If “vibration” is the behavior of energy, then the Earth should exhibit a vibrational signature. The world grid ley lines map shows the pattern of what some call sacred geometry vibrational energy.
Becker-Hagens Grid Energy Ley Lines
Many ancient cultures built mysterious structures in specific locations. We don’t know exactly how they chose some areas to build monuments and buildings. Many of the sacred sites are remote or challenging to navigate the terrain. So they must have had some compelling reasons to do so. We’ll examine a few of these sites which seem to have something in common.
Ancient legends talk about how some cultures could tap into the earth’s energy at specific points. How they discovered them is as yet unknown. Today we know the conduit of this energy as energy ley lines.
William Becker and Bethe Hagens popularized the placement of the geometric symbol of the Icosahedron onto the globe. They called it the Unified Vector Geometry 120 Polyhedron, or Earth Star.
Later, Ivan T. Sanderson (1911-1973) (1), a cryptozoology founder, discovered a common link between many sites worldwide. We doubt these ancient cultures had contact with one another. But a pattern emerges that points to the reasons they choose these specific coordinates.
This grid shows the relationship between many well-known archeological sites and areas of unexplained phenomena. Sanderson was the first to identify the 12 major points. The Becker-Hagens gird (2) shows the pattern that aligns them. We’ll start by looking at these twelve well-known sites.
12 Vile Vortices on Becker-Hagens Grid Map
Mr. Sanderson identified 12 areas he calls Vile Vortices. These are locations with strange and unexpected electrical and magnetic activity. The spots around these places are an unusual number of marine and aircraft disappearances. Sailors and pilots frequently report instruments that fail. So, today travelers still avoid these areas if possible.
Sanderson first presented these findings in an article for Saga magazine entitled “The Twelve Devil’s Graveyards Around the World.” This article shows significant places where we find unusual architecture or where ships and planes disappeared. The “world grid ley lines map” shows how these sites correspond.
“Science is defined in the dictionaries as the pursuit of the unknown, yet science today is coming more and more to insist that it not be bothered with this, and it has reached a point where anything that is not already known is frowned upon.” — Ivan T. Sanderson
1) The Bermuda Triangle is an area in the North Atlantic Ocean, forming a triangle between Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico. This area is well known for the disappearance of ships and planes.
2) Easter Island. It is where we find megalithic giant Moai statues. Easter Island is a remote location in the South Pacific Ocean. It is located some 2,300 miles from Chile’s west coast and 2,500 miles east of Tahiti. It covers roughly 64 square miles.
The Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen was the first to reach the island in 1722. Archaeologists believe that the statues represent ancient Polynesians. The moai statues face inland instead of out to sea. The exception is the seven Ahu Akivi, which face outward toward the ocean, perhaps to greet or scare away travelers.
3) The North Pole. The most inhospitable climates on the planet are the poles. These points are the magnetic anchors for the earth. The geographic North and South Poles mark the opposite ends of a central axis on which the Earth turns, and they are the focal points for magnetic energy.
Polar lights (aurora Polaris) are natural phenomena found in both the northern and southern hemispheres. Their scientific name, aurora borealis, is also called northern lights, and southern lights are called aurora australis.
4) The South Pole. Expeditions to both the north and south poles are dangerous ventures. Temperature and unpredictable weather make vile vortices responsible for many lost lives.
5) Karachi is where we find the ancient city of Mohenjo-Daro. It is considered one of the earliest major cities. Karachi is on southern Pakistan’s coastline in a natural harbor on the Arabian Sea. And it is where we find ground zero for the detonation of ancient nuclear weapons.
6) Hamakua is a region on the northeast coast of Hawaii. It is the site where there was once a high-energy volcano.
7) The Devil’s Sea, south of Tokyo. This area is known for the disappearance of ships and airplanes.
8) The Wharton Basin. It’s an area on Earth with great ocean depths and is yet to be unexplored. It is the marine area of the northeast quarter of the Indian Ocean. This basin bears the name of William Wharton (1843-1905). It is also known as the Cocos Basin, after Cocos Islands. Some call it the West Australian Basin because it lies east of the Ninety East Ridge and West of Western Australia.
9) New Hebrides Trench, located between Vanuatu and New Caledonia’s islands. Its deepest point is over 25,000 feet (7,600 meters). Who knows what’s down there!
10) The Megalithic Ruins of Algeria, located just south of Timbuktu’s city. Most of these structures are unexplored. Some are so unstable we cannot explore them.
11) The South Atlantic Anomaly. According to researchers, the innermost Van Allen radiation belt dips exceptionally close to the Earth’s surface, one of the possibilities why the region is so strange.
12) The megaliths of Zimbabwe. Home to supermassive stone structures. This site is about 19 miles (30 km) southeast of Masvingo (formerly Fort Victoria). The ruins’ central area extends approximately 200 acres (80 hectares), making Great Zimbabwe the largest of 150 significant stone ruins scattered across Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
Sanderson believed that these areas’ abnormal activity might be due to electromagnetic disturbances caused by hot and cold airflow.
As a result, when you connect these points with the world grid ley lines map. When you identify each location on the globe, you get the icosahedron symbol. This intricate geometric shape cannot be a coincidence.
As you can see, mystery connects all of the vortices mentioned above. According to the author and researcher David Hatcher Childress,
“we are speaking about an intelligent geometric pattern into which, theoretically, the Earth and its energies are organized—and possibly in which the ubiquitous megalithic sites are also positioned.”
The World Grid Ley Lines Map
Scientists Alexander Goncharov (3), Evgeny Morozov (4), and Mikhail Makarov (5) made an interesting assessment. They saw how to flip the icosahedron (6) inside out into the dodecahedron (7). Then you can plot these extra points on the grid. These align with the original 12 points of the icosahedron on the grid. The result is a worldwide grid that plots several significant monolithic structures and sacred sites. Again, this cannot happen by coincidence.
Many ancient cultures could identify these world grid ley lines. Over 4000 sites of historical and spiritual significance are on this grid. These sites include the Great Pyramid, Stonehenge, the stone heads at Easter Island, and Mexico’s sun and moon pyramids. It also links ancient mystical sites, churches, temples, henges, and burial sites. They are all built and align with a network of ley lines.
The Irish called these networks of energy fairy paths, and the Germans called them holy lines. Greeks called them the sacred roads of Hermes. The Chinese called them dragon currents.
Many other cultures claim they could even see these lines and build roads and buildings on them accordingly. Even Plato spoke about this in his work Timaeus. He explains the planetary grid as the synthesis of the platonic solids that make up “the ideal body of cosmos.”
These ancient cultures possessed knowledge that we lost with the rise of anti-intellectualism and organized religion. We are only now re-discovering parts of this knowledge. Some people believe this energy source is what Nikola Tesla (8) was investigating. He was sure that the magnetic field of the Earth could provide a free source of energy. But, his work was undermined and discredited by Thomas Edison, who developed a way to market electricity.
Sacred Geometry Vibrational Energy
Mathematics and geometry are subjects that intrigue many people. Geometry, in particular, is interesting because we can see it in action when we put sand on a flat surface. We vibrate the surface, and a shape appears in the sand. As we change the frequency of the vibration, different geometric shapes appear.
We can conclude that geometry is a behavior of certain types of vibration. These patterns are part of a larger scheme and lead to sacred geometry theory (9). Sacred geometry is the idea that geometric shapes are the infrastructure for the Universe.
The Becker-Hagans grid is one piece of evidence that shows how “sacred geometry” governs the physical universe’s structure. Sacred geometry vibrational energy ascribes symbolic meaning to geometric shapes and proportions. We can identify these patterns in nature. For instance, the hexagon is the structure of beehives and the dragonfly’s eyes. We find this design on many turtles. The spiral is another typical geometric pattern, hurricanes, pinecones, and the Nautilus shell.
Ley lines and vibrational geometry are patterns of life. For example, the Nautilus shell’s logarithmic spiral enables it to grow without changing shape. Similarly, honeybees construct hexagonal cells to hold honey. It is a perfect structural shape that can endure impacts and harsh temperatures. Ancient cultures ascribed particular meanings to these patterns for reasons which escape modern man. Here is a mainstream BBC news article (10) discussing the mysterious nature of these energy ley lines and the planetary grid.
How Can I Use This Knowledge?
Learning about these vibrational connections helps us see our relationship to the planet. You probably have felt a connection to certain places. You may have felt certain areas seem to emit positive or negative energy. If you live near one of the “key ley lines,” you may have become accustomed to the energy flow. Some people are sensitive to this energy. And they can draw upon it for creative or healing power.
Even if you don’t live near one of these energy conduits, you can still connect with this energy. For example, there are many practitioners of distant healing practices like Reiki. Several processes facilitate healing and spiritual exploration. It is not uncommon to find that many Shamanic healers trace their lineage to regions along these ley lines. Many use energy collection as an integral component of their routine health and wellness strategy>.
Transfer the concept of Ley Lines and vibrational geometry to the human body. Now, you have the network of alignment used in Eastern thought and medicine. The primary network being the energy centers down the spine, known as Chakras.
There seems to be a correlation between the world grid ley lines and the science behind sacred geometry vibrational energy. For a culture to expend such incredible resources to build on these sites is a strong indication they knew how to use this energy. Today people talk about how to raise your vibration. There are some ways to do this. We call it spiritual exploration.
Our bodies contain the essence of these intricate patterns. Perhaps that is why ley lines and vibrational geometry are subjects that draw our attention? After all, we are part of the planet earth.
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(1) Ivan T Sanderson, Wikipedia
(2) Becker-Hagens planetary grid, www.biogeometry.org/page103.html
(3) Alexander Goncharov, Wikipedia
(4) Evgeny Morozov
(5) Mikhail Makarov, Wikipedia
(6) Icosahedron, Wikipedia
(7) Dodecahedron, Wikipedia
(8) Nikola Tesla, Wikipedia
(9) Sacred Geometry, Wikipedia
(10) BBC News Article on Ley Lines, bbc.co.uk/gloucestershire/content/articles/2005/06/29/ley_lines_feature.shtml
(11) Joseph Campbell & Joseph Campbell’s book The Hero’s Journey, Wikipedia
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