Wherever WiFi is present you will find the WiFi logo. The logo has no functionality, it’s a symbol for the box of tricks doing the work. The cup and ring marked motif found at all ‘end-points’ on a cup-marked ley resemble the WiFi logo except they are functional and not just symbolic or artistic. The symbol is the component and can connect with self-similar components that are designed the same way creating a wireless comms link that can stretch across the country and around the world.
Are megaliths the hardware; the hard-disks, memory, transmitters, and batteries? Are the cup-marks the industry standard protocols? the telluric energy the power and data combined that uses the backbone of underground streams as carrier waves?
It is suggested that these cup and ring marked networks were not so much for data transfer but acted as some kind of firewall protecting dwellings by diverting negative energy around it.
It is also noted that cup-marks are nearly always carved where there is an open view. This corresponds with WiFi ‘line of sight’ conditions.
In his book ‘Ley Lines and Earth Energies’ David Cowan mentions that ‘most petroglyphs are positioned so the sun can shine on their surfaces’. This is known as ‘light beam dialling’ although It would be simplistic to think of this as solar power, it is clear that sunlight plays an important part in these ‘spiritual machines’.
According to Carl Munck, our ancient ancestors also built a Global Positioning System by sighting pyramids, temples and stone circles around the globe on specific coordinates to delineate a global coordinate system in relation to the position of the Great Pyramid at Giza.
Evidence also suggests that our ancestors also installed a telephony system, an ancient Skype network that allowed voice messages to be transmitted over vast distances. The aborigines of Australia for instance called the lines ‘turingas’. We will be investigating these and other possibilities including the similarities between ‘cyberspace’ and the ‘dream-time’ in subsequent posts.
TDK Wireless power transmission coils
World’s First Global Positioning System