Do Volcanoes Attract Meteors?

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Do Volcanoes Attract Meteors?

Post by Djchrismac » Sun Jan 21, 2018 5:35 pm

Comyns Beaumont's first book, The Riddle of the Earth, shows some excellent reasoning and lots of evidence that Volcanoes attract meteors. Many weather anomalies and earthquakes coincide with these events and observing maps and other evidence also shows that there is a north east to south west line for this, with exceptions being a result of the tilting of the Earth's axis post-deluge by 23.5 degrees which also added 5 days to our orbit, from 360 to 365 days.

Doing some follow up research confirmed a lot of Comyn's research, such as the path of an earthquake moving from NE to SW - Messina/Reggio is north East of Etna which also erupted, and the earthquake was preceed by a loud bang and flash first, followed by torrential rain, an electrical storm and then the eruption and larger earthquake and tsunami which eventually killed c.80,000 people but possibly many more thousands.

https://archive.org/stream/italysgreath ... t_djvu.txt
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1908_Messina_earthquake

A fairly recent scientific expedition from Malta, investigating this tsunami which also hit Malta in 1908 following the Messina-Reggio incident, was on the boat called... the RV Meteor!

https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/v ... ami.402333

Checking some gravity and magnetic anomaly maps and kml files on google earth shows that these regions, especially those along the volcanic regions of the planet such as the pacific ring of fire, are different to the surrounding areas.

Many volcanic craters and parasitic cones are also along this NE-SW line, with CB theorising that the magnetic pull from the north pole attracts meteors and more often than not towards volcanoes, some also creating volcanic islands when hitting the sea.

The second half of the book is more about the attraction of comets to the sun and how many meteor storms are a result of the break-up of comets, with few if any making a return journey every X number of years as mainstream science maintains. Cometary gases and tails, when passing our orbit, also bring with them deluges and freak weather events and there is overwhelming evidence for this too.

It also delves into mythology for further supporting evidence and really hits home how much meteors and comets are underplayed by science, almost as if they don't want us to worry about them or investigate what we know as the Great Bombardment and events during the wars of the Gods and Giants.

Finally, the focus is on comets and the deluge, looking at the mystery of the drift, which instead of being a long and slow geoelogic event involving massive ice sheets covering the planet, a clear fudge by geologists who look to the ground and don't entertain any corroborating evidence from the sky, shows evidence of an impact by a comet which landed in the north Atlantic...

http://www.twelvearound1.com/excerptsridlerf.html

I've also finished his second book, The Mysterious Comet, which goes into more detail about meteors and weather, comets, the invasion of the seas, rising oceans, the drift and the drowning of Britain, raised beaches, climate deterioration and dying races, showing how such a global catastrophe resulted in the original ancient world of the Old Testament, referred to throughout along with mythology, migrating south to around the Mediterranean and Africa as a result of the mini-ice age which followed the deluge. He also emphasises how this was all a lot later in history and the chronology than we have been led to believe, setting up a closer look at our history and chronology, the original biblical lands and the cover up of the Roman Empire of the truth which is the next book i'm now reading.

http://www.twelvearound1.com/forewordmc.html

In summary:

A) A comet or series of meteors in striking the earth compel readjustment of the earths centre of gravity or axis, and this necessarily means a change in the Poles.
B) Such appulsion may be great or relatively great or it may be small.
C) Its direct effects mean earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tempests, floods, and in many cases physical changes on a big scale. It may destroy numbers of existing types and may usher in new types.
D) Indirectly it may greatly change the earth's climate, apart from the drastic local changes in the direction of the former and new poles.
(a lot of evidence is also shown regarding the drift and how Britain had a much warmer climate before this event, before the tilt moved our Isles further north)
E)The point of appulsion necessarily has a bearing on the indirect changes, namely, the new angle of obliquity, or list that may be caused, and again, the weight of the new materia which affects the earth's orbit and distance from the sun.
(adding an extra 5 days and resetting the calendar, as shown and recorded in countless stone circles and ancient monuments)
F) The weight of the new materia as far as permanent effects are concerned in the earth's obliquity (not orbit) is limited to the solid materia, because eventually the water (i.e. the condensed gases) must flow and move until they are equalised horizontally.

Jeff Nisbet has also done some excellent related research which can be found here:

http://www.mythomorph.com/wp/the-pyrami ... revisited/

As Comyn's first book is from 1925 and the next one from 1932, he does miss out on some things that modern science has expanded upon since (especially the incredible Shock Dynamics Theory by John Michael Fischer - http://www.newgeology.us/), but overall it's a very logical investigation and also provides more evidence to support an expanding earth, the great bombardment and the subsequent covering up and creation of a new history and chronology, as per the daniel papers.

More recently, mainstream scientists have been finding lots of evidence of meteor strikes in Scotland, in Skye and Lairg, yet more proof of the destruction of Atlantis, the Bargos Islands and northern UK as a result of the Great Bombardment, an event that massively affected the entire planet:

https://toriherridge.com/2016/09/23/wal ... backstory/
http://www.sci-news.com/geology/meteori ... 05539.html

Comyns research also provides an explanation for the many vitrified hill forts in Scotland, being a result of meteoric electrical storms, funnily enough with the NE walls showing the most evidence of this.

Fascinating stuff and well worth further discussion as from what I have read so far, it not only validates the daniel papers even more but it looks like meteors and comets play a much bigger role in our planet than the mainstream would have us believe...

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Re: Do Volcanoes Attract Meteors?

Post by LoneBear » Mon Jan 22, 2018 3:48 pm

Pleasant surprise, logging in to find some interesting research posted (that isn't mine!).

Have you used the Reciprocal System to come up with a theory on the association between volcanoes and meteors?

I just read a piece discussing that cometary tails are NOT the vaporized gas and dust from the head of the comet, but a "wake" formed by movement through aether (the "solid" of 3D time), much like the wake a boat leave moving through water--except the "splash" is visible light. Interesting supporting evidence was that the mass lost to the tail far exceeds the size of the cometary head--the comet would have completely disintegrated well before reaching the loop around the sun.

Also, when the Earth passed through the tail of Halley's comet--nothing happened.

My study of lightning (which also occurs in abundance with volcanoes) was that lightning is cosmic ray decay--the electrical display is the effect, not the cause. This would indicate that weather fronts moving across the Earth are not the result of atmospheric pressure, but some kind of shear going on between the material and cosmic aspects of Earth--the strain causing the pressure changes, bad weather and lightning.

So I think it is likely that volcanoes and fault lines work very differently than we are told. You've researched a lot of this--can you come up with an RS theory/hypothesis to give a new view of volcanoes? Just thinking... in a hurricane, rain pours down. In a volcano, fire pours up. Perhaps a type of "inverse hurricane" or a "weather system" that moves through the solid mantle of Earth, rather than its atmosphere?
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Re: Do Volcanoes Attract Meteors?

Post by Djchrismac » Mon Jan 22, 2018 7:59 pm

Thanks, it's taken me a while to read the two books but they brought up lots of interesting food for thought. A quick RS2 refresher and re-reading of your lightning and earthquake posts on the RS2 forum has helped me form a theory...

First of all though, I agree with the mass lost to the tail exceeding the size of the cometary head and how it disintegrates before ever completing a loop around the sun:

Comyns Beaumont questioned whether a comet can possess a settled orbit and could circumscribe a definite elipse aroudn the sun for any length of time. Astronomers assert this yet a comet must obey the law of gravity like all heavenly bodies and add in the vast magnetic attraction of the sun and they are pulled in and ultimately consumed.

An orbit of 76 years for Haley's comet for example is absurd, many famous comets do not return as predicted, others are early or late so it is misdirection and very doubtful that a comet can be identified as being the same one from a previous sighting, comets possess no consistency. When they enter the solar system they pursue a direct path to the sun, are subjected to a powerful tidal strain and the tremendous magnetic energy upon a body undergoing disruption every moment, constantly wasting its own substance and analysis of the spectrum indicates that a comet nucleus, consisting of a mass of meteoric iron, granite and rocks, is followed by liquified basalt down to smaller masses such as clay, chalk, lime, sand and the tail of gases as the particles are sifted out into their order according to weight.

Different materials in the comet provide different coloured tails (often serpent like in appearance) and this constant losing of substance and wasting away makes it impossible for a comet to sustain and orbit for any length of time, for there cannot be any geometrical figure, elipse, parabola or hyperbola to describe a moving body whose weight and accordingly gravity is continually shifting.

If a larger comet does bring the body round to an elipse, gravity and weakened mass the circuit will get smaller, there is no real orbit of any comet as gravity will eventually result in it feeding the sun. Once drawn into the radius of solar influence it cannot defy gravity and whisk off again, it will be devoured and the ancient races of mankind were well aware of these principles. It's also pretty logical!

Beaumont maintains that meteors striking the earth, being attracted by volcanoes, causes earthquakes but also that they cause the earthquakes when flying past, with the line of the seismic activity following the meteor's path.

Reviewing your lightning and earthquake RS2 posts got me thinking...

https://reciprocal.systems/phpBB3/viewt ... =lightning
https://reciprocal.systems/phpBB3/viewt ... ning#p2886

... the force of a comet moving through space/aether would surely have a wake in front of it caused by the force of motion, as seen when a meteor or space shuttle enters the atmosphere. In the same way as the motion of the planets affects and pulls the tide of the water on earth, surely the same can be said for the mantle underneath?

A majority, if not all volcanoes are at weak points in the mantle, caused by it slipping as a result of the earlier collision which caused the deluge and created mountains, again as seen on Mike's brilliant http://www.newgeology.us/ website and videos. Even a close fly by of a comet or meteor can greatly affect the weather on earth, shown in countless examples in the book, so it stands to reason that the shearing of the material and cosmic sectors is also happening here and I would add that the added magnetic attraction between these volcanic weak points and meteoric or comet components is creating the same affect as lightning...
"What is required is a cosmic-material exchange, where not only cosmic matter enters the material sector, but the inverse situation also occurs--material matter enters the cosmic sector. What you then have is two ranges of effects, the sublight-to-FTL transition, dumping visible light and RF (flashes and radio noise, very common with lightning) of m-matter being accelerated to FTL motion, and the conjugate FTL-to-sublight transition of the incoming cosmic matter, dumping X-rays, gamma rays and neutrinos.

I postulate that there is some kind of catalyst that goes on during thunderstorms that lowers the threshold that keeps the material and cosmic atoms apart, allowing brief--and explosive--exchanges." BPeret
https://reciprocal.systems/phpBB3/viewt ... =lightning

This cosmic-material exchange is just more powerful and results in the mantle bursting up from a volcano, while the electrical storms and rainstorms fall to earth. Essentially it could be just like sunspots, another topic Beaumont discussed, marking a seat of tremendous activity with solar prominences being an outburst of hydrogen, calcium and other metallic vapours, thrown up with tremendous velocity and similarly are believed to be connected with magnetic storms. Meteors and comets hitting the sun could be having the same effect on the earth, the strain or shear between the two bodies and the material and cosmic creating these events.

By the same reasoning, if planets are an inverse sun and the sun is blasting out large solar prominences and flares on the outside, then similar must be happening but on the inside of the earth, creating earthquakes.
"To understand, take that 9-snapshot series in the Lightning topic linked and do a mirror-image so it starts underground, working its way to the surface. What you get is a deep underground explosion (boom), and fractures making their way to the surface, splitting the crust as it goes. Basically, "inverse lightning."

Lightning occurs in three zones: tropospheric (regular lightning), stratospheric (blue jets) and mesospheric (sprites/elves).

Earthquakes occur in three zones: shallow focus (sial crust), mid-focus (sima crust) and deep focus (mantle); basically, the same "discrete" layers that you find in the atmosphere, with about the same ratio of depths.

The bulk of lightning we experience is tropospheric, with mesospheric sprites and elves being rare events. The bulk of earthquakes we experience are shallow focus, where deep focus quakes are rare by comparison. Same pattern." BPeret
https://reciprocal.systems/phpBB3/viewt ... ning#p2886

As above, so below.

Using this logic again, if the sun is attracting comets, could it be that the earth actually repels them or that the sun's attraction is so strong that only meteors can be attracted towards earth or another planetery body? Perhaps it wasn't a comet strike that caused the deluge and creation of the current layout of the landmasses of the planet, also adding an extra 5 days to our orbit, it could well be that a passing comet was broken up - see the Golspie stone in Scotland and a few other surviving ancient monuments that were thankfully not destroyed by the romans and the church, they show a twin comet and a marked change in astrology as the changing in the orbit and rotation of the planet required a resetting of the astronomical calendar. It could be that Comyns is partially correct, the twin comet he proposes could well have been two large sections of the comet that were drawn in on a collision course with earth, either by gravity, by design (I'm looking at you Enlil!) or a combination of both?

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Golspie Stone

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Dunnichen Stone

To quote CB at the end of chapter V of The Mysterious Comet:
"The evidence so far collated reveals the story of a comet from the time as a planet loses its position among the throng worshipping around the central throne of heaven; falling headlong like Lucifer through space, snapped up by our sun when it enters his realm of power; drawn rapidly towards our great orb into whose embrace it must inevitably come; breaking up into meteors great and small which in their turn are carried on for a period by their tremendous momentum, destined either to fall into the sun or to replenish a planet whose pass they intersect; such, then, is the story of a comet, the medium between the Almighty and man, the Creator and the Destroyer."
(Beaumont believes that comets could be the end cycle of a planet whic eventually breaks from it's orbit)

An image at the start of the book is also very interesting (I can't find it online unfortunately) - A meteorite described as a tornado at Sherman South Dakota (Sheer... man! :wink:) - "It appeared suddenly after a hot, still afternoon and came writhing to the ground in serpentine form".

I think a key could be the magnetic attraction (or repulsion), are you able to shed any light on this using your far superior knowledge of the RS? A proper deciphering of the ancient "Pictish" stones could very well be key here too, these were built to last and it's lucky that a few have survived to pass on a very important message to us...

I definitely think a combination of your lightning and earthquake research above, with the meteors and comets research by Comyns Beaumont, indicates a large disruption between the material and cosmic, with a meeting in the middle followed by both sectors trying to balance out back to unity following this, possibly causing some of the other observations and weather events as a result.

It's very late and I need to get to bed so apologies if this is a bit rushed but I wanted to reply to it tonight and strike while the iron was hot... :D

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Re: Do Volcanoes Attract Meteors?

Post by Ilkka » Tue Jan 23, 2018 4:09 pm

I was thinking about the serpents in the stone they seem to bite each others tails. So maybe it is a two different serpent fighting each other, Enki vs. Enlil.

If the "comets" have the same core that all moons have then they would be little space ships, dead ones or not yet "captured" and built to be space stations, which would explain the tail being something not vapor and it being more than it should. One of natural forms of imploded white dwarf core matter, that has aggregated some solids and liquids in its path through the dust clouds etc. Like natures little vacuum cleaners in space, sounds like a poor scifi movie title that one. :D
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Re: Do Volcanoes Attract Meteors?

Post by LoneBear » Tue Jan 23, 2018 9:17 pm

Something that occurred to me was that there are two types of volcanic rock (southern Utah is full of volcanic rocks): stony and iron. The stony ones tend to be light with a light, small bubbled surface. The iron ones are heavy with large bubbles in them.

Curiously, asteroids/meteors come in two types, as well: stony and nickel-iron, with the same physical appearance. Larson talks about the stony meteors coming from the external regions of the sun, after a supernova (the low-speed material), whereas the nickel-iron ones come from the region of where the matter has reached the age limit in the nickel-iron-cobalt range, and exploded.

Got to wonder if this is coincidence... there may be processes going on inside the earth that mimic supernovas--and the volcano is just a "micronova," with similar attributes as a supernova, but on the "inverse" side of things.
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