As seems to have been true of all of Polyhistor's books, this work was not an original composition but rather a series of excerpts from the accounts of the leading authorities on Babylon id Assyba arranged chronologically so as to form two complete but separate


-Hello? Why didn't you tell me you had a family? Your father's nice.
He's not my real father.
People don't understand.
-Are you adopted?
Actually, I'm from Mars.
It's fine if you don't believe me, but that's where I'm from.
I'm a full-blooded Martian.
Don't worry.
There's no plot to take over Earth.
We're just dispIaced.
I can tell you don't believe me.
That's okay.
We're a big secret.
They even tried to hide it from me.
That man, my father, told me a story I was born in a concentration camp, but, you know, that's impossible.
And I never met my mother because she supposedly died there.
That's convenient.
Next thing I know, Morris there finds me in a Swedish orphanage.
I was five.
I remember it.
-That's incredible.
And then I got this one communication.
A simpIe order.
"Stay where you are."
-Are there others like you?
I don't know.
I haven't been able to find any.
Deception Island
Vent Sites:
Fumarole Bay
Telefon Bay
Pendulum Cove
Mound Zone
Stanley Patch (= Neptune submarine volcano)
active, confirmed
Max Temperature Category:
Mars face
temporary constelations of knowledge

Which is a sixth sense of the situation.
stone henge
How to see objects at a distance.
Multispectral imaging is being used for astrophotography, satellite imagery, and even in medical fields such as dentistry and ophthalmology. One emerging and fascinating use of multispectral imaging is uncovering hidden information found on medieval palimpsests, such as Index Actio Mundanis.
Did not see the wounds appearing in the sky air:
1. seeing one's "double".
2. divination from configurations seen in a handful of earth thrown on the ground, or by interpreting lines or textures on the ground.
pneuma akatharton
However there is still that window in that tree.
screen and glove

I convinced myself that I too was on the island however it was years after I believe. Being in this suburban house looking for my property that I had hidden before. It was strange because I had a memory of where I didn't my stuff and sometimes what. When I found it in the box was this plant. As I looked inside of it a spore of some sort jumped out, not on to myself but I'm the air, kind of floating. So I whacked it with my hand and once it touched me I began to feel it crawling everywhere. I thought of the whole scenario because seeing Ruth, who had a grey shaved head in my dream. I remember there being a meal taking place at a long wooden table outside but I don't think I partook. I was distracted by the insect that had been on me earlier. Soon I felt small insects in my face crawling from eyes. This girl I was with at the time told me not to worry about it, "Jack had the same thing happen to him and he was fine."
Craigslist Owl
One of Pindar's female relatives claimed that he dictated some verses to her in honor of Persephone, after he had been dead for several days.
after someplace
after the
after my
after my
after my
after talking
after a
after all
after sex
after all
after him
after i
after school
after her
after 5:00
after he
after him
after all
after her
after school
after another
after what
after i
after mary
after my
after page
after tomorrow
after a
after midnight
after we're
after my
after your

Its like watching an angel fall.

The bird fights its way out of the The egg is the world. Who would be born must first destroy a world.

I go back and review since I told us what was going to leave us.

Judith and Holofernes
Contemporaries commented on the near-public scandals that resulted on occasions from Scipione's possible homosexuality, reflected in his taste for collecting art with strong homoerotic overtones. In 1605, Scipione allegedly angered his uncle the pope by bringing Stefano Pignatelli, to whom Scipione was closely attached, to Rome.

Who hates margarine?
You said there were no wrong answers.
- I didn't say that.
- I don't hate it.
It was invented for Napoleon III because armies need to move and it never spoiled.
That's fantastic.
How did you know that?
I don't know, I just did.
Let's get down French army is number one.
And of course I was upset because I was waiting for Mitchell to call.Then Arnie tells me to cut the apron strings.
All of France is on fire.
globalization of business book
Common Sense binder.
Geryon Sketch
I've been to a few churches that have staircases. They've never been the ones I'm looking for.
By themselves, the senses, if correctly applied, almost always represent the object as it is in reality.

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EXT. EARTH - DAY (12,000 B.C.) The world turns below us, vast and slow. A RUMBLE. A (genesis) sweeps over the land. We move with the Landscapes slide by. Reduced by altitude to abstractions: river deltas, forests and flood plains. A raw natural world. No trace of civilization. The shadow glides over mountains and glaciers. Across an ocean and a pale beach. Over lowland plain at the foot of a VOLCANIC MOUNTAIN it stops.
In Pr. XXIII, 4, he named as possibly accounting for the medium's report of forgotten things:

emerald tablet
There happened in the borough of Cloera, one Sunday, while the people were at Mass, a marvel. In this town is a church dedicated to St. Kinarus. It befell that an was dropped from the sky, with a rope attached to it, and one of the flukes caught in the arch above the church door. The people rushed out of the church and saw in the sky a ship with men on board, floating before the anchor cable, and they saw a man leap overboard and jump down to the anchor, as if to release it. He looked as if he were swimming in water. The folk rushed up and tried to seize him; but the Bishop forbade the people to hold the man, for it might kill him, he said. The man was freed, and hurried up to the ship, where the crew cut the rope and the ship sailed out of sight. But the anchor is in the church, and has been there ever since, as a testimony.
fish symbol
I remember seeing those orange branded bags of bagels but labeled “bowery”

You can talk about everyday being a gift and stopping to smell the roses, but regular life's got a way of picking away at it. Your house, the shit you own, it drags you down. Your kids, what they want. One bad idea after another. Just trying to work a cell phone menu is enough to make you scream.
It's a song I know There's a science to walking through windows
first sync event here After I died, I began to surrender the parts of myself that were no longer necessary. My desires, beliefs, ambitions, doubts -- every trace of my humanity was discarded. I discovered when moving through eternity, it helps to travel lightly. In fact, I held on to only one thing my memory. It's astonishing to look back on the world I left behind I remember it all -- every single detail.
free masons
I first went over to the house and for some reason it felt like I was stepping into a gallery and I had just got a job to. Vacuum floors. It also felt like a gen where you can type in cheats to fly... I began to look up and watch this spacecraft in a distance fly around. It began to come closer and closer doing spins the air until it crashed into the same ground we stood on.
A fundamental question about the perception of time is whether the neural mechanisms underlying temporal judgements are universal and centralized in the brain or modality specific and distributed. Time perception has traditionally been thought to be entirely dissociated from spatial vision. Here we show that the apparent duration of a dynamic stimulus can be manipulated in a local region of visual space by adapting to oscillatory motion or flicker.
malta island
I will tell you why; so shall my anticipation prevent your discovery, and your secrecy to the king and queen moult no feather. I have of late-but wherefore I know not-lost all my mirth, forgone all custom of exercises; and indeed it goes so heavily with my disposition that this goodly frame, the earth...
vampire daily
Spike the hotdog guy died of a heart attack. I'm trying to find out when his funeral is. Just goes to show you can't take things for granted.
The waterfall in King Arthur's Court
That anything that tries to establish itself as a real, or positive, or absolute system, government, organization, self, soul, entity, individuality, can so attempt only by drawing a line about itself, or about the inclusions that constitute itself, and damning or excluding, or breaking away from, all other "things"... just as would one who draws a circle in the sea, including a few waves, saying that the other waves, with which the included are continuous, are positively different, and stakes his life upon maintaining that the admitted and the damned are positively different.
Palimpset Decoder
Jason dont put pine cones in the filter.

πολλὰ γὰρ πολλᾷ λέλεκται: νεαρὰ δ᾽ ἐξευρόντα δόμεν βασάν ἐς ἔλεγχον, ἅπας κίνδυνος.

Story is vast in range: new ways to find and test upon the , Here danger lies.

A scene from the Tabula Iliaca, bearing the inscription "Sack of Troy according to Stesichorus"

It is not by coincidence that archaeologists find weaving tools and side by side.
1. When it [the water] has reached the city, build a with a distribution tank in three compartments connected with the reservoir to receive the water, and let the reservoir have three pipes, one for each of the connecting tanks, so that when the water runs over from the tanks at the ends, it may run into the one between them.

2. From this central tank, pipes will be laid to all the basins and fountains; from the second tank, to baths, so that they may yield an annual income to the state; and from the third, to private houses, so that water for public use will not run short; for people will be unable to divert it if they have only their own supplies from headquarters. This is the reason why I have made these divisions, and also in order that individuals who take water into their houses may by their taxes help to maintain...
And it is quite an extensive lake and has this property, that if you take a stick of the wood that some call holm and others holly but is called acrifolium* in Latin and fix it in the lake so that part of it is in the earth, a part in the water, and a part rising above, the part in the earth will turn into iron, the part in the water into stone, while that which stands out above will remain as before. But if you set any other sort of wood in the lake, its nature will not change.
To stop and imagine the life of each stone.
diagramkind The Dropa came down from the clouds in their aircraft. Our men, women and children hid in the caves ten times before sunrise. When at last we understood the sign language of the Dropas, we realized that the newcomers had peaceful intentions.
church ghost
There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.
king list
Sepulcher: a small room or monument, cut in rock or built of stone, in which a dead person is laid or buried.

Adjective: not involving causation or arising from a cause.
In Jungian psychology, a synonym of synchronistic, i.e., related by meaning rather than causation
devianart In the meaning of art
jungBook An anticausal system is a hypothetical system with outputs and internal states that depend solely on future input values. Some textbooks[1] and published research literature might define an anticausal system to be one that does not depend on past input values, allowing also for the dependence on present input values.
dominos Synchronicity is a term employed to describe a connection between two events. These events are symbolically expressive of a need for compensation and integration of unconscious content into ego-consciousness.

Enter a Company of Mutinous Citizens, |with Staues,
Clubs, and other weapons.

1. Citizen.

Before we proceed any further, heare me ſpeake.

Speake, ſpeake.

1. Cit.
You are all reſolu'd rather to dy then
to famiſh?

Reſolu'd, reſolu'd.

1. Cit.
Firſt you know, Caius Martius is chiefe enemy
to the people.

We know't, we know't.

1. Cit.
Let vs kill him, and wee'l haue Corne at our own
price. Is't a Verdict?

No more talking on't; Let it be done, away, away

2. Cit.
One word, good Citizens.
A technical expression used in scholastic philosophy. Actus means determination, complement, perfection. In every being there are many actualities, and these are subordinated.
To see in actu primo simply means to have the sense of vision; to see in actu secundo is to actually perform acts of vision. The modern distinction of potential and kinetic energy might serve as another illustration: the loaded gun, or the engine with steam up represent first actualities; the bullet speeding to the mark, the engine flying over the rails, represent second actualities.
What, then, is meant by actio? As everyone knows, there is a great difference in usage between actus and actio. Actus is contradistinguished from potentia, and may be applied to anything that has emerged from the state of potentiality, whether it be a substance or an accident, an actio or passion.
Shakespeare's audience for his outdoor plays was the very rich, the upper middle class, and the lower middle class. The lower middle class paid a penny for admittance to the yard (like the yard outside a school building), where they stood on the ground, with the stage more or less at eye level—these spectators were called groundlings. The rich paid two pennies for entrance to the galleries, covered seating at the sides. The rich paid three pennies to sit in the higher galleries, which had a better view. The best seats were in the lords' rooms, private galleries closest to the stage.

(Latin for "Man the Maker") is the concept of human beings able to control their fate and their environment through tools.
painting Appius Claudius Caecus uses this term in his Sententiæ, referring to the ability of man to control his destiny and what surrounds him: Homo faber suae quisque fortunae (Every man is the artifex of his destiny).
Catilinarian Orations is a set of speeches to the Roman Senate given by Marcus Tullius Cicero, one of the year's consuls, accusing a Senator, Lucius Sergius Catilina (Catiline), of leading a plot to overthrow the Roman government.

Homo absconditus
"man the inscrutable"
Homo adorans
"worshipping man"
Homo aestheticus
"aesthetic man"
Homo amans
"loving man"
Homo animalis
"man with a soul"
Homo avarus
"man the greedy"
Homo combinans
"combining man"
Homo contaminatus
"contaminated man"
Homo creator
"creator man"
Homo degeneratus
"degenerative man"
Homo demens
"mad man"
Homo deus
"human god"
Homo discens
"learning man"
Homo domesticus
"domestic man"
Homo duplex
"double man"
Homo economicus
"economic man"
"to be educated"
Homo ethicus
"ethical man"
Homo excentricus
"not self-centered"
Homo faber
"toolmaker man"
"fabricator man"
"worker man"
Homo ferox
"ferocious man"
Homo generosus
"generous man"
Homo geographicus
"man in place"
"grammatical man"
Homo humanus
"human man"
Homo hypocritus
"hypocritical man"
Homo imitans
Homo inermis
"helpless man"
Homo ignorans
"ignorant man"
"investigating man"
Homo juridicus
"juridical man"
Homo laborans
"working man"
"the man who wants to understand"
Homo loquens
"talking man"
"chattering man"
Homo ludens
"playing man"
Homo mendax
"lying man"
Homo metaphysicus
"metaphysical man"
Pan narrans
"storytelling ape"
Homo necans
"killing man"
Homo neophilus and Homo neophobus
"Novelty-loving man" and "Novelty-fearing man", respectively
Homo patiens
"suffering man"
Homo pictor
"depicting man", "man the artist"
Homo poetica
"man the poet", "man the meaning maker"
Homo religiosus
"religious man"
Homo ridens
"laughing man"
Homo reciprocans
"reciprocal man"
Homo sacer
"the sacred man" or "the accursed man"
"bloody man"
Homo sciens
"knowing man"
Homo sentimentalis
"sentimental man"
Homo socius
"social man"
Homo sociologicus
"sociological man"
Homo superior
“superior man”
Homo technologicus
"technological man"
Homo viator
"man the pilgrim"
the journey of humanity - a consciousness construct that created everything that has been experienced in the past, present, and co-existing future. foundGod Henri Bergson also referred to the concept in Creative Evolution (1907), defining intelligence, in its original sense, as the "faculty to create artificial objects, in particular tools to make tools, and to indefinitely variate its makings. thrownPoet

first Minoan CD-ROM

The disk can be read in a spiral direction from the outside rim to the inside.
the researcher was able to identify three key words:

IQEKURJA, which may mean “pregnant mother” and/or “goddess.”
IQE, which may mean “mother” and/or “goddess” and which appears repeatedly on the disk.
IQEPAJE or IQE-PHAE, which may mean “shining mother” or “goddess.”

Phaistos - also Phaestos and Phaestus - was an ancient city on the island of Crete.
“The proof is in the pudding.” phaistoBoardgame

Used in healing rituals or other ceremonies in ancient times

Legal document

Farmer's almanac

Schedule for palace activities as well as a site plan description for the palace of Phaistos

Story of the journey of humanity

Symbols or messages from extraterrestrials who visited Earth thousands of years ago - stamping their imprint for future generations to find as they move through time phaistoArt
Portal or Stargate

Dioscorides' ambix (described in his De materia medica) is a helmet-shaped lid for gathering condensed mercury. For Athenaeus (~ 225 C.E.) it is a bottle or flask. For later chemists it denotes various parts of crude distillation devices. 1606 alembic designs
Alembic drawings appear in works of Cleopatra the Alchemist, Synesius, and Zosimos of Panopolis. There were alembics with two (dibikos) and three (tribikos) receivers. According to Zosimos of Panopolis, the alembic was invented by Mary the Jewess.The dates of Cleopatra the Alchemist's life and death are unknown, but she was active in Alexandria in the 3rd century or the 4th century B.C.E.. She is associated with the school of alchemy typified by Mary the Jewess and Comarius.
The primary source for the existence of "Mary the Jewess" within the context of alchemy is Zosimos of Panopolis, who wrote, in the 4th century, the oldest extant books on alchemy. Zosimos described several of Mary's experiments and instruments. In his writings, Mary is almost always mentioned as having lived in the past, and she is described as "one of the sages."
George Syncellus, a Byzantine chronicler of the 8th century, presented Mary as a teacher of Democritus, whom she had met in Memphis, Egypt, during the time of Pericles.
The 10th century Kitāb al-Fihrist of Ibn al-Nadim cited Mary as one of the 52 most famous alchemists and stated that she was able to prepare caput mortuum, a purple pigment. arabicMedicine

Autoscopy is thought to be a rare phenomenon in which a person visualizes or experiences a veritable hallucinatory image of his double. It may be more common than has hitherto been thought, however. It has no general pathological significance compared with its counterpart, the Capgras syndrome, where there is the experience of the object as a double, but it can occur in psychotic and borderline states and in afflictions of the central nervous system. Autoscopy has been known since ancient times but came into prominence only in the nineteenth century, both in the romantic literature of the double and in neuropsychiatric research.

disembodiment - an apparent location of the self outside one's body;

impression of seeing the world from an elevated and distanced visuo-spatial perspective or extracorporeal, but egocentric visuo-spatial perspective;

impression of seeing one's own body from this perspective (autoscopy).

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, How They Met Themselves, watercolor, 1864

The syndrome of subjective doubles is a rare delusional misidentification syndrome in which a person experiences the delusion that he or she has a double or Doppelgänger with the same appearance, but usually with different character traits, that is leading a life of its own.

The Earth
Asia (Oceanides)
Panthea (Oceanides)
Ione (Oceanides)
The Phantasm of Jupiter
The Spirit of the Earth
Spirits of the Hours

"met his own image walking in the garden".
Prometheus Unbound, lines 191-199

The Fregoli delusion, or the delusion of doubles, is a rare disorder in which a person holds a delusional belief that different people are in fact a single person who changes appearance or is in disguise. The syndrome may be related to a brain lesion[1][2] and is often of a paranoid nature, with the delusional person believing themselves persecuted by the person they believe is in disguise

Peace-Weaver Book

Aside from critical discussion regarding the poem's missing segment, scholars have more recently taken an interest in the poem becaus of the gender issues it raises. Women in Anglo-Saxon literature often play relatively marginal roles. Where they do appear, as in Beowolf, their gender roles are clearly restricted to "peace-weaving," an Anglo-Saxon descriptor for a good, aristocratic woman who mediated the hostilities of men either through words of wisdom and advice or through an arranged marraige as a pawn of larger political strategies.

The Norns by Arthur Rackham
The Norns are female beings who rule the destiny of gods and men. They roughly correspond to other controllers of humans' destiny, such as the Fates, elsewhere in European mythology.
The Norns spin the threads of fate at the foot of Yggdrasil, the tree of the world. Beneath them is the well Urðarbrunnr with the two swans that have engendered all the swans in the world.
The origin of the name norn is uncertain, it may derive from a word meaning "to twine" and which would refer to their twining the thread of fate. Bek-Pedersen suggests that the word norn has relation to the Swedish dialect word norna (nyrna), a verb that means "secretly communicate". This relates to the perception of norns as shadowy, background figures who only really ever reveal their fateful secrets to men as their fates come to pass.

The name Urðr (Old English Wyrd, Weird) means "fate". It should be noted that wyrd and urðr are etymological cognates, which does not guarantee that wyrd and urðr share the same semantic quality of "fate" over time. Both Urðr and Verðandi are derived from the Old Norse verb verða, "to be". It is commonly asserted that while Urðr derives from the past tense ("that which became or happened"), Verðandi derives from the present tense of verða ("that which is happening"). Skuld is derived from the Old Norse verb skulu, "need/ought to be/shall be"; its meaning is "that which should become, or that needs to occur". Due to this, it has often been inferred that the three norns are in some way connected with the past, present and future respectively, but it has been disputed that their names really imply a temporal distinctionand it has been emphasised that the words do not in themselves denote chronological periods in Old Norse.

sisters of fate
The three fates, Lachesis, Atropos, and Cloto; by Hans Vischer c. 1530 AD.


A stone which covered the mundus Cereris, a ditch believed to be the entrance to the underworld. Plutarch (c. AD 46-AD 120), a Greek biographer and essayist, still describes the custom of a mundus a being Etruscan origin, and has stated that it was used as a place where first-fruits were deposited. The Latin word mundus meant "world."

Underworld entrance
The Roman mundus was located in the Comitium. There were four sacred fig trees in the city, three of which were within the forum. A tree planted near the Temple of Saturn was removed when its root systembegan undermining a valued satute. This stone was ceremonially opened three times a year, during which spirits of the blessed dead (the Manes (Latin spells of antiquity were often addressed to the Manes.)) were able to commune with the living.

Sleep stone
The other stone was used as part of a ceremony called the auaelicium ("calling the waters") which sought to produce rain in times of drought. During the ceremony, the pontifices had the stone brought from its usual resting place, a temple of Mars near the Porta Capena, into the Senate. Offerings were made to Jupiter petitioning for rain, and water was ceremonially poured over the stone.


Thorwald's Cross at Kirk Andreas, Isle of Man
The homunculus is commonly used today in scientific disciplines such as psychology as a teaching or memory tool to describe the distorted scale model of a human drawn or sculpted to reflect the relative space human body parts occupy on the somatosensory cortex (the "sensory homunculus") and the motor cortex (the "motor homunculus").

The Jesuit Relations contain a Huron story concerning the World Turtle: When the Father was explaining to them [some Huron seminarists] some circumstance of the passion of our Lord, and speaking to them of the eclipse of the Sun, and of the trembling of the earth which was felt at that time, they replied that there was talk in their own country of a great earthquake which had happened in former times; but they did not know either the time or the cause of that disturbance. "There is still talk " (said they) "of a very remarkable darkening of the Sun, which was supposed to have happened because the great turtle which upholds the earth, in changing its position or place, brought its shell before the Sun, and thus deprived the world of sight."
The children of Loki (1920) by Willy Pogany
In Norse mythology, Jörmungandr, meaning "huge monster", also known as the Midgard (World) Serpent, is a sea serpent, the middle child of the giantess Angrboða and Loki. According to the Prose Edda, Odin took Loki's three children by Angrboða — the wolf Fenrir, Hel, and Jörmungandr — and tossed Jörmungandr into the great ocean that encircles Midgard. The serpent grew so large that it was able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail. As a result, it received the name of the Midgard Serpent or World Serpent. When it releases its tail, Ragnarök will begin. Jörmungandr's arch-enemy is the thunder-god, Thor.
Although the actual word "homunculus" was never used, Carl Jung believed that the concept first appeared in the Visions of Zosimos, written in the third century AD. In the visions, Zosimos encounters a priest who changes into "the opposite of himself, into a mutilated anthroparion". The Greek word "anthroparion" is similar to "homunculus" – a diminutive form of "man". Zosimos subsequently encounters other anthroparion in his dream but there is no mention of the creation of artificial life. In his commentary, Jung equates the homunculus with the Philosopher’s Stone, and the "inner man" in parallel with Christ.

The reason why this is a fallacy may be understood by asking how the homunculus "sees" the internal movie. The obvious answer is that there is another homunculus inside the first homunculus's "head" or "brain" looking at this "movie". But that raises the question of how this homunculus sees the "outside world". To answer that seems to require positing another homunculus inside this second homunculus's head, and so forth. In other words, a situation of infinite regress is created. The problem with the homunculus argument is that it tries to account for a phenomenon in terms of the very phenomenon that it is supposed to explain.
homunculous philosophy
The runic alphabet, in use for well over a thousand years, was employed by various Germanic groups in a variety of ways, including, inevitably, for superstitious and magical rites. Formulaic runic words were inscribed onto small items that could be carried for good luck; runic charms were carved on metal or wooden amulets to ensure peace or prosperity. There are invocations and allusions to pagan and Christian gods and heroes, to spirits of disease, and even to potential lovers.
turtles all the way down
To this the little old lady crowed triumphantly. "It's no use, Mr. James – it's turtles all the way down." GOT Throne
Ragnarök is a series of future events, including a great battle, foretold to ultimately result in the death of a number of major figures (including the gods Odin, Thor, Týr, Freyr, Heimdallr, and Loki), the occurrence of various natural disasters, and the subsequent submersion of the world in water. Afterward, the world will resurface anew and fertile, the surviving and returning gods will meet, and the world will be repopulated by two human survivors.
The twilight of the gods (by Willy Pogany, 1920)
It sates itself on the life-blood of fated men, paints red the powers' homes with crimson gore. Black become the sun's beams in the summers that follow, weathers all treacherous. Do you still seek to know? And what?




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Line of Ancient Sites

The Great Pyramid

29° 59' N

31° 09' E

6,215 miles

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13° 06' S

72° 35' W

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14° 25' S

75° 20' W

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Easter Island

27° 04' S

109° 22' W

6,224 miles

9 miles

Anatom Island

20° 10' S

169° 48' E

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Angkor Vihear

14° 25' N

104° 40' E

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Angkor Wat

13° 27' N

103° 53' E

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85 miles

Mohenjo Daro

27° 15' N

68° 17' E

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29° 50' N

52° 52' E

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6 miles


30° 57' N

46° 07' E

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48 miles


30° 09' N

35° 47' E

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Grid Point No. Latititude Longitude Energetic Quality Location Description
1 31.72°N 31.20°E B; MRP On the Egyptian continental shelf, in the Mediterranean Sea at approximately the midpoint between the two outlets of the Nile at Masabb Rashid and Masabb Dumyat
2 56.62°N 67.20°E B On the Sozh Rivereast of Gomel, at the boundary junction of three Soviet republics - Ukraine, Bellorussia, and Russia
3 58.28°N 103.20°E H In the MArshy lowlands just west of Tobolsk
4 52.62°N 139.20°E B In the lowlands north of the southern tip of Lake Baykal, at the edge of highlands
5 58.28°N 175.20°E H In the highlands along the coast of the Sea of Okhotsk
6 52.62°N 148.80°W B Slightly east of Attu at the western tip of the Aleutian Islands
7 58.28°N 112.80°W H Edge of the continental shelf in the Gulf of Alaska
8 52.62°N 76.80°W B Buffalo Lake, Alberta, at the edge of highlands in lowlands
9 58.58°N 40.80°W H Just east of Port Harrison on Hudson's Bay
10 52.62°N 4.80°W B Gibbs Fracture Zone
11 58.28°N 67.20°E C; MRP, VV Loch More on the west coast of Scotland
12 26.57°N 67.20°E B; MRP On the edge of the Kirthar Range bordering the Indus River Valley, directly north of Karachi
13 31.72°N 103.20°E C; MRP, VV At the east edge of the Himalayas in Szechuan Province, just west of the Jiuding Sham summit
14 26.57°N 139.20°E B; MRP At the intersection of Kydshu Palau Ridge, the Mariana Ridge, and the Iwo Jima Ridge
15 31.72°N 175.20°E C; MRP, VV At the intersection of Hess Plateau, the Hawaiian Ridge, and the Emperor Seamounts
16 26.57°N 148.80°W B; MRP Northeast of Hawaii, midway between the Murray Fracture Zone and the Molokai Fracture Zone
17 31.72°N 112.80°W C; MRP, VV Cerro Cubabi, a highpoint just south of the US/Mexico border near Sonoita and lava fields
18 26.57°N 76.80°W C; MRP, VV Edge of continental shelf near Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas
19 31.72°N 40.80°W B; MRP Atlantis Fracture Zone
20 26.67°N 4.80°W C; MRP, VV In El Eglab, a highland peninsula at the edge of the Sahara Desert sand dunes
21 10.81°N 31.20°E H Sudan Highlands, at the edge of White Nile marshfields
22 49.20°E B Somali Abyssal Plain
23 10.81°S 67.20°E H Vema Trench (in the Indian Ocean) at the intersection of the Mascarene Ridge, the Carlsberg Ridge, and Maldive Ridge into the Midlndian Ridge
24 85.20°E B Ceylon Abyssal Plain
25 10.81°N 103.20°E H Kompong Som, a natural bay on the southern coast of Cambodia southwest of Phnom Penh
26 121.20°E B At the midpoint of Teluk, Tomini, a bay in the northern area of Sulawesi
27 10.81°S 139.20°E H Midpoint of the mouth of the Gulf of Carpentanria
28 157.20°E B Center of the Solomon Plateau
29 10.81°N 175.20°E H Midpoint of the abyssal plain between Marshall Islands, Mid-Pacific Mountains, and the Magellan Plateau
30 166.80°W B Nova Canton Trough
31 10.81°S 148.80°W H Society Islands
32 130.80°W B Galapagos Fracture Zone
33 10.81°N 112.80°W H East end of the Clipperton Fracture Zone
34 94.80°W B Junction of the Coes Ridge and the Carnegie Ridge, just west of the Galapagos Islands
35 10.81°S 76.80°W H Lake Punrrum in Peruvian coastal highlands
36 58.80°W B State of Amazonas at tip of minor watershed highlands
37 10.81°N   H Vema Fracture Zone
38   B Romanche Fracture Zone
39 10.81°S   H Edge of Mid-Atlantic Ridge in the Angola Basin, just southeast of Ascension Fracture Zone
40   B Gabon highlands, at the intersection of three borders
41 26.57°   C; MRP, VV L'uyengo on the Usutu River in Swaziland
42 31.72°S   B; MRP Intersection of the Mid-Indian Ridge with the Southwest Indian Ridge
43 26.57°S   C; MRP, VV Tip of the Wallabi Plateau
44 31.72°S   B; MRP In a lowland area just east of St. Mary Peak (highest point in the area) and the north east ofSpencer Gulf
45 26.57°S   C; MRP, VV At the edge of the Hebrides Trench, just southwest of the Fiji Islands
46 31.72°S   B; MRP Undifferentiated South Pacific Ocean
47 26.57°S   C; MRP, VV Easter Island Fracture Zone
48 31.72°S   B; MRP Naca Plate
49 26.57°S   C; MRP, VV In deep ocean, at the edge of continental shelf, southeast of Rio de Janeiro
50 31.72°S   B; MRP Walvis Ridge
51 58.28°S   B Enderby Abyssal Plain
52 52.62°S   H Keruelen Plateau
53 58.28°S   B Ocean floor, midway between Kerguelen Abyssal Plain and Wilkes Abyssal Plain
54 52.62°S   H Kangaroo Fracture Zone
55 58.28°S   B Edge of Scott Fracture Zone
56 52.62°S   H Undintsev Fracture Zone
57 58.28°S   B Eltanin Fracture Zone
58 52.62°S   H South American tip, at the edge of the Haeckel Deep
59 58.28°S   B South Sandwich Fracture Zone
60 52.62°S   H Boivet Fracture Zone
61 90°N   C  
62 90°S   C  

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