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St Marks Tower (Qalet Marku), Bahar ic-Caghaq


St Marks Tower (Qalet Marku Tower), Qrejten Point, Bahar ic-Caghaq, Malta

St Marks Tower (Qalet Marku Tower) is located on a "rolling hilltop" point or an "island" connected to the land via a spit. St Marks Tower is one of the thirteen fortified watchtowers built by Grand Master Martin de Redin of the Knights Of Malta. The land St Marks Tower is located on has numerous puzzling rock lines. Some very thick, others very sharp. In between these lines the rock is very rough and pock marked.


St. Mark's Tower near the Mediterraneo Marine Park, Bahar ic-Caghaq. Natural rock lines or man encouraged?


Qrejten Point where St Marks Tower is located (near Bahar ic-Caghaq) seems to show gEUlogy. These look to be like the result of a lightning strike, a Lichtenberg Figure plasma discharge or are they part of the Earths power grid/exchange system that is still happening? The thicker lines do not look eroded or weathered. Is this because they are newish or the material they are formed out of is still being created in an exchange process, part of the XEarth?

Were some of these rock lines created by man, the Maltese Temple Builders for example? Were they used to harness the natural power of the Earth in an Electric Universe? Did some event create more or all of the lines and destroy/create the top layer?

It is not surprising to note that there were other buildings where the Towers of Malta are built. Malta is an island with ancient cultural remains and has been invaded many times. The modern buildings are very likley to be fortified buildings but could they be where older buildings first stood? Similar the the Christian Church building its Churches on "Pagan" sites of worship, energy ponts (Ley Lines etcc)?
The rock lines around St Marks Tower seem to go in its direction, close by and also carry on to the other side.


** St Mark's Tower (Qalet Marku), Bahar ic-Caghaq, Malta - gEUlogy article with more photographs
** Qalet Marku Tower (Saint Marks Tower), Qrejten Point,, Malta - EYE photograph album






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** thunderbolts TPOD | Earth Geology
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Qalet Marku Tower - "rolling hill" Qrejten Point
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2010, 20:07:44 »
Qalet Marku Tower - "rolling hill" Qrejten Point



Qalet Marku Tower on "rolling hill" top Qrejten Point, Malta


Qalet Marku Tower (St Marks Tower) is found on the "rolling hill" Qrejten Point. From the Coast Road looking across the circular bay you can easily see the ridges that snake across the rolling hill top of Qrejten Point.

rolling hills are a sign of gEUlogy, where you find rolling hills you will find gEUlogy. in some cases you will find stones, other cases water and rivers, sometimes at the foothills of mountains.

Malta has a few rolling hill tops in strange places and on the east coast the tiny islets just off the coast are amazingly perfect arcs. how and why can erosion create such lovely perfect arcs? or are they created by some form of cymatics or frequency wave?



discharge/exchange ridges or lines  - Qalet Marku Tower


Although these discharge/exchange ridges or lines do go either side of Qalet Marku Tower and across to the other sea side, they do seem to concentrate on the site of Qalet Marku Tower.



kinghts templers - knights of malta - malta's coastal watchtowers


There is also other gEUlogy to the left hand side of the tower or the north side.


Quote
Qalet Marku Tower, Bahar ic-Caghaq

On the first floor there is an inlet to an underground well.
Qalet Marku Tower | dinlarthelwa.org

Interesting that there is a well where the tower is, if it is for fresh water then was there a building there before and how is fresh water there?


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Qrejten Point = Cantaloupes?
« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2010, 12:50:53 »
Electric Earth = alive gEUlogy? Qrejten Point = Cantaloupes?



St Marks Tower and Qrejten Point - Cucumis melo reticulatus lines


In an Electric Universe things are happening now, that includes geology. Although this is obvious from being "taught" geology at school we tend to think of geology events happening very slowly and not really now. But in an Electric Universe gEUlogy has to be happening now.



C melo var cantalupensis - muskmelon


An Electric Earth in an Electric Universe would need systems/exchanges to make the circuit or its component part in the circuit. Do the lines/ridges found on Malta show that these may be part of the circuit? Were they formed from a catastrophe event but are then used for the XEarth? Or were they created for this purpose?



St Marks Tower Qrejten Point looks like a Cantaloupes skin


Are the limestone ridges or lines on Qrejten Point near Bahar ic-Caghaq still alive and active? When you examine the lines there appears to be very little "erosion" or wear and tear, they look very fresh. In fact they look brand new. The edges are very sharp and defined. This is the case with a lot of the limestone lines and rocks around Malta. They are very sharp and hard.

Therefore, the lines are either fairly new, or, very very hard, or, they are somehow maintaining themselves.



Cucumis melo reticulatus - Cantaloupes lines on its skin


Notice how the net like lines on the skin of these Cantaloupes make similar shapes to the limestone lines on Qrejten Point around St Marks Tower. In an Electric Universe everything is scalable.


Qrejten Point, Bahar ic-Caghaq, Malta



Qrejten Point, Bahar ic-Caghaq, Malta



Qrejten Point Malta and St Marks Tower


This is a satellite image of Qrejten Point Malta and St Marks Tower. There seems to be a discharge point or a "EDM crater" on the east side. The lines go across the island and connect between themselves.



Qrejten Point, Bahar ic-Caghaq satellite image


This closer image of Qrejten Point shows the lines that cross the rolling hill top. A lot clearer when you can see them in person!


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St Marks Tower - the sweet smell and sweet taste of sweet water
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2010, 18:40:36 »
St Marks Tower - the sweet smell and sweet taste of sweet water

Din l-Art Helwa  (National Trust of Malta) have confirmed that the water in the well at St Marks Tower is sweet water. This means it is not to salty and therefore "fresh" water that can be drunk.

Considering that Qrejten Point is surrounded on 3 sides by a very salty sea where does this sweet water come from? Is part of the islands exchange system, as seen with the lines crossing it, to create fresh water? Does the tiny bit of limestone between it and the sea cleanse the water? Does nature do its own reverse osmosis on the sea water?

Is this why previous buildings were there? Becuase it has a water source and therefore a power/energy point?


*** 15.07.2010 more info from Din l-Art Helwa: they say that the original use for the "well" was to be filled by rain water. when the Din l-Art Helwa restoration team entered St Marks Tower 18 years ago the pit was filled with debris and the run off or rain water feeder channels were never restored. so the water well is full of rubble and not fresh rain water as it was originally intended and used for.
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St Marks Tower - electric discharge patterns captured in rock?
« Reply #4 on: July 19, 2010, 13:20:08 »
St Marks Tower - electric discharge patterns captured in rock?



fulgurites (electric discharges/breakdowns) captured in limestone?


Are the amazing lines found on St Marks Tower electric discharge patterns captured in rock? are they lichtenberg figures captured in rock? are they a natural energy grid or exchange system? are they just showing natural energy lines that were or are there, but were somehow captured or revealed by the creation of the limestone lines during a catastrophe event that struck malta?

there does appear or was a grid/lattice on the island of malta, unless electric discharges occur at right angles? there are other examples of right angles and boxes/oblongs around malta, lines going in certain directions. these boxes and oblongs also appear around st marks tower as i will show later.



fulgurites in limestone? natures electric discharge in an Electric Universe?


on Qrejten Point where St Mark's Tower is found there are these lines. some of the thinner ones and even some of the larger ones look like lightning strikes or  electric discharges/breakdowns (electric treeing). what event caused these to be formed?



Ancient Destructions - Malta Tour! what caused or created these amazing and strange limestone lines? was it an ancient destruction event that hit malta? when did it happen? was it when the Qrejten Point was formed? did it happen during the Malta Tempest/storm (23rd November 1343)?



lightning frozen in rock? or is it a variation of the erebus ice tongue? are these electric discharges or energy exchanges in an XEarth? or was there an Electric Universe event and then the lines are used to exchange energy?



mount erebus ice tongue is near ross island in the antartica - energy exchange mechanism in an Electric Universe


what is interesting about these larger lines is that the ground beside them seems flat with less rock. you can see the grass growing either side of it. was the rock EDM'd away or are these limestone lines formed from the rock around it?

is this 1 event or 2 or more events?



negative or positive lichtberg figures - are these limestone lines one of these variations? on these grey rocks you can find what looks like positive lichtenberg patterns that can also be found on other grey rock around the island of malta



St Mark's Tower, one of the Knights of Malta coastal fortifications with electric discharge patterns captured in the rock?


if these lines are caused by erosion then why do the larger lines appear to be slightly isolated from the rest of the rock? why does this line have a smaller line in the middle of it? it is highly unlikely they were created by erosion but what other geology event could form these strange lines? is it proof of gEUlogy in an Electric Universe?

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