As explained in many posts on this site, cosmic encounters of Venus, Mars and Mercury with the Earth in the last 6,000 years produced all the evidence currently interpreted as the Cenezoic Era covering the last 66 million years. The the surface of the Earth – soil, rocks, ocean, atmosphere, flora and fauna has come from these bodies during the last 6,000 years and cannot be used to determine dates of Earth events.
The Younger Dryas stadial was delineated by two overturnings of the entire lithosphere of the Earth without changing its rotation rate, due to two close passes (encounters) with a large body. These resulted in the capture of the Moon as indicated by the climate of the Earth changing at that date to the Holocene. The overturnings caused the oceans to overflow the continents, covering vast areas with two layers of ocean bottom material.
About 6,000 years BP (Before the Present) proto-Venus was blasted out of Jupiter by a fusion explosion resulting from an impact on its solid, highly deuterated surface. It similarly overturned the lithosphere on two close passes, finishing the destruction of the dinosaurs, scorching a path from the Sahara across Asia to the Himalayas and outgassing its geological ‘signature’, known as the iridium spike found in all parts of the Earth. The four inversions increased the thickness of the asthenosphere, the slippery layer on which the lithosphere and surface on which we live freely moved, and reduced its viscosity in preparation for subsequent cosmic encounters.
Proto-Venus then sheparded the most ancient terrestrial planet, Mars, which was a living planet, from its original orbit, similar to that of Venus today, into an orbit which intersected that of the Earth. This reduced proto-Venus’ orbit inside that of the Earth (Fig. 1). From this orbit Mars became captured in a geostationary orbit of the Earth above Mt. Kailash, at the Nov. 1 crossing point and remained in that orbit for 14.4 years, then was released on the vernal equinox, at the other crossing point where it remained for 15.6 years. Thus one cycle of capture and release took 30 years. The cycle was repeated one hundred times between 3687 and 687 BC. Every geological feature currently attributed to the Cenezoic era on Earth was formed during this 3,000 year period, by cosmic forces. Thus the other three terrestrial planets left the vicinity of the Earth only 2,705 years ago. The prophet Isaiah who lived in 687 BC states the words of the Lord including a caveat exquisitely predicting the world’s current understanding of the ancient events:
Isaiah 65:17 17 For, behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind.
The life on Mars was blasted to the Earth by the eruption of more than one hundred volcanoes in its northern hemisphere, which remained facing the Earth during each 14.4-year (a manvantara in the Rg Veda) geostationary encounter, also called kalpa. The blasts occurred when the Moon, or the Sun and Moon combined, passed behind Mars’ disk, which was 530 times the area of the full Moon (REF 1). As a result of the one hundred kalpas, all of the atmosphere, water, soil, flora and fauna (long story) were gradually transferred to the Earth, as mankind looked on. The top layer of Earth, deposited since the dinosaurs were exterminated, 6000 years BP, were blasted from Mars and the dates obtained from them are indicative of Mars not Earth ages.
Each time Mars became captured in geostationary orbit above Mt. Kailias (normally at 31 deg. N latitude), the gravitational ‘handle’ of the
lithosphere, was drawn south to the ecliptic plane, the plane of the solar system, where it remained for the entire kalpa. During these periods there were no seasonal variations on the Earth. The temporary north pole was in central Canada, evidenced by the huge Laurentine glacier that formed there, where an unexplained, rapid isostatic rebound is still taking place. Mars, known as Indra in the Rg Veda was renown for “releasing the waters”, i.e melting and breaking up the Himalayan glaciers, characterized as battles with Vritra, serpent-like foes that ‘confined’ the water in the mountain valleys, by raining down of innumerable huge flaming meteorites, some of which shorted out the ionosphere causing “thunderbolts”.
At each capture, the tidal effect of Mars, drew the waters of the hemisphere toward the Himalayas, particularly from distant places such as the eastern edge of the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean and the Indian and Pacific Oceans, where the tidal force was more horizontal.
A huge stationary tidal sea accumulated covering northern India, peaking close to Mt. Kailias at Lake Manasowar, elevation of 5,000 meters. This ‘eastern sea’ was an every-day part of Aryan life, called the samudra, a confluence of waters, appearing 150 times in the Rg Veda. As shown in Figure 3, miraculously published in a book titled “A Short History of The World” by H.G. Wells, who had no idea of its significance. It also shows the Mediterranean Sea partially emptied. I have annotated the location of the Aryan civilization in the Punjab, which, as a result was a seafaring nation during each kalpa. At the end of each kalpa, this sea rushed down through the Himalayas catastrophically carving the five largest rivers which all have their origin at Mt. Kailas (Fig. 4).
These 30-year periodic flows were the reason that the Levant cultures were centered on tells and built pyramids (REF). At the beginning of each kalpa, the eastern Atlantic (doggerrland) flowed across the Mediterranean, which was practically emptied, resulting in one hundred layers of evaporates, currently called the M-layer and discussed by paleontologists as the Messinian Salinity Crisis. At the end of each kalpa, the waters returned to their normal levels, but not necessarily by the same paths, at the same time mixing with new living material fallen from Mars resulting in the confused state of geopaleontology concerning Tethys, Eastern, Central and Western Paratethys, etc.
The paths of this east-west flow were modifed during the 3,000-year Vedic Period by plutons raising the central Asian mountains. In the short time frame proposed here, it is doubtful that the motion of the African continental plate was a factor. Similarly at the onset of each encounter with Mars, tidal flows of briny Eastern Atlantic water into low areas interior of the coast increased the deterioration of Saharan Africa for all life forms. There was nothing like the continents Laurasia and Gondwana during the period attributed to the Cenezoic, which all occurred in the last 6,000 years. Because of the profound changes in the Earth during this period any investigation of more archaic events is questionable.
The mass of Mars (still had its solid core, Mercury) tidally linked to the lithosphere via Kailas, slowed its rotation relative to the mantle by an amount testified by the fact that all ancient cultures had two calendars, with 360 days per year during each kalpa and 365.25 days per year between kalpas. This allows the calculation of the relative motion of the lithosphere relative to the mantle. The resulting westward motion of the lithosphere, 15 miles per hour, at a 30 deg angle dictated by the motion of Mt. Kailas in the ecliptic plane, profoundly effected the continents of the Earth (REF) resulting in the subduction of the oceanic plates on the western edges of the continents. Due to the prior reduction of the viscosity and thickening of the asthenosphere, the relative motion of the lithosphere and mantle continuously provided enormous amounts of fresh magma which intruded up into the low-lying areas of the continents, raising the Alps, Carpathians, Taurus, Elburz and Dinarides and the North American craton. The intervals between kalpas provided for the slower cooling of the plutonic rocks to form the magnificent, lower density granite (REF), found nowhere else in the solar system, giving the continents additional buoyancy needed, since the sea levels on Earth rose some 150 meters as the water from Mars was added. These 15.6-year intervals also allowed the water on Mars to be redistributed around the entire planet, since only the water in its northern hemisphere was available for blasting to the Earth during each encounter.
The Deccan Traps were extruded as a result of the tidal force of Mars directly above when in its geostationary orbit. Geologists pay little attention to the fact that there are many (one hundred?) equally thick layers some 20 meters thick. Each layer of the Traps corresponds to a single kalpa (Fig. 5). (See Deccan Traps are a time machine). This was the same sub-surface rock from the asthenosphere that produced the granite plutons beneath the continents but it cooled rapidly, forming small crystals. The shifting of Mt. Kailas to the ecliptic plane during each kalpa resulted in the placement of southern India in the south of the geomagnetic field, resulting in the reversed magnetic field of the Traps. Failure to understand cyclic catastrophism has led to the notion that the Deccan Traps were formed when India was located at reunion island, at 30 degrees S and that since their formation the Indian continent has drifted northward some 2,000 miles over the last 66 million years. Rocks with reversed magnetic fields have been found around the world, designated ‘chrons’ purported to represent ancient ages due to continental drift.
Attempts to date the Deccan Trap rocks have failed to produce ancient ages because they are not old, but material between the steps (separates), which settled from Mars between kalpas, provided a wide range of ages, since they were blasted from hundreds of Martian volcanoes which have been used to bolster the Cenezoic interpretation.
Proverbs 8:29 “… he set a boundary for the sea so the waters would not exceed his limits, when he marked out the foundations of the earth.”