History of Grand Canyon

Cyclic Catastrophism

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

In preparation for the re-surfacing of the Earth, the lithosphere was inverted four times without changing its rotation rate. These inversions caused the oceans to rush across the continents, covering them with up to four layers of ocean-bottom material, the boundaries between which are currently called Mid Lithosphere Discontinuities, These ensured the complete destruction of the former reptilian flora and fauna dominated by the dinosaurs.. They also thickened  and reduced the viscosity of the asthenosphere by heating it.

The living planet Mars, with its core Mercury in a Venus-like orbit, was  then sheparded by the still molten proto-Venus into an orbit that intersected that of the Earth (Figure 1).

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

Mars then became captured in a geostationary orbit above Mt. Kailas 44,400 km from the Earth (center to center). Mars’ moment, thereby attached to the lithosphere, forced it to rotate independently of the mantle with Mt. Kailas (31 ° N Lat.) remaining in the ecliptic plane, forcing a marathon 14.4-year tropical temperature on the Himalayas (Figure 2). This motion also forced a point in Central North America (Canada) 59° Lat. into a 14.4-year marathon of sunless winter, resulting in the accumulation of estimated 9,000 ft Laurentine glacier, which completely covered northern North America as far south as Wisconsin. Then due to a close inferior conjunction and aphelion of proto-Venus, Mars was released into its intersecting orbit (Figure 1) for 15.6 years.  This 30-year cycle was repeated ninety-nine times

During these capture periods, convulsions within Mars, induced by alignments with the Moon or the Sun and Moon combined, blasted the atmosphere, oceans, soil, rocks and vegetation (as living sprouts, manna) to the Earth. This material formed many layers of wet soil and rocks in ninety-nine rhythmic horizontally bedded layers of sedimentary rocks that covered the continents of the Earth, including the area of the Grand Canyon and floods from the melting Lauurentine glacier formed the Colorado river and the rhythmics of Walla Walla, separated by “less than forty varves (years)” in Washington State. During the same periods the tidal drag of Mars  caused the entire lithosphere of the Earth to revolve 24 km/h westward relative to the mantle as a unit, thus all ancient cultures had calendars of 360  and 365.25 days/year . The silicate material at the top of the mantle acted as a bearing and its ample silicate lava flowed up into the continents where they were shallow.

During each release period, the silicate lava which had intruded beneath the continents cooled and crystallized expanding as low density granite causing an uplifting of the continents , these cratons, although homogeneous, have recently been found to have been emplaced incrementally. During these 15.6-year periods the Laurentine glacier, returned to normal seasons, melted and the massive discharge of water flowed across what is now known as the USA, found its way to the sea. In the farthest northwest these flows caused the Scablands of J. Harlen Bretz  when the glacial damns were breached. Farther to the East, the melting glacier sent flows across the originally low-lying western states which found their way to what is now called the Colorado River.

Therefore each cycle accumulated an additional layer of wet, soft sedimentary rock which was raised at the same pace due to the formation of subsurface granite and in locations like the grand canyon were just as quickly was eroded away by rivers during the subsequent 15.6 years. Ninety-nine of these cycles built the mountain ranges, continents, canyons and provided the millions of species of flora and fauna which constitute our beautiful new world. Since the solid material from Mars was primarily soil and water, the Earth is covered by many sedimentary layers except where granite cratons rose through them, exclusively in the continents of the Earth, The

Fig.3 The North American Craton

North American craton remains hidden below the surface.

Repositoning of the Continents

Mars’ geostationary position above the Himalayas forced the lithosphere to rotate 31 degrees so that the Himalayas remained in the ecliptic plane, slowing the motion of the entire lithosphere by 24 km/h relative to the asthenosphere and creating a temporary equator during each capture period, evidence of which is just becoming recognized as screwed hot-spots in the oceans of the world. Mars tidally drew together the greater Eurasian continent toward the Himalayas, including India, the Arabian plate, even Australia.  This caused the opening of the East African and Red Sea faults, the continental collision of the Arabian peninsula with the Eurasian continent, forming the Zagros mountains and folding from the alps increasing toward the Himalayas.  Mars direct tidal force on the northern part of the North American continent and its indirect tidal effect on rest of the continents moved it northwest away from the Eurasian continent, while Mars’ indirect effect effect on the South American continent moved westward. These motions opened up the entire Atlantic Ocean in only 3,000 years from 3687 and 687 BC, created the strong subduction zones on their west coasts and combined with the direct westward motion on the greater Eurasian continent, created the Pacific “Ring of Fire. The subduction of the American continents produced the Rockies, North and South American Cordilleras and the Basin and Range Provence on the west coast.

Zircon (U-Pb) Dating

Based on the ancient myths of RgVeda, Egypt, Celts, Greeks and clues in the Bible, these ninety-nine 30-year geostationary encounters with Mars took place between 3700 and 687 BC. Otherwise they could not have been observed and ancient texts composed about them.  Because the Earth is covered by sedimentary rock from hundreds of volcanoes on Mars the suspiciously ubiquitous zircons give a wide range of ages, all characteristic of the more ancient Mars, not of the Earth.

This entire resurfacing (terraforming) of the Earth was cotemporaneous with the Biblical period from Genesis to the time of Isaiah, 687 BC, who wrote:

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

Not only is the evidence present around the world in agreement with the myths, but the caveat in this verse holds true, since academics are completely blind to both the changes in the heavens and the Earth. This period is currently called the Cenezoic and dated by evolutionists, who need the great span of time, in all departments at 66 Ma. Of course, this is because the magnitude of the world resurfacing is incomprehensible to them.

 

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~ by Angiras on January 10, 2019.

 
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