The above image outlines 6 points on the Australian Continent that reference to the human reproductive system. Briefly put these are:
1. Earth’s female germ-line DNA – King Sound and Fitzroy River. This earlier post does not show how sand hills south of Fitzroy Crossing form the ‘twisted ladder’ shape of DNA. Refer: [grahamhancock.com]
2. Selection of female egg (before meiosis) – The Great Sandy Desert.
3. Female egg (Uluru) enters fallopian tube (The Olgas).
4. Male germ-line DNA enters Earth’s Reproductive Chakra – Mysterious geographical features of South Australia.
5. Male DNA intersects with female DNA at Wilpena Pound – Earth’s uterus.
6. Reshuffled genetic sequences return to Earth’s DNA - The Australian Riverland.
In this earlier presentation it was suggested that Earth’s Reproductive Chakra terminated at Bairnsdale – with the Robert Coon female energy line continuing its journey across the Pacific Ocean where it intersects with the male energy line at Lake Titicaca in Peru, South America.
Following we note the geological features of the Mitchell River and the Silt Jetties suggest at transition to an afterlife.
Many people who have had a near death experience claim they recall being in a tunnel and seeing a light in the distance. Images that attempt to depict these events are many:
Towards the light
Here we suggest the Eagle Point Bluff references to the light – and the Silt Jetties the transition to an afterlife. Refer images below:
The above photo was taken west of the Mitchell River and the Mcleod Morass at a distance 3.9 klms from the Bluff.
Below we observe the Bluff from east of Mitchell River.
The above photo was taken east of the Mitchell River at a distance 760 metres from the Bluff.
Below we see the Buff from the opposite bank of Mitchell River.
View of Mitchell River from top of Bluff
Moving towards the light
So what about the Silt Jetties?
Stairways to Heaven - Led Zeppelin - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Silt Jetties
‘Curiouser and curiouser!’ Cried Alice.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 08-Nov-18 20:57 by Robert Jameson.