a reply to: pigsy2400
Ignoring military completely.
I'm not sure where science is on this, so "believe it or not".
Okay. Picture within the magnetic landscape a horizontal plane with nine "nodes" forming a regular polygon.
Add the same above and below to get three stacked horizontal polygons.
Next a single node above and below the three polygons.
Sorta like a double ended crystal structure some fifty nautical miles across and over a hundred tall half burried in the ground. The distance between
upper and lower polygons is about a hundred nautical miles.
The three horizontal polygons each form a two dimensional surface having length and width only with zero height.
Like how the surface of a pond is between the water and the air.
I use the term "magnetic" because this structure is close enough to (I think) be affected by RADAR, EM etc..
The other side of the surfaces are difficult to describe so I'll borrow from Relativity. (Sorry phage : (
The structure is in three dimensions of length width and height. If the fourth dimension is "time" and we define time as motion/inertia, then the
structure has four dimensions.
If we consider inertia as inheritable from the cosmos around us, we can understand that by engaging and disengaging external inherited inertia we can
play with the linearity of time.
On the other side of the surface it is only really the earth's inherant inertia that exists. Whereas we, on this side have inherited the sun's
inertia which has inherited the galaxie's inertia and so on which is affected by other planetary bodies (gravity).
The folks over there in "a less linear time than here" have the knack of operating the "machinery" there to engage inertia and disengage inertia.
A crappy explanation but it is the best I can do on how this stuff works.
There is more than one of these. One in England I believe and another near the Swiss border, central Oz which might be the "Olgas" I would guess and
Maybe people shouldn't use RADAR and EMFs near these places, those things might be disturbing these surfaces making coming and going a bit bumpy for
There ya go pigsy, just for you.
I'd better step back so the thread can get back on purpose.
edit on 15-4-2019 by AlanHenderson because: Accuracies