Then the earth shook and trembled; The foundations of the hills also quaked and were shaken, Because He was angry.(Psalms 18:7) NKJV
With a few pieces of information we can take what we know about the Earth today and use them to deduce what the Earth was like in the past. This is the alternative to using Uniformitarianism and assuming that things were the same in the past.
Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure:(Isaiah 46:10) KJV
We work backwards from the present to deduce how the internal structure of the Earth has changed. Our approach embodies the scriptural principle of knowing the end from the beginning, and the beginning from the end.
A systematic study of the Hebrew words used in the description and context of hell reveals natural groupings which align with the major zones of the interior of the Earth: crust, mantle, great gulf and core. There’s no inner and outer core, that’s just baggage attached to a failed approach to understand the cause of gravity by Newton and Einstein.
The Levels of Hell
It’s not what you think, but it’s what we would expect. Hebrew words used for Earth and life beyond the grave give us the Earth’s internal structure.
Levels of Hell
|Earth (erets)||World (tebel)|
|Great Gulf |
|bad sheol||erets beriach|
mayim tachath erets
We develop a 3D model of a spherical hollow Earth which accommodates all of the scriptural references to structures of the interior of the Earth, things such as the foundations of the Earth, the great deep, the pillars of the Earth etc. This is the daily devotional for March. We’re able to superimpose seismological data onto this model because we have a Biblical theory of gravitation.
Using seismological data we start by calculating the basic structure of the present day Earth.
Since atheist science trolls (ASTs) can be relied on to start yammering about empirical evidence every time they’re loosing an argument, we dispense with all theoretical tweaks to the data we get from the transmission of P-waves and S-waves.
By using empirical rather than theoretical data we can establish the boundaries of the different zones of density within the Earth and from it calculate the total volume of mantle material. We’re going to take a few logical steps to come up with the data needed to fill the table below.
SHEM Radius and Volume Values
|Key||Derivation||Description||Radius Km||Volume m3|
|p||Present day earth||6,371.00||1.08E+12|
|g||Radius of outer edge of the great gulf (inner surface of the lower mantle)||4,100.00||2.89E+11|
|t||p+m||3rd day earth||7,653.28||1.88E+12|
|s||m+c||2nd day solid earth||5,806.28||8.19E+11|
|t||s+w||Water + 2nd day earth||7,653.28||1.88E+12|
|n||t+w||Water + 3rd day earth (Noah’s flood)||8,883.39||2.94E+12|