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St Paul's Island Malta and Quartz Island
« on: August 25, 2010, 00:04:54 »
St Paul's Island Malta and Quartz Island



St Paul's Island Malta is a small island of 2 parts, the 2nd is the smaller Quartz Island


St Paul's Island Malta is found at the end of St Paul's Bay beside the amazingly circular bay called Mistra Bay. St Paul's ship was said to be have been wrecked about its shores during his holidays as described in the Acts of the Apostiles. There is also the legend of St Paul being bitten by the poisonus snake and surviving.


St Paul's Island has some interesting geology features but the 2nd part of the island - Quartz Island - has some very interesting and surprising geology features.

 

Huge Quartz deposits and crystals with even a massive Quartz 'table top' that has to be seen to be believed.

Then there is the Dike Swarm which should not really happen on an island that has no volcanic activity in the past and is a sedimentary island made of limestone. How have these geology features appeared in very precise places and why do they follow patterns?



St Paul's Island Malta location near Mistra Bay and St Paul's Bay


The location of St Paul's Island Malta is very important for starting to work out how it was formed in an Electric Universe. It is between large bays and there are lots of small semi circular bays/inlets/land area's around it. Also the physical shape and size of St Paul's Island Malta shows some very strange geological features.



St Paul's Island Malta and Mistra Bay


You have yellow limestone with the grey clay line and blue clay only on one small part of it, you have the rock strata lines almost like synclines or anticlines that look like waves or frequencies (this continues into Mistra Bay). On the edges of Mistra Bay you will find an area of red soil and what appear to be limestone discharge lines going towards its edge, like fulgurites.

Also on the main St Paul's Island Malta there is a very interesting gEUlogy feature, a very small circular bay with the red conglomerate rock. Similar to the red bay at Pembroke. Although this one may have a line/tail coming from it like JohnPeel rock in Sliema.

St Paul's Island Malta is made up of 2 parts, one much higher than the other although not much larger in area. The 2nd lower island is where all the quartz crystals are found. Some of these are massive areas of quartz covering the ground and rock, a couple of them larger than a dining table top.

Why are the 2 islands so different in their geological features when they are beside each other? Should not the force that created 1 have created the other? Why does the main St Paul's Island have the yellow sandstone and clays but only in one area? If St Paul's Island Malta was formed by erosion then how does it form an area this distinct with sharp cliffs on most sides?

Was St Paul's Island Malta formed by geology or was it formed by Electric Universe geology? Is Quartz Island an earlier stage of the development and formation of the higher main St Paul's Island? Or is Quartz Island the lower end of the formation scale with the higher end starting at Mistra Bay down towards the main St Paul's Island and then to Quartz island?





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« Last Edit: February 22, 2012, 00:35:38 by electrobleme »

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Quartz Island - part of Saint Pauls Island Malta
« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2010, 00:31:05 »
Quartz Island - part of Saint Pauls Island Malta



Quartz Island part of Saint Pauls Island Malta

The lower 2nd part of Saint Pauls Island Malta is less visited than the main Saint Pauls Island Malta. The main island has the statue of Saint Paul on it and all the tourist boats stop here for 30 minutes so you can walk up the concrete path and have your photograph taken near the statue of Saint Paul.




St Pauls Island Malta and massive quartz table top found on the Quartz Island part

The main part was also inhabited and the last man to do so was a farmer. The lower island has not really been touched by man. This is brilliant because on this part of Saint Pauls Island Malta you will find massive areas of quartz crystals. Some areas of these quartz crystals are as large as a dining room table.


quartz circles, flowers, radial crystals and viens - Saint Pauls Island Malta


Not only will you find these areas of quartz crystals but you will find a lot of variations of types - from thick plating, large wandering veins, circles and flowers, radiating quartz, curves and what also seem to be like the start of stalagmite quartzes.



Quartz Island - St Pauls Island Malta - quartz crystals in large areas


How is this quartz formed in such large areas and yet rock beside it is untouched? Why can you follow the lines and know where to find the quartz when looking at it from an Electric Universe point of view and not geology? Why do you get so many different types and variations within a meter of each other?



St Pauls Island Malta - quartz in horseshoe shape


Does the Quartz Island part of Saint Pauls Island Malta show the evidence that quartz crystals are not replacement minerals or deposits over millions of years but are near instantaneous and very localised events that occur when natural electromagnetic events occur in an Electric Universe?

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Re: St Paul's Island Malta and Quartz Island
« Reply #3 on: August 27, 2010, 22:14:41 »
Thanks for all of that Electrobleme, wonderfull, and a one word answer is ...yes.
I will also say that the quartz will follow the geometry as such where overloads of incoming plasma will transmute what is there into quartz, and that globally this is where quartz and flints origonate from, and our ancient ancestors will have been able to follow the geometry and thus know where the flint was, and in circuler veins, hence why they tracked across the limestone and began digging the ditches.
This will have led to local consequences that will have been noted and expanded upon, hence henges.
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Re: St Paul's Island Malta and Quartz Island
« Reply #4 on: August 28, 2010, 01:35:19 »
Anyone know why quartz sand stays cool even when it gets hot?
http://beaches.uptake.com/blog/rainbow-beaches-colored-sand.html
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following the formation of quartz and flint
« Reply #5 on: August 28, 2010, 19:34:44 »
Thanks for all of that Electrobleme, wonderfull, and a one word answer is ...yes.
I will also say that the quartz will follow the geometry as such where overloads of incoming plasma will transmute what is there into quartz, and that globally this is where quartz and flints origonate from, and our ancient ancestors will have been able to follow the geometry and thus know where the flint was, and in circuler veins, hence why they tracked across the limestone and began digging the ditches.
This will have led to local consequences that will have been noted and expanded upon, hence henges.
Kevin

yep, totally agree with you there kevin. even if you dont know how they are formed but you just look at what you see and find with your own eyes you can follow the lines and areas. it explains grime's graves at thetford (on top of an EU blister hill or very large rolling hill top) and the henges. if they were areas of natural energy that attracted EU events then they would be natural energy areas before and most likely afterwards.

the large areas of quartz crystals on the 2nd part of St Paul's Island are found on the cliff edge between 2 small " cirular bays" or inlets - you walk along the line between them and find these quartz patches. i have not fully covered the island yet so will update on any other finds. i expect to find more on the north coast but perhaps only small patches on the south coast of Quartz Island. 

this may also explain why malta has the largest concentration of free standing "temples" or buildings in the world - on such a small, hot, very dry island. it was a very important energy nexus and still is. and will explain why you get all the gEUlogy on these small limestone islands.

i will also get better images but had to take these with a cheap underwater camera so thats the reason for the lack of quality

it would be immense to see and hear how a geologist would explain these quartz patches on St Paul's Island and also on Qawra Point. not just the "its quartz replacement" but an actual answer as to how these individual quartz patches were formed in the surroundings of Malta?


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littoral caves (sea caves) - St Pauls Island Malta
« Reply #6 on: August 28, 2010, 20:49:04 »
littoral caves (sea caves) - St Pauls Island Malta


sea caves (littoral caves) on a mediterranean island (St Pauls Island Malta)


in the south cliffs of St Pauls Island Malta there are a number littoral caves (sea caves). are they due to erosion or due to electric discharges?



Littoral caves (sea caves) on the west cliffs of St Pauls Island Malta


there are also very different caves on the west coast of St Pauls Island Malta. but both types of littoral caves are found where the strata curves. this is especially obvious on the west part where it has its own mini curve.

this mini curving rock area (a variation of an "anticline"?) in the west cliff is at a 90 degree angle to larger curving line that makes up the cliff on the south coast. how can they be formed beside each other at right angles?

as with most anticlines why does the strata or ground level above the anticline not also curve? why is it flat when it is not that much higher? how can the land above not be curved or reflect the curve below if it is due to folding land? anticlines like this would appear to show that anticlines or curves like this are not formed by folding land.



St Pauls Island Malta - Mistra Bay and the curves forming Mellieha Ridge


the ridges of malta appear to be formed of curves and perhaps are made of individual rolling hills joined together. is this the same for this part of the coast of St Pauls Island, Mistra Bay and Mellieha Ridge?

into or out of the littoral caves (sea caves) in the south cliffs of St Pauls Island Malta you will find a line. it looks like a fault line but could they be electrical discharge lines of the event that formed the littoral caves? if they are fault lines then they are vertical fault lines (maltas geology strangely has many of these, are they all gEUlogy) as they do not go out along the sea bed.



1st Littoral cave (sea cave) on south cliffs going from west to east



malta geology faultlines or discharge lines (EDM) on the seabed going into or from the cave



2nd cave - mediterranean islands and sea caves (littoral caves)


the 2nd sea cave also has the same line going into or out of it



3rd cave - littoral caves (sea caves) formation in europe



formation of sea caves (littoral caves) - limestone sea level caves - with vertical fault line or discharge line


there are a couple of caves here and they both have a line going into/out of them. the lines may not even go "in or out" but may be just evidence of the event and the cave or "discharge crater" may be the center point of the event.

if the littoral caves (sea caves) on St Pauls Island Malta are caused by erosion due to fault lines then why do you find fault lines without the associated caves? the land has been formed at the same time yet some of these caves are deep into the cliffs.

if the littoral caves (sea caves) on St Pauls Island Malta then why do you get 2 types of caves depending on which side of the island? if these sea caves are formed by erosion of the cliffs by the sea and waves then why do you only find them at either at the level of the sea now or above it? the level of the sea was meant to be much lower in the past but you dont find the caves lower down.

the answer is unlikely to be that the land has risen because the lower sea levels due to the last ice age was only very recent in geology terms.

these caves with lines going into, out or where they are can also be seen in other parts of malta, for example at Ahrax, Marfa Ridge near Armier bays the large blow hole cave where caves around there have it

 
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terra rosa and circular bays - Malta's St Paul's Island
« Reply #7 on: August 29, 2010, 21:37:38 »

terra rosa and circular bays - Malta's St Paul's Island


Malta's St Paul's Island - circular bays and anchorage for tourist boats visiting the island


where the 2 parts of Malta's St Paul's Island are joined together by the spit of land where the tourist boats drop you off to go walk up to Malta's St Paul''s Statue there is this out of place red conglomerate rock mini circular bay. on the other side of it is a cave that also has a circular front to it.



Malta's St Paul's Island - tiny circular bay with conglomerate red rock (terra rosa) - this is similar to the red soil and conglomerate circular bay at pembroke.


Malta's St Paul's Island with tiny circular bay formed of conglomerate red rock (terra rosa) and limestone. the circular bay even looks like a crater shape in the google earth images. it has the curving up and down top layer like the other circular bays found in malta.



Malta's St Paul's Island and conglomerate red rock (terra rosa)


what is interesting about this mini circular bay on Malta's St Paul's Island is that some of the terra rosa conglomerate on the left hand side of it goes upwards while the top layer of normal limestone at the edges of the bay curves the other way




curving terra rosa conglomerate on Malta's St Paul's Island



cave on other side of the spit connecting Malta's St Paul's Island and Quartz Island


this cave is about 20 meters on the other side of the island yet the strata slope steeply up the opposite direction to the terra rosa and circular bay. how were 2 such opposite geological formations formed very close to each other and with strata and rock so different?


Malta's St Paul's Island and its circular bays and caves


were they both formed at the same time but one is the opposite of the other? with Electric Universe geology you would expect negatives and positives, cathodes and anodes sort of things. is this what we see here?

or is the cave a developed or underdeveloped "mini circular bay"?
 
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Re: St Paul's Island Malta and Quartz Island
« Reply #8 on: August 30, 2010, 02:52:04 »

 Matt,

  I'm guessing those three line of circles in the water on the South side of Quartz Island are 'man-made'  ??

http://www.wogemaps.com/cart-ruts-tracks-malta/stpaulsbay-busewdien-cart-ruts-map.html

Ta,
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Re: St Paul's Island Malta and Quartz Island
« Reply #9 on: August 30, 2010, 08:01:42 »
yep tuna fishing farms

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the Quartz Island
« Reply #10 on: November 10, 2010, 04:07:53 »

the Quartz Island


Saint Pauls island malta in Saint Pauls Bay malta is made up 2 island. the main island has the famous statue of Saint Paul and is visited by tourists boats who march up to it, have their photo taken, admire the view then go off to the next place. the main saint pauls island has a number of interesting geology features and especially gEULogy stuff. they walk past the semi circular bay with its terra rosa - this mini crater bay has quartz around it and there is even a depression or small gulley leading to it that has massive quartz crystal areas in it.

the tourists dont visit the other island that is the east part of Saint Pauls island malta and are missing out on an amazing little island - Quartz Island. there are massive areas of quartz and some of the strangest combinations of quartzes and rock that i have seen, especially on malta.

geology states that quartz has to be a replacement mineral that occurs over a very long time. gEUlogy suggests that quartz is a very rapid event and is the transformation/transmutation of material in that location. perhaps also sometimes a natural electromagnetic plating of material from a different area or in the location.

the main areas of quartz on saint pauls quartz island appear to be between areas or points where gEUlogy (Electric Universe geology) has occured. these appear to be between small inlets/bays caused by an EDM event in the past. the main large areas of quartz minerals are on the north side of quartz island and on the south side, where the cliffs and small bays are.

why is the quartz found on the edges? quartz appears to be formed on malta when an electric universe discharge or event occurs to an area. through the current or the effects of the electromagnetic forces. or by the plating effect already mentioned. sometimes the plating effect looks like the quartz material has been extruded out of the rock and melted down the surface - the material may have melted and caused the effect.

was the quartz formed when the cliffs/edge of the island was formed or when the bays/inlets were formed? was it during a general energy zap or during events in and between distinct areas?

there does not appear to be as much quartz in the middle or on the east edge of quartz island, although it may be covered over and i have not explored it fully yet. the image above shows a line of the main north quartz area, although it extends further, it is just to show that there are options for how/why it occured. its also to help you find the quartz, not that difficult if you walk between the small inlets on the north cliff.

it would be interesting if a geologist could look at all the stuff i have found about it and even visit the island to see it in situ and then explain how it was all formed. not just a generic explanation but how the quartz on quartz island and the main saint pauls island was formed.

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quartz countertop - quartz island
« Reply #11 on: November 10, 2010, 06:05:49 »
quartz countertop - quartz island


on an island where you find lots of quartz amongst the FUR (fucked up rocks) the quartz countertop literally stands out by not standing out. quartz island is amazingly rough and yet this large area of quartz rock is very flat. how in a gravity universe can this have happened on st pauls island?


i am showing a number of photos so you can get the idea of how rocky st pauls island is and then this quartz countertop just lays there all flat and quartzy like. one thing to notice is that the shape is sort of triangle, sort of like the shape of england/uk - this appears to be a natural power shape or powergon.


as with most rock on malta it is very sharp and you will cut yourself to pieces. strange how this can occur to limestone that you would have thought would be smooth. it looks like it was fried and zapped.

the water bottle seen in the photos of st pauls island (quartz island part) is a 2 liter bottle! you can see how large and flat this area of quartz is.


this thick edge is nearly all quartz and has stripes/bands at the bottom. strangely not all of the quartz countertop is the same quartz and a band of it as well as the edges appears to be rock that has not been transmuted to quartz


the photos above show some of the differentcoloured quartz areas and the rock that is not quartz. has the rock been transformed to quartz during the same event that carved out the flat area? has the rock covered the quartz that was originally there? can geology explain what has formed and created the quartz countertop on st pauls island?

if the quartz countertop does show that the rock has covered the quartz then is that the end of geology? if it showed that the rock was deposited and shaped after the quartz. why would no rock be found on the quartz?

if it does not prove the top rocks were formed later and on top of the quartz then how and why does the quartz only do a thick layer yet inside the quartz countertop you can see more normal rock?



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cinder cone quartz - Quartz Island
« Reply #12 on: November 10, 2010, 07:35:30 »
cinder cone quartz - Quartz Island


this is an interesting bit of quartz and gEUlogy - there is a lot of variations in this bit but the main thing is the dark cinder cone like formations beside, inside and connected to the thick band of quartz. 1 of the cinder cones even has quartz on its top!

in the picture on the right a slice of rock near the top looks like travertine rock you get near hot springs - how has this rock survived in geology terms when all around it is being transformed?


more of the dark rock or dark crystal and quartz


view from crystal island to the main part of saint pauls island. the water bottle is a 2 liters bottle to show you how large this quartz area is and the quartz formations are.
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horseshoe quartz - Quartz Island
« Reply #13 on: November 11, 2010, 19:48:17 »
horseshoe quartz - Quartz Island




more quartz found on the Quartz Island part of Malta's St Pauls Island. This time it is a large band that is in a sort of horseshoe shape. This unusual shape and colour of the quartz is further away from the north cliff edge than the other quartz found on the island (so far). the bottle is 2 liters.



st pauls island quartz crystals (macrocrystalline)

you can see how the horseshoe shape quartz is flat compared to the rock around it and that the quartz even has been plated or transmuted parts of the normal rock

the end of the horseshoe quartz has what appear to be a couple of EDM craters. these are likely to have been part of the cause for the quartz (flow of energy in the area) or are a side effect of the EDM discharge



saint pauls island, saint pauls bay and the tortured rock (FUR) around the horseshoe quartz

again the horseshoe quartz rock stands out because it does not stand out in the area. the rock on Quartz Island is lethal, very very sharp - it really looks like it has been fried and zapped by massive electromagnetic forces and EDM.


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WTF quartz - Quartz Island
« Reply #14 on: November 12, 2010, 07:49:53 »

WTF quartz -  Quartz Island



WTF. Quartz Island is full of breathtaking gEUlogy things, they may not be on the mega scale but they each question geology and are another nail in the coffin of the gravity universe and geology. due to the very rough terrain you stumble upon WTF quartz and then come to a very sudden stop. WTF is this?

a very smooth rock face with a monster quartz banded deposit on top of it with the clay or limestone above it. the area/crater/depression it is found in seems like a man made hole because it is on an island with so much FUR. it is an absolute mind blowing bit of gEUlogy

why does the white material not appear on the FUR above the quartz?



the banded quartz line that ends or starts with a monster quartz crystal ball is found between very different looking material. the grey smooth rock is covered or plated with that peculiar white - almost coral like material - that you find around the island of malta.

the white material goes in a thick line into and out of the WTF quartz area. you also find red colour minerals in this and around this area, a marker for gEUlogy activity.

geology states that quartz is a replacement mineral. if it is then how can the material be replaced here but erosion, that easily happens to limestone, has not seemed to effected the rock above and below the quartz. no where on the island does the quartz stand out or up from the local rock. it appears to normally be lower than the main surface rock on the limestone island.



the 2 liter bottle of water shows the size of the WTF quartz with the WTF quartz between the bottle of water and the white plating. the monster quartz crystal is to the left.



the monster quartz crystal rock shows where the current flowed through the base material and was converted to quartz. you can follow the flow of the current or electromagnetic field round the corner and going off to the cliff side and the salt water sea.

if its all geology then why does the quartz stop going in the same direction, why do you have the monster quartz crystal rock at the end/start of the quartz banded line, why has the rock to either side not been replaced?

also note that the rock above the monster quartz crystal rock is suddenly oriented upwards unlike the rock on most of  Quartz Island



the quartz line goes from thick to thinner but also appears to show the 2 lines that lots of quartz on malta makes. are these 2 lines the 2 currents that flow from 2 different birkeland current type things or how the natural Electric Universe current flows through the land.

on a number of features around malta and gozo the quartz will be found in a "dyke"/depression but on both sides of the chanel. it looks like the material for those is converted into the quartz and that is why there is a gap. with the WTF Quartz it is slightly different in that there is not so much of a gap but the quartz is split in 2 parts - this is also seen on other quartz things on the island of malta.



the 2 parts of the quartz - 2 currents or flows of energy making a circuit or showing where the Birkeland current has moved along?

why has erosion not eroded the very different minerals at different rates? the quartz should be much higher than the softer limestone.  does this show that the quartz is a very recent thing and the idea that quartz replacement occured in the long ago past is not correct?



the ball of quartz size showed by the 2 litre bottle of water - you can see the banded layers of the quartz crystal. if geology is correct then why is the quartz material so defined and why is the slope of the rock so smooth and at such a constant angle? the angle reminds me of mountain sides that are such a great and regular angle.




more photos showing the st pauls island quartz crystal rock and surrounding minerals

is the rock above it similar to the Birth Of Rock area at Qolla Icke?




the photo on the left shows a distinct section of quartz away from the main quartz line. you would suspect that if geology is correct and quartz is a replacement mineral then quartz would normally replace horizontally and not vertically. why does the quartz not go along the whole horizontal line, why is there a gap then a small section of quartz that looks like it has been plated or melted on top of the rock?

why does the white material not appear on the FUR above the quartz?

has there been a couple of gEUlogy events that have occured here? is it just the flow of current through the earth or is it the flow of current between 2 Birkeland currents moving across the island?