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Edoras (Mount Sunday)
« on: June 09, 2010, 21:54:44 »

Edoras (Mount Sunday)





Edoras in the flim Lord of the Rings was filmed at an amazing location called Mount Sunday, Canterbury, New Zealand. The LOTR people needed a hill in a spectacular valley and Mt Sunday was it. But how the hill that became Edoras formed in a geology universe? How can such a hill be left, with steep sides and mini rolling hills at one end when the rest of the massive valley floor was removed by glaciers?



edoras (mount sunday) - roche moutonne or gEUlogy?


Was Edoras formed not by glacial action but by Electric Universe geology that also formed the Lichtenberg figure mountains around it and the whole of the Southern Alps?



location of Edoras in new zealand - southern alps showing lichtenberg figures



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Edoras (Mount Sunday) location, location, location
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2010, 23:00:42 »
Edoras (Mount Sunday) location, location, location



edoras (mt sunday) new zealand - location in the southern alps


edoras is located in new zealands southern alps in a wide valley surrounded by mountains. yet on the floor of the valley stands a lonely hillock that became the famous Lord of the Rings town of Edoras. the southern alps show the classic lichtenberg figure mountains that shows how they were formed in an Electric Universe. at the north end of the southern alps there are "lightning flowers"



lichtenberg pattern and mountains (siberian traps)



west coast of the south island new zealand - lichtenberg figure mountains and valley


what is amazing about new zealand is that the southern alps make the spine of the south island yet the plains to the east can be very flat. as if they dont notice "mountain building" forces. then when you look at the west coast whee the southern alps are located you will find massive valleys with flat floors amongst the southern alps and beside the coast.




edoras (mt sunday) is called a roche moutonne (Roche moutonnée), geology states they are created by glaciers. how was edoras left alone in this massive valley floor? how did glaciers create a shear face yet also mini rolling hills, blocks of rock that stick out of the hill top? how was this bit of rock strong enough to survive what the rest of the valley could not? how can the valley floor be so flat?



olympus mons on mars

the solar systems largest "volcano" is olympus mons on mars but is it a volcano and how could it grow to be so big? is it an arc weld blister in an electric universe? Notice that Edora (mount sunday) is also on a similar base.


what if you found tear shaped knobs in countries that never had glaciers?

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A roche moutonnée is an elongated knob of bedrock that has been carved and smoothed by an overriding glacier. It is oriented in the direction the glacier flowed. The upstream or stoss side is gently sloping and smooth, and the downstream or lee side is steep and rough. That is generally the opposite of how a drumlin (a similar but larger body of sediment) is shaped
Roche Moutonnée | geology.about.com



LOTR Edoras hill in new zealand

the area around edoras appears to be on a slight plate or raised bedrock. how has the rest of the bedrock been worn away by glacier action yet edoras bit has remained? how can glaciers carve the strange shape of edoras?

edoras is not the only ridge hill in a flat valley surrounded by mountains. there are a number of them around the world including the famous Crowley's Ridge in Arkansas, USA

was edoras and other ridge hills in flat valley floors formed by a massive discharge in an Electric Universe? is edoras similar to an arc weld spot where you get a blister? was it formed by an EDM type event when the lichtenberg figure mountains of the southern alps were created?

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