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    ... From: aumsparky@earthlink.net To: Ancient-Mysteries@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2012 11:44 PM Subject: Re: [Ancient-Mysteries] catlin:
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         catlin tells that the andes rose and fell repeatedly in the 19th c.  he said a quake opened the earth there, sending forth steam and water, and where a village stood, a lake appeared. 
         [ i will adjust my theory, that the caverns below the andes could have water, with air above.  what a boon to the desert coast if they could penetrate into the caverns, and lead aquaducts off.  at least until an eruption.  for all we know, this could be the source of some valley rivers. ] 
         [ looking at the southwestern usa by google earth is revealing.  every basin up to 5500 ft or so, has signs of having been filled with seawater.  if it were salts left from evaporation of fresh over eons, it would be in a concentrated basin, but the entire basin is white with white sands or salt, and has left the former shores outlined.  this is in accord with either elevator plate movements, or of mega tsunamis coming far ashore, and being retained in basins.  rivers tend to cut channels over time, not stay in a basin from mya.  that old theory has serious flaws.  a most violent disaster is reflected by that seen across the sw and west.  it doesnt require a phd to see this.  it it had been fresh, it would probably be still flowing, but they remain dry.  seawater had reached these high elevations, up to 5500 feet, and then seawater evaporated from basins.  these basins were unconnected, as if water spashed into them from waves, rather than a drop in a plate.  it would be interesting to check the level of the old shore, to see if its on our current level. 
         most of the basins run ne to sw, it may indicate that the tsunamis came from off southern california or the sea of cortez.  it has the appearance of a recent geological event.  its possible that the oceans roared far ashore from many directions, for the nw usa has salt and sand trails running due west, and ok has signs of the sea coming in at e tx.  a poleshift could account for that seen.  5,000 or 12,000 years ago poleshift, or great tsunamis from martinique within the same span.  that volcano appears to be on the eastern rim of a submerged super volcano.   the debris thrown up to the east, could make it an impact crater. ] 
         catlin brings up the mystery of erratic blocks, huge stones left thousands of miles from their native beds.  only huge tsunamis could carry such masses.  we need to plot the route of these.  west to east, like the ark?  mountains thrown on their sides.  lateral pressure bore on them from the east.  the expanding crust from the mid-atlanta ridge? 
         he says gold is more often found on the western slopes of mountains. 
         author did travel lots, in the americas and europe. 
         all of the granite he had seen was shattered or fractured. 
         [im afraid catlin was a better painter, than a geologist. ]  he has the expanding earth, shrinking from contraction due to cooling.   
         catlin speaks of 'tens of thousands of years' for mountain uplift. 
         he says the apalachian mts also have a river under feeding the gulf stream.  [ maybe okeechobee is the outlet. ]
         the two most disturbed districts of rocks in america were given as labrador and grenada.  using google earth, montserrat looks to have had a violent past.  there is a photo-link on the island that shows the volcano active at night, with lava flows, the other pics shows giant rocks and boulders flung all over.  volcanoes on each end of the island.  city of plymouth half buried in ash.  the whole arc of islands from grenada to dominican rep look to be on a ring of fire.  beautiful places, with flowers, waterfalls, palm trees, aquamarine sea - but potentially death traps.  volcanic soil seems to be very fertile, all grows lush.  i would be afraid to even visit these places. 
         [wow, the more i study the eastern caribbean sea, and the arc of islands out from the grenadines, the more it looks like an impact crater, of 900 mile diameter.  its younger and larger than the one proposed for the yucatan of 65 mya, that our lads say made the dinosaurs extinct.  i would consider this one as cause for the megafauna great kill-off.  lets call it white's crater.  it came in at a low angle from the west.  it could have mostly depopulated mexico, as well as swept the megafauna to siberia by the great tsunamis that the event generated.  this could well be the cause for the cutting away much land, leaving plateaus in venezuela, and along the isthmus.  i truly think that this is an important discovery!  the tsunamis were probably over a mile high, reaching to salt lake.  im amazed that others did not take note of the seafloor along that arc of islands.  its less than 12,000 years ago, imho.  no wonder the mountains are so shattered on grenada.  it hit so hard, that it may have cracked into the magma chamber.  this volcanic arc is not an extension of the andes.  its an anomaly.  this event and its tsunamis might explain the red clay across ga and the carolinas.  im surprised that cayce didnt mention it.  the meteorite was likely 300 miles diameter, as shown by the path it cut.  ]
         manicouagan island west of labrador is also an impact crater.  i suppose that must be known. 
         the book is a bit boring, but it is thought provoking. 
       
      mike
       
       

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      judge for yourself if this could be a 900 mile diameter impact crater, that could have killed the megafauna.
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           judge for yourself if this could be a 900 mile diameter impact crater, that could have killed the megafauna. 
         
         
           many dont have google earth, so i send this way. 
         
        mike
         
         
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        Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2012 11:44 PM
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           catlin tells that the andes rose and fell repeatedly in the 19th c.  he said a quake opened the earth there, sending forth steam and water, and where a village stood, a lake appeared. 
           [ i will adjust my theory, that the caverns below the andes could have water, with air above.  what a boon to the desert coast if they could penetrate into the caverns, and lead aquaducts off.  at least until an eruption.  for all we know, this could be the source of some valley rivers. ] 
           [ looking at the southwestern usa by google earth is revealing.  every basin up to 5500 ft or so, has signs of having been filled with seawater.  if it were salts left from evaporation of fresh over eons, it would be in a concentrated basin, but the entire basin is white with white sands or salt, and has left the former shores outlined.  this is in accord with either elevator plate movements, or of mega tsunamis coming far ashore, and being retained in basins.  rivers tend to cut channels over time, not stay in a basin from mya.  that old theory has serious flaws.  a most violent disaster is reflected by that seen across the sw and west.  it doesnt require a phd to see this.  it it had been fresh, it would probably be still flowing, but they remain dry.  seawater had reached these high elevations, up to 5500 feet, and then seawater evaporated from basins.  these basins were unconnected, as if water spashed into them from waves, rather than a drop in a plate.  it would be interesting to check the level of the old shore, to see if its on our current level. 
           most of the basins run ne to sw, it may indicate that the tsunamis came from off southern california or the sea of cortez.  it has the appearance of a recent geological event.  its possible that the oceans roared far ashore from many directions, for the nw usa has salt and sand trails running due west, and ok has signs of the sea coming in at e tx.  a poleshift could account for that seen.  5,000 or 12,000 years ago poleshift, or great tsunamis from martinique within the same span.  that volcano appears to be on the eastern rim of a submerged super volcano.   the debris thrown up to the east, could make it an impact crater. ] 
           catlin brings up the mystery of erratic blocks, huge stones left thousands of miles from their native beds.  only huge tsunamis could carry such masses.  we need to plot the route of these.  west to east, like the ark?  mountains thrown on their sides.  lateral pressure bore on them from the east.  the expanding crust from the mid-atlanta ridge? 
           he says gold is more often found on the western slopes of mountains. 
           author did travel lots, in the americas and europe. 
           all of the granite he had seen was shattered or fractured. 
           [im afraid catlin was a better painter, than a geologist. ]  he has the expanding earth, shrinking from contraction due to cooling.   
           catlin speaks of 'tens of thousands of years' for mountain uplift. 
           he says the apalachian mts also have a river under feeding the gulf stream.  [ maybe okeechobee is the outlet. ]
           the two most disturbed districts of rocks in america were given as labrador and grenada.  using google earth, montserrat looks to have had a violent past.  there is a photo-link on the island that shows the volcano active at night, with lava flows, the other pics shows giant rocks and boulders flung all over.  volcanoes on each end of the island.  city of plymouth half buried in ash.  the whole arc of islands from grenada to dominican rep look to be on a ring of fire.  beautiful places, with flowers, waterfalls, palm trees, aquamarine sea - but potentially death traps.  volcanic soil seems to be very fertile, all grows lush.  i would be afraid to even visit these places. 
           [wow, the more i study the eastern caribbean sea, and the arc of islands out from the grenadines, the more it looks like an impact crater, of 900 mile diameter.  its younger and larger than the one proposed for the yucatan of 65 mya, that our lads say made the dinosaurs extinct.  i would consider this one as cause for the megafauna great kill-off.  lets call it white's crater.  it came in at a low angle from the west.  it could have mostly depopulated mexico, as well as swept the megafauna to siberia by the great tsunamis that the event generated.  this could well be the cause for the cutting away much land, leaving plateaus in venezuela, and along the isthmus.  i truly think that this is an important discovery!  the tsunamis were probably over a mile high, reaching to salt lake.  im amazed that others did not take note of the seafloor along that arc of islands.  its less than 12,000 years ago, imho.  no wonder the mountains are so shattered on grenada.  it hit so hard, that it may have cracked into the magma chamber.  this volcanic arc is not an extension of the andes.  its an anomaly.  this event and its tsunamis might explain the red clay across ga and the carolinas.  im surprised that cayce didnt mention it.  the meteorite was likely 300 miles diameter, as shown by the path it cut.  ]
           manicouagan island west of labrador is also an impact crater.  i suppose that must be known. 
           the book is a bit boring, but it is thought provoking. 
         
        mike
         
         

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