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circular bays, malta
« on: July 13, 2010, 20:38:30 »
circular bays, malta

Malta has a number of circular bays and semi-circular bays. The variation in size is dramatic. From some of the smallest circular bays that may be called coves elsewhere to massive circular bays. The formation of some are so puzzling that they geology suggests they were collapsed monster caves.

The thing with Malta's circular bays is that they have common features that defy geology logic. The sides of the bays rise up to a central point, similar to an angled horseshoe. Why and how do the sides of the circular bays, from the smallest to the largest have angled sides?

Electric Universe geology suggests that bays are created by events in the earths past, perhaps during the many catastrophes that have struck the earth. Some from of EDM or a concentration of EU energy/event that lifts up the sides and carves out the center?




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list of investigated circular bays on malta
« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2010, 20:39:49 »
list of investigated circular bays on malta

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Il-Hofra Z-Zghira, Malta (circular bay)
« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2010, 21:12:55 »
Il-Hofra Z-Zghira, Malta



Il-Hofra Z-Zghira, Malta - large circular bay


Il-Hofra Z-Zghira, Malta next to St Peters Pool (between Marsaxlokk and St Thomas Bay) is a huge circular bay. The bays floor itself is flat and shallow yet its sides slope upwards meeting in the middle where the upward curve flattens out.



Il-Hofra z-Zghira circular bay


If circular bays are caused by water erosion why has these bays been eroded out yet land beside and between them is "normal"? How has water erosion left some cliffs alone?



Il-Hofra z-Zghira and Il-Hofra L-Kbira, Malta



sides of Il-Hofra z-Zghira and Ras il-Fenek headland with its arches


the sides slope upwards and have caves or arches in them. were these caused by water erosion or by an EU event? if the caves/arches are caused by erosion why has it only eroded those spots? Why do maltese circular bays have similar sloping sides?





the central cliff top of Il-Hofra z-Zghira, where the upward sloping sides meet, appears to be level and also has the EU marker of red soil/rock. Is the red soil the result of the energy event that created this circular bay or is the red soil being created now?



Il-Hofra z-Zghira is near St Peters Pool

are the circular bays of malta and eleswhere on earth carved by Electric Universe events? how does water erosion create so many circular bays yet not effect land 50 yards away?



Il-Hofra Z-Zghira anchorage and water depths



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Ta l-Imgharrqa (in Mellieha Bay), Malta
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2010, 22:59:06 »
Ta l-Imgharrqa (in Mellieha Bay), Malta



La' Il-imgharrqa, in Mellieha Bay, Malta


Ta l-Imgharrqa (found in Mellieha Bay), Malta is one of the smallest circular bays or coves you will find. Although the opposite end of the scale in circular bays to Il-Hofra Z-Zghira it has the sloping up and down sides and shallow flat floor.



Mellieha Bay Malta


La' Il-imgharrqa is even more spectacular than Il-Hofra Z-Zghira if viewed through Electric Eyes. The rock of the coast line around it has a number of mini semi circular "bays" or caves. The coast line also has many gEUlogy things such as conglomerate rock and lots and lots of red soil/rock. This coastline shows many examples of Electric Universe geology in action.



Ta l-Imgharrqa one of maltas circular bays/coves


Ta l-Imgharrqa circular cove has a number of rock types in its small area. its top layer is the red maltese soil but inside the circular bay there appears to be different types of limestone



cross-bedded biosparite limestone, malta


the distinct yellow limestone layer curves around the back of the bay but does not appear to be seen in either side of Ta l-Imgharrqa wherer the arms go to the sea. there is a bit of geology about Ta l-Imgharrqa that i found but could not get the full extract and even then the text below actually comes from google and not the page below

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Perhaps the best developed occurs about 20 m above sea-level at Ta L-Imgharrqa, Malta (4281). It consists of a wedge of cross-bedded biosparite resting on
The geology of Malta and Gozo | sciencedirect.com

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biosparite (petrology) A limestone made up of less than 25% oolites and less than 25% intraclasts, with the ratio by volume of fossils and fragments to pellets being more than 3:1 and the calcite cement content being greater than the microcrystalline calcite content.
biosparite | answers.com

biosparite - A limestone  consisting of bioclasts together with a sparry calcite cement (sparite). It is the product of an accumulation of clean-washed, mud-free, shell debris, with diagenetic cement growth in pore spaces.
biosparite | encyclopedia.com

the fact that biosparite limestone is found at Ta l-Imgharrqa would increase the evidence that this is a gEUlogy area, fossils, concretized minerals and different geology to the rest of the area are normally found around EU event areas



circular coves/bays Malta - Mellieha


the yellow limestone seems to have been cut by the red soil/rock although it may just be where the cliff face has collapsed. is this where a smaller discharge or event occured?

also to the west side the yellow limestone and all of the rock found in its rear suddenly stops. the red west side arm of this mini circular bay juts out into the sea



Ta' l-Imgharrqa circular bay/cove


you can see the steep angle of the sides and how the go upwards, yet they slope down on the east side. this circular bay appears to be a bulge in the landscape. similar to a plasma arc blister?

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A small cove is reached at Ta' L-Imgharrqa, where you have to climb uphill and downhill to get around to the far side.
Walking in Malta | books.google.com




red sandstone malta - Mellieha bay


The west side of La' Il-imgharrqa is formed of this large red sandstone. How has the sea eroded away the entrance to La' Il-imgharrqa but left this alone?

Electric Universe geology would suggest that this mini circular bay was formed by a discharge event or as the result of an energy event at this location. There has been no water erosion although there may have been electromagnetic erosion



Ta l-Imgharrqa a place to anchor and swim in Malta


the above images show the east side of Ta' l-Imgharrqa. if this circular cove was formed by water erosion then it had to erode away a lot of rock. yet areas to either side are hardly effected.

water erosion has not even managed to erode away a bit of rock in the entrance yet it has removed all the material behind it?

circular bays on malta are formed by Electric Universe geology and not water erosion or other explanations that normal geology gives us. Ta l-Imgharrqa may be similar to a "rim shot" crater as its found on the edge of Mellieha Bay

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Pembrokes Circular Bay, Malta
« Reply #4 on: August 10, 2010, 22:27:02 »
Pembrokes Circular Bay, Malta



Pembroke Malta swimming location - red limestone and conglomerate circular bay


The most popular spot for swimming and snorkelling at Pembroke Malta is where a red limestone/sandstone circular bay is found. Along this section of "beach" (limestone rock of course as its malta) near the desalination water plant this circular bay stands out. Not just because of its shape but the amazing redness of the conglomerate/breccia rock it is formed of.


circular bay at Pembroke beach for snorkeling and gEUlogy - red sandstone


as with the other circular bays found on Malta it rises up slightly above the surrounded beach and rock. its colour is in a very distinct circle around it. what geology event can create not just the red limestone/sandstone but the conglomerate/breccia nature of it? geology will also struggle to explain the surrounding shape the rock takes.

perhaps this was formed by an electrical discharge in an Electric Universe? either as a discharge crater or an EDM place. It also has a rock in the circular bay where you can dive into the sea. A lot of craters have a spire due to the EDM process. the large rock at pembroke also slopes upwards, a classic sign of EDM cratering on earth.



pembroke beach and its red/white breccia/conglomerate rock


geology suggests there is a difference between breccia/conglomerate and the rock here appears to be conglomerate but is there any difference? geology is a theory and its theory leads itself to describe how breccia/conglomerate rock is formed. the problem is that the formation theory does not depend on what has actually happened but what they think MUST have happened.

how has all these large white rocks been mixed up in the red rock yet only in a very distinct area? there is no volcanic activity on malta and only sedimentary processes have been involved in the formation of maltas limestone islands. according to geology that is.



breccia/conglomerate rock on malta - limestone/sandstone matrix and clasts

here you can see the amazing striaght line section. the rock at the line turns from the red conglomerate limestone to normal white/grey limestone. and it is not the top that has been removed to reveal the colour as the red conglomerate is higher than the normal limestone and has lots of the white inclusion rocks (clasts) jutting out.



pembrokes most popular swimming area - a red circular bay - basically how it looks


it looks like the area has been transformed where it is located and has nothing to do with millenia deposits.



pembroke beach and red limestone


the line seperating the normal limestone beach and the circular bay red limestone is very precise. there are also some strange lines/areas that follow the straight line. there is a very flat area and "wall" that shows how white the limestone is deeper down. when you first look at it you think it might be an old quarry for rock but there are problems with that idea, although of course it could be.

also where the junction between the red conglomerate rock veers round towards the houses you can find a lot of massive quartz crystals. another sign of an Electric Universe gEUlogy event.

if you visit Malta and doubt the ideas behind Electric Universe gEUlogy and believe that geology rules then you need to visit this great circular bay. even if it does not impress, you will have a good day out at a great locals swimming place and its near paceville and st julians :)




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