The Wendelstein 7-X nuclear fusion reactor recently came on-line at the Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik in Greifswald, Germany. A reader informed me of the reactor and I was curious about the harmonics of the location.
A quick lookup on Google Earth will present you with the following overhead view.
Image: Google Earth
Wendelstein 7-X Nuclear Fusion Reactor, Greifswald, Germany
I was not sure of the exact location of the reactor in the building, so I took a guess. The yellow marker shows that. Here is the harmonic analysis of the location.
The calculations show the latitude is tuned to the Light Reciprocal value associated with the Speed of Light – Mass harmonic.
The longitude was found to be tuned to the Energy harmonic calculated from the Speed of Light – Mass harmonic.
What’s interesting here is that the harmonics of both the latitude and longitude are associated with the Speed of Light – Mass value. This doesn’t usually happen. Usually, the latitude and longitude harmonics point to different Speed of Light values. But perhaps the builders placed it intentionally with that in mind.
A very interesting site.