Earth Glyph

Mexico, Java, and Argentina Triangle



Planet-Changing Tectonic Fracture

Large earthquakes shook every major fault line on Earth following a tectonic fracture on April 11, 2012. The fracture separated three fused tectonic plates at the opposite-point antipode of an asteroid impact 66 million years ago. Three smaller plates had fused together in the area of the meteor antipode. The process of restoring balance in the planet after this historic separation of fused tectonic plates continues. The planet's surface is rapidly shifting on the axis of rotation toward the British Isles in the Atlantic Ocean. This will change the tilt of the celestial pillar (magnetic equator) toward the Van Allen Belt.

Laid over a map of the planet, the Earth glyph from Mexico functions as a template of the Earth's geological stresses. The TimeStar Earth Map (below) modernly extrapolates the Earth glyph. Another template for eclipses the timekeepers periodically updated was used to predict the July 11, 1991 solar eclipse 1,000 years in advance.

Following the Earth glyph's indication of impact near the equator in the west and a sequence of repeating earthquakes in 2011, I identified the antipodal hotspot for the Chicxulub asteroid at Christmas Island in the fracture zone.

South Atlantic and South Atlantic Anomaly, Antarctic, South Sandwich Islands, mid-Atlantic Ridge, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Southern Africa

Rising Islands / Underwater Volcanoes


New island rises in the Red Sea:

On December 19, 2011, satellites detected sulfur dioxide and a small volcanic plume in the area, and by December 23 a new island had formed in the Red Sea. The island continued to grow in early January, but stopped by January 15th.

New island visible in Canary Islands:

What would the island be called? And who would own it? Spewing magma and growing in height, an underwater volcano off the Canary Island of El Hierro has captured the imagination of locals in recent weeks. It could eventually rise from the sea to create a new part of the archipelago.


MARIANA ISLANDS: Pilots and seamen in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands are being warned to keep away from an underwater volcano which has erupted. The Governor Benigno Fitial declared a State of Emergency at the weekend following the eruption of the volcano south of Sarigan Island. Sarigan is uninhabited, but travellers are being cautioned to keep at least five nautical miles clear. Our correspondent in Saipan, Mark Rabago, says the Emergency Management Office is monitoring the impact but so far little is known. “Current evidence points to a source being the submarine sea mouth, south of Sarigan, that there was a cloud that contained either ash or water vapour that appeared north of Anatahan volcano and now coming towards the CNMI and Guam.” Mark Rabago says a team of scientists is expected to investigate the eruption. (May 30, 2010) 
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IWO JIMA: - February 4, 2010


TONGA: - March 19, 2009


KILAUEA, HAWAII: - April 6, 2008


Near Tonga:   A new volcanic island has risen from the South Pacific near Tonga, according to reports from two vessels that passed the area… He said they could see the volcanic island clearly. "One mile in diameter and with four peaks and a central crater smoking with steam and once in a while an outburst high in the sky with lava and ashes. I think we're the first ones out here," he reported.   (Published by CNN on November 9, 2006.)  



Sumatra-Andaman earthquake : This quake caused the entire planet to ring like a bell and affected the North Pacific area of Alaska by way of the tsunami that followed on December 26, 2004.   An event like this has repurcussion for at least a decade.   The earthquake was unusually large in geographical extent. An estimated 1,200 km (750 mi) of faultline slipped about 15 m (50 ft) along the subduction zone where the India Plate dives under the Burma Plate . The slip did not happen instantaneously but took place in two phases over a period of several minutes.


Amchixtam Chaxsxii Volcano, Alaska :   This is the only active underwater volcano in the Aleutians.   Discovered in 2002, it will eventually be an island in the Aleutian chain.   At the time of its discovery, long and extensive magma flows were present.   


Kick'em Jenny is one of the most active volcanoes in the Caribbean and is currently only 190 meters below the surface. It last erupted in December 2001.

[Reuters] For the fourth time in the past 90 years, a small islet off the coast of Trinidad suddenly appeared from beneath the ocean several days ago [prior to May 21, 2001]. Residents of the coastal city of Chatham awoke to find the new territory once again in the Columbus Channel about 1.5 miles (2.5 km) offshore.   In the few days since the nameless island has resurfaced, it has already become home to many birds. It has also generated extra income for local fishermen, who are providing boat rides for the curious to take a closer look at the capricious island. However, scientists Jan Lindsay and Kirstie Simpson said the fragile island had formed from a mud volcano and warned people to stay off of it as it could explode in eruptions of mud or emit toxic gasses that could spontaneously combust.


Kavachi, Solomon Island: An international science team has witnessed the dramatic birth of a new volcanic island in the Pacific.   The rare event was witnessed by scientists during a research expedition to the Solomon Islands on the CSIRO research vessel Franklin.   The Franklin is returning to Darwin after two successful cruises looking at volcanic activity and associated mineral formation in the Bismarck Sea and the Pacific. From the first leg of the expedition, scientists are bringing back a world record size "black smoker" chimney from the bottom of the Bismarck Sea.   On the second leg of the cruise, scientists found the Kavachi seamount had entered a new phase of island-building eruptive activity after 9 years of apparent dormancy.


Loihi Seamount, Hawaii:   The largest earthquakes swarm ever associated with a Hawaiian island started July 17, 1996 and resulted in the collapse of the Loihi Seamount.   "We have never witnessed (directly or remotely) a Hawaiian submarine effusive eruption so it is possible that this could be one.   The long duration of the swarm event and the moderate magnitude of the quakes are most compatible with either a pit crater collapse or an explosive eruption origin."


Metis Shoal, Tonga:   This normally submerged volcano was reported to be in eruption on June 6, 1995. The New Zealand Hydrographic Office issued a warning for ships in the area to be careful. By June 21 continuing eruptions had built a small island 50-80m high and covering several acres. A 200-500m wide cinder cone is forming with ash and steam shooting hundreds of meters into the air.