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Victoria Lines, Malta and the Great Fault line/escarpment


Malta's Victoria Lines, start or finish carpark at Madliena/Gharghur

Malta's Victoria Lines are British built defensive fortifications on the island of Malta. These fortified walls run along the Great Fault line and its escarpment that rises up from the land and cuts Malta in half.

At one end of the Malta's Victoria Lines and the Great Fault line is the stunning Fomm Ir-Rih Bay with a huge syncline.

At the other end of Malta's Victoria Lines is another puzzling gEUlogy area that is also part of the Great  Fault line/escarpment. The Wieds (Maltese for Valley) were meant to be created by water/river erosion. The problem is that Malta's environment is dry, it does rain and when it does it is heavy but there is not enough rain to have eroded away such valleys. One geology answer for this problem is that when the rest of the area had an Ice Age, Malta had a Rainy Age. There are no rivers on Malta, there are a couple of small trickling streams.

Or was the geology of Malta created by the Electric Universe? Were these Wieds/Valleys not caused by rivers but by gEUlogy EDM?

** Victoria Lines, Malta and the Great Fault line/escarpment - website article, links, video and photographs
** Victoria Lines, Malta and the Great Fault line/escarpment geology - photographs album

** The Maltese Victoria Lines - The Maltese Victoria Lines
** The Maltese Victoria Lines - The Dwerja Lines to Bingemma Gap section






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Malta's Victoria Lines (Madliena/Ghargur) "Dry River Valley" or EDM?
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2010, 01:40:30 »
Malta's Victoria Lines - Madliena/Ghargur "Dry River Valley" or EDM?


Malta's Victoria Lines and Wied il-Faham - Dry River Valley, Water Gap or EDM in the EU?

The Great Fault line/escarpment rises out of the plains and is a spectacular sight on a limestone island. Geologically puzzling Dry River Wieds or Dry River Valley cut into it at its edge. These Wieds have created the Gaps of Malta, Ghargur, Naxxar, Bingemma for example.

The Ghargur Gap between the start of Malta's Victoria Lines at Madliena Hieghts and Ghargur is known as Wied il-Faham. This Dry River Valley turns sharply while cutting through rock. How did it cut through the escarpment when the escarpment is so high? Also at the end where it comes out at Bahar ic-Caghaq you can not find any significant sign of a river bed/mouth. Its as if the river, having cut through the massive limestone ridge, just stopped once it had gone through. There is the smallest of water outlets but nothing showing signs of immense amounts of water washing rock away, or, even depositing all that material that must have gone somewhere.


Malta's Victoria Lines uses the natural angle of the rock to climb upwards at Madliena Heights

You can see how the rock angles upwards alongside Wied il-Faham. This is close to the mouth pointing towards Bahar ic-Caghaq. If this is geology then it shows that the rocks have been pushed upwards greatly. While this was happening the water eroding the large valley would have to keep flowing. It would have to erode away at a greater rate than the Great Fault was being pushed upwards, the same as a "Water Gap".

If the water did not have to do this and came after the Great Fault escarpment was pushed up then how on earth did it do it? Where would water get such power from in such a short distance? How did the water go through the escarpment?


Ghargur Bridge and Gap - Malta's reason why it had a Rainy Age instead of an Ice Age. Is there another explanation?

Why does the Dry River Valley not cut through Madliena Heights? It goes towards where Madliena Fort is located but veers sideways. How has it cut/eroded such a wide top area but then narrow down? If you manage to walk through Wied il-Faham itself from the Victoris Lines up to Ghargur Bridge you will be surprised how narrow it can get. At one point it is less than 2 meters wide.

If you are into gEUlogy and see possible dead craters everywhere then, where the bridge crosses Ghargur Gap, there looks to be a EDM crater. This Dry River Valley opens out into a circular area then past the bridge either way it goes back to being narrow again.

The other end of Wied il-Faham comes out much lower than the hills around it again. Wied il-Faham is very short but sharp. Where did all the water come from to do this? How can it go through the escarpment when each end is as high as you can get on Malta? Is Wied il-Faham a "Water Gap"?

No Geology explanation makes logical sense, not when you look at the land and its history. Can Electric Universe geology start to explain what you can actually see, not what you are told you see? Was Malta formed by Geology or gEUlogy in an Electric Universe?

** Malta's Victoria Lines - Ghargur/Madliena "Wied il-Faham" - article
** Malta's Victoria Lines - Ghargur/Madliena "Wied il-Faham" - photographs album

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