Earth Crust Shifts Animation

Animation of a Shifting Geographic Pole

It is for many people hard to imagine that a geographic pole, that is to say the crust, can shift and deform. Mainstream science says it is impossible. They say there is no evidence. It apparently isn’t impossible and the evidence is all over the place but hasn’t been properly recognized and interpreted as such.

Science interprets it as ‘ice ages’ or better glaciation cycles as something which is caused by variation in CO2, while glaciation cycles were crustal deformations; the proof is in the numbers. Most new scientific discoveries are done by using the power of mathematics, and not just by digging somewhere in the ground or proposing wild ideas with some evidence. This animation gives an indication of the involved ancient structures spread around the world which are used to find and to prove the locations of these ancient poles. The mathematics behind it is very powerful and precise.

The Older a Pole, the Higher the Uncertainties

Note that the older a pole becomes, the harder it is to prove, which has a few reasons:
  1. the older a pole the older the structures. The older the structures the less is left from them.
  2. the older a pole, the more shifts the crust had to endure. The orientation of the ancient structures became less accurate which you can see in the growing red dot.
  3. the larger a mathematical node (the red dot) becomes the more structures you need to prove that pole, but these structures are very hard to find.

These are the main reasons why the probabilities of the four former geographic poles decreases. What is clear and even stunning is the consistency of the found mathematical patterns. All proof and evidence is pointing in the same direction, to an inevitable conclusion. Crustal shift in the latitudinal direction are real, and they relate to glaciation cycles. Ancient structures, hence our ancestors, are showing us the way.

The locations where Humanity simultaneously appeared to have developed:

  • China,
  • the region of Iraq, Iran and Syria (Sumer),
  • the region of Northwest Africa (Marocco, Western Sahara)
  • Peru,
  • Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize.
Fig. 1: Earth Crust Displacements over the last 350,000 years. The crust has shifted four times (five poles) in the latitudinal direction. Over 535 ancient structures, from pyramids and temples, to ancient ruins are used to locate the former poles and to prove the shifting crust. You might now understand why Greenland is covered in ice, and why it is melting. You now might also understand why ancient civilizations were lost multiple times, how the myths of the deluges came about. | © Buildreps 2015-2017.

Probabilities of these Pole Positions

The positions of these poles are not just some lines drawn to a few points, they are the result of extensive calculations and powerful mathematics. The ancient structures are independently spread from one another. The method says the following about the orientation of a building; it can be uniquely positioned within 90 degrees in regard to the current geographic pole, 45 degrees Eastward and 45 degrees Westward.

When we mass process the data we find massive nodes in a vertical line over Greenland. The probabilities of these nodes to be formed coincidental are*:

  • Pole I (0-26 ka): 1 to 1 to 1.79×1021;
  • Pole II (130-155 ka): 1 to 2.98×1016;
  • Pole III (210-225 ka): 1 to 9.51×1010;
  • Pole IV (240-270ka): 1 to 1.36×108;
  • Pole V (335-360ka): 1 to 22,423.

That means we can be very certain, between 99.996% up to 100%, that these poles (the red dots) are:

  • correctly positioned;
  • of the correct size.

The same counts for the age of the geographic poles. The magnitude of the shifts correspond so accurate to the temperature jumps of the glaciations graphs that we can claim a correct time frame with 99.99987% certainty.

You can draw your own conclusions what that means. Mathematics, as the Queen of Science, shows us the way.

*latest data February 2018.


© 2017 by Mario Buildreps

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