Great flood
Great flood

One evening my daughter came up to me with a request to show on a map where and which ocean is on our planet, and since I don't have a printed physical map of the world at home, I opened a Google electronic map on my computer, switched it to satellite view and I began to explain everything to her on the sly. When I came from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean and brought it closer to show my daughter better, I was shocked and suddenly I saw what anyone on our planet sees, but with completely different eyes. Until that moment, like everyone else, I did not understand what I see on the map, but then my eyes seemed to open. But all these are emotions, and you cannot cook cabbage soup from emotions. So let's try to see together what was revealed to me on the Google map, and nothing less than a trace of the collision of our Mother Earth with an unknown celestial body, which led to what is commonly called the Great Sweat, was revealed.

Look carefully at the lower left corner of the photo and think: does this remind you of anything? I don’t know about you, but it reminds me of a clear trace of the impact of a certain rounded celestial body on the surface of our planet. Moreover, the blow was in front of the mainland South America and Antarctica, which from the blow are now slightly concave towards the direction of the blow and are separated in this place by a strait named after Drake Passage, a pirate who allegedly opened this strait in the past.


In fact, this strait is a pothole left at the moment of impact and ending with a rounded "contact patch" of a celestial body with the surface of our planet. Let's take a closer look at this “contact patch”.


When closer, we see a rounded spot with a concave surface and ending on the right, that is, from the side in the direction of impact, with a characteristic hill with an almost steep edge, again having characteristic elevations that come out on the surface of the world ocean in the form of islands. In order to better understand the nature of the formation of this "contact patch" you can do the same experiment as I did. The experiment requires a wet sandy surface. A sand surface on the banks of a river or sea is perfect. During the experiment, it is necessary to make a smooth movement with your hand, during which you move your hand over the sand, then touch the sand with your finger and, without stopping the movement of your hand, put pressure on it, thereby raking up a certain amount of sand with your finger and then after a while tear off your finger from the surface of the sand. Have you done it? Now look at the result of this simple experience and you will see a picture completely similar to that shown in the photo below.


There is one more funny nuance. According to researchers, the north pole of our planet in the past has shifted by about two thousand kilometers. If we measure the length of the so-called pothole at the bottom of the ocean in the Drake Passage and ending with a "contact patch", then it also corresponds to approximately two thousand kilometers. In the photo, I made a measurement using the Google Maps program. Moreover, researchers cannot answer the question of what caused the pole shift. I do not presume to assert with a probability of 100%, but nevertheless it is worth pondering the question: was it not this catastrophe that caused the displacement of the poles of planet Earth by these very two thousand kilometers?

Now let's ask ourselves a question: what happened after the celestial body hit the planet tangentially and again went into the vastness of space? You ask: why tangentially and why did it necessarily leave, and did not break through the surface and plunged into the bowels of the planet? Everything is also very simply explained here. Do not forget about the direction of rotation of our planet. It was precisely the combination of circumstances that the celestial body gave during the rotation of our planet that saved it from destruction and allowed the celestial body, so to speak, to slip and go away, and not burrow into the bowels of the planet. It was no less fortunate that the blow fell into the ocean in front of the mainland, and not into the mainland itself, since the ocean waters somewhat damped the blow and played the role of a kind of lubricant when celestial bodies touched, but this fact also had the other side of the coin - the ocean waters played and its destructive role after the detachment of the body and its departure into space.

Now let's see what happened next. I don't think anyone needs to prove that the consequence of the impact that led to the formation of the Drake Passage was the formation of a huge wave of many kilometers, which rushed forward at great speed, sweeping away everything in its path. Let's follow the path of this wave.


The wave crossed the Atlantic Ocean and the first obstacle in its path was the southern tip of Africa, although it suffered relatively little, as the wave touched it with its edge and turned slightly to the south, where it hit Australia. But Australia was much less fortunate. She took the shock of the wave and was practically washed away, which is very clearly visible on the map.


Further, the wave crossed the Pacific Ocean and passed between the Americas, again hooking North America with its edge. We see the consequences of this both on the map and in the films of Sklyarov, who very vividly painted the consequences of the Great Flood in North America. If someone has not watched or has already forgotten, then they can review these films, since they have long been posted on the Internet for free. These are very informative films, although not everything in them should be taken seriously.


Then the wave crossed the Atlantic Ocean for the second time and with all its mass at full speed hit the northern tip of Africa, sweeping away and washing away everything in its path. This is also clearly visible on the map. From my point of view, we owe such a strange arrangement of deserts on the surface of our planet not to the vagaries of the climate and not to the reckless activities of man, but to the destructive and merciless impact of the wave during the Great Flood, which not only swept away everything in its path, but also literally this word washed away everything, including not only buildings and vegetation, but also the fertile layer of soil on the surface of the continents of our planet.

After Africa, the wave swept across Asia and again crossed the Pacific Ocean and, passing through the section between our mainland and North America, went to the North Pole through Greenland. Having reached the North Pole of our planet, the wave extinguished itself, because it also exhausted its power, consistently braking on the continents, which it flew into and so that at the North Pole it eventually caught up with itself.

After that, the water of the already extinct wave began to roll back from the North Pole to the south. Part of the water passed through our mainland. This can explain the so far submerged northern tip of our continent and the gulf of Finland thrown with earth and the cities of western Europe, including our Petrograd and Moscow, buried under a multi-meter layer of earth, which they brought, which had flowed away from the North Pole.

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Map of tectonic plates and faults of the Earth's crust

If there was a blow from a celestial body, then it is quite reasonable to look for its consequences in the thickness of the Earth's crust. After all, a blow of such force simply could not leave any traces. Let's turn to a map of tectonic plates and faults in the Earth's crust.


What do we see there on this map? The map clearly shows a tectonic fault at the site of not only the trace left by the celestial body, but also around the so-called "contact patch" at the place where the celestial body separated from the Earth's surface. And these breaks once again confirm the correctness of my conclusions about the impact of a certain celestial body. And the blow was so strong that not only tore the isthmus between South America and Antarctica, but also led to the formation of a tectonic fault in the Earth's crust in this place.

The strange trajectory of the wave on the surface of the planet

I think it is worth talking about one more aspect of wave movement, namely, its non-straightness and unexpected deviations in one direction or the other. We have all been taught from childhood to believe that we live on a planet that has the shape of a ball, which is slightly flattened from the poles.

I myself have been of the same opinion for quite some time. And what was my surprise when, in 2012, I came across the results of a study by the European Space Agency ESA using data obtained by the GOCE (Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer) satellite.

Below are some photographs of the actual shape of our planet. Moreover, it is worth considering the fact that this is the shape of the planet itself without taking into account the waters on its surface that form the world's ocean. You might ask a legitimate question: what do these photographs have to do with the topic discussed here? From my point of view, the most direct. After all, not only is the wave moving along the surface of a celestial body that has an irregular shape, but its movement is affected by the impacts of the wave front.

Whatever the cyclopean dimensions of the wave, these factors cannot be disregarded, because what we consider to be a straight line on the surface of a globe, which has the shape of a regular ball, in fact turns out to be far from a straight trajectory, and vice versa - what in reality is a rectilinear trajectory on an irregular surface on the globe will turn into an intricate curve.

And we have not yet considered the fact that when moving along the surface of the planet, the wave repeatedly encountered various obstacles in the form of continents on its way. And if we return to the supposed trajectory of the wave motion on the surface of our planet, we can see that for the first time it touched Africa and Australia with its peripheral part, and not with the whole front. This could not but affect not only the trajectory of the movement itself, but also the growth of the wave front, which, each time it encountered an obstacle, was partially cut off and the wave had to start growing anew. And if we consider the moment of its passage between the two Americas, then one cannot fail to notice the fact that in this case the wave front was not only truncated once again, but also part of the wave due to re-reflection turned to the south and washed away the coast of South America.


Estimated time of the disaster

Now let's try to find out when this disaster happened. To do this, one could equip an expedition to the disaster site, examine it in detail, take all kinds of soil and rock samples and try to study them in laboratories, then follow the route of the Great Flood and do the same work again. But all this would have cost a lot of money, would have lasted for many, many years, and it is not at all necessary that my whole life would be enough to carry out these works.

But is all this really necessary and is it possible to do, at least for now, at first, without such expensive and resource-intensive measures? I believe that at this stage, in order to establish the approximate time of the catastrophe, you and I may well be able to get by with the information obtained earlier and now in open sources, as we have already done when considering the planetary catastrophe that led to the Great Flood.

To do this, we should turn to physical maps of the world of various ages and establish when the Drake Passage appeared on them.After all, we previously established that it was the Drake Passage that was formed as a result and at the site of this planetary catastrophe.

Below are physical cards that I was able to find in the public domain and the authenticity of which does not cause much mistrust.

Here is a map of the World dating from 1570 A.D.


As we can see, there is no Drake Passage on this map and South America is still connected to Antarctica. And this means that in the sixteenth century there was no catastrophe yet.

Let's take a map from the early seventeenth century and see if the Drake Passage and the peculiar outlines of South America and Antarctica appeared on the map in the seventeenth century. After all, the navigators could not fail to notice such a change in the landscape of the planet.

Here is a map from the early seventeenth century. Unfortunately, I do not have a more accurate dating, as in the case of the first map. On the resource where I found this map, there was just such a dating "beginning of the seventeenth century." But in this case it is not of a fundamental nature.


The fact is that on this map both South America and Antarctica and the bridge between them are in their place, and therefore either the disaster has not happened yet, or the cartographer did not know about what happened, although it is hard to believe in this, knowing the scale of the disaster and that's it. the consequences to which it led.

Well, let's move on, again take a more recent map and look for Drake Passage on it. After all, he must once appear on the maps.

Here's another card. This time the dating of the map is more accurate. It also dates back to the seventeenth century - this is the year 1630 from the birth of Christ.


And what do we see on this map? Although the outlines of the continents are drawn on it and not as well as in the previous one, it is clearly visible that the strait in its present form is not on the map.

Well, apparently in this case, the picture is repeated, described when considering the previous card. We continue moving along the timeline towards our days and once again take a map that is more recent than the previous one.

This time I did not find a physical map of the world. Found a map of North and South America, besides, it doesn't show Antarctica at all. But this is not so important. After all, we remember the outlines of the southern tip of South America from previous maps, and we can notice any changes in them without Antarctica. But with the dating of the map this time in complete order - it is dated to the very end of the seventeenth century, namely in 1686 from the birth of Christ.

Let's take a look at South America and compare its outline with what we saw on the previous map.

On this map, we see the antediluvian outlines of South America and the isthmus, which have not already set the teeth on edge, connecting South America with Antarctica at the site of the modern and familiar Drake Passage, and the most familiar modern South America with a "contact patch" bent towards southern tip.


What conclusions can be drawn from all of the above? There are two fairly simple and obvious conclusions:

  1. If we assume that the cartographers did indeed draw up the maps at the time that the maps are dated, then the catastrophe occurred in the fifty-year interval between 1630 and 1686.
  2. If we assume that cartographers used ancient maps to compile their maps and only copied them and passed them off as their own, then it can only be argued that the catastrophe occurred earlier than 1570 from the birth of Christ, and in the seventeenth century, when the Earth was repopulated, the inaccuracies of the existing ones were established. maps and refinements were made to bring them in line with the real landscape of the planet.

Which of these conclusions is correct, and which one is false, to my great regret, I cannot judge, since the available information is clearly not enough for this.

Disaster confirmation

Where can you find confirmation of the fact of the disaster, except for the physical maps, which we talked about above. I am afraid to seem unoriginal, but the answer will be quite strong: firstly, under our feet and secondly in works of art, namely in the paintings of artists.I doubt that any of the eyewitnesses would be able to capture the wave itself, but the consequences of this tragedy were fully captured for themselves. There were quite a large number of artists who painted pictures that reflected the picture of the terrible devastation that reigned in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in the place of Egypt, modern Western Europe and Mother Russia. They just prudently announced to us that these artists did not paint from nature, but reflected on their canvases the so-called imaginary world. I will cite the work of only a few rather prominent representatives of this genre:

This is how the familiar antiquities of Egypt looked like before they were literally dug out of the thick layer of sand.

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And what happened in Europe at that time? Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Hubert Robert and Charles-Louis Clerisseau will help us understand.

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But these are far from all the facts that can be cited in confirmation of the catastrophe and which I have yet to systematize and describe. There are still towns covered with earth for several meters in Mother Russia, there is the Gulf of Finland, which is also covered with earth and became truly navigable only at the end of the nineteenth century, when the world's first sea channel was dug along its bottom. There are the salty sands of the Moskva River, sea shells and damn fingers, which I dug out as a kid in the forest sands in the Bryansk region. Yes, and Bryansk itself, which according to the official historical legend got its name from the wilds, supposedly in the place of which it stands, although it does not smell like wilds in the Bryansk region, but this is a subject for a separate conversation and God willing in the future I will publish my thoughts on this topic. There are deposits of bones and carcasses of mammoths, the meat of which was fed to dogs in Siberia at the end of the twentieth century. I will consider all this in more detail in the next part of this article.

In the meantime, I appeal to all readers who have spent their time and energy and read the article to the end. Do not be pretentious - express any critical remarks, point out inaccuracies and errors in my reasoning. Ask any questions - I will answer them for sure!

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