06 - Consequences
Original date of article: January 2019
Some scientists, no amateurs but real scholars, have already more than once explained what would happen IF the whole earth crust would shift over a certain angle. They explained, hypothetical, the consequences for our continents, oceans, buildings, animals, humans and so on.
Other scientists have found evidence for some severe catastrophes our planet has undergone in the past. Still according these scientists almost all of these disastrous events took place somewhere around 10,500 BC.
There isn’t probably a single scholar who will declare that a crustal shift indeed took place in the past. Most likely they don’t want to risk their career, that’s quit understandable.
But, all the hypothetical events that scientists have mentioned which would happen in case of an crustal shift, they really happened indeed. However, if some amateurs or writers then add all these facts together and declare there must have been an crustal shift in a distant past, it’s called a crazy idea. But, are these amateurs or writers really as crazy as claimed?
Now, let's look at some of the disasters that really happened and are recognized by our modern scholars, let's relate these events to a crustal shift.
The further away from Syene, the center of the earth's crust shift, the worse the consequences were. The biggest catastrophes did apparently occur at locations on the perimeter of the circle which described the crustal shift.
Canada and North America.
Before 10,500 BC Canada and North America were lying in the middle of the Arctic region, the continent was covered with a huge layer of ice. Due to the fact the ice was lying on land the sea level was standing extremely low.
This layer of ice, which is now called the Laurentide Ice Sheet, shifted from the north pole (90° N) to about 52° N. The ice started to melt at a furious pace with heavy rains as a result. The sea level rose about 150 meters, causing huge land masses to disappear under water.
In the "new" polar region the ice layer was building up at a slower rate. In the Arctic region there isn’t a continent anymore, no land mass. The ice that was formed remained for at least 4/5 under water so the sea level never dropped to its former level. Eventually, huge pieces of land still remained beneath sea level.
In Greenland, researchers have taken drilling samples from the thick layer of ice that has apparently been lying already there for many thousands of years. This region of Greenland, where these drill samples were taken, shifted further away from the North Pole. Research on these ice cores has revealed that some 12,000 years ago the temperature has risen by as much as 5 degrees in a period of 3 to 10 years.
In Siberia it suddenly became much colder, large animals such as mammoths were probably swept away by huge tidal waves on one large pile where they froze quite quickly.
[Prof. Fekri Hassan Egyptologist: Around 10.500 BC, it rained very hard. Everything between the Nile valley and the delta was swept away. The level of the Nile was exceptionally high and huge parts of the country were flooded.]
Due to the crustal shift, North Africa came much closer to the equator. After several centuries of heavy rain, the country became much drier and the Sahara changed into a desert.
Antarctica lay before 10.500 BC in a temperate climate, a large part or possibly the entire continent was ice-free. Due to the earth crust shift, Antarctica came to lie in the Antarctic and froze.
South America, Tiwanaku.
Tiwanaku (or Tiahuanaco) is an ancient city in the highland of present Bolivia, on the Andes plateau west of the modern city La Paz and not so far from the lake Titicaca. According to some experts the site of Tiwanaku doesn't go further back in time than 200 BC.
However, when the Spaniards arrived in Tiwanaku (and Sacsayhuaman) the Inca’s declared that these constructions already existed the moment they settled here and were built thousands of years before. We'd better believe the Inca's.
In fact, the site of Tiwanaku must have existed already a long time before 10,500 BC and has been totally destroyed by the crustal shift.
As mensioned before, the earth crust has shifted from 90° North to 52° North / 100° West
somewhere in Northern America, that’s a shift of 38 degrees.
The earth crust shift describes a circle with Syene as the centre and with the north pole on its circumference. That circle lies in a plane that cuts the earth globe in half. If we look at that plane from the side, we see only a line, the segment AC. The earth's crust has shifted from the point A (90 ° N) to the point B (52 ° N) over an angle of 38 degrees.
The ancient city of Tiwanaku must have shifted over about the same angle, this city is almost lying on the circumference of that circle. Nowadays Tiwanaku its position is 16.5° South, 38 degrees more to the north would mean that the earlier position was 16.5° S – 38° N = 21.5° North.
After building up enormous unbalance on the earth crust and immense tension inside of the crust, at a certain moment the crust came loose of the core and started to shift. The acceleration must have been tremendous.
Google Maps - The lake Titicaca about 10,500 BC?
Before the crustal shift the water level in the Titicaca lake stood a lot higher, Tiwanaku was a city with a harbor on the shores of the lake.
After thousands years of building up the tension in the earth crust it finally came loose from its core and started to shift. This acceleration of the earth crust created a huge shock in the earth crust. There is a physical law concerning the so called Inertia that tells us that an object don’t react immediately onto an acceleration.
The earth's crust began to shift with a huge shock and moved from 90° to 52° North. Because of their inertia, high buildings and certainly great water masses couldn't follow the acceleration of the earth's crust. High buildings collapsed and water masses stayed behind while the earth's crust shifted further.
Because of its location, in the North surrounded by mountains, the water of the lake Titicaca couldn't get away. Water mixed with mud from the mountains flooded back into the lake.
The reaction of the returning water and mud stream was so heavy that the water went over the shores on the other side of the lake and flooded the entire city of Tiwanaku. Probably a quarter of the water from the lake disappeared southwards.
At the end, while the crustal shift was still ongoing, the water in the lake reached the same speed of the crustal shift itself and the lake became stable again. However, at least a quarter of the water was gone, the water level in the lake stood suddenly much lower.
Tiwanaku was completely destroyed and covered with a (very) thick layer of mud, the civilization completely swept away. In very little time, the harbor of Tiwanaku was now several miles away from the shores of the lake. If there were survivors at all, it must become clear there were only very few.
Tiwanaku several miles away from the shores of the lake.
Google Maps - The present lake Titicaca,