Thoughts on Gaia

Thursday, 11 February 2016

Thoughts on Gaia

There are rocks in northern Canada that are 4 billion years old and there are places on earth where the continental crust is better than twelve miles thick and extend to forty-five miles, and the average altitude of all the continents is about 2000 feet.

It’s been shown that the oceanic basins’ crust is much thinner, most notably in the Pacific, it’s also been noted that the oceanic crust is only about 200 million years old. So why is there such discrepancy in age? It can’t be put down to continental drift and subduction aided by silting.

Yes earth renews itself through continental drift but when we consider the pacific ring of fire I think we must consider it in a new light. Clearly the earth’s crust was damaged hugely by an impact, one that shattered it and gouged out an enormous chunk of it.Yes we’ve talked about Nibiru’s moon crashing into Tiamat and thereby leaving the asteroid belt as undeniable evidence of the collision.

It really troubles me that the scientific community won’t realize that even though they claim not to believe in god, their short-sighted narrow-mindedness precludes them from the wisdom that was left us through the Sumerian record. I truly believe that all our scientific leaders should be schooled in the Sumerian creation epic The Enuma Elish that this document should be made as much required reading as Newton’s Law. They teach us that π = 2.14, that it’s important to know, so why don’t they teach us what’s vital to know?

A scientist/historian quickly comes to believe that there is no such thing as god, and their right about that, some even find out about the Sumerians but most relegate the Sumerians to myth and legend why? Because our programming as children kicks in and that programming starts us off as believing that there is no such thing as aliens. Whether we believe in god or not our education system is based on Judean/christian influence, which says that god created us and that we’re alone in the universe.

Some want empirical data, saying that pyramids and clay tablets are too circumstantial, well perhaps on the surface they are but, as we dig further into history’s secrets the evidence of alien contact becomes overwhelming. I suppose that these artifacts that are 2000 years old don’t prove that our ancestors knew of flight   and strongly indicate alien contact.

Many scholars have said that it’s impossible that African or Mediterranean cultures ever got to the Americas, I beg to differ, when the Spanish looked up from land grabbing and plundering, they couldn’t help but notice that many of the customs and belief systems were incredibly close to those of the bible. Some said that this was because the American natives were one of the lost ten tribes of Israel.

They were close but again we have the church to thank for getting it wrong again. As we know the church was brutal as it forcefully converted the native population to Christianity, as we’ve seen the church continues to propagate a huge irony, let’s worship the dragon that we’ve dedragonized.

Here’s the thing though, we know that Marduk/Thoth was Quetzalcoatl ; this son of ENKI brought Sumerian/Egyptian cultural systems with him to Mesoamerica. We know that when the ANNUNAKI left Mesoamerica they did it by water craft, which is why the Spanish were, welcomed so warmly when they first arrived on south American shores, the native Americans thought that their gods had returned. It’s possible that the

 ANNUNAKI used a device very similar to this

to navigate while at sea.

The Antikythera mechanism (/ˌæntɨkɨˈθɪərə/ ant-i-ki-theerə or /ˌæntɨˈkɪθərə/ ant-i-kithə-rə) is an ancient analog computer[1][2][3][4] designed to predict astronomical positions and eclipses. It was recovered in 1900–01 from the Antikythera wreck, a shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera.[5] The computer’s construction has been attributed to the Greeks and dated to the early 1st century BC. Technological artifacts approaching its complexity and workmanship did not appear again until the 14th century, when mechanical astronomical clocks began to be built in Western Europe.[6]

The mechanism was housed in a wooden box about 340 × 180 × 90 mm in size and comprised 30 bronze gears (although more could have been lost). The largest gear, clearly visible in fragment A, was about 140 mm in diameter and had 223 teeth. The mechanism’s remains were found as 82 separate fragments of which only seven contain any gears or significant inscriptions

So once again the assertion from narrow-minded scholars is called into question, not only do our scientific leaders need to be properly schooled, our church needs to be revamped entirely and needs to tell us the truth.

Four Billion Year Old Continent in NWT

A fiery ball of molten lava – the beginning of our planet, four and a half billion years ago. There was no atmosphere, no oceans, and no rock as we know it; the conditions were too hot for the molten material to form solids. But, slowly, things cooled, and five hundred million years later, areas of the earth’s crust had solidified. Amazingly, remnants of these first rocks have remained intact through the ages, and are now being studied by geologists looking for hints of that nascent world. The oldest rocks have been found in Australia, scattered crystals that date back 4.28 billion years. But located in the Canadian Arctic are rocks over 4 billion years old that form a solid mass, the heart of one of the first continents on Earth, perhaps the first1.

Figure 1: The heart of the archaic continent is located just north of Yellowknife, NWT.2

Just north of Yellowknife, in the Northwest Territories, Canadian geology sleuths Wouter Bleeker and Richard Stern have been examining the composition of these primeval rocks to piece together the first 1.5 billion years of the ancient continent’s history. The rocks stretch continuously for hundreds of kilometers – they are not scattered remnants, but a solid chunk of a continent (Fig. 1)!

The piece of ancient crust is made of gneiss, a metamorphic rock that forms under high temperatures and pressure (Fig. 2, 3). The top of this layer is uneven, an indication that it has been exposed to the elements for some time; it has been weathered.

Figure 2: Canadian arctic gneiss. Gneiss is a grainy metamorphic rock with a banded appearance that is due to the separation of the different minerals into layers.

Some of the layers on top of the gneiss are much younger–about 2.8 billion years old. This gap in time likely represents a period of uplift, when forces from the mantle below forced the continent upwards, exposing its surface to the elements. After millennia of erosion, the continent then sank below an ocean and sedimentary layers – sandstone, and other, iron-rich rocks – began to accumulate. The 2.8 billion year old layers are volcanic, indicating that the wafer of rock was ripped apart, and lava from below flowed over the crust’s surface (Fig. 4).

Figure 3: Very old gneiss intruded by younger, probably 3.6 billion year old granitic veins or “dykes”.

Along the eastern flank of this archaic landmass, the layers of gneiss, sandstone, and volcanic material are all missing. This is a sure indication that the 4 billion year old continent was once bigger–that the Canadian chunk is only a portion of a larger continent, perhaps even a supercontinent. Other pieces of this continent may still exist! In places as far afield as Wyoming and Zimbabwe, rocks dating to the same age and with the same layering pattern have been found. The history of this archaic landmass is obviously a convoluted one, but it just might be the information gleaned from the relic located in Canada’s arctic that illuminates it.

Figure 4: A cross section of rock, showing the layers that reveal an ancient continent’s history.3

Published by kristuzac

Editor: Christopher Grout Contributing Editor: The ”Nanny”

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