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  • Mosta Sacred Geometry – Part3 #MostaPowerfulEnergies
    I was inspired to portray in a painting the powerful energies held at Mosta Dome. What came through in my dreams/inner vision was a design based on the multiple number of 4; the four elements: water (depicted in blue), air (grey), fire (red) & earth (brown), and the four fundamental building blocks of matter, namely the Sphere, the Square, the Tetrahedron and the Icosahedron.
    Sacred Geometry forms are the key to the creation of the universe. Mosta Rotunda is a sacred place that conveys Sacred Geometry in its structure thus holding certain information within its symbolism. This is beyond ordinary science.
    Mosta Dome was built on the perfect number of 4 in its structure – the number of stability and invokes the grounded nature of all things. The dome has 8 alcoves (the symbol of regeneration, eternity and infinity), 16 windows, and 32 petals in the ceiling and 32 on the floor, together making the number 64 - the magical super-perfect number and the expression of totality and completion.
    The Centre 8-pointed-Star, known as the Octagram Star, is a very powerful point. This Solar symbol, a rosette, is associated with the goddess and the Queen of Atlantis, Ash.tar.ta.ra whose main palace was based at the Cittadella Hill on Gozo. The star is surrounded by an 8 petal pattern, half black and half white representing the Yin (-) & Yang (+) energies. The tile patterns in the floor and on the roof also express the energy pattern of the site with alternating bands of Yin energy coming from the centre and Yang energy returning to the centre creating a torus. At this central point there is total harmony and balance, a numinous place of light that elevates consciousness. It forms a triangle with the two side entrance stars; one holding the male energy (St. Joseph) and the other the feminine energy especially the wounded female (Lady of Sorrows).
    The Circle represents infinity, perfection, the cycle of time, the eternal and the Divine Ascension Flame. The Square stands for order and balancing of opposites. It represents solidity and accuracy – a perfection that is static, earthly and material. These two powerful energies protect this sacred site. The Tetrahedron represents the dual aspect of consciousness; the bonding of the masculine (fire) and the feminine energies (water) and the merging of these poles in perfect harmony. It also represents the Mer-ka-ba - the geometric form of the vehicle of the soul. The Icosahedron embodies Oneness, and brings about harmony and balance in our inner self and in our environment. The Diamond is the symbol of the Sacred Feminine and the Goddess; it is the perfect portal of inter-dimensional reality. Two sides of the diamond shape are of negative-yin energy and the other two are positive-yang energy, thus these bi-polarity borders of the diamond create the necessary pull to draw the cosmic ray force to the earth’s central energy. There are 8 diamonds in straight line and 16 in the curve shape. Regarding the Four Elements see part 2.
    Mosta is a timelessness edifice - holding all these sacred geometric forms in its core ready to be implanted and aligned in our Human DNA at our request in the coming New Era.
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  • Prehistoric Connection #MostaPowerfulEnergies - Part2
    Meaning of the word Mosta: In old Maltese it means mistur -‘hidden’ or ‘mysterious.’ Mosta was built on top of a buried prehistoric temple. In Arabic it means ‘in the centre’ - it is actually situated in an off-centred position of Malta. Mosta: an off-centre town built on mysterious site!
    What is the connection with Prehistory? The Atlanteans of the 3rd Era had a special mission to download Cosmic Consciousness/Life on Earth, and thus, they built the temples to anchor these energies. They made use of the powerful vortexes at Mosta and at the Cittadella as the two main sockets to plug into the Cosmic Consciousness. The Cittadella on Gozo was the Negative Pole, and Mosta the Positive Pole of the cosmic electromagnetic energy. As a result, the Cittadella in Gozo holds the Minus Pole – the Yin Electrons - the Feminine Energy, and Mosta the Plus Pole – the Yang Photons - the Masculine Energy. Both structures are built on prehistoric temple sites and both are positioned in an off-centred position. Between these two poles flows the on-off pulse of polar energy, which sustains life. (Later the Yin energies on Gozo moved from the Cittadella to the old temple site at Xewkija church).
    Many of the temples are generally located on a magnetic vortex and on powerful geomagnetic ley-line. When these two intersect, there is a concentrated electromagnetic field. Mosta Dome and the Cittadella are sited on these nodal points.
    The architect, G. Grognet, who was also a keen archaeologist, built the Mosta church on an old sacred site and on the same principles of the temples. This site has the greatest vibrational energy on the island as the church stands on the Matrix of all prehistoric temples.
    Mosta’s shape, height and size draw levels of subtle energy from above it and absorb energies from the earth around it, thus picking up equal energy from the four elements of the natural world namely fire, water, earth and air: Fire element from the West; Water element from the East; Earth element to the South; Air element from the North cardinal point and finally the Ether element or Prana from the Sun. At Mosta is where the four elements come together.
    The Dome is a sublimation of all history bridging the past, the present and the future: the past, as it connects with the prehistoric temples and the goddess energy; the present, as it holds the Christ Consciousness energy of the new dispensation in its core, and the future, as it is the opener of the portal of the future. Mosta is the Rotunda of Light holding in it the energy of Oneness where the past, present and future come together as One. - (It is not a coincidence that the three domed churches we find on these islands - the Mosta Dome, the churches at Mgarr in Malta and at Xewkija on Gozo, are actually built on prehistoric sites. For some reason, the architects chose to build the church in a circular shape similar to the structure of the temples as the dome round shape copied and amplified their vibrational energies and enhanced the vortex held in their core). Furthermore, the Valley of Mosta, commonly known as Il-Wied il-Ghasel (Valley of Honey) was identified in olden times as ‘The Valley and the Plain of Giants.’ There was once a huge old temple site that today lies buried underneath the Mosta Fortress. George Grognet left us some drawings of the prehistoric huge stones (Some of these drawing can be seen at the National Biblioteca) that were to be found in this beautiful valley. (For more information check the book: An Alternative Handbook to the Maltese Temples, and visit my website: maltatemplejourneys.com).
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  • The feast is over and so are the title of Basilica celebrations! It's time to disclose (in 4 parts) the powerful energies that this magnificent structure holds in its core. #MostaPowerfulEnergies
    Part1: The Mosta Dome, commonly known as the Rotunda of Mosta-Malta, is a Roman Catholic parish church and Basilica dedicated to the Assumption of Our Lady.
    The town became a parish in 1608. Plans to construct a new church began soon afterwards, and the church was built in around 1614 to designs attributed to the Renaissance architect Tommaso Dingli. This church was commonly called Ta' Ziri. By the 1830s, this church had become too small to cater for the town's population.
    Giorgio Grognet de Vassé proposed building the new church on a neoclassical design based on the Pantheon in Rome. Despite opposition from various quarters, the design was approved. At first, the locals wanted their new church to be built on a new site outside town at Ta’ Vnezja, but Grognet insisted that it should be on the same spot of the old church. The construction of the church began on 30 May 1833 and finished in the 1860s. It is the third largest unsupported dome in the world. The church narrowly avoided destruction during World War II, since on 9 April 1942 a German aerial bomb pierced the dome and fell into the church during Mass but failed to explode. Since then, the Maltese started to visit the church as this event was interpreted by many as a miracle. (Wikipedia & Local Sources).
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    George Grognet – Mosta Architect.
    If you visit Mosta Dome, there is hardly any mention or any information about the person who proposed and built the Rotunda. Why?
    He was the first person to make the connection and link of Malta to Atlantis in 1842. He even published a short compendium detailing his theory. Of course, his ideas were dismissed by the English Establishment, by Academia and by the Church.
    And, then he dared to propose building the new church at Mosta on a design based on the Pantheon in Rome – a pagan temple. The Bishop Francesco Saverio Caruana opposed this design and plan to build a circular church in the shape of a dome. Generally, all the other Maltese churches were built in the shape of a Roman cross. Eventually the will of the people prevailed, and Grognet was allowed to build the church according to his original plan. Grognet chose the type of stone by insisting on having one slab from each quarry operating in the Islands. He then proceeded to test their durability. In the end he chose a quarry in Mosta near to Ta' Vnezja, at the gate of an old military airfield. It took twenty seven years to complete. (This old quarry was later filled and buried with WWII wreckage).
    Grognet was an architect, engineer, geographer and an antiquarian, and was also a keen archaeologist. He built Mosta on the same principles of the temples. He made extensive research about the valley of Mosta that was known as ‘the Valley of Giants’ because of the prehistoric huge slabs that were found there, and he recorded these in various drawings today found at the National Library.
    He is buried in the chapel of the Virgin of the Girdle in the church he erected.
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