In Other News March 12, 2012 - GUEST - PETER CHAMPOUX - NEW YORK CITY LEYLINES: Play Now
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New York City was hit with heavy aerosol last few days, Dane Wigington sends this emergency warning.
“EMEG” (Arctic Methane Emergency Group) has yet again openly declared a global state of emergency. (The first warning came last December when Russian scientists announced that thousands of massive methane plumes a kilometer or more wide were observed rising from the sea floor on the East Siberian Shelf )
Satellite imagery confirms huge methane discharge and accumulation occurring in the Northern Hemisphere. It matters not how many criminals there were (and are) trying to capitalize off it. Only twice in the last 300 million years has “methane mass expulsion” occurred on planet earth. Paleoclimatic data shows a clear record of this. Then end of the Permian 295 million years ago, and the Paleocene/Eocene 55 million years ago.
This week on In Other News, Peter Champoux delivers another great interview, and prepared a show specifically mapping out the six major ley lines feeding creativity in New York City.
Who is Frederick Law Olmsted?
Civilizations of the past have tuned into and used the Earth’s natural energies such as leylines, and energy grids. Obelisks, Grecian arcs and national monuments adorn particular geographical points amid the landscape. Is it arbitrary decoration? Or is there a profound body of knowledge that determines the location for these monuments, cathedrals and other structures.
Our guest this week, says leylines are the Earth’s nervous system, they’re wave forms that spiral and undulate similar to our own DNA. If these lines are kinked or blocked they can create a geopathic condition affecting DNA, health and social peace. Peter Champoux is the author Gaia Matrix: Arkhom and the Geometries of Destiny in the North American Landscape.
His research naturally expands to many interconnected topics such as landscape geometery, biomes, trees of peace and much more. he’s stone mason, an environmental artist, a farmer, author, and geomancer.
- Cell phones are blocking the human brain waves from the natural tellurics
- It is the passage of the Hudson River that determine the north south alignment coming into the city.
- Leylines tend to carry telluric energy, electromagnetic energy that fuels creativity.
- Nexxus points like New York City, need to have a great deal of this electrical energy supplying the electrical current that’s within the human body and brain.
- It is essential to get that from the planet itself instead of stray electromagnetic fields such as wifi.
- Leylines carry a telluric current which is an Earth current. A highly creative place like New York City needs to have a number of leylines to feed it.
- There are a couple of points where the leylines converge, one of them is out in the New York harbor. Framed by Governor’s Island, The statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, right in that zone.
- The Statue of Liberty had multiple geometries implicit to it.
- There is a 12 pointed star, a square and I believe a heptagon involved with that.
- There are 2 squares and one 12 pointed star. At the Southeast of the island you have an octagon that’s implicit.
- In the north end of it you have do-decagon that’s implicit to it.
- The north end of it is 12 and the south end of it is 8. The alignment of that island as well is of some interest in that it points right up the Hudson River. When you find a geometry like that it has a radiance, and that radiance suggests a direction of force or intention going out from that spot.
- What I’m speaking of are the really large structural, planetary and forms in conversations that New York has as a nexxus point, contextually with other cities on the Eastern seaboard.
- There appears to be some conscious effort on the part of Frederick Law Olmsted to design Central Park.
- The one straight line in Central Park is the mall, which leads right to the Fountain of Bethesda. If you take that alignment and see how it extends across the city, it goes through St. Patrick’s Cathedral to the south, and if you follow it to the north, it goes to St. John Divine.
- In between, there’s a series of churches, synagogues, all on a line on that same axis.
- I got a lot of detailed information to see where exactly these lines impact New York city.
- One of great interest is the north/south line that comes down into New York City and terminates at the South station, it goes through the New Amsterdam pavilion that was just installed on September 9, 2009,
- It has a date on it of 999. This form itself is a counter-clockwise spinning pinwheel.
- Whenever I see a four armed, spin field spinning in a counter-clockwise manner, it speaks to me of a swastika.
- So there’s this new consciousness seed that was placed there at the end of the island that is routing a telluric line that goes to the head waters of the Hudson River.
- You can make a good case that the Staten Island ferry is the end of the Hudson River.
- Taking this line northwards toward Tear Lake on the upper reaches of Mount Marcy.
- The tallest mountain of the Adirondacks of New York State.
Guest – Peter Champoux, his early exposure to stone that holds the memory of life, began while quarrying dinosaur footprints as a lad with his father in New England. A teenage revelation that his name translated to Rock of the Field led him to a fascination with other rocks in the field, like Stonehenge. As a classically trained stone mason, he studied the patterns and reactions of stone. Peter is a life long student of comparative religion and all things geographic. He was also a player in the conscious community movement in the 70′s and 80′s. His unique vision of the world has evolved into reading the patterns of local memory lines as they coalesce into large-scale patterns worldwide.
Peter’s seminal work of synthesis on North American energy fields, Gaia Matrix, was published in 1999. Since that time, Peter’s particular brand of geomancy, known as FIELD Geometry, has continued to evolve from community to global scale. Mapping of the Unified Field as embodied geometrically in the natural and cultural landscape provides a two-dimensional perspective on inter-dimensional reality. This window into a higher perspective integrates an awareness of place into new coherent patterns of community consciousness.