The words of Dr. Cabrera


A visit with Dr. Cabrera


(this material is an excerpt from the book "The Message of the Stones", by Dr. Javier Cabrera)



I have previously mentioned that the precataclysmic situation that the Earth suffered was due to an increase in the level of heat due to the fact that solar energy, after arriving on the planet, could not escape because the atmosphere was saturated with water vapor and impurities that blocked the outward radiation. I have also mentioned that this situation is incompatible with what is revealed on both gliptoliths: a harmonic distribution of the use of the resources of the planet for a better life in the gliptolithic humanity. I have also said that this precataclysmic situation did not occur at the same tine as the harmonic distribution of the resources of the planet, since the cataclysm implies an anarchic use of the planets resources. I have also mentioned that a possible cause for this critical situation might have been that the humans that became part of the gliptolithic humanity might have estranged themselves from the final reason for their existence: the increase and conservation of knowledge.

These two incompatible situations that are observed on the gliptoliths can only mean that the gliptolithic men have left us a double message: on one side the model of a rational use of natural resources for the planet to equilibrate its metabolism, and on the other, a view of how the planet can be led to a situation of crisis as a consequence of atmospheric contamination. It is understood that the abandoning of knowledge and the embracing of egotistic ideals were the cause of the misuse of natural resources of the planet in the remote past.

This is an alarming message if it is realized that contemporary humanity is leading the planet towards acute atmospheric contamination, through which the critical situation would be repeated. There are phenomenon occurring today that confirm this statement. As a result of the industrialization of the globe and the production and release of gasses and coloidal particles, these are being spread throughout the atmosphere and are being accumulated in the upper limits of the atmosphere. The existence of a science without social function, and the use of technologies that do not take into account human life or the metabolism of the planet, are producing waste that alter the water cycles of the rivers, lakes and seas. The unplanned growth of urban centers, both for factories and agricultural production, which is motivated by competition between the nations of the world for markets, is systematically destroying agricultural land and forests, necessary for the conservation of our natural habitat.

The phenomena previously described are forming a barrier (opaque body) in the atmosphere, that will impede the dispersion of solar energy that the planet receives and thus will result in an increase in temperature. If this process continues unchecked, a thermic situation like that which the planet suffered in the remote past will once more occur.

The presence of immense blocks of ice (icebergs) in zones where they were not known to exist before has led scientists to believe that a new ice-age is upon us. What is actually happening is that with the increase in global temperature the polar ice-caps are beginning to melt, setting loose these huge blocks of ice, and also masses of cold water, that lead to changes in climate in the areas where they end up. However, this phenomenon is only the beginning of the total melting of all the ice on the planet, as happened on Earth before, judging by the representation of the two hemispheres on the gliptoliths (remember that these did not contain ice-caps). Therefore, since it seems evident that the Earth will once more experience the progressive increase in temperature, after the ice meltdown there will be an evaporation of the waters. But this will have to follow from an initial period of cold climate as the polar caps dissolve.

It is important to remember that the technicians in the United Nations proposed a model of the world to solve the problem of contamination of the atmosphere, that was made up of the following stages: a) construction, in determined zones of the planet, of huge cities for the human population; b) rationally distribute land for agricultural production; c) a planned distribution of industrial centers; d) to make sure that part of the surface of the planet is uninhabited by man to preserve the natural habitat.

This model - which has not received much attention excepting a few press commentaries - has many elements in common with the model of the gliptolithic planet, in which, as I have mentioned, the population was concentrated in Megapoli, certain zones were reserved for industry and agriculture, and certain zones of the planet were left uninhabited.

The definitive message that the two gliptoliths thus leave the men of the future is that man must not alter the natural mechanisms that structure the life and the metabolism of the planet, which are necessary to conserve the habitat and knowledge of the human race.