4. Power Sites
The PTU scheme of classification encompasses the operative awareness of significant points consisting of sacred sites, gateways, anti-gravity gaps, energy vortexes, power points, magnetic anomalies, ceremonial lands and other non-ordinary zones specifically designed to uphold the multidimensional links of this planet.
The PTU is meant to energise, sustain, balance, release, integrate or re-activate this wide range of significant points broadly defined here as power sites.
Power Sites can be vaguely described as places on the surface of the planet where energy more substantially operates at higher, lower or multiple frequencies with respect to the ordinary frequency of the Human Arbitrary Configuration, hence providing the potential for multidimensional experiences and activities, whose features depend on the nature of the power site and the subjects involved.
A Power Site usually exists within the horizon or 12 km of any location where human beings live. It follows that it is not possible to include a list of such sites.
In this text we have selected only a sample of those sites closely involved with the PTU, such as Earth Grid Intersection Points, Sacred Cone Sites and Sacred Cone Gems, which are described in the paragraphs below. We have also listed a large number of Selected Power Sites, which are complementary and in most cases closely related to the above sites.
Specific areas or structures available in basically all geographical areas and significant human settlements operate as de facto Power Sites. For example, all cities, towns or villages operating as capitals, county towns or administrative headquarters of a given System at a unary, binary, ternary and at times even quaternary level, are acknowledged here as Selected Power Sites also when no reference to a specific power site is provided within square brackets and what is listed is simply the name of the location.
Please be aware that for lower levels of administrative division names of towns or villages are not given in the PTU. These places are acknowledged as Power Sites, yet in most cases they are mentioned only if they qualify as Selected Power Sites.
Administrative headquarters strategically function as residences (HQ) of their System Keeper, which may be more specifically identified by the building used as administrative headquarter, the main square, a noteworthy monument or any significant structure representing the centre of that particular place.
Also episcopal sees, seats of dioceses and archdioceses are de facto Selected Power Sites and are usually listed in the PTU. Their function is to represent other considerable residential traits of System Keepers.
Other places generally serving as de facto Power Sites in most geographical areas or human settlement are cemeteries, hospitals, railway or bus stations, airports, harbours, churches, temples, battlefields, arenas, theatres, stadiums and megalithic structures. These places are indicated in the PTU only when they are elected as Selected Power Sites.
Selected Power Sites (SPS)
In this text we have listed a number of Selected Power Sites, which may not necessarily be Sacred Cone Sites but are complementary and in many cases closely related to them, hence holding particular significance within the context of the PTU.
Please bear in mind that all Sacred Cone Sites are also Selected Power Points, though the latter may not be officially classified as such.
Selected Power Sites are divided similarly to Sacred Cone Sites, according to their category, configuration, typology, age, status, potency, range, PTU division, sector, condition, Lower Earth and Higher Earth references, and star allocation.
In particular we employ three main categories, which essentially relate with one of the three stages of the Basic Ritual of the Sacred Cone:
1st: 1st stage: these are often sacred sites for current religious or spiritual practices, or sites related with ancient cultures and no more officially operated. Most of them are widely known and acknowledged as sacred sites, at least in the local environment, others are less popular, as they have not been attended for long or are only visited by few people.
Capitals and administrative headquarters are all de facto 1st Selected Power Sites.
Also cathedrals are all de facto 1st Selected Power Sites. A cathedral is the “mother” church of a diocese and the location for the cathedra or bishop’s seat. Only denominations with an episcopal hierarchy possess cathedrals. In some cases the status of a cathedral is retained for churches that were formerly part of an episcopal denomination, and are now under the jurisdiction of a non-episcopal denomination or are in ruins.
2nd: 2nd stage: these sites are usually known as areas of grievances, Grahic abodes, or places where significant and apparent natural or human-made disasters with high death tolls and destruction occurred, such as battles, earthquakes, storms, explosions, plagues, etc. They can also be sacred sites with close associations to the underworld, such as burial grounds and cemeteries, radical transformational processes and the death mysteries.
A Provisional Order Mandira (Provordo Mandira) is a de facto 2nd Selected Power Site and in most cases also Sacred Cone Site (SCS), though it is may be not officially acknowledged as SCS.
3rd: 3rd stage: these are known or unknown sacred sites with the capacity to harmonise and incorporate the functioning of the previous categories, or to operate as major multidimensional gateways.
A Provisional Order Pramandira is a 2nd Selected Power Site with 3rd Selected Power Site features, which is also officially acknowledged as a Sacred Cone Site.
Please be aware that the above categories often overlap and some of the sites mentioned under one category could also be listed under one or two more categories.
The typologies, range and rank for Selected Sacred Sites are the same as those of Sacred Cone Sites (see below).
Selected Power Sites are given within square brackets with indigo fonts.
Sacred Cone Sites (SCS)
Sacred Cone Sites (SCS) can be forlornly described as areas purposefully incepted to allow bona fide interaction between third-dimensional ordinary realities and multidimensional realities in accordance with the three stages of the Basic Ritual of the Sacred Cone. These sites constitute gateways within the Provisional Order Jurisdictions, marking out areas of transition between dimensions, promoting ongoing interdimensional interaction and availability of inexhaustible sources of energy.
Sacred Cone Sites play a large variety of functions generally aligned with one of the three stages of the Basic Ritual of the Sacred Cone and more specifically with the features outlined by their PTU association. Some sites were constructed by ancient cultures under multidimensional guidance, or were the result of direct multidimensional intervention, while other sites are the result of recent developments aimed at reactivating previous sites or creating new ones.
Sacred Cone Sites are given within square brackets with red fonts. We have selected only a limited number of Sacred Cones Sites, though most of those which are not officially featured as such in this text highlight as Selected Power Sites. Details about several Sacred Cone Sites are purposefully omitted, though the abbreviation “SCS” may in some cases be used to indicate its presence in a given ternary division.
Sacred Cone and Selected Power Sites Signposts
Regardless of their outer form, whether this takes the shape of a most spectacular stone circle or an extremely ordinary supermarket, Sacred Cone Sites and Selected Power Sites generally indicate areas of magnetic anomalies, anti-gravity gaps and multidimensional gateways within the Human Arbitrary Configuration. Prominent and glamorous outer forms, including energy fields, do not necessarily correspond to the Sacred Cone Site or Selected Power Site itself, though they may indicate its neighbouring presence within the radius of the humanly visible horizon or the same PTU division (ranging from duodecimal to binary), or even covert information regarding a remote parallel location and PTU division.
The general principle for Sacred Cone Sites, as well many Power Sites, is that the prominent form operates as a Signpost, while the actual Power Site is located in a deceptively ordinary area, aimed at preserving its integrity and safekeeping. Power Sites and Signposts are strategically combined and identified as a single entity, though their operative function is rather different, just as a traffic signpost indicating the name of a town is not the town itself, and may be placed at the entrance to the town, or even some or several miles before. In this text there is no discrimination between Sacred Cone Sites and Sacred Cone Signposts, or Selected Power Sites and Selected Power Signpost, so that the information provided in the PTU tables may relate to both or only one of them. However, it is one of the primary functions of the PTU tables themselves to supply vital elements for the identification of actual Sacred Cone Sites and Selected Power Sites, which the qualified reader can disclose through the operative use of this text.
Establishment of Sacred Cone Sites:
There are several factors that contribute to the establishment of a Sacred Cone Site. Some sites are the result of the combination of all these factors, while others involve only the basic factors. The depiction of these factors is not within the scope and mandate of this text, apart from the cursory reference to the indispensable fact, which is identified with the term “Ultimate Establishment”.
Ultimate establishment occurs by means of a Sacred Cone Lord or, more commonly, via a Sacred Cone Supply Vicar with preceding long-term supervised management of the site by way of a Sacred Cone Rector operating in accordance with both the related Provisional Order Delegate and Corporate authorities. Long-term management generally involves three 12-year complete functional cycles, which are not necessarily subsequent and may be conducted by different Sacred Cone Supply Vicars and Rectors, provided they involve the same site, independent of whether the outer form of the site with its artefacts and structure remains the same or change radically.
Sacred Cone Sites are formally attested by the Provisional Delegate Authority in relation to the geographical location of the site and not to the outer form of the site itself. A Sacred Cone Site continues to fulfil its function also if its visible structures, such as buildings, stones, art work, tools, are destroyed, taken elsewhere or misplaced. Structures previously part of a Sacred Cone Site which are moved in other location may at times retain some minor features connected with their original site, though their operative applications may drastically change and cause significant disruptions in the place where they are subsequently installed unless such place has been ultimately incepted as a Sacred Cone Site.
Sacred Cone Sites are grouped according to their category, typology, configuration, rank, age, status, potency, range, PTU division, sector, condition, Lower Earth and Higher Earth references, and star allocation.
Categories of Sacred Cone Sites
In this text Sacred Cone Sites are divided into three main categories, which essentially relate to one of the three stages of the Basic Ritual of the Sacred Cone:
1st: 1st stage, these are mainly known sacred sites, power zones, or public environments used to perform rituals or healing activities (temples, churches, chapels, dolmens, menhirs, stone circles, etc.) and also ordinary human activities (shops, markets, universities, railway stations, etc.). Some of them are widely known and acknowledged as sacred sites, at least in the local environment, others are less popular, as they have not been attended for long or are only visited by few people, or may be broadly known, yet for reasons totally unrelated with their strategic purpose.
2nd: 2nd stage, these sites are usually known as areas of grievances, where significant and apparent natural or human-made disasters with high death tolls and destruction occurred, such as battles, earthquakes, storms, explosions, plagues, etc. They are also more or less known sacred sites with close associations to the underworld, radical transformational processes and the death mysteries. Some sites also have features similar to the A: category, though they are purposefully incepted to operate as major release zones associated with the features of the 2nd stage.
3rd: 3rd stage, these are known or unknown sacred sites, more specifically aligned with the overall operative management of the Sacred Cone. They are generally bestowed with Sacred Cone Gem installations or are the result of recent establishments. These sites have the capacity to harmonise and incorporate the functioning of the previous categories.
Please be aware that the above categories often overlap and some of the sites mentioned under one category could also be listed under one or two more categories.
Typologies of Sacred Cone Sites and Selected Power Sites
Many kinds of Sacred Cone Sites can be found on this planet. For the purpose of this text we forlornly provide the following 12 typologies, bearing in mind that most Sacred Cone Sites are related to more than one typology and can also be associated with many of them. Typologies can be grouped according to Sectors, though these associations can in some cases overlie or be rather incongruent. These typologies also apply to Selected Power Sites.
Sector 1: Seeds, energisers, concentrated energy field containing all aspects of manifestation, initiatory and birth points, phallic or solitary standing stones, menhirs, cosmic eggs, omphalos, warden temples, castles, fortresses, major battlefields, Martian sites, stadiums, arenas, knives, swords, weapons, places of relevant human sacrifices and death toll, crucifixes.
Sector 2: Havens, groves, gardens, places of refuge, pleasure, leisure, rest, abundance, fertility and sensuality, trees, fruits, furniture, architectures, Mithreaums
Sector 3:Links, bridges, paths, parabolic curves, corridors linking one given dimension with another, crossroads and junctions, books, writings, shops, markets, fairs, transports, means of communication, stations.
Sector 4: Healing springs and sources, soma temples, Marian and female deities apparitions, oracular caves, mountains and sites, sacred hotels and taverns, homes, birthplaces and major residences of Sacred Cone Lords and Masters, fertility temples, chalices, holy banquets and food; lowest point in a PTU Area or Region (only when it is a sovereign state).
Sector 5: Celestial cities, ceremonial sites, theatres, games, royal palaces, jewels; geographical centre of a PTU Area or Region (only when it is a sovereign state).
Sector 6: Care, maintenance and repair centres, labyrinths, spirals, healing stones, archives, files, classification systems, purification sites, grids.
Sector 7: – Art works, healing icons, court houses, palladiums, wedding temples.
Sector 8: Lakes or natural bodies of water, pool or human-made bodies of water, necropolis, underworld entrance, gateways into lower world and related parallel universes, burial sites, cemeteries, volcanoes, geysers, oroboros lines, headquarters of mystery and esoteric schools, secret services, deathplaces and relics of Sacred Cone Lords and Masters, megalithic chambered mounds, places where dragons were sighted.
Sector 9: Churches, temples, cathedrals, Sadoh sites, pilgrimage sites, universities, landscape beings.
Sector 10: Domes, stellar matrixes, mounts, hills, mounds or human-made hills, sacred cities, towers, castles, pillars, nature spirits command posts, hierarchical templates; rock carvings, sculptures, control panels, highest point in a PTU Area or Region (only when it is a sovereign state).
Sector 11: Portals, gateways with access to several dimensions, maverick, unusual and unexpected sites, communities, ancient astronomical observatories, places of relevant multidimensional events, involving non-ordinary, alien beings, meteorites, stargates (connecting with a specific star or constellation).
Sector 12: Islands, dreamwork sites, monasteries, places of seclusion and hermitage, prisons, hospitals, highly undefined and classified sites.
Ranks of Sacred Cone Sites and Selected Power Sites
Ranks for Sites refer to their jurisdictional state with reference to System Keepers and apply similarly to Systems. In this text we consider the following Site Ranks applied to Level 1 (L1):
Continent Rank: continent
State Rank: sovereign state
Country Rank: country with no sovereignty.
Rank 1: primary administrative division: region, county, etc, also including dependencies (d) and overseas territories (t)
Rank 2: secondary administrative division: province, district, etc,
Rank 3: tertiary administrative division: municipality, parish, etc.
Rank 4: quaternary administrative division.
Range and Potency of Sacred Cone Sites and Selected Power Sites
Site Range refers to the area that a Power Site covers. It is generally the area in which its energy is sufficient to have significant effects on the environment, though this also depends on interferences or enhancements from the environment or other sites. The average range we consider for considerable effects is generally 12 km. Potency describes the scale of influence of a given site, which is here related to the PTU levels of subdivision as follows.
pE – Earth – Planetary
pC – Continental – High Division
pA – Area – Unary Division
pR – Regional – Binary Division
pP – Provincial – Ternary Division
pD – District – Quaternary Division
Earth Grid Intersection Points (IP)
Earth Grid Intersection Points (IP) are derived from the UVG 120 also called the Earth Star, which consists of 120 identical triangles, all approximately 30′, 60 and 90 in composition, and 121 “great circles” running through 4862 points.
Within the Basic Triangle’s 30, 60 and 90 degree angles (whose lines and vertexes define 120 of those triangles, 62 major grid points, and 15 major great circles) are arrayed 45 intersection points and 16 lines which manifest 106 minor great circles and 4800 minor points over the face of the globe (UVG total is 4862 points).
The vertices (corners) of all five Platonic Solids and two other diamond-faced regular figures, the rhombic triacontahedron and rhombic dodecahedron are in alignment with the 62 grid points (“corners’) of the Basic UVG Grid. Several of the figures can be positioned within the 62 points of the Grid in more than one way. A tetradhedron, for example, will align in 10 different positions. The UVG Grid maps all of these different possibilities. Every line of the planetary grid is a great circle (equator), and each of the UVG Basic Triangles is the same, with side lengths measuring 1440, 2160, and 2592 miles. The meanings given to the line segments are taken from the nested geometric figures which make them and so symbolized by Pythagorean geometers.
Earth Grid Intersection Points, and Lines, are given within square brackets with dark red fonts.
For more details see the Appendix on the Earth Grid, or see: http://www.crystalinks.com/grids.html.
For information on how to generate the Earth Grid see: http://montalk.net/science/115/earth-grid-research.
Sacred Cone Gems (SCG)
Sacred Cone Gems, also known as Sacred Cone Grafts, are locations purposefully installed, overhauled and updated by a Sacred Cone Master or Sacred Cone Rector, and the local Provisional Order Delegate Authority, following the reformation of the Provisional Order in 1964. Sacred Cone Gems are by and large designed to manifest relevant effects on various areas not necessarily related with the place where they are installed. Sacred Cone Gems may be installed in pre-existing Sacred Cone Sites or as part of the establishment of new Sacred Cone Sites. They can also be installed in areas devoid of any Sacred Cone Site connotations, which constitute the most frequent option. They consist of four main degrees generally based on their radius. Basic information regarding the 2009 estimated availability of Sacred Cone Gems is on some occasions provided within square brackets in the corresponding PTU Division and written with dark red fonts. Information of availability can also be given with the abbreviation SCG in red fonts, which may also appear in the Sacred Cone Sites information area when a Sacred Cone Sites has also SCG status. The degrees of SCG (ranging from 1 to 4) are meant to be omitted, yet if given they follow the letters of the abbreviation: for example, SCG1.