Friday, November 16, 2018

Mu under Antarctica?

After reading the last article the Native American Tradition of Mu being under Antarctica after a polar shift might make sense. Because of Mu like Atlantis and Lemuria all being space faring nations, the fact that there is radiation melting parts of Antarctica now might make sense in this context. However, what if Russia, China or the U.S. just drilled a hole in this area to hide a nuclear mistake and poured whatever it is down that hole? Either or another explanation might be the answer here.

I'm not sure whether Atlantis had ships that travel beyond the Solar System sort of like us. But, Mu and Lemuria likely were Galactic Space faring nations. The theory is that when Mu Sank (either where the Hawaiian Islands are now or under Antarctica that Galactic Space travel was lost by so many qualified technicians dying in the cataclysm. It would be like if all computer techs lived in Silicon Valley and one day California sank into the ocean and no one could use the Internet anymore. The same was true then of Galactic Travel.

Unusual hot spot found beneath Antarctica's ice; Radioactive rocks cause

Unusual hot spot found beneath Antarctica's ice; Radioactive rocks cause …
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Unusual hot spot found beneath Antarctica's ice; Radioactive rocks cause disappearance of huge area

Antarctica's fragile ice
The Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica, seen in 2014. Reuters
Scientists found an area of ice that is bigger than Rhode Island, was missing from the South Pole and they believe that an unusual, extremely hot spot, powered by radioactive rocks and warm water under the Antarctic Ice sheet could be responsible for this phenomena.
The new study was published in the journal Scientific Reports this week. The report stated that even though that unusual hot spot is not expected to melt away Antarctica right now, the researchers observed that the heat has caused the sink of a 100-by-50 kilometre area of ice area.
The lead author of this study, Dr Tom Jordan from the British Antarctic Survey said in a statement that it was an exciting project but the results they have now are quite unexpected "as many people thought this region of Antarctica was made of ancient and cold rocks, which had little impact on the ice sheet above."
"We show that even in the ancient continental interior, the underlying geology can have a significant impact on the ice," he added.
Graphic shows how scientists used aerial radar to map the ice sheet and bed.
Graphic shows how scientists used aerial radar to map the ice sheet and bed. Tom Jordan/British Antarctic Survey
AS per the researchers, they have no idea about the existence of that hot zone and could not find out that since when has been there but, they confirmed that such places are not new. However, they estimated that the hot spot could have been there for thousands of years or maybe millions.
As per Dr Jordan in near future, the "extra water at the ice sheet bed may make this region more sensitive" to the factors such as climate change.
While the radioactive rocks in the earth's upper crust are actually generating the heat, geothermically heated water bubbling up from deep underground and after the ice melted, the water drained away and filled up subglacial lakes and rivers.
The researchers said that there could be many more localized sources of geothermal heat that is still unknown and "assessing their influence on subglacial hydrology and ice sheet dynamics requires new detailed geophysical observations."
These findings followed a research, which was published in August 2017 that showed there was a mantle plume beneath West Antarctica that was responsible for melting the ice sheet from below. The research team found that the mantle plume produced almost as much heat as Yellowstone supervolcano and created huge lakes and rivers.


Will the 2nd timeline with Trump on it be kept alive or allowed to disintegrate?

I'm not sure yet.

Will the 3rd timeline with Hillary as president be kept alive or allowed to disintegrate?

Not sure about this one either.

Timelines are funny things after all. They are a lot like trees growing. Is the tree getting enough water? Is the tree getting enough sun? Is it getting enough minerals in the soil? etc. Are it's roots deep enough if a 100 mile wind or higher comes by?

Timelines are like this too.

The questions I might ask would be: "Do the people on the timeline want to stay alive?"

"Are they happy enough to continue?" "Or are they suicidal because of bad leaders?"

All these questions are relevant to whether a time line continues.

After all it's up to all of us in the end what happens next.

If you want to read chapters 12 to Chapter 18 of "Memories"

The following is a reprint from October 1st. I believe I started writing Chapters 12 through 18 so far of "Memories". I wrote Chapters 1 through 11 in various stages between 1980 and the early 2000s. it all started in I believe 1980 on a beautiful summer day in mt. Shasta when I lived with my family (in 1980 my youngest son would have been 6) and is now 44. But, at that time I wrote what I believed then was Therapeutic Science Fiction to help heal myself from the traumas at that point in my life. At that point I had studied Computer Science, PHilosophy, Psychology (as I had wanted to become a psychologist in my 20s). However, the birth of my son ended my dream of becoming a psychologist when I was 26. It was more important to me to stay married and to raise my son than it was to become a psychologist then. But, I had studied Computer science, Philosophy and psychology a lot by then. Since then I also studied Cultural Anthropology too which helps me a lot in  my studies of cultures and how they are formed through religions and farming the last 25,000 years to get to where we are today. Just like Medical science is making people atheists because of the technology of staying well. Before people needed to believe in God just so they didn't die of panic from ailments that they could not diagnose or treat. So, the nearness of death creates the belief in God, without which most people just panic and die one day of things out of their control completely. However, then there is Buddhism. I Studied Tibetan Buddhism in the 1980s and was amazed when I saw 500,000 Tibetan Buddhists in Bodhgaya India while I and my family were being initiated into the Kalachakra Tantra there in December 1985 when my son was 10 and my older stepson was 14 and my stepdaughter was 12. We all received the Kalachakra Tantra over a 4 day period with 500,000 others from all over the world then.

HIs Oneness I believe is the "King of Shambala" and who was originally (I believe) from Lemuria and trained by the Galactic Sentience to be the Time Lord of Earth on Behalf of the Galaxy which is still happening today.

Note: YOU should be able to click at the bottom of each chapter the next chapter and go all the way to Chapter 18 this way. end note.

 I haven't ended this section because I'm writing when I'm shown to by the Solar Logos who is in charge of the Golden City (or Golden Heaven) now surrounding earth since at least 2011. It is specifically designed for the Solar Logos (leader of the Solar System in the Sun) to receive souls who die from earth changes and from Global climate change. The Golden Heaven now surrounds the whole world interfaced with the world we live in to more easily receive those who pass on into a "Lifeboat" heaven that can receive people souls and send them to whatever heaven they belong in more easily.

I observed the heavens coming closer to earth in the month before the 2004 Pacific Tsunami in December that killed 250,000 people mostly in Indonesia but also in Thailand, Ceylon and India and on other islands. I believe the Solar Logos realizing that 1 to 2 billion are likely to die because of the end of the Paris accords and Trump on this 2nd timeline we are presently on in this century and for many other reasons has facilitated this Golden Heaven to surround earth so more souls can peacefully transfer to heaven realms without any trouble this century and the next. It is possible that by 2200 there will be less than 1 billion people alive here on earth the way things are presently going here on earth. It's up to all of us what happens now. There are many different alternatives now. It is possible that 13 to 14 billion people, for example, might live on earth if we all lived underground and left the surface for farming and recreation only. But, that is unlikely to happen very fast if at all. Terraforming the atmosphere and lands and waters likely will be necessary by 2100 for any humans at all to survive what is coming for earth. The biggest problem I foresee now is the winds that could blow down all the trees and the acidification of all the oceans which might kill plankton and diatoms. Without Trees and plankton there won't be oxygen and all things that breathe would die except maybe for  robots that don't have to breathe oxygen.

Hopefully this Memories Chapter 12 word button actually works

First attempt at writing Chapter 12 for "Memories"

I tried this word button and it seems to work okay. I did this before at another article and the Memories 1 through 11 worked but not the one for 12. At the bottom of 12 there is a word button for 13. At the bottom of 13 there is a word button for 14. And so on.

Note: Actually 12 continued comes before Chapter 13 in the order of what is written.

Have a Great Day!

Here are chapters 1 through 11 of "Memories" if you haven't read them yet.

Conway: "Trump Administration like a "Dumpster Fire"

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6 hours ago - WASHINGTON — George T. Conway III, the husband of White ... this thing and, it's like the administration is like a s***show in a dumpster fire.
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11/16/2018 10:38 am ET

George Conway: Trump Administration ‘Like A S**tshow In A Dumpster Fire’

“I think the Republican Party has become something of a personality cult.”
WASHINGTON — George T. Conway III, the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, said the Republican Party has become “a personality cult” under President Trump and that he would “move to Australia” rather than vote for the president again.
“I don’t feel comfortable being a Republican anymore,” Conway said in an exclusive interview for the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery” about his decision to drop his party registration earlier this year. “I think the Republican Party has become something of a personality cult.”
Asked if he thinks the president is fully stable, Conway responded: “No comment.”  
Conway’s comments came just days after spearheading the formation of a new legal group, called Checks and Balances, set up to provide a platform for conservative lawyers to speak out against what he sees as Trump’s violations of “timeless principles” and constitutional norms.
He cited as a prime example: a recent Trump tweet criticizing then Attorney General Jeff Sessions for bringing indictments against two “very popular” Republican congressmen — Duncan Hunter and Collins — on corruption charges “just ahead of the midterms.”
The idea that the president would be commenting on legal indictments in such crass political terms stunned Conway. “I was appalled,” he said. “It was appalling. We’re talking about someone who has sworn an oath to uphold the constitution and laws of the United States, and to criticize the attorney general for permitting justice to be done without regard to political party is very disturbing.”
Conway’s emergence over the past year as a persistent Trump critic on Twitter and in newspaper op-eds has become a subject of public fascination given his wife’s role as a senior White House official and the president’s most aggressive defender on cable television.
Asked how his wife has reacted to his public attacks on her boss, Conway replied: “I don’t think she likes it. But I’ve told her, I don’t like the administration, so it’s even.”
“If I had a nickel for everybody in Washington who disagrees with their spouse on something that happens in this town, I wouldn’t be on this podcast,” he added. “I’d be probably on a beach somewhere. And the fact of the matter is, when it comes down to things we disagree about, we agree on most policy things. … So this is the one we really disagree about.”
Conway has emerged as a persistent Trump critic on Twitter and in newspaper op-eds over the past year.
Conway has emerged as a persistent Trump critic on Twitter and in newspaper op-eds over the past year.
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George Conway’s personal evolution is especially striking given that, on election night two year ago, he acknowledges he wept with joy and pride in his wife’s accomplishment in helping to engineer Trump’s upset victory over Hillary Clinton.
“Look, my wife did an amazing thing,” he said. “She basically got this guy elected. She steadied that boat. … He was in the crapper when she took that campaign over.” As for Trump himself, Conway said “My view is, he was the lesser evil” compared to Clinton. Asked if he still felt that way, Conway hesitated. “I don’t know. I don’t know,” he said. “If faced with the choice again, I’d probably move to Australia.”
A star litigator for a New York law firm, Conway in the early days of Trump’s presidency was offered a top job at the Justice Department as chief of the civil division — a post that would have put him in charge of defending the administration in lawsuits throughout the country.
But in June of last year, he pulled out, saying only that “this is not the right time to leave the private sector.” (He also added then, “Kellyanne and I continue to support the president and his administration, and I look forward to doing so in whatever way I can from outside the government.”)
In fact, as Conway revealed in the “Skullduggery” interview, he already had ample doubts about the president’s relationship with the Justice Department — and what was going on with the administration.
“I’m filling out the financial forms and it’s like — I forget what part time of year it was, it was like late April — man, I’m thinking. I’m watching this thing and, it’s like the administration is like a s***show in a dumpster fire. And I’m like, ‘I don’t want to do that. I don’t know.’”
He continued: “And then you got the Comey firing, and then you got [Trump] going on TV saying, ‘I had Russia on my mind,’ and it’s like, ‘Oh, no.’ And then I’m driving home one day from from New York and it’s like ‘Robert Mueller appointed special counsel,’ and then I realized, this guy is going to be at war with the Justice Department.”
More “Skullduggery” from Yahoo News: