THE DAY THE EARTH CRACKED
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Heavy rains over the course of several days have caused flooding on the Oregon coast, with rivers overflowing their banks and ocean waves moving in causing severe damage and stranding people.
This is the worst flooding that has been seen there in a long time. Many beaches along the Pacific coast have been flooded out by heavy rain and high tides.
In fact, some people are saying that the “snow moon” may have something to do with the flooding as the skies will be having a trifecta of a snow moon, a New Year comet, and an eclipse.
We know that the moon has an effect on the tides which are strongest when the sun and moon are aligned.
It’s small, the moon, but so close that its gravity stretches and compresses the water across the globe, into high and low tides called spring and neap tide, respectively. It pulls on the Earth’s crust, too, but only a tiny bit, especially compared to the breath-like rise and fall of an ocean.
Still, scientists have wondered for years whether the moon might play a role in earthquakes, which are essentially movements of the Earth’s crust atop its mantle. It would make sense that the moon’s gravity could tug at a fault in the crust, especially one that is already close to failing and slipping.
The moon also triggers particle flow which disturbs the Earth’s magnetic field.
As lunar phases continue and solar activity keeps picking up over the next few years, more changes can occur in our lives which at times can feel challenging.
Several years ago, I wrote a presentation where I had noted that the Earth’s Rising Base Frequency or “heartbeat,” was rising dramatically.
Though it varies among geographical regions, for decades the overall measurement was 7.8 cycles per second. This was once thought to be a constant; global military communications developed on this frequency. Recent reports set the rate now at over 11 cycles, and climbing.
Science doesn’t know why, or what to make of it. There also seems to be a force pulling on the Earth that can be detected and has been written about for decades and still there is no word on whether or not this could mean danger for human beings.
While Earth’s “pulse” rate is rising, her magnetic field strength is declining.
A new warning has come to NASA from the Inuits. They are warning that the change in climate is not due to global warming but rather, because of the Earth shifting a bit.
The Inuits are local people that live in the Arctic regions of Canada, the United States and Greenland. They are excellent weather forecasters and so were their ancestors.
Presently, they are warning NASA that the cause of change in weather, earthquakes etc, are not due to global warming as the world thinks.
They also report the Earth has shifted or “wobbled”. “Their sky has changed!”
The elders declare that the sun rises at a different position now, not where it used to previously. They also have longer daylight to hunt now, the sun is much higher than earlier, and it gets warmer much quickly.
Other elders across the north also confirmed the same thing about the sky changing when interviewed. They also alleged that the position of sun, moon and stars have all changed causing changes in the temperature.
This has also affected the wind and it is very difficult to predict the weather now and according to them predicting weather is necessary on Arctic.
All the elders confirmed that the Earth has shifted, wobbled or tilted toward the North. This information provided by the Inuit elders has caused a great concern in the NASA scientists.
Science has reported that for the past 160 years the magnetic field on the Earth has been weakening.
You might imagine the magnetic field is a timeless, constant aspect of life on Earth, and to some extent you would be right. But Earth’s magnetic field actually does change. Every so often – on the order of several hundred thousand years or so – the magnetic field has flipped. North has pointed south, and vice versa. And when the field flips it also tends to become very weak.
As the field is continues to grow weaker, we may be seeing in our lifetime more dramatic earth events, including a global reversal of the magnetic poles. Such a major change would affect our navigation systems, as well as the transmission of electricity.
Earth’s magnetic field is created by convecting iron in our planet’s liquid outer core. From the wealth of observatory and satellite data that document the magnetic field of recent times, we can model what the field would look like if we had a compass immediately above the Earth’s swirling liquid iron core.
These analyses reveal an astounding feature: There’s a patch of reversed polarity beneath southern Africa at the core-mantle boundary where the liquid iron outer core meets the slightly stiffer part of the Earth’s interior. In this area, the polarity of the field is opposite to the average global magnetic field. If we were able to use a compass deep under southern Africa, we would see that in this unusual patch north actually points south.
This patch is the main culprit creating the South Atlantic anomaly. In numerical simulations, unusual patches similar to the one beneath southern Africa appear immediately prior to geomagnetic reversals.
In July of 2009, there were many strong indicators that there were cosmic changes happening and magnetic fields were becoming unstable on the planet. Russia, France and several other countries issued warnings to all of their aircraft to exercise “extreme caution” during flights “in and around” an area defined as Latitude 17 North, North Atlantic Ocean, Latitude 3 South, South Atlantic Ocean to Latitude 8 North, Indian Ocean, Latitude 19 South, Indian Ocean between the Longitudes of 46 West, 33 West, 46 East and 33 East, and which covers the greater part of the African Tectonic Plate.
The reason for this unprecedented warning was because of rapid fluctuations of magnetic fields causing tectonic instability.
During this time of magnetic shift warnings there was also a scientific essay written about the South Atlantic anomaly which is a dip in the Earth’s magnetic field, allowing cosmic rays and charged particles to reach lower into the atmosphere. This interferes with communication with satellites, aircraft, and the Space Shuttle. While there are theories as to why this occurs, the geologic origin is not yet known. The Earth’s magnetic field is there to protect us from threats.
A breach in the magnetic field leaves us open for danger.
A breach in our magnetic protection can cause all sorts of catastrophic consequences. There were many warnings issued from SOHO and NASA that the solar cycle was about to become very hostile and would cause severe if not chaotic conditions on planet Earth.
While global sustainability pundits plan for the extinction level events by warning you of silly Co2 levels, I contend that the most important thing that keeps life on Earth hanging in the balance is the magnetic and tectonic health of the Earth.
Chaos theory studies the behavior of dynamical systems that are highly sensitive to initial conditions, an effect which is popularly referred to as the butterfly effect. Small differences in initial conditions yield widely diverging outcomes for chaotic systems, rendering long-term prediction impossible in general.
This happens even though these systems are deterministic, meaning that their future behavior is fully determined by their initial conditions, with no random elements involved. In other words, the deterministic nature of these systems does not make them predictable. This behavior is known as deterministic chaos, or simply chaos.
Doom and catastrophe are a constant on this planet; however no one in the mainstream media is speaking about complexity theory of even the idea that from the chaos comes order and that most the things regenerate and repair themselves over time.
Charles H. Hapgood, was an American academic, and one of the best known advocates of a Polar Shift Theory. In 1958 Hapgood published his first book, The Earth’s Shifting Crust in collaboration with James H. Campbell, a mathematician and engineer. Hapgood suggests is that at some time around 10,000 BC the lithosphere shifted as one mass, instantaneously, by a margin of 30 degrees. Of course there needs to be an example of evidence of this possibility and all I can think of is that evidence has been found in Siberia where considerable quantities of mammoth carcasses have been discovered, seemingly instantly frozen. Some even remain in a standing position and the contents of both their mouths and stomachs show their diet was a mixture of plants only to be found in temperate zones.
Nature News and news services out of Turkey have reported that the African continent is literally unstitching itself apart just like the sleeve of an old shirt. The East African Rift traverses from the southern end of the Red Sea, going through Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique. The molten lava beneath the Earth’s surface there makes it thin by constantly pushing against it, and eventually breaks it and tears it apart.
The land is definitely ripping apart and coming to the surface in Ethiopia is the ocean.
Any month now, an ice shelf the size of Delaware could break off Antarctica, and scientists are working to figure out exactly when that day will come.
According to a new report from the New York Times, the Larsen C ice shelf’s massive crack grew by 17 miles in the last two months and is now more than 100 miles long. With the crack growing by about five football fields a day – a rate that has accelerated in recent months. Experts know the shelf is becoming more and more likely to collapse.
If it does we will be seeing one of the biggest ice bergs floating in the southern hemisphere. The ice shelf already rests on the water, so it won’t raise sea levels, but once it’s gone, glaciers that sit on land can move faster toward the ocean.
Of course there are many people that are blaming the collapse on climate change, but the scientists studying the situation say that’s probably not the case.
The breakaway has been happening since the mid 1980’s, according to scientists.
Another large Earth fissure appears to have formed after recent heavy rain in Pakistan’s Balochistan Province. The fissure apparently spans several hundred miles, sparking panic among local residents.
Closer to home, there are cracks and rips in the earth and various reports of sink holes reported that can happen anywhere at any time. A little over a year ago a crack in the Earth opened up in the foothills of the Little Bighorn Mountains in Wyoming.
This crack in the Earth split did not register an earthquake in the region despite moving up to 20 million yards of Earth and additionally, it happened within the same time frame as a series of earthquakes all across the world spreading out over 7,000 miles in just one day.
Last month, a new Earth fissure, about 2 miles long, was discovered 10 miles SSW of Picacho Peak State Park of Arizona.
Cracks in Arizona result from basin subsidence that accompanies extensive ground water withdrawal in the Sonoran Desert. In Arizona, fissures first appeared near Eloy in 1929 and are now identified and mapped in basins in Cochise, La Paz, Maricopa, Pima and Pinal Counties.
After stories about huge sinkholes happening in Siberia made worldwide news scientists were puzzled about why the Earth would have mini explosions making large holes and sending debris skyward.
The craters were found in an area called Yamal, which translates as “the end of the world.”
This part of Siberia contains deep gas fields, and it also contains a lot of small lakes, which formed between 4,000 and 10,000 years ago when the climate was warmer, so it could be a mixture of heated gas explosions – or heat from the earth melting the permafrost.
Meanwhile in the United States, we hear of sinkholes swallowing up neighborhoods and causing massive amounts of damage.
Florida has more sinkholes than any other state in the nation, according to the local agency that oversees insurance regulations and compliance.
Even if sinkholes aren’t happening more frequently, there is evidence that they’re affecting more people. The state’s Office of Insurance Regulation said 6,694 sinkhole-related claims were filed in 2010 compared with 2,360 claims in 2006.
One technology that could help: a new remote sensor from NASA to predict sinkhole formations. It’s called Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar and uses satellites and drones to detect changes in ground elevations over time. Such changes may indicate an area’s vulnerability for sinkholes. Think of it as an ultrasound for Earth.
Both natural phenomena and human activity can trigger sinkholes. Heavy rainfall, especially after a drought, and tropical storms contribute to the forming of a sinkhole, while man-made sinkholes can be prompted by heavy pumping of groundwater for agricultural protection, investigative drilling, and excavation.
However, with all of the Earth upheaval, perhaps it is time to revisit the theories of Charles Hapgood.
He would correspond with Albert Eisenstein about his theories and while both acknowledged that magnetic pole shift would take some time, there are certain things that could happen which could rush the process creating pole shifts and tectonic displacement.
Hapgood and Einstein both acknowledged that a pole shift could occur in a short span of time. All that was needed to create a pole shift and seismic destruction would the approach of a huge magnetic tsunami caused by some celestial body, or the impact of large enough meteor.
Science is just scratching the surface with regard to magnetic waves and their effects on the Earth.