Cologne, (Koln) Germany 1940's

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Cologne, (Koln) Germany 1940's

Post by Fenton » Fri Jun 07, 2019 1:17 pm

We know that there was a star city at Cologne, Germany in the past -

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and this is what it looks like today -

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but how much remained of the star city - and it's many satellites - in the 1940's?


Let's take a look. There are many satellites orbiting the main city at varying distances. There are at least two rings that can be identified - one at 6km (a fairly standard distance) and another at approx 8km. It looks like Cologne was a major star city/hub.

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Here's one satellite - 50°53'26.07" N 6°58'26.02" E - that has been completely removed and is now a golf course. So often the case ;) - It looks as though it had possibly been inundated by flood and a layer of silt or mud laid down over the top if it at some point in the past. (I'll post a pic at the end of the thread showing what must be fairly recent 'mud-flooding' in the area as a whole). Also, Many, many, MANY canals were tree-lined.

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Another satellite, very close to the one above, at 50°53'55.33" N 6°59'00.85" E - this one is now almost covered by trees, but originally it appears to have had some kind of ornamental garden in the centre of it -


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and a closer look -


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Another satellite, very similar to the one that is now a golf course, sits at 50°54'51.87" N 6°53'28.49" E -


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This satelleite has a path leading from it to what appears to be another couple of ornamental gardens, today repurposed as sports tracks.

Below: and another at 50°58'17.54" N 6°51'36.81" E - similar to the other two, but with more of it's structure unearthed.


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Another satellite sits at 50°54'34.94" N 7°01'17.80" E - now completely obscured by trees. (a side note - after studying many thousands of 1940's aerial images, it looks like it takes about 70-80 years for a barren wasteland to re-seed itself and become a lush area of land - I'll show the proof of this on a seperate thread at some point)

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Another satellite at - 50°55'10.28" N 7°01'39.67" E - now completely obscured by trees - wonder if it's still there? (a side note - it's looking increasingly as though many, many satellites were surrounded by trees. Of course, every satellite was linked into the canal system, so there was a ready supply of fresh water for growth. Trees love water. However, there are some instances where there are no trees at all around the satellites - I'll go into that on yet another thread, if I ever find the time - I think the planting process was cut short by the cataclysm, which will be a fascinating topic to study in another lifetime :))

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Hoo, this pic is great - 50°56'48.10" N 6°58'20.31" E

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and a closer look -

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A satellite connected to another structure. (very similar to that which is present at Ulm, Germany - take a look at that thread to see a sat connected to another major structure). Take a look at the above area today - what's in the very centre of the circular area? :lol:

Below: It also looks like there was a major starciv building just above the sat too - but sadly now gone


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The object in this pic may have been a 'floating point' triangulated part of the outer walling system originally surrounding the city. It's in about the right position, according to the drawing at the beginning of this thread. 50°57'27.68" N 6°57'41.52" E Or it could be a smallish satellite.


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And a few more satellites around the city...


one at 50°59'01.89" N 7°00'31.85" E - nearly always a tree-lined canal leading to it! (once upon a time)

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and another just down the canal (road) at 50°58'41.59" N 7°01'21.67" E

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and a little further along...50°58'17.71" N 7°01'33.08" E

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- a satellite with a sports field of some type integrated into it!

and here's a pic of all three in situ -
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Below: a major starciv 'garden' - 50°58'15.64" N 6°52'41.45" E - I say garden, but it could be a burial site maybe - anyway, whatever it is, it's highly ornamental, well laid-out (almost always in square formation with circular or elliptical paths connecting the various areas) and there are thousands of these - all over the world. I keep threatening to do a seperate thread on them and I will at some point. The reason I think they are connected to the starciv is because they integrate so well with the stars, field and canal systems.

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closer look:

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and of course, no self-respecting star city would be complete without an enormous amount of sports complexes, tracks, colosseums etc - 50°56'04.89" N 6°52'29.88" E -

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and 51°01'47.76" N 7°01'13.70" E -

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There are more 'ovals' all over the city, but I've got another case study to do and maybe I'll come back to them at a later date.

PS I checked if any of the 1936 Olympic Games were held at Cologne - thus maybe explaining the crazy number of 'sports fields' in the city and surrounding area - and there were no events held at Cologne!

Oops - almost forgot - here's a pic of some mud-flood in the local(ish) area - down the road from Cologne at - 51°06'04.44" N 6°06'28.09" E -

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The fields are still there, under the mud.


and in the same area 51°06'24.87" N 6°11'44.94" E :

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Re: Cologne, (Koln) Germany 1940's

Post by Starman » Fri Jun 07, 2019 8:49 pm

Super post, Fenton. Amazing to see evidence of multiple sports ovals, coliseums, canal lined tree plantings, public gardens, of course the star forts, endless canals, fields systems and more. You are helping flesh out a bigger picture of what constituted this civilization. Whether we call it Rome or Tartaria or Starciv, it is becoming clear that something well established and sophisticated got wiped out by a catastrophe not long ago. Add in all the amazing architecture from that culture and we can see that our current world is a pale resemblance. Add in the mystery of why it has been hidden from us and we have a story for the ages.

I am curious whether this old world had a different hierarchical social structure than ours. Was it the same old story of indentured laborers providing elegant spaces for the rich, or was the whole society engaged differently? I pine for the example of an uplifted, egalitarian world once upon a time, but don't really have any evidence that it existed.
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Re: Cologne, (Koln) Germany 1940's

Post by Jww427 » Thu Aug 08, 2019 7:42 pm

Great post!

Think about the entire Versailles complex.... (One wonders if there was a starfort)
All that hydraulic engineering and formal sacred geometry gardens, and what? NO BATHROOMS?
The Romans at least had running water outdoor privies.
The kings and queens and royalty were savages, and still are!

The Star civilizations was at least much more egalitarian than ours today, even if they did have an "elite."
No people with that level of truly elegant and artistic technology would be fascists and money grubbers. All that stuff was a public works project en masse.
I think it was an egalitarian civilization, and far older than what we are told. You cant reliably date stone.

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