Journey to the Centre of the Earth

The Argyle open-pit diamond mine, located in the Kimberley region in the far northeast of Western Australia, is the world’s largest single producer of diamonds. Credit: Hayley Anderson


June 13, 2016

Diamonds aren’t forever?

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Earthquakes and Volcanoes routinely emit flashing, transparent and colourful plasmoids emerging like giant bubbles out of the ground! These chaotic electromagnetic formations come in many shapes and colours and can travel at supersonic speed whilst seamlessly passing through or, alternatively, boring through obstructions. Plasmoids wreak fire and destruction and, according to Egan Bach, they have burnt down cities and tunnelled through mountains.

In great fear the ancients called these ground emerging destroyers “Gorgons”. The Greek historian, Hesiod, highlights their power to petrify. It would seem that the Gorgons may have been active in Australian Aboriginal mythology. Verbal records and dance traditions recorded these demonic plasmoids at many sites and in various forms. Their “Rainbow Serpent” was responsible for carving river systems (Lichtenberg scars) on the face of the Earth and even held responsible for building mountains and forming lakes. Fantasy you may ask?

I was fascinated to talk to Louis Hissink, a former diamond geologist with DeBeers. He enlightened me on his escape from the confines of classical geological theory. The epiphany came when confronted with Aboriginal mythology that explained recent diamond formation in the Australian Kimberley.

Louis was expanding exploration from the famous Argyle mines to the alluvial planes near Kununurra, some 150 kilometres away. Alluvial diamonds were found but the source was yet to be isolated. A magnetic anomaly pointed to a concentration point. Whilst obtaining local approval from the Gidja and Mirriwong tribes, a fascinating local legend came to light. The verbal Australian Aboriginal legend stated that a giant Barramundi (fish) had jumped out of the ground at Argyle. The magnetic anomaly site at distant Kununurra was where, the Aboriginals insisted, it dived back into the Earth. Both sites were rich in diamonds around their deep “diamond pipes”. Was the Barramundi legend nonsense or had these people witnessed, perhaps, a giant plasmoid causing transmutation of elements and the creation of diamonds on a grand scale?

Regardless Louis Hissink started to question the crusted paradigms of modern geology, which, as its backbone, maintains that millions of years are required to change the topography of the Earth. Hutton and Lyle’s classical theories maintain that slow, erosional decay and gentle chemical change is the steady tool of Earth’s geological dynamics. This theory of uniformity maintains nothing has happened on Earth that is not witnessed today. If these paradigms are correct, how could historical Aborigines witness an event supposedly millions of years old?

We can possibly mimic the leaping Barramundi legend of the Australian Aborigine by observing NASA’s images of the sun whilst it exudes an electromagnetic discharge and re-entry. On July 19, 2012 an eruption occurred on the sun. A moderately powerful solar flare exploded on the sun’s lower right hand limb, sending out light and radiation. Next came a CME (Coronal Mass Ejection), which shot off to the right out into space. And then, the sun treated viewers to one of its dazzling magnetic displays, a phenomenon known as coronal rain (see the included film).

Further Aboriginal mythology in many other areas of Australia mention such phenomena as the ”Rainbow Serpent” in the creation of geological formations such as river etching, mountain building and gorge cutting. But could these very same processes create diamonds?

Plasmoid research in cold fusion suggests that this might be replicated. In laboratory experiments, with various electrodes immersed in differing solutions, we can witness “cold fusion”. This creates new elements around damaged parts of the electrode. The electrical current flow also forces mini plasmoids to emerge from these very electrodes. Some, quite curiously, look totally like comets with their tails and angled coloured sub-jet. Claims by Wal Thornhill that electrical phenomena are scalable gives us pause to think. The emerging plasmoids then leap and wander across sensitive gel plates. Work from Matsumoto and others show how they crater and form tracking lines. In fact they perform exactly as the legend told to me by Aboriginal elder Murray Butcher. He tells the story, of the Willi Wagtail bird, that leapt and darted along rivers boring water holes. He insists these are geological facts not fiction.

Large plasmoids from volcanoes and earthquakes (more electro-magnetic phenomena) have been shown to sculpt the Earth as they bore and tunnel at great velocities. They often convert to the tightly related tornado. Even tsunamis are produced when giant plasmoids explode. But the plasmoids ability to create new elements, whilst emitting light, is an area still at a pioneering stage of our understanding.

The study of the Carolina Bays system by Berkeley Nuclear Physicist Rick Firestone, stimulates further speculation on the production of Diamonds. The Carolina Bays and beyond is a vast system of shallow elliptical depressions whose origin is highly debat able. Some claim meteorite storms, however their shallowness and total lack of debris precludes this. Others speculate wind born dramas from past eras. However plasmoids could be involved in the Bays production.

Importantly, it should be noted, the Carolina Bays accompany and bank along Lichtenberg river systems (see film). Electric Universe theory suspects Lichtenberg river systems are ancient electromagnetic discharge lines along, and I suspect, beneath the Earth’s surface. Could these discharge lines produce multiple exploding plasmoids? This is speculation. However, similar scenarios exist along the Murray River system in Australia, the Beaufort Sea coast of Alaska and the Deccan Traps in Siberia.

Richard Firestone discovered, that without fail, these depressions contained large concentrations of Nano diamonds and other exclusive chemical signatures: iridium, helium 3, fullerenes (Bucky Balls), carbon glass, hollow spherules and magnetic particles. Could an electrical discharge and or emerging plasmoid instability possibly create these diamonds? Perhaps another interesting collusion, in this consideration of related phenomena, comes from the Calabrian earthquakes of the 16th century. The earthquake formed perfectly round shallow holes some 30 feet in diameter. These are graphically recorded in sketches from that time. These mimic, on a smaller scale, the Carolina Bays scenario, but with a definitive cause. This association with the now understood connection between earthquakes and electromagnetic phenomena is interesting. Are these but smaller replications of a previous much less destructive era? Louis Hissink is correct: “Some of the cherished theories we hold may be quite wrong.”

Peter Mungo Jupp

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