ΚΑΛΌΣ MAP RESTORATION
There are not many people who need incorrect map while travelling. So, for long time all creators of new maps tried to make it more and more correct and precise, with available tech-tricks, trying to avoid any errors. As a phenomenal result - there are no maps what I need for our purposes -which are hard to define in GEO-terms, but clear for my mind - I need a Map of Sacred Places of Ancient World - from that early times, when Earth & people living on it were parts of Big Whole, connecting on defined times in One on special spots, which were founded in partnership of Gods, as stories telling. This map I need is very partially combined with our modern maps and needed to be reconstructed - maybe first time after the last big catastrophe (the Deluge, nuclear war from Mahabharat etc.). And because there are not too much to add for now to the title, here is just one story from my life describing the idea.
Travelling in South Thailand we were visited Khao Kha archaeological remains. Feeling good vibe there we decided to get more information. As we found, for many centuries it was a main place for spiritual worship, considered as a replica of sacred Mount Meru, what is - according to Buddhism, Hinduism and someone else - is the center of physical, metaphysical and spiritual universes. The location was chosen by Gods or with their (or Him/Her) direct assistance, and believed that its shouldn't be deserved until people live around. That times it was surrounded by secondary sites. Also there is a related story from wise abbot describing another gate to Meru nearby, in a times of Kingdom Amarutthani-I posted it here. After express research here are few other similar places what we discovered:
Countries nearby Thailand:
Despite of differs in legends plots, outward forms of rites are similar. Coming there on that dates we followed the remaining instructions and now decide to create the World Map of that kind of places. Process began!
First mention about Blue Duck was somewhere at Summer (end of July), in a post dedicated to Ikkyu - great Japanese poet, stone-gardener, Japanese tea-ceremony improver and ZEN-master.