We have proven sufficiently that crustal deformations have scourged ancient cultures very long time ago. Crustal deformations are the cause of highly developed civilizations to be warped back into a new Stone Age. We have identified them as lost civilizations. Note the plural. During these events that took place over many millenniums the Earth’s crust deformed very slowly causing the spin axis, as seen from the crust’s perspective, to migrate very slowly.
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Difficult to Imagine the Scale on Which it Took Place
It is difficult for many people to imagine that a geographic pole – the crust – can shift and deform. Mainstream science says it is impossible. They say there is no evidence. Yet, apparently it is possible and the evidence can be found everywhere but has not been properly recognized and interpreted as such.
Science interprets these crustal shifts as ice ages or glaciation cycles and claims that the latter are caused by variations in CO2. The truth is that glaciation cycles were crustal deformations and the proof is in the numbers. Most new scientific discoveries are supported by mathematics, and not just by digging somewhere in the ground or proposing wild ideas with some dubious evidence. Our animation shows certain ancient structures, spread around the world, which were selected by us to illustrate with clarity how we found and proved the locations of these ancient poles. Many more structures were involved in our precise mathematical methods to produce such proof.
The Older a Pole, the Higher the Uncertainties
Note that the older a pole becomes, the harder it is to validate it, and this has several reasons:
- the older a pole, the older the structures. The older the structures, the less is left of them to clearly discern their orientation.
- the older a pole, the more shifts the crust had to endure. The orientation of the ancient structures became less accurate, and one can see that in the size of the red dot that grows larger as the pole position gets older and less defined.
- the larger a mathematical node (the red dot) becomes, the more structures you need to prove that pole, but these structures are very difficult to find.
These foregoing are the main reasons why the probabilities of the four former geographic poles decrease. What is clear and even stunning is the consistency of the mathematical patterns we found. All proof and evidence are pointing in the same direction – to an inevitable conclusion. Crustal shifts in the latitudinal direction are real, and they relate to glaciation cycles. Ancient structures and ancient civilizations are showing us the way.
We have discovered based on the orientation patterns in our database that Humanoid activity has spread from the region of Peru to the region of Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize. In this specific region of Guatemala and Mexico, we see an explosion of activity. Humanoid species start to thrive here. The patterns indicate that the migration route goes further up the North through the Bering Strait, and spreads quickly over the vast Eurasian continent.
The Out-of-Africa hypothesis seems to have no real validity. Africa is vastly ignored by the ancient builders. We find hardly any ancient structures in Africa. The Northern part of Africa, above the Sahara, is the only region of Africa where we can find many ancient structures.
We will spend more attention to this topic in future publications.
Five Poles: Mathematically Proven
Probabilities of these Pole Positions
The positions of these poles are the result of extensive calculations and complex mathematics. The analyzed ancient structures are distributed all over the globe, very much distant from each other. The orientation of a building is defined by our method as follows: The structure can be uniquely positioned within 90 degrees regarding the current geographic pole, 45 degrees Eastward, and 45 degrees Westward.
When we process our data, we find massive nodes in an almost vertical line descending over Greenland. The probabilities of these nodes to be formed coincidentally are*:
- Pole I (0-26 ka): 1 to 6.15×1018
- Pole II (130-155 ka): 1 to 1.82×1020
- Pole III (210-225 ka): 1 to 5.91×1025
- Pole IV (240-270ka): 1 to 8.37×108
- Pole V (330-345ka): 1 to 2.47×105
That means we can be quite certain, between 99.99996% up to 100%, that these poles (the red dots) are:
- correctly positioned;
- of the correct size.
The same holds true for the age of the geographic poles. The magnitude of the shifts corresponds so accurately to the temperature jumps of the glaciations graphs that we can claim a correct period with 99.99987% certainty.
Mathematics, as the Queen of Science, has shown us how to define antiquity more precisely – for the past half million years.
*latest data January 2019.
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