Juan von Trillion, December 2011
King Carl The Great: Decoder -- Part 3
Hernia-sized Stones: Worth The Trouble?
Following, we will look at the more obscure parts of the planetary monument array, and the numbers and meanings written in stone. You may even trip over monuments which you did not know existed. The scientist priests are amazingly hush-hush about them.
Baalbek, Lebanon. One of the largest cut (dressed) stones, weighing about 1,200 tons. Copper chisels, log rolls, hemp rope, cheap labor ... they actually expect you to believe that.
What are the implications of such monuments, staring us in the face with their granite, basalt and limestone boulders, blocks and slabs? They weigh some 3-20 tons and are counted by the hundreds of millions on Earth. And up to 1,200 tons each, when looking at the largest single dressed stones. Baalbek in Lebanon -- 1,200 metric tons -- impossible to move over terrain, or even lift today.
The cracked and unfinished obelisk at Aswan, estimated to weigh close to 1,200 tons, at 137 feet, or 42 meters length. How would you cut the underside of this colossus, the one which is still bedrock? Please write to the Egyptian Tourism Minister, he would love to publish your idea. No, you can not lift if up and slide it down the stairs.
The solid stone obelisks of Egypt, some still half-cut in their quarry. Today, they can not stand up much smaller ones on end with cranes. You know, they are supposed to be standing, pointing upwards. Delivery of the obelisk to its location was only part of the deal, standing it up was essential to get paid.
To put this display of colossal stone-moving abilities into at least some kind of context, we must have a look at another one of Carl Munck's eye-opening discoveries.
The Mother Of All Monuments
Any equal-sided tetrahedron inside a sphere will touch it at 19.5° from the equator. An area reported to be of interest, not only on Earth.
Whether on not the areas around 19.5° latitude have some funky properties or not -- the following monument used to lie inside this band. It is so outrageous, and the history told about its creation is so fascinating and inexplicable, that you should get to know it right away.
A 60-ton corner boulder of magnetic basalt on the artificial islet of Nan Madol, on Micronesia's Pohnpei Island. It does not look recent.
Approaching Nan WTF Madol via satellite. Nothing remotely like this exists anywhere else on Earth. On a much smaller scale, the monuments of the extremely remote and barren Malden Island have similarities.
A hardy "Easter Island Archaeologist" on the god-forsaken Malden Island. The center stone of this obviously extremely ancient pile of stones looks a lot like the one recently found in South Africa, Enki's Calendar. Both these sites' coordinates have not yet been checked for their Code relationships.
Nan Madol again. Those straight lines are protective walls -- under water, sitting on top of coral.
Hot, hard, heavy slabs weighing 5-20 tons each, stacked up neatly at 90-degree angles -- as if they were match sticks. Monumental, pre-Flood art by maniacs? It could not be replicated today, and money is not the problem. Physics is the problem.
Nan Madol consists of some 250 million tons of 10-30 foot long basalt crystal slabs, forming walls up to 40 feet high. Legend says that two god brothers did it in one day. Which is more plausible than floating them in one by one from the other side of the island, towed by rafts. There is no space to maintain such an infrastructure of man-power, and the people there have always built huts -- not basalt forts in the water.
The mangrove-covered structures rest on coral, which itself is tunneled and has sealed caverns. The equivalent of some 40 Egyptian Great Pyramids, at 6 million tons each, stacked on the ocean floor.
When it comes to in-your-face question like these, the establish-mental scientists, those who have some turf to defend that has nothing to do with Truth, when it comes to cold hard questions, those freaks look at you with beady eyes. And you know that they wish you had not asked that question. Someone, a desperate anthropologist perhaps, actually suggested that they floated the blocks at Nan Madol to their places, towing them in rowing boats from the other far side of the island. As the terrain is mountainous, without roads, the only way left is the ocean.
Right. What a brilliant idea. This anthropologist or whoever it was probably got a pat on the back and a nice job in the Make-Up-Explanations department at the Very Disco Channel.
Some forty Great Pyramids worth of stone at Nan Madol, ready to continue lying there forever.
Here is Carl Munck's discovery concerning Nan Madol, hidden away inside a minute or two of his three almost two-hour long videos (linked to at the bottom). If you got yourself a drink and did not pause his video right there, you missed it.
If you have read part #1 of this series, you are familiar with Temple 1, or "Temple of the Giant Jaguar", at Tikal in Guatemala.
Tikal's Temple 1 seems to know a lot. Its staircase has 96 steps.
As Carl explains, Tikal must have been some sort of University for teaching The Code, due to the concentration of knowledge in stone at this site. Additionally, the pyramids at Tikal seem to encode Earth History 101. By decoding the data from the Tikal pyramids, Munck has found several other monuments.
Like the submerged pyramids of Rock Lake, Wisconsin.
Like the sunken city off the coast of Okinawa, Japan.
Underwater stone work with plenty of angles. Mainstream archaeology says they are natural formations.
Next: Ancient submerged city under Japan's sea...
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