So I recently discovered Mercator’s map and it’s connections to the North Pole. I discuss these connections in my Flat Earth Decoded (Part 2) North Pole the Biggest Secret, Proof of Eden presentation. Since then, I have come across more info that shows the significance of the North Pole as hidden in the esoteric classic The Wizard of Oz. Remember, all these secret societies that horde the hidden knowledge about our world, communicate in symbolism. They put the truth out there in a way that their Adepts know the meaning, but the Profane have no clue. But the more we uncover, the more we know too. Knowledge IS power as the saying goes, let’s take the power back by learning what they know.
So let’s start by taking a look at Mercator’s map of the Arctic, which was first printed in 1595, with this edition printed in 1623.
In Mercator’s letter to John Dee, he describes the land at the North Pole. He says that it is surrounded on all sides, except for the North, with very tall mountains that reach the clouds and are free from vegetation. The land is divided by four rivers that flow with a very strong current northwards.
Now The Wonderful Wizard of Oz first came out as a book by L. Frank Baum in 1900, just over three hundred years after Mercator’s map. Baum’s is supposed to be fictional but let’s take a look.
If we look at his map we notice it is very similar! We have land on the outer perimeter, encircling land on the inner perimeter, composed of four islands, separated by four borders that look similar to the four inland drawing seas, coming to a point at a “mountain” in the center.
Is this hiding of the truth in plain sight? Was Baum an Adept?
In the text on the map, Mercator explains that the waters of the oceans rush inward, between the islands, to the pole, where they plunge deep into the Earth. At the pole is a black island thirty-three leagues in circumference. A magnetic island lies just north of the Streto de Anian (Bering Straits).
Before we move on I’m sure you have taken note of the number 33. Thirty three is the number of the degree where ice melts. It is the degree where the Adept learns the hidden truth about our world.
The black mountain in the center of Mercator’s map is represented as a green mountain on Baum’s map. Was the black mountain green at one time? Does green represent when it was alive and black when it turned to ash?
Notice the straight yellow line through Munchkin country, called the Yellow Brick Road.
This yellow brick road is in the same location as the red and white barber pole line going to the center of Mercator’s map. Are they telling us something here? To get to the center you must follow this path? From the west isle of the four isles, is there a route?
Here we get a better look at Emerald City. Notice how the green mountain is composed of horizontal hexagonal columns.
And even a better look here, in this depiction. Isn’t that an odd way to draw a city? Notice the mountains on the right. High steep walls, like the mountains encircling the North Pole.
Here is another depiction. With a rainbow over head. A rainbow arched at 42 degrees in the shape of the dome that it is reflecting off of. Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high and the dreams that you dreamed of, once in a lullaby.
Now recently a YouTube vid came out called No Forests on Flat Earth, where the presenter tells us that Devil’s Tower in Idaho, is actually a giant tree- cut.
And if we look closer at the sides of the “mountain” we see it is comprised of horizontal hexagonal columns. Which is just like the depiction of Emerald City, except this “mountain” is no longer green. WAS it a tree that was cut? And turned to black, like the “mountain” in the center? At the North Pole?
Look how enormous Devil’s Tower is. Can you see the tiny images of people climbing it?
Are they showing us this black mountain in the film of today? Like in the show The 100?
Like in Stephen King’s series called The Gunslinger? Here the black mountain is called The Tower. Devil’s Tower?
Like in Lord of the Rings? Here the black mountain is called Mount Doom. Notice the base of Mount Doom. Doesn’t it look like Devil’s Tower before the “trunk” was cut?
Is this the North Pole the true location of the Tower of Babel? Is the tower- cut, now Devil’s Tower? Is Devil’s Tower just a replica of the real Tower of Babel in the center of our world cut down. Is that why it was once green and now is black?
On the cover of The Economist for 2017 they show this same Devil’s Tower. So they are hiding the black mountain at the North Pole in many places, from film to print.
Notice how the people on the card make a yellow brick road to the mountain.
This yellow brick road is also connected to King Arthur.
In 1364 AD, eight people came to the King’s court in Norway saying they came from the lands of the North Pole. One, a priest, mentioned that King Arthur sailed there May 3, of 531 AD with 12 ships. Five of the twelve were smashed against rocks and were shipwrecked, but the other seven made it there. Arthur peopled the North lands of Scotland and Iceland. Arthur’s journey is written about in the Gestai Arthuria.
Baram Blackett and Alan Wilson write, in their book Artorius Rex Discovered, that “Camelot” can be broken down into ‘Ca’ for Caer- fortress and ‘Melot’ which is a corruption of the Welsh word ‘Melyn’ for yellow. So Camelot means Yellow Fort. Wilson states, “Up in Lisvane, close to our Yellow Fort, we find an old road name as Pen-yr-helo-felyn, which is quite literally- Head of the Road Yellow. It reminds us of The Wizard of Oz with the song and tale of following the Yellow Brick Road.”
So we have Arthur and Dorothy following a yellow brick road. What are the chances? And if the Yellow Brick Road leads to Caer Melon or the Yellow Fort, otherwise known as Camelot, is Camelot the true Emerald City?
The Yellow Brick Road ends in a spiral. Remember that Mercator mentions that at the Black Mountain is a whirlpool that encircles the mountain. A spiral is a whirlpool. More hidden truth.
The whirlpool encircling the black mountain. And what is directly above the black mountain? The constellation known as Arthur. King Arthur, directly above in the sky.
And like Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz who gets to the center of the maze called Emerald City, we have Dolores in WestWorld seeking the center of the maze in her world as well. Dorothy, Dolores, the names are very similar.
In the SyFy series called The Magicians they show Arthur’s Round Table prominently behind the Master Magicians. Or Master Wizards…the wizards of Oz.
Notice too in The Magicians they have a magical place called Fillory. And is located at the Northern Marsh. So in the North and looks similar to Emerald City.
Another interesting note is that Mercator wrote of little people who inhabited the North Pole. On one of the large islands he mentions that “here live Pygmies, at most 4 feet tall, who are like those called Scraelings in Greenland.” Reminds me of the Munchkins in The Wizard of Oz! Notice the red, green and blue of their clothing.
Now notice these three Pygmy’s clothing. One wears a green skirt, one red and one blue. Is this photo staged? Is this man an Adept? I wouldn’t be surprised.
So how does knowing the true layout, function and history of our world help us in the grand scheme of things? It grounds us. It puts us on an even par with the Adepts. It makes it much harder for them to pull off some event. To trick us into giving up our power to them. If we have a good sense of what happened, of who created our world, of our place in it, we are less likely to become slaves. We are less likely to follow the wrong path. And when the time comes, we are more likely to follow the yellow brick road to our rightful place in Eden.
Here is a link to Mercator’s letter to John Dee.
Here is a link to my YouTube presentation: