Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Theories About Earth... Growing Earth, Global Warming, Flat Earth and Hollow Earth | Focus Sessions

By Lynn via Focus Sessions, 10 November 2015

Q. Years ago I had a significant realization that the Earth has been growing, gradually over millions of years. Lo and behold I searched the idea online and found others who believed the same theory and then I found this video produced by a well known author and illustrator:

What do you see about this? Has the Earth grown to it's current state and is it a constant evolutionary pattern for this planets or all planets in general? If this is all a true thing, when growth has happened in the past did it happen in rapid spurts that caused cataclysm or has it been gradual changes accompanied by periodic geo-physical events like we experience today (earthquakes, landslides, sinkholes, volcanoes, etc.)?  Thanks for all your work!

A.  i have always visualized the Earth as a growing living thing.  When I meditate and tune into the Earth, I see her breath much like how lungs expand and then collapse.  There is a living life force tied to Mother Earth.  

The sun nourishes this life force much like it does the plants and animals on the surface.  The energy is transferred and used for healing and also growth.  As the sun hits the ground, what is not taken and absorbed by the plants and animals looks to be soaked up by the ground.  Energy isn't created or destroyed, but I do see it being stored by the Earth.  The Earth slowly grows and expands by using this energy.  I always see this expansion occurring at a faster rate at her belly (the equator) versus the poles.

This is a very slow process, only a few inches or feet a year, but steady and constant.  I see that occasionally a great crack would happen because of the pressure involved (I immediately go to the Grand Canyon) or earthquake (again due to pressure buildup).  

In its' infancy, our solar system was much smaller and the planets were closer to the sun.  The orbits do not look like concentric circles though, but rather may various orbits, some on top of one another, orbiting in every direction.. As the planets grew, the orbits changed and so did the gravitational forces involved (this is why we used to have mammoth sized animals and plants, because the gravitational force was much less).  It has taken millions and millions of years to get to where we are now..

Q.  I've been wondering about the whole cooling/warming phenomenon we're experiencing around the world. What can you tell us about the next 3-5 years about the general trend? Are we cooling or warming? What parts of the world will experience the biggest and most lasting change? Thanks for sharing your wonderful gift with us all.?

A. There are a few things going on with our solar system.  As the sun becomes more and more intense, the solar system in general is heating up, and different planets have atmospheres capable of retaining that heat, causing the planet surface to warm as well.  

Earth is heating up, but the other thing going on is a shift in true north along with a planetary wobble (so what does become truth north sort of "dips" down from time to time giving erratic weather).  I don't see the wobble "sticking" in a certain spot, but as true north shifts, those patterns will be more predictable.  

I also see all over the world within the next 3 to 5 years (as the Red Comet becomes closer to our field) we will experience temperature fluctuations all year long.  Weather patterns will be hard to predict, and things will be extreme.  We will see more earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, etc documented when compared to years past (in record breaking amounts). 

Q. Hi, Lyn There have been several videos and blogs about the fact that the earth is really flat and they have come up with proof as well as the reasons that it is not logically possible that the earth is a circular sphere.. What are your feelings about the flat earth idea and will they eventually change the teachings in the schools so the students will learn the truth?
This next video has a map that shows the Antarctica as surrounding the flat earth.

A. There are evidences that support both ideas, and when I tune in I see myself float above earth, and what I see looks like a rotating sphere.  I keep zooming out, and see the rotation causing night, day and the variations in between in comparison to the sun. Even though there are ideas that support a flat Earth, I cannot connect to it.  

Q. Background: I found myself thinking about the "Hollow Earth Theory" that was mentioned on your blog.  Although (especially as a geo-scientist!) I felt that this was an idea I felt I should avoid thinking about when I first read about it, I later started to think how your observations and readings may tie into other observations from the science in the field.  (I'm a fan of finding explanations and overarching theories that harmoniously incorporate all observations and data, especially from multiple angles.)

So... the state of the field in science is that... seismologists learned a lot about the interior of the Earth through seismic waves generated by large scale earthquakes that penetrate into the depths of the Earth.  These earthquakes were recorded at seismic stations.  The data from the stations later gave rise to the interpretation that the Earth had different layers based on the wave speeds at which the seismic waves traveled through the Earth at certain depths.  Based on the speed at which these waves traveled through, the materials of the layers were determined to be silicates or metal, hence giving rise to the layers of the crust, mantle, and core.  Earthquakes generate different kinds of waves, where one kind (Vs) can only travel through solids and not liquids, and another (Vp) can travel through both.  This is how it was determined that the outer core was liquid.  Sorry if this was a long intro!  The discrepancy I'm trying to resolve here is... 

Why is it that seismologists aren't able to detect this hollow portion of the Earth, as well as with the inner mantle and crust?  I guess my expectation is that at least the Vs waves wouldn't be able to travel through this portion, leaving a trace on the seismograms.  Is this hollow space more like a "pocket" within the Earth that is too small to resolve with the current coverage of the seismograms on the surface of the Earth?  Would it be possible to observe more layers (another silicate mantle and crust, and empty space) beyond the metallic core if one were to look closely at the seismograms, or are they somehow "blurred out" in the data? There was a recent discovery of an "inner-most inner core" a couple of years ago (a structure within the currently determined boundaries of the solid inner core).  Does this feature somehow relate to any of the currently undetermined/unknown structures that are related to the inner mantle, inner crust, atmosphere, and inner sun as you see it in the hollow Earth?

A.  As I look at the center of the Earth, I get that to get to the center there is a series of tunnels, caves and portals.  These (in the big scope of things) are very small and would difficult to detect on a scientific reading.  I then see the middle most portion that IS hollow, and again I see this as such a small area in comparison to the larger portion of surround Earth that it would be a blip on a reading.

If you were able to take the data and study it closely you could see anomalies where the inner crust mantle and inner core are located.  I also get that when many of these tests are done, they don't start at one point and send waves out the other side (like poking a pin all the way through a ball), but they send them to the middle and let them bounce back out.  This type of testing hides a lot, and if you could go through the true center rather that just "to" the center, it would help to get more accurate readings.  

And that is all I have for this reading.  Thank you.  Love and light-

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