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    Mummified Seals of Antarctica and Chevron Deposits

    Most people have not heard of this phenomenon – but in Southern Antarctica hundreds of mummified seals can be found deep inland and high above sea level.[Image: images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQRfSSrQ0KE8Ur-w5cUkWC...MHfH2-qP4N][Image: 3182376975_1f26ea7377.jpg]Many of the mummified seals are found in the ‘dry lands’ of Antarctica, petrified in almost full form with food left in the belly, and many of the seals show signs of massive forces enacted upon them – smashed in heads and broken bones. Why? Many theories have been put forth – but this has never been adequately explained.

    One of the prevailing theories suggests the seals migrated far inland thinking the glaciers were ocean-ice-cover, as they made their way they eventually starved to death, laying over and forever frozen. This of course does not explain the broken bones and skulls – nor how some of the mummified remainds sit atop high summits.

    To explain this it is thought the seals traveled up hill thinking glaciers were the sea and ice, fell, smashing their bodies before being mummified.

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    The mummified seals of Antarctica holds no consensus amongst scientists – this is very much an ongoing mystery.

    I have stated elsewhere in my previous research and writings months ago – that I do believe this is more evidence of Earth Crust Displacement.

    If the continent of antarctica was moved, the oceans waters would slosh up over the terrain, and when receding leaving behind seals (many baby seals) who were closer to shore.


    I forgot to mention, though some seals have food left in the belly – others are found with gravel and sand. Some scientists take this as a sign of starvation, the seals resorted to eating rocks and sand.
    I take this as a sign of quickly rising ocean waters depositing these animals far inland and up – sending ocean debris with them, renting their bodies and depositing marine sand and rocks in the stomachs.


    This subject was introduced to me by LOP’r Full Circle, months ago.

    Chevron deposits are a rather new phenomenon in the Geological world, and one that came with the onslaught of Google Earth.

    These structures can be found along almost every coastline around the world – some overlap other, older chevron deposits which have since been covered over with vegetation*XM5cgQ/madagas_chevron5.jpg

    The angle of the deposits is never directly parallel to the shoreline – but comes in from the side. The more impressive deposits reach from 50-100 or so miles inland and up to…hmm I wish I had my material handy for this lol – i know its an impressive height.

    Here is a close up photo of one in Madagascar

    The peaks you see, were formed from water rolling over the land and retreating, leaving behind the ‘chevron’ shaped points, surrounded by small ocean boulders.

    Initially, some geologists attributed these formations to wind erosion, however with Google Earth one can plainly see how water sloshed over the landscape.

    Here is a graph of known chevron deposits and their angle in relation to the shoreline.

    I can guarantee this is incomplete, as well.

    A few prevailing theories exist as to the cause of these formations.

    1. Tsunami’s.

    The tsunami theory is naturally the quickest explanation for Chevron Deposits, however, since the written record has begun, we have never experienced tsunami’s powerful enough to create these types of land formations – as well, you will find giant erratic boulders closer to the shorelines that were picked up by the water and placed in odd positions, the smaller stones travelling inland and buried atop the chevron cliff or resting on their base.

    2. Asteroid impact.

    For the big Chevron deposits (aka Madagascar) it was thought a giant asteroid impacted the ocean, causing the wave to create these formations. We have discovered an impact crater under the ocean, but dating techniques show there is no way to correlate the two.

    What I suggest is, both the chevron deposits and the mummified seals of Antarctica exist because the crust of the Earth has shifted (multiple times) both dragging portions of earth beneath the waves, and raising portions above. The very process that this entails, means that the oceans water who is not attached to the crust, moves on its own. Sloshing over land (not directly parallel), dragging with it marine life (whales, boulders, seals, silt, sand) and depositing these far inland and up steep slopes.


    You can get google earth and scan coastlines for these yourselves. Southern and Eastern Africa is a great place to look – they are in abundance there!

    Earth Crust Displacement

    So the language of Science became the object of Science, and what had begun as perception unmediated by concepts became conception unmediated by percepts” -S. Tyler

    In the above quote, anthropologist Stephen A Tyler shares some great wisdom. Essentially, as Science became more compartmentalized, politicised, and attuned to the modern Academic system of grant promises and dreams of Scientific Fame – Scientific writing, peer reviewed journals, became an arena who’s war was waged with Scientific jargon. Increasingly, people had to talk to the talk – the politics of the system became it’s main focus. So, what had begun as viewing the natural world, studying and formulated hypothesis which leads to conceptions (understanding), became controlled, pre-disposed understandings of the world instead. Essentially, science produced a paradigm in which most Scientists saw what they viewed instead of viewing what they saw.

    So what of the Ice Age theory, and its genesis?

    As poor of a source as it is, I will quote Wikipedia for a standard definition of the Ice Age:

    An ice age, or more precisely, a glacial age, is a period of long-term reduction in the temperatureof the Earth’s surface and atmosphere, resulting in the presence or expansion of continental ice sheets, polar ice sheets and alpine glaciers. Within a long-term ice age, individual pulses of cold climate are termed “glacial periods” (or alternatively “glacials” or “glaciations” or colloquially as “ice age”), and intermittent warm periods are called “interglacials”. Glaciologically, ice age implies the presence of extensive ice sheets in the northern and southern hemispheres.[1] By this definition, we are still in the ice age that began 2.6 million years ago at the start of the Pleistocene epoch, because the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets still exist.[2]

    Contextual History and Underlying Values

    Conventional Ice Age theory looks out into the world and sees Ice at our polar caps, evidence of ice carved landscapes around the globe and assumes the current caps must have stretched out far closer to the equatorial bulge. This assumption then has to explain cooling and warming of the earth, all of which are generalized theories based off one simple underlying value; The Doctrine of Uniformity.

    The idea of Uniformity can be said to have its birth out of the Chaos that reigned in Europe throughout the 18th and 19th Centuries. The French Revolution had sparked social upheaval. Lamarck, famous for his idea that Girrafes developed elongated necks because of stretching them over generations to reach tree tops – was a strong proponent of this idea. At the time, the Natural Sciences were coming into fruition, and as a reaction against the prevailing paradigm of the day – that of the Church and Catastrophism – Larmarck, Lyell and later Darwin took on this perspective to explain all natural phenomenon. Uniformity was born out of Chaos.

    Uniformity implies that operations that are in existence in the natural world today, have always been so. We see the slow ebb and flow of earth changes, and we assume it was always like this. What has always interested myself, is the underlying reasons for why groups of people believe what they do, and more specifically why they are completely unaware of why they believe. Paradigm became engrained into the minds of its students through the unconscious patterning of human behaviour.

    All cultural phenomena are victim to specific contextual paradigms which acts as a knowledge-filter when viewing reality. This means that the overall worldview of the place we are born into, plays a major factor in the way we understand the world around us, not only be supplying us with language, customs, and presuppositions, but by acting as a blocking mechanism when other versions of reality attempt to stream in.

    Examples of value-laden models come from all across the sciences. In anthropology, this illustrated quite well in an article by Mason on Goldman’s famous ethnography of the Cubeo in South America. Goldman views the Cubeo world view as permeating with sexual conceptions which manifest in symbolic ritualistic social action (Mason 2000: 232). Mason goes on to highlight some of the evidences that Goldman gives, to bring back the point that it is representative of sexuality. However, Mason takes another approach to this scenario, in that he decides to attach more credit to the Cubeo themselves, in showing the consciousness of their own sociality through the use of their own language (instead of showing the unconsciousness of their own sociality through our own language). Through discussing the various rituals of the Cubeo when a member of the group dies, Mason goes on to show that “Goldman’s focus on a steadily mounting sexual rhythm ignores these counter-points of humans and Ancients weeping, of the spider’s dance, and of the Aracu and Sloth dance.” (Mason: 239). The idea here of course, is that Goldman’s initial model allowed for him to filter out information, making way for a self-fulfilling prophecy.

    Another example, which I will reference more thoroughly later – are two case studies done in the last twenty years regarding behavorial traits in meerkats. These small mammals will stand up on their hind legs when predators approach, the first study done saw this act as selfishness on the part of the mammal, because this would give that particular meerkat more time to escape any predatory encounters over his or her animal counterparts. The second study, saw the standing of the hind legs as altruistic behavior, warning its pact of incoming danger. The point to make here, is that both studies were conducted at the same external phenomenon (meerkats) however both yielded drastically different underlying theories to explain the behavior. How can this be so? Simple, because we attach our own underlying values, our own cultural baggage on to the external realm. And we do this through language, real time utterances and the written word, which is then studied and understood by other generations of people and each subsaquent time the language becomes more infused with layers of unconscious meaning.

    Human beings are born into a society that provides them with a language. This lexicon is the result of thousands of minor mutations in older phrases (Rorty 1989: 16) that were itself the result of the same historical phenomenon. Language on the subsurface is but the tip of the iceberg, it is representative of a collection of meanings on top of meanings, layers or stratums (Foucault 1970) of historically implanted perceptions that over time lose their collectively agreed upon meaning. Therefore, this allows for an eventual shift from one perception of reality to another, through the attached meanings implanted onto words and phrases. When we loose these tendencies, we loose the way to view a reality from that angle (Rorty: 6). Below the iceberg is the history that has structured how we organize reality into certain ways (Foucault 1970), it is where the historical meanings have molded and transformed expressions, it is how we make sense of the world (Whorf 1988: 151)

    “The Habitus, a product of history, produces invidividual and collective practices – more history – in accordance with the schemes generated by history. It ensures the active presence of past experiences which, deposited in each organism in the form of schemes of perception, thought and action, tend to garuntee the ‘correctness’ of practices and their consistency over time, more reliably then all formal rules or explicit norms” (Bourdieu: 54, 1992)

    What the brilliant Bourdieu is saying here is quite simple: The Habitus (a set of unconscious rules that govern our behavior, thoughts, language, actions) is a product of specific people in specific times who agree on certain ways the world works. This produces sets of people who further the paradigm, and all its latent rules, through the very act of practicing these unconsciously installed axioms over time. This then creates, over generations of practioners within the paradigm – a set way to view the world, and it regulates the underlying values through the very simple act of Living within the active agents who practice it. Thus, concepts such as Uniformity can become engrained into the students mind, so engrained they do not even realise it, over generations of being absorbed into the various language sets and cognitive schemes produced.

    It might surprise one to know that the initial genesis of the Ice Age Theory, by a man named Agassiz, understood it to be the cause of Cataclysmic activities upon the Earth. Velikovsky writes

    “Agassiz regarded the inception and termination of the Ice Age as catastrophic events. He believed that mammoths in Siberia were suddenly caught in the ice that spread swiftly over the larger part of the globe. He expressed the belief that repeated global catastrophes were accompanied by a fall in the temperature of the globe and its atmosphere, and that glacial ages, of which the earth experienced more than one, were terminated each time by renewed igneous activity in the interior of the earth. This he maintained that the western Alps had risen very recently, at the end of the last Ice Age, and were younger than the carcasses of mammoths in SIberia, the flesh of which is still edible: these animals, he thought, had been killed at the beginning of the Ice Age. With the renewal of igenous activity, the ice cover melted, great floods ensued, the mountains and lakes in Switzerland and in many other places were formed, and the relief map of the world was generally changed.” (Velkovsky: 33-34, 1955)

    The creators of the Ice-Age theory, along with the famous Charles Lyell, were what we would today call “Armchair scholars”. They concluded the existence of Ice-age theory without ever leaving their backyards. Lyell himself found Agassiz’s idea of ice cover to be wholly acceptable, though he saw it from a more Uniformitarian perspective. Lyell saw what looked like catastrophic changes in stratigraphic layers, dealing with fossils and the like – but assumed the infancy of the Doctrine is just merely incomplete – that we will fill in the gaps. Velikovsky goes quotes Lyell:

    “It has been truely observed that when we arrange the known fossiliferious formations in chronological order, they constitute a broken and defective series…we pass, without any intermediate gradiations from systems of strat which are horizontal, to other systems which are highly inclined — from rocks of peculiar mineral composition to others which have a character wholly distinct—from one assemblage of organic remains to another, in which frequently nearly all the species, and a large part of the genera, are different. These violations (of uniformity) of continuity are so common as to constitute in most regions the rule rather than the exception, and they have been considered by many geologists as conclusive in favour of sudden revolutions in the inanimate and animate world” (Velikovsky:23, 1955).

    Though his research showed otherwise, he still maintained the rising Uniformitarian view was wholly correct. He used statistical analysis from census reports (ibid), to show how changes in populations are gradual over a few generations. This was enough evidence then to solidify Uniformity as Science fact and to this day, all major disciplines operate over this paradigm, whether they realise it or not.

    Problems of Uniformity According to Velikovsky

    The hippopotamus, a familiar image in everyone’s mind. A large mammal roaming the lands of the lush and fertile regions of Africa. Remnants of this beast have been discovered throughout much of Europe (ibid: 26). How is this explained? Migrating herds of Hippopotamus, traversing the waters to the northern areas was one such example. Does this not directly contradict Uniformity? Have we ever actually witnessed this today? Hippopotamus do not swim to Europe.

    Velikosvky, again writes:

    “In northern Wales in the Vale of Clwyd, in numerous caves remains of hippopatmus lay together with those of the mammoth, the rhinoceros , and the cave lion. In the cave of the Cae Gywn in the Vale of Clwyd, “during the excavations it became clear that the bones had been greatly disturbed by water action.” The floor of the cavern was “covered afterwards by clays and sand containing foreign pebbles. This seemed to prove that the caverns, now 400 feet above sea level, must have been submerged subsequently to their occuption by the animals and by man…The contents of the cavern must have been dispersed by marine action during the great submergence in mid-glacial times, and afterwards covered by marine sands…” writes H. B. Woodward.

    Hippopotomi not only travelled during the summer nights to England and Wales, but also climbed hills to die peacefully among other animals in the caves, and the ice, approaching softly, tenderly spread little pebbles over the travellers resting in peace, and the land with its hills and caverns in a slow lullaby movement sank below the level of the sea and gentle streams caressed the dead bodies and covered them with rosy sand” (Velkovsky:27, 1955)

    Icebergs and erratic boulders, another hot subject during the genesis of the Doctrine of Uniformity. How to explain this as a gradual, slow process? Lyell argued that giant boulders merely break off from Icebergs and over time, melt and deposit these giant stones in odd places, sometimes in such a way that an onlooker might think they could push one off a ledge with ease.

    “Erratic boulders are found far from the seashore: Lyell taught that the land was submerged and icebergs travelling over it dropped their load of stones on it. Erratic boulders are found on the mountains; therefore, these mountains were under shallow water when icebergs carrying stones from other regions dropped them on the summits.” (ibid:28).

    Again, we have observable phenomenon in the natural world, that to line up with Uniformity, the land must have been under water in our distant past. As Velikovsky points out, many of the worlds erratic boulders are also found laying in patterned lines, much like rocks on a beach due to wave action. We find erratic boulders the world over, and in the tropics is one such place that distresses the believer in uniformity. To explain this, the southern pole must have stretched so far north to have caused the polished surfaces, erratic boulders and other signs of ice cover. These explanations, though popularized in mainstream science to this day – then require another explanation as to why the Earth could have been so cold to cause this. What about all the other animal life? Vegetation?

    In all of these occurrences, the Geologist needs to bring in more explanations so everything lines up with Uniformity.

    “Bones of Greenland reindeer have been found in southern New Jersey and southern France, and bones of Lapland reindeer in the Crimea. This was explained as due to the invasion of ice and the retreat of the northern animals to the south. The hippopotamus was found in France and England and the Lion in Alaska. To explain similar occurrences, an interglacial period was introduced into the scheme: the land was warmed up and the southern animals visited the northern latitudes. And since the change from one fauna to another took place repeatedly, four glacial periods with three interglacial were generally counted, though the number of periods is not consistent with all lands or with all investigators.

    But why the polar lands were not glaciated during the Ice Age was never explained. Greenland presents still another enigma in the preceeding formations, those of the Teriary Age. In the 1860’s, O. Heer of Zurich published his classical work on the fossil plants of the Arctic; he identified the plant remains of the northern parts of Greenland as magnolia and fig trees, among other species. Forests of exotic trees and groves of juicy suptropical plants grew in the land that lies deep in the cold Arctic and is immersed yearly in a continuous polar night of six months’ duration.” (ibid:39-40).

    So, to explain animate and inanimate carvings on the Earths surface, Uniformity has to introduce the Ice Age theory, suggesting that the current poles stretched far into the sub-tropical regions. And yet, at that time the poles itself housed lush greenlands. To explain the remains of animals and plants in glaciated areas, Uniformity has to introduce warming periods where animals move, then re-introduce cooling periods where they died and were submerged and or covered in ice again. Then they have to explain why the earth suddenly heated and cooled, was it the sun? Other galactic activities? Meteors? Snowball Earth?

    Corals in the polar regions, whales and other marine deposits in the mountains…the list goes on. It is like someone having to create another lie to cover a long list of lies.

    Mountain Building

    Currently, mainstream dogma states that mountains are the process of the slow ebb and flow of continental drift, the great chains around the world slowing being lifted and pushed as the plates push against one another. However, geologists are far to aware of many mountain chains that contain sharp rock, from newer strata that has been pushed up over older formations.

    One such example, as is quoted in Earth in Upheaval is the Chief Mountain located in the state of Montana. ” It has been thrust bodily upon the much younger strata of the Great Plains, and then driven over them eastward, for a distance of at least eight miles. Indeed, the thrust may have been several times eight miles,” writes Daly” (Velikovsky:65, 1955)

    Velikovsky continues:

    “By similar thrusting, the whole Rocky Mountain front, for hundreds of miles, has been pushed up and then out, many miles over the plains”. Such titanic displacements of the mountains have been found in many places on the earth. The displacement of the Alps is extensive” (ibid:65)
    Could it be that the mountains rose as late as in the age of man and carried up with them caverns of early man? In recent years evidence has grown rapidly to show, in contrast to previous opinions, that the Alps and other mountains rose and attained their present heights, and also travelled long distances, in the age of man”(ibid:68).

    Without delving into the pages and pages of evidences regarding mountain building that Velikovsky presents in Earth and Upheaval I will simply move on to the possible cause of this. If the mainstream view of the Ice Age theory has to bring into account many many causal explanations, then what of this idea?
    It really asks the reader to think of one explanation: Earth Crustal Displacement.

    A More Logical Explanation?

    This notion was first popularized by Professor Charles Hapgood, who upon stumbling into ancient maps that showed areas of the world that were thought to have not been mapped by ancient civilizations, as well, certain areas on showed land masses before ice cover – ala Antarctica. To explain this, he had his students help him in his research – and he came up with the notion of Earth Crustal Displacement, which in his book Ancient Maps of the Seafaring Kings, attempted an explanation put forth by none other then Albert Einstein who wrote the forward to the book. Hapgood and Einstein thought, that if we view the earth’s outer layers as the crust of an orange peel, the mantle being the orange – then we could envision a sudden slippage of the crust around the core. This would send the current polar regions into warmer climates, and be a reasonable explanation for all of the above information. Einstein thought this could have occurred due to ice build up on the polar regions. So say, the north pole had built up so much ice over thousands of years – that isostasy would occur – a heavier pole on one side would need to balance itself out, essentially causing to much weight and dragging the crust along with it. Velikosvky again on the subject:

    “One after the other, the scenes of upheaval and devastation have presented themselves to explorers, and almost every new cave opened, mountain thrust explored, under sea canyon investigated, has consistently disclosed the same picture of violence and desolation. Under the weigh of this evidence two great theories of the nineteenth century have become more and more strained: the theory of uniformity and the theory of evolution built upon it. The other fundamental teaching originating in the nineteenth century —the theory of ice ages — has been loaded more and more heavily with the responsibility for the geological facts revealed; however, the cause of the ice ages remained a much-discussed and never-agreed-upon subject.
    A true theory of the origin of ice ages, whether restoring to astronomical, geological, or atmospheric causes, must also explain why ice ages did not occur in north-easternSiberia, the coldest place on earth, but did occur in temperate latitudes, and in a much more remote past in India, Madagascar, and equatorial Brazil. None of the theories mentioned explains these strange facts. Hypotheses concerning warmer and colder areas in space, or the variability of the sun as a source of energy, are especially inadequate to account for the geographical distribution of the ice cover. Thus the concept of the ice ages, which is established in science as one of its most definite facts, serving also as a foundation for the theory of evolution, has no explanation itself.
    All other theories of the origin of the Ice Age having failed, there remained an avenue of approach which already early in the discussion was chosen by several geologists: a shift of the terrestrial poles. If for some reason the poles had moved from their original positions, old polar ice would have moved out of the Arctic and Ant-arctic circles and into new regions. The glacial cover of the Ice Age could been the polar icecap of an earlier epoch. Thus would be explained not only the origin of the ice cover but also the fact that its geographical position did not coincide with the present Polar Circles”

    Not only would a shifting of the actual crust explain the myriad of geological phenomenon, but it would help give testimony to cultural text and lore throughout the world. A shifting of the Earth’s crust would cause the ocean waters to slosh, flooding inland and washing up sea creatures, rocks and debris – pummelling them into caves.

    I highly recommend Velikovsky’s work, specifically Earth in Upheaval and Worlds in Collision. I would go so far as to say, they may perhaps be the most important works written in a very long time, considering its implications.

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