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Oahspe Confirmed:

Pan the Submerged Continent of the Pacific Ocean

The earth's crust beneath the Pacific Ocean with its underwater mountain ranges and deep trenches has been the subject of various scientific theories of plate tectonics. A new theory involves the subduction of an oceanic mountain ridge beneath the continental plate of Asia, with Japan acting as a stopper preventing further subduction and maintaining stability. The cause and extent of the submergence is still a mystery to oceanographic scientists and the effects they conjecture are a long way from fact, This geological event is believed to have occurred some 50 million years ago. (See link to extract from article below)

Oahspe has given an account of the geological nature of the Pacific Ocean and the now submerged continent of Pan. This means that in 1882, Oahspe provided knowledge of the geological history of the earth's crust which was not a part of any corporeal knowledge existent on the earth at the time. Any references to the existence of a continent in the Pacific, such as Mu, did not appear until decades after the publication of Oahspe. The breaking of the crust of the earth around the ancient continent has been described in Oahspe as being accomplished by etherean Gods and Goddesses around 25,000 years ago.

But the ocean floor of the Pacific offers many clues to the extent of the submerged land. Apart from the deep trenches along the northern and western borders, the deep trench to the south (north of New Zealand) called the Tonga/Kermadec trench begins a series of `Fracture Zones' (Udintzev, Eltonin, Challenger, Clipperton, Clarion, Molokai, Murray, Mendacino,) that stripe the South Eastern and North Eastern Pacific in a wide arc. This arc follows the Eastern contour of the outline of Pan as shown in Oahspe and ends in the Aleutian Trench in the far North. The fracture zones (Udintzev and Eltonin) that run along the long eastern rise toward the West coast of South America differ in length and distance from each other compared to the more frequent fracture zones of the `North Eastern Pacific Basin' between the ancient eastern coastline of Pan and the West coast of North America. These coasts were relatively close and would account for the fracture zones being so close together and more frequent along the whole length, indicating the kind of dislocation required to allow the submergence of the land on one side with the land on the other side remaining intact. (See link to Map below).

Oahspe: Bk of Aph, Chapter 3.
||18. And I [Aph] divided the line into sections, each with two hundred and fifty ships,
and there were one thousand sections. And every ship was contracted ten thousand
fold, which was the force required to break the crust of the earth and sink a continent.

Chapter 6.
1. And now Aph, Son of Jehovih, said: When the etherean hosts were arranged in due order,
I called out to Thee, O Jehovih, saying: In Thy Strength and Wisdom, O Father, join the
heavens above and the earth below!
2. And the end of the etherean column that extended to Chinvat, on the border of the vortex of
the earth, was made fast by the pressure of Thy wide heavens.
3. Again I said: In Thy Strength and Wisdom, O Jehovih, join the heavens above with the earth below!
4. And the end of the etherean column that extended down to the earth was made fast around the
borders of Wagga [the continent of Pan], by the sea and the high mountains on the north.
5. Again I said: O Jehovih, deliver the earth from evil, for Thy glory, forever!
6. And the vortex of the earth closed in from the extreme, and lo, the earth was broken!
A mighty continent was cut loose from its fastenings, and the fires of the earth came
forth in flames and clouds with loud roaring. And the land rocked to and fro like a ship at sea.
7. Again I said: O Jehovih, deliver Thy heavens, which are bound as with a chain, to
a rotten carcass.
8. And again the vortex of the earth closed in about on all sides, and by the pressure,
the land sank down beneath the water, to rise no more.||

North Pacific Oceanfloor detail map
South Pacific Oceanfloor detail map

The ocean floor maps outline mountain ranges that co-relate to the map of Pan in Oahspe (Plate 59, pge 606 [1882]).

The Oahspe map of Pan defines two long rivers, their source and direction of flow appear to be from the highlands to the sea. The western river begins at the foothills of the arc of the South Western range and fed by a major tributary from the North Western range more than half way along, leading to the sea in the area of 170.N and 60.E. Along the course of the river there is a large circular lake east of the mountains whose remnants are above sea-level and are known as the islands in the vicinity of Taiwan (including the famous undersea ruins near Okinawa). The almost perfect circle of this lake is apparent in that position on the ocean floor map at 13 E and 155 N. A smaller lake to the North West of the course of the river corresponds to the large low region known as the `Northern Pacific Basin' on the ocean floor map.

The South Eastern River appears to flow from a number of smaller rivers that spring from the foothills along the western side of the Eastern Highlands which now exist as the Hawaiian Ridge, and reaches a large delta area that appears to run into the sea in what is now the vicinity of the Bismarck Arch which is just east of the North Eastern coast of New Guinea. The are various lakes which feed into the tributaries, before joining to flow to the south West, this large lowland area can be seen on the ocean floor maps as the `Central Pacific Basin'

Rivers have their beginnings in mountainous regions, and these mapped in the Oahspe map of Pan are clearly seen to correspond with the undersea mountain ridges of modern ocean floor maps. The Lakes in lowland areas of the map of Pan, correspond with low areas between undersea mountainous areas on the ocean floor maps. These areas were not mapped to any extent before 1977, and even then it required the development of technology such as electro magnetic, sonar and satellite imaging to further define the details now available. Here is confirmation that Oahspe's map of Pan contained information that would not be mapped as the topography of the ocean floor until more than a hundred years afterward.
24 Oct, 2007. Extract: || A cataclysm 50 million years ago changed the face of the planet from the Hawaiian Islands to Antarctica, according to new research. The collapse of an underwater mountain range in the Pacific Ocean turned Australia into a warm and sunny continent instead of a snowbound wasteland and created some of the islands that dot the South Pacific today.

"We have found that the destruction of an entire mid-ocean ridge, known as the Izanagi Ridge, initiated a chain reaction of geological events," said Joanne Whittaker, a doctoral student at the University of Sydney's School of Geosciences who led the research. Using geophysical data gathered by scientists from Australia and Russia, the team confirmed that the ridge plunged underneath a plate of Earth's crust that stretches between the Korean Peninsula and Japan. The Japanese landmass then acted as a vast plug in the crack between the plates, changing their movement and rearranging the geography of the Pacific, the team found....... ||


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