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8 Mar 2006



Planetary Grid System


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The Planetary Grid System shown below was inspired by an original article by Christopher Bird, "Planetary Grid," published in New Age Journal #5, May 1975, pp. 36-41. The hexakis icosahedron grid, coordinate calculations, and point classification system are the original research of Bethe Hagens and William S. Becker. These materials are distributed with permission of the authors by Conservative Technology Intl. in cooperation with Governors State University, Division of Intercultural Studies, University Park, Illinois 60466 312/534-5000 x2455. This map may be reproduced if they are distributed without charge and if acknowledgement is given to Governors State University (address included) and Mr. Bird.

Click on a number to see a detail map of the area.



1



31.72



N



31.2



E



On the Egyptian continental shelf, in the Mediterranean Sea, at approximately the midpoint between the two outlets of the Nile at Masabb Rashid and Masabb Dumyat



2



52.62



N



31.2



E



On the Sozh River east of Gomel, at the boundary junction of three Soviet republics - Ukraine, Bellorussia, and Russia



3



58.28



N



67.2



E



In the marshy lowlands just west of Tobolsk



4



52.62



N



103.2



E



In the lowlands north of the southern tip of lake Bayal, at the edge of highlands



5



58.28



N



139.2



E



In the highlands along the coast of the Sea of Okhotsk



6



52.62



N



175.2



E



Slightly east of Attu at the western tip of the Aleutian Islands



7



58.28



N



148.8



W



Edge of continental shelf in the Gulf of Alaska



8



52.62



N



112.8



W



Buffalo, Alberta, at the edge of highlands in lowlands



9



58.28



N



76.8



W



Just east of Port Harrison on Hudson's Bay



10



52.62



N



40.8



W



Gibbs Fracture Zone



11



58.28



N



4.8



W



Loch More on the west coast of Scotland



12



26.57



N



67.2



E



On the edge of the Kirthar Range bordering the Indus River Valley, directly north of Karachi



13



31.72



N



103.2



E



At the east edge of the Himalayas in Szechuan Province, just West of the Jiuding Shan summit



14



26.57



N



139.2



E



At the intersection of Kydshu Palau Ridge, the West Mariana Ridge, and the Iwo Jima Ridge



15



31.72



N



175.2



E



At the intersection of Hess Plateau, the Hawaiian Ridge, and the Emperior Seamounts



16



26.57



N



148.8



W



North East of Hawaii, midway between the Murau Fracture Zone and the Molokai Fracture Zone



17



31.72



N



112.8



W



Cerro Cubabi, a highpoint just south of the US/Mexico border near Sonotia and lava fields



18



26.57



N



76.8



W



Edge of continental shelf near Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas



19



31.72



N



40.8



W



Atlantis Fracture Zone



20



26.57



N



4.8



W



In El Eglab, a highland peninsula at the edge of the Sahara Desert sand dunes



21



10.81



N



31.2



E



Sudan Highlands, at the edge of White Nile marshfields



22



0






49.2



E



Somali Abyssal Plain



23



10.81



S



67.2



E



Vema Trench (in the Indian Ozean) at the intersection of the Mascarene Ridge, the Carlsberg Ridge and Maldive Ridge into the Mid-Indian Ridge



24



0






85.2



E



Ceylon Abyssal Plain



25



10.81



N



103.2



E



Kompong Som, a natural bay on the southern coast of Cambodia southwest of Phnom Penh



26



0






121.2



E



At the midpoint of Teluk, Tomini, a bay in the northern area of Sulawesi



27



10.81



S



139.2



E



Midpoint of the mouth of the Gulf of Carpentaria



28



0






157.2



E



Center of Solomon Plateau



29



10.81



N



175.2



E



Midpoint of abyssal plain between Marshall Islands, Mid Pazific Mountains and the Magellan Plateau



30



0






166.8



W



Nova Canton Trough



31



10.81



S



148.8



W



Society Islands



32



0






130.8



W



Galapagos Fracture Zone



33



10.81



N



112.8



W



East end of the Clipperton Fracture Zone



34



0






94.8



W



Junction of the Cocos Ridge and the Carnegie Ridge, just west of the Galapgos Islands



35



10.81



S



76.8



W



Lake Punrrun in Peruvian coastal highlands



36



0






58.8



W



State of Amazonas, at tip of minor watershed highlands



37



10.81



N



40.8



W



Vema Fracture Zone



38



0






22.8



W



Romanche Fracture Zone



39



10.81



S



4.8



W



Edge of Mid-Atlantic Ridge in Angola Basin just southeast of Ascension Fracture Zone



40



0






13.2



E



Gabon highlands, at the intersection of three borders



41



26.57



S



31.2



E



L'uyengo on the Usutu River in Swaziland



42



31.72



S



67.2



E



Intersection of the Mid-Indian Ridge with the Southwest Indian Ridge



43



26.57



S



103.2



E



Tip of the Wallabi Plateau



44



31.72



S



139.2



E



In a lowland area just east of St. Mary Peak (highest point in the area)



45



26.57



S



175.2



E



At the edge of the Hebrides Trench, just southwestof the Fiji Islands



46



31.72



S



148.8



W



Undifferentiated South Pazific Ozean



47



26.57



S



112.8



W



Easter Island Fracture Zone



48



31.72



S



76.8



W



Nazca Plate



49



26.57



S



40.8



W



In deep ocean, at edge of continental shelf, southeast of Rio de Janeiro



50



31.72



S



4.8



W



Walvis Ridge



51



58.28



S



31.2



E



Enderby Abyssal Plain



52



52.62



S



67.2



E



Kerguelen Plateau



53



58.28



S



103.2



E



Ozean floor, midway between Kerguelen Abyssal Plain and Wilkes Abyssal Plain



54



52.62



S



139.2



E



Kangaroo Fracture Zone



55



58.28



S



175.2



E



Edge of Scott Fracture Zone



56



52.62



S



148.8



W



Udintsev Fracture Zone



57



58.28



S



112.8



W



Eltanin Fracture Zone



58



52.62



S



76.8



W



South American tip, at the edge of the Haeckel Deep



59



58.28



S



40.8



W



South Sandwich Fracture Zone



60



52.62



S



4.8



W



Boivet Fracture Zone



61





North Pole



62



South Pole


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The coordinates of the planetary gridsystem and the description are given in the table below. They come from http://www.akasha.de/~aton/TGGrid.html. The above image of the globe with coordinates is created from these coordinates (after correction for a few typing errors). The figure below comes from http://www.crystalinks.com/grid.html. The numbers have been replaced by larger ones to make them better readable.

When you click on a point in the map below, you get a detailed map. For these maps we used the facilities of Mapquest.