Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Rock Lake, Wisconsin and The Code of Carl P. Munck

Above is a link to some of the incredible work of Carl P. Munck, whose analysis of the locations of ancient monuments around the world led him to the astonishing discovery of a system whereby aspects of each monument act as a language to tell those who can understand it where that monument is, as well as where to look for other monuments in an inter-connected grid of monuments spanning the entire globe.

One of the reasons that Mr. Munck was able to "hear" what the monuments were telling him was his paradigm-shifting realization, demonstrated in the above video, that the monuments often tell us their precise longitude, but in longitude measured from the apex of the Great Pyramid at Giza, rather than from the current  convention which uses the prime meridian running through Greenwich as a starting reference.

In The Grid of the Gods, by Joseph P. Farrell and Scott D. de Hart, the authors examine some of the reasons that someone might have gone to the trouble of building so many massive projects with such intricate and precise encoded detail in the specific locations on the planet that they chose to build them, and the conclusions they reach are extremely important.  Their book should be the next one you read, if you haven't read it yet.

The authors of that book cite Mr. Munck, who wrote:
Nobody sets out to build 50,000-plus pyramids and mounds around a planet just for the hell of it, or want of something to do.  History teaches that these primitive people were hunter-gatherers who spent their waking hours running down their next meals.  If that's true, then who built these monuments?  These people didn't have the time [. . .].  There was enormous global planning behind it all.  Munck, Whispers from Time: the Pyramid Bible, vol. 1, page 26; cited in Farrell and de Hart, 106.
Previous posts on this site have examined the overwhelming evidence that the designers of this world-wide system of locations did so according to a deliberate overarching plan and with an extremely sophisticated understanding of the size and shape of our planet earth.  See for example this post from June of 2012.

As you will see in the video above, Mr. Munck demonstrates the way various aspects of monuments in one part of the globe use "the Code" or language of numbers to refer to the longitude of other monuments in totally different parts of the globe.  In Dr. Farrell's book, he notes that Munck demonstrates that each monument tells longitude, latitude, longitude and latitude, or some significant mathematical or geometrical formula (often incorporating or embodying pi).  He has found connections between the largest North American mound at Grave Creek, WV and Silbury Hill in England, and between Teotihuacan in Mexico and Giza in Egypt.

Another site that Mr. Munck's analysis indicated is in the middle of a lake in Wisconsin: Rock Lake, where locals and visitors through the years (going back, in fact, to the first accounts from early settlers and to the sacred traditions of the Native Americans in the area) have described seeing structures submerged beneath the waters.

Here is a link to a video from the 1997 television series Beyond Bizarre, hosted by Jay Robinson, which describes the structures.  In the clip, a researcher describes how the analysis of Hugh Harleston (another researcher who has spent years decoding the ancient sites in Central America and whose work is briefly mentioned in this previous post and explored in greater depth in the Mathisen Corollary book itself) pointed to the precise location of the structures.  The video also shows footage of standing stone sites in the area which are extremely similar in appearance to those in the New England region further east, especially those found at Mystery Hill, New Hampshire (see here, here and here for discussion and links to other sites about Mystery Hill).

In their book, Dr. Farrell and Dr. de Hart explain that Rock Lake, like many other megalithic sites around the world, has accumulated a body of lore recounting unusual phenomena centered around the site:
For example, local residents report seeing huge rocks floating on the surface of the lake, or outboard motors on boats that will not work at certain times, or how divers attempting to approach and film the submerged pyramid with their underwater cameras suddenly find they have malfunctioned.  Munck even notes that some divers report a strange sense of dread as they prepared to dive to photograph the pyramid.  100.
The analysis in The Grid of the Gods explores many reasons to be very cautious about dismissing such reports out of hand.

Regardless of one's opinion on that subject, the implications of the research of Carl Munck and the discovery that the ancient monuments around our planet are part of a deliberate, sophisticated, and self-referential grid system has profound implications for our understanding of human history.  As Jay Robinson says at the beginning of the Rock Lake video, the evidence should "compel archaeologists to completely rework their understanding of the entire ancient world."