01- Introduction
  The Dog
02- Part I
03- Part II
04- Part III
  The Monkey
05- Part I
06- Part II
07- Part III
08- Part IV
09- Part V
10- Part VI
11- Part VII 
  The Dragon
12- Part I
13- Part II
14- Part III
15- Part IV
16- Part V 
17- Part VI 
18- Part VII 
19- Part VIII 
  UR / Drexciya / D1
20- Part I
21- Part II
22- Part III
23- Part I
24- Part II
25- Part III
26- Part IV
27- Part V
28- Part VI
29- Part VII
30- Part VIII
31- Part IX
32- Part X
33- Part XI

27 - Pangea V



Having entered into unknown territory I decided to avail of my ignorance in the face of such a large topic and I decided to simply glance at the Earth as if I had never seen it before - I suppose to try to find some kind of 'key' that may reveal itself to a fresh eye.

I looked simply for the coastlines that were the most similar. I found that, in contrast to the obvious coasts of Africa and South America, what jumped out to me was that the West coastlines of North and South America appeared to be inverted images of each other. I thought 'That's the key! - close North and South America back onto itself and it pulls everything around in behind it - effectively closing the Ring Of Fire'. That's the significance of the Ring of Fire and Central America is the 'key'!'

It was 6:00 am at this stage and it was still too early to find anywhere to go online or to call someone ( friends that I knew had studied geology ). So, with a few hours to kill, I sifted through my bookshelf.

I found a pocket dictionary of geography that I had picked up somewhere along the way in my travels, probably in Asia, as the world maps centered on the Pacific. In this book there were basic maps of the fault lines and plates of the sea-beds and the areas of volcanic activity.

I found that the positioning of extensional and compressional fault lines in Central America supported my idea of closing North and South America, the configuration of the three plates of Central America acting like a hinge.


  Alan Lambert 2009