(030) The Grand Canyon of Arizona – Evidence of Receding Flood Waters

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June 28, 2015

Complete lack of understanding global mechanisms produce some of the most ridiculous theories for explaining earth formations. 

Take a look at the Grand Canyon, and even man's IQ of 90 should not persuade the observer to believe that the contour of the land was formed over a period of millions of years.

So then, what happened that carved the canyons the way we see them shaped today? The only correct answer is THE POWER OF RECEDING WATERS! Those forces are not working today, and that's why we cannot observe them except with our minds and an understanding of earth's catastrophic history.

Without taking up much of your time, let me put it to you in a nutshell:

Earth was found in a temporary conjunction with another planet - Mars in this case.

It came too close for comfort and caused crustal deformations on both surfaces which also affected their ocean waters.

Mountain ranges were formed in hours and simultaneously oceanic water masses rinsed over continents affecting all life on earth. (Evidence: coal deposits).

Ocean floors rose in places as continents sank from the weight of oceanic tidal waves which were several miles high.

When Mars departed earth’s gravitational critical field, stillness set in.

Suspended earth materials in ocean waters settled down on newly-formed ocean floors, forming the horizontal rock strata as we see them now in the canyons of Arizona. They began to harden into one solid still incomplete but layered rock mass.

Then 54 or 108 years go by and Mars returns with another critical close encounter.

As continents sink, the Arizona area rises with its flat ocean floor from magma lifting it gently and evenly, and as those floors settle to its current height of approx 1000 ft above sea level, the waters above have no choice but to flow downhill into their new oceanic basin with rushing waters over its semi-soft not-yet-fully-hardened rock surface carrying with it all materials which now don't fill the canyons of Arizona any more but settle themselves in the ocean nearest to their exit.

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