This material is an attempt to summarize
what i've heard and read and form it into
a conglomerate of logical notions.
Pending addition to the discussion:
Brandberg-not what we thought it was
Throughout these pages
I will be suggesting several mechanisms individually or in combination.|
Amoung them will be the Hydroplate theory, Crustal Collapse theory, Electric universe perspective, an Icelandic impact or discharge event and certain aspects of conventional views. There is a high potential for a marriage of all these. I can hardly believe that the forces, of an electric arc, wouldn't also trigger other consequential events such as the rupture of the chambers of subterainian waters spoken of in hydroplate material.
Might we all admit that we really do not know the specifics of the earth's topography and geology in the time prior to the catastrophic upheavals? We do have some clues, but are they being considered fairly? Lets list all the clues and then start from there because, without a clear picture of then, our now view could be seriously flawed.
I would like to hear if there has already been discussion about all the other features, of this region, which have much in common, appearance-wise, with Brandberg Massif?
One of those is Heuningberg Mountain at: 20°22'5.87"S - 16°16'16.06"E
Another, unknown at this time, at: 21°39'1.41"S - 15°41'3.69"E
Another, a Crater-looking feature, SW of Brandberg Massif, at: 21°24'12.02"S - 14°13'53.88"E
plus several other features in that area.
The last one listed above looks familiar, as if its been mentioned before.
Here is a tidbit just for perspective.
Here I will suggest some possibilites that will put an emphasis on
what would happen if material that was still in the state that Wal mentions, was
extruded through ruptures in the crust above it. The cause of the
ruptures will need to be considered thoroughly to include all the other
features in the immediate area and just outside, in particular north
List of ancient references about earth's pre-catastrophe features
*And some summations based on relates details*
1. Old Testement: Earth without form and void. Maybe, featureless and caverneous. We can look at many regions of the world which have extensive high plateaus, such as Tibet and parts of South America and get an idea of what might have been the pre-flood earth's surface. We also know of great subterainian chambers holding oil and water and also those which are empty.
2. We can imagine, based on present tidal activity, that the preflood earth -as it held station in proximity to Saturn- that the water might have been offset to one side of the earth's mass thus exposing earth's crust differently than it would without tidal influence.
*3.The common story about the earth having been flat at one time was probably taken out of context as it trickled down to modern times. I suggest that it is a clue to earth's former topography. It is a story that in later years got exploited to thwart exploration into the part of the world that had gotten seperated from the Eastern hemisphere in the time of Peleg. If people remember anything it is where there was treasures in gold and gems.
*4. Had the western hemisphere rafted west, as the hydroplate theory suggests and certain geological evidence supports (such as the western range of the Americas and the ocean floor features between South America and Antarctica), then we might consider the rafting-away of the Americas as a key to understanding the Atlantis legend.
5. The Book of Hopi speaks of a time when The People, as they were called, moved to the east across a great body of water to arrive in the American Southwest. During their journy they landed on many favorable islands but were told to not stay there but to move on until they were told to stop. After they left those islands they were then submerged in the sea never to be found again.
*6. When we look at the Atlantic and follow the mid-oceanic Ridge to the north we will find Iceland. Isn't anyone besides me curious about why only one island on the whole planet is straddling the oceanic ridge? It's a totally volcanic island with tremendous volumes of subsurface mass around it, as indicated by this SEATSAT image. The earth was either smacked or zapped at this location and this most likely set off a chain of rapid events that resulted in what we see now. See the Hydorplate theory for some suggested mechanisms.
Processes to Consider
The mentioning of a particular feature north of Brandberg, refered to as transverse grooves, has launched me on a tangent to describe an aspect of the Hydroplate theory which is not elaborated on specifically, but we might surmise an intermediate phase subsequent to the upfolding of the rupture boundary and then an unfolding process to this area, if a HpT mechanism is applied, allow me to explain.
Electric discharge considerations
I am inclined to set aside an electric discharge mechanism in the case of these features
From a discussion with Bert Hickman, i was given the impression that the
discharges in the Captured lightening experiments cause the discharge
channel to become fractured or even eroded in cavernous form. I recall this
mentioned in a TPOD.
In grand scale i expect the channels to be structurally solid and, to
their depths, become a path for surface drainage. My point being that
if discharges are involved at the formative phase of a planet and
during the subsequent events, then subterranean chambers that would
house great volumes of water would not be too far fetched and on the
same note they would also be vulnerable to collapse and expulsion of
those housed fluids. This would lend support to legends about the waters of
the great deep being released .
This section being moved to fountains.html
gave his take on the notion presented above in a forum discussion.
His reply here by permission.
"I'm just going to say this once, and then I'll let it be—and, please, do not be offended. But I think, perhaps, you had better omit mention of the Biblical "great deep" in relation to the above because, whether you believe it or not, the "great deep" was celestial in nature, and had absolutely nothing to do with terrestrial or oceanic waters."
I am very sure that his view contradicts the written text and i base that on his own writings in God Star where he mis-applies the word 'mayim' and neglects other words used in the sentence, but Mayim is so vaguely used that it cannot be emphasised alone without inclusion of other words and their meaning.
The word mayim speaks only of water; figuratively juice;
by euphamism urine, semen: -+ piss,wasting, water(-ing[-course, -flood, -spring]).
Not at all relating to what he suggests.
The sentence under consideration uses, where the hebrew text I'm seeing involves other words,
The words, 'mayanah rab tehome', are those used in the text to describe the waters of the great deep, and they are
translated as a "spring or fountain" of "abundence" " an abyss (surging
mass of water) or deep (main sea or subterranean waters)".
Too often people are marginalized, who lived in a time far removed from our own by our take on their reality and understanding. Modern world views are involved here, not fair interpretation.
Continued at fountains.html
References: so far,,, more to come
2. Strongs Concordence of the Bible
3. Geneva Bible and the foot notes
4. One of several word study points,
Ezekiel 27:3 8-9 use the same words
as mentioned above, and in the
context of ocean voyages.