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MattEU's Crater - Mellieha Ridge
« on: August 14, 2010, 20:22:52 »
MattEU's Crater - Mellieha Ridge


EDM crater, discharge crater or impact crater - Malta, Europe - MattEU's Crater near Popeye Village

MattEU's Crater is either a EDM Crater or a discharge crater in an Electric Universe and is found in an area of dramitic gEUlogy. In the surrounding area you have a number of Wieds, ridges, bays and of course it is beside or part of Craterland where all the mini craters and other electroblemes are found.

Geology suggests this is a sinkhole/doline because there is no other geological explanation for this bizarre circular formation in the side of the valley and rolling hill. If it is a sinkhole why do the sides of this crater rise up like a normal crater (most "impact craters" also have the same shape") but the middle sinks?


Sinkhole, doline on Malta or an Electric Universe crater near other mini craters - Mellieha ridge



location of Craterland, Karen and MattEU's Craters near Popeye Village and Torri Ghajn Znuber


This crater near Popeye Village is on the side of a Wied. Wieds are Malta's dry river valleys. Wieds are an immense problem for geology on Malta. Malta has what in other countries are called dry river valleys, places that, according to geology, have to had been formed by massive flowing rivers that no longer flow there.

The problem of Wieds on Malta is that it is not big or high enough to have had these massive rivers. As Malta never had an Ice Age they have totally invented a "Rainy Age" to explain these dry river valleys. No joke. An alternative explanation is that the Wieds of malta were formed by EDM or electric discharges during a catastrophic event that struck Malta, Europe in the past in an Electric Universe. That is why you also get mini craters and other gEUlogy/electroblemes in this area.



Malta sinkhole or doline or EU crater? on Mellieha ridge near Popeye Village


When you look on google earth this Maltese "depression"/sinkhole/doline looks very much like a crater in the landscape. When you visit it it sticks out in the landscape even though it is a hole in the ground. MattEU's Crater makes no geology sense in the landscape. How has just this tiny part of the area sunk?

It is similar to the Bahrija Crater in that when you look at it as an Electric Universe crater you can then understand how it was formed yet the area around it can still be fairly normal although showing signs of electroblemes such as mini craters.





"rolling hills" around the crater and il-Hofra and Marfa ridge in background


the photo on the left shows the "rolling hills" of the area and also the curving slightly terraced side of the crater. the curving sides would be similar or a variation of the circular bays of malta.

you can see what how defined the crater is by the fact that although a raised road has been built through the crater the outside part of it is still flat enough for the farmer to not waste the space and grow stuff there.


small malta vineyards and terraced sides on Mellieha ridge near Popeys Village


grape vines growing in the vineyard and you can see the sloping arm of the crater on the right hand side. you can also see the roundness of the sides, a typical EDM/discharge crater effect.




EDM crater in an Electric Universe or a sinkhole/doline?


from the crater you can see down to Mellieha Bay



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MattEU's Crater - crater shock quartz
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2010, 05:40:05 »
MattEU's Crater - crater shock quartz



massive layer of quartz deposits or extruding/plating/transmutation of quartz crystals?

Around the area of MattEU and Karens Crater you will find areas with deposits of quartz crystals, some are relatively large for an island not known for its quartz crystals.

Impact craters are now famous in geology for its "shock quartz", which is a physical property of the quartz found under or around large explosions on the surface of the earth. Shock quartz crystal is formed when the area is subject to very high pressure but relatively low temperature.

Could the electrical discharges or EDM events in an Electric Universe that formed the craters on Melliaha Ridge have formed the quartz? Is the quartz found here a transformation of the local material or a plating of quartz crystals?

Chalcedony and Quartz have the same chemical composition of SiO2 (silicon dioxide)


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Quartz (named after the slavic word for 'hard) is the name for a group of minerals of the same chemical composition (SiO2) and similar physical properties.

Macrocrystalline quartz (crystals recognizable with the naked eye) includes stones gemologists classify as varieties of the quartz species: amethyst, aventurine rock crystal, blue quartz, citrine, hawk's-eye, prasiolite, quartz cat's eye, smoky quartz, rose quartz, and tiger's eye.

Cryptocrystalline quartz (microscopically small crystals) generally known as chalcedony, includes agate, petrified wood, chrysoprase, bloodstone, jaspter, carnelian, moss agate, and sard.

Gemstones of the World by Walter Shumann



quartz deposits in craters europe - deposits/replacement or plating/extruding/transformation


Has the quartz extruded out of the surrounding rocks and that is why, at MattEU's crater it appears to flow down one section.



quartz or chalcedony bluish white crystals malta


How can you get different types of quartz formed in the same area? Why does the quartz in the same bits change so dramatically? Geology theory says that quartz/chalcedony and other similar rock crystals are all formed in different ways but are they? Could they be variations of the same Electric Universe process? Gamma rays alter the colours of quartz.


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Chalcedony is used by gemologists as a species name for all cryptocrystalline quartzes as well as specifically only the bluish-white-gray variety, the actual chalcedony (i.e. chalcedony in the narrow sense). Some scientists ascribe only the fibrous varieties to the chalcedonies; the grainy jasper then forms its own group.

Whereas the crystal quartzes (rock crystal, amethyst etc) have a vitreous luster, chalcedonies are, in their natural state, waxy or dull.

Chalcedonys probably named after an ancient town at the Bosporus, consists of microscopic fibers, which are parallel to each other. Chalcedony shows macroscopically radiating, stalactitic, grape-like or kidney shapes.

Gemstones of the World by Walter Shumann

in the photo above on the left you can see that the white quartz or bluish white chalcedony is layered on top of the other layers on the rock. the bottom grey patch is the lowest layer and is the special pattern, that resembles a negative lichtenberg pattern, you find on the grey rocks of malta




EDM pitting on shocked quartz (shock lamellae) or man carved


the very large area of quartz on the rim of the Electric Universe crater appears to flow downwards or shows the path of the plating/transformation. the quartz or chalcedony crystals in this area have a number of different variations in colour and structure



quartz or chalcedony macroscopic radiating crystals

at the top of the large quartz section are this quartz are these radiating crystals. why does the area around it and below it not have the same pattern and crystal formations? Why are they a different brown to the area?

if quartz is a replacement mineral then how or what has caused these minerals to be replaced? they are on top of a rolling hill on one of the highest parts of the island? perhaps they are found where they are formed when transformed by an electromagnetic force that created the crater.







maltese quartz chalcedony minerals - macrocrystalline

quartz and chalcedony have the same chemical compositon it is just how they look and their structure that makes them different. this rock has a normal base but shows how the crystals are transformed or created in it. what geology force has actually been shown to create crystals in such a distinct localised area?



smokey/smoky quartz macrocrystalline crysals

are all the variations of quartzes found on malta, for example those on JohnPeel transformed by gamma ray events in the sky? the ancient people witnessed the tree of life or squatting man in our skies that would have relased massive amounts of radiation. Malta has its own squatting man and tree of life images found in its "temples".

this event also casts doubt on radiocarbon dating and other forms of dating that all are based on a newtonian solar system, meaning our solar system and planets have been doing the same thing for millienia if not millions of years and nothing much has happened.



gemologists would call these chalcedonys/chalcedonies a quartz or the other way round?


there are sections of the quartz that have what appear to be pitted or columns of rock and quartz in them. if this is erosion then why does most of the surface not show the same effect? is this where the quartz has been EDM'd or the formation process not complete?



large quartz crystals macrocrystalline, Malta, Europe


you can see the large crystals and the thickness of the quartz on one of its edges. yet not all the rock it is part of has been transformed. how does that happen in a geology universe?







quartz or chalcedony formation from impact craters or electric discharges/EDM?


below the pitted section of quartz is another section that looks to have melted down the rock. i can see no process of geology involving fault lines and folding forces that can create the quartz and where it is placed. also that would explain how the quartz has got on other rocks around the area.


WHAT IS "SHOCKED QUARTZ"?
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