There is a planetary cycle that has been occurring for eons within our solar system. Venus and Mercury were each once long ago earth-like planets.
Mars and the six largest moons of the gas giant planets are individually proto-earths. These ten certain astronomical bodies shift in an ongoing cycle
around every 567 million years. As one shifts it will eventually be replaced by the next.
Earth’s formation process begins inside of Jupiter. Within its “Great Red Spot” an embryonic earth is undergoing formation, once completed it
will emerge from the Jovian atmosphere to become the next Io. Current Io will become the next Europa. Current Europa will become the next Ganymede.
Current Ganymede will become the next Callisto. Current Callisto will become the next Titan orbiting Saturn. Current Titan will become the next Triton
orbiting Neptune. Current Triton will become the next Mars. Current Mars will become the next Earth. Our planet will inevitably become like Venus.
Current Venus will become the next Mercury. Current Mercury will ultimately fall into the Sun.
Terrestrial planetary formation appears to be similar to an assembly line and results in such a process that there must be GOD. These proto-earths
originally shift away from Jupiter and the sun. Triton [the sixth proto-earth] is in orbit around Neptune and is the only known large moon in
retrograde orbit. This signifies that it will shift back towards the sun to become the final proto-earth. In millions of years from now Mars will
enter into its final transformation phase of Earth formation.
Is Mars Pangaea?
"Mars has a diameter about as wide as the continent of Africa. Its overall size, or surface area, is about eight times less than Earth's, but it
has the same amount of dry land.
Venus: Apparent Remnants of Seven Continents
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The evident remains of the seven major continents can be seen from differences in elevation.
Keep in mind Venus was an earth-like planet over half a billion years ago so what you see is after a very long time of extreme erosion, cataclysms,
and the planets has compressed by around 400 miles.
Probe hints Venus once had oceans and plate tectonics
"Europe's Venus Express orbiter suggests that some of the planet's surface is made of granite, which on Earth needs water and plate tectonics to
"Granite is the signature rock of the continents."
Mercury: Core Remains of a Planet
“Mercury’s core occupies a large fraction of the planet, about 85% of the planetary radius, even larger than previous estimates. Because of the
planet’s small size, at one time many scientists thought the interior should have cooled to the point that the core would be solid. However, subtle
dynamical motions measured from Earth-based radar, combined with MESSENGER’s newly measured parameters of the gravity field and the characteristics
of Mercury’s internal magnetic field that signify an active core dynamo, indicate that the planet’s core is at least partially liquid.”
Io #1 Proto-Earth
"Io is the most geologically active body in the Solar System, and though it is less than a third of Earth's size, it generates twice as much heat as
"Jupiter's volcano-pocked moon Io has been found by NASA's Galileo spacecraft to have a giant iron core that takes up half its diameter, scientists
report in today's issue of Science magazine."
Europa #2 Proto-Earth
With a volume 2-3 times the volume of water in Earth's oceans, the global ocean on Europa holds out a tantalizing destination in the search for
extraterrestrial life in our solar system."
Ganymede #3 Proto-Earth
"The surface of Ganymede shares many similarities with Europa. Ganymede's surface is also made of water ice, but unlike Europa's surface, it shows
signs of varying age.
"Ganymede is the largest satellite in our solar system. It is larger than Mercury and Pluto, and three-quarters the size of Mars. If Ganymede orbited
the sun instead of orbiting Jupiter, it would easily be classified as a planet."
Callisto #4 Proto-Earth
"Callisto is the second largest moon of Jupiter and is about the same size as the planet Mercury. Whereas Io has the youngest surface in the Solar
System, Callisto has the oldest. Its crust dates back 4 billion years, just shortly after the solar system was formed. Its ancient history is evident
by having the most cratered surface of any moon in the solar system."
The assumption of one "heavy bombardment event" is a false pretense. Callisto's heavily cratered surface proves it's the oldest of the Galilean
"Titan is most akin to Jupiter's moon Callisto, if Callisto had weather"
Titan #5 Proto-Earth
"Our solar system has at least 170 moons orbiting the main planets. Before these moons were visited by spacecraft, astronomers expected them to be
boring, dead objects devoid of any geologic features. We now know they are fantastic worlds - with features unlike anything seen on Earth: giant
sulfur-spewing volcanoes, globally cracked ice-covered surfaces, liquid lakes of hydrocarbons, and colossal watery plumes. Yet many of these worlds
are also earthlike and familiar. Titan, the giant moon of Saturn, has often been called an Earth in deep freeze, with cloud systems, lakes,
shorelines, drainage fields and even perhaps rain."
*Original Astronomical Discovery by
Logan Patrik Madaras
edit on 24-1-2013 by Logan13 because: (no reason given)
edit on 24-1-2013 by Logan13
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