posted on Feb, 8 2011 @ 01:02 PM
reply to post by Endure
during a breakdown in the magnetic field, as a magnetic polar shift happens, it's possible that a theory about the displacement of the earths crust
is true - that the crust could literally become unhinged from the mantel in such a way that the crust would experience lag. Sure others here have more
info on that, but that's what I think of with the mountains and islands reference. However, the sky rolling up reference is a little trickier and
seems to me to suggest a visual phenomenon that could be related to either the physical crust displacement or to some form of electromagnetic "fog"
caused by tumult in the fields
One thing I don't see many references to is Rev 6:13, where the "stars" fall from the sky like "figs".. An interesting dynamic of the earth-sun
connection is that during periods of high solar activity, the atmosphere literally expands and this creates drag on satellites. I can certain imagine
a large flare or other disturbance causing the atmosphere to expand radically - enough to cause satellites to fall out of orbit.
Interesting stuff when you really look at it. All this junk about a pole-shift taking place over 5,000 or more years, to me, is narrow-minded
thinking. Geologists were eventually proven officially wrong on their gradualism theories with evidence that mountains and valleys, etc, can be formed
over periods of 10 years or less due to violent earthquakes, etc. It's only a matter of time before the same happens with these other gradualism
theories.. Things happen fast when they reach their tipping point