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The TimeStar maps the Earth as energetic expressions of a whole system relative to time-space. TimeStar observes cycles of Earth's changing geography in contrast to prophetic maps. Fine geographical maps already exist and TimeStar recommends consulting them, along with TimeStar's time-space expressions.
As a life system the Earth changes over long geological ages measured in millions of years. The current geological epoch, the Holocene Epoch, began 12,000 to 13,000 years ago with the death of many large mammals and an asteroid impacted the Caribbean near Puerto Rico, leaving a 65,000-square-mile debris field in North and South Carolina. Earth's crust is thinnest in the Atlantic and the Caribbean, and the asteroid impact caused a fracture in the Atlantic Ocean that resulted in the legendary Atlantis sinking in the North Atlantic. This catastrophic impact acted as a strange attractor and greatly affected transition into the Holocene Age. Had the asteroid not fractured the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, the island of Atlantis would have submerged in natural sequencing as Lemuria did in an earlier geological age had the asteroid not damaged the ocean floor.
The last 12,000 years have been a transition period from one age to another in terms of Earth's internal processes. The Holocene Age comes into its own with land masses submerging and others emerging with the 2012 end of the timewave.