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Hydro-Volcano

Post by Ilkka » Fri Sep 07, 2018 9:54 am

I found this video telling about the lost city of Atlantis and took a notice of the area, take a look:

It really does seem more like hydrovolcano than other things and it might've been some city after it died down a bit. If you watch the whole video it says that it has a water source in it.

Anyone else have that kind of eye for this "eye"? :D

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Almost forgot to mention about the other such circular mark at the west side of the big one that is also such a hydro volcano, if you take notice how the rivers flow in all directions outwards from it.
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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by LoneBear » Fri Sep 07, 2018 11:38 am

This is a close-up of the iris of the "Eye of the Sahara," which the Egyptians called the "Eye of Horus" or "all-seeing eye."
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Nothing to do with Atlantis--wrong side of the planet.
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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by Carlos » Sat Sep 08, 2018 1:54 pm

very interesting, thank you!
could be a dragon's eye.
but at least from a lizard :wink:

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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by Carlos » Sat Sep 08, 2018 1:57 pm

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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by Ilkka » Sat Sep 08, 2018 11:51 pm

Carlos wrote:
Sat Sep 08, 2018 1:57 pm
image15-eye-sahara - drachenauge.jpg
In google earth (for me atleast) it looks same like in the video. Different looking, just a circular shape much like volcano, but in this case I think it is died down hydro-volcano, sort of like geyser, but with cold water just shooting out off the earth with high pressure, thus the rivers around it. I wonder what it would look like when it was in action.
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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by LoneBear » Sun Sep 09, 2018 10:14 am

Ilkka wrote:
Sat Sep 08, 2018 11:51 pm
In google earth (for me atleast) it looks same like in the video.
You have to zoom out to see the "eye." It is HUGE--185 miles, 300km, from side-to-side. Like the figures on the Nazca plains, quite easy to see from orbit.
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Different looking, just a circular shape much like volcano, but in this case I think it is died down hydro-volcano, sort of like geyser, but with cold water just shooting out off the earth with high pressure, thus the rivers around it. I wonder what it would look like when it was in action.
A soil analysis shows magma deposits... now that could have been a volcanic crater that later started spewing water, eroding the system, but geysers do not tend to have a ring pattern around the spout (see geyser fields at Yellowstone).

The hydro-volcano model has been popularized recently by the Mormons, with their "UM" model (Universal Model). I actually spoke with the author of the theory a couple of times, since I live in the gold buckle of the Mormon belt. I pointed out a number of flaws in his theory and provided hard evidence, which was ignored. It seems the vested interest here is, like most Mormon projects, recruitment to their religion.
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Sat Sep 08, 2018 1:54 pm
very interesting, thank you! could be a dragon's eye. but at least from a lizard.
Given the size of the structure, like the images of the Nazca plains, that eye would easily be seen from orbit. Though this "lizard" is probably a bit more Sumerian than Inca.

I grabbed a recent Google satellite view... notice that if you flip it upside down (so the south pole is "up")...
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Eye of the Sahara
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Now compare the satellite view with the classic Eye of Horus:
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Eye of Horus
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The sand covers up features (changes all the time), but it even has the "descender" lines under the eye... cannot be a coincidence. Makes you wonder this eye is used so heavily by the NWO.
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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by Ilkka » Sun Sep 09, 2018 1:43 pm

LoneBear wrote:
Sun Sep 09, 2018 10:14 am
You have to zoom out to see the "eye." It is HUGE--185 miles, 300km, from side-to-side. Like the figures on the Nazca plains, quite easy to see from orbit.
I know and I saw another much smaller one right next to it to west and a bit south as well. That one looks more like just hydro-volcano, found here "21.016238, -11.834661"
Another Eye.jpg
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Sun Sep 09, 2018 10:14 am
A soil analysis shows magma deposits... now that could have been a volcanic crater that later started spewing water, eroding the system, but geysers do not tend to have a ring pattern around the spout (see geyser fields at Yellowstone).
It seems to have different layers of rock some softer than others so "normal" volcano first then hydro one when volcanic material died down after it got more water than it bargained for, I wonder if there are alot of salt (sodium, potassium etc.) around the place also, when going downstream.

Perhaps those white plains in the upper left corner of the picture above are salt flats.

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This picture seems very small, zoomed in can be seen from the satellite images in google maps at those coordinates above.
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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by Carlos » Mon Sep 10, 2018 11:09 am

LoneBear wrote:
Sun Sep 09, 2018 10:14 am
I grabbed a recent Google satellite view... notice that if you flip it upside down (so the south pole is "up")... Now compare the satellite view with the classic Eye of Horus:
oh yes, with this turn it becomes very clear.
Dragon Eye is also appropriate in the above close-up when I think of the pope's audience hall....

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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by daniel » Wed Sep 12, 2018 5:49 pm

Ilkka wrote:
Sun Sep 09, 2018 1:43 pm
It seems to have different layers of rock some softer than others so "normal" volcano first then hydro one when volcanic material died down after it got more water than it bargained for, I wonder if there are alot of salt (sodium, potassium etc.) around the place also, when going downstream.
I found this reference...
A 2011 multianalytical study on the Richat megabreccias concluded that carbonates within the silica-rich megabreccias were created by low-temperature hydrothermal waters, and that the structure requires special protection and further investigation of its origin downstream.
But I cannot help but notice that the possibility that this was an artificial structure is never even considered... especially since there is only ONE Richat structure on all of Earth and it is used symbolically all over the world by Secret societies, Royalty and New World Order.
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Dragon Eye is also appropriate in the above close-up when I think of the pope's audience hall....
Here's what I thought of Pope Benedict XVI... always some hidden truth.
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Benedict XVI vs. the Emperor
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There is a discussion on Dragons here. If you are making a reference to the ANNUNAKI, "amphibian eye" would be more appropriate, as the depictions of the gods that survive tend to show them as aquatic, upright amphibians with large, thick tails. Not very dragon-like--more like a sleestack. Actually, the description of angels in the Apocrypha sounds more like dragons, with them flying around like pteranodons biting people and making them sick.
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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by Ilkka » Fri Sep 14, 2018 7:10 am

daniel wrote:
Wed Sep 12, 2018 5:49 pm
But I cannot help but notice that the possibility that this was an artificial structure is never even considered... especially since there is only ONE Richat structure on all of Earth and it is used symbolically all over the world by Secret societies, Royalty and New World Order.
You know, I am thinking that could it be ancient nuclear test site or just bombed some city that was in there? You have breccia there which is large rocks mixed with small stones or sand, that are cemented together to form bigger stone/rock. And I mean the "real" nukes that were possible when gold was radioactive. Perhaps the explosion happened deep underground opened some canal for water to be released through the dig hole, later on.

Such an explosion might be powerful enough to fuse rocks together with each other, to melt them even, and they have found black rocks in there as well. I am no expert on the ancient nukes that were actual ones rather than modern nukes which are more like regular chemical reaction explosives.

What do you think about that kind of theory?
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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by Carlos » Fri Sep 14, 2018 5:42 pm

daniel wrote:
Wed Sep 12, 2018 5:49 pm
If you are making a reference to the ANNUNAKI, "amphibian eye" would be more appropriate, as the depictions of the gods that survive tend to show them as aquatic, upright amphibians with large, thick tails.
Yes, I meant it that way.
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There is a discussion on Dragons....
I read myself into this discussion some time ago. I grew up with the stories of the Basilisk (of Vienna) and the "Lindwurm". Today these creatures are for me gene experiments of ENKI and consortium ....

More than twenty years ago I came across Douglas Monroe's book "Merlyn's Legacy" (in the original "The 21 Lessons of Merlyn: A Study in Druid Magic & Lore"). In the chapter "The Dragon Island" this spell is embedded in a story:

Cum Saxum Saxorum,
In duersum montum oparum da -
In Aetibulum, In quinatum:
Draconis!

which in translation means something like that:
(sorry, I am neither good in Latein nor in English, fine that there are translation helpers)

With the stone of stones occupy yourself,
with the conquest of the mountains,
in the Fifth Age of the Dragon.

Merlyns Vermächtnis, Dracheninsel.jpg

In the "Workbook - Merlyns Teachings" you can read the instructions for this ritual, with this symbol

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In my summer nights at the campfire, I discovered this symbol also in the starry sky, beginning in the early evening with Arktur. Even before it really gets dark and the majority of the stars are visible all around, one star after the other rises for this very geometry.

Sternbild Drachenauge.jpg

I sense a connection in all this, but I cannot give any explanation for it.

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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by LoneBear » Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:37 am

Carlos wrote:
Fri Sep 14, 2018 5:42 pm
More than twenty years ago I came across Douglas Monroe's book "Merlyn's Legacy" (in the original "The 21 Lessons of Merlyn: A Study in Druid Magic & Lore"). In the chapter "The Dragon Island" this spell is embedded in a story:

Cum Saxum Saxorum,
In duersum montum oparum da -
In Aetibulum, In quinatum:
Draconis!
I read medieval Latin and the translation would be (approximately): "In the time of the great stoning, gaze upon the mountain of influence - pay homage to the Great Council of the Dragon."
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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by Carlos » Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:01 pm

LoneBear wrote:
Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:37 am

I read medieval Latin and the translation would be (approximately): "In the time of the great stoning, gaze upon the mountain of influence - pay homage to the Great Council of the Dragon."
Thank you very much for this translation! So the saying also makes much more sense in its use.

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Re: Hydro-Volcano

Post by daniel » Sat Sep 15, 2018 8:07 pm

LoneBear wrote:
Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:37 am
gaze upon the mountain of influence - pay homage to the Great Council of the Dragon."
Got to wonder if the "mountain of influence" is the Eye of Africa...
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Thank you very much for this translation! So the saying also makes much more sense in its use.
What I've noticed in mythology, is that you cannot translate word-for-word. Latin, like English, has phrases that have specific meaning that is not the sum of their words. Particularly when it comes to magical texts. You have to put yourself in the time/place of the person writing the material, in order to understand it.

For example, "water under the bridge" has nothing to do with water or a bridge... it refers to a past issue that has been resolved and is no longer significant.
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