There’s another rather interesting map of the Earth of the Future made relying on Edgar Cayce’s prophesies.
Even during his lifetime, on the basis of his predictions, a map of the post-apocalyptic world was drawn up, where all the safe places on the planet were plotted (flood zones highlighted in black).
He said “Human civilization will almost perish at the beginning of the 21st century. The planet will be shaken by a series of monstrous natural disasters: earthquakes, floods, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, rises and falls of land that will change the face of the Earth”.
No one can know for sure if either of those maps are accurate. We'll have to wait and see.
However, looking at both maps independently, I can attest that the Scallion map makes more sense in some areas than Cayce's. Why?
In my region, we live in a flood plain. We've had many instances of flooding through the years and it is getting worse by the year as the climate is changing with the sun's labors on our planet.
Scallion shows our area to be completely flooded out. Makes sense to me. I'm no geologist but if the axis of our planet changes, it goes without saying that the water in the Hudson Bay's water will need to go somewhere!
The Northern region was once a huge lake called Lake Agassiz. (please see below)
Red River Valley
A three-dimensional perspective of the Red River valley in southern Manitoba derived from the MGS Digital Elevational Model. The provincial capital, Winnipeg, appears as the gray region directly south of Lake Winnipeg. The dramatic rise in elevation to the west reflects the beginning of the Manitoba escarpment, where Cretaceous shales mark the division between the first and second levels in the Canadian prairies. The rugged Canadian Shield occupies the northeastern portion of the image.
The wide valley flanking the Red River was formed as a major depositional basin of glacial Lake Agassiz, and, as a result, is covered by tens of meter's of clay. The Pembina and Assiniboine channels are deeply incised into the Cretaceous shale above the escarpment and have deposited large sand and gravel fans at the base of the escarpment where they entered Lake Agassiz. Because these proglacial channels (called ‘spillways’) have eroded into shale, they are the primary source of the clay deposited in the Winnipeg area.
The modern Red River flows northward across this extraordinarily flat relict lake bottom and, as a consequence, southern Manitoba has often been affected by extreme spring floods spilling across the entire valley. The second image shows the extent of the 1997 flood within the Canadian portion of the Red River valley. The 1997 flood is the second largest flood in the Winnipeg-region in at least 350 years, exceeded only by the record Red River flood of 1826.
"Ancient Global Warming Caused Flood Which Caused Ancient Global Cooling
As the giant North American ice sheets melted an enormous pool of freshwater, many times larger than all of the Great Lakes, formed behind them. About 8400 years ago this pool of freshwater burst free and flooded the North Atlantic. About the same time, a sharp century long cold spell is...
As the giant North American ice sheets melted an enormous pool of freshwater, many times larger than all of the Great Lakes, formed behind them. About 8400 years ago this pool of freshwater burst free and flooded the North Atlantic.
About the same time, a sharp century long cold spell is observed around the North Atlantic and other areas. Researchers have often speculated that the cooling was the result of changes in ocean circulation triggered by this freshwater flood. The sudden addition of so much freshwater would have curtailed (suppressed) the sinking of deep water in the North Atlantic and as a consequence less warm water would be pulled north in the Gulf stream." (from the website above)
Now is this accurate or not? We all know that we are not fed the right info no matter what. The elevation of the land is a better indication of where the water will go if the axis of our planet changes. That is, in my view (just common sense, not a geologist after all) what is more likely to happen.
Also, no mention of other lands that may uprise while the flooding occurs. (Atlantis, ancient Lemuria, others???)Combined with the fires and earthquakes and of course, volcanoes erupting, no one can really predict what will happen with accuracy.
I hope this does not scare the people in this forum living in the prairies. Remember that this won't happen overnight. It will go by stages, judging from what the C's have confirmed.
Anyone else who have more info, please join in. I really want to learn from your experience/knowledge in this matter.