Olympus Mons Origin

Mars Olympus Mons

Fig. 1 Olympus Mons, part of the Tharsis Bulge on Mars.

The largest features on the terrestrial planets did not just pop-up from the interior as currently taught. The Tibetan-Himalayan complex, 2600 square miles in extent, and the Tharsis Bulge on Mars, of which Olympus Mons is just a part, are not ancient features. The only way such anomalous features can rise is from close passes of other terrestrial planets. In the these two cases proto-Venus, born from a huge explosive impact on Jupiter only 6,000 years ago was the culprit. Its explosive birth injected it into the inner solar system, but not into a nice regular orbit. It rampaged throughout the inner solar system and its orbit only became tamed by multiple close encounters with Mars and the Earth.

In the Rg Veda, the original form of proto-Venus was called Aditi (diti meaning bounded, but the A prefix negates the meaning) therefore Unbounded. Due to its rampaging orbit, it was seen in many aspects, and  each was given a specific name. When seen in the day sky along with the Sun it was called Surya (sun maiden), when in the night sky it was Pushan (the travelers guide), and when it approached and scorched the surface of the Earth from the Sahara to the Himalayas, it was called Agni (Fire). During the 3,000 year Vedic Period when Mars was captured and released in its geostationar orbit ninety-nine times,  proto-Venus was observed  as MitraVaruna.  Mitra was the glowing planet seen in daytime, while Varuna, with his beautiful out-gassing ‘robe’ could only be seen at night. Proto-Venus was instrumental in the release of Mars from each of its geostationary orbits. All of the visual aspects of proto-Venus were called Adityas, sons of Aditi.  The list of Adityas also includes two more beautiful effects that appeared when proto-Venus approached the Earth as a morning or evening ‘star’. When its outgassing increased a portion of the glowing gases would flow toward the north magnetic pole and another toward the south resulting in the Ashvins (twins). When these gases struck the ionosphere they created Ushvas (aurora). Because of proto-Venus’ proximity, the auroras formed much nearer to the equator and could be seen by the Vedic peoplle. Concerning the Adityas, the Rg Veda even states “the wise know that the one has manifold names”.

Prior to the Vedic Period, before Indra (Mars) approached the Earth, the RgVeda states that Indra and Agni had many battles, because everyone could see atmosphere being drawn from Mars, the water in which froze into white ice crystals extending between the two worlds. This was pictured as Indra taking huge draughts of the intoxicating and nourishing Soma from Agni, which caused him to grow, that is to approach the Earth. When Indra approached the Earth it was greatly misshapen because the greatly distended Tharsis Bulge, including Olympus Mons, leading to the description that Indra was an ugly child, in other words, not a spherical world. Figure 1 shows clearly that Olympus Mons was uplifted vertically by an external force. A world alone cannot form such a feature because there is nothing to ‘push against’. Physical evidence in the form of Venus deposit half the size of the US is present in the form of the Medusae Fossae Formation.

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Fig.2 Orbits of Earth, Mars and proto-Venus between Mars’ geostationary encounters geostationary encounters showing capture and release points.

Indra, sheparded by proto-Venus then entered an orbit which crossed that of the Earth, shown in the second figure. It was captured from this orbit into a geostationary orbit of the Earth, only 33,000 km above Mt. Kailas around Nov 1, where it would remain for 14.4 years (a kalpa or manvantara) then be released at the vernal equinox, and remain the in the crossing orbit for 15.6 years. The resulting 30-year cycle was repeated ninety-nine times. During this 3,000 year period the the continents were raised and the entire Earth was covered with 80 to 100 kilometers of soil, minerals, atmosphere, deluges (by Vayu, Maruts and flora in the form of intoxicating Soma which contained sprouts that covered the Earth) blasted from Mars by internal convulsions when the Moon or the Sun and Moon combined, passed behind the mandala or disk of Mars. The most dangerous patas (“falls” of large hot meteorites) and Vajra (meteorites that shorted out the ionosphere to the Earth producing thunderbolts), caused by alignments with the sun and moon are described in Chapter XI of the Surya Siddhanta, titled “The Chapter of the Falls” and by the frustrated english translator as “Of Certain Malignant Aspects of the Sun and Moon”, the meaning of which is only revealed in my books and on this site.

Fig.  3  A ‘bow’ feature on Io due to a volcano

When the alignments occurred, Indra (Mars) took on a frightful aspect, described in the Surya Siddhanta as “Being black, of frightful shape, bloody-eyed, big-bellied, the source of misfortune to all, it is produced again and again”.  This was the face of Rudra, famed for his bow, which were actually arcs of material ejected from  active volcanoes seen near the limb of Mars from which meteorites (Maruts) were launched.

The world we know today was completely re-surfaced in the last 6,000 years after the dinosaurs were buried under many kilometers of ocean-bottom material, then by iridium out-gassed from proto-Venus and the entire life-related material from Mars formed the new crust of the Earth.

Isaiah 65:17 For, behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind.

~ by Angiras on April 1, 2017.

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