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Secrets of Alaise

Pre-history knowledge of the round world


The ancients knew that the world was an oblate spheroid of rotation and they knew that the Earth orbited the Sun.


The megalithic people used 366 days for a year, which is more accurate than the 365-day Julian calendar introduced by Julius Caesar.  The 366-day year is calculated using days measured by the transit of the stars (or sidereal day); whereas the Julian year uses solar days — the number of sunrises and sunsets. The solar day is less accurate because it doesn’t take into account the continual shift of the Earth relative to the sun as it goes around its orbit, and thus has to be corrected by adding an extra day every four years.


Pythagoras (c. 570 BC), Eratosthenes of Cyrene (c. 220 BC), Aristotle (384-322 BC) and Khalif El Ma'mun, ruler of Baghdad (813 to 833 BC) were among those that said that the world was a sphere.  However, their original knowledge of this came from ancient texts, even knowledge handed down from pre-history through societies of esoteric initiates.  They simply redefined the knowledge by quantifying it in their own terms.

 

The first Prime Meridian


In order for pre-historic societies to measure the circumference of the world and exploit this knowledge they needed a point of reference (today the Prime Meridian runs through Greenwich, hence GMT). For the ancients the Prime Meridian ran through Alaise, a town in the heart of the Jura Mountains in southeast France. It was natural for them to choose Alaise.  Their religion, art, philosophy and science revolved around Earth Energy and planetary behaviour.  Alaise possesses unique Earth Energy characteristics. It is the locus or focal point for many telluric currents (Ley Lines) running across the whole of Europe.

 

Modern investigation of Alaise


In modern times the first person to notice the radial Ley lines focusing on Alaise was Xavier Guichard, a retired director of the police in Paris.  He published a book in 1936 called, ‘Alesia Eleusis. Enquête sur les origines de la civilisation européenne’, an investigation into the origins of European civilization.  In the book he proposed that the name Alesia or Eleusis was related to about 400 other places with slight variations, these included: Alaise, Allerey, Salins, Calais, Elise, Luze, Luxiol and Luxeuil.


Guichard plotted these places on a map and discovered that there was a radiating pattern, with Alaise at the centre. He found 24 radiating lines, some of which orientated towards solar equinoxes and the solstices.


Guichard suggested that the creation of this network was carefully architected and required profound knowledge of astro-geometry.  Dating back to prehistoric times, Alaise was the centre of a network of salt mines and the ancient cart tracks, transporting the salt can still be seen, carved into the rock near the village.  Guichard believed that the name Alaise was derived from the Proto-Indo-European root Alès, meaning ‘a meeting place to which people travelled’. 


Guichard argued that the radial lines mapped a prehistoric network of roads for transporting salt, which was exchanged at each ‘meeting place’. As a result the lines were nicknamed the “salt lines”.

 


Many of the ancient ‘salt-line’ roads may still be found radiating out from the Alaise area.  Deep ruts are found where the wooden cart tracks cut deep into the stone surface of the road.

 

Strangely Guichard tried to plot the various points found on the radial lines from Alaise along longitudes and latitudes, but always found a discrepancy.  He assumed that the ancient people underestimated the circumference of the Earth. It was not until Alan Butler placed a template using the 366-degree world that an extraordinary match to key sites occurred.  The ancients new exactly what the circumference of the world was!

 

Alaise remained an important Druidic spiritual site until the final battle to defend it against the Romans in about AD 47. The Auvergnat chief, Vercingetorix fought Julius Cesar in the final Battle of Alesia on the plains around Alaise.  Contention existed about the exact location of Alesia until well known French architect and archaeologist Alphonse Delacroix showed compelling evidence of its location at Alaise in his book "La Cité Mystérieuse". The remains of the impenetrable oppidum or Châtaillon used by Vercingetorix can still be seen in the hills above the village.   This was the last of the Druidic culture in Europe defending a very sacred site. 

 

 

The Eye of the Dragon or Naga

 

Alaise lies in the heart of the Jura Mountains which is near the beginning of a vast series of Fold Mountains ranging from southern Europe, across the Middle-East, northern India, Burma and all the way down Sumatra and the Indonesian archipelago.  These continuous series of fold maintains are in fact the result of the massive tectonic forces created by the African Plate, Arabian Plate and Indian Plate moving up against the great Eurasian Plate.  The Fold Mountains along this zone of compression are in the most active earthquake zone in the world.  Many devastating earthquakes and resulting tsunamis have occurred in this zone such as Sumatra, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran.  In the past six years these have included:

  • 2002 Hindu Kush Earthquake: over 1,100 killed.
  • 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake/Tsunami:  over 230,000 killed.
  • 2005 Kashmir earthquake: over 80,000 killed

Legend says that the beneath the fold mountains lies the sleeping Naga or dragon.  When the Naga stirs the mountains will shake and terrible destruction will occur on earth.

 

 

Representation of Sleeping Naga on World Map

 

 

Representation of Sleeping Naga on NASA Tectonic Activity Map

The head of the Naga lies in southern Europe.  The position of the eye of the Naga lies in Alaise.  The ancients believed that the vast amount of salt found beneath the ground around Alaise was attributable to the tears from the eye of the Naga.  Temples were built in this area and the salt was given to pilgrims and worshipers who came.  The salt, which was a valuable commodity in those days, was given to appease the anger of the Naga and to keep her slumbering.

 


Other perspectives of radiating lines from Alaise

 

   



References:

  • The World Atlas of Mysteries: Frances Hitching, Pan Books, London