Liquefied DirtWe are yet to approach any sort of understanding of our Mud Flood related issues where buildings ended up buried in the dirt. Here is one additional hypothesis on this issue.
- The purpose of this article is to make us think what else, besides water, could be the reason for our "Mud Flood."
- I'm thinking along the lines of some advanced device aka weapon, the tech of which could have been passed over by the SkyLab
- We have instances of Mud Flood at various elevations, which, apart from full blown Biblical Flood flood of the 19th century, are hard to explain.
- Additionally, this Flood would have to be more of a slow fill up type of disaster, similar to the way we fill up a bathtub.
- A possibility of such a Flood in the 19th century is not quite supported by the available evidence.
New Madrid EarthquakeSo here is what we have in relation to our New Madrid Earthquake. I am not an expert as far as earthquakes go, but it does sound rather interesting:
1811-12: New Madrid Earthquakes
1811-12: New Madrid Earthquakes
- Buildings would sink sideways into liquefying earth.
- A large pier with many people sheltering on it sank and completely disappeared, probably due to liquefaction.
- The Lisbon Earthquake
- In the aftermath of an earthquake the ground can liquefy, tilting buildings and wreaking damage. What causes this, and why doesn't it happen after every quake?
- Among the shocking images of devastation to come out of the New Zealand city of Christchurch in the aftermath of yesterday's magnitude 6.3 quake are pictures showing the ground turning into a muddy sludge.
- This process, known as liquefaction, famously happened after a magnitude 7.5 quake in the Japanese city of Niigata in 1964, leaving buildings intact but sinking at angles into the ground.
- Earth scientist Professor Mike Sandiford, of the University of Melbourne, says liquefaction happens when a quake shakes up water sitting in loosely packed sediment about 10 to 20 meters below the ground, turning the usually solid soil into a liquid.
- But it doesn't happen after every earthquake.
- For liquefaction to occur the affected ground has to be made up of loosely packed sediment, Sandiford says, and there must be a lot of water sitting in the spaces, or pores, separating the individual sediment grains.
- If you have a city on solid rock, like granite or something, it will never liquefy because there is no liquid in the pores
- What causes the ground to liquefy after an earthquake? › Ask an Expert (ABC Science)
- At a first glance this "liquefaction" does not really help us out much, for it just topples buildings sideways (ate least it appears that way).
- Yet, if this liquid mass has to travel towards normally standing, and unaffected buildings, it appears reasonable to assume, that the mass would bury such buildings to the point where this liquid mass finds it's level. Additionally, the mass could stop when it no longer contains sufficient amounts of water.
And this map of the Seattle area demonstrates the direction of the accumulation of dirt, which turns Seattle into a "top of the hill" city. There is a little bit of dirt accumulation towards Bellevue as well, but it is nothing when we compare it to Seattle.
- Will sound pretty crazy, but what if some advanced weapon could cause this soil liquefaction and push the mass in a specific direction? As a result we end up with some cavities which eventually turn into lakes.
Videos: I'm not sure what exactly the below videos tells us, but I think it is somewhat relevant to the issue.
The WRATH of the SKYLAB
Enoch a righteous man, whose eyes were opened by God
1. Melt Like Wax
Book of Enoch, Ch 1.5 and 1.6
1.5: And all shall be smitten with fear
And the Watchers shall quake,
And great fear and trembling shall seize them unto the ends of the earth.
1.6: And the high mountains shall be shaken,
And the high hills shall be made low,
And shall melt like wax before the flame.
The above Star Fort is located in Russia. It was allegedly built in the 19th Century. Whatever happened appears to be unknown.
- For right now, I think that there could be a technologically advanced weapon in possession of certain individuals capable of causing such things.
- Possibly we are talking about the Fasces Weapon.
Titicaca is a large, deep lake in the Andes on the border of Bolivia and Peru, often called the "highest navigable lake" in the world. By volume of water and by surface area, it is the largest lake in South America.
2. Lake Titicaca
2. Lake Titicaca
- In 2000, a team of international archaeologists found the ruins of an underwater temple, thought to be between 1,000 and 1,500 years old, perhaps built by the Tiwanaku people. The ruins have been measured to be 200 by 50 m (660 by 160 ft).
- On the left: Painting of Inca Manco Capac. Created between 1750 - 1800
- Manco Cápac - Wikipedia, died c.1230AD
- On the right: Roman fence from Emperor Constantine the Great's villa, Mediana, Serbia, 272AD - 337AD
- Surface ruins at Lake Titicaca: they have a butt load of ruins out there, and we could guess who did not build those
KD: Anyways, the above Lake Titicaca stuff was just for FYI. Here is the pertaining info I wanted to share.
6. And the high mountains shall be shaken,
And the high hills shall be made low
Well, I figured if high hills could be made low, than the low lands could be made into high hills. At the same time when you plan on committing such a feat, you have to possess certain capabilities.
- Today, Lake Titicaca in South America is considered a fresh water lake. However, in earlier times, it was an inland salt water lake high in the Andes, after being pushed up to over 12,000 feet from its once sea-level existence. Countless articles have been written about its diminishing salt water content and existence of salt water fish and flora within the lake itself.
- It still has the ruins of extensive docks lying on an earlier shoreline. In Tiwanaku's heyday, one of these docks could have accommodated hundreds of sea-going vessels!
- There is evidence that Titicaca was once a saltwater sea. Its shoreline is littered with millions of fossilized seashells. The marine fishes and seahorses in the lake are all oceanic types found only in salt water.
The Brown ScumThis "Brown Scum" thing was taken from this article here. I still have no idea what "scum" is being talked about here. Is it possible we are dealing with a liquid mass of dirt.
- “I’m doing the dearest little serial for Pearson’s new magazine in which I completely wreck and sack Woking – killing my neighbours in painful and eccentric ways – then proceed via Kingston and Richmond to London, which I sack, selecting South Kensington for feats of peculiar atrocity,” wrote Goble to a friend in 1897.
KD: Basically this is it. Wanted to facilitate this discussion on whether our Mud Flood could be technologically induced.