Insight into Mars

Fig. 1. Egyptian drawing of the solid iron core ready for ejection from Mars through what they called the ‘double doors’, the Valles Marineris.

Mars was full of beautiful life forms as recently as 3687 BC and was in a Venus-like orbit with ample sunlight. At that date it was deflected by proto-Venus into an orbit crossing that of the Earth. From this orbit It was repeatedly captured in a geostationary orbit of the Earth for 14.4-years and released for 15.6-years on the vernal equinox by the alignments of Venus, Moon and Sun. This 30-year cycle was repeated ninety-nine times. During this Vedic period all the life resources of Mars were blasted to the Earth by convulsions when it passed through alignments with the Moon or the Sun and Moon combined.

Mars escaped this orbit each time when the solid iron core was ejected. It zoomed around the Earth to the East in a slingshot maneuver and caught up to the shell of the planet which drifted west over the Middle East with a gaping hole  and caught up to it in eight days and reentered. The solid core exited and reentered through the Valles Marineris. At the last encounter the solid core was deflected by proto-Venus and did not recombine with the outer shell, which then collapsed in on itself and is now the diminutive Mars,only a shell of its former self, and entered its current distant orbit only 2,700-years ago. The solid core interacted with (still) proto-Venus and the two, currently called Venus and Mercury, settled into their current orbits.

As a result, the vegetation, rock, soil, salt, atmosphere, oceans on Mars in 3687 BC were completely blasted to the Earth, leaving Mars a desolate place. The search for microscopic life and the idea of terra-forming Mars are ludicrous. The Valles Marineris surely show signs of the lava which flowed out along with Mercury on ninety-nine ejections and reentries, extending from the surface deep into the liquid core. Due to over ten thousand convulsions there is not much heat or seismic activity left in this burned-out shell of a dead planet. Unfortunately, evolutionist academia wants you to believe the entire solar system is 4.6 billion years old, so they continue to interpret all data from the planets in these terms. That is why they cannot interpret Pioneer Venus and Juno data.

Fig. 2 Valles Marineris as seen when priori-Mars orbited Earth

Fig. 3. The Eye of Ra hieroglyph, An obvious image of Valles Marineris with the core exiting

In the Pepi I Meryre (“beloved of Ra”) funerary epic, the Valles Marineris was termed the “double doors” and states specifically that it took eight days for the core (Hathor) to close the distance and recombine with the shell. This 30-year cycle was observed by ninety-nine generations of mankind. The Egyptians celebrated these releases with the Sed Festivals, every 30 years. The passing of the shell over the Middle East at each release was the origin of the Jewish Passover, which is celebrated at the vernal equinox for eight days. The Vedic Aryans celebrated a nine-nights festival and the Persian new year Nowroz, (nine nights) is also celebrated at the vernal equinox.

What became of the solid core of Mars at the end of the Vedic Period? It interacted with Venus for a few centuries and then settled into orbit closest to the Sun, as the planet Mercury.

There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

~ by Angiras on December 4, 2018.

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