Diamonds aren’t forever? Journey to the centre of the Earth: Part 2

Earthquakes and Volcanoes routinely emit flashing, transparent and colourful Plasmoids emerging like giant bubbles out of the ground! These chaotic electromagnetic formations come in many shapes and colours and can travel at supersonic speed whilst seamlessly passing through or, alternatively, boring through obstructions! Plasmoids reek fire and destruction and according to Egan Bach, they have burnt down cities and tunnelled through mountains!

In great fear the ancients called these ground emerging destroyers “Gorgons”. The Greek historian, Hesiod, highlights their power to petrify! It would seem that the Gorgons may have been active in Australian Aboriginal mythology. Verbal records and dance traditions recorded these demonic Plasmoids at many sites and in various forms. Their “Rainbow Serpent” was responsible for carving river systems (Lichtenberg scars) on the face of the Earth and even held responsible for building mountains and forming lakes. Fantasy you may ask?

I was fascinated to talk to Louis Hissink, a former “Diamond” geologist with DeBeers! He enlightened me on his escape from the confines of classical geological theory! The epiphany came when confronted with Aboriginal mythology that explained recent diamond formation in the Australian Kimberley!?

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Cuvier and Schaeffer’s Catastrophism!

Cuvier and Schaeffer’s Catastrophism! The opening of the key to the Electric Universe!

Criticized, ostracized, derided, scorned and rebuked! Cuvier and Schaeffer! These two French eccentric geniuses ranged their new practical paradigms against the sanitized teachings of the Royal Society’s consensus science!

Georges Cuvier and then later Claude Schaeffer, dared question the hidebound uniformitarian teachings demanded by the Royal Society’s geology darlings, Hutton and Lyle. These theorists demanded the world’s development was a slow evolutionary process explained by millions of years of uniformitarian, slow but steady change. The sluggish passage of time could be coloured to suit any scenario!

This Misneme eventually influenced Darwin to explain evolution as a child of slow “natural selection” that, by chance, produced superior offspring and indeed new species entirely by “survival of the fittest”. A gross simplification that has survived as a cherished dogma squirreled into every facet of modern science.

But therefore what sets our two practical French geniuses apart?

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Lesbos, Homer and the War of the Worlds

Homer’s “Odyssey” narrates the chaotic homeward journey from the devastated battlefield of ancient Troy. The hero, the resourceful and cunning king Odysseus, leaves a Troy shattered not only by war but by the vindictive gods of the Greek pantheon. Although the heroes of the Trojans and Greeks contribute to victory and defeat it is ultimately the battle between the gods themselves that decide the fate of these nations.

Many “Electric Universe” advocates maintain these gods were sky gods, or planets in cosmic realignment. At the very least others believe tremendous cosmic discharge events were occurring above the battlefield. They manifested in gigantic cosmic thunderbolts and meteors from the god Zeus (Peratt instabilities), earthquake storms, mega floods and Tsunamis (Poseidon) plagues and fire from the sky (Apollo) the shattering of cities (plasmoids) and the butchering of men (Aries and Athena)

Odysseus’s deadly homeward journey is delayed for many years by curious obstacles that to the modern reader seem beyond belief. The giant Cyclops, the mind controlling Harpies, the changing of men into animals! But is there fact in these stories? Much of Homer is true. His grasp of geography was praised by the practical Strabo for its accuracy. His description of “the catalogue of ships” shows an in depth knowledge of the towns and navies of the Greek Mycenaean civilization. His grasp of human frailties matched Shakespeare’s. Do perhaps the fantastic elements merely reflect a world bathing in celestial effects unwitnessed by modern man? Regardless Homer’s writings reflect a world in chaos. Let’s examine and sift real proof that this 3000 year old Mycenaean era was an exceptionally catastrophic time for mankind! Let’s see if the Electric Universe can shed some light on this ancient “mythology”!

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Giant Wombats and Electrical Fossilization

Extinct Giant Marsupials would be found on Australia’s Mornington Peninsula was a prediction I made two years ago ! Recently an elephant sized Wombat (the Marsupial Diprotodon) was discovered off Sorrento, Victoria. It was concretised in a limestone beach deposit. But why was I so certain? Along the entire Victorian coastline from Inverloch(Dinosaur beach) through to South Australia (Naracoorte limestone caves) is evidence of a vast extinction! From remnants of shellfish, trees and mega fauna there is evidence of electrical petrification on a vast scale (life forms transmuting to rock). As close by as inland Lancefield massive bolus shaped graves of these very animals, from giant Kangaroos to huge Wombats, abound. They inevitably occur in tangled heaps of destruction. In other continents, from the U.S. to Russia, similar mass mega fauna destruction sites occur.

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Comets, Planets in Chaos and Plasma Mythology

Thomas Short, writing in the 18th century, chronicled the many calamities that had decimated mankind over four thousand years. Plagues, Earthquakes, drought, pestilence and incredible floods. As you read through his curious book you are struck by the inevitable parallel appearance of bright comets in numbers unmatched by modern experience. They are invariably connected to the major disasters! Up until the 1800s many sources resonate with the fear that humanity held for the “comet”! Chinese records even show the many forms a comet may take. Did they not have a reason? Then the “Age of Reason” struck and curiously the number of visible comets visiting Earth fell dramatically. Eventually by the end of the 20th century it became scientific dogma that comets were harmless dusty snowballs.

Then two stunning events occurred that forced a re-appraisal of this benign scenario. In 1994 the comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 split into 23 sections and one by one flash discharged well above the surface of the giant planet Jupiter. The result was devastating! Each discharge area was the size of Earth with the destructive imprints persisting for over a year! For the first time modern man had seen how ruthless the innocent comet could be!

The second surprise was the observation by modern instruments of comets diving into the sun. Immediately afterwards giant Coronal Mass Ejections( CME)were seen blossoming out on the opposite side of the Sun. Wal Thornhill believes this a good indication of the electrical nature of the Sun. These resultant CMEs were even larger than the Sun itself. How could such a puny object be so violently powerful?

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The incredible Georgiana McCrae

No doubt about it Georgiana McCrae was a high maintenance babe. But let’s leave that for awhile and splash into her history. She was the out of wedlock daughter of the Duke of Gordon, a real Scottish icon with a castle and the whole nobility bit. Unfortunately for Georgiana it was not the right century, ‘to be born on the wrong side of the blanket” as society put it. I mean imagine Prince Charles having to explain that sort of thing.

Georgiana was raised at the end of the terrible Napoleonic wars, when the only hope for an ambitious girl of fire was to go to the colonies. And Australia was the toughest colony of all. Particularly the newly formed Port Phillip settlement.

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Yes, none of today’s nannied society. Lets cast the scene in 1840, the decade she came to Melbourne. In the late 1830’s its population was only a tad over 300. It was just prior to the chaotic gold rush era of the 1850s. Adventurers intent on quick money had not descended on the land of plenty. Instead a hardy lot of ambitious pioneers, mainly in search of independence and cheap land, came with a determination to forge ahead. The later ‘Gold rush’ was to radically change Melbourne and the McCrae’s thinking. But in the 1840s they had ‘smelly’ sanitation, roughshod buildings and a decided lack of refinement. Early Melbourne was a rough diamond and to Georgiana, bringing up 5 children, it was tough going. A lass in search of a future had only the prospect of cheap land and a hard working husband to brighten their fortunes. No rich middle class to sell stocks, bonds and real estate investments to.

Georgiana had married Andrew McCrae in Scotland in 1930 and we get the feeling, from her diary, that he never came up to her romantic childhood dreams. She refers to him always as Mr. McCrae and one can glean an aloofness from him which we suspect grew over the years . He is rarely praised. Still even today it is near impossible to get a praising wife and just quietly (shhh) a diary is a nice place to air your complaints without the vitriol of direct confrontation. I might start one myself.

Andrew and Georgiana came to Australia in 1839 (Sydney) and soon realized their fortunes lay in Melbourne or Port Phillip as it was known . We learn from her dairies she was a finicky soul, often complaining of headaches (when Andrew was around). Nevertheless, she was a highly talented artist and relentless domestic manager. Not one built ,perhaps, for the pioneering life but game enough regardless. They lived in Melbourne for a few years then in 1845 decided to build a series of shacks in what was to become our beloved McCrae.

This is where her real life’s adventure begins. Georgiana McCrae packed up in the ship “Midge” and sailed to Arthur’s seat whilst Andrew roughed it along the coastal tracks by horse. Andrew had by this time half built the original shacks which you can inspect to this day. They are well worth the visit despite being ritzed up for the tourists. Included in the outhouses are what she calls her “University of Arthur’s Seat”. Here she dutifully taught the children a remarkable spectrum of skills from languages, Greek and Roman history, to maths and of course her beloved art.

And this is where a fascinating part of the tale begins. She befriended members of the local Bunurong tribe who numbered some 300. Amongst them she sported a few very close mates. In particular was Ben-Benjie who she often went spear fishing with around the rocks and beaches . They even gathered wild raspberries together. The local Bunurong were frequent visitors and there is even a picture drawn by her son of a Corroboree held at their house. Many of her sketches featured these brethren of the bush. We learn such fascinating gems as the Bunurong’s fondness for possum meat as against Kangaroo.

But of course Georgiana McCrae could not but help but getting involved in their local love trysts and she even hid one of the young Bunurong girls who had run away from her husband for a more suitable lover. Nothing much changes. An endearing trait was the universal appeal of her piano playing and the local Bunurong would often gather around to hear her play. Her famous piano still lives in the house for all to witness.

We must never forget Georgiana’s reigning passion for art. By the time she left Scotland she had a fine reputation as a painter of miniatures. At one stage she even entertained the idea of making a living from her craft. Ah! but the family forbade it as undignified and Georgiana acquiesced. I can’t quite imagine Janine Daddo succumbing so easily. There would of been hell to pay. But these were different times.

But for all the charm and fascination of the dairy, for me the archaeologist, the real gem is the revelation that the Bunurong tribe had witnessed the cataclysmic formation of Port Phillip bay. She records how a Mr Cobb talks to the blacks. They said originally you could

“walk dry foot from our side of the bay to Geelong”. It was a Kangaroo grazing ground. He quotes that,”long ago, in a night of great tempests, the trees blew down and a great sea rushed in through the heads at Portsea. The land sank under earthquakes and the water became deep and void, just as it is today”

She notes Governor Batman also added the aboriginal tradition that the Yarra once flowed along the Carrum swamps and came out in Westernport bay. What a great catastrophic event this must of been . Thanks Georgiana for your fascinating diaries.

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Death and extinction of the Megafauna in Australia

Imagine giant wombats the size of a Rhinoceros (Diprotodon) roaming the Peninsula. Worse massive man eating kangaroos (Procptodon) sending you scuttling in terror as they roamed the countryside in packs. Or the lone marsupial lion (Thylacoleo carnifex) carrying off your newborn baby. Aboriginal mythology is rich in such stories and tells of a time when they shared Australia with these savage predators. One such legend from the Murrumbidgee River tells how, the cunning hunter Wirroowaa, with the help of the great white spirit, had defeated these giant Kangaroos that had slaughtered many of his tribe.

The existence of these huge creatures is testified to by the giant fossilized bones of these extinct mega fauna. From Lake Eyre, the Menindee lakes on the Darling River, Lake Mungo near Mildura, Cuddie springs along the Queensland border, the Narracort caves near Mount Gambia, at Keilor and Romsey near Melbourne their bones are to be found in abundance. I have no doubt that somewhere on the Mornington Peninsula hides a fossilized outcrop waiting to be discovered. These remains generally seem to be found near river beds and springs which is a similar position to the discoveries of extinct mastodons (elephants) in the United States along the Mississippi river.

But what happened to the Australian Megafauna? Again we return to Aboriginal mythology but also cleverly combine it with the latest scientific revelations and find ourselves coming to startling conclusions.

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Thunderbolts, Mammoths and Mass Destruction

Siberia, Alaska, Malta! Three mass slaughter sites! Sites littered with carcasses and skeletons captured in violent death throes. Some are petrified as rocks(Malta), some are preserved in ice(Siberia), some are surrounded and invaded by limestone(Hot Springs – Dakota). Others entombed in Bitumen(La Brea-L.A.) and peat Bogs(Snowmass- Colorado). Many are impeccably preserved whilst the bulk are shattered, dismembered and rolled(Gibraltar) by forces so violent and unseen today that we are naive to their mysterious powers!

These extinct species met with an instantaneous and horrific death. Although man was in at the death his hand was rarely involved. The modern theory of overhunting, careless burn offs, starvation and plague were never more than a trifle in this overwhelming picture of the mass destruction of species both large and small. And the last extinction occurred not so long ago and it is etched in modern mans mythology!

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Baalbek Temple and City destructions – summary

So what is Baalbek Lebanon all about? If the people of Baalbek feared Baal alias Jupiter could this sky god have driven their destiny? Both myth and legend go much further to support the malignant role of Jupiter and other planets in Mankind’s affairs. Remember Jupiter goes by many names. In ancient Phoenicia he is Baal of our Baalbek. In Israel he is Zedek. In Egypt Amon. In Iran he is Mazda. In Babylon Enlil. In India he is Shiva. In Greece the mighty Zeus king of the Gods. Jupiter in all cases is the supreme sky god. The supreme planet.

In all these cases he is blamed for hurling massive thunderbolts against the Earth and causing earthquakes. Could this of happened? Today Jupiter/Baal hurls thunderbolts at its moon Io. Thus interplanetary discharges do occur. In a near approach of Jupiter perhaps Earth too was subject to the sky god’s wrath?

The ancient Greek historian, Homer in the Odyssey, specifically blames Baal / Zeus / Jupiter for hurling thunderbolts and destroying Troy with earthquakes. Baal shattered the Earth. That is why the citizens of Baalbek feared and worshiped this Sky God. They trembled under his destruction and even offered human sacrifice to calm him.

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Bad to the Bones part 2 – Lake Mungo and Lake Victoria Fossils and Skeletons

You’ve never heard of Sodom and Gomorrah? These were two cities of ancient Israel that God’s wrath devastated and buried under the murky salt of today’s Dead Sea. The citizen’s indulged in gambling, drinking and sexual excess. These ancient cities of around 3000 BC were hit with fire and brimstone. In their escape the biblical Lot’s wife was fossilised and turned into a pillar of salt simply because she disobeyed her husband. With her insatiable feminine curiosity she had merely turned to view the city’s annihilation. Are you Cynical? Did this actually occur?

Well today they have actually rediscovered these lost cities under the Dead Sea. But what if I said similar destructions had occurred in Australia? What if I told you that along the Murray near Mildura lies a certain Lake Victoria where the fossilized skeletons of fifteen thousand humans lie scattered? All this happening around the time scale of the unfortunate Sodom and Gomorrah. Where is the truth?

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Lake Mungo and Lake Victoria fossils and skeletons

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