Big Changes Ahead Series – What’s Really Going On Today

A picture of a hand holding a glowing earth globe in his hand with a butterfly on the globe.Back in 1991, I was teaching Environmental Science and International Geography at The University of North Texas when I wrote the book Move Onto The Highest Mountains. At that time, I was researching why recent Earth changes and Natural Disasters were increasing.

I discovered that the location of the Earth’s North and South geographic poles over the past 500 myr is the underlying cause behind the historic Earth events occurring today.

And I mapped it. Starting from 500 myr ago.

I was ahead of my time. 

No one could understand what I had discovered. People were’t even talking about “global warming” back then. We have lived in an “out of sight-out of mind” scenario – until a natural disaster affects someone personally, people just don’t get it; they do not engage unless it affects them directly.

That said, our general awareness is improving some today because as the Earth’s poles become more unstable, the effects are very noticeable now. They are beginning to impact everyone’s life around the world.

Now it’s time to introduce my discovery – the time has come for those who know that something is very wrong with our planet learn what I uncovered. People are finally figuring out that current, historic Earth changes are not due to man-made global warming caused by your fireplace or your SUV. Yes, we are polluting our planet beyond reason. And yes, our destruction of the Earth’s ecosystems is criminal.

Think Fukushima. Consider GMO farming.

Messing in our nest is definitely making life worse and killing millions of plant and animal species on our planet, but the core cause to the threat of our survival is much bigger than pollution and our irresponsibility.

Much more powerful.

three scary skulls representing Judgment Day

We are polluting our planet beyond reason.

What’s Really Going On Today

The changes going on today are due to the culmination of many things, but the main driver is a massive Earth shift happening right under our noses. Even though this natural, cyclic event isn’t widely understood as the reason we have an increase in natural disasters today, my research introduces this possibility and must be added to the mix.

Earthquakes and volcanoes, bizarre temperature changes, mammoth tornadoes, unexpected hurricanes, and record floods: these major Earth events have been relatively quiet throughout our history, but our planet is “waking up” today and more Earth activity and natural disasters are on the horizon.

The Earth is forever changing, and this is the thread of the human story that we face today.

Most of us are faced with man-made issues like pollution, depleted natural resources, corrupted finances and over-crowded spaces. We have been too busy trying to survive to notice that the planet Earth is making big changes, and these changes will affect us all.

An Unstable Axis

The Earth’s rotation on its axis has become increasingly unstable, and the rise in storms, unseasonable weather, powerful earthquakes and volcanoes are increasing, and are literally popping out of nowhere because our planet is shifting on its axis – the North Pole is changing its direction toward the Sun.

This shift will affect everyone around the globe, and that means you and me.

Move Onto The Highest Mountains is a book about the past, present and future of the planet that we call home; its a big undertaking trying to introduce such a theory within a mere, few hundred pages, but it brings to light one of the most important concepts in modern time.

This is a true story using geology as the tool to introduce a higher human awareness. The Earth is evolving, but so are we.

One helps the other understand where we have come, where we are today, where we are heading tomorrow, and why we must be aware of the Earth’s very powerful dynamics that literally determine our survival.

By rewinding a very ancient geologic clock, we can look back in time to better understand what is happening to the Earth today. By connecting the many Earth changes today with the same events that happened millions of years ago, we can better determine how our future – everyone’s future – fits into the greater plan.

“Water is a purifying agent, cleansing all that is impure.  One day, water will cover the Earth, killing many things. This will happen one day soon, so we must move onto the highest mountains to survive.”
– Ancient American Indians, written in 540 A.D.

A picture of one of the giant heads on Easter Island.

The ancients strived to reach their highest peak of personal awareness.

The ancients strived to reach their highest peak of personal awareness in order to better understand the Earth; this kept them in balance with Nature. Modern humans have gotten lost along the way.

If we are going to survive as a species alongside the Earth’s very powerful forces, we, as individuals, must remember that when the Earth shifts, we shift with it.

To date, my book agent has not been able to find a publisher interested in my discovery. So, I will publish it online. In the meantime in order to increase awareness, I will be writing a series of blog posts taken from my book, Move Onto The Highest Mountains.

Stay tuned.

An exit sign on a highway that says Changes: Next Exit

We can’t stop inevitable Earth changes. But, we can certainly learn more about them.