5000 miles away from Africa in Semayand Lake, Indonesia , you can come across Water Spirals just like I have shown in the Lakes of Africa. They are not as impressive and can only be found in one area , because not to many waterways presented , and I got lucky seeing these , for the water was receded in area and I would not have seen them otherwise. This peculiar knowledge of creating waterways using spirals is a knowledge shared to all of the world at onetime. The Water People traveled the world before boats were invented. They can only be viewed using ArcGIS .
The images are not great , very dark at times , I had to try and adjust some of them with more contrast, and there is not that many to show. Still important though.
Location : 116°28′52.9″E, 0°12′30.5″S
Accompanying this Water Spirals are some unique pointers which I have seen elsewhere, just dont have it in mind right now, but in time I am sure I will post some more .
With these Water Spirals showing up so far away from Africa and in the same setting of creating a lake , I can now expect to find some more somewhere else I am sure. I know Australia has plenty of Spirals everywhere. I might cover that next .
I hope it informs again. Thanks for visiting.
Wow, the pointers are crazy. Here are some similar features that i was calling “heart at the end of a line”, for lack of a better term. They seem to accompany the spirals you’re pointing out, in some cases. These ones are in various islands in the pacific:
Although, it’s also possible that these are just modern retaining walls, to prevent erosion.
Most things are still being used today . Sorting out the first use is next to impossible . I base everything on the idea of some culture creating many of the waterways around the world . In North America it is demonstrated with questioning . The rest of the world should be viewed the same.
These are nice finds .