Aqueduct in Rome
This is the place I wanted to visit the most, but it is much larger than
From the mountains far beyond, in order to get the water, however, the aqueduct, which is assembled in a huge stones was made.
Does the bridge end with this place?
Aqueducts with such huge stones seems to be found everywhere in Europe, Africa, and India etc.
According to the channeling info
the giant like the feet of jellyfish wanted to draw water for humans.
Therefore he got multiplied and
got stuck as the aqueduct.
I understand the meaning of the legends
which tell us the bridge was made overnight.
If we make a waterway to get water, we usually make one that flows through the low areas which can be made with
less effort and we usually
make a bath where water gathers in
If stones were assembled to make
a bridge, humans may misunderstand
it was made by humans.
I wondered why Stone gods assembled the stones for
building the aqueduct.
I asked the reason
to the beings of the stars.
They answered as follows.
When a lot of atoms of the same idea get together, they can form one shape.
But when atoms with a little bit different
idea gathered, they became a form of assembled stones.
They were also fellows of the Delicate Arch rock that represents the lower extremities
those rocks were left to represent more respectable forms as well as the Arc de Triomphe,
which were Stone gods who came down later.
Near the station of the nearby Stazione di Tarquinia a smaller aqueduct in the concrete suddenly appears and
disappears in the forest at several hundred m away.
I did not know the end of
the small aqueduct because I
was riding on the minibus.
It was made by a small giant,
I was told by the beings of the stars through channeling.
The branch of stone pavement of the Appian Way from Rome ends here.
Aqueduct was also followed in the lined pine trees in the middle.
I was told pine trees were planted for harassment by the Ruler's Stars.