Origin of Mid-Lithosphere Discontinuities

  1. During the Younger Dryas, the entire lithosphere of the Earth was inverted 180 degrees without changing its rotation and then returned by two close passes of a large body acting on the Himalaya, and the Moon was captured marking the beginning of the Holocene. These inversions of the lithosphere heated the asthenosphere and caused the oceans of the Earth to flow across the continents, covering them with salty ocean-bottom material that began the destruction of the serpentine dinosaur life.
  2. 6,000-years BP proto-Venus, was born from an impact on Jupiter, a solid, highly deuterated, low density methane gas hydrate giant planet.
  3. Proto-Venus, called A-diti (un-bounded) in the RigVeda, rampaged through the solar system, ejected Mars, a beautiful planet, 600 million years older than the Earth and full of life, from its ancient Venus-like orbit into an orbit that intersected that of the Earth.
  4. Close passes of the incandescent proto-Venus overturned the lithosphere of the Earth two more times, by tidal impulses on the Himalaya, scorching the Earth from the Sahara to the  Himalaya, leaving the iridium layer and destroying all remaining dinosaur life, further deepening and heating the asthenosphere and covering the Earth with two more layers of ocean-bottom material.
  5. Mars then became captured in a geostationary orbit 35,000-km above Mt. Kailas “Indra’s Home on Earth”, the focus of the raised Tibetan-Himalayan anomaly, for 14.4-years at a time and was then released for 15.6-years. This 30-year cycle (a day and a night of Brahma) was repeated 99 times, during which period all the life-forms on Mars were blasted to the Earth each time Mars passed through alignments with the Moon or the Sun and Moon combined. This material covered the Earth with 50-km or more of sedimentary rocks, soil, 150-m of water and live sprouts in manna, Soma and Haoma. The physical differences between this layer and the sea-bottom layers below are the source of strong Lithosphere Discontinuities MLD,resulting in large Poisson ratios.
  6. Although Mt. Kailas is located at 31 N Latitude, the tidal drag of Mars forced the entire lithosphere to rotate with Kailas remaining in the ecliptic plane, and slowed its rotation to 360 days per year, using the heated and thickened asthenosphere as a bearing and a source of rhyolite for continent building.
  7. During each 14.4-year kalpa, Mars raised each 20-m layer of the Deccan traps from the asthenosphere, but because the silicates in the asthenospheric rhyolite dissolved in the ocean, the Traps are composed of basalt. The tidal drag of Mars slowed the rotation of the lithosphere relative to the mantle (by 24 mph) and the ample rhyolite flowed as plutons up into the continents, layer by layer, wherever they were low (for example what are now recognized as the Tethys and Paratethys oceans), and given the time between the kalpas, the rhyolite cooled slowly, forming the low density granite found only in the continents of the Earth.
  8. The plutons, although homgeneous, have recently been found to have been produced incrementally, just as the Deccan Traps and at the same times..
  9. The tidal drag of Mars moved the continents westward, creating subduction zones on the west coasts of the Eurasian and African continents. The ebb and flow of the Atlantic, Med (Messinean salinity crisis) and Red sea to and from the tidal bulge surrounding the Himalaya (samudra in the RigVeda) created a seaway, currently imagined to be evidence of an ancient Tethys Sea that separated  super continents Gondwana and Laurasia.
  10. The horizontal gravitational attraction of Mars, 6.6 earth-radii above the Himalaya, on the North and South American continents drew them westward opening up the mid-Atlantic rift and causing the Pacific ring of fire.

 

~ by Angiras on August 17, 2018.

 
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