Natural philosopher Andrew Hall analyzes the wind cut valleys around the near perfect cross of canyons made by two out-of-phase circuits coming together from induced electric winds in the Laramie Mountains of Wyoming.
Andy details exactly what geologic researcher Michael Steinbacher theorized on landscapes formed by electric winds that prevented deposition of dust raining from the sky.
The Laramie’s are coherent only when recognized as the result of electrical circuits in the Earth. In addition to its distinctive cross, each ridge line and canyon, every hill and dale, can be tied to a sequence of events that occurred in Earth’s evolution involving extreme electrical stress on the planet.
THUNDERBLOG SOURCE ARTICLE — Laramie Mountains, Part 2
Andrew Hall: The Cross from the Laramie Mountains | Thunderblog
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