The Terraforming of Terra – the End of Institutional Geology and the Beginning of a New Era of Understanding

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by Jock Doubleday
January 24, 2020

In a universe without beginning or end in time (there was no Big Bang), species have had an infinite amount of time to advance technologically, to develop planet-terraforming and planet-building skills, for instance.

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Our eternally recurring, ever-changing toroidal universe. The Big Bang never happened. (Obviously.)

In my upcoming book, “Who Built the Earth?” I offer a plethora, a cascade, of scientific evidence in support of the Artificial Earth Hypothesis.

Who Built the Earth? cover image

In this article, however, we will confine our discussion to Earth-surface terraforming.

Gaia’s Cool, Curving Clefts

Gaia’s eternally wet interior, her endless riverbeds and creek beds, give us the clues we need to identify ancient building across her planetary surface.

The videos below provide scientific evidence that riverbeds and riverbanks (and hills) on three continents were built in ancient times as part of a worldwide continental terraforming project.

Please Note: In these videos, the word “eons” is used to mean “a long period of time.”

What we find: Straight-line seams bisect what university geology calls “eons of natural sedimentary layers.” These vertical straight-line seams tell us that these layers could not have been laid down over eons. The seams tell us that the layers were not created by nature, because nature would not have been able to create a vertical line through many layers of horizontal sedimentary material.

These videos (see below) provide visual evidence of ancient Earth-surface terraforming on three continents, specifically in Texas, South Africa, Bosnia, Serbia, and Croatia.

The Master Builders and the Terraforming of Planet Earth
Ancient Riverbeds

“The Terraforming of Terra” video series

“And oftentimes they have the vertical lines through the — which are seams, not fractures; fractures break apart, seams join together — we have the vertical lines through the “eons” of material. Oh, really, “eons”? Oh, okay, thanks, professors. I guess you didn’t look at the material. You didn’t come down here and actually look at it. You just said, ‘Oh, we’ve been told its sedimentary, I guess it’s sedimentary.'”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Blanco River, Wimberley, Texas, November 27, 2019″

In the video above is a comparison of archaeological (not geological) features of Terra’s layered surface in Texas, Bosnia, Croatia, and South Africa.

Comparisons

1) parallel vertical straight-line seams in concrete in
a) Cypress Creek’s south bank and
b) Buci Hill’s south bank

2) non-parallel vertical straight-line seams in concrete in
a) Cypress Creek’s south bank and
b) the Fojnica River’s south bank (just southwest of the Temple of Mother Earth)
c) Rijeka Croatia
d) Elands River’s south bank (Waterval Boven, Mpumalanga Province, South Africa)

3) smooth-faced section interiors in concrete in
a) Cypress Creek’s south bank and
b) Buci Hill’s south bank

Vertical seams transversing layers tell us that an advanced ancient culture terraformed the earth by laying down many layers of material in a single time period (not “eons”!) with smooth-faced vertical section breaks. These smooth-faced vertical section breaks lead us to believe that the ancients’ sections were laid down inside vertical-sided molds.

The ancients built in sections, left to right, and in layers. The section breaks of a terraformed Earth are seen in the vertical seams in layered material (concrete). This artificial concrete material is known to institutional geology as “natural sedimentary layers,” and the seams (section-breaks) are know to institutional geology as “fractures.”

University professors are desperate to call vertical section breaks “fractures,” even though these fractures are not breaking the material apart but joining it together. The “fractures” of institutional geology are not fractures but seams; they are not geological but archaeological features.

What’s astonishing is that, for hundreds of years, literally hundreds of thousands of geologists worldwide have failed to engage the evidence in front of their eyes, preferring instead to adhere to their “natural sedimentary layering” hypothesis.

Real science marches on.

“What formed this long seam that goes [vertically] through the entire thing? It’s not fracturing. It’s joined together, like a seam in a garment. So all the way down [the creek bank], we have sections that occur.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Cypress Creek, Wimberley, Texas, November 24, 2019″

“I don’t know if these were the Master Builders, but I have a feeling these were the Master Builders that Corey Goode talks about that have built structures throughout the universe, throughout the many galaxies that have been explored so far by the Secret Space Program or [explored] by races who have informed the Secret Space Program. . . . [The S.S.P.] have been in contact with 900 E.T. races through trade. So the Rockefeller Secret Space Program has traded – and usually they [the E.T. races] trade biologicals, they don’t use money, nobody uses money in the Cosmos except us, because we’re so primitive. But they do use things that are of value, it’s just that they don’t represent them with money. They just trade objects.
“And the objects that they want from us are in general artifacts that we find, ancient artifacts that we don’t understand what they are, and we just think, “Oh, it’s just a stone,” but later we find out that it’s a machine. And that’s real precious to them. And the fact that an ancient race, an ancient off-world race wants a certain stone from us should be a clue that it’s not just a stone, it’s something else.
“And they want biologicals, which is genetic materials. They want ovaries, they want sperm, they want blood, they want flesh. That’s what they want. They want to use it for genetic testing and general biological testing. And they want to use it for food, in some cases. Corey Goode got an unfortunate chance to find that out [that some races eat humans], but it’s fortunate that he found it out so that he could tell us.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Cypress Creek, Wimberley, Texas, November 24, 2019″

“Academia is desperate to call tunnels worldwide “caves,” “chambers,” and “wells” to distract humanity from the truth about the inner earth.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Jacob’s Well, Wimberley, Texas, November 29, 2019″

“So then we have to ask ourselves, ‘If the institutional geologists are not doing their job and looking at the material, who will look at it, and what are the institutional geologists doing to earn their salaries?”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Jacob’s Well, Wimberley, Texas, November 29, 2019″

“To call it a [natural] fracture would be to literally admit that you’re anti-science. . . . . That’s a seam that runs through many layers of built material.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Jacob’s Well, Wimberley, Texas, November 29, 2019″

“The ancients were using seashells in their terraforming. And that’s an incredibly interesting thing. 3D printing has gotten to the point where they’re using seashell material, [which is] calcium carbonate[, a binder]. . . . If we’re using seashells, maybe the ancients were using seashells. So seashells are not proof that this is sedimentary material. Geologists will say, ‘If there’s a seashell in it, obviously it’s natural.’ No.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Jacob’s Well, Wimberley, Texas, November 29, 2019″

“Academia is desperate to call tunnels worldwide “caves,” “chambers,” and “wells” to distract humanity from the truth about the inner earth.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Jacob’s Well, Wimberley, Texas, November 29, 2019″

“If we really look at the geology of any creek bed — the banks, the bed itself — we can discover that it’s archaeology from the distant past, and not in fact natural geology.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 1, Gillespie County, Texas, December 21, 2019″

“That seam in ancient terraformed concrete is what your professor asks you to pay him a salary to tell you is a fracture that’s breaking apart the natural material.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 1, Gillespie County, Texas, December 21, 2019″

“This material is intentionally mixed material from ancient times. They mixed the material, and then they heated the material in place to create a riverbed, a creek, which has no name. We don’t even think it’s worthy of a name, it’s so small. But the ancients took care in building this beautiful little creek. And they sectioned their material. Sectioned, sectioned, sectioned. And you can see the section lines really clearly.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 1, Gillespie County, Texas, December 21, 2019″

“All across Terra, the ancients created thin, hard layers as stabilizing structural elements to hold in place softer, thicker earthquake-mitigating layers.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 1, Gillespie County, Texas, December 21, 2019″

“We don’t have an age for the terraforming, yet.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 1, Gillespie County, Texas, December 21, 2019″

“To see, which is to say, to understand what we’re looking at, we have to spend time looking. So, looking can turn into seeing, but we have to spend time, spend time, spend time. Keep looking. Just look. Don’t look with preconceptions. Just look at it. Come again, look at it again. Come the next day, look again. Come a year later, look again. But keep looking.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 1, Gillespie County, Texas, December 21, 2019″

“Geologists have fantasies about the earth. And therefore they cannot look at the material. If geologists looked at the material they purport to know something about, they would have to hand in their certificates, their degrees, their egos. Because none of what they would be looking at, none of what they would be seeing, would match what they have been told and what they tell others.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 2, Gillespie County, Texas, December 22, 2019″

“We see the [now exposed] interior face of a section. We see that it’s smooth.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 2, Gillespie County, Texas, December 22, 2019″

“No way you’d have a [natural] vertical straight-line fracture through many eons of sedimentary materials. But it is completely logical that the ancients built in sections. . . . It’s not ‘eons.’ They [the ancients] put it all down in one day.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 2, Gillespie County, Texas, December 22, 2019″

“Institutional geologists are throwing up straw man arguments. . . . I’m just showing you what’s here. I’m showing you straight-line seams that transverse different ‘sedimentary layers,’ different ‘eons.’ . . . But the geologists will give you straw man arguments. They’re always talking about erosion, and they’ll say, ‘It formed.’ When they say ‘it formed,’ that’s just words, that’s just nonsense. What formed it? What’s the actor? What’s the action that formed anything that they’re talking about?”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 2, Gillespie County, Texas, December 22, 2019″

“Nikola Tesla said that crystals are living beings. And in the consciousness-raising community, there is talk, more and more, about crystals as harbors for information from the past and of the possibility that we might be able to access this information, these records. Then we must ask ourselves, ‘What do crystals know?’ Well, the ancients terraformed the earth, the continents, with crystalline material. What do continents know? Let’s see if we can find out what some of the terraformed crystalline material that the ancients laid down in sections can tell us.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 3, The Teaching Stones, December 29, 2019″

“The ancients built in an upstream direction, section by section, stepping up their creek bed a few inches at a time, making sure that 1) the water would have micro-turbulence at each step (every few feet), a turbulence that would generate health-giving negative ions, and making sure that 2) the water would run placidly, keeping erosion of creek banks to a minimum. As with the Fojnica and Bosnia Rivers in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, the ancients built their hills and pyramids from the water courses up. The ancients constructed creek beds and riverbeds, fully terraformed objects, as the foundations of hills and pyramids around the world.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – End of Geology Creek, Part 4, Flowing Toward Truth, January 5, 2020″

Texas Creek Bed Step-Downs and Creek Bank Transverse Seams

“Institutional Geology would say that these layers were laid down in different eons. But this seam goes through all these layers. So you know that institutional Geology is incorrect. . . . The diagonal seam comes here and is running basically at a 45[-degree angle] to the direction of the river. And we’ve seen that in many different [terraformed] riverbeds around the world. Again, this [seam] goes through many different layers of ‘sedimentary’ material, which means that they’re not sedimentary. They’re built. There’s no denying that. It’s an unarguable point.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 1, The Diagonal Conundrum, January 11, 2020″

“Institutional Geologists will call this a ‘joint fracture,’ [but] there’s no movement of material that’s showing a differential between these two sections. They are joined beautifully – we could almost say seamlessly, except there is a seam, but let’s call it a seamless seam, for now. Because it’s so perfect, it’s so strong, after thousands of years, dare we say millions.” “The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 1, The Diagonal Conundrum, January 11, 2020″

“The institutional Geologists, who say that these are fractures, would have to explain why there’s always a smooth interior section face when there’s breaking out of the material. . . . We get to see inside [the ancients’] sectioning. Wow! What a wonderful thing! We get to see a smooth section face! Inside! . . . It’s like seeing inside the mind of the ancients. Except that we don’t really know the truth, we don’t know their motivations for building creek beds and riverbeds around the planet.” “The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 1, The Diagonal Conundrum, January 11, 2020″

“Behind me is a seam in terraformed concrete. And we have to ask ourselves, Who put this concrete down in sections left to right in ancient times? Who joined it together so beautifully? Who would spend time involved in such a massive engineering project – to build a creek, and to build riverbeds and creek beds around the world, and, by the way, as foundations for pyramids and other structures? And when did this race with a lot of extra time on their hands perform this monumental task of advanced engineering?” “The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 1, The Diagonal Conundrum, January 11, 2020″

“What sort of hypnotic state must humanity have been in for hundreds and thousands of years to simply ignore regular sectioning, [approximately 45-degree] diagonal lines that go through this material – regular diagonal lines, regular sections (regular left to right) – lines that go through many different ‘eons’ (according to institutional Geology). How is one line going through different eons of material? It makes no sense at all. And why is this seam called a ‘fracture,’ when there is no fracturing? There’s only strength. There’s joining. An astonishing feat of engineering.” “The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 1, The Diagonal Conundrum, January 11, 2020″

“So this [creek bed] concrete . . . will create, not just turbulence as a level stepping down, but turbulence because of the knobbiness of the concrete, micro-turbulence to create health-giving negative ions. Amazing. . . . See how many levels they have? . . . This stepping, this concrete stepping, is controlling the rate of flow. Fantastic. . . . And we see the corrugation here, because we do have a really steep angle of descent, right here. From there to here, it’s really steep. And you can see how many different levels – the leaves are caught on the corrugated [concrete] material. . . . So [to brake the flow of the water,] they did not make it smooth. . . .” “The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 1, The Diagonal Conundrum, January 11, 2020″

“Together, we have diagnosed this incredible twin-creek bed and banks. We’ve diagnosed the [regular section] seams. We’ve diagnosed the alternating hard and soft layers that the ancients laid down to keep their structure strong, to make it last. We’ve diagnosed the stepping of the creek bed itself, the corrugated pattern, many different levels, to make sure the water flows slowly, giving their creek bank a longer life through the ages. We’ve also found diagonal seams that run at a 45-degree angle, approximately, to the flow of the river, not only here in Texas, but in riverbeds and creek beds in Bosnia. We have an incredible feat of ancient engineering in the creek bank, here. . . . We have this incredible monument to ancient engineering know-how.” “The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 1, The Diagonal Conundrum, January 11, 2020″

“Each seam in the banks of Ancient Archaeology Creek describes a single vertical line through what we are told are different “eons” of layered material. This means that the layers were not laid down over eons (long periods of geological time) by natural sedimentary action but instead were laid down artificially, in a relatively short span of time, as part of individual left-to-right concrete sections, as the ancients worked their way across the continent.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 2, Stepping Up to Diagonal, Gillespie County, Texas, January 18, 2020″

“Let’s call this next very deep layer one layer – it could be three, actually – and then this is a harder layer, here, that joins with the very hard creek bed. But that’s at least three layers of ‘sedimentary material,’ through which the diagonal seams make their way. Which means they cannot be natural fractures. . . . One line is transversing many ‘eons’ of material. Impossible.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 2, Stepping Up to Diagonal, Gillespie County, Texas, January 18, 2020″

“Stepped creek beds prevent flowing water from accelerating unimpeded. Stepping extends the life of curving creek banks. And stepping creates turbulence, generating health-giving negative ions.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3a, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“Notice the lack of water erosion. Sharp-edged imprinted patterns survive the ages. No water erosion of super-dense concrete. The artificial creek bed retains its original form.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3a, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“What we see is molded concrete, right? Nature didn’t do this. The creek bed is one piece, with steps in it, one long molded concrete piece. Then you’ve got these [creek bank] layers protecting it.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3a, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“And you say, ‘How do you know this is terraforming and not natural?’ Well, we see the seams between the sections. The ancients didn’t just magic it all down. . . . We see the seams that mark the sections that the ancients put down.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3a, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“Notice there’s no fractures, there’s no cracks [in the lower creek bank layer]. Nothing, nothing, nothing. It’s beautiful, it’s perfect. The ancients were so good at this that you can barely see their section line. You can barely see it, it’s so joined. It’s a seam, like a seam in a garment. It’s joined together. . . . It’s integral. Strong. This is where they wanted their creek bed bank to be. . . . Their seams are very, very strong. They’re almost invisible, sometimes. Almost invisible. It’s incredible. The only way we can really see it is the coloration, the difference in coloration [at the seam].”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3a, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“Let’s call the finely seamed horizontal layers ‘secondary layers’ and the thicker layer that they compose a ‘primary layer.’ [Please Note:] Weathering coloration differs in Sections A and B. Secondary layering pattern differs in Sections A and B.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3a, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“So we see, as we always do, at the section lines, we see a smooth interior face. When we do get to see the inside of a section face, we see how smooth it is. Institutional Geology would call that a crack, a fracture. They call that a joint fracture. But we know it’s sectioning. It’s a seam in ancient concrete, because we get to see this smooth interior face in mottled concrete.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3a, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“Let’s call the ancients’ multiple flat-section stepping of watercourse beds ‘plateauing.'”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3a, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“Channeling vortexes the water, as do curving creek banks.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3a, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“That’s the sound of ancient concrete. They wanted it to last, and it has lasted. Fantastic.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3a, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“Above the [creek bank’s] primary layer, we see this softer, jumbled material – earthquake-mitigating – an earthquake-mitigating layer composed of really small, chalky, soft layers. You always see this, always, always, always – not just here in Texas but around the world. When they build pyramids, when they build hills, when they build creek banks, riverbanks, they always use alternating hard and soft layers.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3b, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“As we move up the creek, we see these diagonal section lines, section seams [in the creek bank]. . . . So the ancients were building in diagonal sections. Diagonal to the flow of the river: about a 45[-degree angle]. Institutional Geology is going to say, ‘Shut up, sit down, and take the test.’ That’s all they’re going to say. And the test will be on the various names of minerals.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3b, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“As we move up [the creek bed], we see the regular seamage. Here’s another one, a diagonal seam, diagonal to the flow of the river. As we see in Bosnia, as we see in the Blanco River [in Texas].
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3b, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“Diagonal seam . . . diagonal to the flow of the river. And we have this nice smooth section face showing us that the ancients built in sections. Because we have this really knobby material, really knobby, really knobby, really knobby, really knobby. And then [on the exposed interior section face,] smooth. Not perfectly smooth, not Grecian smoothness. On the other side of the Creek, we see again a diagonal construction seam. And that seam, if you follow it across, is going to match a diagonal seam on the other side. Another seam like this. . . . When I say ‘matching,’ I don’t mean it would necessarily be a perfect linear match. I’m saying it’s going to be an angular match. It’ll be the same angle as seams over here on this side of the creek. Because that’s what we’ve seen. We just go with the evidence. Now, why institutional Geology is not going with the evidence, I don’t know.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3b, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“Now, up above this primary bank of Ancient Archaeology Creek is a continuation composed of regular-depth ancient concrete layers. And let’s look for seams in these layers. When I say, ‘look for seams,’ I don’t mean that we’re worried we won’t find them. We will find them, because that’s how the ancients built. So here’s a diagonal seam right here. Another diagonal seam. And they’re so closely knitted, you can barely see them. Another diagonal seam right there. Let’s follow it. It’s so closely knitted, it’s unbelievable, really. The coloration helps us. But then we have one that’s less closely knitted. We’re going to start here, and we’re just going to move right up the seam. Now, if you want to call this a fracture, we’re going to have to put you in a mental institution, okay? That’s a seam that’s joining together. And it’s diagonal to the flow of the river. Here’s another one. Here’s another seam that’s joining together, joining, joining. So we have these what look to be just sort of random natural layers of concretized material. But in fact this was concrete laid down intentionally by the ancients as part of this hill bordering Ancient Archaeology Creek. Astonishing.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3b, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“So every few feet we find another seam. But until we find the seam, we don’t find fracturing. so the material stays strong. It’s completely integral until we find a seam, and even then it’s integral. Look how close-knitted that is. It’s so strong.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3b, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“So presumably these two sections were cooling at about the same time to be able to join so perfectly. Perhaps. We don’t know how they did it. They might have used sonic [heating] technology, which would have allowed them to do things we don’t know about.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3b, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“Notice how the material is integral, integral, integral, and the only place we find any breaking is at a section line, a clear section line. Pretty amazing, right? Amazing that it’s so strong that it’s held this long.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3b, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

“We can see the quality of the building. And if we think that this might be 100,000 years old, or a million years old, it’s amazing that it’s survived the cold and heat differential.”
“The Terraforming of Terra – Ancient Archaeology Creek, Part 3b, Material Integrity, Gillespie County, Texas, January 20, 2020”

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Conclusion

We have a terraformed planet. The question is, When was the terraforming performed, by whom, and why?

More terrforming-revealing videos coming soon. (You can make yours, too!)

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 https://anamericaninbosnia.wordpress.com/ and at http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com. Some of his videos about the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, especially those shot in 2014 and 2015, can be found at https://vimeo.com/user29144093. Most of his archaeology-related videos can be found at http://youtube.com/BosnianPyramids. 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, https://www.facebook.com/SemirOsmanagich. 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 whobuilttheearth@gmail.com.

Further Research

Article: “The Terraforming of Terra – Reflection Canyon, Utah, U.S.

Article: “The Terraforming of Terra: Diagonal-seam riverbed construction on two continents

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”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mvIHCZrLjU&t=1409s

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”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCZYLjTeFwo&t=5s&list=PLt_TE56WfD9-yjx2Wq9sZVuk4UmYm5MhM&index=57

Video: “Super-durable concrete on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun – an explanation of megapascals”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XHQLnPBHj4&list=PL2D8BNSXd6pAyeZpEZr9HPygs_bQMYgxc&index=42&t=9s

“The Mysterious Anti-Scientific Agenda of Robert Schoch – Part 1: The Bosnian Pyramid Complex”
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.ba/2013/03/the-mysterious-anti-scientific-agenda_455.html

“The Mysterious Anti-Scientific Agenda of Robert Schoch: Part 2 – The Yonaguni Monument 与那国記念碑”
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com/2013/02/the-mysterious-anti-scientific-agenda.html

“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”
https://anamericaninbosnia.wordpress.com/2016/09/24/megasphere-the-stone-ball-that-wouldnt-roll-away-archaeology-magazine-ignored-the-march-2016-discovery-of-the-most-massive-stone-sphere-in-the-world-but-its-still-there/

“Stonewalling the Ancients: Robert Schoch Continues to Ignore Evidence of Ancient Underwater Stonework at the Yonaguni Monument”
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com/2015/08/stonewalling-ancients-robert-schoch.html

“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)
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com/2013/03/witchcraft-cartography-and-clairvoyant.html

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?”
https://www.facebook.com/SemirOsmanagich/photos/pb.288103227872537.-2207520000.1487932021./1617373314945515/?type=3&theater

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”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1WxRni9nko&index=24&list=PL2D8BNSXd6pAyeZpEZr9HPygs_bQMYgxc&t=86s

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″

Youtube:

Google Maps:
https://www.google.rs/maps/place/Babe/@44.5361398,20.5184502,3a,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”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FaNc5DnjCg&feature=youtu.be

#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”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqagJNIVKbw&list=PL2D8BNSXd6pAyeZpEZr9HPygs_bQMYgxc&index=1&t=61s
Semir Osmanagich Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/SemirOsmanagich/posts/1656206667728846

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”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFc14v5x-Jg

“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”
https://vimeo.com/145989267

Seams in stones on a built hill in Waterval Boven, South Africa. Photos by Jock Doubleday, November 12, 2015.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=906766312712005&set=a.906763339378969.1073742092.100001359335487&type=3&theater

#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?”
https://anamericaninbosnia.wordpress.com/2016/12/04/ancient-petroglyphs-carved-into-surface-stones-in-waterval-boven-south-africa-are-they-talking-about-the-sky-or-about-the-microscopically-small/

#3. Straight-line vertical seams in what the geologists call sedimentary rock.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=905752752813361&set=a.905735932815043.1073742090.100001359335487&type=3&theater

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”

Semir Osmanagich Facebook page:

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

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