After watching a rather incredible Documentary by Людин Рɣси, with his amazing insight —containing paradigm-shifting revelations and unprecedented speculations which ultimately made my head spin and opened up a huge goody bag of questions,  I decided to research some rocky outcrops and formations here in the UK.  So was the Earth originally covered with truly giant silicon trees, many miles high, in the distant past that were systematically cut down? (I am still trying to get my head around this theory).  Why is it that the entire surface of our planet has been quarried on a vast scale over millennia? If so, why and by whom? We were cave dwelling chimps who beat sticks and played with fire.    I am smelling a rat, and yet again, there is a long-standing conspiracy to keep the truth from us?

So do we have these enormous Silicon Trees in the United Kingdom, astonishingly, not only is the Giant Causeway perhaps the footprint of such MEGA trees which was featured by Людин Рɣси, but there are a couple more which share the same characteristics of those which were discussed in the documentary (Silicon Trees)



Examples given in Documentary
Example given in Documentary

The tree of life is a widespread motif in many myths and folktales around the world, by which cultures sought to understand the human and profane condition in relation to the divine and sacred realm. Many legends speak of a tree of life, which grows above the ground and gives life to gods or humans, or of a world tree, which is often linked with a “centre” of the earth. It is probably the most ancient human myth, and is possibly a universal one.   So could it be possible that Earth had gigantic trees and the myths spoken about allude to these marvels.

A tree of life that binds together heaven and earth is a concept familiar to many cultures (here, a Celtic symbol) and in Norse mythology, the giant eternal (Silicon) at the North Pole Yggdrasil linked and sheltered all the worlds, marked as Mount Meru on old maps.

My good friend Rita Carter found a most interesting rock formation in Scotland.   An island named Staffa, pronounced [s̪t̪afa]) from the Old Norse for stave or pillar island, which is rather apt.  This island is off the Inner Hebrides in Argyll and Bute. The Vikings gave it this name as its columnar basalt reminded them of their houses, which were built from vertically placed tree-logs.  When you look at the pictures, you can see why.

Engraving based on sketches made of Fingal’s Cave by John Cleveley Jnr. published in 1772

The pillars run around the whole circumference of the island which is 33 hectares and 138ft above sea level.  If you have been following my calculations regarding the Saturn matrix … yep we have it here too.

In 1945 a mine exploded near Boat Cave, causing damage to the cliff face which is still visible

Entrance to Fingal’s cave, 1900

The top of the Basalt Columns a crumbly looking rock formation occurs that looks like a Burl.  A burr being a growth that forms on trees.  These normally grow in the grain which had grown in a deformed manner. It is commonly found in the form of a rounded outgrowth on a tree trunk or branch that is filled with small knots from dormant buds.

Similar formations are found at the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, on the island of Ulva (pictured) and at Ardmeanach on the Isle of Mull.


40,000 interlocking basalt columns

Perhaps the United Kingdom was just one big tree?

Tessalating hexagonal columns.

Engraving of Susanna Drury’s A View of the Giant’s Causeway: East Prospect, 1768

Red basaltic prisms

Basalt columns
Scientists state that these formations have been created by an ancient volcanic eruption.  According to Scientists  3 layers of volcanic rock are shown on Staffa, formed from lava from 3 volcanic eruptions. Each layer has cooled and formed rock with different characteristics, the middle layer of basalt columns being the most spectacular.

BUT could they be what remains of GIANT TREES?

Staying in Scotland, let’s travel to the Capital Edinburgh.


Trees and forests took on symbolic divine characteristics, or were seen to represent superlative forces such as courage, endurance or immortality. They were the means of communication between worlds. Some societies made them into magical totems. Sometimes a particular tree was considered to be sacred because of association with a holy individual, saint or prophet. Throughout the distant past, trees have frequently held great religious significance, for example the tree associated with Adam and Eve, the tree under which the Buddha received enlightenment and the tree used for the crucifixion of Jesus. The Holyrood or Holy Rood is a Christian relic considered to be part of the True Cross on which Jesus died. The cross of Christ is also referred to as the tree of life. On the Holyroyd Estate, close to the capital of Scotland, there is a rocky outcrop called Samsons Ribs (aptly named).

So as a result TREES often featured in religious rituals, and still do today. Examples include trees upon which prayers or offerings are hung in many different cultures, and the Christmas tree, a custom whose present form evolved in Europe in the nineteenth century.

The Druids were tree worshippers, especially the oak. The holly was their most sacred symbol because it was sacred to Mother Holle or Hel, the goddess of the underworld.  Thus we have Holle or Holly-wood (Hel-wood), the “place of magic”   Rood is a name for the rowan wood featured in the Edda in relation to Thor.

Samsons Ribs

Samson Ribs, Roberts, E I (1829)

Can you see the huge stump ?  Could Salisbury Crags be part of an old gigantic tree. The cliffs are steeply formed by dolerite and columnar basalt.  Arthurs Seat.

Mimicking the stumps basalt columns, an Abbey was built in the shadows of this huge formation.  A holy place.

The Ruined Nave by Kaihsu at English Wikipedia (Link in sources)

The Abbey was founded in 1128 by King David I.  A wealth of information regarding the Abbey can be found by following this link.


Image: Aged Apostle




Incredibly, there is a place called Berg, and the base a tall standing fossil of a 50 million-year-old tree remains after being engulfed in molten lava.  The tree was discovered in 1819 by Scotland ’s pioneering geological cartographer, John MacCulloch.  As the surrounding basalt cooled, distinctive columnar patterns were formed.

Images: Scottish Hills

Leylines and Magical Silicon Trees

Mankind has long been drawn to specific places around the earth, from the mountains of the Himalaya to the Grand Canyon, and to sites such as the pyramids of Giza and Stonehenge. These locations have one thing in common—a preternatural propensity to convey strong electromagnetic earth energy.   Confirmation by modern measurement has shown these lines to flow in gentle curves along the lay of the land. However, some ley lines, notably in England and South America, are arrow-straight, leading some researchers to speculate that prehistoric engineers who built monuments that fall along these straight paths had a working knowledge of how to harness this energy. They used monoliths and stone circles to naturally align this invisible thread of energy, often depicted as a serpent etched on rocks at these locations.

So, do these sites which exhibit Large Stumps (Tree Trunks) lie on these magical points?

Astonishingly YES!

One such ley line begins at Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh, Scotland.  The 900-year-old dwelling that became the seat of power of Kings, Queens and the Scottish Parliament.  (Kristy McCaffrey, 2013).  Author and researchers David R Cowan and Anne Silk have mapped the Ley Lines in the United Kingdom and USA. They state that the world’s major ley lines have been used by secret societies for thousands of years and that without a shadow of any doubt our ancestors used natural energy sources, like volcanic plugs and exinct volcanoes which omit energies.   But what if these, stumps are not extinct Volcanoes as suggested?

Leylines in Scotland from David R Cowans website

Following a ley from the strange praying hands of Mary across Scotland to its source which is the Island of Staffa (see above) with its fluted basalt columns. A ley from the Giants Causeway in Ireland connects to Arthurs Seat and Edinburgh (see above).  Furthermore, The sacred Iona Abbey, which is thought to be the birthplace of Christianity in Europe lies on a powerful ley between the amazing Fingal’s Cave on Staffa (pictured above) and an extinct volcano on the Canary Islands.

Surely this is a coincidence?

It would appear not.  I am not going to get bogged down in the United States with these Silicon Trees as this was covered much in Людин Рɣси Documentary, however, below is a ley line that runs though and yes, you have guessed the Devils Tower sits firmly on one.  Below, is a diagram of the leylines from David R Cowans Website.

The MEDIAEVIL underworld bloodlines have contrived mysterious ‘MYTHICAL PHAROAH FAIRY stories written on PAPER to keep us in a dream. (Deanne Earl, Conjecture News)

Could the Magic Faraway Tree be true?

“The tree grew and became strong, and its top reached to heaven, and it was visible to the end of the whole earth.”  Daniel 4:11

Image: World of Blyton

Writing in the 1930s Enid Blyton published a trilogy of fairy tales,  The first title of the main trilogy, The Enchanted Wood, was published in 1939.  In this Enchanted Wood, the trees, “a darker green than usual,” whispered their secrets: “Wisha-wisha-wisha.” In the wood is the Faraway Tree — a huge tree inhabited by fairy-folk and laden with fruit of all kinds from acorns to lemons. Its topmost branches lead to ever-changing magical lands above the swirling clouds.


Following the White Rabbit

Playing with our subconscious, Lewis Caroll writes that

“Alice started to her feet, for it flashed across her mind that she had never before seen a rabbit with either a waistcoat-pocket, or a watch to take out of it, and burning with curiosity, she ran across the field after it, and fortunately was just in time to see it pop down a large rabbit-hole under the hedge”. (Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland)

However, in both Tim Burton’s and Disney’s adaptation of the story, Alice falls down a rabbit hole under a tree / stump.

Lord of the Rings – The Battle for Middle Earth

Interestingly, The Roman writer Tacitus provides us with the only Roman account of the Druids in Britain and their Groves, all now deleted from the Earth.

“Interlacing boughs enclosed a space of darkness and cold shade, and banished the sunlight from above. … Gods were worshipped there with savage rites, the altars were heaped with hideous offerings, and every tree was sprinkled with human gore. On these boughs … birds feared to perch; in those coverts wild beasts would not lie down. … Legend also told that often the subterranean hollows quaked and bellowed, that yew-trees fell down and rose up again, that the glare of conflagration came from trees that were not on fire, and that serpents twined and glided round the stems”. (Nigel Cross, 2009)

In Lord of the Rings, the Old Forest was one of the few remains of the vast primordial forests which covered most of Eriador before the Second Age.   Remember, Sauron cut down trees from the large forest and started creating quarries.

n the 1939 Wizard of Oz, the Emerald City resembles the Basalt Columns


Людин Рɣси, suggests that the Earth has been used as an enormous quarry, by forces unknown. What we call ‘forests’ are no older than 200 years. All our so called ‘rocks’, ‘mountains’, ‘volcanoes’ and ‘deserts’ are just remnants of giant silicon vegetation, or spoil heaps from ancient mining activities. These trees existed before everything was incinerated.  99% of the biosphere.

He further states that our so called rulers are killing our world, and we must open our eyes and rethink every aspect of so-called science before it is too late.

The Grand Canyon (pictured above and used as an example in the Documentary).  Just thinking about the machinery alone to use Quarry this landscape is mind boggling.

Length 277 Miles and width 4 to 18 miles.  Age 5-6 Million Years Old (Wikipedia, 2016)

How long would this have taken really to quarry? Even using bucket wheeled excavators.

Brien Foerster, has been researching ancient Megalithic sites for years now, and has some fascinating theories on quarries and the technology used.   A link to his work is here on his You Tube Channel.

If Giants inhabited Earth chopping down the enormous trees with what and what where the trees used for?

 “There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in           unto the daughters of men, and they bare  children to them, the same became mighty men              which were of old, men of renown.” Genesis 6:4

Megalithic researcher Hugh Newman investigates giants and megalithic structures from around the world asking – did giants build the ancient stone circles, pyramids and earthworks? Was it the Nephilim, Gog & Magog, King Og of Bashan, or the Titans of ancient Greece?

Furthermore, ancient forests in Britain, only date back to the 1600s.  There are trees in the United Kingdom which are rather older than 200 years. But ancient forests, only date back to the 1600s.  All across the pre-Christian world, the Yew tree had incredible cultural significance. The Yew, Taxus baccata , is an ancient tree species that has survived since before the Ice Age and as such as been revered and used by humankind throughout the ages.  Many pagan religions believed the trees were sacred because they were evergreen – symbolising eternal life – and fallen branches could easily regenerate and take root in nearby soil.

Pagan cultures across Europe believed that the Yew tree could help ancient priests or Druids summon spirits and connect with the Otherworld. The Yew is sacred to Hecate, and the Crone aspect of the Triple Goddess; both are guardians of the Underworld, death and the afterlife. A lot of our ancient Yews are found in churchyards but there is no doubt that they were there before the churches were built.  Many churches and churchyards once stood in a circle of Yews, which were probably a legacy of the Druids’ sacred groves.   The trees were also thought to posses magical powers because, on hot days, they release a gas called taxine,  a resinous vapour which shamans inhaled to gain visions.  Because the Yew is poisonous, there are no herbal remedies, although it was sometimes called the forbidden tree as it was used to stimulate abortions.

So many of the ancient Yew trees we have in our country are protected by the churchyard, (Sacred Ground) and reports of their great girths, and therefore great ages, are documented throughout historical texts. In the past they were used as landmarks, because of their size and longevity, and their dark branches would make them stand out in the landscape. Wales is now believed to be home to Britain’s oldest tree – Defynnog Yew  first took took root more than 5,000 years ago. The majestic Yew that lives in in a Welsh churchyard was 3,000 years old when Jesus Christ was born, according to tree ageing experts.  You can access at report of this tree here.

Not far from me in the little sleepy hamlet of Treylston, Powys, Wales, six majestic Yew Tree are huddled together in the Church yard.  These are thought to date back 1000 years.

In Scotland, Fortingall Yew Tree is without doubt a fabulous ancient specimen and has stood in the village for many centuries;  observations made by eminent botanists and suggest that it is at least 3000 years old.

The Ankerwycke Yew is 31ft wide and has witnessed at least 2000 years of history and myth-making. 

It is said to have been the spot where King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215 and is rumoured to be where Henry VIII conducted his first liaisons with Anne Boleyn. But look, look at the structure, do you see pillars? pillars just like those petrified  Basalt ‘tree stumps’ found at the Giant Causeway, Staffa, Holyrood and Ulva.  

Could the Yew Tree be the micro version of the Giant Trees that Людин Рɣси has theorised about in his Silicon Tree research?

Twiggie, 2016

Sources and further reading