Shielding – Did the Ancients Layer the Surface of the Earth with Alternating Hard and Soft Material to Protect it from Asteroid Impacts?

by Jock Doubleday

“Here we are in the Hill Country in Texas, just a few miles north of Kerrville. And we’re walking up this road and we see this concrete-like material. Very interesting. And it’s a layer . . . In between the concrete layers, you can see this really soft chalk-like material . . .

“I’m going to introduce a new term, and that term is shielding. . . . I like the idea that if you’re going to build a planet that you’d actually want to protect it.”

“I was thinking about shielding, because what I’ve seen in the Texas Hill Country, and near the Texas Hill Country, is hard layers, then soft layers. So you’ve got the hard layer of concrete, then a big soft layer, right? Then another hard layer of concrete — “concrete-like material,” we’ll say, because we can’t know with 100% certainty that it’s concrete — artificial material — but it’s concrete-like material.

“So you’ve got these horizontal layers of really hard, really soft, and really hard [material]. And this makes sense to me as shielding.


“We know the earth is hollow — by many, many, many lines of evidence. There are so many lines of evidence showing that the earth is hollow, that — and testimonials, by the way, numerous, numerous testimonials from people who have a lot to lose by being thought of as crazy . . . In other words, there’s no reason for these people to [do something on purpose] to lose their reputations by telling us that the earth is hollow, but they did; they did tell us that the earth is hollow. . . .

Wouldn’t the oceans all quickly disappear into a hollow Earth? No.
The shell, not the center of the earth, holds the center of gravity.
Thus, seawater holds to the shell as it wraps around it, and the water ends (creates shores) inside wherever prominent land masses begin, just as it does on the surface of the Earth.
The Hollow Earth hypothesis exhibits simple physics that academia won’t even consider with a ten-foot pole. Why?

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NORAD satellite paths avoid a circular area at the North Pole. Why?
Does the Rothschild-controlled military enjoy playing Spirograph with their satellites?

Did you know that, if you Google “norad satellites” in quotes, you get
two pages of links about NORAD tracking Santa and his reindeer? It’s true.
Thanks, Rothschild.

“We know the moon is hollow, without any doubt whatsoever. . . . Even Isaac Asimov, said the moon shouldn’t be there. Its orbit is too circular to have been captured. . . .


Science writer Isaac Asimov told us that the moon should not be where it is.
A bibliography of his prodigious output in both science and science-fiction is here.

“And if the moon is hollow, then other planets can be hollow. So we have a spacecraft moon that was brought here, and it was brought here 12,000 years ago, approximately.

“Then we say to ourselves, ‘Is the earth also a spacecraft?’ — in the sense that there was planning, engineering, to make this a hollow craft that could be lived in, in its journey through the ethers.


“And Tesla did tell us that the ether does exist. And even if institutional science wants to tell us that that’s not true, it is true. There is an ether. It’s not just a void out there. It’s roaring rivers of energy, just running around everywhere, the opposite of a void.

NEW MEME Nikola Tesla ether with text_edited-2

“Anyway, as the craft, Earth, makes its way through space, whether it’s under artificial propulsion or not — maybe Earth is a craft in the sense that it was built with the possibility of propulsion, artificial propulsion, and it’s not being used now . . . or it is being used now, and we just don’t know it . . . or it doesn’t have artificial propulsion but it was an artificial craft . . . or it’s a natural object. Well, then we ask ourselves — knowing that it’s hollow — we say to ourselves, ‘What are the chances that Earth, or any planet, could come into being [naturally] and be hollow?’

“Institutional science has nothing whatsoever to say on that question. Because the only thing it can come up with is that the core of the earth must be molten [academia’s ‘accretion theory’ of planetary formation includes a molten core] and must account for volcanoes. Those are two different ideas, but they’ve joined them. And neither are true.

“Volcanoes do exist, and they are at the seams of an expanding earth. But they’re not attached to a molten core. [The earth was much smaller in the past, allowing megaflora and megafauna to flourish.] In other words, there’s no molten core that’s creating this heat that needs to be released by volcanoes. We know there’s no molten core. There is no core. It’s hollow. We know that, like I said, by several lines of evidence.

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Wikipedia: so sci-fi it actually is sci-fi.

“So then the question is, ‘If this is a craft, wouldn’t the people who made the craft — whether it’s under artificial power of movement or not — wouldn’t the people who created, who engineered this craft, with a great deal of work, have made it non-vulnerable, shall we say, to asteroids and other impacts that it might encounter?’

“How do you make your craft non-vulnerable? Well, with shielding. And how are you going to create shielding? What’s the material to create shielding out of? Well, it’s a lot of material across the surface of your craft, right? . . .

“And the moon, we know, has an incredible shell around it, miles thick. That’s one reason that any impacts that have actually occurred on the moon — most of those craters have been shown to be plasma discharge craters — just like on Mars and on the earth. So we see circular plasma discharge craters. But any craters that were in fact from asteroid impacts, or impacts of other types, only go to a certain level. . . . They don’t go deep. And that’s because there’s shielding.


Above: Artist’s rendition

“This hull, this shell that they created . . . [The moon] already had its shell made before it got to the solar system in which we find ourselves now. And Earth — whether it was brought here or not, whether it was moved from another orbit [in our solar system] or not — and those are two separate ideas, but they could also work together — was built with a shell. And you say, well, if it was built with a shell, and they put all that work into it, what would the thinking be behind how to engineer a lasting shell. Just like with the pyramids. They built them to last. . . . It’s fairly obvious that the ancients who built these things built them to last. They’re not crumbling. The few that are crumbling were built in more modern times, after the ancients who built the real pyramids. So on the Giza Plateau, you see the more modern pyramids built by the Pharaohs, who came to [Giza to] find incredible pyramids already built there, and they emulated them with these smaller pyramids that are already crumbling, even though they’re less old.

Giza Plateau

“The ancients built the pyramids to last, and the ancients who made the planets presumably — I mean, we don’t know if it’s a different race or races; we know many races were involved in building the pyramids, E.T. races. But whether there were different ancient E.T.s that were building the moon and the earth, we don’t know.

“But those people had a plan. And I think the plan was to have cushioning, the soft layers, chalky — here in Texas it’s chalky; it might be some other material somewhere else, this chalky, really, really soft stuff. And then suddenly you’ve got this really, really hard concrete. And that’s where they meet, right there. . . . So it’s a distinct layer. And you say, ‘Well, it’s sedimentation.’ Well, it isn’t, though. This concrete isn’t sedimentary. I’ve never seen any sedimentary concrete-like material anywhere. I’ve seen lots and lots and lots of concrete-like material.

“. . . I spent a month in South Africa. I’ve got a few videos on the material there. [In South Africa, one sees hard, homogeneous, vertically sectioned material leaning into the face of the hills for structural strength.

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“I spent] two years in Bosnia. I’ve got a lot of videos on that. “BosnianPyramids” is the Youtube channel. And a lot of time in Texas. All of these places have concrete-like material, and none of them are sedimentary.

“And on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, there is concrete. It’s not just concrete-like material. It’s artificial concrete, and it’s been tested by six different scientific institutes. And Graham Hancock says it looks like pudding stone — natural concrete, in other words. This [conclusion] is ignoring all of the evidence given to us by six scientific institutes. So he just ignored that, to give us this, “Oh, it’s probably natural. And he says he’s very fond of Semir Osmanagich, he hopes the project will continue and more things will be discovered, it’s so wonderful. But he’s telling people that there are no pyramids there. In fact, the quote is, “Not everything that looks like a pyramid is a pyramid.”

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Graham Hancock prohibited photography and videography on his early June 2014 visit to Visoko, Bosnia. So the above image is the best we have to document his guided visit to various archaeological sites in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex.

“So, that’s Graham Hancock. And he got a great personal tour . . . Because Graham Hancock is an incredible voice in ancient history. And his two books, Underworld and Fingerprints of the Gods were my first real journeys into serious exploration of ancient history, and they’re the best books I’ve ever read in any subject. I mean, I’ve read a lot of books on a lot of different subjects, and those are the two most important — I said ‘best,’ but what I really mean is the most important books. And I’ve read a lot of important books. I mean, amazing, incredible books that tell us a lot about who we are. And I told him that in person. I said, ‘Your two books are the most important books I’ve ever read,’ and he was very happy to hear that.

“And then Dr. Osmanagich said, ‘Would you make a statement to my videographer?’ — who happened to be me. And I had my camera ready, I had my pack full of camera gear ready to get the great Graham Hancock on video making a statement about his three days in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex. You know, ‘Are there pyramids here?’ would be the question. ‘What do you see?’ would be the question. We don’t want to make any leading questions. “What have you found here?” And then he’d say, ‘I found pyramids’ or ‘I haven’t found pyramids.’

“He wouldn’t make a statement. He wouldn’t make a statement! He said . . . ‘Any statement I make would not be under my control.’ And it was about controlling the release of the information.

“Okay, well, that’s not a scientific point of view. It’s not a scientific attitude. Science wants data. It doesn’t care about personal agendas of release dates of information. . . .

“[But] that’s okay. We’re all human. We all have our own desires, and that’s fine. [However,] I expected something different from somebody who’s challenging the orthodoxy — and was almost single-handedly, in the beginning. I mean, that’s a strong voice for science. And suddenly he’s not for science, anymore, he’s for pudding stone. Bizarre.”

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We might ask, at this point: Why did Graham Hancock prohibit photography and videography on his early July 2014 visit to Visoko, Bosnia? Such a prohibition seems contradictory for someone who has claimed many times to be vigorously pro-scientific openness.

We might also mention that a negative opinion on a theory, such as Graham Hancock’s negative opinion on the Bosnian Pyramids hypothesis, is not a problem for science. Everyone has an opinion, and experts disagree all the time. A problem arises, however, if:

1) evidence for that negative opinion is absent, and/or
2) evidence in favor of the theory in question is not engaged.

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For Graham’s Bosnian Pyramids information start at minute 21:58.

Was Graham Hancock right to call concrete slabs on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun natural “pudding stones”?

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“But then we find other researchers, like Dr. Semir Osmanagich, Michael Tellinger, Valery Uvarov, Klaus Dona, with the Out of Place Artifacts exhibition, which he started in Vienna — a lot of great, incredible researchers; Andrew Collins, who’s also against the Bosnian Pyramids Project, but I don’t care, that’s not going to affect my view of his ideas, which are great ideas.

“His Cygnus Correlation to the layout of the pyramids on the Giza Plateau is a better correlation than the Orion Correlation.

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“I post in favor of his work because, to me, it’s not about a personal battle. It’s not about people gossiping about each other behind each other’s backs.

“So I promote his [Collins’] work. I promote Graham Hancock’s work all the time. Fingerprints of the Gods, Underworld — gotta get ’em.

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“It’s not him. It’s not about Andrew Collins. And it’s not even about Robert Schoch, who’s the main voice against the pyramids hypothesis in Bosnia. He’s the main voice. It’s not about him. I mean, I write about him specifically because he’s the guy who happened to write all this stuff against the [Bosnian Pyramids] Project, [so] that I have to use his name to let people know, in the scientific record, who is responsible for what has been said. So it’s just about keeping the record straight. It’s not about a personal vendetta or personal jockeying. It’s not about egos. It’s not about me, it’s not about him. It’s not about Dr. Semir Osmanagich. It’s about the information. This is the key.

“So, if Dr. Robert Schoch comes out with something interesting, I’m happy to promote it. I haven’t found anything that he’s written that makes any sense. All he does is talk nonsense. So I continue to write articles that say, “This talks nonsense,” and I show why, with science. Lots of lines of evidence show that what he says is total nonsenseand that his main claim to fame, finding rainwater erosion on the Sphinx, that’s not his work.

“That’s another problem that he and other scientists often have. They don’t credit — they don’t allow the line of scientific evidence, or scientific work, to be known. They just take credit for stuff that other people found out.

“Before he [Robert Schoch] was born, Rene Schwaller de Lubicz found out that there was water erosion on the Sphinx. Now, whether it’s rainwater or flood water or whatever kind of water, we don’t know. Significant erosion — oddly, in only certain places. Why not all the Sphinx? We don’t know.


“So, [John Anthony] West brought out [Robert Milton] Schoch, because he was a Yale graduate, right? He needed somebody with a certain scientific prestige, or academic prestige, to come out and put a rubber stamp on his idea — which wasn’t his idea — that there was water erosion on the Sphinx, which meant that, obviously, the Sphinx had to be older than the Orthodoxy told us it was.

“So he got Schoch to rubber-stamp that. Schoch took the credit for the idea. Never mentioned Schwaller de Lubicz. Never mentioned Rene Schwaller de Lubicz. I mean, that guy is — de Lubicz is, like, a complete genius, on the level of Tesla. And his writing is incredibly difficult, super hard to understand in its complexity, in its incredible volume of information and complexity of information.

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“Amazing, amazing guy. Completely disappeared in the Schoch Chronology of History. Disappeared. Removed. Vanished. This is the problem.

“Science is so simple. You just say what the line of research has been, here’s your contribution, yay! And then the next person comes along and contributes. . . .”

“So, you’ve got soft and hard material here. If the soft material is to cushion, why would they have the hard material? Well, if an asteroid hits a hard concrete layer, then the kinetic energy of the asteroid, which is coming in perpendicular — let’s say, for the purposes of this video, it’s coming in perpendicular to the concrete layer. That energy is going to be exploded to the left and to the right, you know, in a circle. It’s going to be exploded horizontally instead of vertically. And that’s what you want a shield to do.

“Now, you could do what they did with the moon and make a metal shield. That’s a very smart idea. Now, that is a spacecraft, in the sense that it does have its own propulsion. And we can check Alex Collier’s information on that, from the Andromedans, for details.

“But if the earth was not meant to be used as a spacecraft, in the sense of a craft under its own propulsion, then maybe they said, ‘Well, we don’t need a metal shell if we’re not going to be going from solar system to solar system.’ Maybe. I don’t know. I’m not sure why they didn’t use a metal shell here [on Earth]. . . .

“The only thing an institutional geologist can say about these layers is that they’re sedimentary, or, more broadly, that they’re natural. Even though there’s clearly no sedimentation going on, ever, in the concrete layers, anywhere that I’ve ever been. It’s just homogeneous concrete material. There’s no layering. . .

“Also, the top [of the concrete-like material] is never actually flat. If it was sedimentary, it wouldn’t be knobby like this, right? It’s totally knobby. . . . In hundreds of hours of Texas geology exploration, I have seen only knobby, uneven (never flat) concrete-like layers. Should ‘Texas geology’ be renamed ‘Texas archaeology’?

“So all these things lead us to believe that this is not sedimentary. And it’s clearly not volcanic. These layers aren’t volcanic. So then you go, gee I wonder what it is?

“And then you go to South Africa, and you see that every single hill, every single hill that you explore, has inward-leaning layers. All of the layers lean into the hills. And you’re like, ‘Wow, nature’s amazing that every single hill —’ And you travel around the circumference of the hill until you get to the next hill. And wherever you are on the face, it’s inward-leaning, sometimes really steeply. Super-strong way to build a hill, okay?

Jock Doubleday explores South African built hills made of inclined, rightward-leaning material, November 13, 2015 from Archaeological Park on Vimeo.

“And then you go, ‘What about Bosnia?’ Same thing in Bosnia. All of the material is leaning really strongly into the hill. Every single structure: the tumulus Vratnica . . .

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[And] the hill across the Fojnica River from the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, it’s called Osijela Hill . . . And it’s all really steeply inward leaning, and it’s got that layering. And I’ll put some photos here so you know what I’m talking about. . . . You’ve got alternating hard and soft layers.

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“So, in Bosnia, it’s not concrete-like material that’s alternating. It’s claystone, hard claystone material, alternating with soft clay. And the reason they did that was for earthquake mitigation. Earthquake mitigation. That’s clear. Because if an asteroid comes, it’ll take out the pyramid anyway, no matter what you made it out of. If a five-mile asteroid hits any of those pyramids, they’re dust, they’re done. So it’s not about shielding [in this case], but it’s about earthquake mitigation.”

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I’m looking forward to fruitful scientific conversations about shielding.

Science is a harsh mistress. She demands evidence. Science is a conversation among people with evidence. Let’s continue to accrue evidence for theories of every kind, for the advancement of understanding and the honoring of science.

Could the Earth Shield Theory be wrong? Absolutely. But what if the theory is correct? That would be great for science, because it advances our understanding.

Does it do anything for me if the Earth Shield Theory is correct? It doesn’t. I’m a playwright. Advancing this theory can only cost me in time and insults. I am willing to spend the time, and I’m willing to receive personal attacks, on the chance that Earth, like the moon, has a structural shield that was built in unfathomably ancient times by a races or races advanced so far beyond ours that most surface-worlders cannot yet imagine it.

I hope everyone has a scientific day.

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Jock headshot for book copy Who Built the Earth

Jock Doubleday is an American writer, researcher, stoneworker, and videographer. For 16 months in 2014 and 2015, and for an additional three months in 2017, he worked as official videographer for Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation, a nonprofit Bosnian NGO foundation created by Dr. Sam Osmanagich on November 9, 2005 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Doubleday’s articles on the Bosnian Pyramids, and on other ancient megalithic monuments and civilizations, can be found at and at Some of his videos about the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, especially those shot in 2014 and 2015, can be found at Most of his archaeology-related videos can be found at Other archaeology-related videos can be found on his personal Youtube channel. For daily updates on archaeological progress in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, please feel free to visit the Facebook page he administers, This Facebook page also provides information on ancient history in general as well as on the newest science (the “electric universe”). His books-in-progress, “Paradigm Shift: The Gradual Awakening of Science to the Possibility of Advanced Human Civilizations in the Distant Past: The Bosnian Pyramid Megacomplex,” and “Who Built the Earth? An Exploration of Geological, Geophysical, Seismological, and Astrophysical Evidence for an Earth Constructed by an Advanced Race or Races in the Distant Past,” will be published soon. To contact Jock Doubleday, please write

Further Research

Video: Who terraformed the earth?
The Terraforming of Planet Earth, with Jock Doubleday, January 5, 2017

Video: “Who Built the Earth?” – (a smaller earth in the past)

Science blog on our hollow, spacecraft moon.
Waiting for the Hollow Moon

Video: What did the ancients mean when they talked about clay? “The etymology of clay is glue.”
The Game of Glue: Exploring Osijela Hill in the Bosnian Pyramid Megacomplex, June 9, 2017

Video: The meticulous detail of the ancients’ stonework.
“Let’s say that pyramids are energy machines. That would have given the ancients a reason to construct them. But why did the ancients construct non-pyramidal hills from the ground up, or from below the ground up, out of hundreds of millions of tons of clay — hills such as Osijela Hill to the east of the Pyramid of the Sun and Kula Hill to the north — with consistent step-downs? Where did the ancients get their building material (primarily clay)? Who were the ancients, and what were they up to?”
The Artistic Technology of the Ancients: Osijela Hill in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex
(start minute 2:50)
Filtering out university indoctrination: the Bosnian Pyramid Megacomplex, August 29, 2017

Comments are ***enabled*** for Jock Doubleday’s scientific Youtube video, “A Defense of Science.” Science is a conversation between people with evidence. . . . However, and very unfortunately, comments have been ***disabled*** by Earth-Keeper Youtube Channel for the following reference video in which Graham Hancock talks to his Denver, Colorado audience on June 1, 2015 and, in reference to the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, says, among other things, “Not everything that looks like a pyramid is a pyramid.”
(start at minute 21:58, for Bosnian Pyramids information)
“Graham Hancock 2015: Live at the Earth-Keeper Star-Gate”

Was Graham Hancock right to call concrete slabs on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun natural “pudding stones”?
Video: “A Defense of Science – Ancient concrete on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun”

Video: “Super-durable concrete on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun – an explanation of megapascals”

“The Mysterious Anti-Scientific Agenda of Robert Schoch – Part 1: The Bosnian Pyramid Complex”

“The Mysterious Anti-Scientific Agenda of Robert Schoch: Part 2 – The Yonaguni Monument 与那国記念碑”

“Megasphere: The Stone Ball that Wouldn’t Roll Away: Archaeology Magazine Ignored the March 2016 Discovery of the Most Massive Stone Sphere in the World . . . But It’s Still There”

“Stonewalling the Ancients: Robert Schoch Continues to Ignore Evidence of Ancient Underwater Stonework at the Yonaguni Monument”

“Witchcraft Cartography and Clairvoyant Archaeology: A Review of Robert M. Schoch’s “Voices of the Rocks: A Scientist Looks at Catastrophes and Ancient Civilizations” (1999)

Three-sided pyramids.
Is this structure an ancient three-sided pyramid – with a very long access ramp – in the Ovčar-Kablar Gorge, Morava River, in western Serbia? This structure, also known as Jovanje Hill, lies halfway between the towns of Čačak (17 kilometers to the east) and Požega to the west, and is approximately 155 kilometers southwest of Belgrade. (Photo by Vladimir Mijailovic‎.)
“Is There a Three-Sided Pyramid in Ovčar-Kablar Gorge in Western Serbia?”

The latest from the Balkans: The small “fill-in material” stones inside the cavern did not break off from the surrounding megalithic concrete-like stones. These small stones were brought in. Who brought them in, and why? Was it to hide a tunnel passage?

Video: “CONCRETE OF THE ANCIENTS: Exploring a Prehistoric Cavern in Istria, Croatia, April 9, 2017”

And starting 8:50, a new species unnamed by science. I catch it in footage and photos in front of caves and also sometimes in the sky.

Recent archaeological explorations.

#1. “Prehistoric “Iron Well Tunnel” in Babe, Serbia, August 4, 2016″


Google Maps:,20.5184502,3a,60y,57.66h,69.74t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sxA4ob4ZxJdoERvWsW-T9zg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x4750a6e383f541af:0x7b37d13ef74442fd!8m2!3d44.5374062!4d20.5228345!6m1!1e1

#2. “Babe, Serbia Excavation Site, August 17, 2016”

#3. “If we’re the ancients and we’re building in sections, we would have seams.

“You can see the top [of the hill] being so regular [and rounded]. The line is really regular, even though the composition of the hill is this really, really strong, tortured material — seemingly tortured, if it was natural — and yet the top is perfectly smooth. It doesn’t make any sense. If this stuff came into existence by the forces of nature, the hill would not be so smooth [and rounded] at the top.

“I want to encourage anyone listening to this video to think of this as some kind of concrete — and not natural — as a hypothesis. . . . We had veins like this, calcite veins, in the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun concrete. And you can see the veins run all through this stuff. Could be natural, right? Could very well be natural. But then again, what if it’s not? If it’s not natural, that’s really, really, really important to know. So, even if the chances of this being artificial are very small, I think it’s important that we pursue this possibility. And there are clues, like these calcite veins, that this could be artificial.”

– Jock Doubleday
“A Tumulus Built in Ancient Times, East of Kosmaj, Serbia, April 26, 2016”
Semir Osmanagich Facebook page:

Archaeological Explorations in South Africa:

#1. Ancient artificial stones – inclined by their creators into a built hill – in Waterval Boven, South Africa, November 10, 2015. Photo by Jock Doubleday.
“Exploring ancient built hills in Waterval Boven, Mpumalanga Province, South Africa”

“You can see the stones are inclined to the right, into the face of the structure . . . [Geologists] will just say, ‘That’s the way the hills were shaped over millions of years.’ Well, that’s totally a reasonable claim, unless you actually study them. But you won’t find anyone studying these hills out here. [E]ventually science is going to have to catch up with the world. . . . And if the evidence consistently tells us that these cannot be natural hills, then we must find out what in goodness name they are.”
“Jock Doubleday explores South African built hills made of inclined, rightward-leaning material, November 13, 2015”

Seams in stones on a built hill in Waterval Boven, South Africa. Photos by Jock Doubleday, November 12, 2015.

#2. Jock Doubleday explores South African archaeology/geology, finding ancient circle-shaped holes in stones, and a strange stone with lines in it, November 12, 2015.

What are these petroglyphs? Do they represent star systems? Why are there channels between some of the circles? Are they representations of atoms forming a molecule?

“Star Systems of the Gods? Are Ancient Petroglyphs in Surface Stones in South Africa Talking about the Night Sky or about the Microscopically Small?”

#3. Straight-line vertical seams in what the geologists call sedimentary rock.

The latest from the Balkans: “The Cosmic Internet” 🙂

“Crystalline material defines what pyramids are, all around the world. So I think that this crystalline material that Tesla said is living could be the key.”

We’ll have to figure out the language(s) that advanced civilizations used and use. The data transmitted will be of all ages: from very old to completely new. Scalar wave technology allows civilizations to send information virtually instantaneously across the width of a galaxy, so their latest data, plus data from billions of years ago, will likely be available.
“Mysteries of the Bosnian Pyramids, with Jock Doubleday, Rijeka, Croatia, March 26, 2017”

“The knowledge belongs to all of us.” – Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D.

“If we’re the Ancients and we’re building in sections, we would have seams.

“You can see the top [of the hill] being so regular [and rounded]. The line is really regular, even though the composition of the hill is this really, really strong, tortured material — seemingly tortured, if it was natural — and yet the top is perfectly smooth. It doesn’t make any sense. If this stuff came into existence by the forces of nature, the hill would not be so smooth [and rounded] at the top.

“I want to encourage anyone listening to this video to think of this as some kind of concrete — and not natural — as a hypothesis. . . . We had veins like this, calcite veins, in the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun concrete. And you can see the veins run all through this stuff. Could be natural, right? Could very well be natural. But then again, what if it’s not? If it’s not natural, that’s really, really, really important to know. So, even if the chances of this being artificial are very small, I think it’s important that we pursue this possibility. And there are clues, like these calcite veins, that this could be artificial.”

– Jock Doubleday
“A Tumulus Built in Ancient Times, East of Kosmaj, Serbia, April 26, 2016”

“Superluminal” (science-fiction story about Tesla, the ether, and more)

Posted by Jock William Doubleday on Friday, March 13, 2015