Circle Alignments on the Planet Amsterdam Island – Part 11 Brisbane, Australia to Amsterdam Island

This will be the last part of this series tracking the circle alignment that starts, and ends, on Amsterdam Island in the South Indian Ocean.

So far on this alignment, we have journeyed through Mauritius and the Seychelles, Somalia, the Gulf of Aden, Yemen, the United Arab Emirates, the Strait of Hormuz, Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, back through China again, North Korea, Japan, the Bonin Islands, the Northern Marianas Islands, the island of Pohnpei in the Caroline Islands, and the Solomon Islands.

Brisbane is the capital of Queensland in Australia, and its largest city.

The metropolitan area of Brisbane is in the Brisbane River Valley, and goes from Moreton Bay on the coast…

…to the Great Dividing Range, called the third largest mountain range in the world. I will be coming back to take a closer look at the Great Dividing Range because it is on this alignment as well.

Brisbane is situated on the Brisbane River…

…compared with a historic photo of the Red River in the city of Winnipeg in the Canadian Province of Manitoba, on a different alignment. I am seeing and saying that snaky, s-shaped rivers are a signature feature of the ancient advanced civilization.

Here’s another one of Brisbane on a bend of the Brisbane River…

…compared with this river bend of the Yangtze River in China.

Brisbane Central Business District is said to have been built on the location of a historic European settlement, located inside a peninsula of the Brisbane River, nine miles from the mouth of Moreton Bay. Brisbane is said to be one of the oldest cities in Australia, and founded on ancient indigenous lands in 1825. Here are some historic photos of Brisbane, 100 years later circa 1925 and 1926:

The Great Fire of Brisbane took place in 1864, thirty-nine years after what we are told was the year of the founding of the city. It burned out of control in the city’s Central Business District for several hours, destroying several blocks of businesses and homes.

The Great Flood of Brisbane took place in 1893, sixty-eight years after the city was established. As a result of eight days and twenty inches of rain, the Brisbane River rose almost 24 feet. In addition to the floodwaters sweeping away two bridges, the city itself was severely flooded. Most importantly to note, the grand architecture with heavy masonry, cupolas, huge arches and huge columns in these historic flood photos is said to have been built in less than 70 years, according to the historical, narrative we have been given.

While not really known to the general public, there are ten registered pyramids in the Australian State of Queensland, of which Brisbane is capital.

I would like to point out two of the best known ones.

The first is the Gympie Pyramid, in Gympie, Australia, which is just a short distance north of Brisbane.

The Gympie Pyramid is described as a terraced sandstone hill. It is on private land and not open to the public.

The other one is called the Ballandean Pyramid, on private property but viewable from the road, in the village of Ballandean in Queensland. This one is openly acknowledged to be man-made, however, it is said to have been in modern times when the land-owner paid someone to do something with the surplus granite rocks that had been excavated for the land’s agricultural use.

Then we are told not to confuse the above pyramid with what are called natural granite rock formations called “The Pyramids” in nearby Girraween National Park…

…in which there are examples of balanced rocks like these in

…likenesses of which are found all over the world, at places like Elephant Rocks State Park in Southeast Missouri…

…and Matopos Hills National Park in the African country of Zimbabwe.

One more thing to point out before I leaving Brisbane. Something tells me I could stay here for the whole post and come up with a lot more to share.

Brisbane is the gateway to Australia’s Gold Coast. It is a popular vacation resort, and has a lot of theme parks. It also has approximately 400 km, or 249 miles, of canals, about which I did not know until I looked just now….

…compared with an aerial photo of Las Olas Isles in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Now, by not being given any other explanation, we just assume all these canals were built relatively recently.

What I am finding, as I follow the planetary alignments, are canal systems of similar sophisticated engineering all over the world in places that I would not expect to find them!

For example, in places like Quorgonteppa, Tajikistan, which is close to Tajikistan’s border with Afghanistan.

So continuing on the alignment, back to the Great Dividing Range, also known as the Great Divide, or the Eastern Highlands, pretty much parallels the east coast of Australia for about 2,300 miles (or 3,700 kilometers.

It is described as a series of plateaus and low mountain ranges.

This feature of the Blue Mountains in the Great Dividing Range called the Three Sisters.

…which immediately brought to mind this feature, which is found at Agattu Island, at the far western end of the Aleutian Island chain.

The Wentworth Falls are in the Blue Mountains of the Great Dividing Range as well…

…and brought to mind Slap Sopot, a waterfall in Istria, which is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea, and shared by Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia.

Next on the alignment we come to Dubbo, the largest city in the Orana region in the Australian State of New South Wales. It is located on the Macquarie River, and is the crossroads where three highways intersect.

This is the Old Dubbo Post Office, said to have been built in 1887…

…compared with the Moorish Clocktower, or Torre Morisca, in Guayaquil, Ecuador…

This is the courthouse in Dubbo, said to have been commissioned in 1884 and completed in 1887. It looks like courthouses and government buildings from all over the world said to have been built in this time period.

This is the Band Rotunda in Dubbo…

…compared with what is called the Moorish Kiosk in Hermosillo, Mexico, which is on a different alignment.

Next, the alignment crosses over the Murray River, Australia’s longest river, and forms the border between the Australian states of New South Wales, and Victoria.

It is another example of the many S-shaped rivers that I have found all over the world…

Here is one of the land-forms on the river’s edge…

…compared for similar attributes with Merrick Butte in Northern Arizona’s Monument Valley near the Utah State Line.

So the alignment crosses the Murray River and passes through Geelong in the State of Victoria, a port city on the Corio Bay, which is a bay off of the larger Port Phillip Bay.

This historic building was called the Geelong Exhibit Building and Market Square Clock Tower. The Clock Tower was demolished in 1923, and the remaining buildings were demolished in the early 1980s to make room for a new shopping center.

Here is a historic photo of the Old Geelong Post Office said to have been built between 1890 and 1891…

…which has actually survived to the present day. The building is intact, but I wonder what those interesting looking towers were for, in front of the older picture of the building, that are no longer there.

Next on the alignment we come to Portland, the oldest European settlement in New South Wales, and is the main city in the Shire of Glenelg on Portland Bay. It is the only deep seaport between Adelaide and Melbourne.

There is also a belt of active volcanoes in Victoria State that runs between Portland and Geelong, with one close to Portland itself. I have found a high correlation between these planetary alignments and the occurrence of volcanoes.

Here is a picture of a historic hotel in Portland in Victoria State…

…compared with what is called a colorful colonial building on Long Street in Cape Town, South Africa…

…and with this building in the historic French Quarter of the city of New Orleans in Louisiana.

So from Portland, we enter the South Indian Ocean and, travelling 8,044 miles or 12,946 kilometers, over open ocean, we return to the place where this circle alignment started – Amsterdam Island…

…a tiny speck of land in the South Indian Ocean, where the French government of Amsterdam Island mans only a seasonal research station…

…that studies the geomagnetism of the earth, as well as biology and weather. This is a photograph taken at Amsterdam Island of a phenomenon called Lee Waves, which are atmospheric stationary waves.

The next series will be about a circle alignment that starts and ends in Algiers, Algeria.

Author: Michelle Gibson

I firmly believe there would be no mysteries in history if we had been told the true history. I intend to provide compelling evidence to support this. I have been fascinated by megaliths most of my life, and my journey has led me to uncovering the key to the truth. I found a star tetrahedron on the North American continent by connecting the dots of major cities, and extended the lines out. Then I wrote down the cities that lined lined up primarily in circular fashion, and got an amazing tour of the world of places I had never heard of with remarkable similarities across countries. This whole process, and other pieces of the puzzle that fell into place, brought up information that needs to be brought back into collective awareness.

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