Mount Meru Magnetic Mountain At The North Pole

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Post by Flatserious on Mon Nov 07, 2016 12:55 am

I live in northern Canada and have met some Inuit who have moved to my community. It has been about 10 years now since they were forced to live in communities and not allowed to do open hunting. The communities were around since the early 1900s but were voluntary. Now biologists have banned caribou hunting among other animals that they have sustained for over 6000 years. Only in the past 10 years has their pre built communities been overcrowded and they are forced to pay ridiculous amounts for food. Of the ones I met, some were part of a very northern community. They were huddled first as icebreakers were stranding some up north. There is land up there and mountains. In the past few years, some have been hired as escorts for the military. They patrol the ice sheets and borders using the Inuit as survival guides. I think the Inuit have much information passed down from generations of living up there. Only problem is, most don't know English. Google earth shows water at the pole.... I await winter now to see if any make their way south. Food prices are increased in winter so some come here instead of going broke. Where I live is the last commercial airport to the north of Ontario. I will attempt to get video testimony of the knowledge they have and what they have seen before they were herded into small towns.

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Post by Birdog770 on Thu May 11, 2017 7:21 pm

When I was in the military and we had to pass the land nav course, we learned to convert true/magnetic north to grid north. "The difference between grid north and magnetic north is called the grid-magnetic (G-M) angle"
After using your compass you would typically add about 9 degrees to find the correct reading on the map.
With that said, on maps where all of the lines of longitude meet is not where the actual true/magnetic north is located.
So when trying to speculate where the actual north pole is using current maps will probably be hundreds of miles of off depending on the G-M angle.
Just google "land navigation grid north magnetic north" and look at the army study guide.
Hopefully this adds some value on the subject.

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Post by Wisdom1 on Fri Jun 02, 2017 2:12 pm

I think the magnetic mount meru is the remains of the great tree of life which i believe once extended all the way up to the dome. This was destroyed along with our great past civilization of people who spoke one language and were much different and more advanced and covered our whole plane. I believe we were more advanced physically and spiritually. I also think those that destroyed our civilization are still around living on the same plane in the lands beyond the icewall and also most likely in communications with the highest branches of secret societies like the freemasons. Unlike others I do believe nuclear weapons exist and were probably used and quite probably caused the icewall out from its epicenter the great tree of life and thus a great nuclear winter referred to as an ice age. which is receeding outward as the wall itself is melting.

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Post by Schpankme on Fri Jun 02, 2017 5:44 pm

Wisdom1 wrote:
i believe once extended all the way up to the dome
I do believe nuclear weapons

There is no evidence for a dome; this is reserved for the ramblings of Religion.
There are no Nukes and no proof for the THEO-retical ATOM.
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Post by Wisdom1 on Sat Jun 03, 2017 12:18 pm

"There is no evidence of the dome." I suppose this depends on the point of view of the observer. I think light refraction behind the sun arching out and creating what appear to be reflections on the surface of a dome as well as localized hotspots on what appears to be a dome to me is significant evidence. I mean based on the way the sunlight reflects it if the earth is flat their is a dome. Rainbows and how they arch and how we came make them indoors using reflective surfaces and also can make them arch using a domed surface or more straight even. Maybe not the best word, but the ancients of the differing cultures worlds apart had lots of stories of the dome. And the milky way sure looks like a crack in its surface to me.

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Post by Schpankme on Sat Jun 03, 2017 12:36 pm

Wisdom1 wrote:
based on the way the sunlight reflects it if the earth is flat their is a dome
Rainbows and how they arch
the milky way looks like a crack in its surface

There is no evidence for a dome, and no observable phenomena requires a dome.

Radio-wave propagation takes on three major forms: scatter, bending, and ducting

Bending:  cool air near the surface, being more dense, warms as it rises; we see this phenomena with the Rainbow, where the cold water falls as rain to the Earth's surface, yet the air above is warmer causing an inversion layer, which causes the Light Spectrum to bend, thus creating the Rainbow in that general vicinity;  this also explains the double Rainbow.  It should be pointed out that without the flat Earth there would be no Rainbow and no radio Waves to bend against.

read:  Why They Lie To Us About The Flat Earth




NOTE:
The flat water on the flat earth
Red on top of Rainbow representing the longest spectrum of light

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Post by Wisdom1 on Sat Jun 03, 2017 1:38 pm

I am pretty sure I am not debating whether the earth is flat but whether there is a dome with a sun underneath the dome and this is observable. The light reflections from the sun can be replicated on smaller scales using a lighter and a large glass bowl. The firmament in ancient cultures all over the world was believed to be a large solid dome. And what do you think is up there in the heavens but a great ocean separated by a large dome?

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Post by Schpankme on Sat Jun 03, 2017 9:28 pm

Wisdom1 wrote:
what do you think is up there in the heavens but a great ocean separated by a large dome

Where is proof for this "great ocean separated by a large dome"?

As was shown to you, no dome was required to create the Rainbow or to bend Radio waves.
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Re: Mount Meru Magnetic Mountain At The North Pole

Post by doxoliday on Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:44 am

The problem with the dome hypothesis is that no such (solid?) barrier with the properties required for such a structure to exist has been detected with replicable proof. While some amateur rocket videos suggest some form of solidity that it knocks up against on its way up, as in a height limit, there should be examples of low angle projectiles that can be more easily tracked bumping up against such a structure as it rises from the surface. My gut tells me this "solidity" supposition regarding a container enclosing the life world is hasty at best and just another form of explorative gatekeeping at worst. A massively uncharted superstratisfied hyperplane is most likely, as far as speculation goes.
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Post by Schpankme on Wed Feb 14, 2018 5:00 pm

doxoliday wrote:
The problem with the dome hypothesis
some amateur rocket videos suggest some form of solidity

this "solidity" supposition regarding a container enclosing the life world is hasty at best
just another form of explorative gatekeeping at worst

A massively uncharted superstratisfied hyperplane is most likely


Excellent comment. Another consideration is the limit by which man-made objects can travel in altitude, or what I term the 25 mile limit. Which brings up the hoax of rockets who claim to impact some type of Structure above the Limit.

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Post by doxoliday on Wed Feb 14, 2018 5:36 pm

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