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Earth climate shifts every 12,000 years. So what?

Posted on: July 3, 2014

Earth climate shifts every 12,000 years. So what?

Every 12,000 years, earth climate starts a new trend in weather changes, as earth approaches closer to the sun or moves away; and factoring in the position of the sun in the Milky Way galaxy.

Earth is beginning the phase of coming closer to the sun or the wet shift with abundant rain falls: The ice in the poles are melting, the land mass will shrink, the level of oceans will move upward and forcing 130 million currently living on the low coast lines to be displaced to higher grounds. The weather will become wetter , the land mass will shrink, and current deserts will revert to lush savanna in the coming climate shift.

Our current 12000-year shift is labelled the ice age: Earth was moving away from the sun and ice accumulated on the poles and lush savannas in the Sahara Desert evaporated, along with the fertile vast land masses around the river beds.

During this drying up period in the last 12000 years, it takes time for the poles to amass enough ice to reflect sun rays, but as the lakes start to dry up the process of desertification is quick.

In the first phase of the ice age, the early civilizations didn’t feel a major shift in the climate as the planet was wet and lakes and rivers were overflowing.

In the next 9,000 years, each civilization instituted stable social and political structures that withstood minor upheavals since the civilization relied on a period of abundance.

And suddenly, the drying climate felt its impact in less than 500 years on the existing social structure.

Lakes and sources of the rivers shrank and massive waves of people were displaced to greener pastures, northward and southward.

Consequently, around the year 2,300 BC, major social and political upheavals swept earth civilized regions. Centralized Pharaoh-God like institutions were questioned, monarchs were assassinated and toppled and people felt this urge for egalitarian status when facing scarcity to survive.

Grandiose tall and perfect Pyramid-like monuments around earth gave place to less awesome, smaller, and less skilled work monuments: The workforce and talented artisans had fled to other fertile regions.

Barley fields to produce the non-alcoholic beer shrank and the quantity of beer was not enough to barter with the workforce.

Powerful and war-like empires began expanding their territories to neighboring rich State-Cities along the major rivers.

For example, the empires of Sumer, Akkad, Babylon, Ashur and Persia along the Tiger River occupied city-states along the Euphrates River.

Massive exodus to the Turkish Anatolia Plateau generated the establishment of new empires such as the Hittites (Hyksos), Parthia, Medea, and the Ottoman empires.

Seafaring developed to reach further known civilizations and for trading goods and exchanging skills.

That was a period of advanced and extensive aqueduct network constructions to provide water to major cities and Capitals of empires, such as the Suspended Gardens in Nineveh during King Senharib of the Assyrian empire in current Mosul region.

The old Egyptian dynasties that built fantastic pyramids were replaced by dynasties north of the Nile River.

Dynasties on the lower Indus river moved upward the river.

And the exodus is continuing. On a larger scale with 7 billion battling for a piece of green land and scarse potable water.

Exacerbated by ugly capitalist systems willing to mass transfer entire population for raw materials under the new “soft policies” of empowering local ethnic people to massacre their neighbors. and displace them.

There are currently 50 million refugees living in abject conditions according to the UN and the number is increasing dramatically.

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