Star forts in Australia
While researching star forts for a previous article, I came across this gem in the vast desert of the southern part of Western Australia.
It was discovered by amateur researchers, like most discoveries of any significance in the last decades. It’s a star fort where there isn’t supposed to be one if we believe the “official” History of Australia. There are no historical records of star forts being built, much less in the middle of nowhere. Star forts are commonly built as the center of cities.
If you Zoom out a little, you can see the same things as in so many other star fort locations around the world: Signs of what looks like a large ancient city that has been bombed:
Zoom out a little more and you see numerous squares stretching hundreds of miles. These are not natural formations, they look like a grid:
Many streets or straight lines lead to the star fort as if it had been some kind of center from which to disperse or accumulate energy:
According to Google Earth, there are roads that lead to the place even though it’s not marked as inhabited, as tourist site or anything else. Nor is it clear whether the roads are paved and there are no towns nearby. The closest towns are called Zanthus and Balladonia, a 2 hour drive north or south of the star fort. The connecting road between the two villages does not pass through the ancient region, it goes around it.
As in other places, modern roads were likely built on top of the ancient straight lines. The highway through Balladonia for example, is perfectly straight for 90 miles (146 km). In the Internet, the settlement of Balladonia is claimed to have been abandoned. From what I can tell online, Zanthus is nothing more than a train station and an airstrip.
I’m not familiar with the area so I can’t tell how accessible the ancient site is. But I’ll say this much: There are many desert areas where a little bit of digging will unearth destroyed ancient civilizations. Signs of such can be found in Sahara, Arizona, California, the “Empty Quarter” in Saudi Arabia, the Gobi desert and elsewhere.
The longest fences in the world
Australia has the longest fence in the world. They built a staggering 5614 km (3488 miles) of fence in the 1880s and called it the Dingo fence. It’s purpose is allegedly, to keep rabbits off of cropland. Nothing unusual, right? Let’s build a fence through the entire country to keep rabbits away from our crops. But since crops are grown on both sides of the fence, you wonder which side is to be protected.
Many people in Australia have commented that “keeping rabbits out” cannot be the real purpose of the fence because before the structure was even completed, there were plenty of rabbits on both sides of it. It’s the explanation given to people too lazy to think for themselves. In those days, there were reports that the fence was useless against rabbits but they kept building it. And even though today the rabbit pest no longer exists, they keep maintaining it. That’s the giveaway that it was never about rabbits. But for is it then?
The second longest fence in the world is also in Australia. It’s the rabbit-proof fence of Western Australia stretching to 3265 km (2023 miles). There are actually three gigantic fences in Western Australia alone:
Certainly an odd way of going about “pest control”. In other countries protection against intruders is handled by the private fences of its citizens. Nobody else in the whole wide world makes fences against animals across the entire country, especially not one as big as Australia. Parts of these fences are electric. Here too, the “pests” they are supposed to protect against, exist in abundance on both sides of the fence. , They reportedly cost 10 Million a year.
It’s conceivable that Australians wished to separate fertile from infertile land and keep out the strange and venomous desert creatures from their farms. On the other hand, the fences have been shown to cause ecological damage. In other parts of the world we see how desert creatures tend to stay in deserts. It’s the climate they need.
Could there be some other reason for the fences that we haven’t been told?
Off Limits Places
At first sight, Australia is a country like any other. But just a little look beyond superficial tourist brochures reveals that it’s entirely unique. There are a lot of places that are off-limits to normal people because they can’t be accessed with normal vehicles or because the Government forbids you to go there.
The Woomera Prohibited Area
This area the size of England is “prohibited” to you. You will never see it unless you work for “the Government”. Never mind that Aborigines lived there for thousands of years (and still do). They say this area is for aerospace research, air force and rocket ranges. The problem? The area is vast. Imagine needing to use all of England for rocket experiments. Who needs that much space for rocket launches? The English don’t, the Americans don’t, the Russians don’t. America has 329 Million people. In Russia there are 145 Million. Australia has only 25 million people, but needs a rocket-test site of this size? Just like with the rabbit fences, the official explanation is not plausible.
The rocket range pictured below does not require even a tiny fraction of that space:
Could there be another reason such a large chunk of land is kept secret?
Between 1956 and 1963 a part of the area was rented out to Great Britain for nuclear testing. But the contaminated area is much smaller than the entirety of the Woomera prohibited area.
There is one highway you are allowed to drive on – Stuart Highway (the 1700 km highway that crosses Australia from South to North). But while driving through hundreds of miles of the forbidden zone, you mustn’t deviate from that Highway at any time, for any reason.
One reason for the secrecy could be that the area, when seen on Google Earth, is full of ancient lines and grids that were put there artificially and never explained in your schools, media or by your “Government”. As in many other areas in the world, modern installations were built on top of the old ones, perhaps in an effort to conceal or re-purpose them.
Just a few hundred miles north there is another military facility that’s mostly underground, near Alice Springs. A large area around the facility is off-limits to people.
Again, “the Government” does not communicate what goes on at Pine Gap. Just pay your taxes, but we won’t tell you how the money is used. The area is also a no-fly zone.
Here is a “no fly zone for drones” map of Australia. It kindly tells us exactly where to look if we wish to make interesting discoveries:
You can see that hundreds of miles around Pine Gap are off-limits, Southern Australia is mostly off-limits and the star fort area we just looked at also has limitations, even though there is allegedly nothing to see there. Astonishingly there appear to be no restrictions for all of Queensland (Northeast Australia).
Much has been written about Pine Gap, so I’ll take the opportunity to share something that hasn’t been written yet. You saw it here first!
If you look at Pine Gap on GoogleEarth closely, you’ll soon notice that the Pine Gap roads were built on top of more ancient roadways. An example:
Don’t see it? Look at the road on the bottom right and how a barely visible trace of it continues to the bottom left. You can see the same at the top center of the image, with the vague outlines of a more ancient road leading further north.
The symmetric and artificial “X” symbol in the landscape can be found around the world. You’ll see a built-over version of this if you scroll up and take another look at the Woomera region.
New places being built on top of old ones can be seen around the world, but that’s a topic for another article.
Heard Island is an “external territory” of Australia, between Madagascar and the Antarctic. The Island is uninhabited. That’s because you aren’t allowed to go there without permission of the Australian Government.
Strange: Heard Island has been assigned it’s own Internet Domain ending: hm. Why would an uninhabited place have it’s own Internet country code? Shouldn’t it be .au for Australia?
As I explained in my book Mysteries of the Arctic and Antarctic, there are always two popular excuses when places are “forbidden”: Military or environmental. In the case of Heard Island, it is claimed that it’s for environmental protection that permits are not given unless for Government-run science projects.
Similar regulations apply to other Islands around Australia, too numerous to list here.
As seen on the GoogleMaps screenshot below, Australia is full of National Parks. These parks have restricted access and strict rules for stay. Visitors are monitored. There are bans on photography, machinery, or as in the case of Elliot Price National Park, the whole place is banned from visitors.
Of course none of this proves anything anomalous or clandestine. It’s conceivable that there are benevolent Government officials that simply wish to preserve natural habitats throughout the country. I looked at Elliot Price natural reserve for a while on Google Earth and found nothing unusual. But not all natural reserves are that innocent as this next example shows.
South of Melbourne there is a strip of land facing the Ocean that is partially off-limits as a national park. Before it was a national park it was off-limits because of fear of landmines. And before that it was off-limits because it contained underground military bases. Every decade had another reason why certain places were forbidden.
The image below is of “Nullarbor National Park”, vast flatlands along the southern coast of Australia. What’s amazing about Nullarbor is that it features no modern roads (except for the highway crossing it), no towns, no trees and no hills and it looks like it’s been flattened by a gigantic iron.
It’s bizarre that the entire area is a “no fly zone” as there is allegedly nothing to see there. Because the Government are the only people allowed to make aerial footage of the region, we’ll have to rely on their images. Remember: Even though it’s an arid and barren wasteland with no features at all, you mustn’t, under any circumstances, fly a drone over it to take pictures. How strange.
The reason for the drone ban might be that you figure out that there are perfectly straight lines, not built by modern hand, running through the landscape. They are visible on Google Earth:
Examine the photo below. Notice anything anomalous?
Modern highways were built on top of ancient lines. That’s why some highways in Australia are perfectly straight, with no consideration of the natural environment they run across. It’s a strange way to build a road, unless you wish to make use of an already existing one. You can see that there was something more ancient there because two other perfectly straight lines run parallel to the highway. Maybe I’m wrong about this, but I suspect that the two additional pathways weren’t put there by the people who laid the highway.
Here’s one of the many boxes of Australia close up:
In my book “Extraterrestrial Linguistics“, I showed how the language of the Aborigines is related to Ancient German. It is in fact a mix of Hungarian and archaic German. From that I know they were part of the same global people that are today called “the indigenous” of every country. If we’d been more friendly with them, I’m sure they’d share the secrets of how these lines through the landscape came to be. But as things are, they keep the knowledge to themselves.
A photo from Eyre Peninsula at a place that also has drone no-fly restrictions for no logical reason:
Bunda Cliffs in Nullarbor National Park:
This is a map of national reserves and protected areas in Australia:
The protection of wildlife is commendable. Maybe I’m wrong to suspect anything different than ecology-mindedness. But I wonder why some of the protected nature reserves coincide with rocket testing ranges and military installations. 😉
The problem with old maps
The problem: Australia is claimed to have been “discovered” in 1606 (I guess we’re supposed to ignore the fact that the Aborigines discovered the land long before). But maps between the 1500s and 1770s show us a different Australia – a land that is actually the Antarctic or attached to the Antarctic.
A 1530 map of the world:
1507 Abraham Ortelius:
A 1687 map:
No change in this 1773 map:
A 1738 map from Japan. Not only is Australia part of the Antarctic, but Sahara is a lush green land here.
History books say that the shape of Australia was unknown until recently. We’re meant to believe that ancient map makers got the whole world right, to every last detail, but they didn’t know Australia. Well, I don’t believe that. Alternative explanations:
Was there some kind of cataclysmic event that formed the Continent of Australia?
Or did Australia belong to “enemy territory” and was therefore not clearly defined?
Or is Australia still part of the Antarctic and that’s why it has not only the most deadly creatures of any country but also large fences to ward them off?
Here’s an interesting thought: Looking at the Japanese map above, it’s conceivable that Australia split off (or was split off) from the Antarctic at some point. The part that was split off, coincides with the strange coastline we see in Southern Australia (see images of Nullarbor, Eyre and Bunda Cliffs above). And perhaps that’s why there are so many animals that can only be found in Australia but nowhere else in the known world.
I’ll leave you with one last oddity:
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, a drone found the exit of this tunnel but they don’t know where the entrance is.
As I said, Australia is not what it seems!
This article has only begun to scratch the surface of what Australia is or was. I am certain that looking at Australia from above will literally unearth much more.