Greetings everyone; I’ve been somewhat quiet of late in the land of blogging, but here goes.
I was spurred into thought this week following some comments on my previous topic regarding Starlink and Coronavirus.
Then today I headed over to DeviantArt ahead of posting some photos I took today during another trip up Snowdon, and I saw this picture:
The picture is titled ‘Sunset on Coney Island’, and as per the photographer’s description is a picture of Coney Island, Brooklyn, New-York. I assumed the tower was a radio mast of a fancy design; I had looked into one at Washington DC some time back:
I became interested in the HMT when researching the Washington Monument (of Masonic note) in relation to lightening strikes, which on occasion have damaged it. The HMT is taller than the Washington Monument and the design is said to incorporate shapes that represent the feminine, or perhaps the fishes of Christinanity.
A little bit of Googling told me Coney Island tower is a now ‘defunct Parachute Jump amusement ride’ built in 1939; I can find no references to it being “actively” used as a mast, but that’s not to say it couldn’t be easily rigged up to be used as one (or even if it need to be ‘rigged up’ to do so). But here’s where it gets amusingly interesting. It was built for the 1939 New York World’s Fair at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. Rather than it being topped by what looks like an antennae, it’s apparently capped by a 12-foot (3.7 m) flagpole, [and] it was the tallest structure at the Fair.” It would also likely make a good lightening conductor…
There are also links to Trump as his father (Fred), a developer, bought the property. Curiously, Fred Trump’s middle name was Christ, as was his wife’s.
The topic of the World’s Fair reminds me of the Eiffel Tower (Paris) which was built as the entrance to the 1889 World’s Fair.
The tower has been used for making radio transmissions since the beginning of the 20th century. Until the 1950s, sets of aerial wires ran from the cupola to anchors on the Avenue de Suffren and Champ de Mars*. These were connected to longwave transmitters in small bunkers. In 1909, a permanent underground radio centre was built near the south pillar, which still exists today. On 20 November 1913, the Paris Observatory, using the Eiffel Tower as an aerial, exchanged wireless signals with the United States Naval Observatory, which used an aerial in Arlington, Virginia. The object of the transmissions was to measure the difference in longitude between Paris and Washington, D.C.. Today, radio and digital television signals are transmitted from the Eiffel Tower. – Wikipedia
*The aerial view of Champ de Mars looks pretty similar in my eyes to that of Washington DC, and/or perhaps Rome.
Gustave Eiffel who designed his tower responded to criticisms “by comparing his tower to the Egyptian pyramids: ‘My tower will be the tallest edifice ever erected by man. Will it not also be grandiose in its way? And why would something admirable in Egypt become hideous and ridiculous in Paris?'”
And here’s the link to my train of thought: The Pyramids of ancient Egypt (and beyond), along with other megalithic sites, linked by leylines and standing stones, form(ed) a power grid. This global structure harnessed/exploited the planet’s energy grid (electromagnetic in nature), either for a source of useable energy for unknown uses, or as our modern-day version indicates, a communications grid.
I’m doubting that neither of these grids were/are simply for commnication as we know it, but for something deeper (or broader), and perhaps in both cases (as I’m coming to accept), darker. The “Tower of Babel” was a part of this, and if you know anything of the Biblical account of it, you will know how it made everyone go crazy and “babel”, either by accident, or perhaps by design.
While the modern day communication grid openly brainwashes us on a global scale, yet does this larely unnoticed by the masses who follow the orders and commands (“buy this, behave like that, wear this, fear that…”), there are not-so-open effects (such as a medley of illnesses and flustered immune systems), some of which some people consciously feel, but I’m pretty sure all of us subconsciously react to… and who knows where this will lead us.