Flights on the UTM map / Portal systems in the North and South
There are only two working coordinate systems that are used in aviation : A polar coordinate system (globe), and a Cartesian coordinate system (UTM). If we take a look at flight routes on a globe, we notice that they describe straight lines between two destinations. This is due to the fact that the globe is used to plot flight routes. However, to actually fly the given route, the plotted route must be projected onto the Cartesian coordinate system since the polar coordinate system is never used in navigation. Have you ever seen a globe in the cockpit of an airplane or on a ship as navigation tool? Of course not. The only map used in navigation is the UTM grid. Once the route between two destinations has been drawn on the globe, it's being projected onto the rectangular map . In order to project the exact flight route, the navigator takes the exact coordinates that the flight covers on the globe and converts them into the Cartesian coordinate system. As a result, the routes describing straight lines and adapting the sphere in the polar coordinate system now describe curves in the Cartesian coordinate system. In other words, what is a straight line adapting the globe becomes a flat curve when projected onto the rectangular UTM map.
The pictures above depict the same same flights in two different coordinate systems. Currently, there is a lot of debate around the true map of the world. Circular, diamond shaped, hexagonal (yes someone actually proposed the hexagon), and a square with three poles are on the table, but in reality there are only two options to choose from: One option is the polar coordinate system, or the globe. It's usually used as a helping tool to plot flight routes. The other option is the Cartesian layout with longitudes and latitudes intersecting at right angles. If the Earth is not a globe, it has to be the 2-dimensional rectangular UTM plane. This is also why the rectangular shape of the Earth can go unnoticed by most people, including by pilots and by professional navigators. Both coordinate systems work, and it is easy to fall into the belief that the UTM map was a mere projection of the sphere, while in reality, the rectangular surface of the Earth as depicted on the UTM grid is wrapped around the sphere. If you were to create a spherical Earth in a 3-D animation program, you would need to create a blank sphere and apply the rectangular UTM map to the sphere. Every animated globe, including Google Earth, is a rectangular map applied to a sphere.
Another similarity between the polar coordinate system and the rectangular are the distances. For example, the official flight route between Sydney, Australia and Santiago De Chile has a similar length in both systems. Whether it's a curve adapting the globe, or a horizontal curve in the Cartesian system, both curves have a nearly identical length. For this reason, it is hardly possible to tell by the flight duration alone if the surface is a sphere or a rectangle, which is why most pilots are not aware of the fact that the Cartesian UTM system is the actual depiction of the surface of the Earth. If we draw a straight line from Sydney to Santiago on a sphere, and project it onto the UTM map, we'll see that the lines are nearly just as long on both, the sphere and the rectangle.
The flight duration from Sydney to Santiago amounts to eighteen hours. The flight route in picture above is divided into eighteen sections which represent the approximate distances that the airplane covers every hour considering the average cruise speed of 900 km/h. One of the problems with the conventional circular flat Earth model is non stop flights within the southern “hemisphere”, which disprove the circular flat Earth model, and seem to confirm the globe instead. However, each and every flight in the North or in the South perfectly harmonizes with the rectangular UTM map. The difference between a flight route on the globe and the same route on the rectangular map is that the route on the globe describes a trajectory around the sphere, while the same route projected onto the rectangular map describes a horizontal curve, which lets the distances appear equal in both systems. Also notice that the routes straighten out towards the equator in the Cartesian system; a route along the equator would be a straight line in the Cartesian system.
The flight duration from Tokyo to Los Angeles ranges between twelve and fourteen hours. Like in the previous example, the route is divided into twelve sections corresponding to the duration of twelve hours. In both examples, the length of the sections is identical - it describes the distance that the airplane covers considering an average speed of 900 km/h. The same can be applied to most ordinary flights in the northern, as well as in the southern “hemisphere”.
However, there are extraordinary flights which run close to the latitude 90° in the North, as well as in the South. The peculiarity about these flights is that the airplanes cover great distances in a relatively short time. For example, an airplane can cover a distance of well over 8 000 kilometers within one hour, which would be impossible possible under conventional conditions considering the average speed. This phenomenon is provided by a a portal system running along the far northern, and along the far southern latitudes...
Northern and southern portal systems
"Earth is a realm, it is not a planet. It is not an object, therefore, it has no edge. Earth would be more easily defined as a system environment. Earth is also a machine, it is a Tesla coil. The sun and moon are powered wirelessly with the electromagnetic field (the Aether). This field also suspends the celestial spheres with electo-magnetic levitation. Electromagnetic levitation disproves gravity because the only force you need to counter is the electromagnetic force, not gravity. The stars are attached to the firmament."
The Earth is an enclosed system which has ends, walls, and corners. The question is, Do we have access to these walls? Can we go to the extreme North or South and see the Foundations of Heaven for ourselves? Fact is, no one ever reported to have found the “edge” of the world nor any walls. Today's aviation has traversed the sky from East to West and from North to South without anyone involved having the slightest reason to believe the Earth were surrounded by walls. But how is it possible? The answer is hidden in the spherical design of the Earth. It is unrealistic to assume that the spherical design would extend to astronomy and perspective alone, while omitting space itself. The reason why no one, including pilots, has ever found the edge is because the duality between the physical and perceptible also extends to the way we perceive space in general. In other words - traversing our flat, rectangular plane, we have the illusion of traveling on a sphere. This applies to east-west travel, and to north-south travel. We do not have access to the foundations located in the extreme North and South because they are not included in the spherical design. So how exactly does the illusion of roundness extend to space itself? Like we already know, space is an endless east-west continuum; that perfectly harmonizes with the continuity of a sphere. But aside from the east- west loop, there is also north-south travel which imitates the spherical design. Note that north-south travel does not assume north-south circumnavigation. Please memorize that the square Earth concept does not include a north-south loop.
However, airplanes constantly traverse the far northern and far southern areas of the UTM plain. Nothing special about that so far, but there is a peculiarity about some of the flights which deserves special attention.
The picture above illustrates the flight route from Dubai to San Francisco. The route is divided into three sections. What is striking about this route is the disproportional distribution of flight duration along the route. If we track the flight via one of the online flight radars, we will see the airplane commencing its journey in Dubai, moving north at a constant speed, traversing Russia and heading the extreme North. The first nine hours are depicted as the first section of the route. But then, something extraordinary happens - after the first nine hours of flight, the airplane disappears from the screen for about one hour, and reappears at the beginning of the third section, over North America. The middle section of the route amounts to a distance of well over ten thousand kilometers. The possibility that the airplane could cover such a great distance in that short period of time can be excluded. This route, when projected onto the globe, would be a straight shot over the North. If the Earth is not a sphere, and we know from the celestial equator that it's not, then how did the airplane cover the distance in one hour? Ladies and Gentlemen, what we are dealing with is another clever device to imitate the spherical design - aside from the east-west space-loop, the Earth is equipped with a portal system which stretches along the northern and southern perimeters of our realm. It's a well known fact that airlines never fly over the poles. Flight routes run a few degrees north and south of the actual poles. The reason why there are no flights or expeditions to latitudes 90° is because the portal system protects the Foundations of Heaven from access. In other words - the portals are a few degrees southern of the northern foundation, and a few degrees northern of the southern foundation, making it impossible to reach the physical foundations situated along the latitudes 90°. The portal system is another clever installation to create the illusion of being on a sphere, to fence the public off the Foundations of Heaven, and to protect the Foundations of Heaven from all external influences
One of the functions of the portal system is to mimic the continuity of the sphere. Whether it's east-west travel or north-south travel, the surface of the rectangular Earth mimics the surface of a sphere either way. For example, when we plot a route from Central Asia to Northern America on a globe, we connect the two destinations with a straight line running over the extreme North. Afterwards, we can actually travel the same route on the rectangle, while following the coordinates which the route covers on the globe. We would get to our destination without having the slightest suspicion of having traversed a flat, rectangular plane, passing through a portal system.
Another purpose of the portal system is to shield the Foundations of Heaven from access and intervention, as well as from the oceans and other external influences. The main purpose of the foundations is to provide frequencies for the realms, to create the firmaments, and to bend the light bodies of the celestial bodies and stars thus creating the apparent circular orbits. They do not serve trivial functions such as holding the oceans in place etc, which is the function of the portal system. The foundations are not in contact with the oceans.