New Mars Mission

A new mission, INSIGHT, has been launched and will land on Mars in November. Its instruments are focused on the interior, via measuring heat flow from the interior and monitoring passive seismic signals. A question being addressed is to find the origin of the Tharsis Bulge. Instead of waiting for the first data, the mission overview announces that all the rocky planets are older than 4 billion years. The heat flow instrument is designed to be pounded 16 feet into the surface, but at different depths it emits heat pulses and records the resulting temperature of the soil and the decay rate to determine the thermal conductivity of of that layer. Although the landing site is thousands of km from the Tharsis Bulge, they claim that the heat flow instrument extending a mere 16 feet will “provide clues” to the heat source that raised Olympus Mons which is three times the elevation of Mt. Everest. For thirty years dozens of probes have studied Mars, Venus, Mercury and Jupiter ‘providing clues’ but have not determined the origin or makeup of any of them. The true origin and makeup of these bodies are all explained on this website.

Around 4000 BC proto-Venus made close passes to both the Earth and Mars, raising enormous anomalous masses on these planets: the Tibetan-Himalayan Complex and the Tharsis Bulge respectively. These huge anomalous masses in the lithospheres cannot be generated by processes in the interior of an isolated body. The uplifted masses were used as ‘handles’ allowing close approaches of other planets to control the motion of their entire lithospheres as a unit, completely independent of the planets mantle and core. The most extreme example of this was the repeated capture and release of Mars in a geostationary orbit of the Earth, which produced the beautiful granite mountains which expanded the continents of the Earth and blasted the full complement of life on Mars to cover the Earth.

Once this process was completed, in 687 BC, the solid iron core of Mars, called Hathor (Egypt), Sarama (RigVeda), Hermes (Greek) and Mercury (Roman), exited Mars for the last time and became the planet Mercury. Scientists have found that Mars has no solid core and no magnetic field, and that Mercury is a solid chunk of iron with a magnetic field but being stuck with the assumption that the solar system has been in its current configuration for 4.6 billion years, will continue to look for ‘clues’ to the origin of these for another thirty years.

Based on the fragments of his writing, Heraclitus, who lived perhaps a century after the Vedic Period, tried to explain the planetary encounters to the Greeks told in the overly complex myths of Homer and Hesiod, but was labelled a heretic in those times, because the Greek hierarchy had adopted a standard model, just as modern science has. Some of his quotes are given below.


“Whoever cannot seek the unforeseen sees nothing, for the known way is an impasse.”

“Stupidity is doomed, therefore, to cringe at every syllable of wisdom.”

“Even what those with the greatest reputation for knowing it all, claim to understand and defend, are but opinions.”

“Give me one man from among ten thousand if he is the best”
― Heraclitus, Fragments

~ by Angiras on August 30, 2018.

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