|Elsewhere in this magazine we talk about the lines of magnetic force that encircle the globe and reach up into the stratosphere — lines along which the Sacred Sites were apparently built. But how did these energy configurations get there? And why do they take the form that they do?
Kostya Kovalenko, “Our Man in Kiev,” tells us that three Russian scientists have put forward an interesting theory.
This theory first appeared in Technika – Molodezhi, a magazine in the former Soviet Union that, according to Kostya, “was allowed to publish wierd materials.” Its editor-in-chief, a man named Zakharchenko, also fostered inventors who developed things like homemade airplanes and cars.
A publication of Technika – Molodezhi that has lasting resonance, Kostya says, also applies to our current issue of the Spirit of Ma’at. It concerns an article in January 1981 titled “In The Earth’s Crystal Rays,” by Valery Makarov and Vyacheslav Morozov, both engineers, and Nikolay Goncharov, an artist. The authors of this article, based upon their years of research, concluded that the Earth grid is based upon the emanations from a central, crystalline core.
Here is Kostya’s fascinating report of their findings.
The central crystal
For 10 years, Makarov, Morozov and Goncharov had explored an idea to view the core of the Earth as a growing crystal that influences what is going on with the planet.
This crystal’s rays, they found — its power field — caused appearances upon the Earth’s surface of an icosahedron, or 20-sided figure, and dodecahedron, or 12-sided figure. Those figures, with 62 apexes and the middle points of their sides, the writers theorized, possess specific qualities that can explain many unusual phenomena.
Ancient cultures and triangles
Ancient oral and written sources, like India’s Mahabharata, ancient Chinese hymns, Platonic philosophy, and Russian folklore mention a triangular division of the Earth’s surface. The authors of the “Crystal Rays” article speculate that this might be a reflection of certain real divisions of the land into triangular sections.
The authors claim that if you mark centers of the biggest and most notable civilizations on a terrestrial globe, you will notice a system in the way these marks relate to the Earth’s poles and the equator. Thus, for example, a center of the Protoindian, or pre-Hindu, civilization (node 12 on figure at right) and Easter Island of the Pacific ocean culture (node 47) are both situated on latitude 27 — one north, one South. These two areas are antipodes.
The same distance that separates Mohenjo-Daro from the North Pole also separates Easter Island from the South Pole. And the line connecting the Giza pyramids (1) and Mohenjo-Daro (12) is half of that length.
If we continue this line to the West to the same distance (to node 20) and connect the ends (nodes 12, 20) with the North Pole, what we come up with is a giant, equilateral triangle on the Earth’s surface!
It’s noted in the article that equilateral triangles appear in many places starting beginning from Neolithic times. Sometimes the larger triangle is divided into 4 or 9 equal, smaller ones.
Berbero-Tuareg civilization of North Africa, with its ancient paintings on the rocks, is situated in the west node (20) of the first triangle we built. The center points of the sides of this triangle mark Egyptian (1), Celtic-Iberian (11), and Great Ob (3) cultures. In the center of the triangle we see the nexus of the ancient European agricultural civilization, the Tripoli culture (2). Later this area became a center of the Slavic lands around the city of Kiev (Kyiv).
The authors found that they can completely cover all the Earth surface with 20 triangles of the same dimensions to create an icosahedron! Almost all the ancient culture centers happen to be in the system nodes — in the apexes of the triangles, halfway between the apexes, or right in the centers of their sides: Easter Island (47), an island of Tahiti, a center of the Polynesian culture (31), Peru (35), Dragon Mountains in the African South-East with their sacred paintings on the rocks, and the ancient center of the Australian culture, Arnhem Land (27), are among those that follow this pattern.
Crystal Earth model
The authors say that they were impressed when they heard of strange archeological finds of dodecahedrons (see figure at left) — one dated by 4th century A.D. was found in Vietnam and another from the time of the Roman Empire was found in the Alps. Their facets had holes in them, and there were little spheres in the apexes.
If we connect the centers of neighboring triangles we get such a dodecahedron — a body made of 12 pentagons. So the authors surmised that those strange archeological objects were models of the Earth’s power system, and that specific points of the dodecahedron and icosahedron corresponded to the Earth surface areas, and resulted in giving those areas certain qualities.
At the bottom image of the figure above-left, you can see what the Icosa-Dodecahedron Earth System (IDES) proposed by the authors looks like.
Explorers have found that following phenomena support this theory:
· There are ancient geological platforms in Russia, Siberia, Africa, Canadian, Greenland, and parts of North America, as well as all three in the Atlantic divided by lowland regions. All are congruent with the triangular icosahedron facets. The geosynclinal areas that divide these platforms go along the edges between the triangles.
· Underwater mountain ridges in the oceans and the Earth’s crust breaks usually go along or in parallel to the icosahedron ribs. This can be seen with the bigger part of the Mid-Atlantic range, Lomonosov ridge in the Arctic ocean, underwater ranges around Antarctic, an area of the Owen Break in the Indian ocean, an Anchorage-Pradho-Bay Break in Alaska, a giant break (20-12) from Morocco to Pakistan.
· Seismic and volcanic manifestations usually happen around system nodes and ribs.
· There are surface ring formations, 300 kilometers in diameter, around some of the IDES nodes (20 — Morocco, 18 — Bahamas, 17 — California), or cloud ring formations (21 — Sudan, 23 — Chagos archipelago in Indian ocean, 26 — Makassar Strait in Indonesia).
· Centers of all the world areas with magnetic field anomalies fall into triangle centers (4, 6, 8, 54, 29) except for the Brazilian anomaly, whose center (49) falls into center of a pentagon. Each magnetic anomaly occupies an area equal to one IDES triangle.
· Centers of maximal and minimal atmospheric pressure also are situated in IDES nodes (4, 6, 10, 12, 19, 27, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50). Giant triangles, repeating IDES triangles, are seen on meteorological maps showing air currents in the top atmospheric layers. Many giant vortexes of the oceanic currents operate around system nodes which often coincide with atmospheric pressure centers.
It also can be seen that the world’s biggest mineral and oil deposits lie in specific orientations toward IDES nodes and ribs. Iron, nickel, and cooper tend to concentrate near dodecahedron ribs and nodes, while oil, uranium, and diamonds tend to concentrate near icosahedron ribs and nodes.
Examples of oil near icosahedron ribs and nodes are the oil fields of the North Sea (11), the Tyumen region in Russia, (3), North Africa and Arabia (rib 20-12) (see illustration at right), California — north of the Gulf of Mexico (rib 17-18), Alaska (7), Gabon — Nigeria (40), and Venezuela. Also, note the uranium deposits in Gabon (40), California (17), and uranium and diamonds deposits in South Africa (41).
Iron-manganese deposits can be found along the mid-oceanic ridges, and there are metal ore deposits along the system’s ribs near Kirovograd in Ukraine and Kursk in Russia. A submeridian ore region exists in Erdenet in Mongolia — a system rib that goes along the Baykal-Okhotsky ore belt.
Influence on the Biosphere
Existence of huge areas with specific geo-chemical qualities — with too little or too much of certain microelements (minerals) in the soil — creates conditions for toughening of the natural selection process.
Two of the biggest geochemical areas on the territory of the former USSR coincide with the centers of “European” (2) and “Asian” (4) triangles. There is a lack of cobalt and copper in the soils of the first area, while the second area lacks in iodine — this influences lives of the plants and the animals in those bio-geochemical provinces.
At the time of the last glacial period in Euroasia, plant life was preserved in certain safe zones that correspond to nodes 2, 3, 4, and 5.
After the glaciers melted away, conifers and deciduous forests began their growth from those points along the dodecahedron ribs to the centers of the triangles.
The authors of the article found that global centers where plant life tends to originate and go through changes coincide with system nodes 17, 36, 41, and node 40 in Gabon where a “natural nuclear reactor” was discovered in 1972 that, as many scientists believe, has greatly influenced the biosphere.
It is interesting to note that when birds fly south for the winter, their direction of flight goes directly into the system nodes!