Pyramids, Tels & Ziggurats – Lifeboats

Fig. 1 Egypt Pyramids on Giza Plateau

Fig. 1 Egypt Pyramids on Giza Plateau

Although most people are aware of a few famous ones, there are tens of thousands of pyramids (Fig.1) and similar structures, ziggurats (Fig 2), in the world. Whatever motivated such huge construction projects of similarly shaped structures around the world? Although every modern university has departments devoted to the study of ancient texts, all have failed to connect the cultural myths to the construction of these unique buildings which were so resolutely and conscientiously constructed that they are still intact after thousands of years. Lacking any convincing answer, academics merely revert to the notion that they

Fig. 2 Ziggurat in Mesopotamia

Fig. 2 Ziggurat in Mesopotamia

were built to bring the people ‘closer to their gods’.

Actually, another class of structures, the most productive of all as far as archaeology is concerned, which also required enormous effort to create, are the many tells in the Levant (Cyprus, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, and Turkey). They provide a clue to the actual, practical purpose of all the structures, including

Fig. 3 Tell Urbil in Kurdistan (Iraq)

Fig. 3 Tell Urbil in Kurdistan (Iraq)

the pyramids.  In rolling or hilly areas the tops of natural hills were flattened by stint of manual labor to produce tells at the beginning of recorded history. Many tells hosted entire city-states of culture after culture, each built on top of older ones after they had been destroyed. This layering of different cultures at the same location has facilitated the development of archaeology. The tells utilized the natural stability of the selected hills to provide much larger areas on which entire cities were built, many of which are occupied to this day (Figure 3). The tells served the same purpose as the structures.

Fig. 4 Pyramid el -Castillo in the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza

Fig. 4 Pyramid el-Castillo in the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza

Nor are the pyramids (Figure 4) limited to the Eastern hemisphere.  Actually the Americas have more pyramids than the rest of the world combined. The best known Latin American pyramids include the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon at Teotihuacán in central Mexico, the Castillo at Chichén Itzá in the Yucatan, the Great Pyramid in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, the Pyramid at Cholula and the Inca’s great temple at Cuzco and many more, some of which remain covered by jungle growth.

Geologists study rocks hoping to find clues to the Earth’s past, but the structures discussed above actually provide a much more obvious, valuable source of information concerning global geological events that shaped the world in which we live. All of the structures have three characteristics: (a) elevation above the surrounding terrain, in addition most pyramids were sited on the highest local terrain, such as the Giza plateau (Figure 1); (b) they were stable structures – wide at the base; and (c) their sides were waterproofed. Many pyramids were inherently waterproof since they were constructed of massive stone blocks, skillfully interlocked, which could not be effected by floods. The famous archaeologist, Sir Leonard Wooley, reported that ziggurats were coated on the outside with tar.  The tells originally were flattened, but then as time went by the populated areas on their tops were surrounded by walls (Figure 3), some as thick as 40 meters, which were reinforced on the exterior by piling up earth glacies combined with lime. All of these structures, around the world, were built to ensure the survival of the earliest human beings during the 3,000-year period in which the entire surface of the Earth was being revamped by hundreds of incredible cosmic encounters, which remain mysteries to modern science.

Cyclic Catastrophism.

Fig. 5. H G Wells map showing samudra

Fig. 5. H G Wells map showing samudra

As discussed in many posts on this site, Mars was in a geostationary orbit above Mt. Kailas for 14.4 years and then released into a holding orbit which intersected the orbit of the Earth for 15.6 years. This cycle was repeated one hundred times, resulting in the blasting of the crust, oceans, atmosphere, flora and fauna of the formerly living Mars to the Earth each time it passed through alignments with the Moon or the Sun and Moon combined. Each time Mars was captured, its great mass (the sum of the current masses of Mercury and Mars) only some 35,000 km above the Himalayas, exerted enormous tidal forces on the outer shell of the Earth (post), the lithosphere, which are unimaginable to modern geologists. The immediate effect of each capture was to draw a confluence of waters toward Mars nadir point, forming a stationary tidal bulge surrounding the Himalayas which attained an elevation of over 5,000 m high. The water which formed this bulge, called the samudra in the Rg Veda, was drawn from all directions and remained, a stationary tidal ocean covering northern India for each 14.4 years of each Mars capture. A map (Figure 5) showing this tidal ocean was included by H.G. Wells in “A Short, History of the World”, which also shows depressed levels in the Mediterranean and Red Seas. The location of the Aryan people, the authors of the Rg Veda is indicated (Punjab). That ancient document mentions an ‘eastern sea’ or samudra over one hundred times, which is a mystery to modern day geologists.

Figure 5 Tidal force horizontal on Eartth

Figure 6  Tidal force horizontal on Earth

Most of the water was drawn from areas on the periphery of a spherical cap centered at Mt. Kailas because the tidal force is small and works more efficiently where it is horizontal, causing the water to flow along the surface of the Earth rather than lifting it (Figure 6). This direct tidal effect extended as far as the western coast of Africa and Europe, emptying the English channel (doggerland), the Mediterranean, Red, Caspian seas, which flowed east across Egypt, the Levant, Mesopotamia. Waters also flowed westward across Korea, China and northwest over Indonesia toward the Himalayas, – all places where ‘pyramids’ are located. The flooding was smooth but powerful, and although it lasted only a day or two, carried uncounted millions far from their homelands, never to be seen again. Mars escaped from geostationary orbit 14.4 years after each capture, at which times the waters returned to their normal boundaries essentially by the same routes, except that

during each capture period, the sea level over the entire Earth increased 1.5 meters on average due to water blasted from Mars. This back and forth tidal flow toward the Himalayas and back has led to the notion of a very ancient Tethys seaway, thought to have been terminated by the northward motion of the African plate. But these events all occurred between 3687 and 687 BC.

The indirect tidal effect of Mars caused a similar tidal bulge at the conjugate point of Mt. Kailas, in the southern Pacific  (31 S. Lat., 99 W Long.). Although this was not on land, the flow of water toward this point particularly effected the narrow isthmus of Central America where many pyramids have been found.

The captures and releases of Mars resulted in tremendous earthquakes and volcanic eruptions around the world due to the slowing of the lithospheric rotation relative to the mantle, by what is called tidal drag. This completely changed the continents and their relative locations between 3687  and 687 BC. A period, the Cenezoic, which paleontologists believe was 66 million years long, because they use zircons, all blasted from Martian volcanoes, which give ages of Mars, not the Earth. The fossils and events from this period actually occurred on the Earth during the time covered by the Bible.

Pyramids were Lifeboats

As should be clear at this point, the pyramids and similar structures were built as lifeboats which allowed the people to avoid being carried away by the floods that resulted when Mars was captured and released. As evidenced by ancient boats buried in the desert near Abydos, the Egyptians first built boats for this purpose, but obviously had found they were carried away when the Mediterranean flowed across northern Egypt and so began building pyramids. These had to be very stable structures due to the earthquakes caused by the tidal effects of the nearby Mars on the Earth. The walls surrounding the cities on the tops of the tells were found necessary as the water levels on the Earth increased, and perhaps as the flows of the Atlantic Ocean through the Mediterranean increased

Messinean Salinity Crisis

Each tidal emptying of the Mediterranean lasted each 14.4 years, during which time the remaining water completely evaporated. During each of these periods material from Mars fell to the Earth and some of this has been found between dessicated layers  and used to date them. But the material gives dates of Mars, which is 700 ma older than the Earth. The thick layer of (one hundred) evaporates is currently dated at 5 to 7 million years, and named the Messinean Salinity Crisis, but ended only 2700 yeas ago.

If no use is made of the labors of past ages, the world must remain always in the infancy of knowledge.

 

 

 

 

 

~ by Angiras on June 8, 2016.

 
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