by Bethe Hagens
Over the last year and six months, we’ve received literally hundreds of letters from researchers all over the globe — who are seeking a comprehensive explanation for a continuum of phenomena and events which traditional science emotionally rejects as “impossible,” “hallucinatory,” and/or “unquantifiable.”
Yet the events continue to be catalogued, with many reports suppressed or labeled “fraud” by orthodox scientists. Worldwide networks of questioning theorists persist and grow with each report. We will try to mention as many of our correspondents as we can within the text of this article. Several contributors, listed at the end, have truly transformed our view of this work.
By the 15th century, Leonardo da Vinci and the multi-disciplined geniuses of the Renaissance had rediscovered the lost scientific principles of pre-Christian Greece and Rome, and had invented the “view point” of the individual within their perspective drawing and painting systems.
Paintings and public murals now began to put the individual at the center of a “world view” which, for the first time in centuries, conveyed the notion that through individual effort and analysis, the person — the viewer — could come to order and “control” the often hostile natural environment.
What may make the proposition even more fascinating is the parallel analogy that — just as the driving force behind the creative energies of the Renaissance was the rediscovery of Greco-Roman science/philosophy; so with our planetary grid theorists, the driving force behind most research efforts is the continuing flow of evidence, both physical and metaphysical, that the existence of Pre-Egyptian civilizations — some with highly advanced technologies — is now no longer speculative, but a necessary assumption for developing any comprehensive archaeological treatise.’
We believe that the planetary grid is an ancient model that brings control through comprehensive understanding and not through detached myopic analysis/manipulation.
The contemporary video artist/philosopher Dan Winter expresses the idea beautifully.
Planetary Grid Researchers: Prehistoric to Present
The oldest evidence of possible planetary grid research rests within the Ashmolean Museum of Oxford, England. On exhibit are several hand-sized stones of such true geometric proportion and precise carving that they startle the casual viewer.
Keith Critchlow, in his book Time Stands Still, gives convincing evidence linking these leather-thonged stone models (see illustration #1) to the Neolithic peoples of Britain — with a conservative date of construction at least 1000 years (ca. 1400 B.C.) before Plato described his five Platonic solids in the Timaeus.
suggest a life of creative intellectual synthesis for the Neolithic craftsmen
who crafted and
“wrapped” them with leather thongs.
And yet, here they are — the octahedron, icosahedron, dodecahedron, tetrahedron, and cube all arrayed for comparison and analysis. Other multi-disciplined archaeological researchers like Jeffrey Goodman 3 and A.M. Davie 4 have dated the stone polyhedra to as early as 20,000 B.C. and believe they were used as projectiles or “bolas” in hunting and warfare.
Davie has seen similar stones in northern Scotland which he attributes to the early art of “finishing the form” of crystalline volcanic rocks which exhibit natural geometry. He dates these artifacts to at least 12,000 years before Plato (ca. 12,400 B.C.).
In reference to the stones’ possible use in designing Neolithic Britain’s great stone circles he says,
Yet another historian, Lucie Lamy, in her new book on the Egyptian system of measure gives proof of the knowledge of these basic geometric solids as early as the Egyptian Old Kingdom, 2500 B.C. We agree, in general, with all the above researchers that the crafting of sophisticated three-dimensional geometries was well within the capabilities of Pre-Egyptian civilizations.
With the concept that knowledge of these geometries was necessary to the building of stone circles and astronomical “henges” — we also agree — and would add that we have evidence that suggests that these hand-held stones were ‘ ‘planning models,” not only for charting the heavens and building calendrical monuments, but were also used for meteorological study; to develop and refine terrestrial maps for predicting major ley lines of telluric energy; and, in conjunction with stone circles, were used to construct charts and maps for worldwide travel long before the appearance of the pyramids.
Take another look at the five Neolithic stones. Notice the placement of points on not only completed intersections where hongs connect — but on the ‘ ‘open comers” where thongs might be added. The central figure, the dodecahedron, has all twelve centers of its pentagonal faces marked with points for further ‘wrapping” — as with the cube figure to the far right. Its corners are defined similarly by marked open points.
Now note the tetrahedron, the second figure from the right Its four vertexes or corners, which traditionally define four triangles, have already been bisected by a second array of thongs defining another tetrahedron overlapping the first at midpoints. It is our contention that these stones were not wrapped and marked with leather to facilitate their use as “bolas” or projectiles. The stones and their varied nets are too delicate and complex to have been used as hunting and warfare shot.
Their appearance struck us initially as ritual objects similar to the decorative reed spheres found in Southeast Asia; or as religious symbols such as the mysterious bronze and gold spheres found in France and Vietnam — which some say depict the ancient text of the Tao Teh Ching.
It may well be that all of these hand-held objects served similar planning and mnemonic functions for the people who treasured and crafted them. (See illustration #2)
Vietnamese war veterans recognize them as sacred Taoist objects marking acupuncture points.
Viewing the stone polyhedra together, we can only conclude as Keith Critchlow does — that their intended use was for the study, comparison, and analysis of spherically determined systems of geometry.
Given the apparent use of these stones as “planning models,” and given the apparent “extra wrap” of thongs on the tetrahedron — consider the result if the Neolithic craftsman of these forms had decided to discover the ultimate in delineated spherical geometry models, a single sphere upon which would be combined all the wrappings and points of all five solids.
We believe that its geometry can be applied in two forms: the “girded sphere” or marked stone used for mapping, dowsing, or geometry (earth measure); and the armillary sphere or “celestial basket” used as an astronomical device to measure time via the solstices and daily sunrises.
The armillary sphere casts a shadow on the captured stone within its framework (see illustration #4) — thus echoing the ancient analogy “As above, so below.” 6
Returning to the creation of our ultimate spherical model, the second step would be to take the other figures — cube, tetrahedron, and octahedron — and lay out their line arrays over the existing 62 point pattern.
You will find that not only is the 62 point system of vertexes compatible with the icosahedron and dodecahedron — but that all the leather thong patterns of all the polyhedral stones are precisely “mappable” over those same 62 vertexes.
In fact, our surprised craftsman would soon discover that all five stone arrays can be overlapped one upon the other with different comer matchings until a beautiful polyhedron with 121 “great circles” and 4,862 points has been developed. This is the ultimate single sphere pattern which houses all five Platonic solids within multiple orientations (see illustration #5).
This is the same form that was used by R. Buckminster Fuller for his domes and in our research, we have called it the Unified Vector Geometry (UVG) 120 Sphere. We consider it the key component in our proposed “new synthesis” of planetary grid research.
Plato’s description in the Timaeus of a cosmology based on the five regular volumes (tetrahedron, octahedron, cube, icosahedron, and dodecahedron) echoes Pythagorean teaching regarding the manifestation of the infinite within the finite. Plato postulates a metaphysics in which the four elements of Greek science — earth, air, fire, and water — are associated with four of the five solids.
He mysteriously reserves his description of that most noble form used by the Creator to fabricate the universe as “a certain fifth composition.” Tradition relates the cube to earth, tetrahedron with fire, octahedron with air, icosahedron with water, and the dodecahedron with the universe or “prana/aether.”
Because he had written that, “The earth viewed from above, resembles a ball sewn together from twelve pieces of skin,” we believe he related the dodecahedron to Gaia, the living planet earth. We also propose that Plato’s mysterious “fifth composition” is more complex than the dodecahedron - but based upon it.
We suggest that Plato’s most noble
framework for building the universe is a form which unifies and
supports all the forces operating simultaneously within the five
regular solids, the four primary elements, and the earth (Gaia)
itself — the Unified Vector Geometry 120 Sphere. We further contend
that this sphere is the pattern upon which the ancients built their
armillary spheres, which to this day are used to cast shadows for
reading the solstices and equinoxes.
A related set of angles in the Megalithic landscape, 23 ½ and 47 degrees, is equally regular but does appear to relate to celestial phenomena of the common variety. In many cases, these and the other angles link one sacred site to another miles distant. The basic triangle in our Unified Vector Geometry (UVG) 120 Sphere exhibits just these angles, at intervals strangely correspondent with those found by Lockyer, and Cyr and others.
Engineer/geometer Richard J. “Dick” Benson’ believes that Cairo is possibly the most ancient surviving example of a precise geometric site plan based not only on the angles discovered by Cyr and others but on angles which connect sites across continents and which — again — are almost eerily similar to those in the UVG 120 Sphere. (See illustrations #6, #7)
depicts the elegant
theory of mathematics embodied in the planning of the city of Cairo.
Benson’s work may well provide a helpful, radically new framework for historical linguistics
as well as uncover a lost simplicity in the art and numbers of geometry.
Donald Cyr is encouraging the use of a simple Halo Sighting Template to be superimposed
on maps of ancient sites in order to detect alignments that may indicate
“hidden halos” — atmospheric events that were almost certainly a part of the daily life of Megalithic man.
This sort of research will require the cooperation of compartmentalized scientists
in astronomy, geology, archaeology, and other disciplines — but may recreate
a holistic approach to Gaia that supported the lifestyle of the ancients.
Since Plato, history has lightly sketched what seems to have been a sub rosa quest for a Cairo-centered mapping system, which would “square the circle” and/or show the way to the Holy Grail. (Interestingly, a 13th century writer named Wolfram described the Grail as a “precious stone fallen from heaven”)
Curious artifacts like the Pin Reis map, dated 1523 A.D., but believed to be a copy of an ancient Greek original, show “wind rose” lines converging on Cairo with angular divisions of 22 + and 11 + degrees (see illustration #8).
The U.S. Navy has analyzed the Pin Reis map and determined that it is a correct circular grid projection from Cairo.
The half diamond (outlined by grid points 37, 19, 20 and 38)
which contains the complete construction in- fill of the original map shows a superficial,
though perhaps indicative, resemblance to two Basic Triangles of the UVG system we propose.
Could this map have been an extension of the site lines and solstice/sunrise markers which encircle ancient Cairo?
Viewed “from above,” the major points on the Piri Reis map so nearly approximate points on our UVG 120 Sphere that we have included a sketch using our geometry and Piri Reis’ lines which attempts to complete the missing portion of the world map the Admiral originally drew.
Both maps possess highly accurate and unique views of the continent of Antarctica not known, supposedly, before the International Geophysical Year of 1958. (See illustration #9)
The Buache Map of 1737 shows Antarctica correctly without its ice cover
and may indicate everything from a dramatically different earth climate
than today to a technical capacity beyond that generally attributed to human culture 10,000 years ago.
The map provides an interesting piece in grid theory:
the centers of all UVG 10/12 Pentagons fall at the edges of continents or in oceans.
The Buache map of 1737 is said also to be the result of copying ancient Greek maps. Both maps astonishingly depict Antarctica’s true land masses through their icy cover — though instruments to detect such land masses were not invented until 1958. Even if the maps are complete frauds, they still predict Antarctica’s true profile thirty years early.
The maps of the so-called mythical continents of Mu and Pan (as described in the channelled Oahspe, A New Bible in the Words of Jehovih; in the writings of controversial scientist/philosopher Sir James Churchward; and in revelations of the Lemurian Brotherhood to the Lemurian Fellowship in Ramona, California) were all made long before the geophysical year studies and the contemporary pioneering ocean cartography of Marie Tharp and Bruce Heezen (see illustration #10).
Notice the remarkable patterns of mountain ridges running 270 around Hawaii; the flat “plain” to the north- east; the boundary through the western quarter of the United States and Canada which marks the division between the Pacific plate and the North American shield. Whether or not these continents existed is a less important question than how accurately the maps mesh with the best contemporary scientific knowledge. The correspondence is very close.
His success was startling. His 1972 article in Saga magazine, “The Twelve Devil’s Graveyards Around the World,” plotted ship and plane disappearances worldwide, focusing attention on 12 areas, equally spaced over the globe, in which magnetic anomalies and other energy aberrations were linked to a full spectrum of strange physical phenomena (see illustration #11).
A pilot flying with passengers near the Hawaii zone suddenly found himself in a “dead zone” without instruments and unable to communicate beyond the cockpit. After flying some 350 miles, the “phenomenon” lifted and the pilot found that tower officials could find no measurable time had elapsed between the beginning of his “dead zone” experience and its end.
His theory is now being balanced against several.
in the late ‘60s and were the impetus for a worldwide reinvestigation of practical whole earth geometry.
A source of confusion has been over the location of equally spaced points zig-zagging the globe 36° from the equator.
This is not point
latitude but rather the angle of incidence with the equator (as
a meta-linguistic code document of linguistic-cybernetic information,
Dr. J.J. Hurtak
proposes areas of artificial (above) and natural (below) time warp
Bird wrote about three Russian researchers (Nikolai Goncharov, a Muscovite historian; Vyacheslav Morozov, a construction engineer; and Valery Makarov, an electronics specialist) who had published an article entitled “Is the Earth a Large Crystal?” Their work, supportive of and following immediately upon Sanderson’s, had outlined a worldwide grid of points nearly identical to Sanderson’s 12 and had added 50 more.
These occurred where Sanderson’s global icosahedron overlapped the Russians proposed combination of icosa and dodecahedron. These new lines and points, in conjunction with Sanderson’s, now matched most of the earth’s seismic fracture zones and ocean ridge lines as well as outlined worldwide atmospheric highs and lows, paths of migratory animals, gravitational anomalies, and even the sites of ancient cities.”
The tradition established by the Russians with the overlapping icosa/dodecahedron grid has been adopted by almost all grid researchers with the exception of New Zealand’s Captain Bruce Cathie who is working with the cubeoctahedron (Fuller’s vector equilibrium model, briefly discussed in the next section of this article). Among the rest, there are some common themes in the predictive science of the grid and some dramatic divergences.
Those involved in what might be thought of as “classic geometries” use the model to predict physical events and measurable phenomena in the tradition of Ivan Sanderson:
Bruce Cathie is meticulously charting the courses of phenomena grouped under the title of “UFO.”
Michael Helus has under- taken a universal theory of harmonics that he calls “Astrosonics” and is attempting to develop a practical health technology for people to get “in tune” with Gaia by reactivating the harmonics of the cosmic time and place of their birth. He believes that planetary grid harmonics can and will be manipulated if we do not develop a responsible stewardship for this profound and powerful resource.
John Sinkiewicz has developed a theory not unlike that of Donald Cyr — that we may be making an enormous mistake if we assume that “Nature” is natural, that it’s always been like this — with wild climate swings, tornadoes, pole wobble, and the like. Sinkiewicz believes the earth energy grid is out of alignment, is no longer anchored at the north and south poles, and that New Age spiritual communities around the world are gradually rediscovering the new grid and building their sacred sites in accordance to activate it.
Ray Stoner, working with shamans among the Central American and North American Indians, has gone a step further and is searching the museums and ruins for potential pieces of the grid “power system” he believes was once in operation around the world and centered in the pyramids.
His is potentially the most politically revolutionary theory since so many key “artifacts” (such as the unusual stone yoke shown in illustration # 13) are found in the museums and collections of the very wealthy.
Archaeologists hypothesize that “stone yokes” such as this one on display at Chicago’s Field Museum
were worn by Mayan athletes during their strenuous and violently competitive games.
These yokes measure approximately 24” by 18” and are about 4” in width.
They appear to be carved from solid granite and weigh perhaps several hundred pounds.
Ray Stoner has noticed a resemblance to magnets, even down to carvings of heads facing opposite directions on the two poles.
In our opinion, the ob- ject is incomplete, perhaps requiring some sort of attractive base plate.
This same type of work has been carried on in China and Japan for thousands of years as Geomancy — the identification of archetypes of the tiger and the dragon in the landscape, and the sitting of buildings and their functions with respect to balancing these forces with the flow of underground water and cosmic energy. (See illustration #14)
A branch of dowsers in this country (including Tom Bearden, Ken MacNeill, Toby Grotz, and Walter Baumgartner) are pushing the politics of grid research into the development of practical “free energy devices” that will be decentralized, affordable, and supportive of personal freedom.
In 1983, upon first seeing a drawing of the Russian planetary grid in Moira Timms’ book Prophecies and Predictions, we immediately recognized the work of R. Buckminster Fuller — who had spent a lifetime developing his models and theory of “nature’s comprehensive building system.” There before us, adapted from Chris Bird’s article, was a drawing of an “incomplete” geodesic sphere — in fact, the exact sphere upon which Fuller had based his geodesic domes and much of his theory of synergetic geometry.
With the simple addition of 60 lines which connected the vertexes of Sanderson’s icosahedron to the vertexes of the added Russian dodecahedron we had duplicated the Neolithic craftsman’s model and established Fuller’s 15 “great circle” polyhedron as a key link in the chain of grid ideas. After locating Bird’s original article and finding the Russian work in Chemistry and Lite, a USSR science magazine, we went into what many researchers, writers and artists call “curiosity/compulsion syndrome.”
In his book Synergetics 2, he called it the “Composite of Primary and Secondary Icosahedron Great Circle Sets.” We have shortened that to Unified Vector Geometry (UVG) 120 Sphere, because of the form’s elegant organization of 121 “great circles” running through its 4,862 points. We use the number 120 due to its easy comprehension as a spherical polyhedron with 120 identical triangles — all approximately 30’, 60 and 90 in composition.
All other forms within our Unified Vector Geometry use shape names and numbers which refer to the quantity of smallest UVG Basic Triangles within a given form — and the number of named forms in the UVG 120 Polyhedron or Sphere. Thus, when we refer to our “Pac-Man” pentagons which appeared in our first planetary grid map, you should know that we also call them UVG 10/12 Pentagons, because ten of our Basic Triangles create each pentagon and there are twelve pentagons in the UVG 120 Sphere and Polyhedron.
Within this diamond are 4 Basic Triangles, and there are 30 diamonds in the 120 Polyhedron and Sphere (see illustrations #15, #16).
Our goal in producing EarthStar was the creation of a map that would be comfortable
to an audience oriented to the equatorial linearity and continental positioning of a standard Mercator map.
It depicts major river systems, seismic zones, major ocean currents and the lines of the UVG 120 Polyhedron.
The map is an excellent tool for distance estimation,
as the sides of the Basic Triangle measure 1400, 2200 and 2600 miles respectively.
(An interesting numerological coincidence:
the sides of the Basic Triangle add up to 6200 miles, or one-quarter of the circumference of the earth).
We believe that this map was used by ancient navigators of the seas and skies,
who would have found
these great circle routes the most convenient and efficient for
The UVG 4/30 Diamond centers on EarthStar will provide, we believe,
the most fertile zones for research into the ancient history of the earth because they appear to be so geologically stable.
In addition, there is a surprisingly full history of advanced cultures in these areas already established:
the complex of Alexandria/Cairo/Jerusalem (point 1);
a possible nuclear waste storage area postulated by Jalandris in Gabon (point 40);
the People of the Four Corners (point 13);
the sacred lands of the Hopi (point 17);
the sacred lands of the Australian aborigines (point 44);
the vast complex of megaliths and stone circles in the British Isles (point 11);
the extraordinary Ugansk Bay Eskimo art complex (point 9);
the ancient splendor of Amazonian cities now buried in vegetation (point 36);
the Argentine Tafi megaliths (point 48);
the contemporary site of major Soviet defense research (point 5).
and the nearly unmatchable biological splendor of the Galapagos Islands (point 34).
This figure permits not only easier assembly of the UVG 120 Polyhedron (in the form of the rhombic triacontahedron) than our pentagon-based hexakis icosahedron, but also permits easy orientation to the four compass points when working with the globe or map (see illustration #17, and chart).
And now we come to our most fascinating discovery of all - the predictive utilization of the Basic Triangle.
It is this figure which we knew to be the result of multiple mappings of all five regular Platonic solids on the surface of a sphere or combined polyhedral form (icosahedron and dodecahedron) like the hexakis icosahedron and/or rhombic triacontahedron.
What we hadn’t known until recently was that R. Buckminster Fuller had not only drawn and analyzed the Basic Triangle, but had also noted all its internal angles in planar and spherical notation (See illustration #18). Also what we hadn’t known until quite recently was that this triangle could predict so many kinds of events and geographic patterns, at so many times and places throughout human history.
As mnemonic tools, the UVG Basic Triangle and 120 Sphere store and integrate biology, metaphysics, mythology, astronomy, geology, human struggle — or in the words of Pythagoras, “the supernatural within the finite.”
The geometry of EarthStar is the rhombic triacontahedron projection method developed by R. Buckminster Fuller. We have continued to use the numbering system originally published by Russian researchers.
Within the Basic Triangle’s 30, 60 and 90 degree angles
(whose lines and vertexes define 120 of those triangles, 62 major grid points, and 15 major great circles)
are arrayed 45 intersection points and 16 lines which manifest 106 minor great circles
and 4800 minor points over the face of the globe (UVG total is 4862 points).
By noting the three numbers for the Basic UVG Triangle followed by a single number
for a minor grid point (example — Oxford, England falls near 2-11-20/2 on our European maps);
two numbers for a minor grid line (example — Italy’s boot heel is defined by Basic Triangle 2-1-20/43-28 minor line).
On September 1, 1983, in the pre-dawn sky, a 747 jumbo jet is cruising over the last island in the Aleutian chain.
The Korean pilot is relaxed and having coffee as his autopilot is switched onto “Red Route 20,” the standard course set for all airliners out of Anchorage to avoid coming within 25 miles of Russian territories north of Japan.
At 3:18 a.m., Japan time, the pilot radios that his position is 115 miles south of Hokkaido Island in northern Japan. Ground radar, however, locates the plane 115 miles north of Hokkaido and well into Soviet airspace. At 3:27 a.m., a garbled distress call goes out from the plane - the last message to be sent from KAL 007.
Glance at our illustration of the path of the plane on the UVG 120 Sphere and imagine this scenario. KAL 007 crosses planetary grid point 6, approximately 1800 miles east/southeast of Anchorage, Alaska about 1:00 a.m. Thursday, September 1, 1983.
The positions of the sun and moon begin bringing enormous energy into the vector line which stretches from the tip of the Aleutian chain to the Mongolian/Soviet mainland west of Sakhalin Island. (See illustration #19).
KAL 902 left Paris
(P) bound for Anchorage (A) on April 20, 1978 but was diverted down
a minor grid line and shot
Silently, without alerting Captain Chun the pilot, the geo-compass in the autopilot’s guidance system is slowly pulled 22.24° off its corrected north bearing, altering the course of the plane by that amount while simultaneously beginning to energize and speed up the magnetic odometer in the plane’s computer navigational system.
A fractional addition of a mile is added to each actual mile travelled at an accelerating rate. As the crew and passengers talk about the festivities ahead in Seoul, other smaller aircraft appear behind the 757 airliner. No communication takes place because the pilots of the smaller aircraft are never given international radio frequencies for fear they will defect. Then an explosion, and another, thunder into the ears of the crew.
Captain Chun begins his radio distress call, but in four short minutes the lives of all 269 aboard are gone. Compare the above to the flight of KAL 902 out of Paris, bound for Anchorage. The date is April 20, 1978. In the pre- dawn sky over grid point 11, in northern Scotland, the 707’s guidance system compass begins to read to an energized line running up from the Bermuda Triangle.
Captain Kim Chang Kyu, a veteran KAL pilot, doesn’t notice the bearing of his plane changing slowly to 82.25° off his near polar great circle route. The plane moves onto an infill grid line over Greenland. By the time the plane moves into the next basic grid triangle, a passenger notices that the Arctic sun which had been on his right is now on his left.
Before he can alert Captain Kyu, a Russian missile slams into the fuselage, killing two passengers and forcing the plane to land on a frozen lake south of Murmansk. As Russian troop vehicles appear on the shore, Captain Kyu apologizes to his passengers saying that he had felt something had gone wrong with his compass before the Russian planes had appeared.
Both incidents, KAL 007 and KAL 902, were based on pre- dawn crossings of major grid points (6 and 11) by sophisticated aircraft which then, unbeknownst to their crews drifted off their programmed course and followed minor grid lines until shot down by uncommunicative Russian pilots.
As interior gas molecules ricochet off the inner surface of the balloon, they manifest their kinetic energy in “great circle” patterns of “shortest distance” frequency. If the ambient temperature of the balloon’s exterior can be delicately balanced and equalized — the pattern of the UVG 120 sphere can become visible.
Before this collapse, the poles may well have been free of ice (hence the existence of maps such as Piri Reis and Buache). Polar ice caps may have formed relatively rapidly in the period of climatic disequilibrium. In this light, Cyr’s Megalithic canopy theory is correspondent with our own findings in analyzing Megalithic sites. We have documented in the illustrations of Ireland, Britain, and Europe which follow; a patterned interface of man-made constructions, dating to the Megalithic period, which correspond to our proposed “infrastructure” for the icosa/dodecahedral planetary grid.
New evidence that we are just beginning to analyze 13, and which includes patterns of mounds within the central United States and the curious “lines” of the Nazca area of Peru, exhibits the same close correspondence. This proves to us that past cultures have been aware of, and attuned to, the energies of the UVG 120 Sphere.
One of these is based on the principle that crystal edges and vertexes carry most of the thermal, structural, and electromagnetic energy events developing from within and imposed upon the surface material. Satellite cameras and infrared/radar instruments have already documented thermal/structural energy developments along the globe’s UVG 120 Polyhedral edges.
It remains for traditional science to develop instruments as sensitive as an experienced dowser’s “earth sense” before the full spectrum of the earth’s electromagnetism can be tuned like a “crystal set” radio to a wide range of frequency band widths. (See illustration #20)
is a hidden master pattern in the UVG 120 Sphere.
The similarity to hand-held decorative reed spheres from Southeast Asia
is further evidence that such “planning models” have been in common use throughout human history.
“If you could only see the reams of tracing paper which spill out of the drawers in my office,” writes A.M. Davie.
“I have been doing the same exercise with electromagnetic band widths for years.
To forecast an event in the Catastrophe Theory, this principle must be used.
Whether on a Planetary scale or down to full Earth surface scale of fractions of inches, it is basically the same theory...
I have done experiments (with band widths of frequency tunability) in the lab
and found the same experiences as reported in the Bermuda Triangle and UFO incidents.
This experiment is too dangerous to repeat, and Edinburgh University has agreed
to a ban on all attempts to re-enact the experiments. It is potentially lethal.
The theory of this phenomenon was known to Attistotle...
It is definitely TIME-SPACE-COLOUR-HARMONY syndrome in content,
and therefore obeys a numerical law of nature to allow forecasting the event.”
It is clear to us that Megalithic peoples knew all that we now know about the planetary grid and then some.
The stones which they so carefully placed upon ley lines were used to communicate with anyone else linked via common telluric energy flows. (See illustration #21)
These energy flows are being mapped today both by dowsing groups interested in this rarest form of “harmony of the spheres” and ley line hunters (such as John Michell and others in the great tradition of Alfred Hawkins) who wonder at the coincident sitting of modem towns and significant structures upon ancient stone remains from the past. (See illustration #22)
Unobstructed minor grid energy lines focus into a Basic Triangle corner in the British Isles,
which have probably
the largest clustering of megaliths in northern Europe. Stone
circles are indicated by dots.
Both ley line hunters and dowsers have wondered at the persistent site line-ups of ancient megaliths
and more recent sacred constructions (cathedrals, capital cities, shrines, etc.).
The diamond-pattern line superimposed on our map shows a transcontinental system of energy ley lines
published by Golin Bloy an experienced dowser in Europe.
Most of the line has been confirmed by dowsing.
The correspondence with the UVG 120 Sphere is apparent.
In Triangle 11-20-2, we find Oxford (2); North Sea oil deposits (4-5-6); Rotterdam (9);
Hameln, village of the Pied Piper (17); Berlin (13); Chartres (17); Alta Mira (24);
Frankfort (19); Barcelona (35); Cordoba (32); Hamburg (12); and Lourdes (line 24-36).
In Triangle 20-2-1,
we find Athens (10); Delphi (19); and Assisi, home of St. Francis
Sacred anatomy = sacred geography.
There would be a number of connected patterns of ‘trees/men’ covering the surface of the globe which,
depending upon the scale or application, might correspond to the ‘root races’ or ‘sub-root races’
or perhaps even the twelves ‘tribes’ of Israel (mankind).
As there are ever finer gradations of ‘trees’ within the Sefirotic Tree,
the ‘extended trees’ would create chains and great circles woven across the sphere
like the electromagnetic band widths of frequency tunability.”
Communication from Robert Gulick in Englewood, Colorado.
Captain Bruce Cathie, an airline pilot and prolific grid researcher from New Zealand, has theorized for years regarding the grid’s pulsing harmonic pattern and how it might relate to UFO and “sky light” phenomena. UVG is applicable to this research in a curious way. R. Buckminster Fuller was constantly experimenting with spherical packing — how many equal sized spheres can you fit into a given polyhedron, and how can the arrangement be shifted (keeping the same number of spheres) into a different one.
As it happens, the UVG 120 Polyhedron shifts back and forth with the cubeoctahedron (or vector equilibrium model, as Fuller calls it) that Cathie uses and that seems to map UFO phenomena. We can hypothesize the heart- beat of Gaia.
Spiritually and intellectually hungry travellers may well have visited major energy collection points on the grid, each having its own flavor and delight. The hand-held model, or map, attuned as it was to the solar system and to the monuments and towns one would pass along the way, was a complete tool for the voyager. (See illustration #24)
presents over thirty years of research documenting the presence of a white-robed fair-skinned man
known throughout the mythologies of the Americas (among many other names) as
The Lord-of-Wind-and-Water, Tah-co-mah, or Kate-Zahl, the Prophet.
The map shows the path of his pilgrimage, beginning in the western ocean,
circling the major American grid points, and ending in the eastern ocean horizon.
It is possible that “Jesus Christ” is our surviving mythology of sacred pilgrimages on the “Gizeh Crystal.”
It may even have charted the cycle of transcontinental festivals in much the same way that the Australian aborigines are able to coordinate huge religious gatherings with (seemingly) no deliberate planning.
The “bureaucracy” is maintained
only in the flow of time through lines of kinship, lines of sight,
and sacred lines of the tchuringa.
Antigravity and The World Grid