2012 – Doom - the rest of the story - by Clif High *LINK* *PIC*

2012 – Doom - the rest of the story - by Clif High *LINK* *PIC*
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Sunday, April 03, 2011 06:57 pm

2012 – Doom - the rest of the story.


Skeptics: don’t waste your time fighting with me about the views expressed herein. Instead go to YouTube, and search for the video\'s produced by Neal Adams. Watch a few of these and then debate the issue with your own lying eyes before getting raspy with me.


That the Expando Planet cycle is dualistic in nature, showing both steady, continuous growth, and periodic pulses of very rapid (and from the inhabitant\'s view point, violent) growth. The idea is that the Sun, operating on the Precessional cycle clock would send out giant waves of energy for perhaps a hundred years or more (this would lengthen as the sun itself grows – also part of theory) at the points of \'opposition\' (these are affected by our relationship to the galactic plane) on the cycle. The energy waves ramp up and peak, then wane to steady output, as we see happening with other energy sources in universe. The \'pulse\' (from human viewpoint) of energy waves at the end of each Precessional cycle would cause the relatively rapid, and violent growth of the planet. Then as side effects of the pulses hitting the planet, two effects would be expected; the magnetosphere would be recharged due to the plasma core being over excited (effects of this are much higher magnetic levels which would tend to resist or moderate future inputs from the Sun; and the thinning of the \'skin\' of the earth taken as a whole. These pulses would seem to be THE necessary energetic component to cause the whole process to function. That is to say that the steady outpouring of energy from the Sun, even absorbed into Earth\'s plasma core where some level of it is converted to matter, would not likely be the cause for the first ripping of the crust into the continental plates we see today. Yes, the steady outpouring is the cause of the continuous growth (and continental spread) seen here on earth, and could be expected to eventually cause enough pressures to rupture the crust, but the behavior of the solar system would suggest not. Rather, since we can observe the Sun to be variable and exhibiting periods of great excitement itself as over these recent years, and as there yet remains pockets of evidence for extreme outpouring of energy from the Sun, we can postulate that the growth of planets (and presumably stars) is dualistic in nature, consisting of brief, violent outbursts, and long steady periods of continuous activity.

This postulate could be used to explain why planetary crust would rupture the way it is observed here on earth, as well as explain why we have such violent disasters as the Banda Ache (Sumatra) tsunami. In fact, the dualistic nature of rapid and violent growth working its way out from the core of the planet fits our observations and predictions of what must occur. It is logical that if the sphere of the earth is covered with a rigid crust, that the crust must crack as the sphere expands. The Banda Ache tsunami was caused by the cracking of the sea floor very rapidly at the northern point of the Ninety East Ridge. This ridge is one of the many spreading points on the ocean floors on the planet.

Effects to be expected if the Expando Planet model is correct, include a more or less continuously lengthening orbit. Some of the scant few surviving human records show that the most recent increase was from 360 day period out to our present 365.24 days as earth slows down due to bulking up. Also note that even the academic view of earth\'s orbit is that it gradually lengths, though they put it down to a \'slowing effect\' as though friction from space were the cause. Further the expansion will also impact by slowing our rotation as well as orbit. Though curiously, it can be expected that the plasma core will spin more rapidly as it is flooded with energy from the Sun. While it will consume some of the extra spin in creating new matter (the \'core\' of the expanding planet experience), it can be expected to maintain a higher rate of spin over time, even as it grows due to the extra excitement coming from the Sun over these next few decades.


Growth patterns:

All mountain ranges will be originating as north to south structures, that are then twisted by the movement of the continental plate upon which they rest. So those mountain ranges that are other than north south are indications of shifting. Those which are north to south *may be sites of future cracking as they have not moved off the seams which fed their growth. Mountain ranges create by rips in the earth under the crust which then have accretion of new matter under them thus \'wrinkling\' up the crust and forming mountain ranges.

If we examine the history of the planet we can conclude that no new mountain ranges have formed since the split of the continents excepting those individual mountains created by volcanic forces. This make sense. What probably occurs is that the planet creates matter from energy in the plasma core which then is expelled upward, pressuring the crusts, and at some point, small ruptures appear underneath the crust, and the resulting pressured material being forced through the cracks created the mountain ranges. Each mountain range creation was likely the result of an expansion episode. Then, as each mountain range was created, it took the pressure off the planetary crust. This probably occurred repeatedly during the early part of terrestrial history as the earth reacted to each episodic solar energy inundation with a new mountain range. This reaction worked until the level of the plasma core was exceeded in one expansion episode. This \'failure\' of the mountain range building response to solar radiation storm was likely due to a combination of the plasma core growth itself which increases the amount of new matter being produced as the core was larger and therefore could process more of the solar radiation into matter, as well as the crust of the planet being
\'reinforced\' by the mountain ranges to the point that no upward expansion of the crust could take place, and it necessarily had to part and thin in order to accommodate the latest expansion episode. This rupture of the continents also was likely as a direct result of the solar radiation flood during one of these periodic, precession related, expansion episodes rather than the accumulation of continuous matter creation. So the mountain building period of earth is over. Such areas as Lake Titicaca in the Andes, in which we find a salt water port and formerly salt water lake at the great height of 11,000+ feet, is probably due to there being shallow oceans over the area prior to the creation of the Andes mountain range. Also the city near by the port on the lake was most likely created after the lake had been raised to that height. Recent examination of its layout and orientation now make this more apparent. Therefore the death of approximately half of its inhabitants 11,800 years ago (m/l) probably resulted from the earthquakes at that time that were the result of that expansion event. But were not likely linked to the rise of the lake to that height. This would seem to be supported by the current levels of activity in that region as we approach this next expansion episode.


Earth expands at the middle, just like humans. Tearing takes place at the poles. The north pole is more stable (at this particular period) due to the much larger continental mass though at some future cycle when this mass cracks....

However, the equatorial bulge is causing larger tears, and greater depth, and greater length to rips near the equator. This is also where we see the largest rift valleys on the planet. As may be expected with an Expando Planet model, the continents that span the equatorial bulge should show the greatest examples of tearing. That is just what is seen with the Great Rift Valley in Africa where the equator crosses the continent as well as in the location of the Amazon River and its associated valleys in South America. Other geo-active areas include Indonesia which also has its larger islands sitting at the top of the equatorial bulge. Lacking the stability provided to both Africa and South America by their masses, the region of Indonesia is likely to experience much increased earthquakes and volcanoes as we go forward into this next decade.

The structure of the major mountain ranges on the planet, Himalayas, Andes, Rockies, et al, are visually similar to the growth ridges in the oceans near by the mountains. This is evidenced by the parallel nature of the Rocky mountain range to the angle of the continental slope of north America. This is evidenced most strikingly in the complex shaping of the Himalayan mountain range which is repeated on the ocean floor. The same forces created both.

Given the Expando Planet model, it is unlikely that water could be a real problem at the level of a global flood. While it is probable that water levels will initially be quite variable, based on land heaving up underneath, these episodes should be not too violent and transitory. Water levels might even go down hugely if a major tear opens up, thus draining water....a\'la Africa and its developing new sea. This would lower water levels globally, and wreak havoc on ocean currents. May even alter weather if the in rushing water reaches molten magma. Other water observations are that the Expando Planet model does not support the idea of global flooding on the earth as it is now. As the earth grows, it does so with expansion due to new material from deep in the core as well as by shoving the existing continental plates further apart. So, absent any new major crack opening up that would drain a significant portion of the ocean mass, the Expando Planet model suggests that each expansion period raises water levels by spreading them out further over the planet as the ocean basins get filled in from below by new rocky material, usually in the form of magma. Basically lots of volcanoes spewing out extra large amounts of magma as the planet adjusts to the flood of energy from the Sun will displace water and thus raise water levels globally over time. Further all the volcanoes under the oceans will increase the water temperatures and cause some small level of expansion of the water.

While it is probable that much of the new matter being created *will* be of more simple molecule construction such as hydrogen and oxygen, and thus the planet may provide more water as part of its growth process., it is not likely to create enough new water during any future expansion event to significantly alter the ratio of ocean to land in any individual expansion period/event, however over time, the growth of water volume could be considerable.

Stated for clarity, given the Expando Planet model as the explanation for the planetary trauma observable here on earth, it is not possible that we will have a crustal shift in 2012. While we will have a magnetic pole shift, with its attendant problems, and we will also experience a solar expansion event, we will not have the oceans of the planet crawling out of their basins to wash over the continents.

However, it is predictable that various solar effects (such as have taken place in recent years) will impact humans as a species at multiple levels from mutations through to larger infrastructure issues that may include failing dams, or nuclear plants.

There are some points of evidence that half of all growth has been in the last third of planetary life. Or so it would appear. The more growth in more recent times design pattern would explain a lot in both planetary and human history. Machu Pichu showing a rebuild period once more modern locals took it over is indicative of the cyclic survival of the megaliths. First, in a previous cycle (pre 11,800 years ago) some culture creates megaliths, then gets wiped out at one of the cycle peaks. Some time passes. Modern humans rise up after the last cycle peak (11,800 years ago) and knowing a good thing when they see it, set about repairing the earthquake damage to Machu Pichu and other sites. We are building on top of the evidence of previous cycles.

It is undeniable that some process impacts life here on earth periodically that knocks civilization back to the starting point. We have this process associated with the precession of equinoxes, but that may be erroneous judgment about what happens to our civilization. But we cannot know for sure, due to the trauma that has caused us to have to \'start over\' in this last half of the current precession cycle. If one examines the out of place artifacts, and what is known as \'forbidden archeology\', evidence will be found that supports humans having been on earth for millions of years, yet we do not have a million year old civilization. In fact, our civilization does not go back past half of one precession period. Further, given the evidence of other, past, civilizations, it would appear that we are indeed, as a species, subjected to periodic catastrophe that resets our civilization back to the barely tribal level. Ominously for us humans now alive, it appears that the civilization reset happens in a rapid way, and we are now in it. This is to say that the acceleration of earth changes and solar system changes these last few years are clearly arguing that a cycle peak is approaching or is now underway.

The expansion of earth seems to have been in the Pacific basin mostly causing the ocean to grow on this side of the planet via ruptures and sudden tears in the ocean floor (think Banda Ache earthquake and tsunami). While along the other side of the ring of fire the event will produce upthrust along west coast of the America\'s due to the expansion along the continental slope, the Middle America trench, and the Peru trench. The expansion along the Peru trench is likely the cause for the recent escalation of major, damaging earthquakes along the western South American coast. This can be expected to continue. As can the volcanic activity. As can the sinkholes, and land slips/slides. In fact, the land slides should also be expected to escalate to \'long run out slides\' that may move mountain soils dozens of miles in minutes in sort of a dry version of a lahar.

We further postulate that the sun instability grows each cycle, as does the earth. This is due to the increasing size of the planets having that much more impact on the Sun as their angular momentum alters the solar rotation. We can even hypothesize that an early solar system, with commensurately smaller planets would have had a longer period between expansion events. This is due to the long time it takes for the angular momentum of the orbiting planets to affect the solar tensions by pulling the solar equator around faster than the solar pole. Then over time, as the planets grow, the periods involve decrease. This is due to the creeping impact of planetary mass on collected angular momentum. This would allow for the period of expansion events to be irregular, and to decrease in length over time. Further, this same mechanism of increasing planet size causing increasing distortion in solar rotation via greater angular momentum in the solar system may also explain why the evidence seems to suggest that recent expansion events have had increasingly greater impact on humans. Indeed, the previous event almost made humans extinct.

This then means that each subsequent expansion of planetary growth is bigger than last one, in spite of the earth being larger, and theoretically able to resist the change more each time. The evidence we find all over the planet is supporting the idea of an increasing expansion effect each time, and an increasingly disruptive impact on the human social order.

This theory would therefore support the idea that Atlantis and Mu may have been able to flourish due to length of time between catastrophes and due to the catastrophe \'intensity\' value being lower the further that one goes back in earth\'s history. Then, fat planets and angular momentum caught up with them. No, their continents did not sink below the ocean, but their civilization may well have as what had been large coastal plains became flooded, and those cities were lost to the ocean both in the Atlantic and Pacific. Further the reports of Atlantis being lost beneath the oceans may well also be interpreted as being lost beneath the ice. It is my opinion that Atlantis is what we now call Antarctica.

Leaving aside Atlantis and myths for a moment, we can see that the theory of increasing planets causing increasing distress in the Sun due to increasing angular momentum at the Sun\'s equator would necessarily imply that the 2012 precession cycle peak will be worse than our ancient ancestors experienced. Hmmmmm...not a good sign for life here on earth.

BUT not necessarily any planetary floods or such as that. However, we will get earth impacts, as we are seeing now, and as will escalate to probable volcanic and earthquake hell, including flooding locally...but not major 800 meter floods.
The evidence for that kind of flooding in AK and Norway was local only due to tearing in local arctic sea floors. Not an all over effect. An examination of the Arctic ocean floor shows the why both Alaska and Scandinavia (mostly Norway and Finland) received the very large \'scrubbing waves\' that drove up over 800 meters into the fjords, depositing all manner of animal carcasses as the water washed clean areas that had formerly been the coastal plains of Norway. This also occurred in Alaska, but the evidence there is distributed across a broader area of flat lands just under the permafrost. In both instances the same proximate cause would appear to be the rapid enlarging of the Arctic Mid Ocean Ridge and its subsequent separation into 3/three sections by an expansion event in the past which moved the 2/two primary sections nearly 600 miles apart. If the ocean floor near Norway (as an example) is examined, features such as the Voring Plateau in the Norwegian Sea suggest that local reaction of the Scandinavian coast during the last expansion event may have been quite violent. The fjords themselves are perhaps the best example, as they are actual \'rips\' in continental edges. The characteristics seen in Norwegian fjords are identical to fjords in other land masses surrounding the Arctic ocean, and more recently are seen in the new rift (tear) in Africa excepting that it has no sea in it yet, and is bare of trees, but the underlying earth disposition patterns are the same as fjords in the far north or south.

Of course, we need to also note that such tearing in the earth is clearly seen when the ocean floors of the planet are viewed on a sphere. The Arctic Mid Ocean Ridge, clearly, was part of the Mid Atlantic Ridge at one point in earth\'s distant past. Expansion events have shifted continental masses about over the millennia leaving behind evidence of the \'flow\' of planetary growth the way that trees (and all life for that matter) record the patterns of their lives in the rings of new growth.

Staying with the Arctic Ocean region for an example, we can postulate that the Arctic Mid Ocean Ridge was broken into two large pieces and one small piece at a past expansion event. This was likely many such events in the past. The rip of the mid ocean ridge at the Nansen Fracture Zone was likely quite violent, and also likely has been recently repeated in the fracturing of the Indo-Australian plate during the Sumatran earthquake and tsunami. As with that incident, when the Nansen fracture occurred, it most likely sent a very powerful tsunami aimed directly at Norway. This tsunami crossed the sea quickly, and moved large amounts of ocean life into a debris filled wave that then scrubbed off the coastal regions of Norway. Due to the steep angles of the land, both above and below the ocean waters, these waves were able to rush up into the fjords many hundreds of meters carrying the bodies of all manner of critters high into the surrounding hills.

Given the experience of tsunami waves in recent years, we can note that the primary controlling factor for wave height is how the land form directs the pressures of the waves. In areas such as Banda Ache, India, Sri Lanka, the undersea contours, as well as lower rising above water land surfaces could only support waves of less than 100 feet in height. This is good news, depending on where one may live.

If the design patterns seemingly emerging are correct then the expansion events do not cause more ocean action than the kind of tsunami we have already seen in Banda Ache, excepting when islands, volcanoes, or mountains slide into the ocean and thus create displacement waves. Displacement waves are not like other tsunami events in that they are complex shifting of water mass rather than an energy waveform running through water. In the case of tsunamis, the actual wave height on land is determined by the land contours during the wave run-up. Displacement waves are not so constrained and can rise quite in excess of \'normal\' limitations on tsunami wave height as they are a \'stacked mass\' of water. However, unlike tsunamis, the displacement wave lacks the continuing propulsive force behind it. AND in both cases there are finite limits on wave height that, while varying locally, will not have \'self standing waves\' much over 180 feet. Some of the largest of the \'self standing waves\' ever recorded occurred in the open ocean off the Philippines during the eruption/explosion of Krakatoa in 1883. American naval officers on survey duty both on land and on ships off shore north of the Philippines recorded self sustaining wave heights in the open ocean of 176 feet. Note that this wave height when reaching any land is also constrained by the same physical height issues as \'regular\' tsunami waves and so is not going to rise much taller than its maximum height at sea, plus the height of rise of the ground across which it will travel. Of course a wave of this height is very seldom capable of even crossing the continental shelf as they \'break\' due to the first impact of rising height as the \'foot\' of the wave phenomenon encounters the jump upward.

So, whew... for a minute there....

The radiation hazard, like with most disasters, is also not globally affective in the sense of an even distribution. By that i mean that the radiation will only affect those parts of earth that are directly exposed to it. There are many issues involved. First the state of the magnetosphere Bearing in mind that the magnetosphere is created (in my opinion) by the dynamo effect of the plasma in the center of the earth. So it will not totally disappear. It will be overwhelmed by the south/negative particles hitting the south pole of the planet, but will not instantly disappear everywhere. Note that today it is under continued stress and over the last 2+ decades has had perpetual \'holes\' in it. But it still persists. Yes sheep and goats and birds in Patagonia are blinded and die during a minor solar event when the hole is over their area, but the rest of the planet\'s surface life is relatively unscathed. There are issues of absorption of radiation, and the duration of the sun\'s own expansion event (for part three) to consider, as well as the fact that the rotation of earth will take us all \'under the sun\' so to speak over that period, but, again, the effects will not be felt ubiquitously nor evenly around the planet. First we can reason that as the planet will be tilted south towards the sun, that the southern hemisphere will have the worst of it. There is already evidence to this point in the ramp up, depth, and location of earthquakes since 1996. Second, the magnetosphere will be continuously attempting to rebuild itself even as the plasma core is being overwhelmed and likely pulsing and flipping from the inward rush of charged particles from the sun. As an aside, remember that Hollywood, the \'majic staff\' of the power elite has already hinted as such with neutrino\'s being the cause of crustal slip in the movie \"2012\". But, pictures aside, the core will react and change, but due to the processes involved, will continue to generate magnetic fields. The issue is that the magnetic fields will themselves likely be erratic beyond our understanding. But, the magnetosphere, holed, and torn, will still both exist and be trying as a result of the forces of physics, to reconstitute itself. So this is good for humans and pie lovers of all species.

Other considerations are that the Sun will be expanding outward rapidly and the radiation will directly related to the factors which propel the solar expansion. These will include the state of magnetic disorder on the sun, as well as the alignment of the planets. Now, bad for us humans(at least those on this planet), it appears that Earth will have gas giants on the other side of it relative to the sun on December 21, 2012. The solar system barycenter will be completing its near 12 year cycle ( hmmmm, related to the sun spot cycle?) and that seems to be in a position (still looking for more accurate solar system modeling software to plot this out) of being closer to earth, and more importantly, being pulled by the mass of the planetary alignment in the direction of earth.

Further the barycenter of the earth moon system () will also be contributing as it seems to be also in alignment with the sun and the planetary alignment on that day. The manner, and where, and how intense the cracking/expanding hits us here on earth is directly related to the combination of the barycenter of the earth/moon system as it participates in the barycenter formation of the solar system. Not only will the sun blast us, but forces will tug on earth as the barycenters synchronize. Oh, and \"co-incidentally\" the barycenter rotation of the solar system is on a \"nearly 12 year\" cycle that just so happens to jibe with the sun spot cycle. Hmmmm. Which is also what Patrick Geryl (and Maruice Cottrell) have decoded from the Maya artifacts. And also the barycenter location is expected to change over time as the earth grows? But will it? Or will the forces controlling the moon adjust it outward to compensate for earth\'s growth?

Should there be large expulsions of materials from the Sun in 2012 as now appears to be the case (especially given the huge level of solar activity increase so far in 2011), we can expect that the position of the barycenter of the earth/moon system, as well as the barycenter of the solar system as whole will not aid the earth.

The observations also include the idea that a variant sized earth and other planets would go a long way toward explaining the evidence toward variant cycles such as orbits, and even the variations in the precession of the equinoxes. Further, these variations in length of the precession would be expected to become shorter over time even as the orbit and days on the planets lengthen. It also naturally follows that the variant sized planets will, as they grow in mass over the course of many millennia, shorten the period between expansions, as well as increase the intensity of each episode. This is due to increasing mass in the Sun\'s ecliptic causes more rapid, and more violent distortions in the sun spot cycle by torquing the solar equatorial plane faster and faster over time. This explains why most of the growth of the planet has occurred in more recent times, rather than earlier in its history. Thus more ancient species such as the dinosaurs (and presumably ancient civilizations) had more time between solar initiated catastrophe here on earth, and thus were able to provide very long fossil records. This also explains the evidence for many periods of a very stable earth seemingly persisting for hundreds of thousands of years. This is opposed to our much more recent experience with earth where thirteen thousand years, more or less, seems to be about the limit between bouts of planetary crustal instability.

And weather stability? Forget about it.....recent, or modern humans only think they have had \'weather stability\' as we were able to measure \'warm periods\' in multiple human generations. Unfortunately for all us guys here now, this last warm period was likely it for a while. The current Maya Long Count is not a calendar per se, but rather is simply the count of days since it started 5114 years ago. When it ends next year, the long count will have spanned 5115 years which is a harmonic fifth of the current precession cycle. If we examine the conditions on earth when the Long Count began, we note that it was a time of fantastic levels of weather upheaval. A previously long period of climatic stability (more or less) ended so abruptly that agriculture and other food sources were affected globally triggering many migrations of populations. And....guess what, there is every indication that our current agricultural system is also failing due to earth changes. Also coincidentally just at a Long Count boundary.

Weather stability here on earth is obviously under direct solar control. Evidence would seem to suggest that the Maya were using a harmonic fifth of the 26 thousand year precession cycle with good reason. While it is not yet understandable why the fifth harmonic is the most active, there is still climate evidence that over at least this last precession cycle, the climate has undergone very large, and dramatic shifts that correspond to the Maya Long Count of 5115 years. This then would explain the Maya thinking in Great Ages span of time, as well as accounting for their oral traditions of five great ages, each ending in a different sort of climate related cataclysm. It is also not yet clear as to what made the ancient Maya think that this age, the Fifth was the \'end of days (time ceases to be)\'. It may be all the humans alive in December of 2012 will find out what has been hidden from us. Or it may be that our solar system goes through an expansion event which will dramatically alter life here on earth due to impacts on the climate and the shape of the planet beneath our feet.

What will an Expando Planet feel like here on earth? Well....probably, in a general sense, we can expect:

increasing earthquakes.
increasing magnitude of earthquakes.
decreasing depth to earthquakes (dangerous part as shallow quakes cause damage to surface features including human infrastructure).
Increasing volcano activity;
more volcanoes creating themselves in new spots;
new forms of eruptions that are caused by volcanoes splitting open from cracking;
Large cracks or new ground fissures...some should be spectacularly large and deep and long and featuring magma.
New steam vents. And other magma related phenomena.
New ocean currents due to ocean heating. And the formation of new land under the ocean, as well as new volcanoes, and rifts and cracks (fractures).
Other myriad of oceanic problems such as:
New sea mount volcanoes manifesting causing new contours and altering habitats;
New material shoving itself to the surface at all the rips around the planet under the oceans. This may cause local chemical issues in the ocean which, while dissipating over time, will nonetheless cause many problems to various marine ecosystems.


Wild ass speculation.

It would seem logical that the expansion events are different at each half of the precession cycle. In 2012, the precession cycle will culminate with an alignment with the dark rift of the Milky Way galaxy on December 21. As the December solstices have the southern pole of the planet inclined toward the Sun, it would be logical to expect that the southern polar region will get most of the expansion activity. So far in the process, at least as I am able to observe, there are both more incidents in the far southern regions than the north, and these events have more of an intensity than those seen north of the equator. During the precession cycle culmination 11,900 years from now, the event will take place on the June solstice and thus the northern hemisphere will be more directly impacted.

Of course we note that ANY expansion event anywhere on earth affects everywhere on earth, but having said that, it still would seem logical that the spread of the intensity of the expansion will radiate out from the far southern regions from 2012 onward.

Again, noting a growing deviance in both numbers and intensity between the northern and southern hemispheres in what can be termed as \'expansion event symptoms\', the wild ass speculation is that the southern hemisphere will see continuing growth in intensity and numbers as the planet moves closer toward the December 2012 solstice. The northern hemisphere will also react, but as the primary energetic focus is toward the south pole, the effects that will present themselves north of the equator will be of less intensity, though probably of longer duration. Further, the northern hemisphere logically will continue to show ruptures and tearing behavior across the continental land masses, however there also logically should be two distinct types of tearing. These should be able to be separated into long run out tears such as is seen in Pakistan and across northern Africa, and the deep, sudden, and short cracking observed now in the far north of north America and in Siberia. An example of the \'long run out tear\' in the America\'s would be the San Andreas fault line.

Further if the cracking in Pakistan is examined on a globe, it can be observed that a great circle line joins these cracks with the enlarging tear in northern Africa. Then, should that great circle line be extended, it will reach all the way into Siberia where it runs through the length of Lake Baykal. One of the largest freshwater lakes in the region, Russian geophysics has recorded the origin of the lake as forming due to a very long fissure in the crust which caused subsidence over a very large, and previously relatively flat area. Lake Baykal is the connection point for a twisting fissure that runs from near Tiksi far north of the Arctic circle, through Lake Baykal and heading off to the south west ultimately to terminate in the new rift in northern Africa. This fissure will probably, some time in the far distant future, form the new coast line of a split Eurasian continent. The reason that both Pakistan and Africa are exhibiting cracks is due to their being within the area of the equatorial bulge. This part of earth is 13 miles higher than the poles, and thus has increased complexity to the underlying tensions on the crust. It is their location on the southern side of the equatorial bulge that accounts for similar cracking showing up in Peru and Chile. And, in both places, this also explains the large number (and increasing) of earthquakes as well as the reason they are so damaging.

The Gulf of California, again taking a long great circle route view, leads right up to the San Andreas fault. From the northern tip of the fault a series of not-yet-connected observable fault lines extend parallel to the coast all the way to the Columbia River separating Oregon from Washington. Other smaller faults continue on the other side of the mighty Columbia (itself riding in the depression made by a crack in the plate) north to the southern most edge of Puget Sound (where Halfpasthuman is located). We note that California, and the Gulf thereof, are also on the equatorial bulge where the tears can be expected to be the most active, and most dramatically separated. It is likely that the native Californian\'s fear of “ The Big One” is realistic given that the process involved is a tearing of the earth\'s crust such that at some point California will be part of a long string of islands separated from the nearby mainland much as is Vancouver Island now. The fear of “The Big One” may not be misplaced these days as it is quite clear that earthquakes are escalating in numbers all across the planet and have been for a number of years. Further the trends continue to point to larger earthquakes as well as more earthquakes. The Expando Planet model does explain this observable global phenomenon well, and further also provides some insight into the likely locations for large scale earthquakes going forward into the current expansion process. Such places obviously include Pakistan, and California. Though, as a side note, California, while it may break off from the mainland, will not go under the oceans. It will be a very large island. Still, California going walk about will be a messy event for all concerned.

Staying on the subject of earthquakes for a moment, we need to examine the idea that on a sphere such as earth, undergoing both continuous, and pulsed growth or expansion, it can be logically expected that in areas of tearing, or fracturing, the earthquakes would increase in both frequency, and intensity. Further, and something not initially obvious, is that the earthquakes will \'climb\' upward, which is to say, become more shallow over time. This is due to the expansion forces acting on earth initially within the center of the planet and then working their way to the surface during the event. This trend should progress at a steady rate as the earth continues into its expansion \'pulse\' phase. The earthquakes will continue to rise to ever more shallow earthquakes, though unfortunately for us lifeforms here on earth, these quakes will probably also increase in magnitude as they move upward. The result is likely to be much more damage from earthquakes globally, and some rather spectacularly damaging earthquakes will happen over the next few years as the fissure impacts human habitation.

In regions that would support the phenomenon, liquefaction will cause large areas of ground to actually \'soften beneath your feet\'. This is not good for buildings depending on \'solid ground\' for support. Other areas, including mountainous regions will suffer large, and suddenly occurring sinkholes, which may produce horrific landslides. Where the sinkholes are near the terminal ends of an \'active\' tear, it can be expected that earthquakes will also produce what are known as \'long run out slides\'. These can be devastating as the sides of mountains are shaken so violently that the soils become a colloidal suspension of air/water/rock/grits that will flow like a lahar and can scour down a valley so far as to run out over 40/forty kilometers if the land form allows; or can run up the sides of opposing mountains to reach nearly the starting height of the slide. Further issues for humans will include all manner of below ground structures, and infrastructure such as piping to be disturbed. Though not ubiquitous across the planet, those regions so affected will likely be greatly affected. There are areas around the planet where ancient irrigation systems, some spectacularly long, have been \'ripped\' into several pieces by ground movement over time. In one example in what is now western China, the channel has been broken nearly at its 13 kilometers mid point, and the two halves of the break are now separated by 20/twenty kilometers. Indeed, this irrigation channel now even appears to be in two separate valleys.

New cracks in Peru, and now major mudslides in Bolivia, large earthquakes off the coast of Japan....we all need to pay attention; planetary change is upon us. In the up coming months, the progression of the solar cycle will let us know if and how these new levels of solar radiation will affect human life here on earth. We can expect that more earthquakes will also be associated with more volcanic activity. This could be very bad. It may be that we get all kinds of volcanic ash in air affect air travel, plants, and breathing...all vital things.....but then, guess what, volcanic ash suspended in the air is almost as good as a magnetosphere for shedding radiation.

It is predictable that large areas of open ocean would occur as the planet expands, and having far less mass than continents, it is also predictable that the ocean floor would develop holes in the sub sea crust where new material can rise. This is necessary to even out the planetary mass due to centrifugal forces affecting the planet as we both rotate, and orbit (within a complex of barycenters). It is a must that the earth have new lands in middle of Pacific plate, or we would have planetary water redistribution trying to balance out the mass during our daily rotation. This, predictably leads toward the idea that Hawaii may see a disproportionate amount of activity during expansion events now and into the future due to its position. Already the hole in the crust is creating new islands yet to break the ocean surface that are nonetheless pushing the existing Hawaiian islands off to the northwest.

It is further predictable that Antarctica will split as the planet grows. Since the continent will be lifted at its edges by the expansion of the planet, it can be expected that the glaciers will crack first (more acute angle involved), providing clues as to stresses affecting the underlying rock. Again, as the forces affecting the continent are to be lifting forces at the edges of the continental shelf, it could also follow that some glacier movements may cease, or even reverse. It would also seem logical that fissures will develop both within the glaciers, and on the surface in such numbers as to resemble \'crazing\' on pottery. It can be expected that very large levels of glacier disturbance will occur, including movement of much more floating ice than has been usual over the last century. This may include extraordinary amounts of newly floating glaciers of staggering proportions. As these enter the oceans, waves will spread out and affect coastal communities around the planet. However, please note it will be waves, and NOT increased water levels...at least not from the glaciers and not for some time. It has been estimated that it may take as long as 20/twenty years for large ice masses to increase global ocean levels. This is due to the same forces that create and hold the waters at the equatorial bulge. Additionally the mass of the ice entering the water pushes the water away in all possible directions not constrained by land or other ice. So the effects of glacier slide are more of a slow motion disaster. Even if new sea ice was to raise the water by several hundreds of feet globally, the displacement is not instant, and will be tracked over the course of years, not days.

Also North America separates further from South. America...probably not at the Panama Canal. Rather the separation will most likely occur as a result of a \'pulling\' motion from South America as the continent attempts to adjust its position relative to the new equator. Please note that as earth grows, the position of the equator will shift slightly, relative to the continents. In both South America and Africa, the continents span the equator, and thus are \'arched\' across the equatorial bulge as well. The result of this positioning will be very large, deep, and violent cracks as those parts of the continents which are north of the equator try to continue moving north, while those parts south of the peak of the bulge refuse to \'climb\' up north. It can be observed both from the new rift in Africa, as well as the shape and position of the Amazon River valley, that both continents are already responding to these equatorial bulge forces.

It can be expected that side effects of very large increases in volcanoes and eruptions of all kinds will produce atmosphere problems. These will extend from no-fly zones due to large volumes of corrosive ash, perhaps nearly global in scope at times, to dangerous gas levels producing \'no breathe\' zones as more or less \'local\' phenomenon Further, it can be speculated that the significant increase in volcano activity over a relatively short period will boost the probability of a new ice age. Additional impetus toward colder days (for a few decades) comes from magnetic pole reversals as well, so it may make sense to start knitting those long and thick woolen underwear.

Of course, let us not forget the good news from all of this that a volcanic ash filled sky is very good at reflecting solar radiation. Thus providing some \'cover\' for life on earth while the magnetosphere is repairing. Of course, there is no airplane flying during such atmospheric events. This will impact shipments of all kinds of goods. Further, a significant mass of volcanic ash in the atmosphere will alter wind patterns at all altitudes.

Our atmosphere problems also will include the unseen, in the form of increased radiation that will make it dangerous to fly. Further, that same trend toward more energies from the Sun will raise the concentrations and locations of high energy particles in the upper atmosphere. This will predictably increase storm activity on the surface as these charged particles attempt to ground out. Noting that hurricanes and cyclones are NOT dependent on \'warm water\', and instead are the result of charged particle storms in the upper atmosphere trying to ground themselves, it would seem likely that the 2011 and 2012 storm \'seasons\' will be both erratic, and extraordinarily destructive. Further, it seems likely that these next two years will produce much more major cyclonic storm activity in the southern hemisphere than the north.

It is highly doubtful that the ancient Maya knew of the Planet X speculation, nor could they have had knowledge of the idea of a crustal shift. Yet the surviving Maya writings are clearly warning of \'something wicked\' coming at the end of this current Long Count. The warnings, including what is known as the Dresden Codex, do support Terrance McKenna\'s “eschaton” in that it says \'time ceases (to be)\', and \'great harvest of souls (begins)\'. IF the translations are anywhere near correct. Thanks to the rapacious, malicious, and evil conquistadors, and their master, the morally twisted pope of the catholics, who supposedly burned all of the Maya and Aztec codex excepting 3/three, we are not likely to be able decipher just what had the Maya alarmed, in spite of our having to live through it. According to the Dresden Codex, the end of the current long count due on December 21, 2012, will bring a \'blue flood dragon from the sky\', and “abundance of loose spirits”. Presumably they were NOT referring to boat races and party barges..

Considering that the Long Counts themselves are harmonic fifths of the precession of the equinoxes, as well as harmonic fifths (more exactly) of two mega sun spot cycles, it then is understandable that the Mayan Fifth Great Age should begin on December 22, 2012, excepting that there are a few scrolls kicking about indicating that we are due a visit by the \'blue flood dragon\' just as \'time ceases\', and \'great harvest (of) spirits\' starts.

In so far as can be ascertained, none of the surviving Maya codex have been examined for evidence of encoded displays within them, yet as Maurice Cotrell has demonstrated, the Maya were masters of placing layers of information all within a single image...merely a matter of knowing the offsets and reference points. It would seemingly follow that if they did so within funerary lids made of great slabs of stone, that they may also have done so with their \'lesser\' documents just as a matter of efficiency and cultural tendencies. Therefore there may yet remain information and additional clues to ancient Maya thinking by a close examination of the surviving codex Of course, access to the hidden rooms under the vatican would also probably settle the issue in short order as it seems most likely that the \'burning\' of the Mayan codex is probably a cover story for their removal and sequestering in the deep holes under the palace of the sorcerers (vatica = sorcerer) in Rome.

The real major fear amongst the elite, and those who have considered the issue, is that a Carrington event from the sun will destroy the electrical grid in the northern hemisphere. Should this occur, and absent heroic efforts on the part of most of the species, a tragic level of deaths will occur over the next three years following the loss of the electrical grid as the various supporting infrastructure systems, including healthcare and food shipments, fail. So, while a brief Carrington event would not be particularly bad for global agriculture, it could remove the ability to transport foods, or perform any task requiring electricity. And since it would likely be accompanied by increasing problems with flying (from magnetic disruption to volcanic ash to moving runways due to earthquake damage), the loss of electrical power would doom many people to starvation and death by lack of medicines across the northern hemisphere since any aid would necessarily have to be delivered by boat.

Note that the nasty bastards (tptb and their minions) have their agenda as well during these chaotic times. So amidst all the global fundament crises, it seems probable that we can expect a whole lot of bad behavior from those humans who style themselves as \'the elites\'. Thus we can expect that they will facilitate the crashing of the Global Boom engineered by the master criminal against humanity, Al \'The Briefcase\' Greenspan. This will (and is) inevitably produce a massive global unemployment wave during the crashing of the global currencies, them selves a ponzi scheme to put humanity into slavery to those who control the ultimate weapon......compounding interest (aka, DEBT). These \'elites\' can be counted upon to act crazy just as the world is hitting this major transition in its own process of going crazy. Not only has our planetary climate left stability behind, the earth under our civilization is growing and changing at levels that will affect the infrastructure from the ground up.

It seems evident that the Expando Planet model would favor a self perpetuating and self increasing cycle. As the planets get larger, their impact on the Sun is greater, and the sun therefore reacts more which in turn throws more energy out which allows the planets to grow more. This self regulating, and continuously shortening cycle also has an in built trend, from the view point of humanity, toward more violent expansion events. However, it is also evident that the continental mass distribution on earth favors less actual movement in the northern hemisphere. Due to there being less constraint by mass on movements in the south. This will likely also be the case during this period, and may already be demonstrated by the geophysical events of the last 20 years.

It also seems evident that the last time humanity went through a one-half mega sun spot cycle period, 11,800 years ago, it damn near wiped us out. Soooo....it would seem prudent to take all the instability expressing now from universe as sign to be extra sensitive and aware, and to take such precautions as may be indicated by our local environment.

Conclusions.....or Things we can do.

Firstly, examine your daily surroundings very damn carefully. What will survive earthquakes? These are increasingly likely to intrude on your life. Examine the buildings where you spend your time. Go and read about the \'triangle of life\' and then seek out these vital survival places in EVERY building you enter. Do it by habit as when destructive earthquakes hit, you will not have the time to analyze, only react. Try to tell friends and family about the whole \'triangle of life\' thing. Recognize that everyone\'s karma is their own, so don\'t beat them up over it, but where receptive, gently provide knowledge. And assist in becoming an \'anti earthquake\' expert. Run around securing things to walls and other supports as may be warranted.

Recognize that other environmental and climate issues also will be escalating. Start growing your own food. Our agricultural system is already showing failures as it continues under extreme stress. Further, traitors to humanity such as the devious Monsanto corporation and its stooges, and Obama (who blithely removed restrictions on Monsanto), are intent on destroying your foods with genetic modifications. Sooo...bearing in mind that old adage that you are what you eat, be very wary of \'franken foods\'. And by extension, curse the names and energies of those who promote them. You needn\'t put much energy into it, just the occasional utterance of \'curse Monsanto and all who sail in it\' will suffice. Pretty soon the accumulated mass negative energy will build up and overwhelm the bastards. As an aside, mass shunning, cursing, and ridicule are great asymmetric ways of ratcheting down on the minions and the stooges. Would people really work at producing GMO foods if their personal identities were attached to the work via public condemnation? And how about if they knew that every day several tens of thousands of people were cursing their personal life force? Hmmmm, my guess is...probably not.

As one may prepare for earthquakes, there are other precautions that can be taken. Invest some time in thinking about the circumstances of your life a year from now. And share your results with others.

In any case, the future will take care of itself as long as we take care of ourselves....which must mean a pie cannot be far away.


March 10, 2011

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