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11 Post-Cataclysm Earth

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Submitted by LoneBear on Thu, 03/27/2014 - 14:13

What will happen if a core flare occurs say, for example, in the springtime of 2003? Mayan records indicate that the earth trembled with volcanoes and earthquakes for 3 days. The sun and moon stopped in the sky, then moved “crazily” in different directions. Then they were blocked out by clouds, and the sun did not shine again on the land for 26 years (due to the volcanic ash and dust thrown into the atmosphere).

The Hopi describe it as:

“The twins [the two gods who hold the rotational poles in place] had hardly abandoned their stations when the world, with no one to control it, teetered off balance, spun around crazily, then rolled over twice. Mountains plunged into the seas with a great splash, seas and lakes sloshed over the land; and as the world spun through cold and lifeless space it froze into solid ice.”1

The equatorial paradise of the ancient Hopi had been relocated to the arctic region of the new poles.

In Norse mythology, “Sibyl’s Vision” says of Ragnarok (the final battle, where the gods are destroyed), “The sun will go black, earth sink into the sea, heaven be stripped of its bright stars; smoke rage and fire, leaping the flame lick heaven itself.”2

From the Christian Bible, Revelation 6:12:

“And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood; and the stars of heaven fell unto the earth, even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs, when she is shaken of a mighty wind. And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places.”

Virtually all myths has a similar description of the end times, which seem to recur. The native tribes of the Americas describe four such destruction’s in their history. The Yuga system describes three such cycles, others describe many more. All the recent destruction’s seem to fit near these time frames, obtained from ancient records. Note that the dates do not correspond with geologic time scales.

Ancient Records
(BCE)

Geologic Period
(BCE)

Era

Comments

75,000

100,000,000

Cretaceous

Breakup of Mu

50,000

65,000,000

Paleocene

2nd breakup of Mu

1st breakup of Atlantis

24,000

45,000,000

Eocene

2nd breakup of Atlantis

16,000

12,000,000

Oligocene

Lemuria disappears

9,600

10,000

Modern

Final sinking of Atlantis

3,114

4,000

Modern

Start of Mayan calendar

It is interesting to note how the “ancient records” greatly differ in time scales from modern geologists. When examining the methods of long-term dating, I did discover that there is a cumulative, exponential error in geologic dating that relies on radioactive decay. Anything beyond the 5,000-year range of carbon dating may be drastically wrong, and the Earth may be much younger than ever conceived—by as much as a factor of 1,000:1.3 The 4.6 billion year age of the Earth, may be as little as 500 million,4 and mankind may have been present when dinosaurs walked the Earth, as actually shown etched in ancient Peruvian stone tablets. Also, recent fossil evidence in Texas is supporting this hypothesis—much to the objection of anthropologists—having found human footprints petrified in rock next to dinosaur tracks, as though the humans were hunting the dinosaurs. Originally thought a hoax, until they discovered the tracks continued under a large cliff, and when excavated, showed the same human/dinosaur prints.

It appears that a major disruption of the Earth’s surface is due, as well as a magnetic pole shift. It may be possible to determine where the breaks will occur; plate tectonics are fairly well defined, but typically limited to oceans. Breaks under the continental crust can also be identified by the separation of land masses, and mountain ranges.


1 Waters, Frank, Book of the Hopi (Penguin Group, New York, 1972), p. 16.

2 Sturluson, Snorri, The Prose Edda, Tales from Norse Mythology (University of California Press, Los Angeles, 1954), p. 90.

3 Further analysis done in 2013 indicates a cumulative error, reaching as high as 230:1 for the age of the Earth. The dates surrounding the ancient continents are off by approximately 10:1, so 50,000 years is actually 5,000.

4 Work done by Prof. KVK Nehru in his paper, “The Large-Scale Structure of the Physical Universe, Part 1: The Cosmic Bubbles,” places the age of our sun, and therefore the planets, at approximately 18.4 million years—not billions.