AREA D1: Italy, Malta, San Marino, Vatican City

D1PTU AREA D1 

ItalyMaltaSan MarinoVatican City

AKIRWA – AWRIKA – ARIES – KAHE PAHE

PTU Area D1, or Area of Akyarw, includes the European territories of four sovereign states (ItalyMaltaSan MarinoVatican City). It is located on the Italian Peninsula in Southern Europe, on the land between the peninsula and the Alps and on the two main Mediterranean islands of Sicily and Sardinia. Its territory includes further islands of the Italian Republic and the archipelago of the independent state of Malta. It also comprehends the independent states of San Marino and the Vatican City, which are enclaves within the Italian Peninsula, and Campione d’Italia, an Italian exclave in Switzerland.

It consists of the following regions (please click on the related link for detailed information)

REGION D1-1: ITALY, Lazio, VATICAN CITY

REGION D1-2: ITALY, Emilia-Romagna, SAN MARINO

REGION D1-3: ITALY, Lombardia

REGION D1-4: ITALY, Campania, Abruzzo, Molise

REGION D1-5: ITALY, Marche, Umbria

REGION D1-6: ITALY, Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige, Friuli Venezia Giulia

REGION D1-7: ITALY, Puglia, Calabria, Basilicata

REGION D1-8: ITALY, Sicily

REGION D1-9: ITALY, Tuscany

REGION D1-10: ITALY, Piemonte, Val d’Aosta, Liguria

REGION D1-11: ITALY, Sardegna

REGION D1-12: MALTA

 

Country Km2 Population SCI SPS PrO Capital
 Italy, IT 301230 58751711 787 Italie Rome
 Malta, MT 316 397499 1 Italie Valletta
 San Marino, SM 61 27730 2 Italie San Marino
 Vatican City, VA 0.44 900 Italie Vatican City
Total D1 301607 59177840 790 Rome

The table above provide the geopolitical content of PTU Area D1, indicating its four sovereign states with their respective ISO-code (first column), the area in km² (second column), the estimated population (third column), the amount of Sacred Cone Inceptions (SCI) in the fourth column, the estimated number of Sacred Power Sites (SPS) in the fifth column, the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction (sixth column), and the Level 1 administrative capital (seventh column). The final row includes the total and the PTU Area Capital.

Italy-CIA_WFB_Map_(2004)L1 STATE SYSTEM

ITALY

Location: Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea.

Geographical Centre: 42° 50’N, 12° 50’E, near località Acera, (Campello sul Clitunno, Perugia, Umbria) D1-5-11. Piazza San Rufo (42°24’8.79″N; 12°51’44.42″E), the central square of Rieti (Lazio) D1-1-8, is traditionally considered to be the centre of Italy (Latin Umbilicus Italiae). Narni (42°30’59.35″N; 12°31’35.84″E) (Terni, Umbria) D1-5-3 and Monteluco (42°43’23.33″N; 12°45’12.47″E) (Spoleto, Perugia, Umbria) D1-5-11, are also considered centres for the Italian peninsula.

Area: 301340 sq km.

Terrainmainly mountainous, with the Alps in its northern boundary and the Apennine Mountains shaping the backbone of most of the territory. In between the Alps and the Apennine lies a large plain, the Padan Plain (Pianura Padana), in the valley of the Po, Italy’s largest river. It includes active volcanoes: EtnaVulcanoStromboli, and Vesuvius, which is the only active volcano on the European mainland, and various lakes, the largest of which is Garda.

Elevation extremes: Highest point: Mont Blanc (Monte Bianco), 4748 m, a secondary peak of Mont Blanc (Courmayeur) D1-10-10. Lowest point: Mediterranean Sea, 0 m.

Climate: predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south.

Natural Resources: coal, mercury, zinc, potash, marble, barite, asbestos, pumice, fluorspar, feldspar, pyrite (sulfur), natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, arable land.

Population: 58126212 (July 2009 est.).

Growth Rate: -0.047% (2009 est.)

Ethnic Groups: Italian (includes small clusters of German-, French-, and Slovene-Italians in the north and Albanian-Italians and Greek-Italians in the south)

Religions: Roman Catholic 90% (approx. about one-third practicing), other 10% (includes mature Protestant and Jewish communities and a growing Muslim immigrant community)

Languages: Italian (official), German (parts of Trentino-Alto Adige region are predominantly German speaking), French (small French-speaking minority in Valle d’Aosta region), Slovene (Slovene-speaking minority in the Trieste-Gorizia area)

L1 System Division: The State System of Italy is divided into 20 administrative regions (regioni), 109 provinces (province) and 8,100 municipalities (comuni). Italy’s administrative regions are included in 11 PTU Regions (from D1-1 to D1-11). Lazio, Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy, Sardinia and Sicily have their own PTU Region. Other PTU Regions embody two or three administrative regions.

Type of Government: republic

Capital: Rome, 41° 54’N, 12° 29’E

Natal Code: 12.2.9 Neptune Alien Power (17 March 1861, 0:00, Turin): Kingdom of Italy proclaimed; 4.10.7, Saturn Alien Vessel (2 July 1871, 12:30, Rome) Unification; 3.8.8, Uranus Alien Power (10 June 1946, 18:00, Rome): Republic of Italy.

History: Italy was the seat of the Roman Empire, ruling most of the known world. The Empire collapsed following German and Ostrogoth invasions, and Italy gradually fragmented in many states, with the Papal State being one of the most important. Italy became a sovereign state in 1861 when the regional states of the peninsula, also including Sardinia and Sicily, were united under King Victor Emmanuel II. A democratic republic replaced the monarchy in 1946 and the State System of Italy is officially known as the Italian Republic (Repubblica Italiana).

Flag: three equal vertical bands of green, white, and red; similar to the flag of Ireland, which is longer and is green, white, and orange; also similar to the flag of the Cote d’Ivoire, which has the colors reversed – orange, white, and green; inspired by the French flag brought to Italy by Napoleon in 1797, equal distribution of three stages. The first stage is in Sector Seven, the second stage in Sector One, and the Third is the Higher World.

Coat of Arms(technically an emblem) a white five-pointed star, with a fire red border, superimposed upon a five-spoked cogwheel, standing between an olive branch on the right and an oak branch on the left, the green branches are bound together by a red ribbon bearing the inscription REPVBBLICA ITALIANA in white capital letters

Esoteric ruling sign: Leo

Exoteric ruling sign: Sagittarius

Provisional ruling sign: Aries

Ecclesiastical Administration: The dominant church is the Roman Catholic Church, which is divided into 42 metropolitan archdioceses which serve as the seats of 42 Roman Catholic ecclesiastical provinces, 20 non-metropolitan archdioceses, 225 dioceses, and 25694 parishes, the largest number in Europe.

 

italie1Level 2 System Division:

Primary Jurisdiction: Italie Pradesia

Corporate Authority: Italie Nepiete Sinfaile Pralodia, or Italian Provisional Grand Lodge, was formally reconstituted in April 1986 as Nova Congregazione. The institution  followed a seven-year period under Delegate administration, with Italy consisting of two Provinces (Province of Northern Italy and Province of Southern Italy) operated by the Secretary General of Northern Italy and the Secretary General of Southern Italy respectively. This situation was the result of the heinous extinction of the previous lodge (La Congregazione) mainly due to the heinous deeds of M.Rev Pierpaolo Balestri (4.9.8). The Lodge Authority at the time of reconstitution included: the Provisional Supply Grand Master Srimati Isabelle Ishtar, the Grand Warden Sri Ramesh Jaldi and Min J. Alvarez. The Grand Flamen of the National Temple was M.Rev Francesco Del Vecchio, the Rector of the Istituto Nazionale, M.Rev A. Severi Breve, and the Secretary General, Rev A. Aizari.

Following the official establishment of the Human Intentional Configuration (HIC) in 2012, the Lodge Authority is formally vested in the Viri Exelenturime Italie Venerande Pracaria, or Gran Rector Venerabile della Nova Congregazione, although executive authority is delegated to the Italie Nepiete Sinfaile Pralodie Stajadhikara, or Gran Sorvegliante Ordinario d’Italia, M.Rev. Davide Letteri (1.1.8). 2012 is a time of vicarious transition aimed at the final establishment of the Nova Configurazione.

Delegate Authority: The territory of Italy, and Area 1, is the abode of the Provisional Delegate Bureau for the High Delegacy of Southern Europe (Dakkiniurope Pratinindha), which is territorially represented by the Savise Hainose Dominia Bogusas, operated by the Savise Mandehe Marekurserorda (Provisional Order of the Great Curse) with delegate enclave jurisdiction in Bologna and Jesi (Ancona).

Secondary Jurisdictions: Italie Jambhe Pradesia was originally divided into eight Districts, while Nova Congregazione consists of seven Societies: Jenoe (Genoa), Milane (Milan), Napole (Naples), Orione (Oriental), Sicilie (Sicily), Taurine (Turin), Firenze (Florence), and a Metropolitan Society (Rome). Reformation of the Secondary Jurisdiction started as from 21 March 2012 and will eventually lead to a 12-Region subdivisiuon based upon the PTU for Area D1 (see map below).

Power Sites: Italy has D1 Gridba vast range of Power Sites embracing a variety of traditions and ages. The most ancient sites come from unchartered cultures dating back to 15000-8000 BC. They include petroglyphs, dolmen, menhir and megalithic monuments, especially in southern Italy, Sardinia (D1-11), Valcamonica (D1-3-7) and Lunigiana (D1-9-7; D1-10-1). Etruscan sites (800-100 BC) are widely common in Emilia-Romagna (D1-2), Lazio (D1-1), Tuscany (D1-9) and Umbria (D1-5), while Magna Grecia sites are abundant in southern Italy and Sicily. Ancient Roman sites, blending various religious and esoteric traditions, as well as Christian and Roman Catholic sites, are prevalent all over Italy. The province of Rome has the highest concentration and inflation of Power Sites in Italy and Continent D. The province of Turin has the second highest concentration and inflation in Italy, whereas Sardinia has the highest harmonious concentration. Along with copious amounts of traditional sites, Italy has also some planetary relevant Sacred Cone Sites, such as Castel del Monte (D1-7-3), which is depicted on the reverse of the Italian-issue 1 Euro cent coin.

Earth Grid Intersection Points: 9IP: San Marcello (Ancona, Marche) 4km-Jesi D1-5-5UvgL14-4-49, RTrL14-4-49, TetL7, TetL8, RDoL7, RDoL3, YinL47-12, YinL61-62, OctL14-4-49, 43° 33’ 50” N, 13° 11’ 51” E

6IP: Bortigali (Nuoro, Sardinia) D1-11-2 UvgL14-4-49, RTrL14-4-49, YinL41-16, YinL43-18, YanL21-31, YanL10-54, 40° 18’ 21” N, 8° 49’ 00” E

2IP: Caltabellotta (Agrigento, Sicily) D1-8-11 YanL10-54, YinL61-62, 37° 34’ 19” N, 13° 11’ 58” E

Earth Grid Lines:

UvgL14-4-49RTrL14-4-49, (UVG2 Kiev – UVG20 Tahat, Algeria): Jesi, Assisi, Lake of Bolsena, Olbia, Bortigali, Santu Lussurgiu.

TetL7, RDoL1, Civitanova Marche, Recanati (Macerata), Jesi (Ancona), Mondavio, Montefelcino (Pesaro), Monte Titano (San Marino), Sogliano al Rubiconde (Forlì), Brisighella (Ravenna), Casalfiumanese, Rastignano, Paterno, Parco Talon, Casalecchio di Reno, Zola Predosa (Bologna), Modena, Sorvolo (Parma), Cotogno, Casalpusterlengo, Lodi Vecchio (Lodi), Opera, Milano Fiori, Assago, Cussago, Ossona, Ferrato, Buscate, Castano Primo (Milano), Borgomanero (Novara), Quarona (Vercelli), Monte Rosa.

TetL8, RDoL3 Zagarise, Mellaro, Conza, Jelsi, Orsogna, Chieti, Città Sant’Angelo, Jesi, Pesaro, Codigoro, Arcugnano, Molveno, Stelvio.

YinL41-16, YinL43-18, YinL45-20, YinL47-12,

YinL61-62: Senigallia, Jesi (Ancona), Cingoli, Monti Sibillini (Macerata), Fiuggi, Monte Porcino, Anagni (Frosinone), Fossanova, Punta della Cucca, La Fiora, Porto Badino, Terracina, (Rome)

YanL21-31, YanL10-54

 

malta MALTA

Location: Southern Europe, islands in the Mediterranean Sea, 93 km south of Sicily (Italy)

Geographical Centre: 35° 50’N, 14° 35’E

Area: 316 sq km

TerrainThe islands of the archipelago were formed from the high points of a land bridge between Sicily and North Africa. Only the three largest islands (Malta, Gozo and Comino) are inhabited. The landscape consists of low hills with terraced fields.

Elevation extremes: Highest point: Ta’ Dmejrek, 253 m. (Dingli) D1-12-12.

Climate: Mediterranean; mild, rainy winters; hot, dry summers.

Natural Resources: Limestone, salt, arable land.

Population: 405,165 (July 2009 est.)

Growth Rate: 0.4% (2009 est.)

Ethnic Groups: Maltese (descendants of ancient Carthaginians and Phoenicians with strong elements of Italian and other Mediterranean stock)

Religions: Roman Catholic 98%

Languages: Maltese (official) 90.2%, English (official) 6%, multilingual 3%, other 0.8% (2005 census)

Type of Government: republic

Capital: Valletta, 35° 53’N, 14° 30’E
Level 1 System Division: Malta consists of three largest inhabited islands (Malta, Gozo, Comino) and several minor uninhabited islands. Malta is divided into 68 elected local councils (54 in Malta and 14 in Gozo). It is also divided into six districts and three regions, yet mainly for statistical purposes. Malta corresponds to PTU Region D1-12, with PTU Provinces arranged according to local councils.

Natal Code: 21 September 1964 (from the UK)

History: In 1530 Charles I of Spain gave Malta to the Order of the Knights of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem, a military religious order now known as the Knights of Malta, in perpetual lease. Great Britain formally acquired possession of Malta in 1814. Malta became independent in 1964 and a republic in 1974, the Republic of Malta (Repubblica ta’ Malta).

Flag: two equal vertical bands of white and red; in the upper hoist-side corner is a representation of the George Cross, edged in red. According to tradition the colours of the flag were given by Count Roger of Sicily in 1091.

Coat of Armsa heraldic shield representation of the national flag of Malta, on the top stands a mural crown in gold with a sally port and five turrets representing the fortifications of Malta, a wreath of two branches (olive and palm) are around the shield.

Level 2 System Division:

Primary Jurisdiction: Italie Pradesia.

Corporate Authority: Sicilie Kirte Prasamaya (Gran Società Generale di Sicilia).

Delegate Authority:

Secondary Jurisdiction: Sicilie Bhime Distria

Power Sites: Malta has one of the concentrated greatest and most relevant availability of megalithic temples and ancient sites in Continent D, with Sacred Cone Sites such as the Ggantija on the island of Gozo.

 

san-marino-map-contextSAN MARINO

Location: San Marino is an enclave in northern Italy on the border between Emilia-Romagna and Marche.

Geographical Centre: 43° 46’N, 12° 25’E

Area: 61 sq km

Terrainrugged and mountainous, dominated by the Apennines, and is the third smallest country in Europe.

Elevation extremes: Highest point: Monte Titano, 755 m. Lowest point: Torrente Ausa, 55 m.

Climate: Mediterranean; mild to cool winters; warm, sunny summers

Natural Resources: building stone

Population: 30,324 (July 2009 est.)

Growth Rate: 1.148% (2009 est.)

Ethnic Groups: 1.148% (2009 est.)

Religions: Roman Catholic

Languages: Italian

Type of Government: republic

Capital: San Marino, 43° 56’N, 12° 25’E

Level 1 System Division: San Marino is divided into nine adimistrative municipalities, known as Castelli (castles), each located on a different hill as depicted in the coat of arms. Each castello includes a main town (capoluogo) and some smaller localities known as frazioni. San Marino is incorporated in two PTU Provinces (D1-2-11 and D1-2-11).

Natal Code: 3 September 301

History: San Marino, officially the Most Serene Republic of San Marino (Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino) is the third smallest state in Europe and the oldest sovereign state and constitutional republic in the world. It was founded by a Christian stonemason named Marinus on 3 September 301. The Constitution of San Marino was enacted in 1600 and is the world’s oldest constitution still in effect.

Flag: two equal horizontal bands of white (top) and light blue with the national coat of arms superimposed in the center; the coat of arms has a shield (featuring three towers on three peaks) flanked by a wreath, below a crown and above a scroll bearing the word LIBERTAS (Liberty).

Coat of Armsthree green mountains with three silver towers, decorated with a weather vane with a silver ostrich feather. The towers are the three citadels of San Marino (La Guaita, La Cesta, La Montale), while the hill are the three summits of Monte Titano. An oak and laurel branch surround the coat of arms, with the motto “LIBERTAS” at the bottom.

Level 2 System Division:

Primary Jurisdiction: Italie Pradesia

Corporate Authority: Orione Kirte Samaya (Società Orientale)

Delegate Authority:

Secondary Jurisdictions: Orione Bhime Distria

Power SitesMost of the territory of San Marino itself represents a Power Site itself, with particular regard to the three conic mount towers (Guaita, Cesta, Montale), which are also featured in the San Marino coat of arms, and its eight castelli.

 

vatican-mapVATICAN CITY

Location: Vatican City is the smallest State System and sovereign state in the world and is situated on the Vatican Hill in the west-central part of Rome. Its borders follow the city wall, with the exception of St Peter’s Square, where the border, indicated by a white line, is just outside Bernini’s colonnade.

Geographical Centre: 41° 54’N, 12° 27’E

Area: 0.44 sq km

Terrainurban; low hill. Vatican City includes St Peter’s Square, St Peter’s Basilica, some other buildings and the Vatican City Gardens.

Elevation extremes: Highest point: 75 m. Lowest point: 19 m.

Climate: temperate; mild, rainy winters (September to May) with hot, dry summers (May to September)

Population: 826 (July 2009 est.)

Ethnic Groups: Italians, Swiss, other

Religions: Roman Catholic

Languages: Italian, Latin, French, various other languages

Type of Government: ecclesiastical

Capital: Vatican City

Level 1 System Division: Vatican City has no administrative division and comprises two PTU Provinces (D1-10-10 and D1-10-11).

Natal Code: 11 February 1929 (from Italy); the treaties signed with Italy on 11 February 1929 acknowledged, among other things, the full sovereignty of the Vatican and established its territorial extent; however, the origin of the Papal States, which over the years have varied considerably in extent, may be traced back to the 8th century.

History: Vatican City, officially the State of the Vatican City (Stato della Città del Vaticano) is an enclave city-state created in 1929, distinct from the central authority of the Roman Catholic Church, known as the Holy See. A much larger Papal State existed from 756 to 1870.

Flag: two vertical bands of yellow and white with the arms of the Holy See, consisting of the crossed keys of Saint Peter surmounted by the three-tiered papal tiara, centered in the white band

Coat of Armsthe emblem of the Papacy (Holy See) displayed on a red field with the positions of the gold and silver keys reversed. The crossed keys symbolize the keys of the kingdom of heaven promised by St Peter, with authority to bind and to loose. The triple crown (tiara) represents the three powers of the Supreme Pontiff (Sacred Orders, Jurisdiction and Magisterium, i.e. supreme priest, pastor and teacher).

Level 2 System Division:

Primary Jurisdiction: Italie Pradesia

Corporate Authority: Rome Metropolie Neinve Prasamaya (Società Metropolitana di Roma).

Delegate Authority:

Secondary Jurisdictions: Algata Rome Asmake Bhime Metropolia

Power SitesVatican City is the only sovereign state specifically designed to operate as a Power Site, also encompassing the widest range of expression, both traditional and extremely esoteric. It hosts the largest ancient Sacred Cone on the surface of the planet, which abides in the Vatican Gardens at the Court of the Pine Cone, and the Sphere within the Sphere.

Handorian States Reference

Akirwa: PTU Area D1, corresponds to the State of Akirwa and the Realm of Awrika in the Handorian States System Higher Earth and in the Rodnah Ierarkordo Lower Earth’s level of unary division respectively.

 

PTU REGION D1-1: 
ITALY, 
Lazio, VATICAN CITY
Pahai Akiair
Nation of Akiria 
Airika fo Noitan
Binary 1 – Kahe Kahe, 0-2½° Aries

Location: Central-west Italy, bordered by the Tyrrhenian Sea, and also includes the Pontine Islands
Area: 17207 sq km
Terrain: coasts are low and sandy, while most of its territory is mountainous and dominated by the Preappenines and Appenines. Volcanic mountains with craters occupied by lakes, such as Bolsena, Bracciano and Vico.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Monte Gorzano, 2458 m (Rieti) Lowest point:
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Aries, Mars
Duad Degree: 0°-2½° Aries
Stargate Link: Tau Pegasi, or Kerb, 1° Aries 03’ (2000), Pegasus
L1 System Division: D1-1 consists of one region (Lazio) and one sovereign state (Vatican City).
Lazio is divided into five administrative provinces (Roma, Frosinone, Latina, Rieti, Viterbo). The province of Rome is divided into seven informal geographical areas, which are used as references in defining its five PTU Provinces. The municipality (comune) of Rome is included in D1-1-1. Each Lazio’s administrative province, excluding Rome, corresponds to a PTU Province. The Pontiane Islands, part of the administrative Province of Latina, constitute a PTU Province. The capital is Rome.
Vatican City has no administrative division and comprises two PTU Provinces (D1-10-10 and D1-10-11).
Power Sites: Power Sites are found on every corner of Rome and all ancient Roman and Etruscan centres in Lazio. Any attempt to provide a list is virtually unworkable. Region D1-1 has the highest concentration and inflation of Sacred Cone Sites in Continent D, though most of them are dormant, congested, tampered and corrupted.

Earth Grid Intersection Points: Earth Grid Lines: YinL61-62: Fiuggi, Monte Porcino, Anagni, Fossanova, Punta della Cucca, La Fiora, Porto Badino, Terracina
D1-1: ITALIA, LAZIO, Roma [Cc/Pm/gs] (1); Nord, Valle del Tevere: Campagnano di Roma, Capena, Castelnuovo di Porto, Civitella S.Paolo, Fiano Roman,; Filacciano, Magliano Roman,; Mazzano Romano, Mentana, Montelibretti, Monterotondo, Morlupo, Nazzano, Ponzano Romano, Riano, Rignano Flaminio, S.Oreste, Torrita Tiberina (2); Est, Tiburtina Sublacense: Affile, Agosta, Arcinazzo Romano, Articoli Corrado, Arsoli, Bellegra, Camerata Nuova, Canterano, Capranica Prestinense, Casape, Castel Madama, Cerreto Laziale, Cervara di Roma, Siciliano, Cineto Romano, Fon, Gerano, Guidonia Montecelio, Jenne, Licenza, Mandela, Marano Equo, Marcellina, Monteflavio, Montorio Romano, Morione, Neroli, Olevano Romano, Palombara Sabina, Percile, Pisoniano, Poli, Rifreddo, Rocca Canterano, Rocca S.Stefano, Roccagiovine, Roiate, Roviano, Sambuci, S.Gregorio Sassola, S.Paolo Cavalieri, S.Angelo Romano, S.Vito Romano, Saracinesca, Subiaco [Cc], Tivoli [Cc/gs], Vallepietra, Vallinfreda, Vicovaro, Vivaro Romano (3); Allumiere, Anguillara Sabazia, Bracciano, Canale Monteranno, Cerveteri [Cc], Civitavecchia, [Cc] Fiumicino, Ladispoli, Manziana, Santa Marinella, Tolfa, Trevignano Romano (4); Frosinone [Cc]: Alatri [Ccc], Anagni [Ccc], Aquino [Ccc], Fermentino [Ccc], Pontecorvo [Ccc], Sora [Cc],, Veroli [Ccc] (5); Latina [Cc]: Fondi [Cfc], Formia [Cfc]. Gaeta [Cc/T], Minturno [Cfc], Priverno [Ccc], Sezze [Ccc], Terracina [Ccc/T] (6); Roma: Litorale Sud, Castelli Romani, Prenestina Monti Lepini: Albano Laziale [Cc], Anzio, Ardea, Ariccia [T], Artena, Castel Gandolfo, Castel San Pietro Romano, Cave, Ciampino, Colleferro Colonna, Frascati [Ccc], Gallicano Lazio, Gavignano, Genazzano, Genzano di Roma, Gorga, Grottaferrata [Cc], Lanuvio [T], Labico; Lariano, Marino, Monte Compatri,  Monte Porzio Catone, Montelanico, Nemi, Nettuno, Palestrina [Cc], Pomezia, Rocca Priora,  Rocca di Cave,  Rocca di Papa,  S. Cesareo, Segni [Ccc], Valmontone; Velletri [Cc],  Zagarolo  (7); Rieti [Cc]: Borgorose, Corvaro [gs], Magliano Sabina [Ccc], Poggio Mirteto [Cc] (8); Viterbo  [Cc]: Acquapendente [Ccc], Bagnoregio [Ccc], Bolsena, Bomarzo, Capodimonte, Civita Bagnoregio, Civita Castellana [Cc], Gallese [Ccc] Marta; Montalto di Castro, Montefiascone [Cfc], Nepi [Ccc], Orte [Ccc], Sutri [Ccc], Tarquinia [Ccc], Tuscanica [Ccc] (9). VATICAN CITY, Vatican City (10), Vatican Gardens [gs] (11). Latina: Isole Ponziane (12).
0-2½°Aries; Aries/Aries; Aries/Mars; 1°Aries12’: Tau Pegasi, Kerb.
Italie Pradesia:  Rome Metr. Samaya. AKIRWA, Akiria: Aiwar, Aken, Nelson.
D1-1-1 Lazio, Rome: (comune), IT-RM (LZ)
Rome [1st: state capital city; Prelatial Church of Santa Maria della Pace cathedral Opus Dei RC; San Giovanni in Laterano, Archbasilica, RC patriarchal cathedral, bishop of Rome; Cathedral of the Ordinariato Militare (St Catherine of Siena); Santa Maria Maggiore, Basilica; San Lorenzo fuori le Mura; Santa Croce in Gerusalemme; SCS/G Foro Romano; 2nd: Catacombs of Callixtus; Campo di Verano, cemetery; Coliseum; Isola Sacra Necropolis; Porta Alchemica, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, gateway; St Paul Outside the Walls, Basilica; San Martino ai Monti; Santi Quattro Coronati; Santa Maria sopra Minerva; Santa Maria dell’Orazione e Morte; 3rd: Piramide; Pantheon; SCS/G Roma EUR; San Clemente, Mithra] [Julius Evola b; All Roman Catholic popes; John Keats rdt] [6.10.8RB, 1.11.7AF, 5.2.3PP, 7.8.1BP b; 12.7.9AC r]
Lago Regillo [2nd: Battle of Lago Regillo, 499BC]
Ostia [1st: Ostia Cathedral (St Aurea) RC Suburbicarian Diocese Ostia, Dean of the College of Cardinals; Porto Cathedral (Sacred Hearts Jesus/Mary) RC Suburbicarian Diocese Porto-Santa Rufina; Porto Cathedral (St Hippolytus/Lucy) co-cathedral; SCS/G]
Veio [1st: Etruscan city, catacombs, temple of Apollo, 10th BC, 42° 1′ 26″ N, 12° 24′ 5″ E (Municipio XX)]
D1-1-2 Lazio, Rome: Valle del Tevere (20 comuni North of Rome), IT-RM (LZ)
Campagnano di Roma; Capena; Castelnuovo di Porto; Civitella San Paolo; Fiano Romano; Filacciano; Magliano Romano; Mazzano Romano; Mentana; Montelibretti; Monterotondo [12.11.5RC b]; Morlupo; Nazzano; Ponzano Romano; Riano; Rignano Flaminio; Sant’Oreste; Torrita Tiberina
D1-1-3 Lazio, Rome: Tiburtina Sublacense (50 comuni East of Rome), IT-RM (LZ)
Affile; Agosta; Arcinazzo Romano; Articoli Corrado; Arsoli; Bellegra; Camerata Nuova; Canterano; Capranica Prestinense; Casape; Castel Madama; Cerreto Laziale; Cervara di Roma; Ciciliano; Cineto Romano; Fon; Gerano;
Guidonia Montecelio [1st: city 71];
Jenne; Licenza; Mandela; Marano Equo; Marcellina; Monteflavio; Montorio Romano; Moricone; Neroli; Olevano Romano; Palombara Sabina; Percile; Pisoniano; Poli; Rifreddo; Rocca Canterano; Rocca Santo Stefano; Roccagiovine; Roiate; Roviano; Sambuci; San Gregorio da Sassola; San Polo dei Cavalieri; Sant’Angelo Romano; San Vito Romano; Saracinesco;
Subiaco [1st: St Andrew’s Abbey, Subiaco Cathedral (St Scholastica) RC Territorial Abbey co-cathedral];
Tivoli [1st:  city 130; Tivoli Cathedral (St Lawrence) RC Diocese; Hadrian’s Villa; Temple of Vesta SCS/G] [St Lawrence of Rome p; Tiburtine Sybil r];
Vallepietra; Vallinfreda; Vicovaro; Vivaro Romano
D1-1-4 Lazio, Rome: Nord-Ovest (12 comuni North-West of Rome), IT-RM (LZ)
Allumiere; Anguillara Sabazia; Bracciano; Canale Monteranno;
Fiumicino [1st: city 93]
Ladispoli; Manziana; Santa Marinella; Tolfa; Trevignano Romano
Cerveteri [1st: Cerveteri Cathedral (St Mary Major) former cathedral RC Diocese; 2nd: Etruscan city, Necropolis, 900BC, 42° 0′ 0″ N, 12° 6′ 0″ E] [St Michael p]
Civitavecchia [1st: city 133; Civitavecchia Cathedral (St Francis Assisi) RC Diocese; Templar site; 2nd: Megaliths]
D1-1-5 Lazio, Frosinone: (91 comuni), IT-FR (LZ)
Frosinone [1st: province capital town; Frosinone Cathedral (St Andrew) RC Diocese]
Alatri [1st: Alatri Cathedral (St Paul) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Chiostro of St Francis, Christ in labyrinth; Acropolis] [St Sixtus I p]
Anagni [1st: Anagni Cathedral (St Mary) co-cathedral RC Diocese; 2nd: Popes Palace; on-YinL61-62] [St Magnus p; Boniface VIII r]
Aquino [1st: Aquino Cathedral (St Thomas Aquinas) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Cassino [1st: Templar site; megaliths]
Ferentino [1st: Ferentino Cathedral (St John/Paul) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Fiuggi [1st: Fiuggi Springs, Templar site, on-YinL61-62]
Fontana Liri [Marcello Mastroianni b]
Montecassino [1st: Montecassino Abbey (Assumption Blessed Virgin) cathedral RC Territorial Abbey]
Pontecorvo [1st: Pontecorvo Cathedral (St Bartholomew), co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Sora [1st: Sora Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [Vittorio De Sica b]
Veroli [1st: Veroli Cathedral (St Andrew) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
D1-1-6 Lazio, Latina: (31 comuni), IT-LT (LZ)
Latina [1st: province capital city 36; Latina Cathedral (St Mark) RC Diocese]
Aprilia [1st: city 87]
Fondi [1st: Fondi Cathedral (St Peter) former cathedral RC Archdiocese Gaeta]
Formia [1st: Formia Cathedral (St Erasmus) former cathedral RC Archdiocese Gaeta]
Gaeta [S7] [1st: Gaeta Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; 2nd: Sanctuary of the Holy Trinity, split mountain, earth temple] [St Erasmus p]
Minturno [1st: Minturno Cathedral (St Peter) former cathedral RC Dioces]
Priverno [1st: Priverno Cathedral (St Mary) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Fossanova Abbey, on-YinL61-62] [St Thomas Aquinas p]
Roccasecca [St Thomas Aquinas b]; San Felice Circeo [1st: Templar site]
Sermoneta [1st: Valvisciolo Abbey, 700, well]
Sezze [1st: Sezze Cathedral (St Mary) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Terracina [1st:  Terracina Cathedral (St Caesarius) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Temple of Jupiter; 3rd: Capitolium; on-YinL61-62] [St Caesarius p]
D1-1-7 Lazio, Rome: Litorale Sud, Castelli Romani, Prenestina Monti Lepini: (38 comuni South of Rome), IT-RM (LZ)
Albano Laziale [1st: Albano Cathedral (S. Pancrazio), RC Diocese]
Anzio; Ardea; Ariccia [1st: Diana’s temple]; Artena; Castel Gandolfo; Castel San Pietro Romano; Cave; Ciampino; Colleferro; Colonna;
Frascati [1st: Frascati Cathedral (St Peter) co-cathedral RC Diocese] [St James the Lesser  p]
Gallicano nel Lazio; Gavignano; Genazzano; Genzano di Roma; Gorga;
Grottaferrata [1st: Grottaferrata Cathedral (St Mary) RC Diocese]
Lanuvio [1st: Juno’s Temple]; Labico; Lariano; Marino; Monte Compatri; Monte Porzio Catone; Montelanico; Nemi; Nettuno;
Palestrina [1st: Palestrina Cathedral (St Agapitus) RC Diocese]
Pomezia [1st: city 115]
Rocca Priora; Rocca di Cave; Rocca di Papa; San Cesareo;
Segni [1st: Segni Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Valmontone;
Velletri [1st: city 136; Velletri Cathedral (St Clement I) RC Archdiocese]
Zagarolo
D1-1-8 Lazio, Rieti: (73 comuni), IT-RI (LZ)
Rieti [1st: province capital town; Rieti Cathedral (St Mary/Gregory) RC Diocese; 2nd: Piazza San Rufo, Umbilicus Italiae, 42° 24′ 8.3″ N, 12° 51′ 46.3″ E] [St Barbara p]
Borgorose: Corvaro [1st Corvaro Castle, 42° 14′ 38.7″ N, 13° 9′ 3.6″ E; 2nd: Roman Well, Tunnel; 3rd: Stone Circle; SCS/G] [Niccolò V antipope b]
Magliano Sabina [1st: Magliano Cathedral (St Liberator) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Poggio Mirteto [1st: Poggio Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
[1st: Monte Gorzano, D1-1 highest peak, 245 m]
D1-1-9 Lazio, Viterbo: (60 comuni), IT-VT (LZ)
Viterbo [S3] [1st: province capital city 98; Viterbo Cathedral (St Lawrence) RC Diocese] [St Rose of Viterbo p]
Acquapendente [1st: Acquapendente Cathedral (Holy Sepulchre) co-cathedral RC Diocese Viterbo]
Bagnoregio [1st: Bagnoregio Cathedral (St Bonaventure) co-cathedral RC Diocese of Viterbo; Templar site]
Bolsena [2nd: St Christine Basilica, 1078]
Bomarzo [2nd: SCS/G Boscosacro]
Capodimonte [2nd: Isola Bisentina]
Civita di Bagnoregio [1st: power town]
Civita Castellana [1st: Civita Cathedral (St Mary Major) RC Diocese]
Gallese [1st: Gallese Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese Civita]
Marta [1st: Templar site; 2nd: Torre dell’Orologio]; Montalto di Castro [1st: Templar site]
Montefiascone [1st: Montefiascone Cathedral (St Margaret Antioch) former cathedral RC Diocese; wine Est! Est! Est!]
Nepi [1st: Nepi Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Orte [1st: Orte Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese Civita]
Sutri [1st: Sutri Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Templar site] [St Dulcissima  p]
Tarquinia [1st: Tarquinia Cathedral (St Margaret/Martin) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Etruscan city, 900BC, 42° 14′ 57″ N, 11° 45′ 22″ E; Templar site]
Tuscania [1st: Tuscania Cathedral (St Mary Major) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Templar site; 2nd: St Peter’s Church, astrological elements, Etruscan acropolis; Bagno della Regina]
D1-1-10 VATICAN CITY, Vatican City (excluding Vatican City Gardens), VA
[1st: St Peter’s Basilica, 1626, Vatican Hill, 41° 54′ 8″ N, 12° 27′ 12″ E; St Peter’s Square; Sistine Chapel; 2nd: St Peter’s Tomb; Vatican Necropolis; Vatican Library; Vatican’s Railway Station]
D1-1-11 VATICAN CITY, Vatican City Gardens, VA
[33d: SCS Courtyard of the Pine, 41° 54′ 11″ N, 12° 27′ 2″ E]
D1-1-12 Lazio, Latina: Isole Ponziane, IT-LT (LZ)
Ponza [1st: Blue Grottos; 2nd: Roman Tunnel]
Ventotene [2nd: Santo Stefano Island]
L2 System Division:: Lazio and Vatican City are part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, within the Algata Rome Asmake Bhime Metropolia, operated by the Rome Metropolie Neinve Prasamaya (Società Metropolitana di Roma). Rome is the abode of the Lodge Authority of Nova Congregazione.

 

PTU REGION D1-2: 
ITALY, 
Emilia-Romagna, SAN MARINO
Pahai Alrabaif
Nation of Alrafiab
Baifarl fo Noitan
Binary 2

Location: Northern Italy
Geographical Centre:
Area: 22185 sq km.
Terrain: half of territory consisting of plains (Padan Plain) and other half, in the south, in hills and mountains of the Appenines.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Monte Cimone, 2165 m (Modena); Lowest point:
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Aries/Mars
Duad Degree: 2½°-5° Aries
Stargate Link: Beta Ceti, or Deneb Kaitos, Diphda, 2° Taurus 35’ (2000), Cetus.
L1 System Division: Region D1-2 consists of one administrative Italian region (Emilia-Romagna) and one sovereign state (San Marino).
Emilia-Romagna is divided into nine administrative provinces, each represented by a PTU Province with the exception of the administrative province of Bologna, which is divided into 2 PTU Provinces. The capital is Bologna.
San Marino is divided into nine adimistrative municipalities, known as Castelli (castles), each located on a different hill as depicted in the coat of arms. Each castello includes a main town (capoluogo) and some smaller localities known as frazioni. San Marino is incorporated in two PTU Provinces (D1-2-11 and D1-2-11).
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: TetL7/RDoL1, Monte Titano (San Marino), Sogliano al Rubicone (Forlì), Brisighella (Ravenna), Casalfiumanese, Rastignano, Paterno, Parco Talon, Casalecchio di Reno, Zola Predosa (Bologna), Modena, Sorvolo (Parma)
TetL8, RDoL3 Codigoro, Arcugnano
D1-2: ITALY, EMILIA-ROMAGNA, Bologna [Cc/T/Pm/gs]: Bentivoglio, Casalecchio di Reno [gs], Castel Maggiore, Galliera, Lizzano in Belvedere, Riola di Vergato [gs], Minerbio, Ozzano Emilia, Pianoro, San Lazzaro di Savena, Sasso Marconi,Tolé [gs], Zola Predona, all municipalities except D1-2-10. (2), Borgo Tossignano, Casalfiumanese, Castel del Rio, Dozza, Fontanelice, Imola [Cc], Mordano (10); Ferrara [Cc]: Codigoro, Comacchio, Mezzana, S.Vito Ostellato (1); Reggio Emilia [Cc]: Brescello [Cfc], Canossa [gs], Guastalla [Ccc] (3); Modena [Cc]: Carpi [Cc], Lama Mocogno, Nonantola [Cfc] (4); Ravenna [Cc], Brisighella [gs], Cervia [Ccc], Faenza [Cc], Modigliana [Ccc] (5); Forlì [Cc], Cesena [Cc], Bertinoro [Ccc], Cesenatico [gs], Civitella di Romagna [gs], Longiana, Sarsina [Ccc] (6); Piacenza [Cc], Aguzzano, Bobbio [Ccc], Fiorenzuola (7); Rimini [Cc], San Leo [Ccc], Torriana (8); Parma [Cc], Bardi, Capriolo, Chiaravalle Colomba, Colecchio, Fidenza [Cc], Fontanellato, Fontevivo, Fornivo, Langhirano, Noceto, Salsomaggiore, S.Nicomede, S.Secondo, Soragna, Talignano (9). SAN MARINO, Città di San Marino [Cc/gs] (11), other Castelli (12).
2½-5°Aries; Aries/Taurus; Aries/Mars; 2°Aries44’: Beta Ceti, Deneb Kaitos, Diphda.
Italie Pradesia: Orione Prasamaya (with PDB enclave). AKIRWA, Alrafiab: Al Rafio.
D1-2-1 Emilia-Romagna, Ferrara: (26 comuni), IT-FE (ER)
Ferrara [S1] [1st: province capital, city 30; Ferrara Cathedral (St George) RC Archdiocese; S. Antonio in Polesine, monastery; 2nd: SCS Palazzo dei Diamanti; Palazzo Schifanoia; San Domenico, church] [Girolamo Frescobaldi b; Torquato Tasso r, Girolamo Savonarola b; St George p]
Codigoro [1st: Pomposa Abbey; on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Comacchio [1st: Comacchio Cathedral (St Cassian) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Mizzana [1st: S. Matteo, church, Templar];
San Vito Ostellato [1st: Pieve di S. Vito];

D1-2-2 Emilia-Romagna, Bologna: (53 comuni, excluding seven comuni East of Bologna represented by D1-2-10), IT-BO (ER)
Bologna [S2] [1st: region capital city 7; Bologna Cathedral (St Peter) metropolitan, RC Archdiocese; San Petronio; 2nd: Certosa, cemetery; Madonna di S.Luca; Palazzo Bentivoglio; Basilica of San Domenico; Palazzo Re Enzo; Montagnola; SCS/G Hotel Novecento, Via Santa Margherita, 44° 29′ 33.9″ N, 11° 20′ 22.7″ E; Via Asiago 30; 3rd: SCS/G Piazza Maggiore; St Stephan Basilica, 500, 44° 29′ 31.6″ N] [Giovanni Gozzadini, Guido Reni b; Luigi Galvani brd; Enzo of Sardinia, Giosué Carducci rd; St Petronius p]
Bentivoglio [2nd: Castello]
Casalecchio di Reno [3rd: SCS/G Parco Talon, 44° 28′ 36″ N, 11° 17′ 22″ E; on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Castel Maggiore [2nd: Villa Clara (Trebbo di Reno)]
Crevalcore;
Galliera [2nd: San Venanzio]
Granarolo;
Lizzano in Belvedere [1st: Corno alle Scale, highest peak, 1945m];
Riola di Vergato [2nd: SCS/G Monte Ovolo, 44° 12′ 56.6″ N, 11° 5′ 38.1″ E; Rocchetta Mattei]
Minerbio [2nd: Castello di San Martino (Soverzano)]
Ozzano Emilia [2nd: SCS/G Settefonti];
Pianoro [2nd: Rastignano on-TetL7/RDoL1]
San Giovanni in Persicelo;
San Lazzaro di Savena [2nd: Croara];
Sasso Marconi [Guglielmo Marconi b]
Tolé [SCS/G]
Zola Predosa [2nd: Palazzo Albergati; on-TetL7/RDoL1]
D1-2-3 Emilia-Romagna, Reggio Emilia: (45 comuni), IT-RE (ER)
Reggio Emilia [S3] [1st: province capital city 23; Reggio E. Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese; Templar site] [Ludovico Ariosto b; St Prosper p]
Brescello [1st: Brescello Cathedral (Nativity Blessed Virgin) former cathedral RC Diocese RE]
Canossa [2nd: Canossa Castle; 3rd: SCS/G Casa del Tibet (Votigno di Canossa)]
Castelnovo di Sotto; Correggio;
Guastalla [1st: Guastalla Cathedral (St Peter/Paul) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Montecchio Emilia; Novellara;
D1-2-4 Emilia-Romagna, Modena: (47 comuni), IT-MO (ER)
Modena [1st: province capital city 20; Modena Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; on-TetL7/RDoL1] [St Geminian of Modena p]
Castelfranco Emilia;
Carpi [1st: city 88; Carpi Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Lama Mocogno [2nd: Passo Cento Croci];
Mirandola [Pico della Mirandola b]
Nonantola [1st: Nonantola Abbey (St Sylvester) former RC cathedral territorial abbey];
[1st:  Monte Cimone, D1-2 highest peak, 2165m]
D1-2-5 Emilia-Romagna, Ravenna: (18 comuni), IT-RA (ER)
Ravenna [S5] [1st: province capital city 27; Ravenna Cathedral (Resurrection of Our Lord) RC Archdiocese; Basilica of San Vitale, 547, 44° 15′ 0″ N, 12° 6′ 36″ E] [Dante Alighieri d; St Apollinaris] [7.4.3CB b]
Alfonsine [Vincenzo Monti b]
Brisighella [1st: Torre dell’Orologio; on-TetL7/RDoL1; SCS/G]
Cervia [1st: Cervia Cathedral (St Peter) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Faenza [1st:  city 114; Faenza Cathedral St Peter) RC Diocese]
Modigliana [1st: Ravenna Cathedral (St Stephen) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Riolo Terme; Russi
D1-2-6 Emilia-Romagna, Forlì – Cesena: (30 comuni), IT-FC (ER)
Cesena [1st: province capital city 49; Cesena Cathedral (St John Baptist) RC Diocese] [St John Baptist p]
Forlì [1st: province capital city 37; Forlì Cathedral (Holy Cross) RC Diocese] [Holy Virgin of the Fire p] [3.4.11EB b]
Bertinoro [1st: Bertinoro Cathedral (St Catherine) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Cesenatico [SPS/G]
Civitella di Romagna [1st: SCS/G Valpisa]
Longiana; Meldola [1st: Templar site]
Modigliana; Predappio;
Sarsina [1st: Sarsina Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Sogliano al Rubicone [on-TetL7/RDoL1]
D1-2-7 Emilia-Romagna, Piacenza: (48 comuni), IT-PC (ER)
Piacenza [S7] [1st: province capital city 45; Piacenza Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese; Templar site]
Agazzano [1st: Castello];
Bobbio [1st: Bobbio Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese, Last Supper; S. Maria in Monte Penice; St Columba Basilica] [St Columba dp]
Fiorenzuola; Gropparello [2nd: Castello]
D1-2-8 Emilia-Romagna, Rimini: (27 comuni), IT-RN (ER)
Rimini [1st: province capital city 29; Rimini Cathedral (St Francis Assisi) RC Diocese] [Federico Fellini b; St Gaudentius of Rimini p]
San Leo [1st: San Leo Cathedral (St Leo) co-cathedral RC Diocese; 2nd: Castello] [Cagliostro d]
Torriana [2nd: Castello di Montebello];
D1-2-9 Emilia-Romagna, Parma: (47 comuni), IT-PR (ER)
Parma [S2] [1st: province capital city 21; Parma Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [St John of Parma p]
Ardola i Zibello [1st: S. Rocco, sanctuary]; Bardi [2nd: Castello di Bardi]; Busseto;
Cabriolo [1st: St Thomas Beckett Church, Egyptian];
Chiaravalle della Colomba [1st: Abbey]; Colecchio [1st: Pieve di S. Prospero];
Fidenza [1st: Fidenza Cathedral (St Domninus) RC Diocese, pR; Templar site]
Fontanellato [1st: Rooca dei Sanvitale]; Fontevivo [1st: S. Bernardo, abbey]; Fornovo [1st: S. Maria Assunta, church]; Langhirano [2nd: Castello di Torrechiara]; Noceto [2nd: Rocca]; Salsomaggiore Terme [Gian Domenico Romagnosi b]; San Nicomede [1st: S. Nicomede, church]; San Secondo [1st: S. Genasio, church]; Soragna [2nd: Rocca di Soragna]; Talignano [1st: S. Biagio, church]
D1-2-10 Emilia-Romagna, Bologna: West Romagna (7 comuni in the province of Bologna), IT-BO (ER)
Borgo Tossignano; Casalfiumanese [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Castel del Rio; Dozza; Fontanelice;
Imola [1st:  city 86; Imola Cathedral (St Cassian) RC Diocese] [St Cassian of Imola p]
Mordano
D1-2-11 SAN MARINO, Città di San Marino, SM-07
San Marino [1st: San Marino Cathedral (St Marinus) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Mount Titano, 43° 55′ 42″ N, 12° 27′ 8″ E; SCS/G, on-TetL7/RDoL1]
D1-2-12 SAN MARINO, (eight castelli, excluding Città di San Marino) (SM-07), SM-01 to SM-09
L2 System Division:  Emilia-Romagna and San Marino are part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia. Originally within the Padue Bhime Distria, or Orione Bhime Distria, operated by Purve Kirte Samaya (Società Orientale), since 22 March 2012, they constitute Region D1-2, operated by the Felsine Kirte Samaya.

 

REGION D1-3: 
ITALY, 
Lombardia
Pahai Almcan
Nation of Almanac
Canamla fo Noitan
Binary 3

Location: Northern Italy
Geographical Centre:
Area: 23861 sq km
Terrain: plains, hills and mountains. It includes Lake Maggiore, Lake Como, Lake Iseo and part of Lake Garda.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Punta Perrucchetti, Bernina 4021 m (Sondrio) D1-3-10. Lowest point:
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Aries/Mars
Duad Degree: 5-7½° Aries
Stargate Link:
L1 System Division:  Region D1-3 consists of one administrative Italian region (Lombardy).
Lombardy (Lombardia) is divided into 12 provinces, each represented by a PTU Province. The capital is Milan.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: TetL7/RDoL1, Cotogno, Casalpusterlengo, Lodi Vecchio (Lodi), Opera, Milano Fiori, Assago, Cussago, Ossona, Ferrato, Buscate, Castano Primo (Milano)
D1-3: ITALY, LOMBARDY: Milano [Cc/gs], Aicurzio, Buscate, Castano Primo, Chiaravalle (4); Bergamo [Cc], Almeno S.Bartolomeo, Covernago, Palatina (1); Mantova [Cc], (2); Monza [Cc], Brianza (3); Cremona [Cc], Crema [Cc], Rivolta (5); Como [Cc], Ossuccio, Tomo (6); Brescia [Cc/gs], Capo di Ponte, Darfo Boario Terme, Bisogne, Tuscolano (7); Lecco: Bellano, Rovagnate (8); Varese [Cc], Torba, Vergiate (9); Sondrio [Cc] (10); Lodi [Cc] (11); Pavia [Cc], Vigevano [Cc] (12).
5-7½° Aries; Aries/Gemini; Aries/Mars.
Italie Pradesia: Milane Samaya. AKIRWA, Almanac: Almandoc.
D1-3-1 Lombardy, Bergamo: (244 comuni), IT-BG (LM)
Bergamo [S1] [1st: province capital city 35; Bergamo Cathedral (St Alexander) RC Diocese; SCS] [Harlequin, Brighella, Gaetano Donizetti b; St Alexander of Bergamo p]
Almenno San Bartolomeo [3rd: Rotonda San Tomé, circular church]
Albino; Alzano Lombardo; Capriate San Gervasio; Caravaggio; Clusone;Cortenuova; Covernago [2nd: Castello di Malpaga]
Palatina [2nd: Sanctuary Nativity Virgin Mary, dragon]
Pontida; Romano di Lombardia; Seriate; Treviglio;
D1-3-2 Lombardy, Mantua: (70 comuni), IT-MN (LM)
Mantua [S2] [1st: Mantua Cathedral (St Peter) RC Diocese; Mantua Basilica (St Andrew) co-cathedral] [St Anselm of Lucca p]
Asola; Castelgoffredo; Castiglione delle Stiviere; Curtatone; Isola di Carturo [Mantegna b ]; Suzzara
Virgilio [Virgil b]
D1-3-3 Lombardy, Monza Brianza: (50 comuni), IT-MB (LM)
Monza [1st: province capital city 34; [St John Baptist p]
Besana; Brugherio; Cesano Maderno; Concorrezzo; Desio; Giussano; Lissone; Meda; Seregno; Vimercate;
D1-3-4 Lombardy, Milan: (139 comuni), IT-MI (LM)
Milan [S4] [1st: region capital city 2; Milan Cathedral (Blessed Virgin Mary) 1390, RC Archdiocese, 45° 27′ 51″ N, 9° 11′ 29″ E; La Scala, theatre; Basilica of St Lawence; 2nd: Three Military Cones, via Rubattino, opposite Esselunga; Via Maffei; Cimitero Monumentale; Milano Fiori on-TetL7/RDoL1; 3rd: Santa Maria delle Grazie, Leonardo’s Last Supper] [Andrea Appiani, Alessandro Manzoni, Caravaggio b; St Ambrose] [11.11.7PC, 11.6.12 LC b]
Aicurzio [1st: Templar site]
Arese; Bollate; Castano Primo; Cernusco sul Naviglio;
Buscate [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Castano Primo [on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Chiaravalle [2nd: Abbey, papess Giovanna]
Cinisello Balsamo [1st: city 74]
Cologno Monzese; Corbetta; Corsico; Garbagnate Milanese; Gorgonzola;
Legnano [1st: city 110] [St Magnus of Milan p]
Magenta; Melegnano; Melzo; Novate Milanese; Opera [on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Paterno Dugnano; Parabiago; Paullo; Peschiera Borromeo; Pioltello;
Rho [1st: city 146]
Rozzano; San Donato Milanese; San Giuliano Milanese; Segrate;
Sesto San Giovanni [1st: city 66]
Trezzo sull’Adda
D1-3-5 Lombardy, Cremona: (115 comuni), IT-CR (LM)
Cremona [S7] [1st: province capital city 77; Cremona Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese, Last Supper with Mary Magdalene; 2 nd: Torrazzo; St Abbondio’s Church, black Madonna] [St Himerius p]
Crema [1st: Crema Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Rivolta d’Adda [2 nd: St Sigismondo’s Church, Last Supper]
D1-3-6 Lombardy, Como: (162 comuni), IT-CO (LM)
Como [1st: province capital city 61; Como Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin)  RC Diocese] [Alessandro Volta b; St Abundius of Como p] [5.2.8DN b]
Appiano Gentile; Cernobbio; Erba; Lomazzo; Mariano Comense
Montorfano [2 nd: Lake]
Ossuccio [1st: Sacro Monte of the Blessed Virgin of Succour, 1532, 45° 58′ 30″ N, 9° 10′ 12″ E]
Torno [2 nd: Avelli]
D1-3-7 Lombardy, Brescia: (206 comuni), IT-BS (LM)
Brescia [S2] [1st: province capital city 17; Brescia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin, SS Peter/Paul) cathedral RC Diocese; Templar site; 3rd:  SCS Duomo Vecchio, round church] [St Faustinus, St Jovita  p]
Capo di Ponte [2 nd: Pieve di San Siro]
Darfo Boario Terme [1st: Stone carvings of Val Camonica, 8000BC, 46° 1′ 26″ N, 10° 21′ 0″ E; Flower of Life, engraving (Erbanno)]
Gardone Val Trompia; Gargnano sul Garda [2nd: St Francis Church, Neptune];
Ghedi; Lonato del Garda; Manerbio; Montichiari; Orzinovi; Palazzuolo sull’Oglio;
Pisogne [2 nd: St Mary of the Snow, church]; Salò; Travagliato;
Tuscolano Maderno [2 nd: St Andrew’ Church]
D1-3-8 Lombardy, Lecco: (90 comuni), IT-LC (LM)
Lecco [St Nicholas of Myra  p] [12.4.8PN b]
Bellano [2 nd: Casa del Diavolo]; Civate [1st: Eremo San Pietro al Monte]
Esino Lario [12.4.8PN r]; Merate; Perledo [2nd: Castello di Vezio]; Rovagnate [2nd: Parco di Montevecchia]
[1st: Monte Legnone, highest point, 2609m]
D1-3-9 Lombardy, Varese: (190 comuni), IT-VA (LM)
Varese [1st: province capital city 64; Sacro Monte di Varese, 1598, 45° 51′ 47.8″ N, 8° 47′ 30.8″ E]
Angera; Brebbia [2 nd: St Peter’s Church, Minerva]
Busto Arsizio [1st: city 67]
Castellanza;
Gallarate [1st: city 145]
Luino; Somarate; Saronno; Torba [2nd: Monastery, stone]; Tradate; Vergiate [2 nd: Hangar]
D1-3-10 Lombardy, Sondrio: (78 comuni), IT-SO (LM)
Sondrio [1st: province capital town]
D1-3-11 Lombardy, Lodi: (61 comuni), IT-LO (LM)
Lodi [1st: Lodi Cathedral (St Bassanius) RC Diocese]
Casalpusterlengo [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Cotogno [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Lodi Vecchio [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Maccastorna [2nd: Castello]
D1-3-12 Lombardy, Pavia: (190 comuni), IT-PV (LM)
Pavia [1st: province capital city 81; Pavia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [Gerolamo Cardano b; St Syrus of Pavia p]
Mortara; Strabella; Torricella Verzate [1st: Templar site]
Vigevano [1st: city 100; Vigevano Cathedral (St Ambrose) RC Diocese]
Voghera; Zavattarello [2nd: Castello del Verme]
[2nd:  Monte Lesima, highest point, 1724m]
L2 System Division:   Lombardy is part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, within the Milane Bhime Distria, operated by the Milane Kirte Samaya (Società di Milano), which is also the abode of the Italian Treasury of Nova Congregazione.

 

PTU REGION D1-4: 
ITALY, 
Campania, Abruzzo, Molise
Pahai Alpadyar
Nation of Alpaherayd
Dyarehapla fo Noitan
Binary 4

Location: central-south Italy.
Geographical Centre:
Area: 28827 sq km
Terrain: The territory is mainly mountainous and includes the highest summit in the Appenines (Corno Grande in the Gran Sasso massif), and various islands, such as Capri, Ischia and Procida.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Corno Grande, 2912 m (Teramo) Lowest point:
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Aries/Mars Duad Degree: 7½°-10° Aries
Stargate Link: Gamma Pegasi, or Algenib, 9° 09’ Aries (2000), Pegasus
L1 System Division: Region D1-4 consists of three administrative Italian regions (Abruzzo, Campania, Molise).
Abruzzo is divided into four provinces, each represented by a PTU Province. The capital is L’Aquila.
Campania is divided into five provinces, each represented by a PTU Province. Abruzzo is divided into 4 provinces, each represented by a PTU Province. Molise comprises two provinces, also each represented by a PTU Province. The capital is Naples, one of the oldest cities of the western world and the capital city of the Kingdom of Naples from 1282 to 1870 (from  1816, Kingdom of the Two Sicilies).
Molise is divided into two provinces, each represented by a PTU Province. It is the newest Italian region, established in 1963, when the region Abruzzi e Molise was split in two. The capital is Campobasso.
Power Sites: D1-4 is rich in ancient Greek and Roman sites, such as Cuma, Pompeii, Herculaneum and Paestum. It also has relevant B: category sites, such as L’Aquila (11 major earthquakes since 1315), Mount Vesuvius and Lake Avernus, the traditional entrance to Hades, the Roman underworld. Sites are common in the whole region, including the University of Naples Federico II, the oldest state university in the world, founded by the emperor Frederick II.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: TetL8/RDoL3 Conza, Jelsi, Orsogna, Chieti, Città Sant’Angelo
D1-4: ITALY, ABRUZZO, L’Aquila [Cc]: Avezzano [Cc], Corfino [Ccc], Pescasseroli, Pescina [Ccc], Sulmona [Cc] (8), Pescara [Cc]: Città S.Angelo, Penne [Ccc] (4); Chieti [Cc], Lanciano [Cc], Ortona [Cc], Vasto [Ccc] (7), Teramo [Cc]: Atri [Ccc], (10). CAMPANIA, Naples [Cc]: Acerra [Cc], Castellamare [Ccc], Giugliano, Nola [Cc], Pompei [Cc], Pozzuoli [Cc], Sorrento [Cc] (1), Anacapri, Capri [Cfc], Casamicciola Terme, Barano d’Ischia, Forio, Ischia [Cc],  Lacco Ameno, Monte di Procida, Procida, Serrara Fontana (12); Benevento [Cc], Cerreto [Cc], S.Agata [Ccc], Telese [Cfc] (2); Avellino [Cc], Ariano Irpino [Cc], Bisaccia [Ccc], Conza [Ccc],  Macedonia [Ccc], Montevergine [Cc], Nusco [Ccc], S.Arcangelo Lombardi [Cc] (3); Caserta [Cc]: Alife [Cc], Aversa [Cc], Capua [Cc], Sessa Aurunca [Cc], Teano [Cc] (5); Salerno [Cc]: Acerno [Ccc], Amalfi [Cc], Cava Tirreni [Ccc], Nocera [Ccc], Policastro [Cfc], Ravello [Cfc], Sala Consilina [Cfc], Sarno [Ccc], Reggiano [Cc],, Vallo Lucania [Cc] (11). MOLISE, Campobasso [Cc], Larino [Ccc], Termoli [Cc], Triveneto [Cc] (9), Isernia [Cc], Venafro [Ccc] (6).
7½-10°Aries; Aries/Cancer; Aries/Mars; 9°Aries18’: Gamma Pegasi, Algenib.
Italie Pradesia: Napole Samaya. AKIRWA, Alpaherayd: Alkahepad.
D1-4-1 Campania, Naples: (92 comuni), excluding the islands of Arcipelago Campano (D1-4-12), IT-NA (CM)
Naples [S1] [1st: region capital, city 3; Naples Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) cathedral RC Archdiocese; St Peter Aram Basilica; San Giovanni a Carbonara; Villa Rosebery; Maschio Angioino; 2nd: Castel dell’Ovo; Catacombs of San Gennaro; Palazzo Don’Anna; Fontanelle Cemetery; 3rd: University of Naples Federico II] [Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Enrico Caruso, Eduardo de Filippo, Giambattista Vico, Carlo Pisacane, Pulcinella, Totò, Pasquale Villari, St Alphonsus Liguori b; St Januarius p; Virgil t]
Acerra [1st: city 127; Acerra Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin), RC Diocese] [St Conon p]
Afragola [1st: city 92]
Bacoli [1st: Cuma, Sybil, 40° 50′ 31″ N, 14° 3′ 21″ E]
Capri [1st: Capri Cathedral (St Stephen) former cathedral RC Diocese Sorrento]
Casoria [1st: city 68]
Casalnuovo di Napoli [1st: city 143]
Castellamare di Stabia [1st: city 90; Castellamare Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Ercolano [1st: city 119]
Giugliano [1st: city 40; 2nd: Torre degli Incurabili]
Ischia [1st: Ischia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [St John of the Cross p]
Mariano di Napoli [1st: city 105]
Marigliano;
Nola [1st: Nola Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) cathedral RC Diocese] [Giordano Bruno b]
Piano di Sorrento;
Pompei [1st: Pompei Cathedral (Our Lady of the Rosary) RC Territorial Prelature]
Portici [1st: city 118]
Pozzuoli [1st: city 62; Pozzuoli Cathedral (St Proculus) RC Diocese; Monterusciello di Pozzuoli, St Paul Cathedral, co-cathedral; 2nd: Lake Avernus, entrance to Hades, 40° 50′ 18″ N, 14° 4′ 30″ E]
Sorrento [1st: Sorrento Cathedral (St Philip/James) RC Diocese] [Torquato Tasso b; St Antoninus of Sorrento p]
Torre del Greco [1st: city 41]
[2nd: Mount Vesuvius 40° 50′ 18″ N, 14° 4′ 30″ E]
D1-4-2 Campania, Benevento: (78 comuni), IT-BN (CM)
Benevento [1st: province capital city 94; Benevento Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese] [St Arthelais, St Barbatus of Benevento  p]
Aiola; Cerreto [1st: Cerreto Cathedral (Holy Trinity) RC Diocese]
Sant’Agata dei Goti [1st: Sant’Agata Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Telese [1st: Telese Cathedral (Holy Cross) former cathedral RC Diocese]
D1-4-3 Campania, Avellino: (119 comuni), IT-AV (CM) [A: Montevergine, Black Madonna, temple of Cybele, 40° 56′ 55″ N, 14° 43′ 30″ E]
Ariano Irpino [1st: Ariano Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Avellino [1st: province capital, city 108; Avellino Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]  [St Modestino p]
Bisaccia [1st: Bisaccia Cathedral (Nativity Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Bonito [2nd: Torre Normanna]
Conza [1st: Conza Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese; 2nd: Earthquake ruins SCS; on-TetL8/RDoL3]
Lacedonia [1st: Lacedonia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Melito Irpino [2nd: ruins old village]
Montevergine [1st: Montevergine Abbey (St Mary) cathedral RC Territorial Abbey]
Nusco [1st: Nusco Cathedral (St Stephen) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese];
Sant’Arcangelo dei Lombardi [1st: Sant’Arcangelo Cathedral (St Michael) RC Archdiocese]
Solofra;
D1-4-4 Abruzzo, Pescara: (46 comuni), IT-PE (AB)
Pescara [1st: province capital, city 33; Pescara Cathedral (St Cettaeus) RC Archdiocese] [St Cetteo of Amiterno p]
Città Sant’Angelo [1st: St Michael’s Church; TetL8/RDoL3]
Penne [1st: Penne Cathedral (St Maximus) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Pianella; Popoli; Spoltore
D1-4-5 Campania, Caserta: (104 comuni), IT-CE (CM)
Caserta [1st: province capital, city 70; Caserta Cathedral (St Michael) RC Diocese]
Alife [1st: Alife Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin), RC Diocese]
Aversa [1st: city 131; Aversa Cathedral (St Paul) RC Diocese]
Bellona
Capua [S1] [1st: Capua Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin), RC Diocese] [Pier delle Vigne b; St Agatha p]
Castelvolturno; Marcianise; Mignano; Montragone; Piedimonte Matese
Sessa Aurunca [1st: Sessa Cathedral (St Peter/Paul) RC Diocese]
Teano [1st: Teano Cathedral (St Clement) RC Diocese]
D1-4-6 Molise, Isernia: (52 comuni), IT-IS (ML)
Isernia [1st: Isernia Cathedral (St Peter) RC Diocese]
Castelpetroso [1st: 41° 34′ 0″ N, 14° 21′ 0″ E]
Venafro [1st: Venafro Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
D1-4-7 Abruzzo, Chieti: (104 comuni), IT-CH (AB)
Chieti [1st: province capital, city 121; Chieti Cathedral (St Thomas/Justine) RC Archdiocese; on-TetL8/RDoL3] [St Justin of Chieti p]
Atessa [2 nd: St Leucio’s Church, dragon]
Fossacesia
Lanciano [1st: Lanciano Cathedral (Blessed Virgin Mary) RC Archdiocese]
Orsogna [TetL8/RDoL3]
Ortona [1st: Ortona Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese]
San Salvo
Vasto [1st: Vasto Cathedral (St Joseph) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
D1-4-8 Abruzzo, L’Aquila: (108 comuni), IT-AQ (AB) [B: Earthquake site]
L’Aquila [1st: region capital, city 75; L’Aquila Cathedral (St Maximus/George) RC Archdiocese]
Avezzano [1st: Avezzano Cathedral (St Bartholomew) RC Diocese] [Our Lady of Pietraquaria p]
Castel di Sangro; Celano; Civitella Roveto;
Corfinio [1st: Corfinio Cathedral (St Pelinus) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Gioia dei Marsi [1st: Templar site]
Massa d’Alve [1 st: Alba Fucens, Sun temple, San Pietro d’Albe Church]
Pescasseroli [2 nd: Maria Incoronata Sanctuary, black Madonna]
Pescina [1st: Pescina Cathedral (St Mary), co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Sulmona [1st: Sulmona Cathedral (St Pamphilus) RC Diocese]
Tagliacozzo
D1-4-9 Molise, Campobasso: (84 comuni), IT-CB (ML)
Campobasso [1st: region capital, city 138; Campobasso Cathedral (St Bartholomew) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Jelsi [TetL8/RDoL3]
Larino [1st: Larino Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
San Felice del Molise [1st: S. Maria Ester, church]
Termoli [1st: Termoli Cathedral (St Bassus) RC Diocese]
Trivento [1st: Trivento Cathedral (St Nazarius) RC Diocese]
D1-4-10 Abruzzo, Teramo: (47 comuni), IT-TE (AB) [B: Corno Grande, D1-4 highest peak, 2912 m]
Teramo [1st: province capital, city 122; Teramo Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [Marco Pannella b; St Bernard Valeara p]
Atri [1st: Atri Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Campli; Giulianova
Isola del Gran Sasso [3.5.10GD b]
D1-4-11 Campania, Salerno: (158 comuni), IT-SA (CM)
[A: Paestum, temple of Hera & Athena, 7° BC,  40° 25′ 12″ N, 15° 0′ 20″ E (Capaccio)]
Salerno [1st: province capital, city 28; Salerno Cathedral (St Matthew) RC Archdiocese]
Acerno [1st: Acerno Cathedral (St. Donato) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Amalfi [1st: Amalfi Cathedral (St Andrew), RC Diocese] [St Andrew p]
Battipaglia [1st: city 139]
Campagna;
Caggiano [1st: Templar site]
Cava dei Tirreni [1st: city 128; Cava Abbey (Holy Trinity), territorial abbey cathedral; Cava Cathedral (Visitation Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Eboli; Fisciano;
Nocera [1st: Nocera Cathedral (St Mark) co-cathedral RC Diocese];
Padula;
Policastro [1st: Policastro Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin), former cathedral RC Diocese]
Ravello [1st: Ravello Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) former cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Rocca d’Aspide; Sala Consilina [1st: Sala Cathedral (St Peter) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Sarno [1st: Sarno Cathedral (St Michael) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Scafati [1st: city 139]
Scala [1st: Scala Cathedral (St Lawrence) former cathedral RC Diocese]
Teggiano [1st: Teggiano Cathedral (St Mary Major) RC Diocese]
Vallo della Lucania [1st: Vallo Cathedral (St Pantaleon) RC Diocese]
D1-4-12 Campania, Naples, Arcipelago Campano: 9 comuni in the islands of Ischia, Capri, Procida and Vivara, part of the province of Naples, IT-NA (CM)
Anacapri; Capri; Casamicciola Terme; Barano d’Ischia; Forio; Ischia; Lacco Ameno; Monte di Procida; Procida; Serrara Fontana;
L2 System Division: Abruzzo, Campania and Molise are part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, within the Napole Bhime Distria, operated by the Napole Kirte Samaya (Società Partenopea).

 

REGION D1-5: 
ITALY
Marche, Umbria
 Pahai Alri
 Nation of Alkir 
 Rikla fo Noitan
 Binary 5
Region D1-5 consists of two administrative Italian regions (Marche and Umbria).

Location: Central-east Italy.
Geographical Centre:
Area: 18150 sq km
Terrain: hilly and mountainous
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Monte Vettore, 2476 m (Ascoli Piceno) Lowest point:
Duad Degree: 10-12½° Aries
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Leo/Sun
Stargate Link:
L1 System Division:

Marche is divided into five administrative provinces. The capital is Ancona.
Umbria is divided into two administrative provinces and also in four Ambiti Territoriali Integrati, which constitutes the four Umbrian PTU Provinces. The capital is Perugia.
Power Sites: D1-5 is a cradle of Sacred Cone activity, with special reference to Christian sites and places of pilgrimage, such as those in Assisi and Loreto. It also includes highly operative Sacred Cone Sites in Jesi (birthplace of Frederic II), Montefeltro and Urbino.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: 9IP: San Marcello (Ancona, Marche) 4km-Jesi D1-5-5, UvgL14-4-49, RTrL14-4-49, TetL7, TetL8, RDoL7, RDoL3, YinL47-12, YinL61-62, OctL14-4-49, 43° 33’ 50” N, 13° 11’ 51” E
Earth Grid Lines: all the above
D1-5: ITALY, MARCHE, Ancona [Cc/gs]: Agiugliano, Arcevia, Camerino, Camerata Picena, Castelbellino, Castelfidardo, Cerreto Esi, Chiaravalle, Cupramontana, Falconara Marittima, Filottrano, Loreto [Cc], Maiolati Spuntini, Monte Roberto, Numana, Osimo [Ccc], Polverigi, S.Paolo Jesi, S.Maria Nuova, Serra S.Quirico, Stirolo, Staffolo (4), Arcevia, Barbara, Belvedere Ostrense, Castecolonna, Castelleone Suasa, Castelplanio, Corinaldo, Fabriano [Cc], Genga, Jesi [Ccc/gs/Pm], Mergo, Monsano, Montecarotto, Montemarciano, Monterado, Monte S.Vito, Morro D’Alba, Offagna, Ostra, Ostra Vetere, Poggio S.Marcello, Ripere, Rosola, S.Marcello, Sassoferrato, Senigallia [Cc], Serra de’ Conti (5); Ascoli Piceno [Cc], Montalto [Cc], Montefiore, Montegallo, Montemonaco, Ripatransone [Ccc], S.Benedetto Tronto [Cc], Treia (7); Fermo [Cc] (10); Macerata [Cc]: Pennabilli [Cc], Pergola [Ccc], Recanati [Ccc], Samano, S.Arcangelo Vado [Ccc], Tolentino [Ccc] (2): Camerino, S.Vicino, Acquacanina, Apiro, Bolognola, Camerino, Castelsantangelo Nera, Castelraimondo, Cingoli [Ccc], Esanatoglia, Piastra, Fiordimonte, Fiuminata, Tagliole, Matelica [Ccc], Monte Cavallo, Muccia, Pieve Torina, Pievebovigliana, Pioraco, Poggio S.Vicino, S.Severino [Ccc], Sarnano, Sefro, Serravalle Chienti, Treia [Ccc], Ussita, Visso (9); Pesaro-Urbino: Urbino [Cc]: Auditore, Belfonte Isaura, Borgo Pace, Carpegna, Fermignano, Frontino, Lunano, Macerata Feltria, Mercatello Metauro, Mercatino Conta. Monte Cerignone, Montecalvo Foglia, Montecopiolo, Monte Grimano Terme, Peglio, Petriano, Piandimeleto, Pietrarubbia, S.Angelo Vado, Sassocorvaro, Sassofeltrio, Tavolato, Urbania [Ccc] (1); Pesaro [Cc]: Acqualagna, Apecchio, Cagli [Cfc], Cantiano, Cartoceto, Colbordolo, Fano [Cc], Fossombrone [Cfc], Fratte Rosa, Frontone, Gabicce Mare, Gradara, Lombaroccio, Mondolfo, Monteciccardo, Montelabbate, Monte Porzio, Mondavio, Montefelcino, Pergola, Piobbico, S.Costanzo, S.Lorenzo Campo, S.Angelo in Zizzola, Serra S.Abbondio, Tavullia (12). UMBRIA, Perugia [Cc],: Assisi [Cc],, Bastia Umbra, Bettona, Cannara, Castiglione Lago, Città Pieve [Ccc],, Collazione, Corciano, Deruta, Fratta Todina, Magione, Marciano, Massa Martana, Monte Castello Vibio, Paciano, Panicate, Passignano Trasimeno, Piegaro, S.Venanzo, Todi [Ccc],, Forgiano, Tuoro Trasimeno, Valfabbrica (6), Citerna, Città Castello [Cc], Costacciaro, Fossato Vico, Gualdo Tadino [Ccc], Gubbio [Cc], Lisciano Niccone, Monte S.Maria Tiberina, Montone, Pietralunga, S.Giustino, Scheggia Pascelupo, Sigillo (8); Bevagna [Cfc], Campello Clitunno, Cascia, Castel Ritaldi, Cerreto Spoleto, Foligno [Cc], Giano Umbria, Gualdo Cattaneo, Montefalco, Monteleone Spoleto, Nocera Umbra, Norcia [Ccc], Poggiodomo, Preci, S.Anatolia Narco, Scheggino, Sellano, Spello [Cfc], Spoleto [Cc], Trevi [Cfc], Vallo Nera, Valtopina (11); Terni [Cc]: Amelia [Ccc], Narni [Ccc], Orvieto (3).
10-12½°Aries; Aries/Leo; Leo/Sun.
Italie Pradesia: Orione Prasamaya (Marche), Firenze Samaya (Umbria). AKIRWA, Alkir: Al Kirware.
D1-5-1 Marche, Pesaro-Urbino, (Urbino, Comunità Montana di Montefeltro, Alto e Medio Metauro: 23 comuni in the province of Pesaro-Urbino), IT-PU (MH)
Auditore; Belfonte all’Isaura; Borgo Pace; Carpegna; Fermignano; Frontino; Lunano; Macerata Feltria; Mercatello sul Metauro; Mercatino Conta; Monte Cerignone; Montecalvo in Foglia; Montecopiolo; Monte Grimano Terme; Peglio; Petriano; Piandimeleto;
Pietrarubbia [2nd: Castello]
Sant’Angelo in Vado; Sassocorvaro [2nd: Rocca Ubaldinesca]; Sassofeltrio; Tavoleto
Urbania [1st: Urbania Cathedral (St Christopher) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese; 2nd: Chiesa dei Morti]
Urbino [S8] [1st: Urbino Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese] [Raphael b; St Crescentinus p] [7.4.3CB r]
D1-5-2 Marche, Macerata, (32 comuni, excluding D1-5-9), IT-MC (MH)
Macerata [1st: Macerata Cathedral (St Julian Hospitalier) RC Diocese] [St Julian the Hospitaller p]
Civitanova Marche [on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Pennabilli [1st: Pennabilli Cathedral (St Bartholomew) RC Diocese]
Pergola [1st: Pergola Cathedral (St Andrew) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Recanati [1st: Recanati Cathedral (St Flavian) co-cathedral RC Diocese; on-TetL7/RDoL1] [Giacomo Leopardi b]
Sant’Arcangelo in Vado [1st: Sant’Arcangelo Cathedral (St Michael) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Sarnano [2 nd: egg stone]
Tolentino [1st: Tolentino Cathedral (St Catervus) co-cathedral RC Diocese; St Nicholas Basilica, former cathedral]
D1-5-3 Umbria, Terni ATI4, IT-TR (UM)
Terni [1st: province capital, city 41; Terni Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [St Valentine of Terni p]
Acquasparta, Allerona, Alviano,
Amelia [1st: Amelia Cathedral (St Firmina) co-cathedral RC Diocese] [St Firmina of Amelia p]
Arrone, Attigliano, Avigliano Umbro, Baschi, Calvi dell’Umbria, Castel Giorgio, Castel Viscardo, Fabro, Ferentillo, Ficulle, Giove, Guardea, Lugnano in Teverina, Montecastrilli, Montecchio, Montefranco, Montegabbione, Monteleone di Orvieto,
Narni [1st: Narni Cathedral (St Juvenal) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Italy geographic centre, Narnia, 42° 31′ 0″ N, 12° 31′ 0″ E]
Orvieto [1st: Templar site; 2 nd: Pozzo di San Patrizio] [St Joseph p]
Otricoli; Parrano; Penna in Teverina; Polino; Porano; San Gemini; Stroncone
D1-5-4 Marche, Ancona (Ancona, Loreto, Cupramontana, Esino-Musone: 22 comuni in the province of Ancona located between the rivers Esino and Musone), IT-AN (MH)
Ancona [S1] [1st: region capital, city 43; Ancona Cathedral (St Cyriacus) RC Archdiocese; 2nd: Parco del Cardeto; Cittadella di Ancona; Monte Conero on-YinL47-12; 3rd: SCS Arco di Traiano, gateway] [St Judas Cyriacus p] [8.6.8CP, 6.1.7PF b]
Agiugliano; Arcevia [1st: Templar site]; Camerino; Camerata Picena; Castelbellino;Castelfidardo; Cerreto d’Esi; Chiaravalle [Maria Montessori b; St Anthony Abbot  p]
Cupramontana [3rd: SCS/G Eremo dei Frati Bianchi]
Falconara Marittima; Filottrano;
Loreto [1st: Loreto Cathedral (Blessed Virgin Mary) Territorial Prelature; 3rd: Basilica della Santa Casa, 1400, 43° 26′ 0″ N, 13° 37′ 0″ E] [Our Lady of Loreto p]
Maiolati Spuntini; Monte Roberto; Numana
Osimo [1st: Osimo Cathedral (St Leopardus) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese; St Joseph of Cupertino Church; Templar site; 2nd: St Mark’s Church, Pozzo delle Lame; Palazzo Baldeschi; Palazzo Comunale; Osimo’s Caves] [St Joseph of Cupertino d]
Polverigi; San Paolo di Jesi; Santa Maria Nuova; Serra San Quirico; Stirolo; Staffolo
D1-5-5 Marche, Ancona, (Misa-Esino, Cesano-Misa: 27 comuni in the province of Ancona located between Cesano and Esino rivers), IT-AN (MH)
Arcevia; Barbara [on-YinL47-12]; Belvedere Ostrense; Castecolonna; Castelleone di Suasa; Castelplanio, Corinaldo;
Fabriano [1st: Fabriano Cathedral (St Venantius) RC Diocese] [John Baptist p]
Genga [2nd: Grotte di Frasassi, 43° 25′ 50″ N, 12° 56′ 9″ E; 3rd: S. Vittore delle Chiuse Abbey, pA]
Jesi [1st: Jesi Cathedral (St Septimus) RC Diocese; Teatro Pergolesi; 2nd: Piazza San Federico II; SCS/G Piazza della Repubblica; 43° 31′ 25″ N, 13° 14′ 21″ E; 3rd: Provordo Temple; 4km-9IP: San Marcello, on-UvgL14-4-49/4-4-49/TetL7/RDoL1/YinL61-62/YinL47-12] [Frederick II, Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Giancarlo Alessandrini, Rafael Sabatini, Virna Lisi b] [4.12.6PL, 5.3.7CB b; 3.5.10GD, 6.8.3LM, 8.6.8CP, 7.8.1BP r]
Mergo; Monsano; Montecarotto; Montemarciano; Monterado; Monte San Vito; Morro D’Alba;
Offagna [2 nd: Monte della Crescia]
Ostra [1st: Madonna della Rosa Sanctuary; SCS/G]
Ostra Vetere; Poggio San Marcello; Ripere; Rosora;
San Marcello [9IP: UvgL14-4-49, RTrL14-4-49, TetL7, TetL8, RDoL1, RDoL3, YinL47-12, YinL61-62, OctL14-4-49, 43° 33’ 50” N, 13° 11’ 51” E]
Senigallia [1st: Senigallia Cathedral (St Peter) RC Diocese, St Gaudenzio’s tomb; 2nd: Rocca, spiral; Palazzo Ercolani, Mary Magdalene; on-YinL61-62] [6.8.3LM b]
Sassoferrato [1st: Templar site; 2 nd: S. Croce di Sentinum Abbey, Mithra]
Serra de’ Conti
D1-5-6 Umbria, Perugia, ATI2, IT-PG (UM) [C: Assisi, 43° 4′ 33″ N, 12° 37′ 3″ E]
Perugia [1st: region capital, city 22; Perugia Cathedral (St Lawrence/Andrew) RC Archdiocese; Templar site; 2nd: St Michael’s Church, circular church]
Assisi [1st: Assisi Cathedral (St Rufinus) RC Diocese; sacred town, pC; SCS/G] [St Claire, St Francis, St Rufinus brpt]
Bastia Umbra, Bettona, Cannara, Castiglione del Lago;
Città della Pieve [1st: Città della Pieve Cathedral (St Gervasius/Protasius) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Collazzone, Corciano, Deruta, Fratta Todina, Magione, Marsciano, Massa Martana, Monte Castello di Vibio, Paciano, Panicale, Passignano sul Trasimeno, Piegaro, San Venanzo;
Todi [1st: Todi Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Torgiano, Tuoro sul Trasimeno, Valfabbrica
D1-5-7 Marche, Ascoli Piceno, IT-AP (MH)
Ascoli Piceno [1st: province capital city 134; Ascoli Cathedral (Mary: Mother of God, St Emygdius) RC Diocese; Templar site] [St Emidius p]
Fermo [1st: Fermo Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese] [Assumption Virgin Mary p]
Montalto [1st: Montalto Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Montefiore dell’Aso [2 nd: St Lucy Church, black Madonna]
Montegallo [3rd: Uscerno, gateway, Rose Line]
Montemonaco [1st: Sybil’s Cave]
Ripatransone [1st: Ripatransone Cathedral (St Gregory) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
San Benedetto del Tronto [1st: San Benedetto Cathedral (St Mary) RC Diocese]
Treia [1st: Sanctuary of the Holy Cross, Isis]
[1st:  Monte Vettore, D1-5 highest peak, 2476m]
D1-5-8 Umbria, Perugia ATI1, IT-PG (UM)
Città di Castello [1st: Città di Castello Cathedral (st Floridus/Amantius) RC Diocese, black Madonna; Templar site] [St Crescentinus p]
Citerna, Costacciaro, Fossato di Vico;
Gualdo Tadino [1st: Gualdo Tadino Cathedral (St Benedict) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Gubbio [1st: Gubbio Cathedral (St Marianus/James) RC Diocese]
Lisciano Niccone, Monte Santa Maria Tiberina, Montone, Pietralunga, San Giustino, Scheggia e Pascelupo, Sigillo
D1-5-9 Marche, Macerata, (Alte Valli del Potenza ed Esino, Camerino, San Vicino: 25 comuni), IT-MC (MH)
Acquacanina; Apiro; Bolognola; Camerino; Castelaantangelo sul Nera; Castelraimondo;
Cingoli [1st: Cingoli Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese; 2nd: Battle of Cingoli; on-YinL61-62]
Esanatoglia, Piastra; Fiordimonte; Fiuminata; Gagliole
Matelica [1st: Matelica Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Monte Cavallo; Muccia; Pieve Torina; Pievebovigliana; Pioraco; Poggio San Vicino
San Severino [1st: San Severino Cathedral (St Augustine) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Sarnano [2 nd: egg stone]; Sefro; Serravalle di Chienti;
Treia [1st: Treia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Ussita; Visso
D1-5-10 Marche, Fermo, 40 comuni, IT-FM (MH)
Fermo [1st: province capital town]
D1-5-11 Umbria, Perugia ATI3, IT-PG (UM)
Bevagna [1st: Bevagna Cathedral (St Michael) former cathedral RC Diocese of Foligno]
Campello sul Clitunno [geographic centre, 42N 50, 11E 20]
Cascia, Castel Ritaldi, Cerreto di Spoleto,
Foligno [1st: city 112; Foligno Cathedral (St Felician) RC Diocese] [St Felician of Foligno p]
Giano dell’Umbria, Gualdo Cattaneo, Montefalco, Monteleone di Spoleto, Nocera Umbra,
Norcia [1st: Norcia Cathedral (St Mary) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese];
Poggiodomo, Preci, Sant’Anatolia di Narco, Scheggino, Sellano,
Spello [1st: Spello Cathedral (St Mary Major) former cathedral RC Diocese]
Spoleto [1st: Spoleto Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; Monteluco] [St Ponziano of Spoleto p]
Trevi [1st: Trevi Cathedral (St Emilianus) former cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Vallo di Nera, Valtopina
D1-5-12 Marche, Pesaro-Urbino (Pesaro, Zona Costiera, Catria-Cesano-Nerone, Metauri): 37 comuni in the province of Pesaro-Urbino) IT-PU (MH)
Pesaro [1st: province capital city 54; Pesaro Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; 3rd: SCS/G Palazzo Ducale, 1482, 43° 43′ 24″ N, 12° 38′ 16″ E; on-TetL8/RDoL3/YinL47-12] [Gioacchino Rossini b; St Terenzio of Luni p]
Acqualagna; Apecchio;
Cagli [1st: Cagli Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Cantiano; Cartoceto; Colbordolo;
Fano [1st:  city 95; Fano Cathedral (St Mary Major) RC Diocese] [St Fortunato p]
Fossombrone [1st: Fossombrone Cathedral (St Aldebrand) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Fratte Rosa; Frontone; Gabicce Mara; Gradara; Mombaroccio; Mondolfo; Monteciccardo; Montelabbate; Monte Porzio;
Mondavio [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Montefelcino [on-TetL7/RDoL1];
Pergola; Piobbico; San Costanzo; San Lorenzo in Campo; Sant’Angelo in Lizzola; Serra Sant’Abbondio; Tavullia
L2 System Division:
Marche is part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, originally within the Padue Bhime Distria, or Orione Bhime Distria, operated by Purve Kirte Samaya (Società Orientale), since 21 March 2012 it constitutes Region D1-5, operated by

Provordo Jesi Samaya, which is also the abode of the Grand Secretariat Vicariate General of Nova Congregazione, presently in Jesi (Ancona). Umbria was originally within the Firenze Bhime Distria, operated by the Firenze Kirte Samaya (Società di Firenze), and since 21 March 2012 is also in Region D1-5, perated by Provordo Jesi Samaya.

 

REGION D1-6: ITALY, Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige, Friuli Venezia Giulia
Pahai Nelsar– Nation of Nelfras – Sarflen fo Noitan
Binary 6
Region D1-6 consists of three administrative Italian regions (Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Trentino-Alto Adige and Veneto).

Location: North-East Italy
Geographical Centre:
Area: 39853 sq km
Terrain: lower plains in the south and coastal area, hills and mountainous zones in the north. There are also wide extremely mountainous areas covering the Dolomites and southern Alps.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Ortles (Bolzano), 3902 m; Lowest point:
Duad Degree: 12½-15° Aries
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Leo/Sun
Stargate Link: Alpha Cephei, or Alderamin, 12° Aries 47’ (2000), Cepheus; Alpha Andromedae, or Alpheratz, 14° Aries 18’ Andromeda

L1 System Division:
Friuli-Venezia Giulia is divided into four administrative provinces: Pordenone and Udine have their own PTU Province, while Gorizia and Trieste constitute a single PTU Province. The capital is Trieste, which from 1947 to 1954 was an independent city state (Free Territory of Trieste), divided into tow zones (A and B, governed by the Allied Military Government and the Yugoslav People’s Army respectively). Later most of part A was ceded to Italy, while part B and some villages of part A became part of Yugoslavia.

Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol is divided into two autonomous provinces, which are each represented by a PTU-Province, and whose capitals are Trento and Bolzano (Bozen). The region was part of Austria-Hungary (and the preceding Austrian Empire) from 1389 to 1919. In the province of Bolzano the majority of the population speak German.

Veneto is divided into seven administrative provinces, each represented by a PTU Province. The capital is Venice (Venezia), which was the capital of the Republic of Venice from 697 to 1797.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: TetL8/RDoL3 Rovigo, Monselice, Molveno, Stelvio, YinL61-62 Lignano, San Giorgio di Nogaro, Udine
D1-6: ITALY, FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA, Trieste [Cc]: Basovizza, Sgonico; Gorizia [Cc], Grado [Cfc] (8); Pordenone [Cc]: Aviano, Maron (2); Udine [Cc]: Aquilieia [Cc], Castelmonte, Palmanova (6). TRENTINO ALTO ADIGE, Bolzano [Cc]: Brixen [Ccc], Ortisei (5); Trento [Cc]: Molveno, Riva del Garda (11). VENETO, Venice [Cc]: Chioggia [Cc], Concordia Sanitaria [Cc], Malcontenta, Stra (4); Belluno [Cc]: Feltre [Cfc] (10); Padova [Cc]: Monselice (1); Rovigo [Cc]: Adria [Cc] (12); Treviso [Cc]: Vittorio Veneto [Cc] (3); Verona [Cc] (7); Vicenza [Cc] (9).
12½-15°Aries; Aries/Virgo; Leo/Sun; 12°Aries55’: Alpha Cephei, Alderamin; 14°Aries28’: Alpha Andromedae, Alpheratz.
Italie Pradesia, Orione Prasamaya. AKIRWA, Nelfras: Alapis.

D1-6-1 Veneto, Padua: (104 comuni), IT-PD (VN) [B: Monte Venda, highest peak, 603 m]
Padua [S1] [1st: province capital, city 14; Padua Cathedral (St Mary) RC Diocese; St Anhony of Padua Basilica; Tronco Maestro Riviera] [St Anthony of Padua prt]
Abano Terme [Pietro d’Abano b]
Monselice [2nd: Castello Cini; on-TetL8/RDoL3]
D1-6-2 FriuliVG, Pordenone: (51 comuni), IT-PN (FV)
Pordenone [1st: province capital city 141; Pordenone Cathedral (St Mark), co-cathedral RC Diocese] [St Mark p]
Aviano [2nd: Aviano Air Base]
Maron [1st: Templar site]; Prata [1st: Templar site]; San Quirino [1st: Templar site]
D1-6-3 Veneto, Treviso: (95 comuni), IT-TV (VN)
Treviso [S8] [1st: province capital city 65; Treviso Cathedral (St Peter) RC Diocese; Templar site] [St Liberalis of Treviso p]
Mogliano Veneto [Giovan Battista Piranesi b]
Vittorio Veneto [1st: Vittorio Veneto Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [St Titian of Oderzo p]
[2nd: Monte Grappa, highest peak, 1775m]
D1-6-4 Veneto, Venice: (44 comuni), IT-VE (VN)
Venice [S4] [1st: regional capital, city 11; St Mark’s Basilica (St Mark) RC Patriarch of Venice, 45° 26′ 4.2″ N, 12° 20′ 22.56″ E; San Pietro di Castello Basilica, co-cathedral; Torcello Cathedral, former cathedral; Greek Orthodox Cathedral Basilica (St George) GO Archdiocese of Italy; Templar site; Bridge of Sighs 2nd: Isola di San Michele, cemetery; Isola di Poveglia] [Marco Polo, Carlo Goldoni, Canaletto, Giacomo Casanova, Tintoretto, Antonio Vivaldi b; St George, St Mark p]
Chioggia [1st: city 140; Chioggia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Concordia Sagitaria [1st: Concordia Cathedral (St Stephen) RC Diocese]
Malcontenta [2nd: Villa Foscari]
Stra [1st: Labyrinth]
D1-6-5 TrentinoA, Bolzano: (116 comuni), IT-BZ (TT)
Bolzano [1st: auton. province capital city 44; Bolzano Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [Assumption Virgin Mary  p]
Brixen [1st: Brixen Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin; St Cassiano) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Ortisei [1st: St James Church]
[1st:  Ortles, D1-6 highest peak, 3902m]
D1-6-6 FriuliVG, Udine: (137 comuni), IT-UD (FV)
Udine [1st: province capital city 47; Udine Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; on-YinL61-62] [St Fortunatus p]
Aquileia [1st: Aquileia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin; St Hermagoras/Fortunatus) former cathedral RC Archdiocese of Gorizia; Roman city, 180 BC, 45° 46′ 0″ N, 13° 22′ 0″ E]
Castelmonte [1st: Blessed Virgin, sanctuary, black Madonna];
Palmanova [3rd: Palmanova, star town]
D1-6-7 Veneto, Verona: (98 comuni), IT-VR (VN)
Verona [S1] [1st: province capital city 12; Verona Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese; Arena] [St Zeno of Verona p]
Sanguinetto [2nd: blody battles]
[1st:  Monte Baldo, highest peak, 2200m]
D1-6-8 FriuliVG, Trieste, Gorizia: (31 comuni), IT-TS (FV), IT-GO (FV)
Trieste [1st: region capital, city 15; Trieste Cathedral (St Justus) RC Diocese; Arch of Riccardo 2nd: Monte Lanaro; San Giusto Hill; SCS/G] [St Justus of Trieste p; Jules Verne r]
Basovizza [1st: Dolina dei Bogomili];
Sgonico [2nd: Grotta Gigante]
Gorizia [1st: province capital town; Gorizia Cathedral (St Hilary) RC Archdiocese] [St Hilary of Aquileia p]
Grado [1st: Grado Cathedral (St Euphemia) former cathedral RC Archdiocese Gorizia]
[2nd: Monte Sabotino, highest peak, 609m]
D1-6-9 Veneto, Vicenza: (121 comuni), IT-VI (VN)
Vicenza [S4] [1st: province capital, city 38; Vicenza Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [Our Lady of Monte Berico p]
[3rd: Cima Dodici, highest peak, 2341m]
D11-6-10 Veneto, Belluno: (69 comuni), IT-BL (VN)
Belluno [1st: Belluno Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]  [St Martin of Tours  p]
Feltre [1st: Feltre Cathedral (St Peter/Prosdocimus) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
[1st: Marmolada, highest peak, 3342m]
D1-6-11 TrentinoA, Trento: (223 comuni), IT-TN (TT)
Trento [S11] [1st: auton. province capital city 39; Trento Cathedral (St Vigilius) RC Archdiocese] [St Vigilius of Trent p]
Molveno [on-TetL8/RDoL3]
Riva del Garda [2nd: Rocca]
[1st:  Monte Cevedale, highest peak, 3769m]
D1-6-12 Veneto, Rovigo: (50 comuni), IT-RO (VN)
Rovigo [1st: province capital city 135; Rovigo Cathedral (St Stephen) co-cathedral RC Diocese; on-TetL8/RDoL3]
Adria [1st: Adria Cathedral (SS Peter/Paul), RC Diocese]
L2 System Division: Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol and Veneto are part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, within the Padue Bhime Distria, or Orione Bhime Distria, operated by Purve Kirte Samaya (Società Orientale), with Veneto being the original abode of the Society itself.

 

REGION D1-7:

ITALY, Puglia, Calabria, Basilicata
Pahai Alatio, Alad Nation of Aladroit – Tiordala fo Noitan
Binary 7

 

 

 

Location: Southern Italy
Geographical Centre:
Area: 44434 sq km
Terrain: The eastern side (Apulia) is the least mountainous in Italy, while  the rest of the territory is mainly mountainous.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Serra Dolcedome, 2267 m (Cosenza) Lowest point:
Duad Degree: 15-17½° Aries
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Leo/Sun

L1 System Division: Region D1-7 consists of three administrative Italian regions (Apulia, Basilicata and Calabria).
Apulia (Puglia) is divided into six provinces, all represented by a PTU Province. The capital is Bari.
Basilicata is divided into two administrative provinces, each represented by a PTU Province. The capital is Potenza.
Calabria is divided into five provinces, represented by four PTU Provinces (Catanzaro and Vibo Valentia constituring one PTU Province).
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: TetL8/RDoL3 Zagarise
D1-7: ITALY, BASILICATA, Potenza [Cc]: Aderenza [Cc], Avigliano, Castelmezzano, Lagonegro [Ccc], Mersico [Ccc], Melfi [Ccc], Muro Lucano [Ccc], Rampolla [Ccc], Tursi [Cc], Venosa [Ccc], Viggiano (11); Matera [Cc]: Irsina [Cc], Tricarico [Cc] (2). CALABRIA, Catanzaro [Cc]: Lamezia Terme, Martirano [Cc], Nicastro [Cc], Vibo Valentia [Cc]: Nicotera [Ccc], Squillace [Ccc], Troppa [Ccc] (1); Cosenza [Cc]: Bisognano [Ccc], Cariati [Ccc], Cassano [Cc], Lungo [Cc], Rossano [Cc], S.Marco Argentano [Cc], Scalea (10); Crotone [Cc]: Belcastro [Cfc], Cerenzia [Cfc], Isola [Cfc], S.Leone [Cfc], S.Severina [Ccc], Strangoli [Cfc], Umbriatico [Cfc]  (4), Reggio Calabria [Cc] : Bova [Ccc], Gerace [Ccc], Locri [Cc], Oppido Mamertina [Ccc], Palmi [Ccc] (9). PUGLIA, Bari [Cc]: Acquaviva [Ccc], Alberobello, Altamura [Cc], Risceglie [Ccc], Bitonto [Cc], Canosa [Cfc], Conversano [Cc], Giovinazzo [Cc], Gravina [Cc], Molfetta [Cc], Monopoli [Cc], Ruvo [Ccc], Terlizzi [Ccc] (5); Barletta [Cc]– Andria [Cc/gs/T]: Castel del Monte – Trani [Cc] (3); Brindisi [Cc/gs]: Oria [Cc], Ostini [Ccc] (6); Foggia [Cc]: Ascoli Satriano [Ccc], Bovino [Ccc], Cerignola [Cc], Lucera [Cc], Manfredonia [Cc], Monte S.Angelo, S.Giovanni Rotondo, S.Severo [Cc], Troia [Ccc], Vieste [Ccc], Torremaggiore (12); Lecce [Cc]: Copertino, Galllipoli [Cc], Giurdignano, Nardò [Cc], Otranto [Cc], Squinzano [gs], Ugento [Cc] (7); Taranto [Cc]: Castellaneta [Cc], Mareggio, Statte (8).
15-17½°Aries; Aries/Libra; Leo/Sun; 17°Aries18’: Delta Draconis, Aldib.
Italie Pradesia, Napole Samaya. AKIRWA, Aladroit: Alvat.
D1-7-1 Calabria, Catanzaro, Vibo Valentia: (130 comuni), IT-CZ (CI), IT-VV (CI)
Catanzaro [1st: region capital city 52; Catanzaro Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese] [St Vitalian of Capua p]
Lamezia Terme [1st: city 80]
Martirano [1st: Martirano Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) former cathedral RC Diocese Lamezia]
Mileto [1st: Mileto Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Nicastro [1st: Nicastro Cathedral (St Peter/Paul) cathedral RC Diocese]
Vibo valentia
Nicotera [1st: Nicotera Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese];
Squillace [1st: Squillace Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Tropea [1st: Tropea Cathedral (St Mary) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Zagarise [on-TetL8/RDoL3]
Vibo Valentia [1st: province capital town]
D1-7-2 Basilicata, Matera: (31 comuni), IT-MT (BC)
Matera [1st: province capital city 101; Matera Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; Templar site]
Irsina [1st: Irsina Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Montescaglioso; Pisticci; Policoro
Tricarico [1st: Tricarico Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Tursi
D1-7-3 Apulia, Barletta – Andria – Trani: (10 comuni), IT-BT (PU)
Andria [1st: province capital  city 46; Andria Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin), RC Archdiocese; Templar site; 3rd: SCS/G Castel del Monte, 1240,  pC, 41° 5′ 3″ N, 16° 16′ 17″ E] [St Richard of Andria p; Isabella of England, Isabella II of Jerusalem t]
Barletta [1st: province capital city 53; Barletta Cathedral (St Mary Major) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese] [St Rugerro of Canne  p]
Trani [1st: province capital city 126; Trani Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese; Templar site]
D1-7-4 Calabria, Crotone: (101 comuni), IT-KR (CI)
Crotone [1st: province capital, city 99; Crotone Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese] [Pythagoras r]
Belcastro [1st: Belcastro Cathedral (St Michael) former cathedral RC Archdiocese Crotone]
Cerenzia [1st: Cerenzia Cathedral (St Theodore) former cathedral RC Archdiocese Crotone]
Cirò; Cutro;
Isola di Capo Rizzuto [1st: Isola Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) former cathedral RC Archdiocese Crotone]
San Leone [1st: San Leone Cathedral, former cathedral]
Santa Seeverina [1st: Santa Severina Cathedral (St Mary Major) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Strongoli [1st: Strongoli Cathedral (St Peter/Paul) former cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Umbriatico [1st: Umbraitico Cathedral (St Donatus) former cathedral RC Diocese]
[1st: Capo Colonna, Temple of Hera, 39° 1′ 45.3″ N, 17° 12′ 18.9″ E]
D1-7-5 Apulia, Bari: (48 comuni), IT-BA (PU)
Bari [1st: regional capital, city 9; Bari Cathedral (St Sabinus) RC Archdiocese; St Nicholas Basilica former cathedral]  [St Nicholas p]
Acquaviva delle Fonti [1st: Acquaviva Cathedral (St Eustace) co-cathedral  RC Diocese]
Alberobello [SCS/G, Cone City,  40° 47′ 0″ N, 17° 14′ 0″ E] [10.4.9LB r]
Altamura [1st: city 84; Altamura Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Bisceglie [1st: city 124; Bisceglie Cathedral (St Peter) co-cathedral RC Diocese; 2nd: Dolmen]
Bitonto [1st: city 113; Bitonto Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin, St Valentine) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Canosa [1st: Canosa Cathedral (St Sabinus) former cathedral RC Diocese Andria]
Conversano [1st: Conversano Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Giovinazzo [1st: Giovinazzo Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Gravina [1st: Gravina Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Templar site]
Molfetta [1st: city 103; Molfetta Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [St Corrado of Bavaria p]
Monopoli [1st: Monopoli Cathedral (St Mary) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Putignano [1st: Alabaster cave]
Ruvo di Puglia [1st: Ruvo Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese, pR]
Terlizzi [1st: Terlizzi Cathedral (St Michael) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
D1-7-6 Apulia, Brindisi: (20 comuni), IT-BR (PU)
Brindisi [S6] [1st: province capital, city 56; Brindisi Cathedral (Visitation Virgin Mary) RC Archdiocese; Templar site; SCS/G] [St  Lawrence of Brindisi p]
Oria [1st: Oria Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese; Templar site]
Ostuni [1st: Ostuni Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
D1-7-7 Apulia, Lecce: (97 comuni), IT-LE (PU)
Lecce [1st: province capital, city 51; Lecce Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; 3rd: SCS/G Torre Specchiolla, Casalabate] [St Oronzo p]
Copertino [St Joseph of Cupertino b]
Gallipoli [1st: Gallipoli Cathedral (St Agatha) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Giurdignano [3rd: SCS/G Menhirs, 40° 7′ 0″ N, 18° 25′ 0″ E]
Maglie [Aldo Moro b]
Nardò [1st: Nardò Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [3.10.9AA b]
Otranto [1st: Otranto Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; SCS/G]
Squinzano [1st: Villa Cleopazzo; SCS/G] [9.6.8GR b]
Ugento [1st: Ugento Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
D1-7-8 Apulia, Taranto: (29 comuni), IT-TA (PU)
Taranto [S2] [1st: province capital city 16; Taranto Cathedral (St Catald) RC Archdiocese] [St Catald p]
Castellaneta [1st: Castellaneta Cathedral (St Michael) RC Diocese]
Maruggio [1st: Templar site]
Statte [2nd: Viottolo delle Streghe, magnetic path];
D1-7-9 Calabria, Reggio Calabria: (97 comuni), IT-RC (CI)
Reggio Calabria [1st: province capital city 19; Reggio C. Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese] [Our Lady of Consolation p]
Bova [1st: Bova Cathedral (Presentation Virgin Mary) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Gerace [1st: Gerace Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Gioia Tauro; Locri [1st: Locri Cathedral (St Mary) RC Diocese]
Oppido Mamertina [1st: Oppido Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese];
Palmi [1st: Palmi Cathedral (St Nicholas) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Rosario; Siderno [12.7.9AC b]; Stignano [Tommaso Campanella b]
Terranova; Villa San Giovanni
D1-7-10 Calabria, Cosenza: (155 comuni), IT-CS (CI
Cosenza [1st: province capital city 83; Cosenza Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese] [Madonna del Pilerio p] [2.1.12LC b]
Acri;
Altomonte [1st: S. Maria della Consolazione, church, p/D];
Amantea
Bisignano [1st: Bisignano Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Campana [1st: giant stones, p/D];
Cariati [1st: Cariati Cathedral (St Michael), co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Cassano allo Ionio [1st: Cassano Cathedral (Nativity Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Castrovillari;
Lungro [1st: Lungro Cathedral (St Nicholas) RC Diocese italo-albanese]
Rogliano;
Rossano [1st: Rossano Cathedral (St Mary) RC Diocese]
San Marco Argentano [1st: S. Marco Cathedral (St Mark) RC Diocese]
Scalea [1st: S. Maria del Lauro; 2nd: Torre di Talao, battle 329BC]
[1st:  Serra Dolcedome, D1-7 highest peak, 2267 m]
D1-7-11 Basilicata, Potenza: (100 comuni), IT-PZ (BC)
Potenza [1st: region capital, city 85; Potenza Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; Templar site] [St Gerard of Potenza, St Roche p]
Acerenza [1st: Acerenza Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [St Canio p]
Albano di Lucania [2 nd: Rocca del Cappello; SCS Palmenti]
Avigliano [2 nd: Rocca di Lagopesole]
Castelmezzano [1 st: SCS Castelmezzano, Templar town; Santa Maria dell’Olmo; San Sepolcro Church]
Lagonegro [1st: Lagonegro Cathedral co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Lavello;
Marsico [1st: Marsico Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Melfi [1st: Melfi Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Muro Lucano [1st: Muro Cathedral (St Nicholas) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Rapolla [1st: Rapolla Cathedral (St Michael) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Tursi [1st: Tursi Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Venosa [1st: Venosa Cathedral (St Andrew) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Holy Trinity Church, ruins] [Manfred of Sicily b]
Viggiano [1st: Black Madonna, 0° 20′ 0″ N, 15° 54′ 0″ E]
D1-7-12 Apulia, Foggia: (64 comuni), IT-FG (PU)
Foggia [1st: province capital, city 26; Foggia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese] [Margaret of Sicily b]
Ascoli Satriano [1st: Ascoli Cathedral (Nativity Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Bovino [1st: Bovino Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Cerignola [1st:  city 106; Cerignola Cathedral (St Peter) RC Diocese]
Ischitella [1st: St Francis Church];
Lucera [1st: Lucera Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Manfredonia [1st: city 107; Manfredonia Cathedral (St Lawrence) RC Archdiocese]
Monte Sant’Angelo [1st: Sanctuary of St Michael Archangel, 490, 41° 42′ 0″ N, 15° 58′ 0″ E; 2nd: Campanile Ottagonale]
San Giovanni Rotondo [1st: Santa Maria delle Grazie; pA, sacred town  41° 42′ 0″ N, 15° 44′ 0″ E] [St Pio of Petralcina]
San Severo [1st:  city 116; San Severo Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Troia [1st: Troia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Vieste [1st: Vieste Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Volturino [1st: Templar site]
Torremaggiore [2nd: Castel Fiorentino, death place of Frederic II, 41° 41′ 0″ N, 15° 17′ 0″ E] [Frederic II d]
L2 System Division: Apulia is part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, within the Padue Bhime Distria, or Orione Bhime Distria, operated by Purve Kirte Samaya (Società Orientale).
Basilicata and Calabria are part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, within the Napole Bhime Distria, operated by the Napole Kirte Samaya (Società Partenopea).

 

REGION D1-8: 
ITALY, Sicily

Pahai Akri Waha
Nation of Akir Wayah
Hayaw Rika fo Noitan

Location: Southern Italy, the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and also include several smaller islands.
Geographical Centre:
Area: 25708 sq km
Terrain: various volcanoes, such as Mount Etna, the tallest active volcano in Europe and one of the most active in the world, and Stromboli.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Etna, 3643 m (Catania) D1-8-7 Lowest point:
Duad Degree: 17½-20° Aries
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Leo/Sun
Stargate Link:
L1 System Division: Region D1-8 consists of one administrative Italian region (Sicily).
Sicily (Sicilia) is divided into nine administrative provinces, all represented by a PTU Province. Small surrounding islands or group of islands (Eolie, Pantelleria, Lampedusa) also constitute PTU Provinces. The capital is Palermo, which was the capital of the Kingdom of Sicily from 1130 to 1861 under Norman, Angevin and Aragonese rule,
Earth Grid Intersection Points: 2IP: Caltabellotta (Agrigento, Sicily) D1-8-11 YanL10-54, YinL61-62, 37° 34’ 19” N, 13° 11’ 58” E
Earth Grid Lines: all the above
D1-8: ITALY, SICILY, Palermo [Cc]: Cefalù [Cc], Monreale [Cc], Piana Albanesi [Cc] (2); Agrigento [Cc] (11): Lampedusa, Linosa (12); Caltanissetta [Cc] (1); Catania [Cc]: Aciereale [Cc], Scordia (7); Enna [Cc]: Nicosia [Cc], Piazza Armerina [Cc] (6); Messina [Cc]: Francavilla [gs], Patti [Cc/T], S.Lucia Mela [Ccc], Taormina [Cc/gs] (5): Eolie, Lipari [Ccc]: (8); Trapani [Cc]: Marsala, Mazara Vallo [Cc] (10): Pantelleria (3); Ragusa [Cc] (4); Siracusa [Cc]:  Avola, Ferla, Lentini, Noto [Cc] (9).
17½-20°Aries; Aries/Scorpio; Leo/Sun.
Italie Pradesia, Sicilie Samaya. AKIRWA, Akir Wayah: Attah.
D1-8-1 Sicily, Caltanissetta, 22 comuni, IT-CL (SC)
Caltanissetta [1st:  province capital, city 102; RC Diocese of Caltanissetta] [St  Michael  p]
Gela [1st: city 72]
D1-8-2 Sicily, Palermo [S2] (82 comuni): Cefalù [2nd: Abbey of Thelema, A.Crowley], IT-PA (SC)
Palermo [1st: regional capital, city 5; Palermo Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese] [Cagliostro b; St Agatha, St Rosalia p]
Bagheria [1st: city 117]
Bisacquino [Frank Capra b]
Cefalù [1st: Cefalù Cathedral (Transfiguration) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Monreale [1st: Monreale Cathedral (St Mary) RC Archdiocese]
Piana degli Albanesi [1st: Piana Cathedral (St Demetrius), RC Diocese (italo-albanese rite)]
D1-8-3 Sicily, Trapani, Pantelleria (1 comune), IT-TP (SC)
Pantelleria
D1-8-4 Sicily, Ragusa (12 comuni), IT-RA (SC)
Ragusa [1st: province capital, city 76; Ragusa Cathedral (St John Baptist) RC Diocese; 2nd: St George Church, dragon; Church of the Souls of the Purgatory] [St John Baptist p]
Chiaramonte Gulfi [1st: Maria SS dei Gulfi Sanctuary]
Modica [1st: city 123] [Salvatore Quasimodo b, St George p]
Vittoria [1st: city 97]
D1-8-5 Sicily, Messina [S8]: (107 comuni), IT-ME (SC)
Messina [1st: province capital city 13; Messina Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin); Messina Cathedral (Holy Saviour) co-cathedral RC Diocese] [Our Lady of the Holy Letter p]
Francavilla di Sicilia [1st: Castello; Madonna Iara; 2nd: Gole dell’Alcantara; Cemetery, SCS/G]
Patti [1st: Patti Cathedral (St Bartholomew) RC Diocese; Tindari, black madonna, temple of Cybele, 38° 8′ 44″ N, 15° 2′ 23″ E]
Santa Lucia del Mela [1st: Santa Lucia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Taormina [1st: Taormina Cathedral (St Nicholas) former cathedral RC Archdiocese; SCS]
D1-8-6 Sicily, Enna (20 comuni),  IT-EN (SC)
Enna [1st: province capital town; umbilicus Siciliae, Ceres]
Piazza Armerina [1st: Piazza Cathedral (St Mary) RC Diocese; Templar site] [Our Lady of the Vsitation p]
Nicosia [1st: Nicosia Cathedral (St Nicholas), RC Diocese];
D1-8-7 Sicily, Catania: (58 comuni) IT-CT (SC)
Catania [1st: province capital, city 10; Catania Cathedral (St Agatha) RC Archdiocese; 2nd: Fontana dell’Elefante, u Liotru 1736] [St Agatha p]
Acireale [1st: city 129; Acireale Cathedral (Maria SS. Annunziata), RC Diocese]
Riposto [Franco Battiato b]
Scordia [1st: Templar site]
D1-8-8 Sicily, Messina Eolie (Lipari): 1 comune, IT-ME (SC)
Lipari [1st: Lipari Cathedral (St Bartholomew) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
D1-8-9 Sicily, Siracusa IT-SR (SC)
Siracusa [S5] [1st: province capital, city 32; Siracusa Cathedral (Nativity Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese] [St Lucy of Syracuse p]
Avola [1st: Dolmen];
Castelluccio [2nd: cemetery, 1800BC]
Ferla [2nd: Pantalica, necropolis,13th BC, 37° 8′ 0″ N, 14° 59′ 0″ E]
Lentini [1st: Templar site]
Noto [1st: Noto Cathedral (St Nicholas) RC Diocese]
D1-8-10 Sicily, Trapani [S10] (23 comuni) IT-TP (SC)
Trapani [1st: province capital, city 79; Trapani Cathedral (St Lawrence) RC Diocese] [St Albert of Sicily p]
Mazara del Vallo [1st: city 137; Mazara Cathedral (Holy  Saviour) RC Diocese]
Marsala [1st: city 63; 2nd: Mozia, island]
D1-8-11 Sicily, Agrigento: (42 comuni), IT-AG (SC)
Agrigento [1st: province capital, city 104; Agrigento Cathedral (S. Gerlando), RC Archdiocese]
Girgenti [Luigi Pirandello b]
[2IP: Caltabellotta, YanL10-54, YinL61-62, 37° 34’ 19” N, 13° 11’ 58” E]
D1-8-12 Sicily, Agrigento, Lampedusa – Linosa, (1 comune), IT-AG (SC)
L2 System Division: Region D1-8 is part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, within the Sicilie Bhime Distria, operated by the Sicilie Kirte Prasamaya (Società Generale di Sicilia).

 

REGION D1-9: 
ITALY, Tuscany
Pahai Azahirae
Nation of Azaheari
Iraehaza fo Noitan
Hazaheray, Yarehazah, Aries/Sagitt

Location: Central Italy
Geographical Centre:
Area: 22997 sq km
Terrain: mainly mountains and hills, various islands, such as Elba.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Monte Prado, 2054 m (Lucca) Lowest point:
Duad Degree: 20-22½° Aries
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Sagittarius/Jupiter
Stargate Link: Zeta Ceti, or Baiten Kaitos, 21° Aries 57’ (2000), Cetus
L1 System Division: Region D1-9 consists of one administrative Italian regions (Tuscany). Tuscany (Toscana) is divided into ten provinces, each represented by a PTU Province. Small islands in the Tirrenean Sea also constitute PTU Provinces. The capital is Florence.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: YinL47-12 Anghiari
D1-9: ITALY, TUSCANY, Firenze [Cc]: Fiesole [Cc] (1); Arezzo [Cc]: Anghiari [gs], Cortona [Ccc], Sansepolcro [Ccc] (11), Grosseto [Cc]: Orbetello [Ccc], Pitigliano [Cc], Sorano, Sovana [Ccc]  (8): Is. Giglio, Monte Argentario (6), Livorno [Cc]: Massa Marittima [Cc], Piombino [Cc] (9): Is. Elba, Capraia, Pianosa (12); Massa  [Cc]: Carrara, Camerino, Pontremoli [Ccc] (7), Prato [Cc] (10), Lucca [Cc], Bagni di Lucca, Borgo Mozzano, Torre del Lago, Vagli Sotto, Viareggio (4), Pisa [Cc]: S.Miniato [Cc], Volterra [Cc] (3); Pistoia [Cc], Pescia [Cc] (2); Siena [Cc]: Castelnuovo, Chiusi [Ccc], Colle Val d’Elsa [Ccc], Montalcino [Ccc], Monte Oliveto [Cc], Montepulciano [Cc], Pienza [Ccc], Poggibonsi, S.Gimignano, S.Quirico, Sovicille (5).
20-22½°Aries; Aries/Sagittarius; Sagittarius/Jupiter; 22°Aries6’: Zeta Ceti, Baiten Kaitos.
Italie Pradesia, Firenze Samaya. AKIRWA, Azaherai: Alabhai.
D1-9-1 Tuscany, Florence: (44 comuni), IT-FI (TC)
Florence [S1] [1st: regional capital, city 8; Florence Cathedral (St Mary) RC Archdiocese; S. Miniato Church; 2nd: English Cemetery; SCS Boboli Gardens] [Dante Alighieri, Niccolò Macchiavelli, Sandro Botticelli, Cimabue, Donatello; Filippo Brunelleschi, Filippo Buonarroti, Cosimo de’ Medici, Carlo Collodi, Antonio Meucci b; St John Baptist p]
Certaldo [Boccaccio d]
Fiesole [1st: Fiesole Cathedral (St Domninus) RC Diocese; 2nd: Castello di Vincigliata] [St Romulus of Fiesole p]; Figline Valdarno [on-YinL47-12] [Marsilio Ficino b]; Greve in Chianti, Montefioralle [Amerigo Vespucci b]; Vinci [Leonardo b]
D1-9-2 Tuscany, Pistoia: (22 comuni), IT-PT (TC)
Pistoia [S8] [1st: province capital, city 57; Pistoia Cathedral (St Zeno) RC Diocese; Templar site] [St James the Greater p]
Pescia [1st: Pescia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin), RC Diocese]
D1-9-3 Tuscany, Pisa: (39 comuni), IT-PI (TC)
Pisa [S4] [1st: province capital, city 59; Pisa Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin), RC Archdiocese; S. Frediano Basilica; 2nd: Camposanto Monumentale, cemetery; Camp Darby, air base] [Galileo Galilei, Tommaso Palamidessi b; St Bona of Pisa, St Torpes of Pisa p]
Poggibonsi [1st: Templar site; 2nd: Castello Strozzavolpe]
San Miniato [1st: San Miniato Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Volterra [1st: Volterra Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese; Etruscan town, Roman Theatre]
D1-9-4 Tuscany, Lucca: (35 comuni), IT-LU (TC)
Lucca [S4] [1st: province capital, city 60; Lucca Cathedral (St Martin) RC Archdiocese 2nd: St Mary Corteorlandini, church, black Madonna; St Augustine Church, entrance to Hell; Palazzo Bernardini, Devil’s stone; Torre delle Ore; Giardino Botanico] [Luigi Boccherini, Giacomo Puccini b; St Paulinus of Antioch, St Zita of Lucca p]
Bagni di Lucca [2nd: Vico Pancellorum]
Borgo a Mozzano [2nd: Ponte della Maddalena]
Pietrasanta [2nd: Church of St Anthony Abbot] 1-9-4-11.
Torre del Lago [2nd: Massaciuccoli Lake]
Vagli Sotto [2nd: underwater village]
Viareggio [1st: city 91]
[2nd: Monte Prado, D1-9 highest peak, 205 m]
D1-9-5 Tuscany, Siena: (36 comuni), IT-SI (TC)
Siena [1st: province capital, city 125; Siena Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese; Templar site] [Cesare Maccari b; St Catherine of Siena p]
Broglio [Bettino Ricasoli b]; Castelnuovo dell’Abbate [1st: Abbazia di S, Antimo];
Cetona [1st: St Michael’s Church; Belvedere Park; 2nd: Gosto Cave; 8000BC; 3rd: SCS/G]
Chiusdino [1st: St Galgano Abbey, 43° 9′ 0″ N, 11° 5′ 0″ E; Eremo di Montesiepi]
Chiusi [1st: Chiusi Cathedral (St Secundianus) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Colle di Val d’Elsa [1st: Colle Val d’Elsa Cathedral (St Martial/Albert) co-cathedral RC Archdiocese]
Montalcino [1st: Montalcino Cathedral (Holy Savour) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Monte Oliveto [1st: Monte Oliveto Abbey (St Mary) cathedral RC Territorial Abbey]
Montepulciano [1st: Montepulciano Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Monteriggioni [2nd: Well];
Pienza [1st: Pienza Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin), co-cathedral RC Diocese; sacred town]
Poggibonsi [2nd: Castle of Strozzavolpe]
San Gimignano [1st: Templar site]
San Quirico d’Orcia [1st: Bagno Vignoni]
Sovicille [1st: Villa Cetinale]
D1-9-6 Tuscany, Grosseto, Isole (Giglio, Monte Argentario): (2 comuni), IT-GR (TC)
D1-9-7 Tuscany, Massa: (17 comuni), IT-MS (TC)
Bagnone; Filattiera; Fivizzano; Mulazzo.
Massa [1st: province capital, city 82;  Massa Cathedral (St Peter/Francis) RC Diocese] 1-9-7-5.
Carrara [1st: city 89, Cathedral of St Andrew] [St  Ceccardo p] 1-9-7-10.
Camerino [1st: Templar site] [St  Venantius of Camerino p]; Caprio [2nd: magnetic road]; Fivizzano [2nd: St Catherine Cave]
Pontremoli [1st: Pontremoli Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin), co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Villafranca in Lunigiana
D1-9-8 Tuscany, Grosseto: (26 comuni), IT-GR (TC)
Grosseto [1st: province capital, city 69; Grosseto Cathedral (St Lawrence) RC Diocese]
Capalbio [1st: Tarot Garden]
Orbetello [1st: Orbetello Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Pitigliano [1st: Pitigliano Cathedral (St Peter/Paul), RC Diocese; Templar site]
Sorano [2nd: Sovena, necropolis]
Sovana [1st: Sovana Cathedral (St Peter) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
D1-9-9 Tuscany, Livorno: (11 comuni), IT-LI (TC)
Livorno [1st: province capital, city 24; Livorno Cathedral (St Francis of Assisi) RC Diocese] [Amedeo Modigliani b; St Julia of Corsica p]
Massa Marittima [1st: Massa M. Cathedral (St Cernobius) RC Diocese]
Piombino [1st: Piombino Cathedral (St Anthimus), co-cathedral RC Diocese; 2nd: Populonia, Etruscan necropolis, 1000BC, 42° 59′ 22″ N, 10° 29′ 29″ E] [St Anastasia p]
D1-9-10 Tuscany, Prato: (7 comuni), IT-PO (TC)
Prato [1st: province capital, city 18; Prato Cathedral (St Stephen) RC Diocese] [St Stephen Martyr p]
D1-9-11 Tuscany, Arezzo: (39 comuni), IT-AR (TC)
Arezzo [S6] [1st: province capital, city 48; Arezzo Cathedral (St Donatus/Peter) RC Diocese] [Petrarca b; St Donatus p]
Anghiari [1st: Cappella di Santa Maria Maddalena; Chiesa della Santa Croce; 2nd: Battaglia di Anghiari, 1440; 3rd: Via della Prepositura; SCS, on-YinL47-12] [Holy Cross p]
Caprese [Michelangelo Buonarroti b]
Cortona [1st: Cortona Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese] [Holy Cross p]
Loro Ciuffenna [1st: Etruscan site]; San Giovanni Valdarno [Masaccio b]
Sansepolcro [1st: Sansepolcro Cathedral (St John) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
D1-9-12 Tuscany, Livorno, Isole Elba, Capraia: (9 comuni), IT-LI (TC)
L2 System Division:  Region D1-9 is part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, within the Firenze Bhime Distria, operated by the Firenze Kirte Samaya (Società di Firenze)

 

REGION D1-10: 
ITALY, Piemonte, Val d’Aosta, Liguria
Pahai Alkokarf – 
Nation of Alkofrak – 
Karfokla for Noitan
Location: North-west Italy.
Geographical Centre:
Area: 34083 sq km
Terrain: mainly of mountains (including the highest peaks of the Alps, Monte Bianco and Monte Rosa) and hills, with a brusque transition to a vast area of plains.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Monte Bianco, 4810 m, D1-10-10. Lowest point:
Duad Degree: 22½-25° Aries
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Sagittarius/Jupiter
Stargate Link: Theta Eridani, or Acamar, 23° Aries 16’ (2000), Eridanus
L1 System Division:  Region D1-10 comprises the Italian administrative regions of Aosta Valley (Valle d’Aosta), Liguria and Piedmont (Piemonte).

Aosta Valley has one administrative province and one PTU Province, and its capital is Aosta.

Liguria is divided into four administrative provinces, each with a PTU Province, and its capital is Genoa (Genova).

Piedmont is divided into eight administrative provinces, six of which with their own PTU Province, with Vercelli and Biella being part of a joint PTU Province. Its capital is Turin (Torino), which was the capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia from 1720 to 1861, and also briefly the capital of Italy. Piedmont was the initial springboard for Italy’s process of unification in 1859-1861. Piedmont’s royal house, the House of Savoy (Casa Savoia), which is the longest surviving royal house of the world (1003-1946), became Kings of Italy and the crown prince of Italy the Prince of Piedmont. The rule of the House of Savoy ended with the 1946 referendum by which Italians chose the republic.

Power Sites: Region D1-10, and in particular the province of Turin, has the second highest concentration and inflation of Sacred Cone Sites in Italy, after the province of Rome. Sacred mountains (sacri monti) worshipped in Christian and Pagan times play a significant role, such as the official nine mountain shrines (also shared with Lombardy) and the 144 Sacred Cone Mounts. The city of Turin, similarly to Rome, has an excess of Sacred Cone Sites, especially of the B: category or with a tampered and corrupted nature, yet mainly not dormant. Major A: and C: Sacred Cone Sites and settlements are present, such as Damanhur.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: TetL7/RDoL1, Borgomanero (Novara), Quarona (Vercelli), Monte Rosa.
D1-10: ITALY, AOSTA VALLEY, Aosta [Cc]: La Thuile (10). LIGURIA, Genoa [Cc]: Chiavari [Cc], Montalto Ligure, Sori (4); Imperia [Cc]: Apricale, Bajardo, Cipressa, Isolabona, Sanremo [Ccc], Ventimiglia [Cc] (5); La Spezia [Cc]: Bugnato [Ccc], Portovenere, Sarzana [Ccc] (1); Savona [Cc]: Alberga [Cc], Noli [Ccc], Origlia, Varazze (12). PIEMONTE, Torino [Cc/gs]: Candia Canadese, Ivrea [Cc], Livorno Ferrarsi, Lugnasco, Moncalieri [gs], Pinerolo [Cc], Susa [Ccc], Vidracco [Damanhur], Villastellone (3); Alessandria [Cc]: Acqui Terme [Cc], Casale Monferrato [Ccc], Serralunga di Crea, Tortona [Cc] (11); Asti [Cc] (7); Cuneo [Cc]: Alba [Cc], Fossano [Cc], Mondovì [Cc], Murello, Saluzzo [Cc], Valmala (8); Novara [Cc]: Biandrate, Galliate, S.Nazario, Orta S.Giulio (9); Vercelli [Cc]: Varallo Sesia, Biella [Cc]: Viverone (2); Verbano-Cusio-Ossola: Domodossola, Griffa (6).
22½-25°Aries; Aries/Capricorn; Sagittarius/Jupiter; 23°Aries26’: Theta Eridani, Acamar; 24°Aries22’: Xi Cephei, Kurdah.
Italie Pradesia, Taurine Samaya. AKIRWA, Alkofrak: Asiembrak..

1-10-1 Liguria, La Spezia: (32 comuni), IT-SP (LG)
La Spezia [1st: province capital, city 50; La Spezia Cathedral (Christ the King) RC Diocese] [St Joseph p]
Brugnato [1st: Brugnato Cathedral (St Peter, Lawrence, Columbanus) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Portovenere [1st: Venus site]
Sarzana [1st: Sarzana Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
[1st:  Monte Gottero, highest point, 163 m]
1-10-2 Piedmont, Vercelli, Biella: (168 comuni), IT-VC (PM), IT-SCI (PM)
Sacro Monte of the Blessed Virgin, 1617, 45° 37′ 43″ N, 7° 58′ 41″ E (Oropa, SCI); Chiesa Vecchia, black Madonna;
Biella [1st: Biella Cathedral (St Stephen) RC Diocese]
Quarona [on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Viverone [2 nd: Viverone Lake]
[1st: Monte Mars, 2600m]
Vercelli [S3] [1st: Vercelli Cathedral (St Eusebius) RC Archdiocese] [St Eusebius of Vercelli p]
Varallo Sesia [1st: Sacro Monte of Nuova Gerusalemme, 1491, 45° 49′ 7″ N, 8° 15′ 17″ E]
1-10-3 Piedmont, Turin: (315 comuni), IT-TO (PM)
Turin [S3] [1st: regional capital, city 4; Turin Cathedral (St John Baptist) RC Archdiocese; Chiesa della Gran Madre di Dio, Graal; Parco del Valentino; Borgo Medievale; Mole Antoneliana; Palazzo Madama; 2nd: Basilica di Maria Ausiliatrice; Museo Egizio; Piazza Statuto; Shroud of Turin; Fontana Angelica; 3rd: SCS/G Fontana dei 12 Mesi] [Norberto Bobbio, Cavour, Vittorio Emanuele II b; St John Baptist p]  [12.6.8FG, 11.9.8LS, 10.4.9LB, 1.1.4SP, 11.7.6VD, 6.1.9GM b]
Candia Canavese [2 nd: Candia Lake]
Chieri [1st: Templar site] [7.8.10AC, 1.2.8DR b, 11.9.8LS r]
Collegno [1st: city 144]
Ivrea [1st: Ivrea Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [St Brigid of Kildare p]
Livorno Ferraris [1st: Templar site; 2 nd: Cascina di Isana, menhir]
Lugnacco [2 nd: Chiesa della Purificazione di Maria, menhir]
Moncalieri city 109; a [1st: Templar site]
Pinerolo [1st: Pinerolo Cathedral (St Donatus) RC Diocese]
Rivoli city 147;
Susa [1st: Susa Cathedral (St Justus) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Valperga [1st: Sacro Monte of Belmonte, 1712, 45° 22′ 0″ N, 7° 37′ 53″ E]
[1st: Gran Paradiso, highest point, 4036m]
Vidracco [3rd: Damanhur]
Villastellone [1st: Templar site]
1-10-4 Liguria, Genoa: (67 comuni), IT-GE (LG)
Genoa [S4] [1st: regional capital, city 6; Genoa Cathedral (St Lawrence) RC Archdiocese; Templar site;  Monumental Cemetery of Staglieno; Chiesa di Sant’Antonio in Boccadasse] [Cristoforo Colombo; Giuseppe Mazzini, Niccolò Paganini, Goffredo Mameli b; St George, St Syrus of Genoa p]
Chiavari [1st: Chiavari Cathedral (Blessed Virgin Virgin) RC Diocese]
Montalto Ligure [2nd: Pieve of St George]
Sori [1st: Sanctuary Nostra Signora delle Grazieblack Madonna]
[1st: Monte Maggiorasca, highest point, 1804m]
1-10-5 Liguria, Imperia: (67 comuni), IT-IM (LG)
Imperia [1st: Imperia Cathedral (St Maurice) co-cathedral RC Diocese] [St Leonard of Port Maurice p]
Principality of Seborga
Apricale [2nd: Castello della Lucertola]
Bajardo [2nd: St Nicolò’s Church, ruins]
Bordighera [Chiesa di St Maria Maddalena]
Cipressa [2nd: Cyprus connection]
Isolabona [2nd: Castello Doria]
Sanremo [1st: city 111;  S. Remo Cathedral (St Syrus) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Ventimiglia [1st: Ventimiglia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
[1st:  Monte Saccarello, highest point, 2201 m]
1-10-6 Piedmont, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola: (77 comuni), IT-VB (PM)
Domodossola [2nd: Sacro Monte Calvario, 1657, 6° 6′ 20″ N, 8° 17′ 13″ E]
Candia Riviera [2nd: Castello di Cannero]
Griffa [1st:  Sacro Monte of the Holy Trinity, 1647, 45° 58′ 30″ N, 9° 10′ 12″ E];
[1st: Punta Dufour, Monte Rosa, highest point, 4618m on-TetL7/RDoL1]
1-10-7 Piedmont, Asti: (118 comuni), IT-AT (PM)
Asti [1st: province capital, city 73; Asti Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [Vittorio Alfieri b; St Secundus of Asti p]
Agliano Terme [Bianca Lancia b]
Serole [1st: Bric Puschera, highest point, 870 m]
1-10-8 Piedmont, Cuneo: (250 comuni), IT-CN (PM)
Cuneo [1st: province capital, city 120; Cuneo Cathedral (St Mary) RC Diocese]
Alba [1st: Alba Cathedral (S. Lorenzo), RC Diocese]
Fossano [1st: Fossano Cathedral (Blessed Virgin Mary) RC Diocese]
Mondovì [1st: Mondovì Cathedral (St Donatus) RC Diocese]
Murello [1st: Templar site]
Saluzzo [1st: Saluzzo Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Valmala [1st: Templar site]
[1st:  Monviso, highest point, 3841 m]
1-10-9 Piedmont, Novara: (88 comuni), IT-NO (PM)
Novara [1st: province capital, city 42; Novara Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese, Last Supper; 2nd: Piazza Cesare Battisti, lost stone] [St Guadentius of Novara p]
Biandrate [1st: Templar site]
Borgomanero [on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Galliate [1st: Castello]
San Nazzaro Sesia [1st: St Nazarius/Celsius Church]
Orta San Giulio [1st: Sacro Monte di San Francesco, 1583, 45° 47′ 52″ N, 8° 24′ 40″ E ()]
1-10-10 Aosta Valley, Aosta: (74 comuni), IT-AO (VD)
Aosta [1st: Aosta Cathedral (St John Baptist), RC Diocese] [Anselm of Canterbury b; St Gratus of Aosta p]
Courmayer [1st:  Mont Blanc, Italian highest point, 45° 50′ 1″ N, 6° 51′ 54″ E]
La Thuile [2nd: Cerchio di Annibale, cromlech]
1-10-11 Piedmont, Alessandria: (190 comuni), IT-AL (PM)
Alessandria [S12] [1st: province capital, city 55; Alessandra Cathedral (St Peter), RC Diocese; Templar site]  [St Baudolino, St Tifone p]
Acqui Terme [1st: Acqui Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin), RC Diocese]  [St Guido of Acqui p]
Casale Monferrato [1st: Casale Cathedral (St Lawrence/Evasius) co-cathedral RC Diocese; Templar site]
Serralunga di Crea [1st:  Sacro Monte di Santa Maria Assunta, 350, 45° 5′ 41″ N, 8° 16′ 11″ E;
Tortona [1st: Tortona Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [5.11.8MG b; 6.1.7PF r]
[1st: Monte Chiappo, highest point, 1699m]
1-10-12 Liguria, Savona: (69 comuni), IT-SV (LG)
Savona [1st: province capital, city 96; Savona Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [Our Lady of Mercy p]
Andora [2nd: Roman Bridge]
Albenga [1st: Albenga Cathedral (St Michael), RC Diocese] [St Michael p]
Noli [1st: Noli Cathedral (St Peter) co-cathedralRC Diocese];
Osiglia [1st: Templar site]
Varazze [1st: menhir]
L2 System Division:  Region D1-10 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, and is entirely within the Secondary Jurisdiction of the Taurine Bhime Distria, operated by the Taurine Kirte Prasamaya (Società Generale di Torino). Turin is the abode of the Temple Authority of Nova Congregazione.

 

REGION D1-11: 
ITALY, 
Sardegna
Pahai Armlie –
Nation of Armeil –
Liemra fo Noitan

Area: 24090 sq km
Terrain: The second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea.  The territory is mainly mountainous with high and rocky coasts, ample bays and smaller isles.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Gernagentu, 1834 m (Nuoro, Ogliastra) Lowest point:
Duad Degree: 25-27½° Aries
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Sagittarius/Jupiter
Stargate Link:
L1 System Division: Region D1-11 consists of one administrative Italian regions (Sardinia). Sardinia (Sardegna) is divided into eight administrative provinces, and consists of 12 PTU Provinces. The capital is Cagliari.
Power Sites: Region D1-11 is one of the most ancient lands of Continent D, with congruent and integrated Power Sites serving the whole of southern Europe. From 1500 BC Cone fortresses and temples, called nuraghi, were built in human settlements and strategic hills. More than 7000 nuraghi still mark the current territory of this region.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: 6IP: Bortigali (Nuoro, Sardinia) D1-11-2 UvgL14-4-49, RTrL14-4-49, YinL41-16, YinL43-18, YanL21-31, YanL10-54, 40° 18’ 21” N, 8° 49’ 00” E
Earth Grid Lines: all the above
D1-11: ITALY, SARDINIA, Cagliari [Cc]: Suelli [Cfc] (1); Carbonia-Iglesias [Cc] (8): S.Pietro, S.Antioco (4); Medio Campidano (10); Nuoro [Cc]: Lanusei [Cc], Sorgono, Teti (2); Ogliastra (6); Olbia Tempio [Cc] (11): La Maddalena (12); Oristano [Cc]: S.Giusta [Cfc], Campidano (5); North-West: Ales [Cc], Oschiri, Simis Cabras (7); Sassari [Cc]: Alghero [Cc], Bosa [Cc], Castesardo [Ccc], Ozieri [Cc] (9): Porto Torres, Asinara (3).
25-27½°Aries; Aries/Aquarius; Sagittarius/Jupiter. 26°Aries58’: Eta Piscium, Alpherg.
Italie Pradesia, Taurine Samaya. AKIRWA, Armeil: Armal.
D1-11-1 Sardinia, Cagliari: (71 comuni) IT-CA (SD)
Cagliari [1st: region capital, city 25; Cagliari Cathedral (St Mary) RC Archdiocese; 2nd: Necropolis] [St  Saturninus of Cagliari p]
Quartu Sant’Elena [1st: city 78]
Suelli [1st: Suelli Cathedral (St Peter/George) former cathedral RC Diocese]
D1-11-2 Sardinia, Nuoro: (52 comuni), IT-NU (SD)
Nuoro [1st: Nuoro Cathedral (Our Lady of the Snows) RC Diocese]
Lanusei [1st: Lanusei Cathedral (St Mary Magdalene) RC Diocese]
[6IP: Bortigali, UvgL14-4-49, RTrL14-4-49, YinL41-16, YinL43-18, YanL21-31, YanL10-54, 40° 18’ 21” N, 8° 49’ 00” E]
Sorgono [2 nd: Menhirs]
Teti [2 nd:  nuraghi]
[1st: Gernagentu, D1-11 highest peak, 1834m]
D1-11-3 Sardinia, Sassari Porto Torres, Asinara: (1 comune), IT-SS (SD)
D1-11-4 Sardinia, Carbonia-Iglesias: San Pietro, Sant’Antioco (islands: 2 comuni): IT-CI (SD)
San Pietro, Sant’Antioco [2nd: Sulcis]
D1-11-5 Sardinia, Oristano, Campidano (Oristano, Arborea, Baratili San Pietro, Bauladu, Cabras, Marrubiu, Milis, Nurachi, Ollastra, Palmas Arborea, Riola Sardo, Santa Giusta, San Nicolò d’Arcidano, San Vero Milis, Siamaggiore, Siamanna, Siapiccia, Simaxis, Solarussa, Terralba, Tramatza, Uras, Villaurbana, Zeddiani, Zerfaliu): (26 comuni), IT-OR (SD)
Oristano [1st: Oristano Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Archdiocese]
Laconi [2 nd: Menhirs]; Paulilatino [1st: Moon  site]
Santa Giusta [1st: Santa Giusta Cathedral (St Justa) former cathedral RC Diocese]
D1-11-6 Sardinia, Ogliastra: (23 comuni), IT-OG (SD)
Baunei [2 nd: Su Sterru, deepest pothole in Europe]
D1-11-7 Sardinia, Oristano Nord, Ovest: (62 comuni), IT-OR (SD)
Ales [1st: Ales Cathedral (SS Peter/Paul), RC Diocese]
Oschiri [2 nd: stone]
Simis Cabras [2 nd: Monti Prama, statues]
D1-11-8 Sardinia, Carbonia-Iglesias: (21 comuni), IT-CI (SD)
Carbonia [1st: province capital town]
Iglesias [1st: province capital town,  Iglesias Cathedral (St Claire) RC Diocese]
D1-11-9 Sardinia, Sassari: (65 comuni), IT-SS (SD)
Sassari [1st: province capital city 31; Sassari Cathedral (St Nicholas) RC Archdiocese] [St Nicholas of Myra p]
Alghero [1st: Alghero Cathedral (Immaculate Conception), RC Diocese; 2nd: Anghelu Ruju, necropolis]
Bosa [1st: Bosa Cathedral (Immaculate Conception) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Castelsardo [1st: Castelsardo Cathedral (St Anthony Abbot) co-cathedral RC Diocese]
Monte D’Accoddi [2 nd: Moon’s Temple]
Ozieri [1st: Ozieri Cathedral (Immaculate Conception) RC Diocese]
Sant’Andrea Priu [2 nd: domus]
D1-11-10 Sardinia, Medio Campidano: (28 comuni), IT-VS (SD)
[1st: Barumini, 1500 BC, 39° 42′ 21″ N, 8° 59′ 26″ E]
D1-11-11 Sardinia, Olbia – Tempio, (25 comuni), IT-OT (SD)
Olbia [1st: province capital city 132]
Tempio [1st: province capital town, Tempio Cathedral (St Peter) RC Diocese]
Arzachena [1st: Li Lolghi, 41° 5′ 0″ N, 9° 23′ 0″ E]
D1-11-12 Sardinia, Olbia – Tempio Arcipelago (La Maddalena): (1 comune), IT-OT (SD)
L2 System Division: Region D1-11 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Italie Pradesia, and is entirely within the Secondary Jurisdiction of the Taurine Bhime Distria, operated by the Taurine Kirte Prasamaya (Società Generale di Torino).

 

REGION D1-12: 
MALTA
Pahai Alasamavro – 
Nation of Alasadorvam –
Mavrodasala fo Noitan
Region D1-12 consists of one sovereign state (Malta)
Location: Southern Europe, islands in the Mediterranean Sea, 93 km south of Sicily (Italy)

Geographical Centre: 35° 50’N, 14° 35’E
Area: 316 sq km
Terrain: The islands of the archipelago were formed from the high points of a land bridge between Sicily and North Africa. Only the three largest islands (Malta, Gozo and Comino) are inhabited. The landscape consists of low hills with terraced fields.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Ta’ Dmejrek, 253 m. (Dingli) D1-12-12.
Climate: Mediterranean; mild, rainy winters; hot, dry summers.
Natural Resources: Limestone, salt, arable land.
Population: 405,165 (July 2009 est.)
Growth Rate: 0.4% (2009 est.)
Ethnic Groups: Maltese (descendants of ancient Carthaginians and Phoenicians with strong elements of Italian and other Mediterranean stock)

Religions: Roman Catholic 98%

Languages: Maltese (official) 90.2%, English (official) 6%, multilingual 3%, other 0.8% (2005 census)

Type of Government: republic
Capital: Valletta, 35° 53’N, 14° 30’E
Level 1 System Division: Malta consists of three largest inhabited islands (Malta, Gozo, Comino) and several minor uninhabited islands. Malta is divided into 68 elected local councils (54 in Malta and 14 in Gozo). It is also divided into six districts and three regions, yet mainly for statistical purposes. Malta corresponds to PTU Region D1-12, with PTU Provinces arranged according to local councils.
Natal Code: 21 September 1964 (from the UK)
History: In 1530 Charles I of Spain gave Malta to the Order of the Knights of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem, a military religious order now known as the Knights of Malta, in perpetual lease. Great Britain formally acquired possession of Malta in 1814. Malta became independent in 1964 and a republic in 1974, the Republic of Malta (Repubblica ta’ Malta).

Flag: two equal vertical bands of white and red; in the upper hoist-side corner is a representation of the George Cross, edged in red. According to tradition the colours of the flag were given by Count Roger of Sicily in 1091.
Coat of Arms: a heraldic shield representation of the national flag of Malta, on the top stands a mural crown in gold with a sally port and five turrets representing the fortifications of Malta, a wreath of two branches (olive and palm) are around the shield.
Level 2 System Division:
Primary Jurisdiction: Italie Pradesia.
Corporate Authority: Sicilie Kirte Prasamaya (Gran Società Generale di Sicilia).
Delegate Authority:
Secondary Jurisdiction: Sicilie Bhime Distria
Power Sites: Malta has one of the concentrated greatest and most relevant availability of megalithic temples and ancient sites in Continent D, with Sacred Cone Sites such as the Ggantija on the island of Gozo.See information in the sovereign section.
Duad Degree: 27½-30° Aries
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Sagittarius/Jupiter
Stargate Link: M31, or Vertex, 27° Aries 51’, Andromeda; Alpha Piscium, or Alrisha, 29° Aries 23’

 

L1 System Division: Malta is divided into 68 local councils (54 in Malta and 14 in Gozo).
Power Sites: see information in the sovereign section.
D1-12: MALTA, Valletta [Apc/Ccc] (5); Floriana, Hamrun, Marsa, Msida, Pietà, Qormi, S.Gwann, S.Venera (1); Balzan, Birkirkara, Iklin, Lija (2); Birzebbugia, Ghaxaq, Kirko, Marsaxlokk, Mqabba, Safi, Zurrieq (6); Melliena, Mgarr [T], Mosta, St Paul (7); Ghansjelem, incl. Comino (8); Gharghur, Gżira, Naxxar, Pembroke, Sant Julian, Sliema, Swieqi, Taxbiex (9); Attard, Gudja, Luqa, Mdina [Cc], Mtarfa, Rabat, Zebugg (10); Birgu, Bormia, Fgura, Isla, Kalkara, Marsaskala, Paola, St Lucia, Tarxien, Xnajra, Zabbar, Zejtun [T] (11); Dingli, Qrendi, Siggiewi (12); Gozo: Fontana, Munxar, Sannat, Victoria [Cc] (3); Gharb, Ghasri, Kercem, Nadur, Qala, Rabat, St Lawrenz, Xagra [T], Xekwija, Zebbug Gozo (4).
27½-30°Aries; Aries/Pisces; Sagittarius/Jupiter; 28°Aries: M31, Vertex, Andromeda; 29°Aries32’: Alpha Piscium, Alrisha.
Italie Pradesia, Sicilie Samaya. AKIRWA, Alasadorvam: Alsador Forum.

D1-12-1 Floriana (MT-09), Hamrun (MT-18), Marsa (MT-26), Msida (MT-34), Pietà (MT-41), Qormi (MT-43), San Gwann (MT-49), Santa Venera (MT-54)
D1-12-2 Balzan (MT-02), Birkirkara (MT-04) [2nd: Addolorata Cemetery]; Iklin (MT-19), Lija (MT-24)
D1-12-3 Gozo: Victoria [1st: Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary Cathedral, RC]
Fontana (MT-10), Munxar (MT-36), Sannat (MT-52)
D1-12-4 Gozo: Gharb (MT-14), Ghasri (MT-16), Kercem (MT-22), Nadur (MT-37), Qala (MT-42), Rabat (MT-45), St Lawrenz (MT-50), Xagra (MT-61) [1st: Ggantija Temples, 3500 BC, 36° 3′ 0″ N, 14° 16′ 8″ E; 2nd:  Borchtorff Circle, underground caves, 3000 BC, 36° 3′ 0″ N, 14° 15′ 36″ E], Xekwija (MT-62), Zebbug Gozo (MT-65)
D1-12-5 Valletta (MT-60) [1st: St John’s Co-Cathedral, RC; St Paul’s Pro-Cathedral, CE; 2nd: St Ursula Street];
D1-12-6 Birzebbugia (MT-05), Ghaxaq (MT-17), Kirko (MT-23), Marsaxlokk (MT-28), Mqabba (MT-33), Safi (MT-47), Zurrieq (MT-68)
D1-12-7 Melliena (MT-30), Mgarr (MT-31) [1st: Ta Hagrat Temples, 33200 BC, 5° 55′ 13.3″ N, 14° 22′ 9.1″ E], Mosta (MT-32), St Paul (MT-51)
D1-12-8 Ghansjelem (MT-13), including Comino
D1-12-9 Gharghur (MT-15) Gżira (MT-12), Naxxar (MT-38), Pembroke (MT-49), Sant Julian (MT-48), Sliema (MT-56) [2nd: Achilli Mansion], Swieqi (MT-57), Taxbiex (MT-58)
D1-12-10 Attard (MT-01), Gudja (MT-11), Luqa (MT-25), Mdina (MT-29) [1st: St Paul’s Cathedral, RC; 2nd: St Ursula Street], Mtarfa (MT-35), Rabat (MT-46), Zebugg (MT-66)
D1-12-11 Birgu (MT-03), Bormia (MT-06), Fgura (MT-08), Isla (MT-20), Kalkara (MT-21), Marsaskala (MT-27), Paola (MT-39), St Lucia (MT-53), Tarxien (MT-59), Xnajra (MT-63), Zabbar (MT-64), Zejtun (MT-67). [1st: Tarxien Temples, 2800, 35° 52′ 15.6″ N, 14° 30′ 45.4″ E]
D1-12-12 Dingli (MT-07), Qrendi (MT-44), Siggiewi (MT-55)