Open Letter to Planetary Scientists

Fig. Maelstrom on top of Mars Northern Island 3 km above surrounding terrain


Since you are a planetary scientist, perhaps you could explain how the maelstrom or whirlpool the size of Texas climbed 3 km to the top of the northern island at the north pole of Mars and why has the subterranean radar SHARAD data showing the flow of the water into the large vent at the pole has not been reported. The composers of the RigVeda wrote about this maelstrom happening ninety-nine times and called the vent “the navel of the Earth”, where “Earth” has been mistranslated until now, really meant the heavy version of Mars (still had its solid core), which was in a geostationary orbit 35,000 km above Mt. Kailas, off and on for 3,000 years (3687 to 687 BC).

The answer to the above question is: The direct tidal effect of the Earth combined with the indirect tidal effect of the Sun, Moon and Venus in an eccentric orbit on the far side at a vernal equinox raised the northern ocean, which NASA calls the Oceanus Borealis, and it cascaded into the core of Mars, flashed to steam and ejected the solid core. This was the mechanism, described in Irish ancient texts, by which the Harp was separated from Dagda, Hermes (known as the inventor of the lyre) or Canopus (the steersman) was separated from ArgoHathor from Horus and SaramA from Indra. Proving that the entire world observed these spectacular events.

The funerary text of Pepi I relates that it took eight days for the ejected core to zoom low around the Earth in a slingshot maneuver, catch up and rejoin Mars, some cultures say nine nights, The Jews mark the eight days in the festival of the Seder. Then in 687 BC, Venus deflected the solid core of Mars and the two drifted into the inner solar system (guess what they call the solid core now) and Mars collapsed in on itself, obeying the laws of conservation of energy and angular momentum went out to its freezing orbit. Oh, by the way, these 99 encounters were the means by which the current crust and all flora we enjoy today covered the Earth.

This is how far modern geology and astrophysics are from the truth.
John Ackerman

“The Cosmic Origin of the RigVeda” by John Ackerman available in paperback at Amazon and Barnes and Noble

~ by Angiras on July 21, 2019.

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