The Secret of the History of the Twin Planet Earth – Errol Hawkins, pg. 202-238
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The solar system displays all the symptoms of the disorder caused by a truly major intruder because most of the planets rotate west to east except Uranus, Venus and Pluto. This must be regarded as evidence that Uranus, Venus and Pluto must have been involved in a major catastrophic incidence enough to change their rotational axes.
Venus is upside down. The Earth was broken into two pieces resulting in the Earth-Moon twin planet system in inner space. The continents on Earth have been broken up and displaced. Mars is a fraction of its former self. Pluto and Charon will be found to have had a similar origin to the Earth and the Moon.
A missing planet is by far the greatest damage to the Solar System. The second most important damage to a planet is not even recognized for what it really is; that is the recent death of the planet Venus. The death of Mars appeared to have happened before the formation of the Earth-Moon system. The paradox is that the missing planet is not actually dead because the remnant of the missing planet is Earth.
The more astute reader would by now be asking why is it that the planet with the most turbulent history, with three catastrophic orbit displacements, is the only planet in the Solar System to have sustained life. Why not Venus? Venus was killed by passing too closely to Earth. The Earth only avoids the same fate as Venus for just one reason – the active surface caused by the moon prevented the Earth from overheating.
Is there any wonder that ancient man (the so-called “gods”), our ancestors, in their mental state of denial brought about the mass deaths and destructions of the previous World Ages could not bring themselves to admit that the Great Flood was caused by the Moon because in fact the Moon was the “great saviour of the Earth.” And also at the same time the Moon is the bringer of death and destruction to three of the previous World Ages.
The most probable reason that the most unlikely and unstable planet sustains and clings on to life is because the “Giant Impact” left the Earth’s atmosphere oxygen rich and the active surface protects the planet. More than any other planet in the Solar System, the surface of the Earth is the most difficult to destroy by being overheated if the Earth is passed too closely by another planetary body. The Earth’s ocean would invade the continents, the crust would be retarded, the slip zone would act as a flexible zone (a shock absorber); the increased heat would be largely confined to the slip zone (the asthenesphere).
It is impossible for two planets to collide in a side impact. Because of the direction in which most of the planets rotate (west to east) much can be deduced from the formation of Pangaea. After the Giant Impact, in every case other than a head on impact, the fragments would travel in the same general direction of the faster moving impacting agent, which by definition is the smaller body. This is because gravity would cause the smaller body to accelerate faster towards the larger planet.
If the impact on the Earth was from the direction in which the Earth was heading (a head on impact), this would have sent the Earth in a direction not consistent with its the anti-clockwise orbit and retrograde rotation (an upside down Earth). This is till consistent with the directional formation of Pangaea and the Earth’s west to east rotation.
The formation of Pangaea was critical to the direction of the Earth’s rotation. In this case the South Pole was the “up Pole”; it became the leading Pole after the formation of Pangaea, and the “down Pole” at the end of the ice age. After the impact the Earth was upside down.
Effectively this brought an end to the first state of Earth’s pre-history. Not much is known about this first phase of Earth’s history except that the Planet was called Tiamat (a God/planet) according to the ancient Sumerians. The name was changed to Ki, the Sumerian word for Earth. Two catastrophic events of continental relocation and a displacement of its orbit were followed by a Great Flood. Then sometime later its name was changed to Atlas (a God/planet). What can be deduced was that Tiamat was less dense than the Earth and almost completely surrounded by water and was without a Twin.
The ancient Sumerian text stated that the Earth is the remnant of a collision between the planet Tiamat and one of the moons of a planet the Sumerians called Nibiru. Earth’s Moon (planet Lunar), it is said was a satellite of the planet Tiamat called Kingu. Kingu was pulled along with the remains of Tiamat (Earth) after the impact. Simply because there was a Giant Impact of a planet in the Solar System it would presuppose the existence of such a planetary body as Nibiru passing through the Solar System.
The proposed Giant Impact on the Earth has been modeled with the aid of a computer; when the modeled impact produced many moons, the hypothesis was altered until it produced just one moon. This is because only one moon still exists at present.
If there were a second large moon or more after the impact, the large moons or minor planets would be expelled. While it is possible for a twin planet system to exist, a triple planet system can only exist for a limited amount of orbit revolutions before one of the bodies must be expelled until only two remain.
A retrograde solar system planet is nearly impossible unless this planet has a hyperbolic orbit like a comet but critically, unlike a comet, this planet’s path must be flat conforming to the elliptical plane; otherwise the collision would never have occurred because of the prevailing that moves in an anti clockwise direction. Every object with a pro-grade orbit is a solar system object or an object that was captured by the Sun when it was approaching the Sun. This approach was not in a straight linear path towards the Sun but on the side of the Sun in the same direction in which the Sun is rotating (a pro-grade orbit). The only collision possible in this case is from the rear.
If, however, the object was on the opposite side of the Sun approaching from the direction opposite to the Sun’s rotation, it will easily be identified as a non-Solar System object because of its retrograde orbit. A head-on collision would ultimately be inevitable; it would only be a matter of time. If the prospective head-on collision was at anything more or less than at 180 degrees from both directions, then the smaller planet will pass harmlessly behind the larger planet (Earth). If a near miss occurred, the intruding planet would eventually return because it was captured by the Sun in a hyperbolic orbit that would take it well beyond the outer solar system. This is more important because it will probably never be known how many near misses occurred before the final impact.
The size of the planet Mars is only about 20% of what it should be; this suggests that Mars lost most of its mass on two separate occasions. The first occasion would leave Mars rotating on its side because the prospective impacting planet must be moving along the ecliptic; a third disturbance of Mars must have been vertical. The third disturbance of Mars would cause to rotate upright again.
The original Earth was a planet at least three times the size of the Earth at present, larger than the original Mars. As all the planets increase in size farther away from the Sun, the size increase stops at the location of Jupiter’s orbit. The location before Jupiter, of the size of the original Earth (Tiamat) was appropriate for that location. The Asteroid Belt is the proposed orbital location of the impact. The Asteroid Belt is between the Gas Giant planet Jupiter and the (now) small rocky planet Mars.
There is evidence to suggest that the planet Tiamat was impacted and displaced on the third passage around the Sun by the intruding planet. The impact that produced the Moon was not its last.
It is therefore proposed that the intruding planet was a remnant of a Giant Mother Planet that disintegrated on its journey into the Sun’s environment; its fragmented body is now the planets in the Solar System.
The incidents of stars with orbiting planets are extremely rate; the vast majority of stars exist as single bodies.
There is still some hope for the discovery of the details regarding the intruder or the Planet of the Crossing into the Solar System. The intruder planet is the only candidate for the disturbance of Uranus. Just as Venus was passed by the Earth-Moon System leaving Venus rotating on its side, so too the intruding planet must have been massive enough to disturb the rotational axes of the giant planet Uranus. The Earth and the Twin Planet must be just a small fraction of what remains of two larger planets.
In the second phase of the Earth’s prehistory, now with a Twin Planet, the formation of Pangaea represents a second stage of its history and was a direct result of having an over-sized satellite. The second stage of Earth’s history was the Earth with a satellite planet and the South Pole facing the Sun. Then the axes changed again at the end of the ice ate, this Pole became the South Pole, the “down” pole. The formation of Pangaea is pivotal to the confirmation of the direction of Earth’s rotation and the direction in which the Earth was traveling. The northern and southern peninsula of Pangaea was pulled to the east as dictated by the Earth’s rotation.
The available evidence suggests a vertical path for the Earth-Moon System after the impact. Pangaea was formed during the inward passage towards the Sun. Because Pangaea was formed on the Equator, the Pole that moved onto Pangaea became the South Pole; fortunately the rotational Pole was never in the center of Pangaea. The palaeomagnetic evidence shows conclusively that it was the up Pole that moved onto Pangaea because the path to the pole is seen to move from central Pangaea from the South.
The Season-less Orbit was divided into two different stages:
The first period of the Pangaea age was an orbit that cuts across the orbit of Venus at a steep angle. The gravitational influence of the tide of the fast moving inner planets would ultimately change the angle of the Earth’s orbit inclination. The South Pole would always face the Sun as the satellite Twin Planet was subjected to a greater gravitational pull, and so forced the Earth’s Pole to remain in one direction. The crossing of these three planets (the Earth-Moon system and Venus) orbital paths was the safer option for the Earth, as the crossing point (junction) was not always occupied by the planet Venus.
After the Great Impact, the only method by which the Earth-Moon System could survive the inward journey caused by the pull of the Sun’s gravity was if the Earth-Moon System went in a vertical direction. This is similar to the other twin planet’s system – Pluto and Charon cutting across Neptune’s orbit; instead the Earth cuts across the orbit of Venus.
This was a long and safe period of the Season-Less Orbit but it was not going to last. When the Earth-Twin was at the aphelion (far away from the Sun) in an oval shaped orbit, the inward journey would cause Earth to “follow” the path of Venus from high above the ecliptic. After many orbit revolutions and the slight “following” of the other planets, the result was the gradual flattening of the Earth’s orbital. When the orbit was flattened to conform closer to the ecliptic the Earth entered a dangerous period. It was almost impossible for the two planets to collide in a side impact in a crossing orbit unless the planets are of equal mass and traveling at the same velocity. The smaller of the two planets will always accelerate faster to the location where the larger planet was, By the time the smaller planet arrives at that location where the larger planet was, the larger planet would have moved on. The smaller planet is then traveling too fast to change its orbit.
This is the second period of the Season-Less Orbit: The second orbit was a hot period of Earth’s prehistory. The Earth now orbits 17 degrees to the ecliptic; the deduction of this orbital path now becomes self-evident because the rotational axes of Venus is 17 degrees from the horizontal (coincidentally, this is the same orbital inclination of the other twin planets Pluto and Charon).
Two bouts of continental drift happened only when the Earth’s orbit was flattened to comply with the ecliptic caused by the unidirectional influences prevailing surrounding the Sun, which is a pro-grade tide. This tide is due to the Sun’s rotation. The Earth-Moon System was forced into a pro-grade direction by this tide which caused the gravity of the other closely orbiting planets. This caused a crowded orbit location of the inner space with the four planets including the Moon, which had a gravity link with the Earth; this effectively brought the Earth’s first orbit after the Great Impact to an end.
This crowded orbit caused the Moon to be pulled farther away from the Earth only to be pulled back by Earth’s gravity causing the Moon to accelerate back towards the Earth causing displacement of the Earth’s land masses. There was always going to be a danger to the planets in that crowded location in inner space. After a limited amount of orbital revolutions by the faster moving inner planets, there was a final planetary encounter with the “misplaced Earth”. This time there was a difference as the Earth was further displaced by gravity acceleration. This was the end of the short-lived Second Orbit. The Earth was expelled from an orbit near Venus and into its present orbit. The Moon would then be pulled back accelerating past the Earth devastating the southern continent; the second bout of continental drift happened immediately after the double acceleration before the Earth entered into the new orbit location (its present orbit).
The Pass Over
If Earth was twice accelerated to attain escape velocity from the Second Orbit, the Moon would be pulled farther away from the Earth; that would cause the Moon to be pulled back, accelerating all the time until the Moon went past the Earth. This passage of the Moon close to the Earth is the cause of the second continental drift during the Exodus. There were only two bouts of continental drift. If the Earth passed too close to another planet, the Moon would be disturbed; if the Moon is disturbed, that would result in crustal displacement on Earth. The two bouts of continental drift are remembered as the religious feast of the “Pass Over.” This was the only “Pass Over” with the most disastrous consequences for Mankind; its true meaning has been completely forgotten.
The strong gravitational pull from the Sun was reduced; this allowed the Moon to significantly alter its path around the Earth. This time the Earth-Moon relationship changed from the previous formation. The Moon would go past the Earth and into a wider orbit. The location in space was different from the first two periods of continental drift which took place during the Second Orbit. The Earth was farther away from the Sun in a cooler orbit. The Earth was almost in the present when the second movement of the continent occurred. The dividing of the southern land mass took place during the Exodus. Then the Moon continued to recede exactly like at present; but unlike the present, that was just a single pulse of acceleration. When the ‘energy’ caused by the acceleration was spent, then the Moon began to be pulled in gradually, and so eventually causing the last recorded flood. In the Moon’s present orbit the Moon can no longer be subjected to orbit perturbation.
Between the movements of the continents (the entire duration of the Second Orbit) Gundwanaland, the southern continent was placed close to the South Pole.
The pull of gravity on Earth was the combined gravity of the close Moon, Venus and the Sun. The ocean naturally invaded the southern coast of Gundwanaland because of the pull of gravity from the Sun; because of the wobble, the water moved in a circle.
The pull of gravity on Earth was the combined gravity of the close Moon, Venus and the Sun.
The Moon perturbed by Venus caught up with the Earth; this was a near miss; the southern continent was locked by the Moon’s gravity; as the Earth rotated the southern continent spiraled and was broken up; part of the southern continent was carried north smashing into the dead continent (Asia). This is the forgotten flood; this is also the flood that is often confused with the Great Flood.
The expulsion of the Earth from the Second appeared in the form of a flood. The ocean covered the entire southern region of Gundwanaland. while the rotation of the Earth did not cause the flood to migrate globally. Venus was pulled along in the same general direction of the fast moving Earth traveling at escape velocity.
The most favorable location for survival (30 degrees South) was displaced to the North; that is, civilization was transported to the Near East by the moving continent. A long and thin North Africa was the moving continent; the other 80% of Africa was the ocean floor. The stars were visible for the first time everywhere on Earth. That Sun that once remained still overhead seemed to wander from its usual position as the Pole Star. The Ancients described this as “when the sky fell” and for the first time there was a 24 hour day-night cycle. The faint image of the Moon in daylight skies has changed into a bright but distant planet lighting up the night. The Moon would be seen from the Earth as orbiting in a different direction; this time going from South to North in a serpent like manner.
The Earth used to wobble with the Moon orbiting vertically (when viewed from space along the ecliptic); now the Moon’s orbit was flat along the ecliptic. The Earth’s South Pole is no longer fixed, held captive by the Sun.
The new Earth orbit did not bring about the beginning of the end of the ice age, the one and only ice age. While it does appear logical that the ice age was terminal in the third orbit, it was going to be extremely slow, if it was terminal. The initial causal mechanism for the ice age was done, but the means to maintain the ice age still remained. The initial causal mechanism; the Earth was orbiting and rotating similar to Venus; the only difference was that the Earth rotated faster than Venus and was tumbling. This means that a given location on the ice cap did not move through 12 hours of strong sunlight every in the day-summer; the path was curved into a higher latitude.
The abrupt ending of the ice age was because the Earth’s rotational axes became upright to 23.5 degrees off vertical resulting in sunlight reaching the surface of the Northern and Southern Hemispheres on Earth every single day throughout the year for the first time in Earth’s history. The Earth’s Third Orbit started about 11,500 years ago; the end of the ice age was about 7,000 years ago.
The main function of the Twin Planet during the First and Second Orbits was that it prevented the Earth from having seasons; this was achieved by its motion around the Earth in a 3-way gravity relationship. This caused the Moon to move around the Earth somewhat like an “atom around a molecule” – mainly above the E1quator but never Pole to Pole. When this three-way gravity relationship no longer existed, a new two-way gravity relationship caused a predictable and unavoidable outcome; the Moon was pulled closer to Earth.
The Earth’s rotational exes changed – the end of the Ice Age
The birth of Pangaea was the distortion of the shape of the Earth. Pangaea was then pulled onto the South Pole. The Sun’s gravity was pulling exclusively on the Earth’s Southern Polar region (hence an egg shaped Earth) while the Earth rotated with the weighted Equatorial Bulge. The Southern Polar Bulge and the Equatorial region were the two weighted areas on the Earth. It was the Moon and the Sun’s gravity combined that caused the Earth to rotate on its side, which in turn created the weighted Southern Bulge. The Sun’s gravity enhanced and maintained the Southern Bulge; and it is the Earth’s rotation that caused the Equatorial Bulge. The Earth’s Equatorial Bulge was generated 90 degrees to the rotational axes as it must.
Venus, Uranus and Pluto are three planets that rotate on their sides. The planet Venus and Uranus’s Equatorial Bulge is generated 90 degrees to its rotational axes. The centrifugal force (weight) stabilized the planets in the way so their axes are oriented permanently. It was impossible for the Sun’s gravity not to pull on the weighted South Pole of the Earth as the Equatorial weight would have kept the Earth permanently on its side like Venus and Uranus.
For the Earth’s rotational axes to change requires an external gravity attraction to overcome the stabilizing effect of the Earth’s weighted and fast moving Equatorial Bulge and to exceed the force of gravity from the Sun. For the Earth’s southern mass to escape the pull of the Sun’s gravity, the Earth needs to be farther away from the Sun.
There is nothing in the Solar System to rival the Sun’s gravitational pull. The gravity tug-of-war on the Moon was the Cause of the Season-Less Orbit (the ice age). The extreme non-variable pull of the Sun’s gravity on the Moon was the cause of the Season-Less Orbit. The rotational axes of the Earth could not possible have changed if the pull of the gravity from the Sun was still holding the Moon to the same extent which caused the Earth to be held and rotate within the Moon’s vertical orbital path. For this reason there is an unavoidable conclusion that we are forced to reach. The Earth is now farther away from the Sun and in a different orbit. There is only one method by which a force of gravity could rival that of the Sun and that is by being unusually close to the Earth.
The movement of the Earth was liberated; now there was a new major external gravity attraction on the liberated Earth; there is only one candidate, the Moon. The Moon exerts more gravitational effect on the Earth than the giant planet Jupiter; this is because the Moon is the Earth’s only neighbor.