In the last post, I tracked the circle alignment originating in Algiers, Algeria, through the Yorkshire Dales National Park; Leeds, a large urban area in West Yorkshire; Sheffield, in South Yorkshire; and Nottingham, a city in the East Midlands of England.
I am starting this post in Derby – pronounced Dar-bee – also in the East Midlands, and situated on the River Derwent. While not directly on the alignment, it is close to it.
One of the reasons I want to include it here is that it is in the center of England.
The Derwent Valley Mills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site considered the birthplace of the factory system and the core of the Industrial Revolution, runs along the River Derwent…
…from the Masson Mill, a cotton-spinning mill at Matlock Bath…
…not far from Matlock Bath is Cromford Mill, the home of the world’s first water-powered cotton spinning mill – check out that nice waterfall and ancient masonry in the foreground…
…to Lombe’s Mill in the City Center of Derby, considered to be the world’s first fully-mechanized mill. A silk-throwing mill, it was said to have been built in 1717 on an isiand in the River Derwent…
…and looks similar to the Thwaite Mill further north on this alignment in Leeds, England, also said to be on an island. Are they on artificial islands, with all that masonry underneath the mills? More architecture on some artificial islands later in this post.
I am going to head back to Matlock Bath for just a moment as something interesting caught my eye, a place there called the Heights of Abraham on top of Masson Hill. It is said to be named that for a resemblance to…
…the Plains, or Heights, of Abraham in Quebec, where the Battle of Quebec, early in the American Revolutionary War, was fought between British and American forces in 1775. Interesting connection. Could be related to something completely different.
The Heights of Abraham in Matlock Bath are accessed by a steep hiking trail, or cable car, and has two caverns – the Great Masson Cavern pictured here, and the Great Rutland Cavern. They were both mined for lead ore and fluorspar up through the 1700s.
While there is much more to find just in Matlock Bath, I will stay on track and return to Derby.
The Railway Technical Center is in Derby, the technical headquarters of British Rail, and is considered the largest railway research complex in the world.
Derby is a center for advanced transport manufacturing, and is home to the world’s second largest manufacturer of engines for airplanes. Rolls-Royce is a global aerospace, defense, energy, and marine company, with its civil aerospace and nuclear divisions in Derby.
This is a map of Rolls-Royce facilities in Derby, and includes a Moor Lane. The memory of the people is retained in the name.
Bombardier Transportation in Derby, the rail equipment division of the Canadian company Bombadier, was for many years the United Kingdom’s only train manufacturer.
Talk about being in the center of things! Derby sure seems to be a major transportation center!
This is an aerial view of the Bolsovar Castle in Derbyshire…
It is said to have been built in the early 17th-century by the Cavendish family on the site of a medieval castle founded in the 12th-century by the Peverel family…
…compared with the San Lorenzo de El Escorial near Madrid in Spain.
Next on the alignment we come to London, the capital and largest city of England.
…situated on the snaky, S-shaped River Thames at the head of the 50-mile Thames Estuary leading to the North Sea.
…like the snaky, S-shaped Ouachita River in Monroe, Louisiana…
…and the snaky, S-shaped river at the historical location of Xanadu in Inner Mongolia.
St. Paul’s Cathedral dominates the London skyline.
St. Paul’s is an Anglican Cathedral, and the Mother Church of the Diocese of London, said to have been built by Sir Christopher Wren, starting after the Great Fire of London in 1666, and completed in 1697.
The size of the dome prompted me to look at the U.S. Capitol building, said to have been completed in 1800, in Washington, DC, for comparison.
This is Cleopatra’s Needle in London. It is one of three of the same name that we are told were transported from Egypt – the others are in Paris and New York City. It is said to weigh 240 tons, or 480,000 lbs. In metric terms that would be 218 metric tons, or 218,000, kilograms.
It was said to have been given to the government of the United Kingdom in 1819 by the ruler of Egypt and Sudan, Muhammad Ali, to commemorate the British victories in the Battle of the Nile (1798) and the Battle of Alexandria (1801). The gift was initially declined because expense of shipping it to England.
In 1877, one version of the story about how it got here says that Sir William James Erasmus Wilson …a distinguished anatomist, who paid 10,000 pounds for the shipping of it…
…a distinguished anatomist, who paid 10,000 pounds for the shipping of it…
…and I found another version of the story saying the British public raised 15,000 pounds to have it shipped in 1877.
At any rate, It was said to have been dug out of the sand where it had been buried for 2,000 years, and a shipping container was made for it specifically – a 92-foot (28-meter) long and 16-foot wide (4.9-meter) iron cylinder which was pulled by tugboat.
It eventually made its way to London where it was re-erected on the banks of the River Thames.
What is harder to believe – obelisks weighing over 200 tons could be shipped via ocean transport to other countries, or, that they were already there?
On the left is the Victoria Tower in the Westminster Palace complex in London, the building of which is said to have been completed in 1860, and on the right is the Plummer Building of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, said to have opened in 1928.
In the Victoria Tower Gardens, we find the Buxton Memorial Fountain on the left, compared with the top of the Plummer Building.
Leaving London, and still on the circle alignment, we come to the city of Maidstone in Kent, the home of Leeds Castle, with a construction start date of 1119. It is described as being built on islands in a lake.
For a comparison study of similarities, here is an aerial of Matsumoto Castle in Nagano, Japan, found on a different planetary alignment, construction of which is said to date back to the early 1500s.
While obviously the design of Leeds Castle is European and Matsumoto Castle is Asian, I am struck by the similarity of the lay-out of the castles on artificial islands in a lake…
…and by the construction similarities in both places illustrated here.
So, these shared characteristics happened randomly in time and space across the world from each other…or an western and eastern version of the same civilization of Master Builders utilizing shared templates.
Next on the alignment we come to Dover, a town and major ferry port in Kent in the south east England, on the English Channel’s Strait of Dover, with Calais, France on the other side of the Strait of Dover.
Dover is famous for its chalk, streaked with black flint, cliffs…
When you look up close, there are some interesting finds, like what looks like masonry with all those linear shapes in this photo…
…and structures built into the cliffs like this one here.
The Port of Dover, in the Strait of Dover, is in the busiest shipping lanes in the world…
…with features similar to harbors around the world, like what you see on Male in the Maldives in the Indian Ocean…
..at Chichi-Jima in the Bonin Islands of Japan…
…and the harbor at Funchal on the island of Madeira in the north Atlantic Ocean, southwest of Portugal.
Next on the alignment, we cross the English Channel, a narrow arm of the Atlantic Ocean which separates England and France. It joins the North Sea at the Strait of Dover.
The world’s largest off-share wind farm is in the English Channel, off the coast of Kent, with 100 turbines covering an area of 13.5 square miles, or 35 square kilometers.
I have found so-called wind turbines all over these planetary alignments, and do not believe they are powered by wind. The ones I have personally observed in the States go at the same speed regardless of whether or not the wind is blowing. I believe they are harvesting ancient energy technology, unbeknownst to the general public.
The Channel Tunnel is close enough to be considered on the alignment.
The Channel Tunnel, nicknamed the Chunnel, is a rail tunnel linking Folkstone, near Dover, in Kent, with Coquelles, near Calais, in France. Construction was started in 1988…was the tunnel already there perhaps?
…and opened in 1994.
…and opened in 1994.
In summary, what I am seeing and saying is that there is a remarkable similarity of architecture and infrastructure world-wide in very different places, and we have been given no other explanation for how this came into existence other than what we are taught.
I see another explanation – an ancient, advanced Moorish (which also would have been Kemetic civilization) that was completely geometrically aligned on a Flower of LIfe Pattern with itself, the earth, and the stars, that has been removed from our awareness. Khem was an ancient name for Egypt, but not at all limited to what we know as Egypt or Egyptian.
I will end this post here, and pick up the alignment in Calais, France.