Malta’s Clapham Junction Cart Tracks (Cart Ruts) site guide and photo guide to the South field of Ghar il Kbir (Maltese for the Clapham Junction location), the largest and most famous Cart Track location in Malta and the world.
Malta’s Clapham Junction Cart Tracks site guide
This small section south of the main Cart Tracks at Clapham Junction is less visited but has some interesting gEUlogy including Cart Tracks double triangle or parallelogram, Grey Rock lumps and a very odd thin twin line that has a different mineral in it and leads to the parallelogram/triangle.
Cart Tracks south field
These are Cart Tracks that turn into Cart Ruts. The intersect creating a wide junction, similar to the main Cart Ruts at this site but different compared to the Cart Ruts “Spaghetti Junction” at San Gwann.
This part of the Junction shows a very well defined curving rut. Why do they intersect and curve so smoothly. Does this show the widest width of whatever formed this particular Rut and why is the rest of it so wide yet this part so narrow?
The Cart Ruts are wide but then you have these middle raised sections which do not extend the full length of the Cart Ruts.
Grey Rock lumps – Out(crop)standing?
This is the same type of grey rock you will find at the top of the main Clapham Junction Cart Tracks and other places on the Maltese islands where there is unusual geology features.
One such place is Pembroke on top of the rolling hill / mini escarpement. Here you find Grey Rock in outcrops and amazing and stunning lines.
Lichtenberg figure pattern on rocks?
On the Grey Rock at Clapham Junction and other locations is found a consistant pattern that at first glance looks like a brain pattern. If you invert the colour of the image you will see that it resembles a negative Lichtenberg Figure.
If these grey rocks are outcrops then why do they look so fresh and virtually no signs of erosion or breaking down? They may have been formed more recently than is assumed or are they still forming or at least maintaining their shape?
Thin lines cuts across the Cart Ruts in the south field of Clapham Junction. The rock is a slightly different mineral in one of these lines. Along the extension of these lines is this bizarre formation. It looks to be another Cart Triangle but it could be a Parallelogram.
This particlular rock may show how the other shapes are formed and may give a clue as to how the Clapham Junction Triangle came into existence. If the Cart ruts Triangles and other strange geological features were created by a Plasma Discharge Event these lines and shapes could be where Electric Universe activity occured.
This particular triangle is located along the path of some “line cutters”. Thin straight lines that slice through the rocks and Cart ruts. The Clapham Junction Triangle also has a pair of lines running close along its top. The Cart Ruts at San Gwann’s junction also have Line Cutters with a similar feature that one of them has altered rock in it, as though it has been changed to sandstone or some orange mineral.
Clapham Junction Cart Tracks Line Cutters or Creators?
Distinct lines cut across the lower Cart Ruts in the south field. One is very different to the others. It has the orange coloured mineral (might be sandstone but likely to be iron rich) in it that is seen on other Electroblemes at Clapham Junction and other locations around Malta.
Malta’s Clapham Junction Cart Tracks Form Guide
One puzzle that is unlikely to be fully answered is how were the Cart Ruts of Malta and around the world formed?
We may not be able to say for certain how the strange Cart Ruts shapes were formed but we can start to work out some ideas and theories. The shapes appear to follow or be created between lines.
More on how the Cart Ruts and Cart Ruts associated shapes were formed, either click here or on the “Form Guide” link on the side bar.