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For me....it's Expanding Earth vs Pangea.

The transition of expansion however would have periods when oceans over topped the majority separating continents.
Evidence for this during Dinosaur ages.

Mu was defined as 3 separate land masses with some small distance of sea between them.

This is possible in the spreading seafloor between the original first crust shell. ..as per the Neal Adam's tube.

The Seafloor is lifted up with oceans over topping continents.

Tiwanaku is suggested to have been at sea level with the Andes vaulted upwards by some event of massive energy effect.

I think this is possible.

Some opinion as to planets passing near Earth with Gravametric/Electric energy pulling on Earths continents.

The Strato Volcanoes from Washington State to the Andes indicate the conduits between them could be part of a superheating that mountain range and volcanic deformation occurs.

You have the expansion from below Dynamic,
Along with a pulling or shearing from Orbital proximity.

Returning to the Adam's expansion theory.
If entire separating first crust shell segments - sink lower than the sea level. ..
You get extinctions and forced migrations

Isolation also occurs...
Water may over top a continent leaving only the high elevations stranded like Islands.


Various Island chains in the Pacific are indeed Lava Tube fed as the Earth expanded.
There's a few Expanding Earth websites who prove this via Science.

Churchward noted that huge chambers of Natural Gas/Gases supported the Continet/land segments which comprised Mu.

Some 100s of Volcanoes are situated around the Ring of Fire in the Pacific.
It's considered that the gases holding up these beneath seafloor chambers,
The gases vented off via the Volcanoes. ..
Then Mu's 3 separate land masses each collapsed as the chambers gave way which could be from around 28,000 BC to final/end of Mu around the same time Atlantis went under.

It's possible the Earths crustal zone was more dynamic. ..not as rigid as today.
The weight of the First early shell crust of the Earth as per the Neal Adam's Expanding Earth tube,
These sank into the crust. ...with oceans over topping continents.

Mu is elevated on a bulge from the gas pressure.

One question to ask. ...is what external forces could heat Earths inner regions so that the
Crustal zones go fluidic ...with the Continents sinking into them via their weight?


Yellowstone and other Super Volcano is ya....Truly scary stuff.

The Ancient Deccan Traps to the Lava flows in Washington State.

The Earth has had the Microwave, Heat dial turned up big time... by Something**

Hypothetical. ..

If your on Earth and Nibiru cuts thru the Solar System,...except....on the opposite side of the Solar system,
You might just get rocked by earthquakes,

If Nibiru cuts thru the Solar system at the same time your on the same side,

The gravametric levels could be unstoppable. ..
It's an E.L.E event

Velikovsky suggested the solar system was dynamic with planet birthing and capture.

Jupiter/Saturn with all their moons trends that direction.

Even if my Favorite Saturn Theory is considered.
What forces could occur to Electricaly stress/upset Saturn? .....and your just tiny Earth and Mars,... Caught in the Electrical shorting**

Candidly. ...an being selfish,
Hope Earth Changes are just the Cayce rising world oceans.

Yellowstone to damn close...

I don't have a plane or helicopter : )



T Bird



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