Grid Gardens

Since: Nov 17

Denton, TX

#1 Nov 30, 2017
A couple of weeks ago, I was using Google Earth to help a friend on Easter Island flag potential dig sites, and afterwards I decided to do some exploring, so I followed an underwater mountain ridge east toward land, but it turned into a line...so I kept going. As I reach the Chilean coast I noticed that another line intersected with it inland, at the at a place called the "Reserve Nacional Pampa del Tamarulgal"- an artificially planted forest. I researched its construction and found only a singular study that said it was planted in the 60's, but accompanying photos show a fully matured plantation in the photographs. Moreover, I search their economic history and saw nothing in any of the budgets that said they could or did plant millions of trees of perfect alignment.

That find led me to follow other similar lines to other artificial forests all around the world, but what I also found were similarly shaped and sized grid gardens, massive in size. "Should industrial-sized and similarly shaped agricultural plots located in remote locations that are so sparsely populated that they are incapable of creating or tending to all of it, be interpreted as an advanced agricultural civilization with global connections."

If so, then one should find evidence 'everywhere,' even underwater along the coasts, so I looked in my home county here in Texas. I found them here too, and just about everywhere else I looked, including the Himalayan mountains. After that, I turned my sites on other remote or difficult to reach destinations, like the deepest darkest green forests of Africa. There too I found evidence of artificial planting. If I had a program that could analyze tree canopy size, I am confident that if applied to the images I've found, one would see the 'rows' of trees more clearly.

So..."Should industrial-sized and similarly shaped agricultural plots located in remote locations that are so sparsely populated that they are incapable of creating or tending to all of them, be interpreted as evidence of an advanced agricultural civilization with global connections."

Here's some of what I am talking about, but I'm at work, so I only have access to a couple of images.

https://imgur.com/VnCnO3u

https://imgur.com/U2LifvL
kingoftheamerica s

Irving, TX

#2 Dec 2, 2017
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