Exploring Mysteries in the Middle East
December 12, 2011 in Spirituality
At the end of October, I wrote about a team of people putting together a trip to the Middle East. I had to be cryptic because of the sensitive nature of the trip.
The situation has evolved since then. Some of the team members have changed. A major television network is now involved. An investor has promised funds. A national geologist from the host country has agreed to arrange permits to visit the sites. The details are coming together nicely.
I still have to be cryptic. However, I can provide more clues. I can show you Google Earth images of two of the many sites the team plans to visit. I can also tell you the story about how they found them.
The picture in this article shows Google Earth images of two sites. The one on the right is an arrow, approximately 140 feet from end to tip. The other is a quadrilateral-shaped structure with walls ranging from 1300 to 1500 feet in length, constructed of pairs of what appear to be lapis lazuli blocks, each estimated to weigh more than 100 tons. In the midst of this structure is a circle, made of the same blocks, with a small white pyramid in the middle.
These sites are in the middle of nowhere. They are more than 75 miles from any communities and more than 200 miles from a major city.
The team has spent almost three months attempting to learn more about these locations. So far, they have not been able to find anyone who knows about them or who is willing to talk about them.
If that’s the case, then how did team find the sites?
I hope you’re sitting down because the explanation is almost unbelievable.
There are several people on the team, including a spiritual teacher, and an archeologist.
The spiritual teacher, who is an expert on the traditions of this part of the world, has been seeking ancient texts for many years. These texts are supposedly located along a certain path. This path originates from a sacred site. This sacred site is more than three thousand years old and could be much older.
A few months ago, the teacher met the archeologist. As the teacher told the story to the archeologist, a light bulb went on. The archeologist, who is an expert in sacred geometry, began to use the teacher’s information to run some numbers while looking at Google Earth.
They discovered the arrow more than 75 miles from the sacred site.
When they drew a straight line from the sacred site through the arrow and followed it out a few more miles, they arrived at the quadrilateral-shaped structure.
I’ll repeat that.
This straight line, more than seventy-five miles long, created with no margin of error, without any recorded history, goes from the sacred site through the arrow to the quadrilateral-shaped structure.
They found it through using ancient writings combined with an understanding of sacred geometry.
They found some other surprises too.
If all goes as planned, several of the team members will leave within the next week to spend two weeks exploring these sites. They have promised to keep me updated on their discoveries.
I’ll keep you posted on Peace of Mind News.