The Young Continents

Fig. 1 The Atlantic Ocean, created during the Vedic Period .is only 2,700 years old.

The continents of the Earth comprise primarily granite. It is the most abundant basement rock that underlies the relatively thin sedimentary veneer of the continents. It is a familiar rock to everyone on Earth due to its light color and texture. It is found only in the continents of the Earth, not in the oceanic crust, or on the continents of any other planets in the solar system, all of which comprise basalt. It is classified as an Intrusive/Plutonic-Igneous rock thought to form when magma rises in large cratons through layers beneath the earth but solidifies while underground. The ascent and emplacement of large volumes of granite within the upper continental crust is admittedly a mystery to geologists because no one has ever actually observed its formation.

The naturally radioactive elements potassium, uranium and thorium are concentrated in granite intrusions, but are not present in the rock matrix itself. They are instead segregated into accessory mineral phases that are dominated by the more abundant zirconium and cerium. In fact, most radiometric dating of uranium (U->Pb) in granitic rocks use zircon crystals which have fallen from the atmosphere, sometimes referred to as ‘zircon dating’. Based upon these measurements, geologists believe that much of it was intruded during the Precambrian age, 4.6 billion years ago (the point at which the Earth began to form) to the beginning of the Cambrian Period, 541 million years ago.

Cyclic Catastrophism

Cyclic catastrophism claims that the masses of the continents and their locations on the Earth today were established during the Vedic Period, between 3687 and 687 BC! As discussed in many posts on this site, this was accomplished by one hundred captures (14.4-years) and releases (15.6-years) of the super-planet Mars, full of life, which at that date included Mercury, its solid iron core, in a geostationary orbit, 44,400 km above the Himalayas. 

At each capture, Mars became tidally bound to the Himalayas which acted as the ‘handle’ of the entire lithosphere, the outer shell of the Earth. Due to the mass of Mars, the combined Mars/lithosphere system rotated slower, and at a 30° angle relative to the mantle. This 24 km/h “tidal drag” meant that a large volume of rhyolite magma comprising the asthenosphere intruded into the continents where they were thinner.. Each time Mars escaped for 15.6 years, the intruded lava cooled, crystallized, and expanded as silicate granite crystals forming the cratons which raised the continents one layer at a time. 

During the same capture periods, alignments of Mars with the Moon and the Sun and Moon combined caused great convulsions within Mars which blasted water, soil, minerals, atmosphere and vegetable sprouts, as manna, or Soma, from hundreds of volcanoes to the Earth. These formed the new crust of the Earth in the form of the soil and sedimentary rocks which settled on the surfaces of the continents as they grew from below due to the formation of granite. This is a confirmation of  Alfred Wegener’s Continental Drift theory, which became ‘watered down’ to ‘plate tectonics’ by geologists because they could not imagine what force could move the continents.

The same captures of the massive Mars above Mt. Kailas, Indra’s Home on Earth in the Rig Veda, tidally attracted the North and South American continents westward, resulting in the Mid-Atlantic Rise, a progressive bulge that extends the entire latitude of the Atlantic Ocean, with the ridge resting on the highest point. This bulge is the result of upward convective flows of the asthenosphere filling the gap created by Mars’opening up the Atlantic Ocean.

The much greater motion of the North and South American tectonic plates is revealed by the more pronounced subduction effects manifested as accretionary orogenic ‘terranes’ along the Alaskan, Northern Canadian, North American Basin and Range province, the Baha Peninsula and South American Cordillera subduction zones caused by compressional, accordion-like folding. Geologists, unaware of the forces exerted by Mars during the Vedic Period, are at a loss to explain all subduction zones of the continents and date the origin of subduction in the Triassic, over 200 million years before the present but the ancient texts explain that all of these changes in the world occurred during Biblical times up to the time of Isaiah.

 

Isaiah 65:17 (KJV)  For behold I create a new heaven and a new earth: the former shall not be remembered or come to mind.

Job 38:4-7  (KJV)  Where wast thou when I laid the foundations of the earth? declare, if thou hast understanding. Who hath laid the measures thereof, if thou knowest? or who hath stretched the line upon it? Whereupon are the foundations thereof fastened? or who laid the corner stone thereof; When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?

~ by Angiras on April 19, 2019.

 
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