Man-made Lakes Of Africa

In the southern Democratic Republic of the Congo , there are some very mysterious lakes that demonstrate beyond any doubt that they are a creation of man .

All created by the efforts of Ancient man.

I will be using Google Earth and ArcGIS to show images of lakes being mentioned, because the color scheme of one to the other is best presented by both at certain times of area selected ..

I will be showing History images of certain areas, using Google Earth History availability , to show case the free floating islands that are presented in great numbers in certain areas .

Within the 12 lakes of interest , I will be mentioning, you can see very beautiful spirals marked within certain areas , representing what was expected or blessed in areas of interest for building a great lake.

The 12 lakes are

1 Lake Mweru Max. length 131 km (81 mi) Max. width 56 km (35 mi)
2 Lac Tshangalele Max. length 25 km (16 mi) Max. width 24 km (15 mi)
3 Lake Bangweulu Surface area15,100 km2 (5,800 sq mi)
4 Lake Mulenda
5 Lake Kabele
6 Lake Kisale
7 Lac Kabwe
8 Lake Upemba
9 Lake Lunda
10 Lake Kabamba
11 Lake Zimbambo
12 Lake Chifunabuli

Also , I will show other markings , like Trees planted to create hole’s that are within the lakes or completely surrounding them , as well as Trees planted that show how they were intended to create floating islands, which is the basic way they created huge lakes with ease , all they needed was time to wait till the land became free and floated . They plant tree’s in certain shapes , then pulled or cut them to create a free flowing area where water could flow around to erode the land under the intended floating island , until it became free and floating . Very ingenuous and easy , but very time consuming because you would have to wait just for results.

Finally , I will show the man-made floating islands that can still be seen within many areas of the lakes that were being worked upon , still floating around . With all of this in mind , you can and should see the rest of the many waterways in Africa as a creation as well. It should at least be kept in mind.

All of this will demonstrate that in Africa, it can be shown how much the waterways were created by man in the ancient past . This type of work can be demonstrated all around the world beyond what most could ever believe in various ways. It is what I have been researching for a few years now , and it can be proven with many examples of the work being done, which I aim to publish more about coming up.

The Spirals and Floating Islands of Lac Tshangalele.

Un-Named Lake being created.

Lake Bangweulu Spirals and Tree Line Workings.

Grouped lakes Spirals and Floating Islands.

4 Lake Mulenda
5 Lake Kabele
6 Lake Kisale
7 Lac Kabwe
8 Lake Upemba
9 Lake Lunda
10 Lake Kabamba
11 Lake Zimbambo
12 Lake Chifunabuli

Lake Mweru Island cuttings and Tree Line Workings.

The Floating Islands Of Africa.

All of these markings and floating islands of Africa if studied in the right context of it all being done to create huge areas of water , be it either a lake , river or stream , will present ideas and understanding to the past and the present , towards managing the water in many areas of interest. This can be demonstrated in many forms world wide being done at scales that is unheard of in any presentation of our history these days. I will in future post show that this concept and understanding of how to control water in many ways , was fully spread around the world and accomplished to such a degree , most of all waterways show they were created .. More coming about this all soon enough. Thanks for dropping by.

Note : Correction to stating “Drill Holes” , with further study , I realized they are well placed tree lines , where trees where planted to later pull or cut , each would weaken land area where planted . they did this in many different ways . Sometimes in incredible ways with immense patterns. Which can be seen in the Bolivia posts.

13 comments

  1. They aren’t cutting out islands or inundating areas with water. Floating islands are organic material, not earth and rock but rotting plants with plants growing on them, hence why they seem to have rotted away over time. People still make these floating islands today for farming and they have to keep adding organic material or it eventually completely rots away. The holes, like in other parts of the world, were probably and most likely are wells and there would have been one per household. Take note, the floating islands have no holes in them and they also don’t have spirals on them, and so that takes the holes and the spirals right out of the creation of the floating islands. Also, the spirals are connected to what is clearly man made rivers and connected to other lakes in multiple directions which natural rivers don’t do. It was all for farming, the holes, the spirals, the man made rivers, all of it. It’s fairly obvious. You can look around where people are living now near those lakes and see plenty of abandoned, unused farming fields just like the used ones we have everywhere between the east coast and west coast of North America. There are more farming fields there than there are people.

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