Figure 1 Thanks to http://solarimg.org for this image: Global Warming
If you placed a marker on the exact North Pole and then marked its location in space, the mark would give you the circular figures you see on figure 1. From January of 2010 until February 2011 the earth’s North Pole formed a near perfect circle. After April 2011 the circle began to tighten and around September 2011the pole began to rock back and forth, if I am interpreting this correctly.
On September 15, 2011 we had three 6.0 or greater earthquakes, all at the same time, located in Japan,New Zealand, and Cuba: http://www.longislandpress.com/2011/09/15/ three-earthquakes-new-zealand-cuba-japan/ and my question would be, did the earthquakes cause the earth to move in its orbit or did the earth’s orbit change and cause the earthquakes? Based on the lessons I have learned from the Hopi Indians, I think the earth tweaked as it changed its orbit and that is what caused the earthquakes.
So, why did the earth tweak? Scientist say (Peter Clark Oregon State University in his report to the journalScience) “when the ice is removed (from the poles), it appears the underlying land would rebound, and the earthʼs axis of rotation defined by the North and South Pole would actually shift about one-third of a mile, also affecting the sea level at various points.”
My Hopi friends say that the Creator told them, “I have planned for the day when man forgets his purpose and goes against My laws. I have reserved the water, in the form of ice and snow, for My own use as a weapon for punishment to be applied when mankind gets out of control. This will be a Judgment Day. Mankind will no longer deserve to live on this land which I made for him. Afterward, I will regenerate the earth.” Page 516 Dan Evehema, Hotevilla 1993.
This is not the first time the poles have melted and the earth has shifted according to Hopi history. In fact the Hopi believe that the current time we are living in, is the forth time, so the poles have melted in regular intervals at three previous times. Charles Hapgood in his book, Path of the Poles, with a forward by Albert Einstein, thinks that the poles have been in four different locations in the past 100,000 years.
If this was the case then many of the ancient structures (Stonehenge, The Avenue of the Dead, The Mayan Temples, Baalbek, Tiahuanaco, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, etc) built in the past should be lined up with the different pole locations: http:// mondovista.com/changingnorthx.html and therefore give proof to this theory. This could also be the reason that these structures are such a mystery to us, they donʼt line up with north, south, east or west or any solstice or star at this time.
Yesterday there were floods in Thailand, droughts in Texas, and record snow falls on the East Coast. Weather patterns and season are changing, moisture from the melting poles is changing our world, the lose of weight on the polar region is starting to effect the earths orbit, the earth is starting to wobble, and still we argue if global warming is real.
So in the end, I do not think it will matter if global warming was caused by man or mother nature, we are all going to pay if we donʼt start looking for solutions to stop the polar ice caps from melting.
Thomas O. Mills lives in California and is the Author of “The Book of Truth A New Perspective on the Hopi Creation Story”
“Stonehenge, If This Was East” firstname.lastname@example.org Link to Sept. 9, 2011 David M. Kinchen review: www.huntingtonnews.net › Entertainment Here’s a link to a blog by Mills explaining his theories: http://blog.world-mysteries.com/science/a-hopi-connection-with-other-ancient-sites/
The Hopi creation story — or myth — starts out by saying that the Creator was looking for a place to create as he traveled through space and he found Earth. The only problem: the planet was out of balance. The Creator instructed a Female companion and his Nephew to correct this problem. This suggests to me that the Creator had a sister, a brother-in-law, parents, and that he was not alone when he came here in the beginning, Mills writes.
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