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16 17 Around the same time as Sandersons work, an article was published in Moscow in 1973 stating that the Earth could have started out as an angular crystal and only formed into a sphere after hundreds of millions of years. Edges of the great crystal could still be preserved within the planet with its energies still recordable on the surface. Nikolai Goncharov, a Muscovite historian, took the idea a step further by proposing a dodecahedron aligned to the axial northsouth poles and the midAtlantic ridge. He then mapped ancient cultures onto a globe to discover a geometric pattern. Next, with Vyacheslav Morozov, a linguist, and Valery Makarov, an electronics specialist, he published Is the Earth a Large Crystal in Chemistry and Life, the popular science journal of the USSR Academy of Sciences. They then matched Sandersons idea by placing an icosahedron within it. russian discoVeries the crystal core and the dodecahedron This page Various versions of the GoncharovMozochov Makarov Earthcrystal grid. They claimed the lines and points of their grid matched many of the Earths seismic fracture zones and ocean ridges, and also outlined world wide atmospheric highs and lows, the paths of migratory animals, gravitational anomalies, and the sites of many ancient cities after John Sinkiewicz. The geosynclinal areas that divide these platforms go along the edges between the triangles. Underwater mountain ridges in the oceans and the Earths crust breaks usually go along or in parallel to the icosahedron ribs.
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