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In the last article we discussed Dr. Harold Aspden’s cubic space domain structure.  We saw that stars have a cubic space domain surrounding each one on the order of 500-light year diameters.

Dr. Aspden writes, “Such domains have bearing on geological events such as geomagnetic field reversals occurring as the solar system transits through boundaries separating adjacent space domains.”

 

He also wrote, “The ‘Eureka’ cry is warranted because, not only does the historical pattern of geomagnetic field reversals tell us that there is a cubic pattern in space dividing domain region of interchanged charge polarities as between electrons and protons and aether continuum and quons, but the cubic pattern also gives a measure of the dimensions of those energetic domains, and the latter matches what we have deduced from the dynamics of the sun’s creation.”

We took a look at his magnetic pole reversal data and saw there is a reversal period of 700,000 years.  Aspden noted that “the Earth would cross the domain boundaries at different angles of incidence with a four-fold periodicity per galactic cycle.”

 

It was also noted that there has been mass species change during times of reversal.

 

Please note geomagnetic reversals are accepted by mainstream scientists.  Wikipedia states that there have been 183 reversals over the last 83 million years, however, mainstream scientists are unable to agree on, or even discover, the reasons behind these pole shifts.

“Regardless of what caused the shift, the poles would be relocated and climates everywhere would change dramatically.  Lands of ice would melt and cause incredible floods.  The new poles would freeze over, with the intense cold instantly killing life.  Deserts would gain moisture; rainforests would dry up.  Flora and fauna would need to adapt to the new conditions or become extinct.

If all the regions of our planet previously had different climates, and the transition had been violent, then we would expect some evidence to have been found.”1

 

Such evidence includes:

 

  1. Frozen Muck in Alaska

Muck consists of thick deposits of frozen soil, boulder, plant and animal parts.

Professor Frank C. Hibben of the University of New Mexico describes them as follows: “In many places, Alaskan muck is packed with animal bones and debris in trainload lots.  Bones of mammoths, mastodons, several kinds of bison, horses, wolves, bears and lions tell a story of a faunal population. Within this frozen mass lie the twisted parts of animals and trees intermingled with lenses of ice and layers of peat and mosses.  It looks as though in the midst of some cataclysmic catastrophe of ten thousand years ago the whole Alaskan world of living animals and plants was suddenly frozen in mid-motion like a grim charade. Twisted and torn trees are piled in splintered masses . At least four considerable layers of volcanic ash may be traced in these deposits, although they are extremely warped and distorted.”

 

 

  1. Rancho La Brea tar pits in Los Angeles

There are over 565 species of animals found in these tar pits.  There were so many bones found – “almost more bones than tar.”  These animals could not have just got stuck in the tar and waited to die.

“They are broken, mashed, contorted and mixed in a most heterogeneous mass just like the muck in Alaska.”

These species also contain 100,000 bird specimens from 138 different species of birds, among these 97,000 were non-carnivorous.  This means they were not feeding upon the stuck animals and then got stuck themselves.  There were also found three species of fish.

It certainly appears these were all wiped out in some sort of catastrophe.

 

 

  1. Frozen Mammoths in Siberia

Over a half a million tons of mammoth tusks were buried along Siberia’s Arctic coastline.  This is about 5 million mammoths.  Several dozen were found with flesh still intact and undigested vegetation in their stomachs.  This vegetation included grass, bluebells, wild beans and buttercups – summertime vegetation.  These mammoths died suddenly of asphyxiation.

Bones of tigers, rhinoceroses and antelope were found alongside the mammoths.

All froze days within dying.  The shift was a sudden one.

 

 

  1. Bone Caves

All around the world exist caves full of mixed bones that include animals that do not normally belong together.

One cave in England contains bones of hippos, rhinos, mammoths, bison, hyena and others.  Another cave in England contains bones of mammoths, rhinos, bears, lions and reindeer.

In China a cave contained bones of the porcupine, tiger, woolly rhino, camel, elephant, baboon, ostrich and tortoise.

In Sicily caves were found with bones of the hippo, hyena, lion, Megatherium, rabbits, bears and elephants.

It appears these bodies were dismembered by a cataclysm then washed into caves by a great flood.

Bone Caves in Scotland

 

  1. Arctic Coral and Water Lilies

On Svalbard Island, 11 degrees from the North Pole, there are fossilized plants of pines, firs, elms, swamp-cypress and water lilies.  These cannot grow anywhere without regular sunlight.  Currently on the island there is no sunlight for almost six months a year.

There are also reef corals that have been found deep within the Arctic Circle.  Coral requires a minimum temperature of 64° F to grow.

In Antarctica coal beds were found within 200 mils of the South Pole.  Fossils of tree ferns were also found as well as the footprint of a ‘mammal-like reptile”.

100 million year old leaf near Longyearbreen, Svalbard.  Credit: Anders Lanzen

 

  1. Recent Extinction of Large Quadrupeds

In North America at least 40 million animals died at the end of the last ice age (12,000 years ago).

J.E. Guilday writes in 1967, “True extinction (end of a phyletic lineage without phyletic replacement) has occurred throughout the history of life on earth.  Among the terrestrial vertebrates, the fossil evidence suggests two striking episodes of extinction: one at the Mesozoic-tertiary transition saw the extinction of the last dinosaurs, the other at the Pleistocene-recent transition saw the sudden dramatic disappearance of large mammals in most but not all parts of the world.

We will now elaborate on these mass species changes and tie them back into the geometry of the solar system and galaxy at the end of the article.

 

 

Geometric Galactic Energy Fields & Extinction Cycles

 

Dr. David M. Raup (1933-2015) and Dr. J. John Sepkoski (1948-1999)

Raup and Sepkoski were University of Chicago paleontologists who assembled the largest collection of marine fossils ever accomplished comprising 3,600 genera of ocean life.2

They published an article in 1982 in Science describing four mass extinctions they’d found in the fossil record and a fifth less significant one.

They found patterns appearing that shouldn’t have been there.

They found new species spontaneously appearing in short bursts in the fossil record – in a repeating cycle of approximately 26 million years.

This pattern extended back some 250 million years out of a total of 542 million years.

 

This figure shows the genus extinction intensity, i.e. the fraction of genera that are present in each interval of time but do not exist in the following interval. The data itself is taken from Rohde & Muller (2005, Supplementary Material), and are based on the Sepkoski’s Compendium of Marine Fossil Animal Genera (2002).

 

 

Dr. Richard Muller (1944-present) and Dr. Robert Rohde

UC Berkeley physics professor Muller and physicist Rohde “published a letter to Nature on the topic of mass extinctions throughout history.  They found that such extinctions occur surprisingly regularly, about every 62 million years.”3

This means that about every 62 million years all life on earth went through a relatively spontaneous upgrade – transforming the existing species into newer, more evolved forms.4

This pattern goes back 542 million years.

Note that dinosaurs died out about 65 million years ago.

 

 

It is interesting that these scientists claim to not know the mechanism that allows for such regularity in mass extinctions.

Muller states, “We’ve tried everything we can think of to find an explanation for these weird cycles of biodiversity and extinction, and so far, we’ve failed…We’re getting frustrated and we need help.  All I can say is that we’re confident the cycles exist, and I cannot come up with any possible explanation that won’t turn out to be fascinating.  There’s something going on in the fossil record, and we just don’t know what it is.”5

The explanation they are missing is simple: Geometry.

 

Before we go into the geometry, we will mention the solar systems cycle through the galactic plane.

Researcher David Wilcock states, “As it turns out, astronomers have discovered that our solar system travels in a long, see-sawing wave-like motion, continually moving above and below the galactic plane as it goes along.  One complete cycle of up-and-down movement takes approximately 64 million years – suspiciously close to the 62-million year cycle discovered by Muller and Rohde. Obviously, such long-range astronomical calculations could be slightly incorrect, and the real figure for the galactic see-saw could actually be 62 million years.”

 

“Researchers at the Cardiff Centre of Astrobiology have built a computer model of the Solar System’s journey around the Milky Way.  Instead of making a perfectly flat orbit around the galaxy’s center, it actually bounces up and down.  At times it can rise right up out of the galactic plane – getting 100 light years above – and then dip down below it.  They calculated that we pass through the plane every 35 to 40 million years.

This time period seems to match dangerous periods of impacts on Earth.  According to the number and age of craters on Earth, we seem to suffer increased impacts every 36 million years.  In fact, one of these high points of comet activity would have been 65 million years – the same time that an asteroid strike wiped out the dinosaurs.”6

 

“’Our solar system has a shock wave around it, and it produces a good quantity of the cosmic rays that hit the Earth.  Why shouldn’t the galaxy have a shock wave too?’ Ardian Melott said.  “The galactic bow shock is only present on the north side of the Milky Way’s galactic plane, because that is the side facing the Virgo Cluster as it moves through space, and it would cause superheated gas and cosmic rays to stream behind it, the researchers say.  Normally, our galaxy’s magnetic field shields our solar system from this ‘galactic wind.’ But every 64 million years, the solar system’s cyclical travels take it above the galactic plane.”7

 

Further in the article they propose that cosmic forces control life on Earth.

“If future studies confirm the galaxy-biodiversity link, it would force scientists to broaden their ideas about what can influence life on Earth.  ‘Maybe it’s not just the climate and the tectonic events on Earth,’ Lieberman said.  ‘Maybe we have to start thinking more about the extraterrestrial environment as well.”8

 

 

Four-Fold Galactic Cycle

We will now return to the work of Dr. Harold Aspden for a moment.

Aspden states, “There would be a four-fold periodicity of gravitational upset in the galactic cycle, given the space domain picture.”9

Aspden then draws attention to one of Steiner’s papers [Geology, pg 89, 1973] in which he writes:

“If Phanerozoic geological history incorporates any periodicities, they are of the order of 60 or perhaps 70- million years…The galactic periodicity of the solar system is, however, approximately 274 million years, representing the length of the cosmic year, or one revolution around the galactic center.”

 

Note that the current accepted “Galactic Year” is 250 million years.

Dr. Aspden sees “this as a message which says that space itself has a cubic structure and has in mind a circular orbit traversed by the solar system which cuts across space domain boundaries almost tangentially four times per revolution and so results in tremendous gravitational upheavals on Earth.

A crossing normal to the space domain boundary would be about a half a minute in duration, certainly enough to leave a trace in geological history, but the crossings that occur at very acute angles some four times per galactic cycle could be of several minutes duration and the loss of gravity between matter temporarily astride the boundary would be devastating at such times.”10

He then goes on to say, “I go further in my own speculations by suggesting that any normal hydrogen star can, if it happens to traverse a space domain boundary at a very acute angle, experience the traumatic upheaval of its protons sitting astride a boundary between space and antispace in the sense of charge polarity inversion, a clear recipe for decay shedding an enormous amount of energy in what surely would be a supernova.”11

 

 

62 million year Cycle & the Cubic Structure of the Universe

The Galactic Year is the duration of time required for the Solar System to orbit once around the center of the Milky Way Galaxy.

Mainstream estimates: 225 to 250 million years.

 

Using 248 years:

248 million years/4 = 62 million years

248 million years is the number theorized and worked out in Dr. Harold Aspden’s equations.

62 million years exactly matches Muller & Rohde’s data.

 

A cross-section of a cube and octahedron gives a square with 4 points (corners).

As the solar system crosses these vertexes of the cube/octahedron, there is increased energy from the Sun, and a transformation of biological life on the planet.

“We see geometry in the quantum realm, in biology, in the earth and in the solar system, as well as on the very large levels of superclusters and the background gas and dust at the farthest reaches of the Universe.  By simple logic, the geometric laws we see at work in the solar system should extend well beyond just one star and its planets.

If the galaxy has geometric force fields, this could explain the up-and-down motion of our solar system through the galaxy, which is believed to take 62-64 million years to complete.

If the galaxy rotates once in about 250 million years, you find exactly four 62 million year cycles in one galactic rotation.  Four equidistant points in a circle for a square – we’re looking at an octahedron in the galaxy (or a cube) that is driving evolution on earth.”12

 

 

  1. Bast, Robert, Evidence of a Recent Pole Shift – Part 1, http://survive2012.com/pole-shift-evidence/
  2. Raup DM, Sepkoski JJ, Mass extinctions in the marine fossil record, 19 March 1982, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17788674
  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Rohde
  4. Perlman, David, Mass extinction comes every 62 million years, UC physicists discover, SFGate, 10 March 2005, http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Mass-extinction-comes-every-62-million-years-UC-2693228.php
  5. ibid.
  6. Cain, Fraser, Comet Strikes Increase as We Pass Through the Galactic Plane, Universe Today, 24 December 2015, https://www.universetoday.com/14082/comet-strikes-increase-as-we-pass-through-the-galactic-plane/
  7. Than, Ken, Out-of-this-World Hypothesis: Cosmic Forces Control Life on Earth, Space.com, 23 April 2007, https://www.space.com/3721-world-hypothesis-cosmic-forces-control-life-earth.html
  8. Aspden, Harold, The Physics of Creation, Chapter 8, Sabberton Publications, 2003
  9. ibid.
  10. ibid.
  11. ibid.
  12. Wilcock, David, The Source Field Investigations, Dutton, 2011

 

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