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ctivity and marine and aircraft disappearances.

After discovering that there were 12 main areas that all of these activities seemed to be occurring (such as the Bermuda Triangle and Dragon's triangle in Japan), he then noticed that they were also equidistant from one another. When you connect all of these points together with lines (called ley lines), you have a perfect icosahedron. Russian scientists Goncharov, Morozov and Makarov found that if you take this icosahedron and flip it inside out into the dodecahedron and then plot these new points on the planetary grid with the original 12 points of the original icosahedron, you now have a worldwide grid plotting every single major monolithic structure in the history of the world:

The Great Pyramid, Stonehenge, the stone heads at Easter Island, the sun and moon pyramids in Mexico. Ancient mystical sites, churches, temples, henges and burial sites were all build on these leylines. In fact, over 4000 sites of historical and spiritual significance were found on this grid. The Irish called these "fairy paths". Germans called them "holy lines". Greeks called them "the sacred roads of Hermes". The Chinese called them "dragon currents". Many other cultures also claimed they could even see these lines and build roads and buildings on them accordingly. Even Plato spoke about this in his work Timaeus and explains the grid as the synthesis of the platonic solids that constitute "the ideal body of cosmos".

Geomtery is the basic behaviour of vibration. Vibration is the nature of the universe. This is just ONE piece of evidence that "sacred geometry" governs the structure and layout of the natural physical universe.

Check out this video proving that vibration is geometry -

Cymatics: A Study of Wave Phenomena & Vibration

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