The circle alignment emanating from Algiers, Algeria enters North America in Louisiana, after it crosses over the Gulf of Mexico from Merida, Mexico. It continues through the Heart of the Empire Washitaw – also known as the Ancient Ones, and the Mound Builders – in Louisiana and Arkansas, and the on through the State of Missouri, passing directly through Springfield.
Next the alignment passes through Des Moines, the capital and largest city of Iowa.
It was incorporated in 1851 as Fort Des Moines. The story we are told about the fort itself is that it was built by the Army in 1843.
Check out the magnetism pattern showing up in the bricks!
The stated reason for having a fort in Des Moines was to control the Sauk, an Algonquin language-speaking people of the Green Bay, Wisconsin area and the Meskwaki. closely related to the Sauk, known as the Fox, and also Algonquin language speakers. Their homelands were in the Great Lakes region. Both the Sauk and Meskwaki had been relocated from the homelands to eastern Iowa.
The Fort was said to have been built where the Raccoon River and Des Moines River meet…
…which has the same appearance as where the Mississippi River and Missouri river meet near St. Louis in Missouri…
…and where the Blue Nile and White Nile meet at Khartoum in the Sudan.
With striking similarities such as these, I am thinking all of these river systems, and a high likelihood all river systems, are actually man-made canal systems.
I did a search for Des Moines canal system to see what popped up, and I found the Des Moines Rapids Canal in Keokuk, Iowa, southeast of Des Moines. This canal is located on the Mississippi River, which serves as Iowa’s shared border with Illinois.
The construction of the 12-mile-long Des Moines Rapids Canal was said to have started in 1866, one year after the end of the American Civil War, and completed in 1877. Then it is said to have been in use for only 36 years, closing in 1913. Does any of this make sense with the amount of effort and expertise that would be needed to construct a massive engineering project like what is pictured here? And right after the Civil War?
Fort Madison, Iowa is just a short-distance up the Mississippi River from Keokuk. Here is a historic bank building in Fort Madison…
…compared with a historic building in Kherson, a city in the Ukraine.
And a wall of the Iowa State Penitentiary at Fort Madison…
…compared with this wall of the Cardiff Castle in Wales.
This is said to be the original fortification on the grounds of Cardiff Castle, which is said to have been built in the late 11th Century, after the Norman Conquest by William the Conqueror in 1066. It is what is called a motte-and-bailey castle, but looks suspiciously like a mound to me.
For comparison, this is Silbury Hill, called a prehistoric artificial chalk hill in Wiltshire. It is part of a complex of Neolithic monuments, and located a short driving distance from the Avebury Stone Circle. It is considered the largest man-made structure in Europe, believed to date back to 2,400 BC…
…and a popular place for crop circles…
…and other geometric shapes to appear.
Back to Des Moines. This is a historic photo of the Des Moines Post Office, circa 1850.
A mere 21 years later, in 1871 according to what we are told, this U.S. Circuit Court Building was already in operation. So how did we go from a relatively crude wooden structure like the post office, to this gigantic building? And only six years after the end of the American Civil War?
Same thing with the amazingly ornate and huge Iowa State Capitol Building, said to have been built between 1871 and 1886, in stark contrast to the much smaller wooden structures in the foreground. How did we go from Point A to Point Z in less than 40 years, according to the history we have been taught?
Immediately upon leaving Des Moines, the alignment passes through Ames, the flagship campus of Iowa State University.
This is the massive Beardshear Hall, a massive administrative building on the campus, said to have been built in 1906. Again, we are taught by historical omission not to question what it would have taken to build something like this during the time we are told it was, and to just trust that the information is factual and correct. Nothing to see here, right?
The next major city on the alignment is Rochester, founded in 1854, and the county seat of Olmstead County. It is the third-largest city in Minnesota…
…and situated on the Zumbro River, on another snaky, S-shaped riverbend.
The prestigious Mayo Clinic is in Rochester. This is a close-up of the tower of the Mayo Clinic’s Plummer Building, said to have opened in 1928 and is a National Historic Landmark.
Here’s a view of the Plummer Building from a different angle…
…compared with the Giralda Bell Tower in Seville, one of the capitals of Moorish Spain, said to have been completed in 1198…
…and the Moorish Tower in San Martin Teruel, Spain, said to have been built in 1316.
From Rochester, the alignment crosses through Menomonie, the county seat of Dunn County in the western part of Wisconsin.
The Menominee Nation of Wisconsin, an Algonquin-speaking people, is the only one in Wisconsin whose origin-story says they have always lived in Wisconsin. Their ancestral lands also include the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
The Menominee Nation lost federal recognition in the 1960s, we are told due to a policy of assimilation, but they had federal recognition restored by an Act of Congress in 1972.
We are taught that the indigenous people of this land were uncivilized tribes of hunter-gatherers.
This is painting by an artist named Paul Kane, who died in 1871, called “Fishing by Torchlight,” of the Menominee spearfishing at night by torchlight and canoe on the Fox River.
So let’s take a look at the architecture of this city with the name of Menominee.
Who were they, really?
This is the Mabel Tainter Memorial Theater in Menomonie, Wisconsin, said to have been built in 1889 by Andrew and Bertha Tainter as a memorial for their daughter Mabel who passed away from a ruptured appendix in 1886.
This is what the Mabel Tainter Theater looks like inside…
…compared with the Alhambra in Granada, Spain.
This a tower in the city of Menominie, Wisconsin…
…compared with tower of the Signoria in Florence, Italy…
…and the tower of the Great Mosque of El Obeid in Sudan. For being on completely different continents, these three towers are remarkably similar in design.
I noticed there were cedar trees on Lake Menomin…
…just like there were back in Algeria on this circle alignment, like these in Chrea National Park in the Atlas Mountains.
So I looked up cedars in Wisconsin, and found the Red Cedar State Trail is in Menominie. It is described as a 15-mile long trail with a crushed limestone that is smoother than some paved surfaces When I looked up images, I found this photo with an ancient wall parallel to the trail. We have only been taught to believe what are called rock formations are natural.
More evidence that this is the case is found at the next place in Wisconsin that we come to on the alignment, the Apostle Islands.
The Apostle Island National Lakeshore on Lake Superior is comprised of twelve-miles of mainland shore and twenty-one islands. It is described as having spectacular nature-carved rock formations…
…and eight lighthouses. Here is one example of the lighthouses found here…
…and another example of one of them.
For comparison, there a place of the shore of Port Campbell in the Victoria State of Australia called “The Twelve Apostles.”
They are described as a collection of limestone stacks from the Miocene Age, which was between 23 and 2.5 million years ago.
This is the Cape Otway Lighthouse on the Victoria coast near the Twelve Apostles. It is said to be the oldest remaining lighthouse in Australia.
The Ancient Advanced Civilization that has been removed from our collective memory was a Maritime Civilization of Master Builders, as comfortable on the water as on land.
I am going to end this post here, and pick up the circle alignment in Grand Portage, in Minnesota on Lake Superior near the Canadian border in northwestern Ontario.