Islands In The Sky







"Islands in the Sky"

After the breakup of Pangea, the slippages of Earth's crust caused the upheavals that formed the many mountain ranges. The later series of geological changes included more than one era of floodings. The geological timelines tend to repeat their histories several thousand years apart. The mythological retellings scribed upon stone by the ancient Sumerians and that of the later biblical history are most similar except for the cast of names of the co-participants in the re-building and re-education of the remnant survivors of these events.

We must then rethink the logic as to why the visitors we refer to as ancient alien astronauts, landed upon the mountain top islands. Even today, there are fertile valleys and streams between these mountainous ridges. Evidence of Terra's anthropogenic and archaeological ancient histories are to be found there, rather than in the low lands of our present dwellings that, were once lakes and oceanic bottoms.

Why is it that Peru and Lake Titicaca inspire so much compelling intrigue for those who are soul searching for the answers to their own Source of Origin? When Oannes and crew emerged from their watery world to walk on Terra Firma once again, the newly formed mountain ranges were as Islands in the Sky.

Was the gravitational field around our planetary sphere lessened enough to make it possible to re-locate large quarried stones and barge them to their mountain top sanctuaries for the required re-constructions upon these Islands in the Sky?

Most of these temple sites may have had Great Walls built around them for the protection against the yet storm tossed ocean waves. Was the worship of the Sun by the remnant seed an acknowledgment of the warming radiations that began the restorations of terra firma? Are we now co-participating in these ongoing continuums?




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Credit Expedition 1, ISS, EOL NASA

High in the mountain tops of the Andes, Trilobites,
and ancient water beetle, dating back  some
3 million years can yet be found.
This one is from Brazil

How were the Himalayan and Appalachian Mountain Ranges formed?

Which is older?

Peaks and glaciers in the Himalayan Mountain Range