Here are some more baffling questions:
Q. The world map is very intriguing. When we look at the map upside down, the landmasses look like they could have been together in one giant mass at the north pole and are now spreading out downwards, like when you put a thick frosting on top of a ball and it spreads and drips down. Was Pangea at the middle of the North Pole without the Arctic winters or was it a mass just anywhere in the middle of the Globe?
A. When I look at this, I get that all the continents clustered around the Asia area. I don't see it to the northern or southern area, but rather the central area, and spreading from there. I also see that the earth was smaller during that time, and as it grew, it aided in the breaking apart of the continents. I am also reminded that energy isn't created or destroyed, so when the earth absorbs the sun's energy, the earth has to expel it trough volcanic eruptions or store it, which causes the expansion at the belly of the equator (changing the face of earth to be more oblong versus circular).
Q. We all know about plate tectonics and even the direction each plate is moving. Do the land masses actually move or do they stay kind of stationary but the altitude changes as their surface rises and falls?
A. I wan't completely sure I understood the question.. But as I see it, the plates do move, some more than others. The Asia area feels like more of an anchor, but even it moves slightly. The butting of two plates can create a rise in altitude (like baby mountains being born which continue to grow as the plates press into each other). As plates pull apart, there can also be a little "sinking" on the edge or newly formed coastlines, but it doesn't look to be significant in Earth's history.
Q. Looking at a "two color" world map (blue being water and brown being land) it feels like the water encroaches and submerges any low areas it can find. That’s no brainer, but when you look closely at the map, some areas appear to speak volumes. For example, areas between Greenland and USA, much of Europe and England and the entire area between southern Indian tip to western Australia etc looks like it was once a huge solid land mass and slowly submerged leaving only the upper elevations as the land that we can see now (essentially creating islands).
A. I see a few things going on with regard to island formation. In some areas the islands were created because smaller land masses broke from a parent mass. For example, I see that is how many of the islands in the Greenland area came to be. If you can image (this is how I see it playing out in slow motion) a large plate being broken in half. One big mass stayed as Canada, another larger mass became Greenland, and all the shards turned into the smaller islands in between.
There can also be situations in which the water rises in some areas while receding in others. This looks due to some north pole shifting and fluctuations in the the earth wobble which alters the seas (and tides). As this happens new lands can be created (such as Shelly Island below) or submerged like Atlantis.
A. In many situations, just as how I described the islands off Greenland, there was one mass that broke into smaller ones versus a large mass that was buried. That type of development doesn't affect Pangea.
What does affect Pangea are the two MAIN masses of Atlantis and Lemuria that were not included. Pangea, even though it looks to be an accurate hypothesis, is not exactly correct. It's basically geologists best effort based on what they do know.
Q. This means big unpredictable changes in short time are possible..What other major land changes do you see occurring in the world in near and far future?
A. The biggest thing I see is the Mississippi River becoming more and more shallow. The southwestern portion of the United States also looks to become dryer (and struggle with droughts).
Q. Was Mariana Trench ever a dry land mountain chain on Earth?
A. I cannot see that the Mariana Trench was ever on dry land. It looks to always be filled with water.
Q. Will the Himalayas become even higher?
A. Yes, there feels to be a lot of potential energy building up in that area that releases in the form of plates pressing together and turning upward (like putting your hands flat, finger tip to finger tip, and pressing the tips together until they have no where to go but upward into a praying position). It looks to be a gradual and steady growth.
Q. Can/Will Yellowstone National Park volcano blow entire US away like the Atlantis?
A. Eventuallllly it will happen, but it looks to be much further into our timeline. I get on earth there is still work to be done (the creation of a 4D earth and ascension) before it will be allowed to happen. There are some intervening forces guiding and protecting that area.
Q. Was the big bang caused by a black hole suddenly expanding and releasing all of it's matter?
A. I see it more like a black hole vacuum taking everything in. So much was consumed that it created an implosion, which then created so much energy that it (the black hole) EXploded releasing all the matter and energy previously consumed. From there, that explosion aided in the process to create / form most everything..
Q. I know you say everything is connected to the Source. Is that true for our universe? Does our universe have a soul and when it dies, does it reincarnate into a new universe?
A. Everything either directly or indirectly connects back to Source. Source wasn't created from this, Source is The Source from which everything else came to be.
Our Universe is full of energy, has intelligence, and to some extend has a soul. It feels like a machine full of harmoniously working parts, and when something is off, it seeks a balance. The goal and life path of the Universe is balance. I cannot see where our Universe "dies" so it is difficult to see how or if it reincarnates.
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Love and light-
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