I really have other things to do, but I couldn’t help but connecting a few dots again. This time, the dots were cities on a map. This is starting to become quite odd to say the least.
It seems the year of polarization already switched to second gear. It’s fairly simply really: We’ve had a few anti-government uprisings lately they all seem to be connected with… Rome.
Check the list:
- 20 December 2010: Rigged Elections in Belarus, Parliament in Minsk almost occupied by angry citizens.
- 10 January 2011: Rigged Elections in Côte d’Ivoire, many die in the following days in capital city Yamoussoukro.
- 20 January 2011: Uprising of anti-government protest via social media in Tunisia – again dead and wounded in the capital city Tunis.
- 25 January 2011: Social media triggers heavy (and ongoing) protest in the streets of Cairo, Egypt.
Wikipedia doesn’t like it
Ley-lines are New Age bullshit according to Wikipedia. But it is pretty well known that many Ley-Lines go through Rome, Paris, Stonehenge (e.g. Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, New york and Stonehenge are all on one Ley-line) and many other important places of interest.
Carl Johan Calleman describes the line between Berlin and Rome as the “real Prime Meridian” and the the current one through Greenwich was designed just like our Gregorian calendar to distract us (and to emphasize the importance of the British Empire too). He’s also the guy who discovered a calendar that started 16.8 billion years ago and ends or restarts on October 28th this year. Again, Wikipedia finds this person not that noteworthy.
Real Prime Meridian
Carl Johan Calleman compares the Earth with our brain. Both left and right brain hemispheres have their own specific function. Calleman goes on to claim that the real Prime Meridian Berlin-Rome divides the world in those two hemispheres, while each hemisphere has the exact same function as the analog part of our (and other animals’) brain. In this comparison Rome would the pineal gland, with the side West of the Berlin-Rome line being in analogy with the human brain, namely being the rational side. The East side of the real Prime Meridian would then be the more emotional/artistic side of the planet.
He goes on to note that all major changes in the coming months are to manifest around the real Prime Meridian. He seems to be spot on.
- Find a computer with an internet connection
- Download Google Earth for free.
- Just connect all the cities of conflict and you get the picture above. Note: you need to do this with Google Earth, since the flat maps do not keep the sphere shape of Earth in account.
When you connect Cairo with Rome, the Ley-line goes through Mecca, Saudi Arabia and Lyon in France as well. The line from Yamoussoukro, Côte d’Ivoire to Tunis, Tunisia misses Rome by less than 100km, and passes through Budapest, Hungary and Minsk, Belarus. It’s also really nice that the two Ley-lines of conflict seem to meet around Rome with an almost perfect 90° angle.
The map behind the protests
Basically when you have the two Ley lines “Mecca-Cairo-Rome” and “Tunis-Rome-Minsk”, it’s pretty easy to find the other big cities on the Ley lines and see what’s happening there.
First there’s Rome, where the two Ley-lines virtually cross each other. We all know what happens to the Pope (and Vatican City) if he continues ignoring all the reports of child abuse. We all know what will happen to Silvio Berlusconi, being one of the most public mafia figures of Italy.
On this Ley-line we’ve had the conflict in Yamoussoukro in Ivorycoast/Côte d’Ivoire. Next: Budapest, Hungary. Already happening. Protest against the new media silencing started January 14th, and are continued today. Bingo!
On this line not much is happening apart from the Cairo troubles and the continuing struggles in both the Italian Capital and Vatican City. Further South we find Sana’a in Yemen. Guess what’s happening there the last 24 hours… But that shouldn’t surprise either, because a few 100 kilometers more to the South you land in the muddy waters of the Somalian Pirates…
Further North on this Ley-line we meet Lyon, France and this seems to be still a free spot! So that’s an interesting place to watch the coming weeks.
I can’t help but notice a few things:
- How fast the internet was shut down in Egypt. A few hosting providers obeying the regime and gone is the web.
- How this wildfire of protests is a fantastic pretext to again attack the freedom of the internet by the Powers That Be.
- And of course: how fast this all goes. All these locations were relatively peaceful a month ago. While protests used to take months some decades ago, they now rise in a matter of hours.
I’m keeping any conclusions to myself until more data comes in. For now, I’m just noting this very beautiful “coincidence”. Readers with some Google Earth experience: I’d love to hear your findings/other connections. But, please, don’t let me keep the world from polarizing even further. Let Ley-lines and 2012 be bullshit to you and Wikipedia, but I hope people start realizing the collapse of the Western Empire, and start coming up with ways to transition from the old system to a more balanced, peaceful and closer to nature way of living.
Next conflict please?