Much of the damage i see in the field is on the South facing sides of mountains. I've been in the northern hemisphere. It might be different below the equator.
The predominant global wind pattern in the northern hemisphere is the zone of the westerlies. The Coriolis effect due to Earth's rotation causes winds to move counterclockwise around regions of low pressure, therefore all wind affected areas will display erosive and or depositional consequences predominantly from the south. In an electrically driven event, the earth's rotation and resulting Coriolis winds would likely produce the same south side effects, n'est-ce pas
Thanks for the information Webo. There is a wild card with this scenario though. According to the witnesses, the Sun rose in the East prior to the events associated with Venus. Then after a period of time during or after the plague of darkness, the Sun rose in the West. It's possible the reported extreme West winds at the beginning of the Plague of Darkness were due to the Earth slowing down, while the atmosphere continued moving easterly. When the Hebrews reached the Red Sea, the winds shifted to easterlies. This might have been due to the Earth beginning to rotate in the opposite direction.
This reversal of motion would release the waters pilled up at the equator. Of course the equatorial bulge is 26.5 miles. That means 13.25 miles of water would rush poleward. That might explain the extended flooding i see in the North. Once the waters moved poleward, it might have taken some time for the Earth to get back up to speed. And the waters might have needed time to be concentrated at the equator again.
My point is that the Earth might not have been rotating during some of the events.
It stands to reason that there was another reversal, providing beautiful sunrises in the East today. This doesn't rule out the Coriolis effect being a factor. I'm just pointing out how different things were during the encounters with Venus. You can't figure on the Earth to be rotating in the way we're accustomed to.
The damage i see in the mountains, burning and melting, especially the South facing sides, must have happened after the growth period. When there was no more dust and wind. This could be the end of the events associated with Moses/Moshe, or later during the time of Joshua, or even 700 years later during the time of Isaiah.
Thanks for your response Webo, michael