Polar Axis Shift

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Polar Axis Shift - A change (prehistory) in the location of the north pole and south pole i.e. arctic and antarctic, as we have labelled these regions today, compared with a time before recorded history. Experts consider it a fringe theory and have so far found no evidence of a super-rapid shift.


11,500

Ptaah explains there was a super-rapid shift, that the polar regions at the time of Henoch (9308 BCE) were wondrous landscapes, filled with palms and other tropical vegetation, see Contact Report 039. An uninterrupted summer prevailed. This refers to north Americas west coast around where today’s Florida (as we have today called it), see Hyperborea, about 11,500 years ago.


Atlantis was according to the Plejaren destroyed about roughly 11,500 years ago, by an asteroid-weapon i.e. asteroid directed in a suicide mission toward Earth. It broke up but caused immense devastation, reset civilisation to some extent. Much of what remained was destroyed in the The Great Deluge by The Destoyer comet.

OM estimates that the (100 m thick) sea of mud created during the Atlantis cataclysm would have lasted for 20,000 times 2 months or some 3,333 years.[citation needed]

The slow retreat of the ice caps prevented a flooding of Europe and North America. “The damp tundra soil would have never been able to absorb the additional water and the excess would have covered the low lying regions, mixed with the sea water they would have become brackish. Neither NW Europe, nor North America could have become centers of civilizations – there would have been salt marshes and swamps breeding myriads of midges and flies.”[citation needed]

These events alone, or combined, shifted the polar axis coordinates to where they are today. This would only make sense if prior to this.

70,000

There was a planet between Earth and Mars which then moved to between Mars and Jupiter, now commonly called the asteroid belt, see Sol star system. The Plejaren call it Malona, they add an ‘a’ because in their language this means it’s no more.[citation needed] Previously called Malon,[citation needed] which may have some association with the term Maldek, wherever that word originated from.[citation needed] This cosmic event may have had an influence in terms of positioning of Earth’s Polar Axis about roughly 70,000 years or so.[citation needed]


Other information

Mt Everest is not the highest mountain on Earth. Plejaren explain it’s Mt Chimborazo in Ecuador, see FIGU Bulletin 042


Additional explanations

Polar
Refers to a geographical pole, in this case on the surface of a rotating planet and can be either of two points. There is a north geographical pole of a body / planet, which is 90 degrees north of the equator. There is a south geographical pole which lies 90 degrees south of the equator, where ever the equator may be. The labels north and south are purely man-made orientation descriptions.

Axis
Refers to the place where the axis of rotation meets the surface of the planet.

Shift
Refers to a change to the position of these locations and can mean a sudden change (years) or a gradual change (thousands of years). It can refer to natural changes (cosmic influences) and unnatural changes (man-made influences).


Pole shift hypothesis
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pole_shift_hypothesis

The cataclysmic pole shift fringe theory suggests that there have been geologically rapid shifts in the relative positions of the modern-day geographic locations of the poles and the axis of rotation of the Earth, creating calamities such as floods and tectonic events.

There is evidence of precession and changes in axial tilt, but this change is on much longer time-scales and does not involve relative motion of the spin axis with respect to the planet. However, in what is known as true polar wander, the solid Earth can rotate with respect to a fixed spin axis. Research shows that during the last 200 million years a total true polar wander of some 30° has occurred, but that no super-rapid shifts in the Earth's pole were found during this period. A characteristic rate of true polar wander is 1° or less per million years. Between approximately 790 and 810 million years ago, when the supercontinent Rodinia existed, two geologically rapid phases of true polar wander may have occurred. In each of these, the magnetic poles of the Earth shifted by approximately 55°.

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References

There are many references in the text itself, link pages. The Contact Reports and Books has all the original information.