HARTE – ETRAH – LEO – SURAHIM TAHE
PTU Area D5 includes the European territories of two State Systems, associated with the sovereign states of the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom of Britain and Northern Ireland. The latter includes four Country Systems (UK’s four constituent countries: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) and three British Crown Dependencies (Isle of Man and the Channel Islands Bailiwick of Guernsey and Jersey). PTU Area D5 is an archipelago located off the northwest coast of continental Europe, including Great Britain and Ireland, as the largest islands, and over 6000 smaller islands.
|United Kingdom, GB||243789||61394100||580||950||Britanie||London|
|Guernsey, GG||78||65573||–||1||Britanie||Saint Peter Port|
|Isle of Man, IM||572||76512||–||2||Britanie||Douglas|
|Jersey, JE||116||91626||–||2||Britanie||Saint Helier|
The table above provide the geopolitical content of PTU Area D5, indicating its two 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.
L1 STATE SYSTEM, REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Location: The Republic of Ireland occupies about five-sixths of the island of Ireland, which was partitioned in 1921.
Geographical Centre: 53° 00’N, 8° 00’W
Area: 70273 sq km
Terrain: bisected by the river Shannon, the longest in Ireland. Low central plains surrounded by coastal mountains. The western coast is rugged, with cliffs, bays and islands, such as the Aran Islands and Achill Island. There are also various lakes.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Carrauntoohil (Corrán Tuathail), 1041 m
Climate: temperate maritime; modified by North Atlantic Current; mild winters, cool summers; consistently humid; overcast about half the time
Natural Resources: natural gas, peat, copper, lead, zinc, silver, barite, gypsum, limestone, dolomite
Population: 4203200 (July 2009 est.)
Growth Rate: 1.12% (2009 est.)
Ethnic Groups: Irish 87.4%, other white 7.5%, Asian 1.3%, black 1.1%, mixed 1.1%, unspecified 1.6% (2006 census)
Religions: Roman Catholic 87.4%, Church of Ireland 2.9%, other Christian 1.9%, other 2.1%, unspecified 1.5%, none 4.2% (2006 census)
Languages: English (official) is the language generally used, Irish (Gaelic or Gaeilge) (official) spoken mainly in areas along the western coast
L1 System Division: The State System of the Republic of Ireland consists of 26 traditional counties, which are no longer part of the official administrative divisions. The current administration uses a structure of 34 “county-level” counties and cities of Ireland, which constitute Rank 1. Of these 29 are counties, governed by county councils while the five cities of Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway and Waterford have city councils, and are administered separately from the counties bearing those names. Ireland is also divided into four traditional provinces, with no current legal status, yet often used in various contexts. These four provinces are used in the PTU tables, bearing in mind that Ulster here excludes Northern Ireland. Ireland is further divided into boroughs and towns (Rank 2).
Type of Government: republic
Capital: Dublin, 53° 19’N, 6° 14’W
Natal Code: 9.4.3 (6 December 1922, 17:00, Dublin) Royal assent given by George V to the Irish Act, setting up the Irish Free State, excluding Northern Ireland; 1.10.9 (17 April 1949, 23:00, Dublin) creation of the Republic of Ireland, and total separation from the United Kingdom, except for Northern Ireland; 2.10.5 (24 April 1916, 12:25, Dublin) a group of Irish nationalists proclaim the independence of Ireland on the steps of the central post office in Dublin, initiating the Easter Rising. This is an official aspiration for independence for the whole of Ireland, without any pragmatic effect.
Flag: three equal vertical bands of green, white and orange, similar to the flag of Italy, which is shorter and is green, white and red.
History: Ireland as a State System came into being following the Irish partition in 1921, dividing the island into Southern Ireland and Northern Island. In 1922 Southern Ireland seceded from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to become the Irish Free State, while Northern Ireland remained in the United Kingdom. In 1937 the state was renamed Ireland and in 1949 Ireland left the British Commonwealth to become a republic.
Coat of Arms: a gold harp with silver strings on a St Patrick’s blue background. The harp is sometimes referred as the harp of Brian Boru, king of Ireland from 1002 to 1014.
System Keeper: Ierna, 1SK
Ecclesiastical Administration: The dominant church is the Roman Catholic Church, which is divided into four ecclesiastical provinces, each headed by an archbishop, and 26 dioceses, each headed by a bishop. The second largest Christian denomination is the Church of Ireland, part of the Anglican Community, divided into 12 dioceses, each with a bishop. The archbishop of Dublin and the archbishop of Armagh are the Primate of Ireland and the Primate of All Ireland respectively, the latter being regarded as the general leader.
L2 System Division: see Region D5-2
Power Sites: see Region D5-2
Location: an island country consisting of an archipelago imcluding Great Britain, the northeastern part of Ireland and several small islands. It lies between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, within 35 kilometres of the northwest coast of France, from which it is separated by the English Channel. The United Kingdom consists of four countries: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Three British Crown Dependencies (Isle of Man and the Channel Islands Bailiwick of Guernsey and Jersey), though officially outside the United Kingdom they are treated as part of it for many purposes.
Geographical Centre: 54° 00’N, 2° 00’W
Area: 243610 sq km
Terrain: lowland terrain with mountains north-west of the Tees-Exe line and Scafell Pike (978 m.), in the Lake District, being the highest mountain. Scotland is divided into Highlands, mainly mountainous and Lowlands, flatter and far more populated area. Information on Wales and Northern Ireland is given in their respective regions.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Ben Nevis, 1343 m Lowest point: The Fens -4 m
Climate: temperate; moderated by prevailing southwest winds over the North Atlantic Current; more than one-half of the days are overcast
Natural Resources: coal, petroleum, natural gas, iron ore, lead, zinc, gold, tin, limestone, salt, clay, chalk, gypsum, potash, silica sand, slate, arable land
Population: 61113205 (July 2009 est.)
Growth Rate: 0.279% (2009 est.)
Ethnic Groups: white (of which English 83.6%, Scottish 8.6%, Welsh 4.9%, Northern Irish 2.9%) 92.1%, black 2%, Indian 1.8%, Pakistani 1.3%, mixed 1.2%, other 1.6% (2001 census)
Religions: Christian (Anglican, Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, Methodist) 71.6%, Muslim 2.7%, Hindu 1%, other 1.6%, unspecified or none 23.1% (2001 census)
Languages: English, Welsh (about 26% of the population of Wales), Scottish form of Gaelic (about 60,000 in Scotland)
L1 System Division: a multi-layered, non-uniform and often shifting administrative subdivision. At a primary level it consists of four Country Systems, or Home Nations (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales), yet these four are not officially regarded as first-order administrative divisions. Each of the four countries has its own system of administrative and geographic demarcation, so that there is not a common coherent structure of administrative units encompassing the United Kingdom. Moreover the administrative division of this country is often subject to change. The lowest unit of administration is the civil parish.
England is a Country System consisting of nine regions of highest level subdivision, or System Rank 1. The London region, known as Greater London, is further divided into the City of London and 32 London boroughs. The other regions are made up of metropolitan counties, non-metropolitan counties and unitary authorities (UA), which represent System Rank 2. Further subdivisions are districts (Rank 3) and parishes (Rank 4).
The metropolitan counties had their councils abolished in 1972 and no longer exist in ISO-code as extant administrative subdivisions, though they are used in government statistics and remain as ceremonial counties (CC). Cerimonial counties usually mirror the traditional counties. Each ceremonial county has a Lord Lieutenant, who is the monarch’s representative. The metropolitan counties are Greater Manchester, Merseyside, South Yorkshire, Tyne and Wear, West Midlands and West Yorkshire, all typically with populations of 1.2 to 2.8 million.
The non-metropolitan counties generally have the term “shire” in their name. The number of these counties was reduced in 2009, with some of them being split (Bedfordshire, Cheshire) or becoming unitary authorities (Cornwall, County Durham, Northumberland, Shropshire and Wiltshire). As definite PTU reference we consider the current 28 counties (Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon, Dorset, East Sussex, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk, North Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Somerset, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Warwickshire, West Sussex, Worcestershire) with populations of 109000 to 1.4 million. Metropolitan counties are further divided into districts (which can be called cities, boroughs, royal boroughs, metropolitan boroughs or districts).
Unitary authorities (UA) are areas with only one council. 49 of these are coterminous with a non-metropolitan county, 48 are defined as counties with a single district council, and no county council. The Isle of Wight is technically a county with a county council and no district councils, but the effect is the same. The districts of Berkshire are unitary authorities, but are not granted county status. The Isles of Scilly are not part of Cornwall for administrative purposes, but neither do they constitute a council.
The unitary authorities effectively combine the functions of counties and districts. Below the district level (Rank 3), civil parishes exist (Rank 4), though not uniformly. Parish or town councils exist for villages and small towns; they only rarely exist for communities within urban areas. They are prevented from existing within Greater London.
England’s nine regions are included in seven PTU Regions. East England, South West England, Greater London, South East England and North West England have their own PTU Region. Two PTU Regions embody two administrative regions each, i.e. East Midlands, West Midlands (PTU D5-7), North East England and Yorkshire and the Humber (PTU D5-9).
Northern Ireland is a Country System divided into 26 districts (Rank 1), which are unitary authorities, and six traditional counties, which no longer serve any administrative purpose. Northern Ireland is embodied in PTU Region D5-12, together with the Isle of Man.
Scotland is a Country System with a uniform primary level of subdivision based on 32 council areas (unitary authorities), which represent Rank 1. Below this level of subdivision there a variety of non-uniform subdivisions. Scotland is included in two PTU Regions, encompassing Northern Scotland (PTU D5-11) and Southern Scotland (PTU D5-8). Parishes, as units of local government were abolished in 1929, though they have continued to be used for census and other purposes. Since 1975 has had bodies called community councils, yet unlike their Welsh equivalent or English parish councils they have no real powers.
Wales is a Country System consisting of 22 unitary authorities: 10 county boroughs, 9 Counties, and 3 Cities, representing Rank 1. Below these are community councils (Rank 2), which have powers similar to English parish councils. Wales has its own PTU Region (D5-3). In 1974 civil parishes were abolished and replaced by community councils, many former urban districts and municipal boroughs were continued as new parishes, large urban areas became unparished areas.
City and Town status: in the United Kingdom a city is a town which has been known as a city since ancient times, or which has received city status by letters patent, which is normally granted on the basis of size, importance or royal connection (the traditional test was whether the town had a diocesan cathedral) to gain city status. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland a town is traditionally a settlement which has received a charter of incorporation (town charter) approved by the monarch. In Scotland the equivalent is know as burgh (there are two types: royal burghs and burghs of barony). The Local Government Act 1972 allows civil parishes in England and Wales to resolve themselves to be Town Councils, which gives the chairman of such parishes the title of “town mayor”.
Type of Government: constitutional monarchy and Commonwealth realm
Natal Code: 10.4.7 (1 January 1801, 0:00, Westminster) The Act of Union came into effect.
1.5.9, Neptune Vessel, Saturn Instrument (12 April 1927, 0:00) Adoption of the current name of the State System, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Flag: blue field with the red cross of Saint George (patron saint of England) edged in white superimposed on the diagonal red cross of Saint Patrick (patron saint of Ireland), which is superimposed on the diagonal white cross of Saint Andrew (patron saint of Scotland); properly known as the Union Flag, but commonly called the Union Jack; the design and colors (especially the Blue Ensign) have been the basis for a number of other flags including other Commonwealth countries and their constituent states or provinces, and British overseas territories
Coat of Arms: the official coat of arms of the British monarch. The shield is quartered, depicting in the first and fourth quarters the three passant guardant lions of England; in the second, the rampant lion and double tressure fleury-counter-fleury of Scotland; and in the third, a harp for Ireland. The crest is a statant guardant lion wearing the imperial crown, himself on another representation of that crown. The dexter supporter is a likewise crowned English lion; the sinister, a Scottish unicorn. According to legend a free unicorn was considered a very dangerous beast; therefore the heraldic unicorn is chained, as were both supporting unicorns in the Royal coat of arms of Scotland.The coat features both the motto of English monarchs, Dieu et mon droit (God and my right), and the motto of the Order of the Garter, Honi soit qui mal y pense (Shamed be he who thinks ill of it) on a representation of the Garter behind the shield.
History: England has existed as a unified System since the 10th century; the union between England and Wales, begun in 1284 with the Statute of Rhuddlan, was not formalized until 1536 with an Act of Union. The United Kingdom was created in 1707 by the political union of the Kingdom of England (including Wales) and the Kingdom of Scotland. In 1800 the Kingdom of Ireland merged with the United Kingdom of Great Britain. England and Scotland had been in personal union since 1603, when James VI King of Scots inherited the throne of the Kingdoms of England and Ireland and moved his court from Edinburgh to London. As a result of the partition of Ireland in 1921, the formal name of the State System was changed in 197 to its current name: the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
System Keeper: Uka, 1SK
Ecclesiastical Administration: the Church of England is the established church in England, with a representation in the UK Partliament and the British monarch as her Supreme Governor. The Roman Catholic Church of England and Wales is the second largest. The presbyterian Church of Scotland (with no bishops) is the national church of Scotland, the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland the second largest and the Scottish Episcopal Church is part of the Anglican Community, with Episcopal seats and bishops. For Wales and Northern Ireland see: D5-3 and Ireland.
Church of England: in addition to England, the jurisdiction extends to the Isle of Man, Channel Islands and few parishes in Wales. The Parish is the most local level, followed by the Deanery, which consists of a number of parishes. The Archdeaconry consists of a number of deaneries. The Diocese, under the jurisdiction of a diocesan bishop. There are 44 dioceses, which consist of a number of archdeaconries. The Province (2: Canterbury and York) is an area under the jurisdiction of an archbishop, and is subdivided into dioceses. Archdeaconry, Dioceses and Provinces for the Church of England are indicated with the abbreviation CE and the related jurisdiction.
Roman Catholic Church: The Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales has 5 provinces (Birmingham, Cardiff, Liverpool, Southwark and Westminster). There are 22 dioceses which are divided into parishes. In addition to these, there are 2 dioceses covering England and Wales for specific groups which are the Bishopric of the Forces and the Apostolic Exarchate for Ukrainians. The Roman Catholic Church of Scotland has 2 archdioceses and 6 dioceses. Archdioceses, Dioceses and Provinces are indicated with the abbreviation RC and the related jurisdiction.
Scottish Episcopal Church is a member of the Anglican Community and recognises the primacy of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who does not however have any jurisdiction in Scotland. The church is governed by bishops, which differentiates it from the Church of Scotland, which is Presbyterian and with no bishops. Unlike the Church of England, the bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church are elected in a procedure involving clergy and laity of the vacant diocese voting at an Electoral synod. The church is composed of 7 dioceses, each with its own bishop. Dioceses are indicated with the abbreviation SEC and reflect the L2 division of the Vicarial Society of Edinburgh.
Level 2 System Division:
Primary Jurisdiction: Britanie Jambhe Pradesia
Corporate Authority: Britanie Nepiete Sinfaile Pralodia, or Provisional Craft of Great Britain, directed by Param Prasada Britanie Venerande Pracaria Ordas Svama, or Venerable Grand Master of Great Britain, supervised by Britanie Nepiete Sinfaile Pralodie Stajadhikara, or Grand Warden General Master of Great Britain.
Delegate Authority: High Delegacy of Northern Europe.
Secondary Jurisdictions: Britanie Jambhe Pradesia is divided in 20 Districts, while the Provisional Craft of Great Britain consists of eighteen Societies: Bristole (Bristol), Dusre (Second), Krue (Crewe), Hampshie (Hampshire), Sasixe (Sussex), Lankashire (Lancashire), Mersisaide (Merseyside), Birmige (Birmingham), Aberistve (Aberystwyth), Glasgove (Glasgow), Norije (Norwich), Aberdine (Aberdeen), Karlaile (Carlisle), Suonsie (Swansea), Linkolne (Humberside and Lincolnshire), Plime (Plymouth), Yorkshie (Yorshire), one Grand Society, Invere (Northern Scotland), one Metropolitan Society, i.e. Landone (London), and one Vicarial Society, i.e. the Embre Vikare Samaya (Edinburgh). The latter incorporates the Societies of Glagow and Aberdeen, the Supply Societies of Brechrin, St Andrews, Argyll. The Grand Society of Northern Scotland is affiliated and holds a special status in connection with the Second Society of England.
Earth Grid Overview: The Scottish Highlands D5-11-11 host UVG11, one of the two UVG Grid Points located in Continent D. As a result there are several Grid Lines moving through Area D5, including a 7-line Intersection Point 20 km off the southern coast of Cornwall D5-4-7.
Earth Grid Intersection Points:
UVG11-Loch More: (Aultanrynie, Sutherland, Highland), D5-11-11, 58° 16’ 47” N, 4° 47’ 59” W. (Society of Northern Scotland).
7IP-English Channel: 20km-St Keverne (Kerry, Cornwall), D5-4-7 TetL2, TetL7, RDoL1, RDoL2, YanL21-31, YanL37-27, OctL11-55, 49° 58’ 51” N, 4° 47’ 52” W (Society of Plymouth).
3IP-Heath Common: (Washington, Horsham, West Sussex): 10km-Worthing D5-6-11, TetL2, RDoL2, BalL11-55(1) (Society of Sussex).
2IP-Winslow (Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire): 10km-Milton Keynes, D5-6-10, BalL11-55(1), YanL37-27, 51° 56’ 15” N, 0° 55’ 04” W (Second Society of England)
2IP-Great Dunham (Breckland, Norfolk) 4km-Castle Acre (King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, Norfolk) D5-1-2 BalL Ba1L55(1), YinL41-16, 52° 41’ 38” N, 0° 45’ 05” W (Society of Norwich)
2IP-Callas (Cork, Ireland) D5-2-6 BalL11-55, YanL21-31, 51° 56’ 14” N, 8° 40’ 54” W (Society of Cork)
Earth Grid Lines:
UvgL, OctL43-24-18, (UVG 61 North Pole – UVG11 LochMore), Kyle of Durness, Callanish.
Tet10, RDoL3, moves through Bettyhill, UVG11, Ardvreck Castle, Cnoc Breac, the northern Isles of Skye and Wiay. 11-11)
UvgL55-11, OctL55-11, IcoL, (UVG2 Kiev – UVG11 LochMore – UVG10 NorthAtlantic): Loch Tulla, The Cobbler, Gourock,
Uvg/Oct/IcolL11-55, UVG11 Loch More – UVG20 Tahat, Dunbeath, Altnaharra, Loch Badenloch, Culzean Castle, Mull of Galloway, Calf of Man, South Stack, Bardsey Island, Pentre Ifan, Nevern (Pembrokeshire), Llawhaden, Manorbier.
TetL8, RDoL8, Archfary, UVG11, Dornoch, Findhorn, Forres, Kildrummy Castle, Drumlithie, Little John’s Haven, and then into Europe passing through Jesi.
TetL7 Boskednan stone circle, Marazion, Carleen, Helston, St Keverne and also western Guernsey and the northern coast of Jersey.
TetL2 runs through the whole southern coast of England through Eddystone, Salcombe, Corfe Castle, Swanage, Hurst Castle, the northern coast of the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth, Chicester, Arundel, Worthing, Canterbury.
BalL11-55(1) Kiesgag, UVG11, Inverness, Clava Cairns, Ben Vrackie, Pitlochry, Loch Leven, Loch Ore, Lochgelly, Inchmickery, Edinburgh, Rosslyn Chapel, Bew Castle, the Pennine range, Brough, Nine Standards Rigg, Skipton, Huddersfield, Arbor Low, Derby, Silverstone circuit, Buckingham, Winslow, High Wycombe, Windsor, Ascot racecourse, Worthing.
BaL1-46(4) runs through the Highland via Fanagmore, Ben Stack, Achfary, UVG11 and Dunrobin Castle.
BalL11-55(2) runs through Benbecula (Outer Hebrides), Summer Isles, Quinag, Ardvreck Castle, Ben Loyal, Melvich and the southern Orkney Islands (South Walls, Flotta, Burray).
BalL11-55(3) Loch Eriboll, UVG11, Fuar Tholl, Eilean Donan, Glenmore Bay, the Inner Hebrides, Portnahaven and western Northern Ireland (Limavady, Feeny).
YanL33-23, YanL25-35, and YinL49-14 in the northern Highland.
YanL37-27 through Cromer, Ely, Bedford, Milton Keynes, Oxford, Silbury Hill, Glastonbury, Cadbury Castle (Somerset), Uffington White Horse, Swindon, Avebury, West Kennet Long Barrow (Wiltshire), Exeter, Plymouth.
YinL41-16: UVG11-UVG41, Am Buachaille, Invergordon, Clava Cairns, Fort George, Cawdor Castle, Braemar, Balmoral, Kirriemuir, Isle of May, Berwick u.Tweed, Lindisfarne, Alnwick, Skinningrove, Hole of Horcum, Driffield, Hedon, Skegness, Seahenge, King’s Lynn, Ipswich.
Handorian States Reference:
PTU Area D5, or Area of Harmet, corresponds to the Metrolopolitan State of Hartem and the Realm of Metrah in the Handorian States System/Higher Earth and in the Rodnah Ierarkordo/Lower Earth’s level of unary division respectively.
Hartem, together with the Handorian Central Domain, is basically the Sacred Heart and the Capital of the Handorian States System. The Hartem Capital Area (Hartem City) is pierced by the slender quoin of the Handorian Central Domain, which culminates in The Treka, the paramount structure of the Handorian General States Upper House, and the vigour of the Handorian Defence Major Command Foundation. The Hartem Place dominates Hartem City, together with the Handorian Temple, the Island of Karpah and the colossal Twelve State Wards plus the Handorian Ward. The capital is actively touched by the waters of the Western Kirway Sea, flowing into the Hartem City Basin through the Kurtavindah, the enormous capital tutelary barrier.
Hartem is divided according to a metropolitan application of the classic Handorian administrative system, which consists of the Hartem Capital Area (Hartem City) and 12 Metropolitan Nations. Below the metropolitan national level, Hartem has an administrative system based on Metropolitan Provinces (144), Districts (1728) and Quarters (20736).
PTU D5 Binary and Ternary Tables
The tables below provide the geopolitical content of each PTU Region of PTU Area D5, with references to the regions of the United Kingdom, their ceremonial counties, metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties and unitary authorities (UA) in the second column. Unitary authorities which are not ceremonial counties are written in italics and usually followed by “IA”. Unitary authorities which are ceremonial counties are written in bold and followed by “IA/CC”. Ceremonial counties which are not metropolitan or non-metropolitan counties are followed by “CC”. The Republic of Ireland is covered by PTU Region D5-2.
When it is applicable or available the tables provide the ISO-code (first column), the area in km² (third column), the estimated population in the fourth column, the 2009 estimated amount of Sacred Cone Inceptions (SCI) in the fourth column and of Sacred Power Sites (SPS) in the fifth column, the Provisional Order (ProvO) Secondary Jurisdiction (sixth column), the capital or administrative HQ (seventh column). The final row includes the totals for each PTU Region, the PTU Region Capital and, when applicable, the Provisional Order emanation point.
Details about the PTU Provinces of each PTU Region are also given, with the indication of the ternary code in bold red fonts and the main related L1 System Division (the counties or unitary authorities for England, the districts for Northern Ireland, the unitary authorities for Scotland and Wales, the provinces and counties for Ireland) in bold black fonts, followed by the Admin HQ, or 1SK HQ in italics and the ISO-code. Also information on lower L1 System Divisions is provided, such as districts or metropolitan boroughs is given followed by a comma and the Admin HQ, or 1SK HQ in italics. There is no reference to Admin HQ when it has the same name of its L1 System Division.
In most cases, the following details are given for each L1 System Division, after its name.
Admin HQ, or 1SK HQ in italics and indigo. All such Admin HQ possess or constitute themselves a Selected Power Site regardless of whether indications of sites are given in square brackets or not.
Towns, which are not Administrative HQ, are given in bold size 10, in indigo (if related with Power Sites) or in black (in all other cases). Parishes or villages are given in normal size 10. Cities or towns with a cathedral are in bold indigo fonts size 11 (in italics when the city is also an administrative HQ)
Information in square brackets may be given after the name of a city, town or parish, or on its own when the related information does not apply to them:
Earth Grid Interception Points, within square brackets and fonts in dark red
Selected Power Sites, within square brackets and fonts in indigo.
Sacred Cone Sites (SCS), within square brackets and fonts in dark red, preceded by the abbreviation SCS or SCS/G if also a Sacred Cone Gem is present. Selected Power Sites and Sacred Cone Sites are provided with the indication of their basic category (1st: 1st Stage Sites, 2nd: 2nd Stage Sites, 3rd: 3rd Stage Sites). References to the nature, typology, time of creation, range, potency, latitude and longitude, nearby Earth Grid Interceptions and Lines, or other significant places (preceded by distance in km) are at times given.
All cities are de facto 1st Selected Power Sites and their status is given with the term “City” within square brackets following the name of the city itself (which is always in bold indigo fonts with size 11, in italics, when the city involved is also an administrative HQ, or normal in all other cases. Cities which have held such status since time immemorial are indicated with TI, while for others cities the year of grant may be indicated. If the status of a city is related to the presence of a cathedral its reference is given.
All archdioceses, dioceses and provinces are de facto 1st Selected Power Sites and their town or city of reference is in bold indigo fonts with size 11, in italics, when the city involved is also an administrative HQ, or normal in all other cases, followed by the indication of the name of the Cathedral and the denomination of the diocese or archdiocese. In some cases lower hierarchies are given, such as Archdeaconries. The following abbreviations are used to indicate denominations:
CE – Church on England; CI – Church of Ireland; CS – Church of Scotland; CW – Church in Wales
RC – Roman Catholic; SEC – Scottish Episcopal Church
PTU Area D5 consists of the following PTU Regions:
D5-1 Eastern England
D5-4 South West England, Channel Islands
D5-6 South East England
D5-7 East and West Midlands
D5-8 Scottish Lowland
D5-9 North East England, Yorkshire and the Humber
D5-10 North West England
D5-11 Scottish Highland
D5-12 Northern Ireland, Isle of Man
Realm of Hartakirwa –
Awrikatrah fo Mlaer –
|–||Bedford UA D5-1-10||476||155700||Norije||Bedfordshire|
|–||Central Bedfordshire UA D5-1-10||716||255000||Norije||Bedfordshire|
|GB-LUT||Luton UA D5-1-9||43||203800||1||Norije||Bedfordshire|
|GB-CAM||Cambridgeshire NM/CC D5-1-11||3389||769100||6||13||Norije||Cambridge|
|GB-ESS||Essex NM/CC D5-1-7||3670||1688400||4||18||Norije||Chelmsford|
|GB-THR||Thurrock UA D5-1-5||163||150000||Norije||Essex|
Location: East England, bordered by the North Sea.
Area: 19120 km²
Terrain: mostly low-lying. The southern part lies in the London commuter belt.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: near the hill of Ivinghoe Beacon (Buckinghamshire), 249 m
Duad Degree: 20-22½° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Aries/Mars
Stargate Link: 20°Leo52’: Epsilon Leoni, Algenubi, ,Leo
L1 System Division: Region D5-1 consists of one government office region (East of England), which is one of the nine official regions of the Country System of England. Government HQ is in Cambridge. This is a Rank 1 System with low status since the regions in England are mainly used for statistical purposes. East England is divided into six ceremonial counties (see below) and six unitary authorities (Rank 2), each with its own PTU Province.
Bedfordshire: ceremonial county, divided into three unitary authorities (the boroughs of Bedfrod and Luton, and the district of Central Bedfordshire). Bedfordshire County Council was abolished on 1 April 2009, although the three districts still form a county for ceremonial functions.
Cambridgeshire: ceremonial county, into 5 local government districts, and one unitary authorities (Peterborough)
Essex: ceremonial county, divided into 12 local government districts, and two unitary authorities (Thurrock, Southend-on-Sea).
Hetfordshire: ceremonial county, divided into 10 local government districts
Norfolk: ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 7 local government districts.
Suffolk: ceremonial county, divided into 7 local government districts.
Power Sites: It has the earliest evidence of human occupation in Area D5 and some of the best preserved prehistoric sites dating back to 700000 BC. 2ns stage sites abound in the region, which experienced most severe outbreaks of plague and battles. Our Lady of Walsingham, the cathedral of Norwich (and the city itself) and Ely are major Sacred Cone Sites.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: 2IP: Great Dunham (Breckland, Norfolk) 4km-Castle Acre (King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, Norfolk) D5-1-2 BalL Ba1L55(1), YinL41-16, 52° 41’ 38” N, 0° 45’ 05” W
Earth Grid Lines: BalL11-55, YanL37-27, YinL41-16
Sacred Cone Sites: D51-1-1 Happisburgh Lighthouse; Norwich; D51-1-1 Ely
Sacred Cone Gems: –
D5-1-1 NORFOLK, GB-NFK: Norwich
Broadland: Thorpe St Andrew
Great Yarmouth: Great Yarmouth
North Norfolk: Cromer; Happisburgh [2nd: SCS Lighthouse, pR, 52° 49′ 10.2″ N, 1° 32′ 19.2″ E]; Raynham [2nd: Raynham Hall, 5km-YinL41-16]; Walsingham [1st: Our Lady of Walsingham, pA, CE shrine, 1152, 52° 53′ 37.86″ N, 0° 52′ 24.85″ E]
Norwich: Norwich [1st: County town, City TI, Norwich Cathedral (of Holy and Undivided Trinity), CE Diocese of Norwich; Cathedral of St John the Baptist, RC Diocese of Norwich; SCS, pR, sacred city; 2nd: ProvO Mandir, Society of Norwich] [Julian of Norwich b]
D5-1-2 NORFOLK, GB-NFK
Breckland: East Dereham [12km-2IP:Great Dunham]; Brandon [2nd: Grimes Graves, pR, Flint mine, 3300 BC, 52° 28′ 33.06″ N, 0° 40′ 31.48″ E]; Cockley Cley [1st: pP, Iceni campi]; Swaffham [2IP: Great Dunham: BalL Ba1L55(1) – YinL41-16, 52° 41’ 38” N, 0° 45’ 05” W]
King’s Lynn and West Norfolk: King’s Lynn [S12] [1st: CE Archdeaconry] [Margery Kempe b]; Castle Acre [1st: Castle Acre, 4km-2IP:Great Dunham]; Castle Rising [2nd: Castle Rising Castle, pR, Norman, 1100CE, 11km-YinL41-16]; Holme-next-the-Sea [1st: Seahenge, pR, timber circle, 2000BC, 2km-YinL41-16]; Sandringham [George VI b] [1st: Sandringham House, Royal Family House, 7km-YinL41-16]
South Norfolk: Long Stratton
D5-1-3 SUFFOLK, GB-SFK: Ipswich
Ipswich: Ipswich [1st: County town, on-YinL41-16, CE Archdeaconry; Willis Building, pP] [Cardinal Wolsey b]
Suffolk Coastal: Woodbridge [3km-YinL41-16] [2nd: Sutton Hoo, ship burial; Rendlesham Forest, incident, 1980] [Brian Eno b]; Waldringfield [2km-YinL41-16] [5.11.11RM]
D5-1-4 SUFFOLK, GB-SFK
Mid Suffolk: Needham Market [9km-YinL41-16]
Babergh: Hadleigh; Bildeston [2nd: Crown Hotel, pD, inn]; Sudbury [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
St Edmundsbury: Bury St Edmunds [1st: St Edmunds Cathedral, CE Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, pR; 2nd: pD, ruins]
Forest Heath: Mildenhall
D5-1-5 ESSEX, Thurrock, GB-THR: Grays
Grays [2nd State Cinema, pR]
D5-1-6 ESSEX, Southend-on-Sea, GB-SOS: Southend-on-Sea
Southend-on-Sea [1st: CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: SCS Southend Pier, pR(incl.D5-5)]
D5-1-7 ESSEX, GB-ESS: Chelmsford
Basildon: Basildon; Billericay [10.10.8SF]
Braintree: Braintree [2nd: Borley Rectory, pD, mansion]
Brentwood: Brentwood [1st: Brentwood Cathedral (of St Mary and St Helen), RC Diocese of Brentwood, pR]; Kelvedon Hatch [2nd: Secret Nuclear Bunker]
Castle Point: Thundersley
Chelmsford: Chelmsford [5.10.5JW] [1st: County Town, Chelmsford Cathedral, CE Diocese of Chelmsford, pR]
Colchester: Colchester [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Epping Forest: Epping [2nd: Epping Forest]
Harlow: Harlow [1st: CE Archdeaconry] [Charles Radclyffe b]
Maldon: Maldon [2nd: Battle of Maldon, pP, 51° 42′ 55″ N, 0° 42′ 3″ E]
Uttlesford: Saffron Walden [1st: Audley End, country house, 1603]
D5-1-8 HERTFORDSHIRE, GB-HRT: Hertford
Dacorum: Hemel Hempstead
East Hertfordshire: Bishop’s Stortford [Cecil Rhodes b]; Hertford [1st: County town, CE Archdeaconry]
North Hertfordshire: Letchworth [2nd: Royston Cave, pR, Templar cave, 1100]
St Albans: St Albans [1st: City 1877, St Albans Cathedral, CE Diocese of St Albans, pR, Abbey, 800CE, 51° 45′ 2″ N, 0° 20′ 32″ W]
Three Rivers: Rickmansworth
Welwyn Hatfield: Welwyn Garden City [5.9.3PM]
D5-1-9 BEDFORDSHIRE, Luton, GB-LUT: Luton
Luton [1st: Wardown Park, pR, carnival]
D5-1-10 BEDFORDSHIRE, GB-BDF: Bedford
Bedford: Bedford [1st: County town, on-YanL37-27; Bedford Park, pP; CE Archdeaconry] Elstow, Eastcotts [John Bunyam b]
Central Bedfordshire: Chicksands
D5-1-11 CAMBRIDGESHIRE, GB-CAM: Cambridge
Cambridge: Cambridge [1st: County town, City, 1951; CE Archdeaconry; Faculty of Law, pR; 2nd: Cambridge University, pA, S9] [12.1.8DJ]
East Cambridgeshire: Ely [1st: City TI, 6km-YanL37-27, SCS Ely Cathedral (of the Holy and Undivided Trinity), CE Diocese of Ely, pA; Green Man, 1063, 52° 23′ 55″ N, 0° 15′ 51″ E; Hartkir Portal] [7.11.11SG]; Isleham [2nd: Isleham Hoard, pR, weapons, 1000BC, 52° 20′ 34.8″ N, 0° 24′ 39.6″ E]
Huntingdonshire: Huntingdon [4km-YanL37-27] [Oliver Cromwell b]; Little Gidding [1st: St John’s Church, community] [Nicholas Ferrar r]
South Cambridgeshire: Cambourne
Peterborough, GB-PTE: Peterborough
Peterborough [1st: City 1541, Peterborough Cathedral, CE Diocese of Peterborough, pR; 2nd Longthorpe Tower, pP, 1310] [Sir Henry Royce b]
Level 2 System Division: Region
D5-1 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is within the Secondary Jurisdiction of the Norige Bhime Distria, operated by the Norige Kirte Samaya (Society of Norwich). In previous times Cambridgeshire was under the Plime Bhime Distria and Southend on Sea under the Landone Asmake Bhime Metropolia. This Region is the unendorsed residence of the Vicar of Kirway.
Hartrik Portal: H5-1 Kirwood, East Kirwood 11
Hartkir Portal: D5-1-11/1-1-1 Ely East
Handorian States Reference:
Realm of Hartakirwa – 5.1:
Hartakirwa is a Hartemian southern emanation of the peninsula of Kirway. Besides being a major seaside vacation resort, Hartakirwa represents one of the main defensive zones of the Capital. Hartakirwa beings are very valuable whenever you need to raise power and courage in order to confront issues related with your deep authentic Intent.
Republic of Ireland
Realm of Hardo – Odrah fo Maer –
Location: Western Europe, occupying five-sixths of the island of Ireland in the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Great Britain
Geographical Centre: 53° 00’N, 8° 00’W
Area: 70273 sq km
Terrain: mostly level to rolling interior plain surrounded by rugged hills and low mountains; sea cliffs on west coast
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Carrauntoohil 1041 m
Duad Degree: 22½-25° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Aries/Mars
Stargate Link: 24°Leo24°: Omicron Leonis, Subra, Leo
L1 System Division: Region D5-2 consists of one State System (Republic of Ireland). The Republic of Ireland consists of 34 “county-level” counties and cities (Rank 1). Ireland is also divided into four traditional provinces, with no current legal status, yet often used in various contexts. These four provinces are used in the tables above and below, bearing in mind that Ulster here excludes Northern Ireland. These four provinces are used in the PTU tables, bearing in mind that Ulster here excludes Northern Ireland. Ireland is further divided into boroughs and towns (Rank 2).
Power Sites: Many sites are closely linked with major multidimensional events and the activity of Lower Earth, with which the inhabitants of Ireland, and those who have related ancestral connections, have a special link. Various sites are also related with the emergence of the Tuatha Dé Danann, who landed in Ireland on Beltane (1 May) at Sliabh an Iarainn (The Iron Mountains) in Co. Leitrim D5-2-8
Earth Grid Intersection Points: 2IP-Callas (Cork, Ireland) D5-2-6 BalL11-55, YanL21-31, 51° 56’ 14” N, 8° 40’ 54” W
Earth Grid Lines: YinL49-14, YanL21-31
Sacred Cone Sites: D5-2-4 Clonmacmoise; D5-2-12 Hill of Tara
Sacred Cone Gems: D5-2-4 Clonmacmoise
D5-2-1 LEINSTER, Carlow, Kildare, Wicklow
Carlow: Carlow [1st: Carlow Cathedral, RC Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin]
Kildare: Kildare [1st: St Brigid’s Cathedral, 500, CI Diocese of Meath and Kildare, 53° 9′ 31″ N, 6° 55′ 2″ W]
Wicklow: Wicklow [1st: Glendalough, Monastic, St Kevin, 500, 53° 0′ 37″ N, 6° 19′ 39″ W]
D5-2-2 LEINSTER, Dublin
Dublin: Dublin [S2] [1st: Christ Church Cathedral, CI Archdiocese of Dublin, pR; St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, RC Province of Dublin, seat Primate of Ireland, pA; St Patrick’s Cathedral, Protestant, Well, 1192, pR, 53° 20′ 22″ N, 6° 16′ 17″ W; 2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Dublin] [Bernard Shaw b]
Sandymount [William Butler Yeats b]
D5-2-3 LEINSTER, Kilkenny, Wexford
Kilkenny: Kilkenny [4.1.5TE] [1st: St Mary’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Ossory, pP]
Wexford: Wexford; Enniscorthy [1st: Enniscorthy Cathedral, RC Diocese of Fern, pP]
D5-2-4 LEINSTER, Laois, Offaly, Westmeath
Offaly: Tullamore; [1st: SCS/G Clonmacnoise, Monastic, St Ciaran, 500, 53° 19′ 26″ N, 7° 59′ 28″ W; Hardhu Portal]
D5-2-5 MUNSTER, Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford
Limerick: Limerick [1st: St John’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Limerick, pP]; Bruff [1st: Lough Gur, 2000BC, 52° 30′ 58.97″ N, 8° 31′ 59.8″ W]
Tipperary: Tipperary; Cashel [1st: Rock of Cashel Cathedral, ruins, Munster kings, 1100CE, 52° 31′ 12″ N, 7° 53′ 24″ W; RC Province of Cashel and Emly]
Waterford: Waterford [1st: Most Holy Trinity Cathedral, RC Diocese of Waterford and Lismore]
[Robert Boyle b]
D5-2-6 MUNSTER, Cork, Clare, Kerry
Cork: Cork [1st: 3km-YanL21-31; St Mary and St Anne’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Cork and Ross; 2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Cork]; Cobh [1st: 9km-YanL21-31, St Colman’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Cloyne]; Drumbeg [1st: Drumbeg, Stone circle, 1400BC]; [2IP: Callas BalL11-55, YanL21-31, 51° 56’ 14” N, 8° 40’ 54” W]
Clare: Ennis [1st: St Peter and St Paul Cathedral, RC Diocese of Killaloe]; Fanore [1st: The Burren]
D5-2-7 CONNACHT, Galway, Mayo
Galway: Galway [1st: Galway Cathedral, RC Diocese of Galway]; Loughrea [1st: Cathedral, RC Diocese of Clonfert]; Tuam [1st: Tuam Cathedral, RC Province of Tuam]
Mayo: Castlebar [2km-YinL49-14]; Knock [1st: Knock Shrine, RC Shrine, Virgin Mary Apparition, 1879, 53° 46′ 59.88″ N, 8° 55′ 0.01″ W]; Ballina [1st: St Muredach’s Cathedral, RC Diocese]
D5-2-8 CONNACHT, Leitrim, Roscommon, Sligo
Leitrim: Carrick-on-Shannon; Drumshambo [1st: Sliabh an Iarainn, or Slieve Anierin, mountain, Tuatha Dé Danann landing]
Roscommon: Roscommon; Ballaghaderren [1st: Cathedral, RC Diocese of Achonry]; Tulsk [2nd: Rathcroghan]
Sligo: Sligo [1st: Sligo Cathedral, RC Diocese of Elphin; 2nd: Crevykeel, Cairn, 4000BC; Knocknarea; Keshcorran]
D5-2-9 LEINSTER, Longford
Longford: Longford [1st: 4km-BalL11-55, St Mel’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise]
D5-2-10 ULSTER, Donegal
Donegal: Lifford; Gartan [St Columba b]; Letterkenny [1st: St Eunan’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Raphoe]; Raphoe [1st: Beltany stone circle]
D5-2-11 ULSTER, Cavan, Monaghan
Cavan: Cavan [1st: Cavan Cathedral, RC Diocese of Kilmore]; Bailieborough [1st: Crom Cruach, 12 stones]
Monaghan: Monaghan [1st: St Macartan’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Clogher]
D5-2-12 LEINSTER, Louth, Meath, Westmeath
Louth: Dundalk [1st: St Patrick’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Dundalk]
Meath: Navan [1st: SCS Hill of Tara, Irish Kings, Stone of Destiny, portal 3400BC, 53° 34′ 39″ N, 6° 36′ 43″ W; St Columba’s House, 814CE]; Athboy [1st:: Hill of Ward]; Donore [2nd: Knowth, Passage graves, 3000 BC; Loughcrew, Passage grave, 3000BC, 53° 46′ 10″ N, 7° 6′ 11″ W; Newgrange, Burial mound, 3000BC, 53° 41′ 39.73″ N, 6° 28′ 30.11″ W]
Westmeath: Mullingar [1st: Christ the King Cathedral, RC Diocese of Meath]
L2 System Division: Region D5-2 is part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Irlanie Upradesia, and comprises the Secondary Jurisdictions of the Dabline Bhime Distria, the Korke Bhime Distria and the Uttarirlanie Bhime Distria, operated by the Dabline Samaya (Society of Dublin), the Korke Samaya (Society of Cork) and the Uttarirlanie Samaya (Society of Northern Ireland).
Primary Jurisdiction: Irlanie Upradesia (encompassing Northern Ireland and the republic of Ireland)
Corporate Authority: Irlanie Sinfaile Lodia (United Craft of Ireland), Viri Exele Irlanie Venerande Acaria Prasada
Delegate Authority: High Delegacy of Northern Europe
Secondary Jurisdictions: three societies: Dabline (Dublin), Uttarirlanie (Northern Ireland), Korke (Cork).
Haruhd Portal: H5-2, West Hardhu, Dhuam.
Hardhu Portal: D5-2-4/2-2-2, Offaly, Clonmacnoise
Handorian States Reference:
Realm of Hardo – 5.2:
This metropolitan nation and is homonymous hero are celebrated for their mind-blowing building capacities. The whole Hartemian capital district of Hartem City and the Handorian Quoin were designed and erected primarily by Hardo folks. These colossal structures constitute a climax in whatever can be humanly conceived in terms of manifestation. Hence, I invite you to liberate your fantasy and imagine the most outstanding and majestic building environment you can envisage. Firmly picture it in your mind, find a way to give it a shape that you can remember. Allow it to be a centre of generous unconditional power and love. Let it be a living reality in your life, as it is for me and the Hardo folks. Handor is not a personal invention. It is the apex of all human highest desires and passions. It is what truly animates every single aspect of daily life. It is irrelevant the way you call it. It is crucial the way you experience it.
Realm of Clipperup, Pureppilc fo Mlaer,
|Code||Subdivision name||Km2||Popul.||SCI||SPS||ProvO||Reg./Co/Admin HQ|
|GB-AGY||Isle of Anglesey 5-3-8||714||69000||1||2||Aberistve||Llangefni|
|GB-MTY||Merthyr Tydfil 5-3-2||111||55600||2||Suonsie||–|
|GB-NTL||Neath Port Talbot 5-3-5||442||137400||1||Suonsie||Port Talbot|
|GB-POW||Powys 5-3-9||5196||132000||1||2||Aberistve||Llandrindod Wells|
|GB-RCT||Rhondda, Cynon, Taff 5-3-2||424||233700||1||Aberistve||Clydach Vale|
|GB-VGL||Vale of Glamorgan 5-3-1||335||124000||1||2||Suonsie||Barry|
Location: on a peninsula in central-west Great Britain.
Area: 20779 sq km
Terrain: mainly mountainous, especially in the north and central area.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Snowdon, 1085 m (Gwynedd)
Duad Degree: 25-27½° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Aries/Mars
Stargate Link: 27°Leo26’:Alpha Hydrae, Alphard, Hydra.
L1 System Division: Region D5-3 consists of one constituent country (Wales) of the United Kingdom. This is a Country System, consisting of 22 unitary authorities: 10 county boroughs, 9 Counties, and 3 Cities.
Ecclesiastical Administration: The Church in Wales is disestablished and a member of the Anglican Communion, and consists of 6 dioceses. It recognizes the primacy of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who however has not formal authority in Wales, except for a few border parishes remaining in the Church of England.
Power Sites: Region D5-3 is in itself a Power Site, with a wide and balanced variety of congruent, tampered and corrupted Power Sites. Most places beginning with the term “Llan” hold some kind of Power Site reference. Province 5-3-7 contains one of the main major multidimensional passageways in Continent D.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: UvgL, OctL43-24-18 (UVG 61 North Pole – UVG11 LochMore)
Sacred Cone Portal: D5-3-7
Sacred Cone Sites: D5-3-7
Sacred Cone Gems: –
5-3-1 CARDIFF, VALE OF GLAMORGAN
Cardiff: Cardiff [S3] [1st: Capital, City 1905, Metropolitan Cathedral of St David, RC Province of Cardiff; 2nd: Roald Dahl Plass, Torchwood, Dr Who; Cathays Cemetery]; Llandaff [1st: Llandaff Cathedral, CW Diocese of Llandaff]
Vale of Glamorgan, Barry; St Athan [2nd: MOD St Athan]
5-3-2 BLAENAU GWENT, CAERPHILLY, MERTHYR TYDFIL, RHONDDA CYNON TAF, TORFAEN
Blaenau Gwent: Ebbw Vale
Merthyr Tydfil: Merthyr Tydfil; Aberfan [2nd: Aberfan disaster, 1966]
Rhondda Cynon Taf: Clydach Vale
5-3-3 MONMOUTHSHIRE, NEWPORT
Cwmbran; Bryngwyn [1st: stone circle]; Caerwent [1st: Gray Hill stone circle]
Newport: Newport [1st: City 2002, Newport Cathedral (St Woolos), CW Diocese of Monmouth; Carreg Coetan Arthur, dolmen, 3000BC]
Pembrokeshire: Haverfordwest [4km-Uvg/Oct/IcolL11-55; 2nd: Roch Castle, 1100]; Bosherston [1st: St Govan’s Chapel, 500CE]; Broad Heaven [2nd: incident]; Caldey Island; Llawhaden [1st: stone circle]; Moylgrove [1st: Ceibwr Bay]; Nevern [1st: on-Uvg/Oct/IcolL11-55, Nevern Church, Vitalianus stone, 500, Nevern Cross; Pentre Ifan, megalith, 4000BC, 2km-UvgL/OctL(IcoL 11-55]; St Davids [1st: City 1994, St David’s Cathedral, CW Diocese of St David, 530CE, 51° 52′ 55″ N, 5° 16′ 4″ W; Gors Fawr, Stone circle, 3000BC];
5-3-5 BRIDGEND, NEATH – PORT TALBOT
Neath – Port Talbot: Port Talbot [2nd: Margam Abbey, 1147]
Gwynedd: Caernarfon, Bangor [1st: City TI, Bangor Cathedral (St Deniol), CW Diocese of Bangor]; Bardsey Island [1st: on-Uvg/Oct/IcolL11-55, Monastic, 52° 45′ 39.85″ N, 4° 47′ 4.88″ W]; Beddgelert [1st: Dinas Emrys, Fort of High Powers, Merlin, dragons, 100CE, 53° 1′ 20″ N, 4° 4′ 43″ W]; [Snowdon, D5-3 highest point, 1085 m; 2nd: Bala Lake]
Swansea: Swansea [1st: City 1969, Swansea Cathedral (St Joseph), RC Diocese of Menevia; 2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Swansea; SCS Cliprep Portal] [Dylan Thomas b]; [1st: Gower Arthur’s Stone; 2nd: Rhossili Bay; SCS Portal]
5-3-8 ISLE OF ANGLESEY
Isle of Anglesey: Llangefni; Llanddaniel Fab [2nd: Bryn Celli Ddu, Mound, 2000BC, 53° 12′ 28.33″ N, 4° 14′ 7.8″ W]
Powys: Powys [1st: The Fish Stone, Standing stone]; Brecon [1st: Brecon Cathedral, CW Diocese of Swansea and Brecon]
Caermarthenshire: Llanelli; Cilymaenllwyd [1st: Meini Gwyn, Glandy Cross, stone circle]
Ceredigion: Aberaeron; Aberystwyth [2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Aberystwyth]; Mwnt [1st: Church of the Holy Cross]; St Dogmaels [1st: St Dogmaels Abbey, ruins, pR, 1115]; Llangranog [1st: Cwmtydu Beach]
5-3-12 CONWY, DENBIGHSHIRE, FLINTSHIRE, WREXHAM
Conwy: Conwy, Colwyn Bay [5.6.9NJ]
Denbighshire: Ruthin, St Asaph [1st: St Asaph Cathedral, CW Diocese of St Asaph]; Llangollen [1st: stone circle]
Flintshire: Mold; Cilcain [1st: stone circle]
Wrexham: Wrexham [1st: Wrexham Cathedral, RC Diocese of Wrexham]; Holywell [1st: St Winifred’s Well, Holy well, 7th CE, 53° 16′ 37.56″ N, 3° 13′ 24.96″ W]
Level 2 System Division: Region D5-3 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and comprises the Secondary Jurisdiction of the Aberistve Bhime Distria and the Suonsie Bhime Distria, operated by the Aberistve Kirte Samaya (Society of Aberystwyth) and the Suonsie Kirte Samaya (Society of Swansea) respectively.
Cliprep Portal: H5-3, Harup City, Handor Defense Bank
Clipper Portal: D5-3-7, Swansea
Handorian States Reference:
Realm of Clipperup – 5.3:
Clipperup is one of the busiest commercial centres in the Handorian States System and a major communication zone linked by a network of roads and transports arteries, notably the Handorian Highway System, which connects all the State capitals. It is the main Hartemian multi-dimensional commercial, trading and information centre, containing the headquarters of many major corporations, publishing houses and news networks, such as The Handorian. The mercantile district of Harup City, centred on Harup and Low Clipper streets, includes the Handorian States Market, the United Handor Trading Bank and the Hartemian Press Centre, as well as other prominent commercial, brokerage, and marketing institutions. Clipper is particularly noted for its many retail outlets, including huge department stores and specialized shops. Harup, whose epic may be related on another occasion, is Clipper’s national hero and the Handorian majestic champion in multidimensional marketing. It is ideal to connect with Harup and the Nation of Clipperup when you wish to be exalted and treasured in your communication and trading enterprises, in what you offer to the world and also in what you ask for. Whatsoever is blessed by Harup, receives utmost promotion and escalates in value. Hence, pause a sec and see if you are open to be appreciated and honoured about the gifts you bring into this world. These gifts may be something you are aware of or even something you do not have a clue of. Whatever the case, check within if you truly intend to be acknowledged for your true authentic qualities, no matter what they are, and generously bestow them to the world. If the answer is a full yes, then you are entitled to address Harup and receive his-her blessing. The major principle that characterizes Harup is that of trading exchange. Therefore, since Harup generates the best marketing conditions, it is inevitable that by dispensing your finest gifts you will also receive the best gifts
South West England
Realm of Hartford, Droftrah fo Mlaer,
|Code||Subdivision name||Km2||Popul.||SCI||SPS||ProvO||Reg./Co./Admin HQ|
|GB-DOR||Dorset NM/CC D5-4-5||2653||708100||5||16||Plime||Dorchester|
|GB-BMH||Bournemouth UA D5-4-5||46.1||163200||Plime||Dorset|
|GB-POL||Poole UA D5-4-5||–||139288||Plime||Dorset|
|GB-BST||Bristol UA/CC D5-4-2||110||416400||9||9||Bristole||Bristol|
|GB-CON||Cornwall UA/CC D5-4-7||3563||531600||2||25||Plime||Truro|
|GB-IOS||Isles of Scilly UA D5-4-8||16.3||2153||Plime||Cornwall|
|GB-DEV||Devon NM/CC D5-4-6||6707||1135000||10||24||Plime||Exeter|
|GB-PLY||Plymouth UA D5-4-6||79.2||250700||Plime||Devon|
|GB-TOB||Torbay UA D5-4-6||62.8||134200||Plime||Devon|
|GB-SGC||South Gloucesters UA||497||256500||Bristole||Thornbury|
|GB-SOM||Somerset NM/CC D5-4-4||4171||905700||4||16||Bristole||Taunton|
|GB-BAS||Bath & North East Somerset UA D5-4-3||351||178300||Bristole||Bath|
|GB-NSM||North Somerset UAD5-4-3||374||204700||Bristole||Weston-super-Mare|
|GB-WIL||Wiltshire UA/CC D5-4-9||3255||452500||6||19||Dusre||Trowbridge|
|GB-SWD||Swindon UA D5-4-10||230||189500||Dusre||Wiltshire|
|GG||Guernsey D5-4-12||78||65573||1||Plime||Saint Peter Port|
Location: South West England, occupying a peninsula bordered by the English Channel and the Atlantic Ocean.
Area: 24023 sq km
Terrain: wide, flat clay vales and chalk and limestone downland in the east. Rocky coastline and high moorland in Corwall and West Devon.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: High Willhays, 621 m (Devon)
Duad Degree: 27½-30° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Aries-Mars
Stargate Link: 27°Leo43’: Zeta Leonis, Aldaphera; 28°Leo4’: Eta Leonis, Al Jabha; 29°Leo46’: Gamma Leonis, Algeba; 29°Leo59’: Alpha Leonis, or Regulus, Lion’s Heart, Leo.
L1 System Division: Region D5-4 consists of one government office region (South-West England), which is one of the nine official regions of the Country System of England (a Rank 1 System with low status since the regions in England are mainly used for statistical purposes). Government HQ are in Bristol and Plymouth. The Region also includes the British Crown dependencies of Guernsey and Jersey, which are also at Rank 1. South-West England is divided into seven ceremonial counties (see below), each with its own PTU Province, and nine unitary authorities.
Bristol: unitary authority and it has been a city with county status since medieval times.
Cornwall: unitary authority known as the Cornwall Council based in Truro, with the exception of the Isles of Scilly, which is part of the ceremonial county of Cornwall, yet administered as a unitary authority known as the Council of the Isles of Scilly. Prior to 1 April 2009 Cornwall was divided into six local government districts, which we refer to in the PTU.
Devon: third largest county in England and consists of eight districts and two unitary authorities (Plymouth, Torbay). The county town is Exeter.
Dorset: county consisting of six districts and two unitary authorities (Bournemouth, Poole). The county town is Dorchester.
Gloucestershire: county with five districts and one unitary authority (South Gloucestershire). The county town is Gloucester.
Guernsey: British Crown dependency and is not part of the United Kingdom. It is divided into 10 parishes, with each of the smaller islands (Alderney, Sark) also being a parish.
Jersey: British Crown dependency and is not part of the United Kingdom. It is divided into 12 parishes, all named after the saints to whom their ancient parish churches are dedicated.
Somerset: county with five districts and two unitary authorities (Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset).
Wiltshire: consists of two unitary authority areas, Wiltshire and Swindon, governed respectively by Wiltshire Council and Swindon Borough Council. Wiltshire (apart from Swindon) was a two-level county, divided into four local government districts (Kennet, North Wiltshire, Salisbury, West Wiltshire), which were merged into a single unitary authority on 1 April 2009 called Wiltshire Council. In the PTU we also refer to these districts. Wiltshire has 21 towns and one city (Salisbury).
Power Sites: It is one of the richest areas in power sites in all of Britain, with major stone circles and ancient shrines.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: 7IP-English Channel: 20km-St Keverne (Kerry, Cornwall), D5-4-7
Earth Grid Lines: TetL2, TetL7, RDoL1, RDoL2, YanL21-31, YanL37-27, OctL11-55
Sacred Cone Sites: D5-4-10 Avebury
Sacred Cone Gems: D5-4-10 Avebury
D5-4-1 JERSEY, JE: Saint Helier
Grouville [1st: La Hougue Bie, Mound, 5000BC, 49° 11′ 19.97″ N, 2° 2′ 44.48″ W]; Trinity [3km-TetL7]
D5-4-2 BRISTOL, GB-BST: Bristol
Bristol [S5] [1st: City, 1542, Bristol Cathedral (Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity), 1140, CE Diocese of Bristol, Elder Lady Chapel; sacred city, 51° 27′ 0″ N, 2° 35′ 0″ W; Temple Church, Templar, ruins, 1100; Quaker’s Friars, 1227; John Wesley’s Chapel, 1739; 2nd: All Saints Church, CE, 1100; PrO Mandir, Society of Bristol] [Cary Grant b]; Arnos Vale [2nd: Arnos Vale Cemetery]; Clifton [1st: Clifton Cathedral (of SS Peter and Paul), RC Diocese of Clifton]
D5-4-3 SOMERSET, Bath and North East Somerset, GB-BAS, North Somerset, GB-NSM
Bath and North East Somerset: Bath [1st: City TI, Bath Abbey, CE Diocese of Bath and Wells (Cathedral in Wells); Roman Baths, Minerva, 51° 22′ 51.38″ N, 2° 21′ 34.2″ W]; Stanton Drew [1st: Stanton Drew Circles, Stone circle, 2500BC, 51° 22′ 4.07″ N, 2° 34′ 30.92″ W]
North Somerset: Weston-super-Mare; Brockley [2nd: Brockley church, court]
D5-4-4 SOMERSET, GB-SOM: Taunton
Mendip: Shepton Mallet [3km-YanL37-27]; Glastonbury [1st: 7km-YanL37-27, Glastonbury, pC, 51° 8′ 54.6″ N, 2° 42′ 50.4″ W] [Henry Fielding b]; Baltonsborough [St Dunstan b]; Wells [1st: City 1205, 9km-YanL37-27, Wells Cathedral, CE Diocese of Bath and Wells]; Wookey Hole [2nd: Wookey Hole Caves, 51° 13′ 41″ N, 2° 40′ 17″ W]
Sedgemoor: Bridgwater; Westonzoyland [2nd: Battle of Sedgemoor, 1685]
South Somerset: Yeovil; South Cadbury [1st: Cadbury Castle, hillfort, 400BC, 11km-YanL37-27]; Ilchester [Roger Bacon b]
Taunton Deane: Taunton [S5] [1st: County town, Church of St Mary Magdalene, 1108, CE Archdeaconry]; Withypool [1st: stone circle]
West Somerset: Williton; Exford [1st: stone circle]; Porlock [1st: stone circle]
D5-4-5 DORSET, GB-DOR: Dorchester, Bournemouth, GB-BMH, Poole, GB-POL
Christchurch: Christchurch [1st: 6km-TetL2, Christchurch Priory]
East Dorset: Wimborne [1st: Minster Church of St Cuthburga, CE]
North Dorset: Blandford Forum; Shaftesbury [1st: Shaftesbury Abbey, King Edward the Martyr; 2nd: Grosvenor Hotel; 3rd: Gold Hill, S3] [1st: Badbury Rings, hillfort, 800 BC]
Purbeck: Wareham [1st: 9km-TetL2, St Martin’s Church]
West Dorset: Dorchester [1st: County town; St Peter’s Church] [Thomas Hardy b]; Cerne Abbas [1st: Cerne Abbas Giant, Hill figure, 400CE, 50° 48′ 49″ N, 2° 28′ 29″ W]; Charmouth [3rd: Monkton Wyld]; Sherborne [1st: CE Archdeaconry]; Portesham [2nd: Hellstone Dolmen]; Whitchurch Canonicorum [1st: Shrine, St Wite]
Weymouth and Portland: Weymouth [8km-TetL2]
Bournemouth: Bournemouth [S12] [1st: 5km-TetL2, St Peter’s Church]
Poole: Poole [9km-TetL2]
D5-4-6 DEVON, GB-DEV: Exeter, Plymouth, GB-PLY, Torbay, GB-TOB
East Devon: Sidmouth; East Budleigh [Walter Raleigh b]
Exeter: Exeter [1st: County town, City TI, 3km-YanL37-27, Exeter Cathedral (of St Peter), CE Diocese of Exeter]
Mid Devon: Tiverton; Crediton [1st: Church of the Holy Cross, CE]
North Devon: Barnstable [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
South Hams: Totnes [CE Archdeaconry]
Teignbridge: Newton Abbot [6km-YanL37-27]; Buckfastleigh [1st: Buckfast Abbey, RC, 3km-YanL37-27]
West Devon: Tavistock [Francis Drake b]; Drewsteignton [2nd: Spinster’s Rock; Castle Drogo]; Gidleigh [1st: stone circle]; Lydford [2nd: Lydford Castle, 1066; Shebertorn Stone circle]; Okehampton [2nd: Okehampton Castle, ruins, 1086]; Sheepstor [1st: stone circle]
Plymouth: Plymouth [S3] [1st: City 1928, on-YanL37-27, Plymouth Cathedral (of St Mary and St Boniface), RC Diocese of Plymouth; CE Archdeaconry; Buckland Abbey; 2nd: The Barbican; PrO Mandir, Society of Plymouth; Harford Portal]
Torbay: Torquay; [1st: High Willhays, D5-4 highest point, 621 m]
D5-4-7: CORNWALL, GB-CON: Truro
Caradon: Minions [1st: The Hurlers, three stone circles, 1850BC, 50° 33′ 45″ N, 4° 36′ 47.52″ W]; St Breward [1st: King Arthur’s Hall; Stannon Stone Circle]
Carrick: Truro [1st: County town, City 1877; Truro Cathedral (of the Blessed Virgin Mary), CE Diocese of Truro]; Duloe [2nd: Duloe Stone Circle]; Twelveheads
Kerrier: [7IP:English Channel, 20km-St Keverne (Kerry), TetL2, TetL7, RDoL1, RDoL2, YanL21-31, YanL37-27, OctL11-55I, 49° 58’ 51” N, 4° 47’ 52” W]
North Cornwall: Blisland [1st: Stripple Stones]; Tintagel [4km-UvgL/OctL/IcoL11-55; 2nd: Trethevy Quoit, Megalithic tomb, 3000BC, 50° 29′ 35.41″ N, 4° 27′ 19.4″ W]
Penwith: Gwinear-Gwithian, Hayle, Marazion [1st: St Michael’s Mount, pyramidal island, castle, 1200, 2km-TetL7]; Landewednack [2nd: Lizard Point]; Madron [1st: Madron Well]; Penzance; Sennen [1st: Land’s End, Longships, Lyonesse, Arthur]; St Buryan [1st: Boscawen-Un, Stone circle, 5000BC, 50° 5′ 24.76″ N, 5° 37′ 10.49″ W; Merry Maidens, Stone circle, 1500BC, 50° 3′ 54.14″ N, 5° 35′ 23.03″ W]; St Just [2nd: Tregeseal Stone Circle]; [1st: Lanyon Quoit, Dolmen, 4000BC, 50° 8′ 51″ N, 5° 35′ 57″ W]; Wendron [2nd: Nine Maidens, stone circle]; Zennor [2nd: St Senara Church, Mermaid chair; Treen Common, stone circle]
Restormel: Altarnun [1st: St Nonna’s Church, CE Parish, 0CE, 50° 36′ 0″ N, 4° 32′ 0″ W; 2nd: Godaver Stone Circle]; St Blazey [1st: Eden Project, multiple greenhouse complex, 6km-UvgL/OctL/IcoL11-55]
D5-4-8 CORNWALL, Isles of Scilly, GB-IOS
St Helens [2nd: Chapel]
D5-4-9 WILTSHIRE, GB-WIL: Trowbridge
Salisbury [1st: City TI, Salisbury Cathedral (of the Blessed Virgin Mary), 1220, CE Diocese of Salisbury, 51° 3′ 53″ N, 1° 47′ 51″ W; Old Sarum, mound, 3000BC; 2nd: Normanton Down Barrows, Barrow cemetery, 1500BC, 51° 10′ 19.2″ N, 1° 49′ 30″ W]; Amesbury [1st: Stonehenge, Monument, 3300 BC, 51° 10′ 43.84″ N, 1° 49′ 34.28″ W]; Quidhampton [Simon Forman b]; Tisbury [2nd: Parish Church, oldest tree no.2; 2nd: Wardour Castle]
West Wiltshire: Trowbridge [on-YanL37-27]
D5-4-10 WILTSHIRE, GB-WIL, Swindon, GB-SWD
Kennet: Devizes [5km-YanL37-27]; Marlborough [2nd: Silbury Hill, mound, 51° 24′ 56″ N, 1° 51′ 27″ W, 10km-YanL37-27; Savernake Forest, sacred tree: Big Belly Oak]; Avebury [1st: West Kennet Long Barrow, 3600BC, 6km-YanL37-27; Avebury Manor, 1500; 3rd: SCS/G Avebury, Stone Circle, 2000BC, 51° 25′ 43″ N, 1° 51′ 15″ W, 5km-YanL37-27]
North Wiltshire: Chippenham; Corsham [2nd: Hawthorn, Central Government War HQ,]; Malmesbury [1st: Malmesbury Abbey, St Aldhelm, 676, CE Archdeaconry]
Swindon: Swindon [on-YanL37-27]; Chiseldon [1st: Coate stone circle]
D5-4-11 GLOUCESTERSHIRE, GB-GLS: Gloucester, South Gloucestershire, GB-SGC
Cheltenham: Cheltenham [S6] [1st: CE Archdeaconry] [Gustav Holst b]
Cotswold: Cirencester [2nd: Snowshill Manor]; Fairford [1st: St Mary’s Church] [John Kelbe b]
Forest of Dean: Coleford [2nd: Littledean Hall, Saxon hall]
Gloucester: Gloucester [1st: City, 1541, Gloucester Cathedral, CE Diocese of Gloucester]
Stroud: Stroud [2nd: Berkeley Castle, 1153]
Tewkesbury: Tewkesbury [1st: Tewkesbury Abbey, CE; 2nd: Battle of Tewkesbury, 1471]
South Gloucestershire: Thornbury
D5-4-12 GUERNSEY, GG: Saint Peter Port
Mont Herault [on-TetL7]
L2 System Division: Region D5-4 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and comprises the Secondary Jurisdictions of the Bristole Bhime Distria, the Dusre Bhime Distria and the Plime Bhime Distria, operated by the Bristole Kirte Samaya (Society of Bristol), the Dusre Kirte Samaya (Second Society of England), and the Plime Kirte Samaya (Society of Plymouth).
Harfdro Portal: H5-4, Kurtavind, High Kurta
Harford Portal: D5-4-6, Plymouth
Handorian States Reference:
Realm of Hartford – 5.4
According to the astroshamanic system of the 144 binary rapports, or Paheka Rubhe the combination of 5.4 is associated with the Realm of Hartford, one of the 12 metropolitan nations of the Cosmopolitan State of Hartem. The Hartfordian Nation is celebrated for the formation of the state capital tutelary barrier of Kurtavindah and the Hartemian Fort. The Kurtavindah, conceived by Shiramest, Hartford’s national hero, is the strongest protection and fortification structure in the Handorian States System. Although this massive barrier is under the jurisdiction of the capital district of Zentrart, it is basically run by Hartfortian guards. On the south-west bend of the Kurtavindah lies the Hartemian Fort, the key southern defensive stronghold of the capital, evoking ancient times of Handorian siege warfare. Hartford is also renowned for its food, catering and hospitality industries, and for featuring some of the most comfortable Hartemian hotels, such as the Harford Interstate Hotel and the Home of Hartem. The Realm of Hartford emanates a deep resonance with the original traditions of the Hartemian people.
Realm of Harvey Rose, Esore Yevrah fo Mlear,
|Code||Subdivision name||Km2||Popul.||SCI||SPS||ProvO||Reg./Co./Admin HQ|
|GB-BDG||Barking and Dagenham D5-5-11||36||166900||1||Landone||London|
|GB-KEC||Kensington and Chelsea D5-5-7||12.13||178600||6||Landone||London|
|GB-KTT||Kingston upon Thames D5-5-6||37.2||157900||1||Landone||London|
|GB-LND||London, City of D5-5-5||2.9||8000||16||Landone||London|
|GB-RIC||Richmond upon Thames D5-5-6||57.4||180000||2||Landone||London|
|GB-TWH||Tower Hamlets D5-5-12||19.7||215300||1||Landone||London|
|GB-WFT||Waltham Forest D5-5-10||38.10||222300||2||Landone||London|
[The Blitz, 10-12/1940, (20000)]
Location: centre-south England
Geographical Centre: Charing Cross D5-5-5
Area: 1572 sq km
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Westerham Heights, 245 m
Duad Degree: 0-2½° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Leo/Sun
L1 System Division: Region D5-5 consists of one ceremonial county (Greater London) and government office region which is one of the nine official regions of the Country System of England (a Rank 1 System with very high status since it is also an administrative area and the capital of the United Kingdom). Greater London is divided into 32 London boroughs, each governed by a Council, and the City of London, which has a unique government since the 12th century. These authorities are unofficially equivalent to unitary authorities and are at Rank 2.
Power Sites: Sites are copious in Central London, with some of the highest concentration and inflation in Continent D. Many sites are extremely tampered and corrupted, due to the presence of Portal D5-5-5.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: –
Sacred Cone Portal: D5-5-5
Sacred Cone Sites: D5-5-7, Kensington, Holland Park; Millenium Gloucester Hotel; Hounslow Esoteric Shop
Sacred Cone Gems: D5-5-7 Hounslow Esoteric Shop
D5-5-1 Bexley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark
Bexley: Bexley [1st: St Mary’s Church]; Albany Park [2nd: Foots Cray Meadows]
Greenwich: Greenwich [1st: Royal Greenwich Observatory, pC; 2nd: Maze Hill] [Elisabeth I, Henry VIII b]; Wooolwich [2nd: Royal Arsenal, 1671]
Lambeth: Lambeth [1st: CE Archdeaconry] [Thomas More b]; Brixton [2nd: Brixton Hill]; Clapham [Annie Besant b]; Kennington [2nd: Kennington Park, Kennington Common; The Oval¸ cricket stadium] [Charlie Chaplin b]; West Norwood [2nd: West Norwood Cemetery]
Lewisham: Lewisham [1st: CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: St Johns railway station]; Sydenham [3rd: Wells Park]
Southwark: Southwark [1st: Southwark Cathedral (of St Saviour and St Mary Overie), CE Diocese of Southwark; Southwark Cathedral (Metropolitan Church of St George), RC Province of Southwark; London City Hall, pR; Metropolitan Tabernacle, pP, Reformed Baptist church; 2nd: London Docklands, pR; Cross Bones, cemetery]; Camberwell [2nd: St Giles Church]
Bromley: Bromley [2nd: Market Square] [H.G.Wells b]; Chislehurst [1st Chislehurst Caves, Merlin] [Alan Watts b]
D5-5-3 Croydon, Sutton
Croydon: Croydon [1st: CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: Croydon Airport, portal; Croydon Cemetery]
D5-5-4 City of Westminster
City of Westminster: City of Westminster [1st: City 1540]; Charing Cross [1st: CE Archdeaconry, geographical centre]; Covent Garden [1st: Covent Garden Market; Royal Opera House]; Maryelebone [1st: Broadcasting House, BBC]; Westminster [1st: Buckingham Palace; Westminster Abbey, 1050, 51° 29′ 58″ N, 0° 7′ 39″ W; Westminster Cathedral (Metropolitan Cathedral of the Precious Blood), RC Province of Westminster]; West End [1st: Piccadilly Circus; Queen’s Chapel; Ritz Hotel; Royal Albert Hall; Trafalgar Square; 2nd: Baker Street; Oxford Street; Tyburn Gallows and Marble Arch]; [Elisabeth II; Francis Bacon; Lord Byron b]
D5-5-5 City of London
City of London: City of London: Guildhall [S3] [1st: City TI], Aldgate [1st: Aldgate, gate; Bevis Marks Synagogue, 1701; St Katherine Cree, CE Parish Church; 2nd: 30 St Mary Axe, “Gherkin”, skyscraper, 2004]; Aldersgate [1st: Aldersgate, gate]; Bread Street [John Donne; John Milton b]; Candlewick [2nd: London Stone, Cannon Street Station]; Castle Baynard [1st St Paul’s Cathedral, CE Diocese of London]; Farrington Without [1st: St Dunstan-in-the-West, CE octagonal church; 3rd: St Bartholomew the Great, CE church, 1123; SCS Portal]; Tower [John Dee b]; Walbrook [2nd: London Mithraeum, Roman temple]; [Thomas Becket; William Blake; George III b]
D5-5-6 Hounslow, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Wandsworth
Hounslow: Hounslow [1st: Chiswick House; 3rd: SCS/G “unnamed” esoteric shop]
Kingston: Kingston [2nd: Kingston Bridge]
Merton: Merton; Wimbledon [1st: Wimbledon Commons]
Richmond: Twickenham [2nd: Twickenham Stadium]; [2nd: Hampton Court Palace, 1514]
Wandsworth: Wandsworth [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
D5-5-7 Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Hillingdon Kensington and Chelsea
Ealing: Ealing; Northolt [1st: CE Archdeaconry];
Hammersmith and Fulham: Hammersmith [1st: Riverside Studios]
Hillingdon: Uxbridge; Ruislip [Peter Caddy b]
Kensington and Chelsea: Kensington [1st: Kensington Palace, 1600; 2nd: PrO PraMandir, Metropolitan Society of London; SCS Millennium Gloucester Hotel; 3rd: SCS Holland Park] [Queen Victoria b]; Chelsea [1st: Chelsea Old Church, CE]; South Kensington [1st: Brompton Oratory, RC]; West Brompton [2nd: Brompton Cemetery]
D5-5-8 Brent, Camden, Islington
Brent: Wembley [2nd: Wembley Stadium, pA]; Kensal Green [2nd: Kensal Green Cemetery]
Camden: Euston Road; Bloomsbury [1st: British Museum]; Camden Town; Hampstead [1st: CE Archdeaconry]; Holborn [1st: St Andrew’s Church]; Highgate [2nd: Highgate Cemetery]
Islington: Islington [1st: Royal Agriculture Hall]; Clerkenwell [2nd: Clerk’s Well]; Holloway [2nd: Emirates Stadium, Arsenal FC]; Pentonville [2nd: The Penton] [John Stuart Mill b]
D5-5-9 Barnet, Harrow
Barnet: Barnet [2nd: Battle of Barnet, 1471, 51° 39′ 44″ N, 0° 12′ 0″ W]; Golders Green [2nd: Golders Green Crematorium]
D5-5-10 Enfield; Haringey; Waltham Forest
Enfield: Enfield Town [2nd: Barclays Bank]
Haringey: Wood Green
Waltham Forest: Waltham Forest; Leytonstone [Alfred Hitchcock b]
D5-5-11 Barking and Dagenham; Havering; Redbridge
Barking and Dagenham:
Becontree Heath; Barking [1st: Barking Abbey]
Havering: Romford [2nd: River Rom]
Redbridge: Ilford [2nd: Natural History Museum]
D5-5-12 Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets
Hackney: Stoke Newington [1st: CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: Abney Park Cemetery]; [Daniel Defoe, Samuel MacGregor Mathers, Marie Lloyd b]
Newham: Westham [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Tower Hamlets: [2nd: Tower of London, 1066; Canary Wharf]; Wapping [2nd: Dockland]
L2 System Division: Region D5-5 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is currently within the Secondary Jurisdiction of the Landone Asmake Bhime Distria, operated by the Landone Metropolie Samaya (Metropolitan Society of London).
Harmet Portal: H5-5, West Harvey
Hartem Portal: D5-5-7, Kensington, Holland Park
Handorian States Reference:
Realm of Harvey Rose – 5.5
This is the multi-dimensional higher octave of entertainment, games, playful romance and pleasure. A vacation in Harvey energizes and makes enduring the heart, bestowing beauty and light, transforming most depressive and desperate situations into climaxes of radiance and paradise. Folks from Harvey are among the greatest beautifiers and energizers. As a result their brilliant creations generously emanate from their nation and pervade the Handorian hearts.
In this respect the majestic Hartemian Grand Temple, in Hartemcore, mightily epitomizes Harveyan graceful magnificence. On a New Moon in Leo, and also on all other possible New Moons, Harvey resonates at its best and munificently dispenses blessings to those who feel entitled to receive them. Hence, the only question you need to ask yourself here is: “do I feel entitled to get what I wish?” This question also requires conscious awareness of your wishes, which leads to the bonus question: “What do I wish?” The answer to these questions is your password to Harvey. Please do not expect Harveyan authorities to set it up for you, for this will never work. While Harvey provides the address, you are the one who decides about the password. This is your chance! Once you enter Harvey, then you are bound to fully manifest your wishes. What else could you do there? The first step in the admission process is the translucent awareness of what you wish, while the second step is feeling entitled to bring to fruition what you wish. This allows you to enter the password and move to the third step, which is the instantaneous accomplishment of what you wish. Thus, on this New Moon time, please noticeably state your wishes, giving them consent to pragmatically reveal themselves, which is tantamount to feeling entitled to get what you wish. If you heed these instructions, you will find yourself in Harvey.
Articulate your wishes, write and even draw them down, surrender them to the Hartemian Grand Temple, and prepare yourself to receive them. This is the greatest risk possible. If you want to attain what you desire, you need to take this risk, and the more risks you take, the more you will manifest what you wish. Those who are afraid to make mistakes, constantly pondering whether they are entitled to do this or that, whether there are risks involved or not, will never make it to Harvey. Unless you have nothing better to do, stop being self-conscious and forget about risks or mistakes. Life is all hazardous anyway. Death is inevitable, and the packet of life always comes with an indeterminate, yet definite, date of expiry. Hence, in the meantime, if you get dull and stuck, instead of reaching out for what you wish, this is indeed the greatest risk you will ever run. There are no mistakes when taking risks, as long as you do not continue to make the same mistake over and over. Thus, be creative in your mistakes and always make sure that you devise innovative ones. Please do it right away! Go for what you wish in this precise moment. Do not delay for this makes Harveyan hearts inconsolable. Embrace your veritable passion! The Gate of Harvey will open for you. This is the greatest risk!
South East England
|Code||Subdivision name||Km2||Popul.||SCI||SPS||ProvO||Reg./Co./Admin HQ|
|–||Berkshire NM/CC D5-6-5||1262||812200||2||7|
|GB-BRC||Bracknell Forest UA||109.3||113500||Dusre||SEEng, Berks|
|GB-RDG||Reading UA D5-6-6||–||232662||3||Hampshie||SEEng, Berks|
|GB-SLG||Slough UA||–||122000||Sasixe||SEEng, Berks|
|GB-WBK||West Berkshire UA D5-6-6||705||150700||Dusre||SEEng, Berks|
|GB-WNM||Windsor & Maidenhead UA||198||141000||Sasixe||SEEng, Berks|
|GB-WOK||Wokingham UA||179||156600||Hampshie||SEEng, Berks|
|GB-BKM||BuckinghamshireNM/CC D5-6-10||1874||719000||2||10||Dusre||SEEng – Aylesbury|
|GB-MIK||Milton Keynes UA D5-6-10||–||–||1||Dusre||SEEng|
|GB-ESX||East Sussex NM/CC D5-6-2||1792||761800||3||16||Sasixe||SEEng – Lewes|
|GB-BNH||Brighton and Hove UA D5-6-3||87.5||253500||2||Sasixe||SEEng – EastSussex|
|GB-HAM||Hampshire NM/CC D5-6-7||3769||1705700||12||16||Hampshie||SEEng – Winchester|
|GB-POR||Portsmouth UA D5-6-8||40.2||197700||1||Hampshie||SEEng – Hamps|
|GB-STH||Southampton UA D5-6-8||51.4||228600||Hampshie||SEEng – Hamps|
|GB-IOW||Isle of Wight NMU/CCD5-6-12||384||140000||1||4||Hampshie||SEEng – Newport|
|GB-KEN||Kent NM/CC D5-6-1||3544||1647100||8||24||Sasixe||SEEng – Maidstone|
|GB-MDW||Medway UA||192||252200||Sasixe||SEEng – Kent|
|GB-OXF||Oxfordshire NM/CCD5-6-9||2605||635600||7||16||Sasixe||SEEng – Oxford|
|GB-SRY||Surrey NM/CC D5-6-4||1663||1098300||15||15||Sasixe||SEEng – Kingston|
|GB-WSX||West Sussex NM/CCD5-6-11||1991||776300||4||14||Sasixe||SEEng – Chichester|
Location: South East England bordered by the English Channel
Area: 19096 sq km
Terrain: ridges and valleys with some flat lands, rural and agricultural settings
Elevation extremes: Highest point:
Duad Degree: 2½-5° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Leo/Sun
Stargate Link: 2°Leo58’: Iota Ursae Majoris, Talitha, Ursa Major
L1 System Division: Region D5-6 consists of one government office region (South East England), which is one of the nine official regions of the Country System of England. Government HQ is in Guildford. This is a Rank 1 System with low status since the regions in England are mainly used for statistical purposes. South East England is divided into nine ceremonial counties (see below), each with its own PTU Province, and 11 unitary authorities.
Berkshire: ceremonial county, divided into 6 unitary authorities.
Buckinghamshire: c Aylesbury.
Hampshire: ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 11 local government districts, and two unitary authorities (Portsmouth, Southampton). The county town is Winchester.
East Sussex: ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 5 local government districts, and one unitary authority (Brighton and Hove). The county town is Lewes.
Isle of Wight: ceremonial and non-metropolitan unitary county. The county town is Newport.
Kent: ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 12 local government districts, and one unitary authority (Medway). The county town is Maidstone.
Oxfordshire: ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 5 local government districts. The county town is Oxford
Surrey: ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 11 local government districts. The county town is Kingston, which is extraterritorial, being part of Greater London since 1965.
West Sussex: ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 7 local government districts. The county town is Chichester.
Power Sites: many sites relate to the early relevant development of England and Area D5 in government, culture and spiritual identity.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: 3IP-Heath Common: (Washington, Horsham, West Sussex); 10km-Worthing D5-6-11, TetL2, RDoL2, BalL11-55(1)
Earth Grid Lines: TetL2, RDoL2, BalL11-55(1)
Sacred Cone Sites: D5-6-3
Sacred Cone Gems: –
D5-6-1 KENT, GB-KEN: Maidstone, Medway
Ashford: Ashford [3km-TetL2]; Pluckley [2nd: Pluckley, on-TetL2]
Canterbury: Canterbury [1st: City TI, 4km-TetL2, Canterbury Cathedral (Cathedral and Metropolitan Church of Christ at Canterbury), 602, CE Province/Diocese of Canterbury; St Martin’s Church] [St Augustine of Canterbury d]
Dover: Dover [S8] [2nd: Dover Castle, Roman lighthouse, tunnels, 1100; Dover demon]; Nonington [1st: Majesty Oak, sacred tree]
Maidstone: Maidstone [S6] [1st: County Town, CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: Battle of Maidstone, 1648]
Sevenoaks: Sevenoaks [1st: Lullingstone Roman Villa]
Thanet: Margate; Minster [1st: St Mildred’s Priory, 670]
Tonbridge and Malling: West Malling; Aylesford [1st: Aylesford Priory, monastery, 1085]; Tonbridge [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Tunbridge Wells: Tunbridge Wells [4km-TetL2]
Medway: Chatham; Rochester [1st: Rochester Cathedral, CE Diocese of Rochester; 2nd: Rochester Castle]
D5-6-2 EAST SUSSEX, GB-ESX: Lewes
Eastbourne: Eastbourne [S2]
Hastings: Hastings [S2] [1st: Battle Abbey, CE Archdeaconry (with Lewes); 2nd: Hastings Castle, 1069; Battle of Hastings, Norman conquest, 14/10/1066, 50° 54′ 43″ N, 0° 29′ 15″ E]
Lewes: Lewes [1st: County town, CE Archdeaconry (with Lewes); 2nd: Battle of Lewes, 1264]
Rother: Bexhill-on-sea; Rye [2nd: Land Gate]; Winchelsea [2nd: Winchelsea]
Wealden: Crowborough [on-TetL2], Hailsham; Wilmington [1st: Long Man of Wilmington, Hill figure, 50° 48′ 36″ N, 0° 11′ 16.8″ E]; Pevensey [2nd: Pevensey Castle, 1200]
D5-6-3 EAST SUSSEX, Brighton and Hove, GB-BNH
Brighton and Hove: Hove
Brighton and Hove [1st: City]
Brighton [S11] [2nd: SCS Royal Pavilion]
D5-6-4 SURREY, GB-SRY: Kingston (extraterritorial), Guildford (historic)
Elmbridge: Esher; [2nd: Oatlands Park Hotel (nr Weybridge)]; East Molesey [Geoffrey Durham b]; Weybridge [2nd: Basingstoke Canal, incident]
Epsom and Ewell: Epsom
Guildford: Guildford [1st: historic county town, on–BalL11-55(1); Guildford Cathedral (of the Holy Spirit), CE Diocese of Guildford]
Mole Valley: Dorking [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Reigate and Banstead: Reigate [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Runnymede: Addlestone [9km–BalL11-55(1)]
Spelthorne: Staines [10km–BalL11-55(1)]
Surrey Heath: Camberley [8km–BalL11-55(1)]
Waverley: Godalming [5km–BalL11-55(1)]; Farnham [Stuart Wild b]
Woking: Woking [on–BalL11-55(1)] [2nd Brookwood Cemetery]
D5-6-5 BERKSHIRE, Bracknell Forest, GB-BRC; Slough, GB-SLG; Windsor and Maidenhead, GB-WNM
Bracknell Forest: Bracknell
Windsor and Maidenhead: Maidenhead; Cookham [1st: Stanley Spencer Gallery] [Stanley Spencer b]; Ascot [1st: Ascot Racecourse, on–BalL11-55(1)]; Eton [1st: Eton College]; Windsor [1st: Windsor Castle, 1070, 5km-BalL11-55(1)] [Henry VI b]
D5-6-6 BERKSHIRE, Reading, GB-RDG; West Berkshire GB-WBK
Reading: Reading [S6] [William Laud; Mike Oldfield b];
West Berkshire: Newbury
D5-6-7 HAMPSHIRE, GB-HAM: Winchester
Busingstoke and Deane: Basingstoke [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
East Hampshire: Petersfield
Fareham: Fareham [3km-TetL2]
Gosport: Gosport [on-TetL2]
Hart: Fleet; Odiham [2nd: Odiham Castle, 1200]
Havant: Havant [on-TetL2]
New Forest: Lyndhurst
Rushmoor: Farnborough; Aldershot [1st: Aldershot Cathedral (of St Michael and St George), RC Bishopric of the Forces; 2nd: Aldershot Military Cemetery]
Test Valley: Andover [2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Hampshire]; Romsey [1st: The Great Plane, sacred tree, Mottisfont Abbey]
Winchester: Winchester [1st: County town, City TI, Winchester Cathedral, CE Diocese of Winchester] [Jane Austen b]
D5-6-8 HAMPSHIRE, Portsmouth, GB-POR; Southampton, GB-STH
Portsmouth: Portsmouth [S5] [1st: City 1926, on-TetL2, Portsmouth Cathedral (of St Thomas of Canterbury), CE Diocese of Portsmouth; Portsmouth Cathedral (of St John Baptist), RC Diocese of Portsmouth] [Charles Dickens b]
Southampton: Southampton [1st: City 1964, CE Archdeaconry]
D5-6-9 OXFORDSHIRE, GB-OXF: Oxford
Oxford: Oxford [S10] [1st: County town, City 1542, on-YanL37-27, Christ Church Cathedral, CE Diocese of Oxford; Balliol College; Bodleian Library, Botanic Garden; Exeter College; Pitt Rivers Museum; Sunderland Avenue]
South Oxfordshire: Crowmarsh
Vale of White Horse: Abingdon [7km-YanL37-27]; Wantage [Alfred the Great b; St Edmund Rich p]
West Oxfordshire: Witney [9km-YanL37-27]; Ashbury [2nd: Wayland’s Smithy, Chamber tomb, 3500BC, 51° 33′ 59.22″ N, 1° 35′ 44.7″ W; 3km-YanL37-27]; Uffington [1st: Uffington White Horse, Hill figure, 1400BC, 51° 34′ 39″ N, 1° 34′ 0″ W, 4km-YanL37-27]; Woodstock [Winston Churchill b];
D5-6-10 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, GB-BKM: Aylesbury, Milton Keynes
Aylesbury Vale: Aylesbury [on–BalL11-55(1)]; Winslow [2IP: Winslow, BalL11-55(1), YanL37-27, 51° 56’ 15” N, 0° 55’ 04” W]; Wing [1st: All Saints Church]
Chiltern: Amersham; Chalfont St Giles [1st: Milton’s Cottage]
South Bucks: Denham
Wycombe: High Wycombe [2nd: West Wycombe, Caves, Park, Hellfire Club, 1750; RAF station, on-BalL11-55(1)] [Benjamin Disraeli b]
Milton Keynes: Milton Keynes [10km-2IP Winslow] [8.11.10BB]
D5-6-11 WEST SUSSEX, GB-WSX: Chichester
Adur: Shoreham-by-sea [3km–BalL11-55(1)];
Arun: Littlehampton; Arundel [1st: Arundel Cathedral (of our Lady and St Peter Howard), RC Diocese of Arundel; Arundel Castle, 1067, 6km-TetL2]
Chichester: Chichester [1st: County town, City TI, 3km-TetL2, Chichester Cathedral (Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity), 1091, CE Diocese of Chichester]
Horsham: Horsham [1st: CE Archdeaconry]; Amberley [2nd: Amberley Castle, 1100, 9km-3IP:Heath Common; on-TetL2]; Washington [3IP:Heath Common, TetL2, RDoL2, BalL11-55(1)]; Wiston [2nd: Chanctonbury Ring, Roman temple, 5km-3IP:Heath Common; on-TetL2]
Mid Sussex: Haywards Heath [on-TetL2]
Worthing: Worthing [S8:7°] [10km-3IP:Heath Common, on–BalL11-55(1); 2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Sussex]
D5-6-12 ISLE OF WIGHT, GB-IOW: Newport
East Cowes [1st: Cowes, S12, on-TetL2, Osborne House; 2nd: Quarr Abbey (nr Fishbourne), 1132]; [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
L2 System Division: Region D5-6 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is within the Secondary Jurisdiction of the Hampshie Bhime Distria and the Sasixe Bhime Distria, operated by the Hampshie Kirte Samaya (Society of Hampshire) and Sasixe Kirte Samaya (Society of Sussex).
Harunah Portal: H5-6, Royal Hartem
Haruhan Portal: D5-5-7, Hounslow
Handorian States Reference:
Rufus – 5.6
5.6: Rufus is a nation with the special status of sovereignty. Its name comes from King Rufus Haruhas the First, one of the most renowned heroes in the State of Hartem and Handor. Rufus is articulated into 12 national counties and the Royal Borough of Haruhas City (an enclave within the national county of Elf). A major feature of Rufus is the Hartemian Library Foundation, a gigantic multi-dimensional library and documentation centre.
Realm of Harnort, Tronrah fo Mlaer,
|Code||Subdivision name||Km2||Popul.||SCI||SPS||ProvO||Reg./Co./Admin HQ|
|GB-HEF||Herefordshire NM/CC D5-7-8||2170||178400||2||3||Dusre||WMidlands, Hereford|
|GB-LEC||Leicestershire NM/CC D5-7-4||2156||933400||2||15||Dusre||EMidlands, Glenfield|
|GB-LIN||Lincolnshire NM/CCD5-7-3||6959||1010600||5||11||Linkolne||EMidlands – Lincoln|
|GB-NTH||Northamptonshire NM/CC D5-7-5||2364||678200||1||10||Dusre||EMidlands|
|GB-NTT||NottinghamshireNM/CC D5-7-2||2160||1060600||3||16||Birmige||West Bridgford|
|GB-TFW||Telford and Wrekin UA||290||161700||Dusre||WMidlands-Shropshire|
|GB-STS||Staffordshire NM/CC D5-7-10||2713||1064800||1||12||Birmige||WMid – Stafford|
|GB-STE||Stoke-on-Trent UA||93||239700||Birmige||WMidlands – Staffs|
|GB-WAR||Warwickshire NM/CC D5-7-6||1975||526800||3||9||Dusre||WMidlands|
|–||West Midlands M/CC||902||2619500||12|
|GB-WOR||WorcestershireNM/CC D5-7-7||1741||555600||10||12||Dusre||WMid – Worcester|
Location: central England
Area: 28631 sq km
Terrain: vast rural zones, including some elevations and large urban areas (Birmingham, Wolverhampton)
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Black Mountain, 703 m (Herefordshire)
Duad Degree: 5–7½° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Leo/Sun
Stargate Link7°Leo30’: Praesepe, Cancer .
L1 System Division: Region D5-7 consists of two government office regions (East Midland, West Midland), which are two of the nine official regions of the Country System of England (a Rank 1 System with a higher status than most of the other regions due to its historic relevance). East Midlands consists of 6 ceremonial counties and 3 unitary authorities, with government HQ in Birmingham. West Midlands also consists of 6 ceremonial counties and 3 unitary authorities, with government HQ in Melton Mowbray.
Derbyshire: East Midlands ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 8 local government districts, and one unitary authority (Derby). The county town is Matlock.
Herefordshire: West Midlands ceremonial county and unitary district. The county town is Hereford.
Leicestershire: East Midlands ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 7 local government districts, and one unitary authority (Leicester). The county town is Glenfield.
Lincolnshire: East Midlands ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, the second largest in England, divided into 7 local government districts and 2 unitary authorities (part of the region Yorkshire and the Humber). The county town is Lincoln.
Northamptonshire: East Midlands ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 7 local government districts. The county town is Northampton.
Nottinghamshire: East Midlands ceremonial and non-metropolitan county, divided into 7 local government districts, and one unitary authority (Nottingham). The county town is West Bridgford.
Rutland: East Midlands ceremonial county and unitary district. The county town is Oakham.
Shropshire: West Midlands ceremonial county and unitary district, consisting of two unitary authorities (Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin). The county town is Shrewsbury.
Staffordshire: West Midlands ceremonial county and non-metropolitan county, divided into 8 local government districts, and one unitary authority (Stoke-on-Trent). The county town is Hereford.
Warwickshire: West Midlands ceremonial county and non-metropolitan county, divided into 5 local government districts. The county town is Warwick.
West Midlands: West Midlands ceremonial county and metropolitan county, divided into 7 Metropolitan Boroughs.
Worcestershire: West Midlands ceremonial county and non-metropolitan county, divided into 6 local government districts. The county town is Worcester.
Power Sites: u.c.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: BalL11-55(1)
Sacred Cone Sites: D5-7-7
Sacred Cone Gems: D5-7-7
D5-7-1 DERBYSHIRE, GB-DBY: Matlock, Derby
Amber Valley: Ripley
Chesterfield: Chesterfield [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Derbyshire Dales: Matlock [on-BalL11-55(1)]; Bakewell [4km-BalL11-55(1), 12nd: The Nine Ladies, stone circle, 2000BC, 53° 10′ 5″ N, 1° 37′ 44″ W]; Birchover [1st: Doll Tor, stone circle]; Eyam [on-BalL11-55(1), 2nd: plague; stoen circle]; Tissington [3rd: Tissington Pond]
High Peak: Chapel-en-le-Frith; Derwent [2nd: drowned village]; Glossop [2nd: Longdendale, valley, 2km-BalL11-55(1)]; Youlgreave [1st: Arbor Low, Henge, 2000BC, 53° 10′ 8″ N, 1° 45′ 42″ W, 12km-BalL11-55(1)]
North East Derbyshire: Chesterfield [10km-BalL11-55(1)]; Holmesfield [1st: stone circle]
South Derbyshire: Swadlincote
Derby: Derby [1st: City, 1977, on-BalL11-55(1), Derby Cathedral (Cathedral of All Saints), 1300, CE Diocese of Derby]
D5-7-2 NOTTIGHAMSHIRE, GB-NTT: West Bridgford, Nottingham, GB-NGM
Bassetlaw: Worksop [1st: Priory Gatehouse, portal, 1400]; Retford [2nd: Little Theatre];
Broxtowe: Beestone; Eastwood [DH Lawrence b]
Mansfield: Mansfield [9.8.9HH]
Rushcliffe: West Bridgford; Aslockton [Thomas Cranmer b]
Newark and Sherwood: Newark [1st: CE Archdeaconry; Church of St Mary Magdalene, 1180]; Edwinstowe [1st: Sherwood Forest: sacred tree: Major Oak]; Southwell [1st: Southwell Minster (Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary), CE Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham; 2nd: Saracens Head Hotel, 1400]
Nottingham: Nottingham [11.3.8JT] [S7/S9] [1st: City 1897; Nottingham Cathedral (of St Barnabas), RC Diocese of Nottingham; CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: Nottingham Castle, tunnel, 1068]
D5-7-3 LINCOLNSHIRE, GB-LIN, (part of): Lincoln
Boston: Boston [S6]
East Lindsey: Manby; Tetford [1st: Tetford]
Lincoln: Lincoln [1st: City, Lincoln Cathedral (St Mary), CE Diocese of Lincoln] [St Hugh of Lincoln, Robert Grosseteste, Edward King r]
North Kesteven: Leaford; Bourne [1st: Bowthorpe Oak, sacred tree, oldest oak in England]; Brant Broughton [1st: St Helen’s Church]
South Holland: Spalding
South Kesteven: Grantham [1st: St Wulfram’s Church; Angel and Royal Inn, Templar, 1200]; Woolsthorpe [Isaac Newton b]
West Lindsey: Gainsborough
D5-7-4 LEICESTERSHIRE, GB-LEC: Glenfield, Leicester; RUTLAND, GB-RUT: Oakham
Blaby: Narborough [on-BalL11-55(1)]
Charnwood: Loughborough [1st: CE Archdeaconry, 8km-BalL11-55(1)]; Diseworth [William Lilly b]; Thurcaston [Hugh Latimer b]
Harborough: Market Harborough [2nd: Battle of Naseby, 1645]
Hinckley and Bosworth: Hinckley; Fenny Drayton [George Fox b]
Melton: Melton Mowray
North West Leicestershire: Coalville [on-BalL11-55(1)]; Whitwick [1st: Mount St Bernard Abbey, RC, on BalL11-55(2)]
Oadby and Wigston: Wigston Magna
Leicester: Leicester [S1] [1st: City 1919, Leicester Cathedral (of St Martin), 1086, CE Diocese of Leicester]
RUTLAND: Oakham [1st: County town, CE Archdeaconry]
D5-7-5 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, GB-NTH: Northampton
Daventry: Daventry [4km-BalL11-55(1)]
East Northamptonshire: Thrapston; Fotheringay [2nd: Fotheringhay Church (nr Oundle), 1430] [Richard III b]
Northampton: Northampton [1st: County town, 10km-BalL11-55(1), Northampton Cathedral (of Our Lady and St Thomas), RC Diocese of Northampton; CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: Battle of Northampton, 1460]
South Northamptonshire: Towchester [on-BalL11-55(1)]
D5-7-6 WARWICKSHIRE, GB-WAR: Warwick
North Warcikshire: Atherstone; Polesworth [1st: Polesworth Abbey]
Nuneaton and Bedworth: Nuneaton [b G. R. S. Mead]
Rugby: Rugby [7km-BalL11-55(1)]
Stratford-on-Avon: Stratford-on-Avon [William Shakespeare b]; Long Compton [1st: Rollright Stones, Stone circle, 3000 BC, 51° 58′ 31.92″ N, 1° 34′ 14.93″ W]; Long Itchington [St Wulfstan b]
Warwick: Warwick [1st: County town, CE Archdeaconry]; Leamington Spa [Aleister Crowley b]
D5-7-7 WORCESTERSHIRE, GB-WOR: Worcester
Malvern Hills: Malvern [1st: Great Malvern Priory, CE]; Broadheath [3.6.5DM]; Grimley [1st: St Bartholomews Church]; Hallow [1st: St Philip and St James Church]; Holt [1st: St Martins Church, Holt Heath]; SCS/G
Worcester: Worcester [1st: City TI, Worcester Cathedral (of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary), CE Diocese of Worcester; 2nd: Battle of Worcester, English Civil War, 03/09/1651, 52° 10′ 12″ N, 2° 13′ 22.8″ W; PrO Mandir, Second Society of England] [Edward Elgar, Edward Kelley b; St Wulfstan r]]
Wychavon: Pershore [1st: Pershore Abbey]
Wyre Forest: Stourport-on-Severn [1st: Malvern Wells, Holy well 52° 4′ 42.52″ N, 2° 19′ 56.48″ W]
D5-7-8 HEREFORDSHIRE, GB-HEF: Hereford
Hereford [1st: City TI, Hereford Cathedral (of Blessed Virgin Mary and St Ethelbert), 1079, CE Diocese of Hereford, St Ethelbert King, Mappa Mundi, 1079, 52° 3′ 15.12″ N, 2° 42′ 57.6″ W]; Kilpeck [1st: SS Mary and David’s Church, CE]
D5-7-9 SHROPSHIRE, GB-SHR: Shrewsbury, Telford and Wrekin
Shrewsbury [1st: Shrewsbury Cathedral, (of Our Lady Help of Christians and St Peter of Alcantara), RC Diocese of Shrewsbury; 2nd: Battle of Shrewsbury, 1403] [Charles Darwin b]; Ludlow [1st: CE Archdeaconry]; Clun [1st: stone circle]
Telford and Wrekin: Telford [2nd: Brown Clee Hill, highest point, 540 m]
D5-7-10 STAFFORDSHIRE, GB-STS: Stafford
Cannock Chase: Cannock
East Staffordshire: Burton upon Trent; Hoar Cross [1st: Church of the Holy Angels]
Lichfield: Lichfield [1st: City TI, Lichfield Cathedral (of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Chad), CE Diocese of Lichfield] [Samuel Johnson b]
South Staffordshire: Codsall
Staffordshire Moorlands: Leek
Stoke-on-Trent: Stoke-on-Trent [1st: City 1925, CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: The Fauld explosion, Hanbury Hill]; Burslem [Molly Leigh b]
D5-7-11 WEST MIDLANDS, Birmingham, GB-BIR
Birmingham: Birmingham [S1] [1st: City, 1889, St Philip’s Cathedral, 1715, CE Diocese of Birmingham; Birmingham Cathedral (Metropolitan Cathedral and Basilica of St Chad), RC Province of Birmingham; 2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Birmingham]; Aston [CE Archdeaconry]
D5-7-12 WEST MIDLANDS, Coventry, GB-COV; Dudley, GB-DUS; Sandwell, GB-SAW; Solihull, GB-SOL; Walsall, GB-WLL; Wolverhampton, GB-WLW
Coventry: Coventry [1st: City, 1345, Coventry Cathedral (St Michael Cathedral), CE Diocese of Coventry]
Dudley: Dudley [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Walsall: Walsall [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Wolverhampton: Wolverhampton [S3] [4.5.5RB] [1st: City 2000]
L2 System Division: Region D5-7 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is within the Secondary Jurisdictions of the Birmige Bhime Distria, the Dusre Bhime Distria, and the Linkolne Bhime Distria, operated by the Birmige Kirte Samaya (Society of Birmingham), the Dusre Kirte Samaya (Second Society of England) and Linkolne Kirte Samaya (Society of Lincoln).
Hartron Portal: H5-7
Hartnor Portal: D5-7-7
|Code||Subdivision name||Km2||Popul.||SCI||SPS||Pr.O||Reg./Co. or Admin HQ|
|GB-DGY||Dumfries & GallowayD5-8-7||6426||148300||3||6||Glasgove||Scotland -Dumfries|
|GB-EAY||East Ayrshire D5-8-9||1262||119600||2||1||Glasgove||Scotland -Kilmarnock|
|GB-ELN||East Lothian D5-8-3||679||94400||2||4||Embre||Scotland -Haddington|
|GB-ERW||East RenfrewshireD5-8-12||174||89800||2||Glasgove||Scotland -Giffnock|
|GB-EDH||Edinburgh, City ofD5-8-5||259||471650||56||12||Embre||Scotland –|
|GB-FAL||Falkirk D5-8-4||297||150700||3||2||Embre||Scotland –|
|GB-FIF||Fife D5-8-1||1325||360500||7||6||Aberdine||Scotland – Glenrothes|
|GB-GLG||Glasgow City D5-8-10||175.5||580690||15||8||Glasgove||Scotland –|
|GB-IVC||Inverclyde D5-8-8||160||81100||1||1||Glasgove||Scotland -Greenock|
|GB-MLN||Midlothian D5-8-3||354||79500||3||4||Embre||Scotland -Dalkeith|
|GB-NAY||North Ayrshire D5-8-8||885||135800||1||Glasgove||Scotland -Irvine|
|GB-NLK||North LanarkshireD5-8-11||470||324700||3||2||Embre||Scotland -Motherwell|
|GB-RFW||Renfrewshire D5-8-12||261||169600||3||3||Glasgove||Scotland -Paisley|
|GB-SCB||Scottish Borders, TheD5-8-6||4732||111400||4||2||Embre||Scotland -Newtown St. Boswells|
|GB-SAY||South Ayrshire D5-8-9||1222||111700||3||Glasgove||Scotland -Ayr|
|GB-SLK||South LanarkshireD5-8-11||1772||309500||2||2||Embre||Scotland -Hamilton|
|GB-STG||Stirling D5-8-2||2187||88200||3||6||Embre||Scotland –|
|GB-WDU||West Dunbartonshire D5-8-12||159||91100||2||Glasgove||Scotland -Dumbarton|
|GB-WLN||West Lothian D5-8-4||427||167800||1||3||Embre||Scotland -Livingston|
Location: Southern Scotland
Area: 23620 sq km
Terrain: mainly flat rift valleys with some urban areas, hills and ancient volcanic zones.
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Ben More, 1174 m (Stirling)
Duad Degree: 7½-10° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Leo/Sun
Stargate Link: 7°Leo42’: Gamma Cancri, Asellus Bolearis; 8°Leo53’: Delta Cancri, Asellus Australis, Cancer.
L1 System Division: Region D5-8 consists of the southern area of the Country System of Scotland. It includes 22 of the 32 council areas (unitary authorities) in Scotland.
Power Sites: u.c.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: YinL41-16, BalL11-55(1), UvgL11-55, OctL11-55, IcoL11-55
Sacred Cone Sites: D5-8-5
Sacred Cone Gems: D5-8-5
D5-8-1 FIFE, GB-FIF: Glenrothes
St Andrews [1st: 5km-YinL41-16, sacred city, 56° 20′ 13.12″ N, 2° 47′ 59.14″ W]; Anstruther [2nd: RSG, secret bunker]; Dumferline; Glenrothes; Kircaldy; [West Lomond, highest point, 522 m, 4km-BalL11-55(1)]
D5-8-2 STIRLING, GB-STG: Stirling
Stirling [1st: City 1888; 2nd: Battle of Stirling, 11/09/1297, 56° 7′ 37″ N, 3° 56′ 5″ W]; Bannockburn [2nd: Battle of Bannockburn, 1314, 56° 5′ 24″ N, 3° 54′ 36″ W]; Crianlarich [1st: Ben More, highest point, 1174 m]; [1st: Trossachs¸ glen]
D5-8-3 EAST LOTHIAN, GB- ELN: Haddington, MIDLOTHIAN, GB-MLN: Dalkeith
East Lothian: Haddington [John Knox b] [2nd: Traprain Law, hillfort, 1500BC]; East Linton [1st: Kingside Hill, Stone circle, 1500BC]; Musselburgh
Midlothian: Dalkeith [6km-BalL11-55(1)]; Glencorse [1st: stone circle]; Rosslin [3rd: SCS/G Rosslyn Chapel, 1500, 55° 51′ 19″ N, 3° 9′ 29″ W, on-BalL11-55(1)]; [1st: Scald Law, Pentland Hills]
D5-8-4 CLACKMANNANSHIRE, GB-CLK: Alloa; FALKIRK, GB-FAL: Falkirk; WEST LOTHIAN, GB-WLN: Livingston
Falkirk: Falkirk [2nd: Battle of Falkirk, 1298, 55° 59′ 56.4″ N, 3° 47′ 6″ W]; Bonnybridge [2nd: incident]; Bonnybridge [2nd: UFO sightings zone]
West Lothian: Livingston; Bathgate [2nd: Cairnpapple Hill, mound, 2500BC]; Linlithgow [1st: Linlithgow Palace] [Mary Queen of Scots b]
D5-8-5 CITY OF EDINBURGH, GB-EDH: Edinburgh
Edinburgh [1st: City 1329, on-BalL11-55(1), St Giles Cathedral; St Mary’s Cathedral (Metropolitan Church), RC Province of St Andrews and Edinburgh; St Mary’s Cathedral, SEC Diocese of Edinburgh; Royal Botanic Garden 55° 57′ 19″ N, 3° 10′ 56″ W; SCS Mansfield Traquair Centre; 2nd: Calton Hill 55° 57′ 19″ N, 3° 10′ 56″ W; Edinburgh Castle; PrO VicPraMandir (Vicarial Society of Edinburgh); Greyfriars Kirkyard; 3rd: SCS/G Arthur’s Seat 55° 56′ 39″ N, 3° 9′ 43″ W; Salisbury Centre]; [Reginald Ogilvie Crombie (ROC); Arthur Conan Doyle; David Hume; Robert Louis Stevenson; Walter Scott b; 12.12.8DM; 5.6.8DF]
D5-8-6 SCOTTISH BORDERS, GB-SCB: Newtown St Boswells
Newtown St Boswells; Melrose [1st: Melrose Abbey, RC Cistercian, Robert the Bruce’s heart, 1136, 55° 35′ 53.8″ N, 2° 43′ 5.5″ W]
D5-8-7 DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY, GB-DGY: Dumfries
Dumfries; [2nd: Comlongon Castle (nr Ruthwell), 1400; Torehouse Muir, stone circle, 2000BC]; Kelloholm [David Wells b]; Eskdalemuir [1st: Samye Ling, Tibetan Buddhist monastery]; Gretna Green [1st: Old Blacksmith Shop, S7]; Lockerbie [2nd:Corrie Common stone circle; Bombing, 1988]
D5-8-8 NORTH AYRSHIRE, GB-NAY: Irvine; INVERCLYDE, GB-IVC: Greenock
North Ayrshire: Irvine [7km-UvgL/OctL/IcoL11-55]; Brodick (Arran) [2nd: Brodick Castle]; Holy Isle (Arran) [1st: Holy Isles, Samyé Ling Buddhist Community]; Kilwinning [1st: Mother Lodge of Scotland, Lodge 0, 1200, 55° 39′ 20.88″ N, 4° 42′ 10.8″ W, 5km-UvgL/OctL/IcoL11-55]; Millport (Isle of Cumbrae) [1st: Cathedral of the Isles, SEC Diocese of Argyll and the Isles, 6km-UvgL/OctL/IcoL11-55]
Inverclyde: Greenock [3km-UvgL/OctL/IcoL11-55]
D5-8-9 SOUTH AYRSHIRE, GB-SAY: Ayr; EAST AYRSHIRE, GB-EAY: Kilmarnock
South Ayrshire: Ayr [1st: Ayr Cathedral (of St Margaret), RC Diocese of Galloway]; Dunure [2nd: Electric Brae, gravity hill]; Turnberry [Robert the Bruce b]
East Ayrshire: Kilmarnock [2nd: Dean Castle, 1400]
D5-8-10 GLASGOW CITY, GB-GLG: Glasgow
Glasgow [1st: City 1492, St Mungo’s Cathedral; St Andrew’s Cathedral, RC Province of Glasgow; St Mary’s Cathedral, SEC Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway; 2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Glasgow; Glasgow Necropolis; Celtic Park Stadium, Celtic]; Ibrox [2nd: Ibrox Stadium, Rangers]; Mount Florida [2nd: Hampden Park Stadium, Queens Park FC]
D5-8-11 NORTH LANARKSHIRE, GB-NLK; Motherwell; SOUTH LANARKSHIRE, GB-SLK: Hamilton
North Lanarkshire: Motherwell [1st: Motherwell Cathedral, RC Diocese of Motherwell]; Airdrie; Bellshill; Cumbernauld; Wishaw
South Lanarkshire: Hamilton [2nd: Biggar, motte/bailey castle]; Cambuslang; East Kilbride; Rutherglen
D5-8-12 EAST DUNBARTONSHIRE, GB-EDU: Kirkintilloch; WEST DUNBARTONSHIRE, GB-WDU: Dumbarton; RENFREWSHIRE, GB-RFW; Paisley; EAST RENFREWSHIRE, GB-ERW: Giffnock
East Dunbartonshire: Kirkintilloch; Bearsden; Bishopbriggs; Kirkintilloch
East Renfrewshire: Giffnock; Barrhead
Renfrewshire: Paisley [1st: St Mirin’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Paisley]; Eldersly [William Wallace b]; Newton Mearns; Renfrew
West Dunbartonshire: Dumbarton; Clydebank
L2 System Division: Region D5-8 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is within the Secondary Jurisdictions of the Aberdine Bhime Distria, Embre Vikare Bhime Distria and Glasgove Bhime Distria, operated by the Aberdine Kirte Samaya (Society of Aberdeen) the Embre Vikare Samaya (Vicarial Society of Edinburgh) and the Glasgove Kirte Samaya (Society of Glasgow).
Handorian States Reference: The Metropolitan Nation of Holsart is the oldest territory of Hartem, where the earliest settlements established after the emergence. Compared to what developed around it, Holsart is not particularly relevant in later Ages. The outer surface of most of its territory has been preserved just as it was in the early ages, offering a huge contrast with the current general make-up of Hartem. In the Epic context, Holsart is significant for the legendary presence of the Sacred Cone Golden Seed.
Holstra Portal: H5-8
Holsart Portal: D5-8-5
North East England,
Yorkshire and the Humber
Location: North East England
Area: 24012 sq km
Elevation extremes: Highest point: The Cheviot, 815 m (Northumberland)
Duad Degree: 10-12½° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Sagittarius/Jupiter
Stargate Link: 1°Leo30’: Lambda Dracionis, Giausar, Draco.
L1 System Division: Region D5-9 consists of two government office regions (North East England, Yorkshire and the Humber), which are two of the nine official regions of the Country System of England. This is a Rank 1 System with low status since the regions in England are mainly used for statistical purposes. North East England consists of 4 ceremonial counties and Yorkshire and the Humber of 4.
Durham: North East England ceremonial county and unitary district, consisting of 4 unitary authorities. The county town is Durham.
North Yorkshire: ceremonial county and non-metropolitan county, consisting of 7 districts and 4 unitary authorities. The county town is Northallerton. The 7 districts and the unitary authority of York are in the Yorkshire and the Humber region, while the unitary authorities of Redcar and Cleveland, Middlesbrough, and Stoke-on-Trent (south of river Tees) are in North East England.
Northumberland: North East England ceremonial county and unitary district. The county town is Morpeth.
South Yorkshire: Yorkshire and the Humber ceremonial county and metropolitan county, consisting of 4 metropolitan boroughs.
Tyne and Wear: North East England ceremonial county and metropolitan county, consisting of 5 metropolitan boroughs.
West Yorkshire: Yorkshire and the Humber ceremonial county and metropolitan county, consisting of 5 metropolitan boroughs.
East Riding of Yorkshire: Yorkshire and the Humber ceremonial county and unitary district, consisting of 2 unitary authorities. The county town is Beverley.
Power Sites: u.c.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: YinL41-16: UVG11-UVG41
Sacred Cone Sites: –
Sacred Cone Gems: –
D5-9-1 SOUTH YORKSHIRE, Sheffield, Rotherham, Barnsley, Doncaster
Sheffield: Sheffield [1st: City 1893, Sheffield Cathedral (of St Peter and Paul), CE Diocese of Sheffield; 2nd: Don Valley Stadium, Rotherham FC]
D5-9-2 WEST YORKSHIRE, Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Wakefield
Bradford: Bradford [S9] [1st: City, 1897, 8km-BalL11-55(1), Cathedral Church of St Peter, 1458, CE Diocese of Bradford] [5.6.5ST]; Haworth [Brontë sisters r]; Cottingley [2nd: Cottingley Fairies]; Ilkley [2nd: Ilkley Moor, Stones: The 12 Apostles, 53° 54′ 10.22″ N, 1° 49′ 40.73″ W]; Keighley [1st: Bradup stone circle]
Calderdale: Halifax [S8] [1st: on-BalL11-55(1), CE Archdeaconry]; Ripponden [1st: stone circle]
Kirklees: Huddersfield [on-BalL11-55(1)]
Wakefield: Wakefield [1st: City 1888, Wakefield Cathedral (of All Saints), CE Diocese of Wakefield], Pontefract [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
D5-9-3 WEST YORKSHIRE: Leeds, GB-LDS:
Leeds [S7] [1st: City 1893, Leeds Cathedral (of St Anne), RC Diocese of Leeds; CE Archdeaconry] [1.1.4CD]; Caverley [Frederick William Faber b]
D5-9-4 NORTH YORKSHIRE, GB-NYK:
Craven: Craven [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Harrogate: Harrogate; Aldfield [1st: Fountains Abbey]; Ripon [1st: City 1836, Ripon Cathedral, 672, CE Diocese of Ripon and Leeds]
Richmondshire: Richmond [1st: CE Archdeaconry]; Hipswell [John Wycliffe b]
D5-9-5 NORTH YORKSHIRE, GB-NYK: Northallerton:
Ryedale: Ryedale; Rievaulx [1st: Rievaulx Abbey]
Scarborough: Scarborough; Whitby [1st: Whitby Abbey, ruins, 657]; Wykeham [1st: stone circle]
D5-9-6 NORTH YORKSHIRE, York, GB-YOR: York
York [S9/S4] [1st: City TI, York Minster (Cathedral and Metropolitan Church of St Peter), 627, CE Province of York, 53° 57′ 43″ N, 1° 4′ 55″ W; Clifford’s Tower; Holy Trinity Church; 2nd: Judge’s Court; PrO Mandir, Society of York]
Selby: Selby; Towton [2nd: Battle of Towton, War of the Roses, 29/04/1462, 53° 50′ 9″ N, 1° 16′ 24″ W]
D5-9-7 LINCOLNSHIRE, North Lincolnshire, GB-NLN: Scunthorpe; North East Lincolnshire, GB-NEL: Grimsby
North East Lincolnshire: Grimsby [S12] [on-YinL41-16]
North Lincolnshire: Scunthorpe; Epworth [John and Charles Wesley b]
D5-9-8 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE, GB-ERY: Beverley, Kingston upon Hull
Beverley [1st: Beverley Minster] [St John Fisher b; St John of Beverley d]; Bridlington [1st: Priory of St Mary]; Harpham [St John of Beverley b]; Stamford Bridge [2nd: Battle of Stamford Bridge, 1066]
Kingston upon Hull: Kingston upon Hull [S8] [1st: City, 1897; 4km-YinL41-16], Holy Trinity Church] [William Wilberforce b]
D5-9-9 NORTHUMBERLAND, GB-NBL: Morpeth
Morpeth; Alnwick [2nd: Battle of Alnwick, 1093/1174, 55° 25′ 34.32″ N, 1° 42′ 1.8″ W, on-YinL41-16]; Berwick-upon-Tweed; Lindisfarne [1st: Lindisfarne, CE Archdeaconry, Holy island, monastic, 635CE, 55° 40′ 16.68″ N, 1° 47′ 43.8″ W, 10km-YinL41-16] [St Aidan, St Cuthbert r]; [1st: Carrawburgh, Coventina’s well, Mithraeum, 100BC, 55° 2′ 6″ N, 2° 13′ 19.2″ W; The Cheviot, highest peak, 815 m; Dunstanburgh Castle (nr Craster), 1314]
D5-9-10 TYNE AND WEAR, Gateshead, Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Sunderland
Gateshead: Gateshead [1st: The Sage Gateshead, pR]
Newcastle upon Tyne: Newcastle upon Tyne [S8] [1st: City 1882, Newcastle Cathedral, CE Diocese of Newcastle; Newcastle Cathedral (of St Mary), RC Diocese of Newcastle; 2nd: St James’s Park Stadium]
North Tyneside: Wallsend; Tynemouth [1st: Tynemouth Castle] [Henry Percy b]
South Tyneside: South Shields [6km-YinL41-16]; Jarrow [1st: St Paul’s Church] [St Bede r]
Sunderland: Sunderland [1st: City 1992, 10km-YinL41-16, Sunderland Minster Church (of St Michaels and All Angels), CE Archdeaconry]
D5-9-11 NORTH YORKSHIRE: Middlesbrough; Redcar and Cleveland; Stockton-on-Tees
Middlesbrough: Middlesbrough [1st: Middlesbrough Cathedral (of St Mary the Virgin), RC Diocese of Middlesbrough]
Redcar and Cleveland: Eston; Cleveland [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Stockton-on-Tees: Stockton-on-Tees; [1st: Mount Grace Priory, Carthusian, ruins]
D5-9-12 DURHAM, GB-DUR: Durham, Darlington, Hartlepool
Durham [1st: City TI, Durham Cathedral, 945, CE Diocese of Durham, 54° 46′ 25″ N, 1° 34′ 34″ W] [Michael Scot b, 7.7.6SR]; Consett [2nd: Lord Crewe Arms, manor house]; Chester-le-Street [1st: Lumley Castle, 1392]; Bishop Auckland [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
L2 System Division: Region D5-9 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is within the Secondary Jurisdictions of the Karlaile Bhime Distria, Linkolne Bhime Distria and Yorkshire Bhime Distria, operated by the Karlaile Kirte Samaya (Society of Carlisle), the Linkolne Kirte Samaya (Society of Lincoln) and the Yorkshie Kirte Samaya (Society of Yorkshire).
Handorian States Reference: The Metropolitan Nation of Donarul lies in the far eastern zone of the State and constitutes and Age 4 metropolitan development. Donarulish are highly mobile, migrating and adventurous beings, with a compelling urge to discover what lies beyond, unveil hidden truths and then return home to describe their findings. They arepopular for their laughters, which are extensively promoted in South East Donarul, near the Lenning border. Their pristine challenge involved establishing an outlet in the Handorian Sea, which in Age 3 was regarded as the greatest possible absurdity. As a result Hartem was connected to the Handorian Sea, with the port town of Donandor becoming its far eastern extreme base and the departing point of many other expeditions.
Donalur Portal: H5-9, Donandor
Donarul Portal: –
North West England
Location: North West England
Area: 14165 sq km
Elevation extremes: Highest point in England: Scafell Pike, 978 m (Cumbria)
Duad Degree: 12½-15° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Sagittarius-Jupiter
Stargate Link: 13°Leo48’: Alpha Cancri, Acubens, Cancer.
L1 System Division: Region D5-10 consists of one government office region (North West England, Yorkshire), which is one of the nine official regions of the Country System of England. This is a Rank 1 System with low status since the regions in England are mainly used for statistical purposes. North West England consists of 5 ceremonial counties.
Cheshire: ceremonial county with 4 unitary authorities and Chester, as county town.
Cumbria: ceremonial county and non-metropolitan county with 6 districts and Carlisle, as county town.
Greater Manchester: ceremonial county and metropolitan county with 10 metropolitan boroughs.
Lancashire: ceremonial county and non-metropolitan county with 12 districts and two unitary authorities. Preston is the county town.
Merseyside: ceremonial county and metropolitan county with 5 metropolitan boroughs.
Power Sites: u.c.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: –
Sacred Cone Sites: D5-10-1, D5-10-9
Sacred Cone Gems: D5-10-9
D5-10-1 CUMBRIA, GB-CMA: Carlisle
Carlisle: Carlisle [1st: City TI, Carlisle Cathedral, CE Diocese of Carlisle; 2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Carlisle, SCS] [9.10.8DH]
Eden: Penrith [1st: Nine Standards Rigg (nr Kirkby Stephen); 2nd: Long Megg and Her Daughters, Stone circle, 1700BC, 54° 43′ 40.58″ N, 2° 40′ 3.54″ W]; Barton [1st: The Cockpit, stone circle]; Mallerstang [1st: Pendragon Castle, on-BalL11-55(1)]; Shap [1st: stone circle]; Troutbeck [1st: stone circle];
D5-10-2 CHESHIRE, GB-CHS: Cheshire East: Sandbach
Sandbach [1st: Alderley Edge, Arthur]; Baddington [2nd: Hack Green, secret nuclear bunker]; Crewe [2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Crewe]; Macclefield [1st: CE Archdeaconry; 2nd: Prestbury]
D5-10-3 CHESHIRE, GB-CHS: Chester
Cheshire West and Chester, Chester [1st: City, 1541, Chester Cathedral, CE Diocese of Chester; 2nd: Northgate, pR, S1, Roman gate]
Halton: Widnes; Daresbury [Lewis Carroll b]
Warrington: Warrington [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
D5-10-4 GREATER MANCHESTER, Manchester, GB-MAN: Manchester
Manchester [S4] [1st: City 1853, Manchester Cathedral, CE Diocese of Manchester; 2nd: City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester City] [Alice Bailey b]
D5-10-5 GREATER MANCHESTER, Bolton, Bury, Salford, Trafford, Wigan
Bolton: Bolton [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Salford: Salford [1st: City 1926, Salford Cathedral (of St Mary), RC Diocese of Salford]
Trafford: Stretford; Old Trafford [2nd: Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester United]
D5-10-6 LANCASHIRE, Blackburn with Darwen, GB-BBD: Blackburn
D5-10-7 GREATER MANCHESTER, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside
Oldham: Oldham [8.2.5RP]
Rochdale: Rochdale [1st: CE Archdeaconry]; Middleton [1st: CE Archdeaconry]
Tameside: Ashton-under-Lyne [S2]
D5-10-8 MERSEYSIDE, Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens, Wirral
Liverpool: Liverpool [S8] [1st: City 1880, Liverpool Cathedral (of Christ), CE Diocese of Liverpool; Liverpool Metropolitan Cathderal (of Christ the King), RC Province of LiverpoolI; Penny Lane; 2nd: Abercombry Square; Mersey Tunnel; PrO Mandir, Society of Liverpool; Goodison Park Stadium, Everton FC] [John Lennon; George Harrison b]
St Helens: St Helens
D5-10-9 LANCASHIRE, GB-LAN:
Burnley: Burnley [2nd: Pendle Hill, Witchcraft, 53° 52′ 8.4″ N, 2° 18′ 0″ W; PrO Mandir, Society of Lancashire; Panopticon, alien monument] [6.12.8AB]; Worsthorne [2nd: stone circle]
Pendle: Nelson, Colne
Ribble Valley: Clitheroe; Whalley [1st: Whalley Abbey; Whalley Viaduct; SCS/G]
D5-10-10 LANCASHIRE GB-LAN: Preston
Fylde: Lytham St Annes
Lancaster: Lancaster [S12] [1st: City 1937; Lancaster Cathedral (of St Peter), RC Diocese of Lancaster; Lancaster Priory (St Mary’s Church) CE Archdeaconry]
Preston: Preston [S12] [1st: City 2002]; Goosnargh [2nd: Royal Observer Corps 11 Group HQ, Underground Bunker]; Whittingham [2nd: Chingle Hall, 1300]
South Ribble: Leyland
West Lancashire: Ormskirk
Wyre: Poulton-le-Fylde; Bleasdale [1st: stone circle]
D5-10-11 LANCASHIRE, Blackpool, GB-BPL: Blackpool
Blackpool [S5] [1st: Cathedral Church of Blackburn St Mary the Virgin, 1826, CE Diocese of Blackburn]
D5-10-12 CUMBRIA, GB-CMA
Allerdale: Workington; Cockermouth [William Wordsworth b]; Keswick [1st: Castlerigg, Stone circle, 3000BC, 54° 36′ 9.32″ N, 3° 5′ 50.96″ W]
Barrow-in-Furness: Barrow-in-Furness [1st: Furness Abbey, ruins]
Copeland: Whitehaven; Millom [1st: Sunkenkirk, stone circle]; Ravenglass [2nd: Muncaster Castle]; St Bees [1st: St Bees Priory]
South Lakeland: Kendal; Cartmel [1st: Priory Church of Cartmel]; [Scafell Pike, Highest point in England, 978 m]; Swarthmoor [1st: Swarthmoor Hall, Quaker]; Windermere
L2 System Division: Region D5-10 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is within the Secondary Jurisdictions of the Karlaile Bhime Distria, the Krue Bhime Distria, the Lancashire Bhime Distria and the Mersisaide Bhime Distria, operated by the Karlaile Kirte Samaya (Society of Carlisle), the Krue Kirte Samaya (Society of Crewe), the Lancashire Kirte Samaya (Society of Lancashire) and the Mersisaide Kirte Samaya (Society of Merseyside).
Handorian States Reference: The Metropolitan Nation of Hillaram is located in the western area of the State of Hartem. Its most spectacular feature is Hillah, an enormous circular prominence of land rising steeply above the surrounding territory of Hartem. Also on Hillah we find the ruined palace and walls of the Provordo Principality.
Hillmara Portal: H5-10, Inner Hillah
Hillaram Portal: D5-10-1
Location: North Scotland
Area: 58480 sq km
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Lowest point:
Duad Degree: 15-17½° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Sagittarius-Jupiter
Stargate Link: 15°Leo21’: Alpha Ursae Majoris, Dubhe, Cancer.
L1 System Division: Region D5-11 consists of the northern area of the Country System of Scotland. It includes 10 of the 32 council areas (unitary authorities) in Scotland.
Power Sites: u.c.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: UVG11-Loch More: (Aultanrynie, Sutherland, Highland), D5-11-11, 58° 16’ 47” N, 4° 47’ 59” W
Earth Grid Lines: several lines due to the above Point
Sacred Cone Sites: D5-11-4, D5-11-8, D5-11-10
Sacred Cone Gems: D5-11-4, D5-11-8, D5-11-10
D5-11-1 ABERDEENSHIRE, GB-ABD: Aberdeen, Aberdeen City, GB-ABE Aberdeen City: Aberdeen [1st: City 1891, St Mary’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Aberdeen; 2nd: PrO Mandir, Society of Aberdeen; St Machar Cathedral, CS; Battle of Aberdeen, 1644]
Banff and Buchan: Lonmay [1st: stone circle]; [2nd: Deer Abbey, 1219]; Old Deer [1st: Loudon Wood, stone circle]; Peterhead
Formantine: Auchterless [1st: Logie Newton stone circle]; Foveran [1st: Hill of Fiddes, stone circle]; Inverkeithny [1st: Backhill of Drachlaw, stone circle]; Tarves [1st: stone circle];
Garioch: Daviot [1st: Loanhead stone circle; Newcraig stone circle]; Echt [2nd: Cullerlie Stone Circle]; Insch [1st: stone circle]; Inverurie [2nd: Easter Aquhorthies Stone Circle]; Kintore [1st: stone circle]
Marr: [1st: Balmoral Castle; 2nd: Braemar Castle, on-YinL41-16]; Alford [2nd: Greystone, Stone circle; North Strone, stone circle]; Banchory [2nd: Esslie Stone Circle]; Crimond [1st: Netherton stone circle]; Monymusk [1st: Whitehill stone circle]; Rhynie [1st: Upper Ord, stone circle]; Tarland [2nd: Tomnaverie Stone Circle; Melgum Lodge]
Kincardine & Mearns: [2nd: Crathes Castle (nr Banchory), 1500, 4km-TetL8, RDoL8]
D5-11-2 ANGUS, GB-ANS: Forfar, Dundee City, GB-DND
Forfar [on-YinL41-16, 2nd: Dunnichen Hill, battle, 685]; Arbroath; Edzell [1st: Dalhousie Arch; stone circle]
Dundee City: Dundee [1st: City 1889, 1okm-YinL41-16, St Andrew’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Dunkeld; St Paul’s Cathedral, SEC Diocese of Brechrin]
D5-11-3 PERTH & KINROSS, GB-PKN: Perth
Perth [1st: on-BalL11-55(1), Cathedral of St Ninian, SEC Diocese of St Andrews]; Comrie [2nd: Cultybraggan RGHQ; Balmuick stone circle]; Crieff [1st: stone circle]; Fortingall [3rd: SCS Fortingall Yew, oldest tree in Europe] [Pontius Pilate b]; Killiecrankie [2nd: Battle of Killiecrankie, 1689]; Methwen [2nd: Battle of Methwen, 1306]; Pitlochry [1st: stone circle]; Scone [1st: Stone of Destiny, Scottish kings, 843, 56° 35′ 52.4″ N, 4° 3′ 19.48″ W; 4km-BalL11-55(1)]; [1st: Ben Lawers, highest point, 1241 m; Croft Moraig, Stone circle, 2850BC]
D5-11-4 ARGYLL & BUTE, GB-AGB
Oban, Lorn & Mull: Bunessan [1st: stone circle]; Craignure [1st: Torosay Castle; stone circle]; Iona [3rd: SCS/G Iona, Monastic, Abbey, Hut circle, St Columba, 600, 56° 20′ 0″ N, 6° 25′ 0″ W]; Oban [1st: St Columba’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Argyll and the Isles; St John’s Cathedral, SEC Diocese of Argyll and the Isles]
D5-11-5 ARGYLL & BUTE, GB-AGB: Lochgilphead
Mid Argyll, Kintyre & Islay: Lochgilphead
Bute & Cowal: Kilmartin [1st: Temple Wood, Stone circle, 1750 BC, 56° 7′ 27.58″ N, 5° 29′ 47.61″ W]; Kingarth [1st: stone circle]; Kintyre [2nd: Ballochroy, Stone circle, 1800 BC, 55° 42′ 35.24″ N, 5° 37′ 11.21″ W];
Helensburg & Lomond:
D5-11-6 EILEAN SIAR/LEWIS, GB-ELS: Stornoway
Stornoway [1st: Callanish, Stone circle, 1800 BC, 58° 12′ 0″ N, 6° 44′ 24″ W, 7km-UvgL43-24-18, OctL43-24-18]; Harris [1st: stone circle]
D5-11-7 HIGHLAND, GB-HLD: Skye and Lochalsh
D5-11-8 MORAY, GB-MRY: Elgin
Elgin [1st: Elgin Cathedral, RC, ruins; Pluscarden Abbey, RC monastery; 2nd: PrO PraMandir, Grand Society of Northern Scotland] [3.1.4ES]; Alves [2nd: Quarrelwood]; Burghead [1st: Burghead Well]; Fochabers [2nd: Gordon Castle, 1470, sacred tree: yash; Ben Macdui, no.2 UK highest point, 1309 m]; Findhorn [on-TetL8/RDoL8, 3rd: SCS/G The Park, Findhorn Foundation]; Forres [on-TetL8/RDoL8, 3rd: SCS/G Cluny Hill College, 57° 36′ 40.5″ N, 3° 36′ 38.6″ W; SCS/G; Cluny Hill; Randolph’s Leap]; Grantown-on-Spey; Hopeman [3rd SCS/G Primrose Bay]; Inveravon [1st: Lagmore stone circle]; Kinloss [2nd: RAF Kinloss]; Lossiemouth [4km-YanL33-23]; Milltown of Rothiemay [1st: stone circle]; Rafford [1st: Templestone stone circle]; Rothes; Urquhart [1st: Stanes of Urquhart, stone circle]
D5-11-9 ORKNEY ISLANDS, GB-ORK: Kirkwall
Kirkwall [1st: Maeshowe, Cairn, 3000BC, 58° 57′ 36″ N, 3° 13′ 26.4″ W; Dwarfie Stane, Burial stone, 3000BC; Skara Brae, Settlement, 3000BC, 59° 2′ 55″ N, 3° 20′ 35″ W; 2nd: Mid Howe, Cairn, 3000BC; 3rd: Ring of Brodgar, Stone circle, 2500BC, 59° 0′ 7.2″ N, 3° 13′ 43.32″ W]; Lamb Holm [1st: Italian Chapel]
D5-11-10 HIGHLAND, Badenoch and Strathprey, Locahber, Nairn, GB-HLD: Inverness
Badenoch and Strathprey:
Inverness: Inverness [1st: City 2000, Inverness Cathedral (of St Andrew) SEC Diocese of Inverness; 2nd: SCS/G Clava Cairn, Stone circle, cairn, 3000BC, 57° 28′ 25.21″ N, 4° 4′ 27.66″ W, 8km-BalL11-55(1), 9km-YinL41-16; Battle of Culloden, 1746, 57° 28′ 42″ N, 4° 5′ 51″ W; Castle Stuart, 1561]; Aviemore [1st: stone circle]; Fort Augustus [3rd: SCS/G Loch Ness]
Lochaber: [1st: Ben Nevis, 1343 m]; Glen Coe [2nd: Massacre of Glencoe, 1692, 56° 39′ 45″ N, 5° 3′ 25″ W] [Ossian b]; Fort William; Kingussie
D5-11-11 HIGHLAND, Caithness, Ross and Cromarty, Sutherland, GB-HLD:
[UVG11 (Loch More) 58° 16’ 47” N, 4° 47’ 59” W]
Caithness: Latheron [1st: stone circle]; Thurso; Wick
Ross & Cromarty: Cromarty; Dingwall; Fortrose; Invergordon; Tain
Sutherland: Dornoch; Lairg [1st: Druim Baile Fiur, stone circle]; Rogart [1st: Croc An Laith-Bhaid, stone circle]
D5-11-12 SHETLAND ISLANDS, GB-ZET: Lerwick
L2 System Division: Region D5-11 is part of the ProvOrdo Primary Jurisdiction of Britanie Pradesia, and is within the Secondary Jurisdictions of the Invere Bhime Prasamaya (Grand Society of Northern Scotland).
Handorian States Reference: The Metropolitan Nation of Lenning is the most popular setting for the Game of the Sacred Cone. Together with Tudor, Lenning was the chief sponsors of the voyage into the Last Frontier. It is during the legendary contest between Tudor and Lenning in the Central Stadium of Hartem, that Handor chanted its unprecedented epic song, inviting the two best teams of the Handorian States to form a special coalition aimed at moving beyond the Last Frontier. Lenning has achieved the greatest triumphs in the Handorian States Super League in Age 3 and 4. In Age 4 it was agreed to articulate Lenning into three teams, Lenning Central, Lenning City and Lenning High. Lenning is located in the south-east area of Hartem, and is a huge metropolis abundant with multi-levelled roads, buildings and structures. It is divided into 12 Metropolitan Counties: Lenning Central, Lenning City, Lenning High, North Lenning, Northlen East, Northlen West, Kirlenin, Stacklenn, Lenfin, Turflen, Lenning Points, Lenning Court. Kirlenin is the celebrated borderline with the State of Kirway, also known as the Hard Shoulder. Lenningian people are the heroic liberators of the Handorian States System and figure prominently in the Handorian Interspace System, including key zones of planet Earth.
Lenngni Portal: H5-11, Lenning High
Lenning Portal: D5-11-8
Isle of Man
Area: 14415 sq km
Elevation extremes: Highest point: Lowest point:
Duad Degree: 17½-20° Leo
Decanate Sign/Ruler: Sagittarius-Jupiter
Stargate Link: 19°Leo42’: Lambda Ursae Majoris, Tania Bolearis, Ursa Major.
L1 System Division: is a Country System divided into 26 districts (Rank 1), which are unitary authorities, and six traditional counties, which no longer serve any administrative purpose. Northern Ireland is embodied in PTU Region D5-12, together with the Isle of Man.
Church Jurisdiction: In Northern Ireland the Roman Catholic Church of Ireland is the largest single church, the Presbyterian Church in Ireland the second, followed by the Church of Ireland (Anglican).
Power Sites: u.c.
Earth Grid Intersection Points: –
Earth Grid Lines: BalL11-55(3)
Sacred Cone Sites: –
Sacred Cone Gems: –
D5-12-1 Belfast City, Castlereagh
Belfast City: Belfast [1st: City 1888, St Peter’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Belfast; 2nd: Belfast City Cemetery; PrO Mandir, Society of Northern Ireland] [C.S Lewis b]
D5-12-2 Ards, Down, North Down, Lisburn [1st: City 2002]
North Down: Bangor
Lisburn: Lisburn [1st: City 2002]
D5-12-3 Banbridge, Newry and Mourne
Newry and Mourne: Newry [1st: City 2002, Newry Cathedral, RC Diocese of Dromore],
D5-12-4 Armagh, Craigavon
Armagh: Armagh [1st: City 1994, St Patrick’s Cathedral, RC Province of Armagh; St Patrick’s Cathedral, CI Archdiocese of Armagh; 2nd: Navan Fort, Mound, Ulster Kings, 100BC]
D5-12-5 Cookstown, Dungannon and South Tyrone, Magherafeld
Dungannon and South Tyrone: Dungannon; Augher [1st: Knockmany]
D5-12-6 Omagh, Strabane
D5-12-7 Coleraine, Derry City, Limavady
Derry City: Derry [1st: City 1604, St Eugene’s Cathedral, RC Diocese of Derry]
Fermanagh: Enniskillen [2nd: Devenish Island (Lough Erne), Monastic, St Molaise, 500CE]
D5-12-9 Ballymena, Ballymoney, Moyle
D5-12-10 Carrickfergus, Larne
D5-12-11 Antrim, Newtownabbey
D5-12-12 ISLE OF MAN, IM: Douglas
Peel [1st: Peel Cathedral (of St German), CE Diocese of Sodor and Man]; Calf of Man [on-Uvg/Oct/IcolL11-55]
L2 System Division: Region D5-12 is part of the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction of Irlanie Upradesia within the Seconday Jurisdiction of the Uttarirlanie Bhime Distria, operated by the Uttarirlanie Samaya (Society of Northern Ireland).
Handorian States Reference: The Metropolitan Nation of Surahar lies in the western area of the State and hosts Grand Hartem Waterfront and the Handorian States Harbour, which is the most notable feature of the State of Hartem. Surahar also includes the enclave of Surapis.
Surarah Portal: H5-12, Surapis
Surahar Portal: –