SS: the 2004 boxing day MEGA-QUAKE and Tsunami was actually an “As Above So Below” event .. the quake happened on the 26th when a gravity wave affected the earth .. advanced pole-star sciences is required to show the phenomena .. we detected a massive supernova in the mayan hunab ku in Sagittarius on the 27th December 2004 .. however the “gravity wave” arrived at earth first because they travel faster than the speed of light, “gravity waves” travel at the speed of thought which is instant .. it might seem confusing until we remember that this is a 3D sinkhole and a supernova when it explodes it explodes not just in these four dimensions but also the other dimensions. “As Above So Below” the gravity wave changed the timeline on earth .

SS: in the second skymap we see the moon is inside the “Orion Stargate” while comet machholz is nearby .. this is the same object that passed very near the Pleiades weeks before .. it was very bright in the sky during the mega-quake as it appeared to have also a forward facing anti-tail .

Brightest Galactic Flash Ever Detected Hits Earth posted: 18 February, 2005 A huge explosion halfway across the galaxy packed so much power it briefly altered Earth’s upper atmosphere in December, astronomers said Friday. No known eruption beyond our solar system has ever appeared as bright upon arrival. But you could not have seen it, unless you can top the X-ray vision of Superman: In gamma rays, the event equaled the brightness of the full Moon’s reflected visible light. The blast originated about 50,000 light-years away and was detected Dec. 27. A light-year is the distance light travels in a year, about 6 trillion miles (10 trillion kilometers). The commotion was caused by a special variety of neutron star known as a magnetar. These fast-spinning, compact stellar corpses — no larger than a big city — create intense magnetic fields that trigger explosions. The blast was 100 times more powerful than any other similar eruption witnessed, said David Palmer of Los Alamos National Laboratory, one of several researchers around the world who monitored the event with various telescopes.



SS: what really happened on boxing day was that mount toba has a massive 9.0 earthquake right next to it .. toba is a super volcano and massive mega-quakes next to a super-volcano is not a very good sign to begin with .. this entire region of indonesia became very active after this earthquake .. the earth core after being heated magma expansion caused a magma plume to push through upwards .. we can see vulcanism played a role because two volcanoes erupted in the andaman islands at the same time .

SS: i think that the adamans volcanoes are connected with toba underground . toba is a super-volcano, so i think that if and when it erupts then likely the andamans and several volcanoes in indonesia will erupt at the same time because a toba eruption is a planetary eruption .. i am not sure that science has the knowledge or understanding of such a massive volcano as toba or would even be able to detect the symptoms and the timescale of an super-volcano eruption . this caused by a very active solar maximum and the unfortunate usage of mahabharata weapons which also heart the earth’s core .

Magnitude 9.0 OFF W COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA Sunday, December 26, 2004 at 00:58:49 UTC Preliminary Earthquake Report  U.S. Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center World Data Center for Seismology, Denver: The devastating megathrust earthquake of December 26, 2004, occurred on the interface of the India and Burma plates and was caused by the release of stresses that develop as the India plate subducts beneath the overriding Burma plate. The India plate begins its descent into the mantle at the Sunda trench, which lies to the west of the earthquake’s epicenter. The trench is the surface expression of the plate interface between the Australia and India plates, situated to the southwest of the trench, and the Burma and Sunda plates, situated to the northeast.

In the region of the earthquake, the India plate moves toward the northeast at a rate of about 6 cm/year relative to the Burma plate. This results in oblique convergence at the Sunda trench. The oblique motion is partitioned into thrust-faulting, which occurs on the plate-interface and which involves slip directed perpendicular to the trench, and strike-slip faulting, which occurs several hundred kilometers to the east of the trench and involves slip directed parallel to the trench. The December 26 earthquake occurred as the result of thrust-faulting.

Preliminary locations of larger aftershocks following the megathrust earthquake show that approximately 1200 km of the plate boundary slipped as a result of the earthquake. By comparison with other large megathrust earthquakes, the width of the causative fault-rupture was likely over one-hundred km. From the size of the earthquake, it is likely that the average displacement on the fault plane was about fifteen meters. The sea floor overlying the thrust fault would have been uplifted by several meters as a result of the earthquake. The above estimates of fault-dimensions and displacement will be refined in the near future as the result of detailed analyses of the earthquake waves.

Volcano Barren-1 and Narcondum erupt in Andaman – Seismic disturbance can cause more Tsunami Jan. 2, 2005 Andaman’s active volcanos Barren-1 and Narcondam have started erupting. The chain of islands in Andaman and Nicobar are facing tremor, aftershocks and volcano. Severe seismic activities are seen in these islands. Some of Indian Army personnel who have reached these remote areas are facing shattering earth vibrations and high waves.

Killer quake rattled earth orbit: scientists Tuesday, December 28, 2004. 12:50pm (AEDT) The earthquake that unleashed deadly tidal waves on Asia was so powerful it made the earth wobble on its axis and permanently altered the regional map, United States geophysicists said on Monday. The quake registered 9.0 on the Richter scale and struck 250 kilometres south-east of Sumatra on Sunday. According to one expert, it may have moved small islands as much as 20 metres. “That earthquake has changed the map,” US Geological Survey (USGS) expert Ken Hudnut told AFP.  “Based on seismic modelling, some of the smaller islands off the south-west coast of Sumatra may have moved to the south-west by about 20 metres. That is a lot of slip.”  The north-western tip of the Indonesian territory of Sumatra may also have shifted to the south-west by around 36 metres, Mr Hudnut said.

SHAPE OF INDIA ALTERED Tsunami snuffs out southern light Campbell Bay, Dec. 29: A lighthouse — only a part of it — sticks out of the ocean. Indira Point is lost, perhaps forever, in the water. And India’s map may have to be changed. “A very important and integral part of our country’s border is totally submerged,” said Milind Patil, a senior coast guard official. Indira Point, so named by the late Rajiv Gandhi after his mother on a visit to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, was the southernmost tip of India until Sunday’s earthquake-triggered tsunami swamped it. A defence official likened the submergence to the loss of peaks during the Kargil war to Pakistan.

This combo photo taken 26 December 2004 shows (top-L) Phuket’s Chedi resort staff preparing for the day as the first swell edges toward the lawn followed by the arrival of the second and third waves (top-R and bottom-L) respectively, which engulfed the hotel restaurant and its surrounding gardens and the final photo showing the water at its crest, flooding the whole area. The confirmed death toll in the massive earthquake and tidal waves that sammed Indian Ocean shorelines at the weekend passed 125,000(AFP/Joanne Davis)

A village near the coast of Sumatra lays in ruin after the tsunami swept through and devastated the area, in Indonesia January 2, 2005. Helicopters assigned to CVW-2 and Sailors from Abraham Lincoln are conducting humanitarian operations in the wake of the tsunami that struck South East Asia. The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is currently operating in the Indian Ocean off the waters of Indonesia and Thailand. U.S. and Indonesian military helicopters landing in remote areas were swarmed by starving villagers as flight crews threw out boxes of bottled water and food. A week after giant waves swamped parts of Indonesia the water is only just beginning to drain away to reveal the full extent of the horrific destruction and yet more bodies to count. U.S. Navy/Philip A. McDaniel

A village near the coast of Sumatra lays in ruin after the tsunami swept through and devastated the area, in Indonesia January 2, 2005. Helicopters assigned to CVW-2 and Sailors from Abraham Lincoln are conducting humanitarian operations in the wake of the tsunami that struck South East Asia. The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is currently operating in the Indian Ocean off the waters of Indonesia and Thailand. U.S. and Indonesian military helicopters landing in remote areas were swarmed by starving villagers as flight crews threw out boxes of bottled water and food. A week after giant waves swamped parts of Indonesia the water is only just beginning to drain away to reveal the full extent of the horrific destruction and yet more bodies to count. U.S. Navy/Philip A. McDaniel

Large Igneous Provinces and the Mantle Plume Hypothesis Mantle plumes are columns of hot, solid material that originate deep in the mantle, probably at the core–mantle boundary. Laboratory and numerical models replicating conditions appropriate to the mantle show that mantle plumes have a regular and predictable shape that allows a number of testable predictions to be made. New mantle plumes are predicted to consist of a large head, 1000 km in diameter, followed by a narrower tail. Initial eruption of basalt from a plume head should be preceded by ~1000 m of domal uplift. High-temperature magmas are expected to dominate the first eruptive products of a new plume and should be concentrated near the centre of the volcanic province. All of these predictions are confirmed by observations.

Photograph of a laboratory model of a starting thermal plume (A) mid-way through its ascent and (B) after the head flattens at the top of its ascent. The dark fluid represents hot material from the plume source and the lighter fluid is cooler entrained material. White arrows show motion within the plume and black arrows the direction of motion in the boundary layer adjacent to the plume; the boundary layer has been heated by conduction so that its density is approximately the same as that of the plume (after Griffiths and Campbell 1990).

Hydrothermal “Megaplume” Found in Indian Ocean December 12, 2005 An enormous hydrothermal “megaplume” found in the Indian Ocean serves as a dramatic reminder that underwater volcanoes likely play an important role in shaping Earth’s ocean systems, scientists report.  The plume, which stretches some 43.5 miles (70 kilometers) long, appears to be active on a previously unseen scale. “In a nutshell, this thing is at least 10 times—or possibly 20 times—bigger than anything of its kind that’s been seen before,” said Bramley Murton of the British National Oceanography Centre.

SS: i think i have identified the elemental that is riding the sea dragon as varuna .. the sea dragon varuna is using as a mount is called a makara . many hindu gods and goddess use these makara sea dragons as mounts and varuna especially .

In the Mahabharata and all later texts Varuna appears as the lord of the waters, and ruler of the sea and the subterranean waters. He is the giver of rain, of hydropsy, and has been the owner of the soma. He rules over the rivers and their genii. The serpent gods, the nagas, are his subjects. He also rules over the anti-gods. He is the regent of the western direction. His domain is the western ocean. He also rules over one of the lunar mansions.

A view of devastation in Banda Aceh, the capital of Aceh province in northwestern Indonesia, Sunday, Jan. 2, 2005. The US has conducted its largest relief operation since the Vietnam war following the earthquake-triggered tsunami last week that killed more than 80,000 people in Indonesia alone and soared to 150,000 across Asia and Africa. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)

An aerial view of the devastation surrounding the city of Banda Aceh as seen from an SH-60F assigned to the ‘Golden Falcons’ of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Two (HS-2), in Indonesia January 2, 2005. The helicopter embarked aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), while transporting supplies and disaster relief teams and humanitarian airlifts to Tsunami-stricken coastal regions. U.S. Navy/Patrick M. Bonafede