The universal geometry would be regular, orderly and systematically repetitive.
Always following cycles, usually synusodics. If that “boring repetition”, was not altered by catastrophes, commonly called “shooting stars”, but essentially meteors, comets or “parts” of pieces that roamed the planetary space, in addition to its own intergalactic route as a universal law governing cyclic inter stellar movement.
We can also find Phi-Bonacci in the Athabasca Valleys´of Mars. The lenght of each spiral is between 1.000 and 1.200 inches.
At least in our Solar System, all planets and countless moons were affected by the presence of metabolic comets and asteroids that shaped each of its surfaces, in some places like Earth, to form their waters as climate or topography (including its fauna and flora).
A sequence of the impact on the earth’s surface, post Wegener, (see biogra-phi):
Wegener was quickly recognized as the founding father of one of the major scientific revolutions of the 20th century.
During his lifetime he was primarily known for his achievements in meteorology and as a pioneer of polar research, but today he is most remembered for advancing the theory of continental drift (Kontinentalverschiebung) in 1912, which hypothesized that the continents were slowly drifting around the Earth. His hypothesis was controversial and not widely accepted until the 1950s, when numerous discoveries such as palaeomagnetism provided strong support for continental drift, and thereby a substantial basis for today’s model of Plate tectonics.
Wegener was involved in several expeditions to Greenland to study polar air circulation before the existence of the jet stream was accepted. Expedition participants made many meteorological observations and achieved the first-ever overwintering on the inland Greenland ice sheet as well as the first-ever boring of ice cores on a moving Arctic glacier.
From 1912, Wegener publicly advocated the existence of “continental drift“, arguing that all the continents were once joined together in a single landmass and have drifted apart.
In 1915, in The Origin of Continents and Oceans (Die Entstehung der Kontinente und Ozeane), Wegener published the theory that there had once been a giant continent, he named “Urkontinent” (German word meaning “origin of the continents”, in a way equivalent to the Greek “Pangaea“, meaning “All-Lands” or “All-Earth”) and drew together evidence from various fields. Expanded editions during the 1920s presented other evidence. The last edition, just before his untimely death, revealed the significant observation that shallower oceans were geologically younger.
By early 1953 samples taken from India showed that the country had previously been in the Southern hemisphere as predicted by Wegener. Additionally, the 1960s saw several developments in geology, notably the discoveries of seafloor spreading and Wadati-Benioff zones, led to the rapid resurrection of the continental drift hypothesis and its direct descendant, the theory of plate tectonics..
The metheorite “K” on southern South Africa (see our chapter “Comets and catastrophes”), left a circular footprint of 300 km and the continental detachment of Madagascar as an autonomous island, making it a Lemurian, where “the impact piece” was probably a bolide with a diameter of 30 km .
The origin of these planetary sources (comets and asteroids) beyond the surfaces as transfigured on impact, stopping in cycles where the solar system was over exposed to the cited impacts during the passage of our system, outside the galactic plane.
If we consider the galactic rotation (the rotation time of our group of constellations “local” rotate around his center or Hunab-Ku), is 260 million years.
These in their inter-galactic course, will be exposed in two periods where they will be left without the protection of our Galaxy (for exposure and under exposure), every 60 million years.
See in the drawings, exaggerated, the local planetary systems group when out of the galactic plane, where so each year 60,000,000 morphology and lifestyles in each of the moons and planets is transformed by the effects that these fireballs undergo planetary surfaces and species. Synusódics shifts or cycles of life or the lack of it are thus transmuted .