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gEUlogy - the geology of the earth in an Electric Universe => Malta => Topic started by: electrobleme on August 21, 2010, 23:10:38

Title: Qawra Point, Buggiba
Post by: electrobleme on August 21, 2010, 23:10:38
Qawra Point, Buggiba - Electric Universe geology

Qawra Point, Buggiba Malta near St Paul's Bay is an immense example of Electric Universe geology. A rolling hill top island/islet attached to the end of a point with the limestone ridge lines and mini craters (or building blocks as they may be), its own rocklands areas, fossil limestone in certain patches, cliff on one side with scuba diving cave system (blow hole caves), strange and out of place minerals/rocks in defined lines or patches etc ...

you can follow the pathways of the events that created them - with the ridge lines and their associated craters or the out of place rocks.

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-stpaulsbay-scubadiving-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-stpaulsbay-scubadiving.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-swimming-lido-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-swimming-lido.jpg)
Qawra Point (St Paul's Bay) great for scuba diving on Malta and swiming at the lido - Qawra Point showing its "rolling hill top" likeness

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-holiday-complex-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-holiday-complex.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-malta-beaches-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-malta-beaches.jpg)
Qawra Point islet - mini craters (or building rocks) and limestone ridge lines - near the ridges you can find the mini crater groupings. the ridge lines also lead towards rocklands (areas of rocks)

what is very strange about Qawra Point is that it has rocks/boulders all around its small coastline and on the sea floor around it yet on the coast from Buggiba to St Paul's Bay and on the other side of Salina Bay you will find few rocks/boulders. Qawra Points rocklands are found at the end/start of the ridge lines.

This is the southern tip of St. Paul's Bay.  A large Roman anchor was recovered from the sea in this area.  The profile drops slowly at first and the monotony of posidonia meadows gives way to a steep slope to 40 metres.  Here many weird-shaped sponges show their magnificence by the light of a torch. A large C-shaped cave often inhabited by brown meagre and bream completes this long dive.  The steep slope of the valley continues underwater.

The bottom is strewn with rock which must have been carried there over the centuries.  At the right of the mouth of the valley is a small cave.  The bottom falls to 30 metres plus.  The location comes to its full glory at night as crabs, hidden during the day, venture forth. 
Qawra Point |visitmalta.com (http://www.visitmalta.com/qawra-point)

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-bella-vista-apartments-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-bella-vista-apartments.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-swimming-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-swimming.jpg)
Qawra Point, St Pauls Bay - strange geology lines and shapes but normal gEUlogy lines/shapes for Malta

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/globigerina-limestone-intrusion-quartz-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/globigerina-limestone-intrusion-quartz.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-crater-chains-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-crater-chains.jpg)
Qawra Point, St Paul's Bay - globigerina limestone intrusion or transformation and also mini crater chain, erosion or EDM cratering?

Title: lines and electroblemes - Qawra Point, St Paul's Bay
Post by: electrobleme on August 24, 2010, 03:13:21

lines and electroblemes - Qawra Point, St Paul's Bay

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-lines-scubadiving-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-lines-scubadiving.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/electroblemes-dischargecraters-buildingblocks-tower.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/electroblemes-dischargecraters-buildingblocks.jpg)
qawra point lines (near St Paul's Bay) - lines and mini craters (or building rocks)

on the qawra point you will find strange limestone lines or ridge lines and mini EDM craters or discharge craters or EU building rocks (depending on what you think caused them) associated with them. these lines and mini craters are found in certain areas over Malta.

in the photo above notice how the line goes to or from the area of boulders on qawra point. 1 of qawra points own rocklands and it is geologically very strange that this tiny islet or point should have so many large boulders on and around it.

also the line here has a grouping of mini craters/electroblemes beside it which you find near the lines on the island but not in other areas (not that i have noticed yet)

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-holiday-complex-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-holiday-complex.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/salina-bay-qawra-point-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/salina-bay-qawra-point.jpg)
electroblemes at Salina Bay near the qawra point holiday complex

these mini craters (or electroblemes in an Electric Universe as i will call them from now on, similar to astroblemes) are normally found at the junctions of lines, around the lines and normally in groups of 3 or more. why should these particaly crater like electroblemes be found in those numbers and locations?

also you dont find just one type of electrobleme they have variety and its unusual to find the same type in a group of 3. are they not EDM craters but the birth of rock? the building of rocks at a starter stage that was stopped during the process?

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-apartHotel-buggiba-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-apartHotel-buggiba.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-island-craters-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-island-craters.jpg)
qawra point craters or birth of rock? found near the ApartHotel Bugibba

2 of the electroblemes with different formations

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-triangulation-rock-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-triangulation-rock.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/salina-bay-malta-rockybeach-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/salina-bay-malta-rockybeach.jpg)
qawra point triangulation rock at Salina Bay Malta

the third electrobleme of this group is very important and may show why these mini craters or building rocks or whatever they may be, are found here. at first glance it looks like a triangle crater or shape but then you can see it is part of a shape. it seems to be where an X has joined at one end.

the triangle shape is very important on malta with special line triangles being found at various locations including the ones on the lines at Pembroke rolling hill top (SnakePlissken for example) and also the Clapham Junction cart ruts triangles. also around malta some solid rock boulders appear to start as a V and thicken or the center fills up and forms a solid V or triangle shape.

does this X or bow-tie shape show how some rock or boulders are formed on malta? is this the start of how the other crater electrobleme in this group began? or are they formed by slightly different processes?

are they discharge points or where rock is being formed by thunderbolts form the gods? perhaps birkeland currents fixing on those points or jumping around?
Title: shape and triangle lines - Qawra Point, St Pauls Bay
Post by: electrobleme on August 24, 2010, 03:35:30
shape and triangle lines - Qawra Point, Buggiba

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/buggiba-qawra-beaches-swimming-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/buggiba-qawra-beaches-swimming.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-swimming-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-swimming.jpg)
shapes found on a limestone beach near St Pauls Bay

these limestone lines near St Pauls Bay (Qawra Point, Buggiba is a good place for swimming) form great shapes. these lines appear to be discharge lines formed when Qawra Point was formed or during a recentish Electric Universe catastrophe that struck Malta.

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-bella-vista-apartments-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-bella-vista-apartments.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-beaches-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-beaches.jpg)
strange limestone line shapes near Qawra Point Bella Vista Apartments, Buggiba

a couple of the lines intersect to form an X shape or bow-tie like shape, the ends connecting to form triangles. you can also see other lines connecting in the triangles

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/buggiba-beaches-triangles-swimming-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/buggiba-beaches-triangles-swimming.jpg)
Buggiba beaches great for swimming and triangles!

limestone ridge lines and smaller lines making up a triangle shape

Title: lines and triangle combination - Qawra Point, Malta
Post by: electrobleme on August 24, 2010, 03:55:57

lines and triangle combination - Qawra Point, Malta

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-malta-scuba-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-malta-scuba-banner.jpg[/img) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-malta-beaches-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-malta-beaches.jpg)
limestone lines and triangle combination on Qawra Point near St Paul's Bay, Malta

this long limestone line on Qawra Point, Malta has a number of great features. it has little lines beside it that look like electric dischage lines (lichtenberg or mega lightning strike) and also when you see the lines close up they make up a small triangle

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/buggiba-coast-swimming-triangles-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/buggiba-coast-swimming-triangles.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-mystery-circlelines-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/qawra-point-mystery-circlelines.jpg)
qawra point mystery circle lines

the thick line on the right is either joined or has a line coming off it that forms a triangle. with this line triangle you can see on the left a line/cut into the rock surface. this looks like an plasma arc cutting into the surface, like arc welding or a plasma discharge during a catastrophe event? it could also be a discharge along the ground. who knows!

Title: crater chains, plasma arc pitting or erosion? Qawra Point, Salina Bay, Malta
Post by: electrobleme on August 24, 2010, 04:12:42
crater chains, plasma arc pitting or erosion? Qawra Point, Salina Bay, Malta

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-crater-chains-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-crater-chains.jpg)
crater chains, plasma arc pitting or erosion - Qawra Point near St Pauls Bay

on Qawra Point there are 2 distinct areas where you can observe large sea shell fossils in the limestone. on the north east part where the gulleys/valleys can be seen in the seabed there are also lots of these very hard to explain holes in the limestone.

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/impact-crater-chains-earth-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/impact-crater-chains-earth.jpg)
mini impact crater chains on earth or Electric Universe geology?

geology would suggest erosion but there are many problems with that. and those many problems are the amount of these fantastic tubes/holes in the rock in this area. if it is erosion why have only those round holes been eroded away yet the rock a couple of centimeters to the side is perfectly normal?

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/crater-chains-erosion-limestone-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/crater-chains-erosion-limestone.jpg)
plasma arc crater chains or erosion of the Maltese limestone rock?

are these crater chains and holes the result of a plasma arc pitting episode during an Electric Universe catastrophe event that struck Malta? where they formed when Qawra Point was created or only during the discharge event?

Title: Quartz Line - Qawra Point, Malta
Post by: electrobleme on August 24, 2010, 04:35:19

Quartz Line -  Qawra Point, Malta

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-quartz-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/st-pauls-bay-quartz.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/sandstone-limestone-intrusion-malta-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/sandstone-limestone-intrusion-malta.jpg)
Qawra Point, St Paul's Bay quartz line and limestone intrusion

on the north part of the Qawra Point islet is a cliff/bay and cave section. in an Electric Universe these are sign activity and natural electrical discharge events. you would expect to find gEUlogy (Electric Universe geology) in that area.

beside it is an absolutely amazing line of limestone/quartz that shows where an Electric Universe discharge event occured. you can see the very distinct pathways that the lines take. the rock seems to be the yellow globigerina limestone compared to the grey limestone surrounding or between it.

if this is normal geology then how has these very sharp lines formed and why are large patches of quartz found on the rocks beside the route?

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/limestone-st-pauls-bay-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/limestone-st-pauls-bay.jpg)
crazy limestone St Paul's Bay, Malta

as you follow the path of the lines you will see where it splits into 2 parts, the rock in the middle remains the same and then the yellow globigerina limestone joins together and carries on

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/fault-lines-malta-limestone-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/fault-lines-malta-limestone.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/globigerina-limestone-intrusion-quartz-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/globigerina-limestone-intrusion-quartz.jpg)
fault lines on Malta? globigerina limestone intrusion and quartz?

at one point the discharge line splits dramatically and there is a large amount of quartz on the limestone rock wall beside the yellow globigerina limestone. does it also cover some of the quartz?

how can this be geology on such a small scale? why is the quartz only found here beside the lines and not plating or covering rock in whole area?

unless the rock and quartz was transformed into the different mineral from the powerful electromagnetic forces that would have occured during a gEUlogy event?

Title: mineral deposits Malta or EU transmutations- Qawra Point
Post by: electrobleme on August 24, 2010, 04:48:34
mineral deposits Malta or EU transmutations- Qawra Point

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yellow globigerina limestone deposits and fault lines or  transmutation?

on Qawra Point there are a number of areas where either a different mineral deposit has been made or the mineral has been transmutated by the EU (Electric Universe). you will find areas of yellow limestone and red limestone(?). there are also areas of large quartz deposits. these are found in areas of gEUlogy activity and that is how you can locate them, follow the lines and gulleys.

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/terra-rossa-red-limestone-sandstone-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/terra-rossa-red-limestone-sandstone.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/malta-maltese-fault-lines-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/malta-maltese-fault-lines.jpg)
terra rossa or red limestone/sandstone? found on malta

in a gulley where the yellow limestone above is found there is also a large lump of this red mineral/rock right beside it. how are they both found so close to each other? has the original mineral been transformed by electromagnetic energy?

(http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/malta-rubbish-tip-pyramid-banner.jpg) (http://www.geulogy.com/images/malta/malta-rubbish-tip-pyramid.jpg)
malta's rubbish tip pyramid

as this gulley approaches the sea there is what appears to be an EDM valley with the material being deposited on the side to form the white larger lip. one of the mantras of the Electric Universe is that plasma events are scalable, therefore, is this a similar formation process to the Jordan Valley and its steep sides/mountains?
Title: Re: Qawra Point, Buggiba
Post by: seasmith on August 30, 2010, 01:52:24


... in the photo above notice how the line goes to or from the area of boulders on qawra point.

What is the composition of the "boulders" ?


Title: Qawra Point, Buggiba and its rocklands
Post by: electrobleme on September 06, 2010, 18:27:13


... in the photo above notice how the line goes to or from the area of boulders on qawra point.

What is the composition of the "boulders" ?


sorry seasmith missed your reply

i only had a short time on Qawra Point so didnt get to inspect the boulders close up.

they will be variations of limestone but its what type or more importantly what "inclusions" do they have? there are a few patches of these rocklands and as the Qawra Point geology varies even though it is very small (some parts have lots of fossils showing while others dont)  i suspect they will have differences

what will be interesting is to see if the boulders match the rock in those areas and also to see if there is any quartz on them. i think there should be some with that bubbly yellow/orange quartz on some of them and of course other electroblemes.

the weather has been really windy of late so i have not been able to get back on Qawra Point but should be there this week :)

what would be really interesting is if you could "prove" that these boulders have not been formed or were under the sea. obviously these boulders can not come from "erosion" of the top of Qawra Point as its so small, normally in geology scree is associated with cliffs but i have my doubts about that in certain locations.

the problem is they are beside the seaside so the outsides will have salt water effects but will they show long term salt water immersion? will the insides have very little geological evidence or chemical signs of being formed in salt water?