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People Can't Live Without Water

Chanoch's Water Supply
Part I

Hydrology And Hydraulics Associated With The Black Sea Region


          The Vast Subterranean Fresh Water Rivers, emerging via mountain and other springs and via the ocean's "blue holes" ("the springs of the Sea"), have been discovered and are being investigated and recognized as a vast network of underground fresh water rivers.   They're very obvious in Florida and in the "blue holes" of the Caribbean.   They are also, in the Middle East, and even beneath the Arabian Deserts (Psalm 18:15; Job 38:16).   The powerful underground currents of al Kharj South of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is one rather obvious place where a river exists.   These are rivers, fed by natural underground distillation systems, that flow in a 3D environment; some flowing down and under ocean depths to outflow via "blue holes" in or near islands hundreds if not thousands of miles from their distillation sources.

          An Environmental NightmareFresh Waters Poisoned as the third Trumpet sounds (Revelation 8:10-11).   The tiny (roughly 12 by 25 mile) island of Dominica, a paradise on the Eastern edge of the Caribbean Sea, for example, has been blessed with an abundance of rainfall.   However, her many rivers and streams with their beautiful picturesque waterfalls are, in reality, fed by the vast fresh water subterranean rivers system.   Similarly, 1,500 miles Northwest of Dominica, Florida's Blue Spring is a large lazy river flowing out of the ground in Orange City (a few miles south of Deland).   Today, Florida's Blue Spring is "guarded" and "protected," a Florida State Park, as the large spring steadily flows into the nearby Saint Johns River.   The Saint Johns then meanders Northward to Jacksonville where it meets the Atlantic.   Even the Florida Everglades are recipients of the LORD'S bounteous gift of fresh water from His vast underground rivers system.   Similarly, a vast number of lakes, streams, and surface rivers worldwide are also recipients.   Even table waters beneath the surface, some of which flow outward into the sea at low tides to back flush salty sea waters; they too are recipients of the LORD'S abundance via His subterranean rivers system.

          Now, why would "experts" in water management ignore this bounteous source of fresh water?   Why would "experts" pump toxic materials, carcinogens, inadequately treated sewage, even nuclear wastes, or any materials into this valuable resource that automatically replenishes itself?   Yes, reverse flow wells have been polluting this GOD given resource for many years.   Today unwarranted mercury levels, for example, can be found in surface rivers and streams and in fish therein.   Fish are showing up with lesions and sores ... signs are everywhere.   Yes, pollutants injected via the Pensacola reverse flow wells are no different that that injected in New Jersey or in Illinois or elsewhere.   Today, one third of the wells, the mountain springs, and other fresh water sources ("the fountains of waters" - Revelation 8:10) are being freely polluted by the same people (the "experts") purportedly protecting those waters.

          Again, this incompetence of humans had been foretold thousands of years ago.   And, before it's over, many more people will have died because of those poisoned waters.   Yet, pollutants are still being injected into this vast subterranean fresh water system (Revelation 8:10-11).


          When Cain was evicted from Eden and went Eastward over the low mountain range and into the land of Nod (i.e. the land of vagrancy and wandering) (Genesis 4:9-16), Cain needed a reliable source of water.   And, Cain found it.

          As a wanderer, Cain obviously picked one of the better fresh water sources East of the Edenic Valley.   This factor apparently accounts for the City of Chanoch being established opposite the North end of the Edenic Valley as shown on the Nuzi Map.

          Many years later, during volcanic activities immediately prior to and during the subsequent flood phenomena, earthquakes may well have either altered or diverted the subterranean river, concealed access to the subterranean river in the Chanoch region, or the access was greatly diminished making it less obvious.

          Thus, when searching the extent of Chanoch and its suburbs, people should be aware of the existence of this ancient subterranean river system which may well still exist beneath or near Chanoch.   It, of course, would be part of or parallel to the same water supply that now courses beneath modern Arabia.   But where does this supply originate?


          The Main Bodies Of Water:  Examine an atlas of the modern Middle East and examine the surrounding bodies of water.   If we begin with the Persian Gulf and go clockwise we find:  the Gulf of Oman, the Arabian Sea, the Gulf of Aden, the Red Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea, the Dardanelles (Strait of Canakkale or Hellespont), Sea of Marmara, the Bosporus (Strait of Istanbul), the Black Sea, Sea of Azov, the Caspian Sea, and the Aral Sea.

          Also, note that the Euphrates (1600 mi) and Tigris (1150 mi) Rivers are situated in the center of this plethora of waters.

          The Deserts:  Now examine the deserts in this region and slightly Eastward since above the Tropic of Cancer the general atmospheric circulation is from West to East.   Start with the Syrian Desert that encompasses portions of Syria, Jordan, and Iraq and continue counterclockwise.   Next are the An Nafud and Rub Al Khali both of Arabia, the Dasht-E Lut and Dasht-E Kavir both of Iran, the Kara Kum of Turkmenistan, and the Kyzyl Kum of Uzbekistan.

          Next ask yourself, "Doesn't it seem strange that these deserts exist while surrounded with all these great seas and rivers?"

          Where Does The Water Go?   Let's take a closer look at a sample of the visible hydrology and hydraulics of the region.

          The Aral Sea, wholly land locked, is supplied by the Syr Darya and Amu Darya (Oxus) Rivers.

          The Caspian Sea, wholly land locked, is supplied primarily by both the Volga River and the Ural River and also the Kama River which flows into the Volga River.   These three rivers alone flow through 5,126 miles of Western Asia.   And, again, these waters all flow into the land locked Caspian Sea which encompasses 153,000 square miles.

          The Black Sea and the Sea of Azov, connected by the Strait of Kerch, are also land locked except for the Bosporus whose waters onbalance flow into the Black Sea.   That is, the Bosporus has a unique two way flow where the prime flow is a strong submerged flow from the Mediterranean via the Aegean, the Dardanelles, the Marmara, and on into the Black Sea via the Bosporus.   Then above a shear level there is a lesser and variable counterflow from the Black Sea toward the Mediterranean.   This counterflow into the Sea of Marmara is easily explained with one glance at a map of the Black Sea.

          So, let's examine the Black Sea and the great rivers flowing into it.   The Black Sea encompasses 178,000 square miles and is 6,000 or more feet deep.

          A Closer Look At The Black Sea:   The prime rivers flowing into the Black Sea starting with the Bosporus (19.5 mi) and going clockwise include:  the Danube (1750 mi), the Dniester (850 mi), the "Southern" Bug (500 mi), the Dnieper (1420 mi), the Don (1222 mi), the Kuban (584 mi), the Rioni (203 mi), and Sakarya (490 mi).

          Now these waterways flowing into the Black Sea (excepting the Bosporus, the Rioni, and the Sakarya) all enter the Black Sea from the North.   They, of course, drain Southeastern Europe and Western Asia both well watered regions due to the Seas to their North and the Mediterranean to the South.   Whereas, the three exceptions all enter the Black Sea from the South:  the Rioni drains the South side of the Caucasus Mountains and the Sakarya drains Northcentral Turkey.

          O.K., if you suspend a wheel on an axle and push that wheel from one side near the top, it rotates, the top goes ahead and soon returns as it revolves.   The more force the pusher exerts the faster it turns.

          The Black Sea is that wheel, it is a revolving or rolling cylindrical body of fluid, the rivers are the pushers both from the North whose profuse waters ride across the top and from the South whose waters ride across the bottom in the reverse direction.   This rotation over the years has created an undersea false beachfront as evidenced by soundings and samples of the sea bottom.   That is, as the waters rise on the backside of the "wheel" as it turns upwards, the sand particles although light fall out and remain on the bottom.

          Now as those waters flow much like a rotating cylinder, the forces are pretty much the same as a good prevailing wind which tends to push the surface waters to one side.   And, in the spring when the rivers on the North side are at flood stage the force of the prevailing "push" is that much greater causing the surface current to be that much greater in the Bosporus Strait.

          O.K., since the prevailing flow from the Mediterranean via the Aegean, the Dardanelles, the Sea of Marmara, the Bosporus, to the Black Sea ... when the surface layer outflow from the Black Sea reaches the Sea of Marmara it should mix with the waters of the Sea of Marmara and return to the Black Sea via the much stronger submerged current flowing into the Bosporus and on to the Black Sea.

          O.K., since a great deal of water from Southeastern Europe, Western Asia, and the Mediterranean flows into the Black Sea ... where does the water go?   It obviously doesn't all evaporate into the air, otherwise the myriad deserts in the Middle East and further Eastward wouldn't exist.


          The Bosporus Strait is unique because it consists of two rivers, one directly atop the other, flowing in opposite directions.   Yes, it's a double decker ... like a double decker freeway with traffic moving in opposite directions.   But, in the case of the Bosporus the two rivers rest one atop the other with nothing in between.

          This 19.5 mile unique waterway flows through a deep gorge which extends into the Black Sea.   The Bosporus Strait is nearly two miles wide at its South end but soon narrows to about half a mile wide before one reaches one-third of the transit.   At these narrows the Bosporus is bounded by steep rock sides that rise to a plateau about 300 feet above the waterway.

          The depth of the gorge from sea level to bedrock in the Bosporus channel is about 400 feet with a varying layer of sediment.   The uppermost river is a constantly flowing surface river flowing SSW from the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara.   However, it is only about 50 feet deep and consists of a mixture of salt and predominantly fresh water.   Its surface current is a steady gentle flow that sometimes may exceed 5 kts.   Whereas, underneath this quiet surface countercurrent is a more violent flow, a great river of salt water; yes, a virtual torrent flowing NNE.   This salt river is much denser; exhibits a very, very strong current; and is about 350 feet deep.   Thus, the volume of salt water flowing into the Black Sea via the Bosporus far exceeds the diluted fresh waters flowing into the Sea of Marmara.

          So, before the age of boat motors, "dragging stones" lowered into the much stronger North flowing current are said to be easily capable of pulling a small vessel Northnortheastward against the surface current.

          Researchers in Northeast Turkey seeking the traditional landing site of Noah's Ark were intrigued by a strange collection of pendant-like moderately flat stones each with a hole near the narrower top.   The late David Fasold, a mariner by trade, labeled these strange cut stones "dragging stones" and suggested that they may have been suspended from the aft end of Noah's ark to keep it from broaching in heavy seas.   However, the true purpose of these ancient stones apparently was for pulling vessels Northward through the Bosporus against the surface countercurrent.   That is, stones were lowered from the bow of a ship much like anchors into the very strong salt water current which then pulled the vessels Northward against the surface current and right on into the Black Sea.

          Perhaps these are the "stone things" spoken of in "The Gilgamesh Epic."   For more details and photographs of these "dragging stones" see:  David Fasold's book, "The Ark Of Noah," WYNWOOD Press (1988).

          Let's Build A Theoretical Model:  If one were to take two large tubs of water (one should be oblong), connect both with a deep rain gutter, break the gutter in the middle and insert a third container in the middle, when the middle container is inserted push it to one side so that the gutters are not aligned in a straight line (i.e. like the Dardanelles, Marmara, and Bosporus).

          Note also, the gutter segment representing the Bosporus should be quite short to reflect the relatively short length (19.5 mi) of the Bosporus.

          Next, if the whole rig were filled with water and each tub were identified as:  A. the Mediterranean, representing an endless source and reservoir of water; B. the Sea of Marmara, an interim body of water; and C. the Black Sea (the oblong tub).   If tub 'A' representing the Mediterranean were perforated or lowered to maintain a constant level, what would happen if water continued to be poured into tub 'C' representing the Black Sea?   Naturally the water would flow from tub 'C' to tub 'A' that has been rigged to maintain a given level.   The water would flow out on the ground either through the perforations or over its lip.

          But, in reality, the onbalance (predominant) flow is not from tub 'C' to 'A' but from 'A' to 'C'.   How can this be?   Therefore, if the water flow is from the Mediterranean to the Black Sea, even a little child knows that tub 'C' (the Black Sea) must have a big drain hole in it in order to cause the water to flow from tub 'A' to tub 'C', i.e. from the Mediterranean through the Bosporus to the Black Sea.

          Thus, in our three tub model we must put in a gate valve that can be opened to compensate for the inflow of water into tubs 'A' and 'C'.   So, to reproduce the two directional flow like in the Bosporus a series of hoses must be affixed to tubs 'A' and 'C' to mirror the river flows and to maintain the level of our miniature Mediterranean.   The gate valve in tub 'C' then regulates the outflow.

          A simplified approach might be to use one hose to maintain the level of tub 'A' and a couple of small fans to substitute for the effect of the rivers on tub 'C'.   That is, a steady breeze across tub 'C' should induce the water to roll slightly as it pushes the top layer across the tub.

          Note also, the actual drain in the bottom of the real Black Sea may interrupt the carriage or drift of sand, etc. across the bottom.   Therefore, a search for the drain hole(s) could examine both the shallower bottom and the much deeper currents.

          Caution:  Currents in the vicinity of the drain hole(s) in the Black Sea may exceed several knots and present a very serious danger ... possibly sucking untethered vehicles, mini subs, or divers into the subterranean water system.   Remember too, in the Northern Hemisphere when water flows downward and out a drain it tends to swirl in a counterclockwise direction to create a whirlpool effect.   Whereas, a straight line flow tends to turn right or clockwise.


          A Unique Model:  The Aral Sea, the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea all represent possible sources of water for subterranean fresh water systems throughout the lands from the Red Sea Westward through Iran and beyond.

          However, the Bosporus' two-way flow phenomena and the vast abundance of waters flowing into and out of the Black Sea should give researchers an interesting model site to undertake initial investigations.   The Black Sea appears to have two or more rivers flowing out deep underground.   Again, the Black Sea must have drain holes to compensate for the abundance of water flowing in.

          Distillation Units:  Each system, of course, must have a distillation unit to convert salt waters into fresh.   Thus, the salt waters first flow into subterranean channels, be converted into steam, and then condense as waters continue on to their outlets perhaps as far away as the Indian Ocean.   Even underground lakes may exist along the fresh water routes.   See, for example:  http://www.monroecounty.com/lost.html.

          Also, some distillation units are quite close to the surface.   For example, South of Beersheba, Palestine very hot waters have been found.   Again, in Yellowstone National Park and in the region North of that park here in the USA steam bubbles from the ground can be seen.   Again, Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA derives its name from their historic springs.   Similarly, in Iceland and even in the Kamchatka Peninsula there are hot springs bubbling out of the ground.

          Systems Exist Worldwide:  Salt water inlets and fresh water outlets may be found from the Polar regions to the Equatorial region.   Fresh water rivers flow both under land and under seas while the salt water oceans and seas are the sources for that water.

          Under the Greenland ice cap is a rather unique situation where a ring of mounts enclose fresh water outlets, the fresh water freezes as the new ice adheres to the existing ice cap.   Then the ever downward growing ice cap is buoyed upward.   This produces an outward flow of fresh water ice.   Then as that ice flows (creeps) outward between breaks in the mountain ring it forms glaciers that break off from time to time to produce icebergs.   In the process of creeping over submerged lands, as the ice flows over an obstruction or impediment, the creeping ice cracks to form great crevasses that may extend all the way to the bottom.

          Automatic Pumping Systems:  Note also, the great pressures at great depths in the seas force feed waters into the fresh water systems.   Thus, each system has its own automatic pumping system.

          Minerals And Metals:  Finally, one must consider that vast amounts of distillates including minerals and metals are removed by the automatic distilleries in the ocean's depths.   Samples of these concentrates of minerals and metals have been observed to exist as residue in the vicinity of the ocean's deep holes.   These samples reveal that far greater concentrations of these distillates exist in the vicinity of each distillery.   Thus, these concentrates offer a potential for commercial mining much the same as petroleum is pumped from below the ocean's bottoms.

          Petroleum:  Chanoch's water supply deals with intriguing aspects of Earth Sciences.   For example:  Many questions remain to be verified as tons and tons of seawaters are processed every minute worldwide.   And, that seawater is loaded with microscopic and larger sea organisms and life.   Therefore, petroleum apparently is a significant by-product of this vast system of distillation plants.   How is it separated?   Will mining minerals and metals interfere with this process?   Will such mining endeavors interfere with fresh water resources?

          Whales, for example, are living mammals that roam the seas feeding on sea organisms and life.   The whale, in turn, digests this sea life which is then converted into blubber.   Whaling vessels then harpoon adult whales and the whale blubber is then rendered into whale oil and other by-products.   Thus, how do the subterranean distilleries process this sea life to produce crude oil?

For:  Noah's Ark, City Built By Cain,
and Edenic Valley Exploration (EVE)

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