The Royal Road of the King of the World, and the Ancient Center of the Earth
The Royal Road of the King of the World is a 20-degree band around the Earth that has 30 degrees north latitude as its center. This band is not, technically, the geographical center of the Earth, which is marked by the equator. But when the square miles of land south of 30 degrees’ north latitude are counted together (not including the Arctic or Antarctica), and the square miles of land north of 30 degrees north latitude are similarly tabulated, both equal approximately 26 million square miles. Thus, the Royal Road of the King of the World exists at the very center of Earth’s landmass. In ancient times this central region was denominated by many civilizations living upon it as the “Center of the Earth.”
Legendary King of the World
Along the Royal Road of the King of the World are “Courts of the King.” They are “imperial cities” at the “Center of the Earth” where the legendary King of the World installed his throne at the beginning of a cycle of time and then established a glorious center of culture, a “Garden of Eden,” where the sacred and mundane sciences could be taught. This legendary King of the World was once known all over the globe by a variety of royal names, including Sanat Kumara (India), Enki (Sumeria), Ptah-Osiris (Egypt), Masau’u (Hopi), Melchizedek (Palestine) and Tawsi Melek, the “Peacock Angel” (Yezidis).
According to their corresponding legends, many of these monarchs once traveled around the globe along the Royal Road while blessing our planet and spreading sacred rites and teachings designed to help humans worship and directly commune with God.
Here are the co-ordinates of many ancient places within the 20-degree band that were once known as Gardens of Eden, Centers of the Earth and Courts of the King of the World:
Sedona, Arizona 34.8600 N, 111.7892 W
Four Corners 36.9990 N, 109.0452 W
Hopi Second Mesa 35.82 N, 110.50 W
Mt. Kailash 31 N Lat 81 E Long
Giza 30 N Lat, 31 E Long
Lalish 36 N Lat, 43 E Long
Eridu 30.8158 N Lat, 45.9961 E Long
Jerusalem 32 N Lat, 34 E Long
Kauai 22.0833 N Lat, 159.5000 W Long
Courts of the King of the World
Leading this list are Sedona, the Four Corners and the Hopi Mesas, all of which were once part of the territory of the Hopis. The ancient Hopis referred to their homeland as Tuwanasavi, the “Center of the Earth.” In this region Masau’u, the King of the World and principal patron of the Hopis, established his court at the imperial city of Palatkwapi, the “City of the Star People,” which is now known as Sedona.
The striking red stone of Cathedral Rock, Sedona, Arizona. ( CC BY 2.0 )
Palatkwapi was a “Garden of Eden” for both the Hopis and Yavapai, which is a tribe of inner Earth people who after leaving their subterranean abode made Boynton Canyon in Sedona their first settlement on the surface of our planet. Masau’u also established a court in the Hopi Mesas in proximity to what is today known as the ancient Hopi village of Oraibi, the longest continually inhabited town in North America. Oraibi is short for Sip-Oraibi, meaning “the place where the Earth first became solid.”
The Hopi Reservation
As presented by Gary David in The Orion Zone , the Third Mesa that the town Oraibi sits upon is one of seven terrestrial landmarks that mirror the seven stars of the Orion constellation - the celestial home of the King of the World.
Giza, Egypt and the nearby ancient metropolis of Memphis is another Court of the King located at the “Center of the World.” This truth was recently proven by the “archaeocryptologist” Carl Munck, who discovered that the ancients made Giza the crossing point of the earliest Prime Meridian of longitude and then measured all their temples and pyramids around the globe from it. During dynastic times, Giza and Memphis – known as HiKu-Ptah, the “mansion of the Ka of Ptah” - became the court of King of the World, PtahOsiris, the universal monarch who once encircled the globe upon his bull. Giza and Memphis reflect the Hopis’ Sip-Oraibi in a couple of important ways.
- The Sacred Omphalos Stone, Navel of the World and Communicator of the Gods
- A Paradise Lost: In Search of Eden
- Eden in Egypt – Part 1
According to Egyptologist Robert Bauval in The Orion Mystery , seven strategic landmarks in Egypt are terrestrial reflections of the royal constellation of Orion. They include the three pyramids of Giza that reflect the three stars of Orion’s belt. Moreover, Memphis was built upon a primal mound that the ancient Egyptians identified as the first plot of solid land to emerge out of the sea that once covered Earth.