photo of Cahokia mounds outside of St. Louis, Missouri.

St. Louis - Cahokia Mounds

This spot in the region of Akureyri is called Dimmuborgir.  It is described as various rock formations and volcanic caves reminiscent of an ancient collapsed  citadel.  Hmmm.

At any rate, what this particular picture reminded me of is this picture from the Garden of the Gods in Colorado…

Garden of the Gods 5

…and this one from Amaru Muru near Lake Titicaca in Peru.

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The last photo I would like to share with you is of the Godafoss waterfalls near Akureyri.  It is considered one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland.    It is also a reminder that I have found waterfalls all along the way of, and I believe  important constructions of,  the planetary grid system.

Akureyri, Iceland
Akureyri, Iceland

In the next part of this series, we will be picking up this circle alignment going across the far northeast tip of Greenland, over the north pole region, and following it into Siberia, as we work our way back around to Merida.

Greenland and Circumpolar North