The New Solar System

Captures of Mars

Fig. 1 Orbits of Earth, Mars and proto-Venus between Mars’ geostationary encounters  showing capture and release points.

6,000 years ago Mars was in a Venus-like orbit with plenty of sunlight, oceans and was full of life. Proto-Venus was created by an explosive impact on Jupiter and raged into the inner solar system with excess kinetic energy. It exchanged orbital energy with Mars, bringing Mars into an orbit that intersected that of the Earth (Figure 1). Mars approached Earth (Nov.1) on the night side when Mt. Kailas (31° N Lat.), the gravitational focus of the Himalayas, was 36 ° above the ecliptic. The Himalayas, which acted as a handle of the entire lithosphere, became tidally linked to Mars, forcing the lithosphere of the Earth to rotate more slowly with Mt. Kailas remaining in the ecliptic plane and Mars directly above in a geostationary orbit for each 14.4-year encounter.  This is how captures occurred with angular momentum and kinetic energy conserved. They were restored to Mars at each release of 15.6 years, allowing a total of ninety-nine cycles of 30- years.

Fig. 2. Lithosphere motion relative to mantle. (Differential Rotation … Ricardi et al JGR May 1991)

Evidence of this geologically recent rotation of the lithosphere is shown in Figure 2. The tidal drag of Mars slowed the rotation of the lithosphere. The reason all ancient cultures had two calendars, of 360 and 365.25 days per year. During each encounter the slower motion of the lithosphere relative to the mantle (24 km/hr) continuously supplied silicate lava (rhyolite) up into the continents where they were shallow. The crystallization of this material, during the 15.6-year intervals between encounters, formed layers of granite, comprising the plutons, which although homogeneous are now known to be layered. Ninety-nine encounters in 3,000 years produced all of the granite which raised the continents between 3687 and 687 BC. The indirect tidal drag of Mars also moved the American continents westward, creating the subduction zones on their western coasts and their associated mountains ranges, e.g. Rockies and Andes and drew North and South America westward opening up the continental divide in the mid Atlantic and creating the Pacific “ring of fire”. The remaining signs of subduction and lithosphere motion are merely the aftermath of these geologically recent events. (Figure 3)

Fig. 3. Subduction zones along west coast of N & S American Continents

Mars During Geostationary orbits

The lithosphere of Mars also revolved independently of its mantle during each geostationary capture period. The mass anomaly, Tharsis Bulge, on its equator was forced to remain equidistant from the Earth (conservation of angular momentum) resulting in the north pole of Mars’ lithosphere remaining oriented toward the Earth. All the water in Mars’ northern hemisphere was drawn toward the north pole (outflow channels) at each capture by tidal effect of the Earth.

Due to the powerful tidal force of the Earth this ocean was very deep. The same tidal force melted and drew magma through hundreds of vents in the northern third of Mars creating blazing vents within the water, called circum-polar stars. These interacted with the soil, vegetation and water, forming innumerable hematite spheres, now called “bluberries” in the ocean. When Mars passed through alignments with the Sun and Moon and occasionally with Venus, convulsions caused the hundreds of vents to simultaneously blast water, atmosphere, crust, and blueberries to the Earth, forming its crust and biology. Included in the crustal material were all the zircons now found on Earth, which have  greatly distorted the true Earth ages, since this all occurred between 3687 and 687 BC.

Fig 4 Mars northern island covered with last maelstrom, surrounded by sedimentary deposits from the northern ocean.

The same tidal effect more slowly melted and drew up lava (the world egg) within the deep ocean which grew to form an island, still present at Mars north pole (Figure 4), identified in Genesis as the raqia, the Borealis Planum. The continuing tidal effect then formed a unique hardened vertical lava tube column, resembling a Banyan tree 2,000 km high extending down toward the Earth which became the most propitiated deity in every culture in the world, called Agni, Osiris, Atlas, Brahma, Zeus, Yggdrasil and “the column of smoke and fire” in the Bible. Convulsions often shattered the column spreading scoria over the

Fig. 5 Viking 2 site, 48 N Lat. Both sites are surrounded by scoria from collapsed lava column at north pole.

northern third of Mars (Figure 5). As on Earth, the motion of the lithosphere relative to the interior provided unlimited lava for hundreds of volcanoes in Mars northern hemisphere which blasted rocks, soil, saline water, atmosphere, and vegetation to the Earth when alignments with the Moon or with the Moon and Sun combined, caused convulsions within Mars. This explains the fact that the northern third of Mars is now 7 km below the datum. Moon alignments occurred potentially every fifteen days when the inclined orbit of the Moon crossed the ecliptic. This rock, soil ( & zircons), water, atmosphere and vegetation (as manna, Soma, haoma) now covers the entire Earth.

Releases of Mars

Venus, in its eccentric interior orbit (Figure 1) reached aphelion and inferior conjunction every 30 years on the vernal equinox of the fourteenth year of each capture period. The alignment of Venus with Moon and Sun, caused enormous convulsions shattering the hardened lava column and exposing the large volcanic vent in the northern island which fed the great column. The indirect tidal forces of the three combined to raise the northern ocean above the island, which then cascaded into the deep vent as a whirlpool or maelstrom (Figure 5) and flashed to steam. The pressure opened the 4,900-km long fault, called the Valles Marineris, forcing the solid iron core out, first as the “eye of Ra”, but it continued out as an independent body Hathor, one third the mass of the ancient Mars. The core’s ejection, to the east, reduced the orbital velocity of the outer shell of Mars which started to drift to the west leaving its geostationary orbit. The solid core, also called Sarama (RgVeda), Hermes (Greek), Mercury (Roman) and The Sun Star in Hebrew Tanakh, zoomed low around the Earth to the East in a slingshot maneuver, “killing men in the desert”, caught up to the shell in eight days and reentered the gap before Mars attained its holding orbit (Figure 1). Each complete cycle, capture and release, occurred ninety-nine times. These spectacular releases were observed by everyone on Earth and are celebrated by every culture in the world as eight day or nine night festivals beginning on the vernal equinox.

Fig. 6 Venus and Mercury cavorting in a 5th century BC

Solid Core Became Mercury

At the end of the last encounter, 687 BC, the solid core was deflected by Venus so did not reunite with the shell. The shell contracted to become the present diminutive devastated planet Mars which we currently waste billions to ‘explore’. The solid core, now called Mercury, interacted with Venus for several centuries (Figure 6) and then both settled into their current orbits, where planetary scientists believe (and teach) they have been for 4.6 billion years! In the Bible the planets involved were termed sinning angels and although He used them to perform this greatest miracle, were sentenced by Jehovah, not to Hell as told for Lucifer (Venus) in Isaiah 14:15, but as stated in the the Greek Septuagint, to tartarus, places of restraint, that is, their current orbits, no longer a threat to the Earth.


  • Venus is a proto-planet comprising only the heavy elements that will become its core and mantle. Sulfur is jetting from millions of small domes,  crystallizing to form the lower cloud layer. Sulfur dominates the lower atmosphere, in the form of CS, which was mistaken for CO2 in Pioneer Venus data because they have the same molecular weight
  • Mars is the collapsed outer shell of a planet that was full of life 6,000 years ago, all of which was blasted to the Earth and completely covers it.
  • Zircons found everywhere on Earth were blasted from Mars and are a measure of the ages of Mars which is 700 million years older than Earth
  • Mars tidal drag produced all of the granite on Earth, raised the continents and moved them to their current positions between 3687 and 687 BC
  • Mercury is the former solid core of the original living planet Mars. Its craters are due to impact of rocks blasted from Mars falling toward the Sun
  • Lithospheres with raised mass anomalies rotate independently of their mantles due to the tidal drag of a nearby planets.
  • Jupiter is a solid highly deuterated Methane Gas Hydrate (MGH) planet with the full complement of known element abundances. Explosive impacts on its surface produce the terrestrial planets. The fact that MGH is 80% water explains the origin of water on Earth except that blasted to Earth from Mars.

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

~ by Angiras on December 7, 2018.

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