The section after the
Asthenosphere is stratified and probably solid. Notice the change in speed of the
s wave velocities as we go deeper. I think this is due to a mix of partially
stratified elements that increase
in density as you go deeper.
Next is layer that is increasing
in denser faster as we go deeper. This may be stratified
elements. IF we could develop more detail of the speed changes that could
probably be verified.
The next layer is has a
very consistent wave speed indicating it has a consistent density.
Layer 6 increases in density very
rapidly and probably contains sections of oxidized metals
The present theories conclude that S waves do not propagate in liquid
But I think these are like plastic layers
compressed to respond like
solids. So while this is partially speculative, I think the evidence
clearly shows a variety of layers of varying characteristics. This is
completely different than the current theories of how the earth is
The point of this is to establish
that the earth before the catastrophe had a more organized structure below
the crust. The layers of material below the crust were stratified by
density. This information is important and proofs will be offered in the
The approach of an interloper.
Our solar system had a visitor that passed within the orbit of Jupiter possibly as
close as the orbit of earth. Its gravity combined with its speed and trajectory caused
havoc to earth and other planets. The effect on earth is chronicled in the Bible and in
the geological features we can see today.
The following is a plausible scenario.
The star or mass approached the solar system and begins to effect earth. Its heat
and radiation begins to alter the cloud canopy and rain begins for the first time on
Verse 32 Canst thou bring forth Mazzaroth in his season? or canst thou guide
Arcturus with his sons?
Then the shallow seas begin to develop exaggerated tides. These become large tides
building as the seas and lakes are attracted by the visitors gravity. These
tides grow progressively in size each day as the interloper approaches closer. Seas begin
running up and over their containment hills. The water is progressing westward and
begins to gather towards the equator.
The canopy has broken down and all the earth
begins to develop weather systems as the poles get colder and air masses start moving
around. The moisture condenses out as rain and falls to earth in torrents.
6 And Noah was six hundred years old when the flood of waters was upon the
7 And Noah went in, and his sons, and his wife, and his sons' wives with him,
into the ark, because of the waters of the flood.
10 And it came to pass after seven days, that the waters of the flood were upon
11 In the six hundredth year of Noah's life, in the second month, the
seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken
up, and the windows of heaven were opened.
12 And the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights.
17 And the flood was forty days upon the earth; and the waters increased, and
bare up the ark, and it was lift up above the earth.
18 And the waters prevailed, and were increased greatly upon the earth; and the
ark went upon the face of the waters.
19 And the waters prevailed exceedingly upon the earth; and all the high hills,
that were under the whole heaven, were covered.
20 Fifteen cubits upward did the waters prevail; and the mountains were covered.
24 And the waters prevailed upon the earth an hundred and fifty days.
12 And God said, This is the token of the covenant which I
make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for perpetual
13 I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant
between me and the earth.
14 And it shall come to pass, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the bow
shall be seen in the cloud:
The Erosion of
These tides grow as the water accumulates at the equator and ammasses into tidal waves that move out of their basins and over their
containment's and begin to migrate across the landscape. Each day as the
earth rotates the waters move farther west
trying to follow the gravity source. They begin to accumulate together into larger and
larger volumes. The seas gathered progressively together. The effects become more
aggressive and begin scouring the high places and depositing the
material into the lows.
It is in these shallow deposits in the initial events where we find
fossils of animals footprints. Some life survived the initial daily onslaught
of water for weeks and months. Their prints are made in the fresh mud and then are covered the next day by
another layer of mud, preserving them for later discovery.
Fishes and other sea life are left stranded on freshly deposited sand
layers. They die in situ and then are covered by the next onslaught of water
The first species to be fossilized are those that lived at the bottom of the seas in
the mud. Then progressively as the events grew in intensity larger and larger forms
succumbed and were buried in the mud.
The visitor approaches closer and the events become increasingly larger. The tidal
waves become gigantic tsunamis. The gravity eventually pulls the water into a waves of
mountainous proportions attaining miles in height. They became great crashing waves
of immense power.
7 He gathereth the waters of the sea together as an heap: he
layeth up the depth in storehouses.
3 The floods have lifted up, O LORD, the floods have lifted up their voice; the
floods lift up their waves.
4 The LORD on high is mightier than the noise of many waters, yea,
than the mighty waves of the sea.
The gigantic waves move across the earth and end up breaking.
This occurred as the water that surges towards the east to meet the attraction, moves into the mound of water moving to the west following
the gravity. The west moving water gains speed and the awesome mountain of water,
possibly 50,000 feet or more, peaks and pitches into a breaking wave, crashing onto the
earth. The awesome power produces incredible scouring and eroding of the earth. It
plucks and carves away at the land that it impacts. If you have felt the force of a
small wave or seen the results of moving water just imagine the force of a mountain of
water! Here we have millions of years of Unitarian erosion occurring in minutes.
This eroded material would then be thoroughly ground up and mixed in the turbulence
Creating the blends of materials we see in the geological layers of the earth.
The gravity effect at any location comes and goes as the earth rotates at approximately
1,000 miles per hour. The gathering water cannot move at this pace so it
repeatedly mounds up and breaks in gigantic crashing waves, scouring the earth and
Unable to keep up with the earth's rotation the mound of water would slow down.
The load of material would settle out according to the conditions of the event. The
material might segregate in areas and stay mixed in others depending on the terrain
and the mix of variables the event contained. This settling could be drawn out over
hundreds of miles in tapering beds or piled up against a slipped fault.
This breaking point occurs randomly. Sometimes the breaking event was relatively mild
at other times severe. Some areas were hit with repeated events while others may never
have received a full breaking wave.
This process accounts for the variety of layers,
types of mixes and the thickness of deposits we find around the earth. It also accounts
for the areas that have been severely eroded and others were we find
the fossils at ground level.
Fracturing of the Continents
The whole area of crustal fracturing is somewhat glossed over in
traditional geology. How did the earth get so fractured? The fractures occur everywhere
and they go very deep in places.
The planet formed with layers each one a complete shell. We could assume that the
outside crust was also formed as a complete shell. This shell was completely supported by
the plastic asthenosphere that it floated on. We could understand a massive meteor
cracking the crust but that would produce a distinctive fracture. The fracturing is
everywhere. The crustal shell is also seventy kilometers thick. How did the
initial events occur that destroyed this thick rigid shell? What
happened to all the missing crystal material? The idea that the crust which
is floating on the asthenosphere can all of a sudden begin to plunge
downward into material that is a lot denser than itself. Have you ever tried
to push a float underwater. It doesn't want to go downward. The idea that
the crust can be pushed horizontally and then dive downward is like taking
an air mattress float and pushing it to the side of a pool and making the
other end plunge downward into the water. No way. Can't happen. This feeble
theory is all that traditional geology has to explain the missing crust
material. But as you will see there is a much more elegant explanation.
2. Thou hast made the earth to tremble; thou hast broken it: heal the breaches
thereof; for it shaketh.
This cataclysmic event provides the mechanics to explain this
The interloper comes much closer to the earth than the sun, and the force of its
gravity was exceedingly great. The earth became slightly elongated as the sun and the
interloper compete and try to pull the earth apart. The earth's rigid brittle crust
is forced to rotate around a new oval or egg shape. This resulted in extensive fracturing.
The process is like rolling a hard boiled egg on a counter. A very slight pressure deforms
the shape of the interior and the rigid shell will not flex so it cracks at regular
intervals completely through the shell.
These crustal cracks are easily seen
all over the planet. They are the planets canyons. The Rio Grande River has many places along its
length where the crevasse snakes along with vertical parallel walls. You can imagine
removing the debris from the bottom of the canyon and the two sides would fit back
together perfectly. The canyon it flows through west of Taos New Mexico and the
canyon in the Big Bend of Texas are great examples. These canyons were not water cut they
are fractures where the crust distended and the two sides stayed apart. The river just
follows the fracture. This fracturing leads to another feature of the crust the
formation of clay sand and gravel.