Mercury – Not what the scientists are telling you
From about 3700 to 687 BC Mars repeatedly orbitedthe Earth, which captured practically all the atmosphere, biosphere (as seeds in manna. Soma, ambrosia) and water from that planet. once these volatiles were captured, Mars split into two portions, the solid core exited through its mantle, the great gash now called the Valles Marineris, and was deflected into the inner solar system to become what astrophysicists believe is a complete ‘planet’ Mercury. (One astrophysicist suggested that it might have been a more normal planet but had been impacted by a large body which blasted off its mantle and crust – showing that they have considerable doubt about its being a complete planet.) The mantle along with a portion of its liquid core contracted as it drifted out to become what the astrophysicists now believe is the complete ‘planet’ Mars.
The people who lived throughout the Bronze and Iron ages observed the planet Mercury, and called it Hermes, Hathor and Mercury. It glowed blue then red as it first appeared through the Valles Marineris, only 33,000 km from the Earth. At which times it was referred to as ‘the eye of Horus or Ra,’ and inspired the Greek myth of the cyclops, the one-eyed race of iron workers. In Egyptian myth Set (proto-Venus) was said to have stolen Horus’ eye. In fact, all cultures have a one-eyed deity, for example the deceiver, ad -dajjal. The parallel grooves scratched on its surface by the rocks surrounding the Valles Marineris as it exited were interpreted as the strings of a lute, ‘invented’ by Hermes in Greek myth. A comparison of the hieroglyph of the ‘eye of Horus’ exactly matches the canyons which surround the Valles Marineris and the parallel lines gouged on the surface of Mercury, now called the Mercurian grid (see figure 1), are the strings of Hermes’ lute.
The pristine surface of Mercury has become covered with innumerable rocks and dust blasted from the northern third of priori-Mars during its interactions with the Earth – the same regolith that covers the near side of the Moon. The flat-bottomed craters on the surface of Mercury reveal that it is primarily solid iron, because the impacts could not penetrate the actual surface.
Mercury reveals another misconception of modern astrophysicists, who currently believe that the internal magnetic fields of terrestrail planets are generated by the ponderous circulation of liquid iron in their outer cores, between the solid core and the mantle. Since Mercury has a near perfect dipole magnetic field, they claim that it ‘must have’ at least a liquid layer or core. However Cowling’s Theorem explains that this type of dynamo cannot produce a perfect dipole field. Since Mercury was recently the solid core of Mars, this proves that the global fields are generated by supercurrents within the solid cores. The assymmetry of Mercury’s dipole magnetic field relative to its current north pole is further evidence that it is due to a layer of crystalline superconducting material.
The solid cores are slightly less dense (see high pressure phases) than pure iron (nickel-iron). I maintain that they comprise FeH, which is known to form a layered mineral – one that could likely become a superconductor under the high pressures within a planet. The superconducting state within Mercury probably retreated to greater depths once the required pressure of the overburden was removed, thus accounting for its diminished strength relative to that required to have formed the strong permanent magnetism found in Martian rocks, the source of which is now absent.
|And I said to my Spirit, When we become the enfolders of those orbs, and the pleasure and knowledge of everything in them, shall we be fill’d and satisfied then?|
|And my Spirit said, No, we but level that life, to pass and continue beyond. Walt Whitman