• The earth

     Moshe Daniel updated 13 years, 1 month ago 4Members · 6 Posts
  • ANDREW MURRAY

    Member
    December 1, 2010 at 1:21 am

    Very nice video, great editing!

    http://www.youtube.com/user/nieslighting

    What i\’m interested in is how deep is our layer of the earth. The crust, mantel, outer core, inner core, how deep they go basically. I agree with you due to the work Nassim Haramein has done with the Unified field theory, but your video shows the middle of the earth has a HUGE cavity. Shouldn\’t the cavity be smaller?

    Also do you know any thing more about why 19.47 latitude is such a interesting point on our earth?

    One more thing. If the big crater down in the gulf of Mexico was the asteroid that led to a a lot of different animal extinctions, then wouldn\’t the impact throw off our earths three axises threw space/time? If so, then I would think that the EMR from the cosmos and the earth back then would have been completely different then now a days, resulting in different DNA mutations. Would it have been faster or slower though?

  • Lynn Herb

    Member
    December 1, 2010 at 7:21 pm

    ANDREW MURRAY wrote:
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    quote :

    Very nice video, great editing!
    http://www.youtube.com/user/nieslighting
    What i\’m interested in is how deep is our layer of the earth. The crust, mantel, outer core, inner core, how deep they go basically. I agree with you due to the work Nassim Haramein has done with the Unified field theory, but your video shows the middle of the earth has a HUGE cavity. Shouldn\’t the cavity be smaller?>>>>

    Hi Andrew,
    I am not sure which video you\’re referring to?
    could you be more specific?

    I think this page on Wikipedia may answer some of your questions about the layers of the Earth.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crust_(geology)

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    That is a great question –
    there are a string of Volcanoes in Mexico and Hawaii and maybe elsewhere too at that latitude – there are also pyramids placed there.
    I don\’t know why though. anyone have any ideas?

    <<<One more thing. If the big crater down in the gulf of Mexico was the asteroid that led to a a lot of different animal extinctions, then wouldn\'t the impact throw off our earths three axises threw space/time? If so, then I would think that the EMR from the cosmos and the earth back then would have been completely different then now a days, resulting in different DNA mutations. Would it have been faster or slower though?

    >>>

    ha ha. What a question!!
    i am not sure, but i agree (i think) with your assumptions. what is the relevance of this question?

  • ANDREW MURRAY

    Member
    December 2, 2010 at 3:51 am


    Here is the video that showed a HUGE cavity in the earths outer core it seems.

    But i think its interesting if that crater hit the earth, it could have caused the 23 degree tilt that our planet has today. If so, then we are spinning with more effort compared to spinning with a tilt at 0 degrees. At 0 degrees tilt, we would have the most efficient production of our magnetic field and sense we are magnetic creates, change our anatomy. The saying \”Center your self\” could be a translation error, like most ancient text IMO.

    Also, if we changed our planets tilt, what would happen to our seasons i wonder. plus, would our planetary crystal grid become re-energized?

  • Moshe Daniel

    Member
    December 2, 2010 at 1:07 pm

    the tilt of the Earth is caused by the spinning of the Earth. It is a phenomenon called Precession and happens when any round object spins on its axis. Right now, it is Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights… one thing we do is spin Dreydels – and it is clear to see this process of precession. So, the angle of the earth\’s axis, i believe, is caused by this spin.

  • Noah Nemo

    Member
    December 31, 2010 at 1:40 am

    Moshe,

    Procession is the Binary Research Institute\’s speciality:

    http://www.binaryresearchinstitute.org/

    Quote:

    \”The precession of the equinox is observed as the stars moving across the sky at the rate of about 50 arc seconds per year, relative to the equinox. Conventional theory holds that this phenomenon is due to the gravity of the sun and moon acting upon the oblate spheroid of the earth causing the axis to wobble (the lunisolar theory). The alternative explanation advanced by the Binary Research Institute is that most of the observable is due to solar system motion, causing a reorientation of the earth relative to the fixed stars as the solar system gradually curves through space (the binary theory or model). We find the binary model better explains acceleration of the precession rate, better predicts changes in the rate, answers a number of solar system problems and has none of the paradoxes or inconsistencies associated with lunisolar precession theory.\”

    Have you made contingency plans for the next passage of our sun\’s binary companion?

    In ancient Hebrew texts, this companion is known as the \”sun of righteousness\”, the Destroyer, Wormwood, etc.

    All the best,
    Noah

  • Moshe Daniel

    Member
    December 31, 2010 at 3:21 am

    Hi Noah,

    thanks for that knowledge on the Earth\’s Precession. Makes sense.

    You wrote

    quote :

    In ancient Hebrew texts, this companion is known as the \”sun of righteousness\”, the Destroyer, Wormwood, etc.

    Is this also known as Nibiru?
    Is this the planet/comet / whatever that passes very close to the Earth and causes major disaster? Is that what you\’re asking about?
    What is the Hebrew for the \”sun of righteousness\”?

    Is it Shemesh Tzadeck?

    Imagine is Now,
    Moshe

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