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Lake Anna Virginia, USA and Lake Anna Quarter
« on: December 23, 2011, 16:16:31 »
Lake Anna Virginia and Lake Anna Quarter

The Lake Anna Quarter is found above the man made Lake Anna, Virginia which is a reservoir. This image was shown on StumbleUpon when i accidentally clicked the wrong button.


 Lake Anna Quarter, Virgina, USA

It looked to me instantly like a crater lake, a rim shot crater. The curving upwards of the top sides towards the mouth is very interesting and so is the missing front bit which is also curved. It reminded me a bit of the Malta's circular crater Bays that curve upwards also.

If it was an EU crater lake then their should be evidence of gEUlogy in the area.



Lake Anna, Virginia, USA as seen on Google Maps

As the man made dam filled up the valleys the natural shape of the valleys was displayed clearly for the first time. The new Lake Anna reservoir valleys show a shape that is very similar to lightning strikes/discharges on the ground - for example Grand Canyon and even seen on humans.  This is because Lake Anna is an electrical discharge and why it shows the classic Lichtenberg pattern.


grand canyon usa and humans - both lightning discharge victims?



Lake Anna lichtenberg rivers patterns

You would expect with mountains and lakes looking like this to see gems and/or precious metals.


Lake Anna lichtenberg valley patterns


If Lake Anna or the valleys that form it were created by a massive electrical discharge or lightning strikes during one of the catastrophes that struck the earth then there should be other evidence around Lake Anna.

And at the bottom or top of the lake there is the smallest of blue lines showing an outlet or inlet river. In gEUlogy you follow the lines ...


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Bugg Island Reservoir (Kerr Lake), Virginia
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2011, 17:24:41 »
Bugg Island Reservoir (Kerr Lake), Virginia


Virginia USA electric universe lichtenberg discharges

A wider image of the area of Virgina where Lake Anna is found showing Chesapeake Bay which looks like lichtenberg discharge. Lake Anna Quarter is the red marker.


Virginia USA geology or lichtenberg gEUlogy

Here you can see the 'tendrils' or 'feelers' coming from the discharge that created the valleys where rivers now flow. The rivers are there because of the valleys, not the other way round.


Buggs island reservoir virginia lichtenberg patterns

South of Lake Anna Quarter there are more lichtenberg patterns seen in the Buggs island reservoir and other lakes around the area.


Kerr Lake reservoir Virginia natural lichtenbergs


North Carolina geology -lichtenberg rivers and valleys

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Chesapeake Bay and Lake Anna Quarter Virgina gEUlogy evidence
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2011, 17:50:10 »
Chesapeake Bay and Lake Anna Quarter Virgina gEUlogy evidence

In this post I will give myself 5 minutes to find evidence of gEUlogy activity that relates to this area. I will use wikipedia as it links well and gives the more boring stuff which is very interesting.

Geology

Gold mining in Virginia
Most gold mining in Virginia was concentrated in the Virginia Gold-Pyrite belt in a line that runs northeast to southwest through the counties of Fairfax, Prince William, Stafford, Fauquier, Culpeper, Spotsylvania, Orange, Louisa, Fluvanna, Goochland, Cumberland, and Buckingham. Some gold was also mined in Halifax, Floyd, and Patrick counties.

Mines in Orange County

Mineral, Virginia
Mineral was originally known as Tolersville,[3] but adopted its current name when it incorporated in 1902 due to the mining industry that supported the community. It was the center of gold mining activity in Louisa County, and during its heyday, there were fifteen gold mines located within two miles (3 km) of the town. A zinc and lead mine also operated in the area into the 1970s.

Chesapeake Bay
Geology
The Chesapeake Bay is the ria, or drowned valley, of the Susquehanna, meaning that it was where the river flowed when the sea level was lower. It is not a fjord, as the Laurentide Ice Sheet never reached as far south as the northernmost point on the bay.

The bay's geology, its present form, and its very location were created by a bolide impact event at the end of the Eocene (about 35.5 million years ago), forming the Chesapeake Bay impact crater and the Susquehanna River valley much later. The bay was formed starting about 10,000 years ago when rising sea levels at the end of the last ice age flooded the Susquehanna River valley.[3] Parts of the bay, especially the Calvert County, Maryland, coastline, are lined by cliffs composed of deposits from receding waters millions of years ago. These cliffs, generally known as Calvert Cliffs, are famous for their fossils, especially fossilized shark teeth which are commonly found washed up on the beaches next to the cliffs. Scientists' Cliffs is a beach community in Calvert County named for the desire to create a retreat for scientists when the community was founded in 1935.[7]

gEUlogy


BOOOM - thats what i found in a couple of minutes on wiki. Now a quick explantion.

Gold mining in Virginia - minerals are formed by high electromagnetic energy flowing through or discharge through the ground. That is why they are found in veins and layers. Also why they can be similar around the world but each area is slightly different due to the event surrounding it.

They follow beside the line of the mountains (Blue Ridge Mountains and Appalanchian Mountains) as that was the direction of where the larger current discharge flowed (that created the mountains).

Mines in Orange County - lots of mines around Lake Anna as it shows signs of gEUlogy and being formed by discharges

Mineral, Virginia - so named because of its amazing amount of gold mines and minerals

Chesapeake Bay - BOOOM - ria (drowned valley) the only explanation that geology can give because rivers/valleys are formed by water erosion or glaciers. The Chesapeake Bay valleys could have been carved out by a lichtenberg discharge and this would have meant that land below the sea level could be removed.

Chesapeake Bay impact crater - ! huge electrical discharges between the earth and the electric universe in the form of our solar system, a close encounter with another planet or meteorite would form a discharge crater. The fact that Chesapeake Bay is very shallow for its size would suggest an electrical maching instead of an impact.

Cliffs and Fossils - the area's minerals were changed virtually instantly when the big catastrophe struck - the deposits were not over millions of years or eroded over that time. The sharks teeth fossils and fossils are an electromagnetic effect that happens very quickly. This is why fossils and footprints are found in river beds, mud, why fossils can look like they died instantly in that spot - why a lot of them do not seem to have decomposed before they were fossilised. Also why do you get the massive groupings of fossils?