a reply to: ICycle2
Due to my cycle studies I did point out that Earth is heading towards a cold period.
What makes you think that?
You know, 'ice ages' are not as normal as people think, the 'Ice Age' didn't happen just because it was time for some cycle. Earth does have all kinds
of fluctuations, of course, it's a planet, moving at high speed in space every second of its existence.
However, cycles do not repeat like clockwork, and the cycles aren't 100% predictable or reliable in predicting anything. What people do on a planet
also affects that planet, then there's the whole solar cycle stuff that affects the whole solar system (like 'ice caps' melting also on Mars and such
little details the 'environmental alarmists' always forget to mention).
There is a REASON why Ice Age happened the last time - and there's ample evidence that it happened REALLY fast (what I am going to say supports very
speedy events indeed), as there were animals in the middle of eating a meal, frozen completely, so it was not a gradual process, cycle or movement
like that), too.
The reason is that there was a chain of events that happened in this solar system - I have explained it already at least once, but I can try to write
a small, condensed version of things, leaving out details about 'why'.
So, a planet that some esoteric and 'channeled' books have Christened 'Mallona', that had three moons, exploded.
This explosion is the reason why Earth's remaining moon is so full of craters and Mars has almost no atmosphere anymore.
It's also the reason for Earth's bigger moon being pushed towards Earth, and in a direct magnetic resistance, the bigger mass breaks the smaller mass,
so the moon was shred to pieces.
Earth had a 'water diaper' around it at the time, which guaranteed a tropical climate almost everywhere (this tropical climate is also proven by the
historians that talk about ancient times of this planet), instead of just a few places, like it's now.
This mass of water vapor also protected the surface from cosmic radiation, so people's lives were way longer (remember that ground radiation is also
lessened when the cosmic rays are blocked sufficiently), and this can be seen in the Bible; people used to live really long time before the 'great
flood', and their ages shortened considerably after it.
So, the moon exploded, and its pieces fell mostly on Atlantis-continent (this was not a coincidence, either, it has to do with spiritual abilities of
millions of enslaved people wanting the same thing to happen), and of course due to friction, these pieces became fiery hot, and in effect, like a
knife, cutting the 'water diaper' massively.
This meant that it was no longer uniform, so the 'water diaper' started moving towards the poles, where the resistance is weakest, so they basically
'rained down' on both poles, and almost drowned the planet - this was the 'great flood'.
Of course when the water had all flooded the planet, the following sub-pressure VERY quickly froze enormous masses of land and water to slowly-melting
'eternal ice' (for lack of better term).
As Earth only has one moon, and no more a 'water diaper' around it, another similar Ice Age would be pretty difficult to envision happening, at least
the same way.
You must have something really solid to so firmly believe in the theory that another Ice Age might happen - in my opinion, it can't, not to that kind
of massive extent anyway.
The weather may fluctuate and change, the temperature may cool or warm, but it's never (at least in practical sense) going to become what the Ice Age
was, and after reading this post, this fact should be obvious to everyone.
Ice Ages don't just 'happen' - don't look at the past to predict the future, that's not how anything works. SOMETHING may happen, but it's not gonna
be the same thing.