This is probably one of the most controversial and problematic topics on the internet today. The question of whether or IF there will be a pole shift, and the possibility that entire sections of densely populated coastlines all around the world might be quickly submerged has aroused fierce debate for at least the past 20 or 30 years, [during which time the internet came into being], and since the year 2000 more and more maps and prophetic information has been aggregated widely online. In the video below Nancy Lieder makes some very astute observations, while in the next breath she makes some quite startling predictions as well, among which she states calmly that “India will become the new south pole” after the pole shift. Is she correct? Just who exactly is going to be alive to know and recall, should such an event occur?
From Edgar Cayce’s predictions – which were mostly made in the 1930s and 40s, to much older and well known passages in scripture, diverse predictions of an “end time” global catastrophe have been made again and again over the past 2500 years. The problem has been that as of yet – none of these “earth changes” prophecies have come true. Or have they? If you adjust the timelines given along with many of these maps, you find that some of the predicted earth changes seem to be unfolding right before our eyes. Here are several interesting maps I found this morning, many of which I have published over and over again on some of my other news blogs.
The first map below may or may not be utterly nonsensical, since it shows EVERYTHING on earth as inverted directly upside down. The problem with making predictions like this is that no one but God knows exactly how and to what degree the earth’s crust would slip, and to what degree the whole earth would simply tilt, or actually flip. If the scenario shown below actually unfolded in a pole shift scenario, very little human life would be left alive on the surface in the horrific aftermath.
The next map is very well executed artistically and endeavors to predict what a post-earth changes world map might look like 100 million years after the event. That also doesn’t seem to be much help to our human population in the here and now in 2014 A.D.
Gordon Michael Scallion’s “new world map” post pole shift originally predicted that most or all of the dramatic changes shown below [ the new USA map ] would take place between 1998 and 2013. WRONG once again. One by one, many modern predictors of worldwide flooding and catastrophe have been proven wrong when their timelines failed to materialize – thus their credibility badly eroded. But what if our understanding of these timelines is in error? What if these changes are destined to creep onto world coastlines slowly, over time – over perhaps several hundred or several thousand years? The gradual accumulating effects of such changes would still have a dramatic impact on most of the human population:
Europe fares the worst in this post-pole shift scenario envisioned by Scallion in the late 1990s, with only the highlands of Norway, Scotland, Ireland, Switzerland and Spain remaining above water. Great Britain is gone:
See http://timeline2012.net for more Gordon Michael Scallion post-pole shift maps like the one above for other regions of the globe.
The next map shows a “new north pole” location dead in the center of the Canadian land mass, and a new south pole just due south of the continent of Australia:
The next map, for reasons I really can’t explain, seems to me to be the MOST PLAUSIBLE projection of a post pole shift America after a serious planetary tilt and subsequent crust slippage [ also known as “crustal displacement” ]. Maybe I feel this way because this is the scenario which allows most of America to survive above land. Maybe none of these maps mean a darn thing, but make for some very interesting ‘imaginary maps eye candy’, yet I can’t shake the re-occurring feeling that the next map below illustrates what’s most likely to take place – a slippage, a tilt, a huge wobble – but not a complete flip. This new America, what’s left of her, is more tropical, and most likely is about 10-15 degrees hotter year round, excluding the northernmost regions of New England.
The next map below is helpful for Americans as it is a composite overlay of the prophesied earth changes in America from three different sources, showing what projected changes that all three maps agree on – and the differences: