Midnight Science (2011-2013), Volume 5, Paper 8
Paper Submitted: 28th Sept 2011 paper, Published (Preview Mode): 28th Sept 2011
Last Update: 3oth Dec 2012
Author: Derek Cunningham
The recent decoding of the Giza Pyramid earth star map (2,19) has been followed by the rapid discovery of numerous megalithic sites, and underwater cities. In this study eight sites located near the center of drawn map are now analyzed. At each of the eight sites, a single line geoglyph is discovered: all exhibit the same alignment angle as the central half-sidereal month line that runs from Canada to the tip of South Africa.
The Giza Pyramid earth star map (2,8,12,17,19) was first discovered by combining several features present at several separate archaeological sites, see The Long Journey: 400,000 Years of Stone Age Science.
Recent studies of the map has now revealed that at each 90 degree of longitude the earth is apparently marked with large megalithic sites, or ancient important cities (19,21,22). This has led to the recent hypothesis that perhaps an ancient civilization located sites along a pattern that replicates an X-shaped cross. To further test this hypothesis a study is now undertaken of the historically complex region of the Mediterranean that is located at the center of the proposed cross.
The earth/star map with “proposed X” is drawn with longitude lines defined by the Giza Pyramids. The site codes added are defined by the cross-points created using the ecliptic, celestial equator, and major lines of longitude defined by the Great Pyramids.
A preliminary analysis of the regions near the center of the X reveal the presence of eight identical “Single Line Geoglyphs” that replicate the previously found “Single Line Geoglyph” in western Iraq (20). The Iraq Single Line Geoglyph site was first discovered using the Lascaux Pleaides Bull cave painting (20). The eight “Single Line Geoglyphs” sites are;
Site 1: The Iraq Single Line Geoglyph
The Iraq Single Line Geoglyph, at Latitude 33.1, Longitude 39.1, occurs on the primary arm of the Atlantis Cross between the Blackwater Geoglyph Field in Canada, and Tianhuanaco in Bolivia.
Site 2: Central Algeria (Located at Region “ε” on world map)
The point drawn by the Celestial equator crossing over Ecliptic in Algeria occurs in a very remote area of the country. The closest line to the cross-over point is at Latitude 29.2 Longitude 4.0. The closest towns are El Golea (180 km to the northwest, Brodj Omar Driss 310 km to the southeast and Haisi Messaoud 345 km to the northeast.
Site 3: Sirte, Libya (Located at Region H on world map) at Latitude 30.6, Longitude 16.8
Site 4: 320 km NW of Eoj Wahs, Libya. Located on Atlantis Cross Nazca-Irkutsk Line at Latitude 23.7, Longitude 17.2
Site 5: Kalleh Padeh, Iran. Located on Atlantis Cross Nazca-Blackwater Line, at Latitude 29.25, Longitude 60.25
The geoglyph at this location runs between the towns of Kalleh Padeh, Dumak and Shuru at Latitude 29.25, Longitude 60.25. In contrast to the North African region where many geoglyphs can sometimes be observed, Iran is largely devoid of large geoglyphs with the line located at Kalleh Padeh being the only line visible.
Site 6: Herat Afghanistan. Located at Region I on world map
South of Herat Gurian and are three prominent lines. The first occurs at Lat/long. 34.15, 62.43, under the settlements of Karez-i-Sultan and Todeh, the second at Lat/Long. 34.1, 61.9 close to the settlement of Akhund Zada. A third line at Lat/Long 34.2, 61.5. Of the various sites studied these geoglyphs are the ones at greatest risk, with two nearby towns that may ultimately encroach onto and over the geoglyphs.
Site 7: Urganch, Uzbekistan Located on Atlantis Cross Nazca-Irkutsk Line, at Latitude 40, Longitude 61.3
Site 8: Utep, Located at Region 7 on world map, at Latitude 48.7, Longitude 62
The presence of eight simple geoglyphs, at the central region of the drawn X suggests that at the time of construction (believed to be 14,000 years ago major cities were only only constructed at the low lying coastal regions, which are now underwater. At the then colder higher altitudes a “simple” line 10 to 20 km in length sufficed.
The Northern African region contains the highest density of lines, and in some regions more than one set of lines is observed. The reason for this is uncertain. At other regions the lines are local with no surrounding lines visible. This suggests that northern Africa (where the pattern density is the highest) might be the best location to search for the civilization that created the pattern.
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