Hundreds of beautiful buildings known as star forts adorn our planet like jewelry. In today’s curriculum, these magnificent star forts are rarely, if ever, brought up. The hush-hush around these antiquities has many people questioning their true history.
In 1520, star forts were employed by the famous Michelangelo in the defensive earthworks of Florence and refined in the 16th century by Baldassare Peruzzi and Vincenzo Scamozzi. The design spread out of Italy in the 1530s and 1540s and was employed heavily throughout Europe for the following three centuries.
Michelangelo’s Drawings for the Fortifications of Florence
A star fort is also known as a “bastion fort” or trace italienne. It is a fortification in a style that evolved during the age of gunpowder when the canon came to dominate the battlefield in the mid-15th century in Italy. The star fort’s sharp angles helped to eliminate “dead zones” — areas that could not be fired upon due to the angle of the fort’s rounded towers, thus allowing the enemy to undermine the castle walls. Mainstream historians assure us that the forts’ peculiar shape helped the people in charge of them to cover the “dead zones” for protection during battles.
There is no doubt that these star forts were used to fight battles, but that doesn’t mean that the star fort design was evolved specifically for military purposes. Many of these star forts, as you will see, are actually left completely open for enemies to enter. In the NEWEARTH documentary below, you will see how probable it is that these forts originally had a different purpose.
Why Is This Important?
It can be hard to know who to trust because of all the disputes and suspicions in the educational system, politics, and world history. Being able to discern the truth is a powerful virtue in this age of information.
We feel it is important to question the purpose of the star forts because there is a lot to be learned from these massive structures.
Some very evolved technology would have been needed to execute the comprehensive anatomy and design of these forts. They can be found in over 37 countries — America, South Africa, Japan, and Germany, to mention just a few.
Although the star-shaped forts are dispersed worldwide and were built over centuries, the architectural features are so similar that they appear as if they could have been designed by a single engineer.
As visually pleasing as the forts are, however, much of their structure is out of sight. Approximately 50% of the star forts’ structures are underground, and many times they include mazes of tunnels.
Considering the hundreds (possibly thousands) of star forts around the world, in conjunction with their similar shape and form, it begs the question: Beyond the aspects of defense, could there have been a cosmic or stellar symbolic significance to these ancient structures?
The star forts’ locations on hallowed ground underscore their possible symbolic significance, because these places either were, or would become scenes of survival, death, and the afterlife!
The true purpose and technology behind these impressive erections are worth questioning as they may provide solutions to the problems of today.
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