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EARTH UNDER FIRE by Dr. Paul LaViolette

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 6:00
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If you agree that there is ample evidence for pole shifts – when the entire surface of the planet rapidly moves over the core and into a new position with a new polar axis – flooding, freezing, and thawing entire continents and causing mass extinctions – then you know the weakest link in the argument is the lack of a clear cause or trigger.  In my opinion, by far the best theory combines a huge imbalance of off-center mass (like the Antarctic ice sheet – 19 quadrillion tons centered over 300 miles east of the South Pole) with the sudden torque accompanying the arrival of an energetic outburst from the galactic center.



Astrophysicist Dr. Paul LaViolette holds a few basic premises which are thoroughly detailed in Earth Under Fire. The main one is that the black hole at the center of all spiral galaxies, including ours, has an active phase in which matter and energy are spewed out, possibly for a few hundred years – roughly every ten to fifteen thousand years.


The second main idea is that this is tied to his theory of subquantum kinetics, whereby all 3D matter is created from fluctuations in the building blocks of matter that exist in a 4D plane of ether. As the book says on page 50 “Some astronomers believe that these outbursts are part of an ongoing process in which matter and energy come into physical manifestation at galactic centers.” LaViolette’s theory of subquantum kinetics is expanded on in his book Genesis of the Cosmos.


The third main premise is that when this explosive event happens, a spherical shell of dust and radiation radiates outward from the black hole. These “galactic superwaves” are always expanding outwards from the center; a galaxy like ours probably has two or three cruising along right now like ripples on the water of a pond after something falls in, except these are expanding in three dimensions and are much more energetic. The intense superwaves probably occur every 12,900 years, which is half the 25,800 year cycle of the precession of the Earth’s axis. There may be a link between precession and galactic superwaves. When the combination of an electromagnetic pulse, a gravity wave, radiation, and dust enter a star system, the effects on stars and planets are intense.


*(Additional evidence of this is the supernova event horizon. Which basically means that when we analyze most supernova, and consider when we saw them from Earth, and subtract their distance in light years from that date, and again subtract their distance from the galactic center, we reach approximately the same date every time – and that is when a superwave started. They trigger intense reactions in stars on the edge of instability, and lesser reactions in stable stars.)


The fourth main premise of the book is that these superwave events have happened to our planet and our sun countless times before, and that the last one or more events have been recorded and at least partially understood as agents of destruction. The galactic center would light up like a big blue star, bright enough to be visible even in daytime, and could have led to names like the Blue Star Kachina of the Hopi or the Eye of Ra in Egypt. Civilizations are devastated, climate changes, magnetic poles shift, a crustal displacement or rotational pole shift may also occur, and many species die off, (probably including Neanderthal Man one precessional cycle, or two superwaves back.) Myths are created to explain all the cosmic and terrestrial phenomena observed, often as a wandering or wounded sun god, and as battles among gods who cast lightning bolts and bring down floods.


As an author on related topics myself (prophecy, mythology, pole shifts) I found LaViolette’s books fascinating. His superwave theory seems to have a lot of evidence backing it and in all probability such galactic superwaves are the trigger mechanism for pole shifts. He details an impressive collection of world mythology describing what may be superwave events and their aftermath.


LaViolette also (over)analyzes the zodiac. I must agree that only two zodiac signs point at anything; and that both the stinger of Scorpio and the arrow of Sagittarius both point at the same spot in the sky – the black hole at the center of the galaxy. I believe this does indicate that ancient peoples knew its location many, many thousands of years ago, and this either indicates it was very visible to our ancestors, or that they had science and technology equal to at least our late twentieth century levels in order to detect its location.


But it is not so clear to me that the rest of the zodiac carries information on a dozen scientific processes which lead to creation, nor that they describe his theory of subquantum kinetics, whereby all 3D matter is created from fluctuations in the building blocks of matter that exist in a 4D plane of ether, or that the slight difference in the cosmic microwave temperature gradient, or the background temperature of the universe (a fraction of a degree more in one direction compared to the other, both near absolute zero) are all encoded in the zodiac.


Overall, Earth Under Fire is a great book, but the author does have a lot of theories, many of which seem a lot less credible than the main galactic superwave theory.


Additional research has led me to conclude that the periodic arrival of galactic superwaves is regular and predictable.  I believe the next one will arrive in December 2019 and that it corresponds with Bible prophecy and other prophetic warnings.


— contributed October 21, 2014 by David Montaigne, author of

End Times and 2019: The End of the Mayan Calendar and the Countdown to Judgment Day

Antichrist 2016-2019: Mystery Babylon, Barack Obama & the Islamic Caliphate



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    Very interesting I will have to look more into it myself as well. Thanks for sharing.

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