Sunday, December 2, 2012

Is Susong Dalaga a built pyramid?

Climbing Susong Dalaga
November 30, Friday, was a holiday in the Philippines to honor national heroes led by Andres Bonifacio of Tondo, Manila, the father of the Katipunan secret society that started the Philippine revolution against Spain. That secret society was based on Freemasonic precepts, ancient knowledge and included rigorous initiations and blood compacts.



Also last Friday, a national thanksgiving mass for San Pedro Calungsod of Cebu, the second Filipino saint canonized by the Vatican. Only last month, the Cebu church hierarchy was rocked by scandal when a clergyman there was featured in a NatGeo cover as having a large collection of religious figurines made of ivory from recently slaughtered African elephants. The episode led to other revelations about that man who had been suspended from ministerial duties by the Vatican for sex abuse charges while a priest in California.

Many young people follow the lives of saints and heroes and are, at times, also intrigued by secret societies, their good or dark side and their impact on people's lives. But for the moment some are just into explorations of the world immediately surrounding them.

Kenneth, Jhon Rey, Von and Azreil
That small, informal outdoors group of college boys I have blogged about several times for their explorations may not be into saints and heroes but, like others too, are quietly into discoveries of lesser known places in their beloved island-province.

It’s Susong Dalaga Hill this time and Bagtasan Isthmus they decided to explore. Susong Dalaga is that hill visible wherever you may be in the shores of Sayao Bay, one that looks like a circular based pyramid with an apex right in the middle. Interestingly, you have to pass through a stony isthmus to get there.

What's intriguing is that, as recently as now, an American mystic, David Wilcock, has made claims that the famous Chocolate Hills of Bohol are actually pyramids or ancient monuments. According to Wilcock there are ancient structures around the world aligned on the same grid, one of them being the 1,776 pyramids in Bohol. Others are the earthen mounds built by the Mound Builders in the U.S. and the lost pyramids of Italy.

View of Susong Dalaga from the far-end of Bagtasan
What then, if based on this info, Susong Dalaga happens to be a built-pyramid? And if it is such a pyramid, who did it and why? Wilcock’s new physics theory explains that such structures are built by ‘altering’ matter. A frequency and vibration technology was used to alter the stone blocks molecular structure, so they would become softer and lighter to move, he theorized. The effects of pyramids are connected to gravity, which is pushing down from the sky. “Gravity is a river of energy flowing into the Earth… and that energy can be harnessed by building a funnel-like shape causing gravity’s fluid energy to swirl and create a vortex current”, explained Wilcock. More of David Wilcock here.

But then again, who did it? Aliens?
Boat ride after exploring the cone-shaped structure

View of Bagtasan Isthmus from Susong Dalaga. More interestingly, it is within the periphery of Datum Station Balanacan, the datum origin of all geological surveys in the Philippines. 

Atop Susong Dalaga. Watch the video below.
                 Video of the boys' romance with Susong Dalaga Pyramid


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Susong Dalaga Hill from Bagtasan isthmus

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