Hello everyone, this is my first thread, so go easy on me.
This isn’t another “I had a dream” threads, but I feel like I should explain some background as to why I found this information striking. I had
a dream a couple of nights ago about moving to Alaska, it wasn’t normal landscapes either, more like “heavenly”. It was just a feeling of calm
and happiness. It was weird because somehow I KNEW it was Alaska, that feeling stuck until today I found this very intriguing piece of information:
The ancient landmarks, for a lack of a better word, are lined up in a great circle, and the lines cross at a point in Alaska.
Here’s the link I found it at, its all the way at the bottom.
I wanted to examine the area around that point, but that map is way too small. So I put in all the points in Google Earth and tried to draw the
lines across. I don’t think there’s a way to draw a perfect circle so the accuracy is off somewhat.
I’m still trying to figure out what’s so important with that area. I used the star function as well and the general area is surrounded by
-n Greek mythology it was considered to represent the vain queen Cassiopeia, who boasted about her unrivaled beauty
-was the first of the mythic heroes of Greek mythology whose exploits in defeating various archaic monsters provided the founding myths in the cult of
the Twelve Olympians.
But the biggest find was the Mothership sightings of 1996. Over 22 people witnessed a UFO “larger than a football stadium.” And guess where
this happened? Yep. Right in that same area.
Calling that UFO “football stadium size” is being conservative. Estimates range from 0.88 km (0.55 miles) to 1.8 km (1.1 miles) in length.
Rest of story
And thats not the only incident in that area.
Check out the Tagish Lake sighting from 1986, also within the area of error of my point of convergence.
So what does it all mean? Thats what I want to find out. I was curious what everyone else thinks about this or have heard anything in addition.
ALSO: Look at this
site. It really explains everything a lot clearer.
[edit on 21-9-2009 by afterschoolfun]