Yesterday we talked about how evolved planets handle rebalancing. We touched on the sheer number of planets that are inhabited and evolved. We also explained how the plants and the animals are prepared to survive the rebalancing.
Today we will talk about how busy a planet becomes during rebalancing. The population knows the rebalancing is coming and they know how to survive the disruptions that accompany the rebalancing. This is what the Crystal, Indigo, and Star Children have truly come here to help us with.
OK, so now we have the plants and the animals moved. How about the people themselves?
First, one of the things that is done to lessen the disruption to the people of the planet is that the population of the planet is allowed to drop. For those who have not read the entire blog, we discuss elsewhere that the correct population size for most planets is about five and a half million. Here is the link to that post. Many times the population is reduced to just a few million so that there are fewer people to move.
There are two areas on each planet that do not submerge during the rebalancing. These areas are five hundred miles on a side and are located roughly on opposite sides of the globe from each other. One of these areas is occupied by the leadership of the planet. These leadership families number in the tens of thousands for each family. They are not elected, nor do they hold position by force. They are there because they are recognized as having the wisdom, understanding, and the ability to lead the people.
One of the qualifications for leadership is the proven ability to lead a planet through rebalancing. Each of the three leadership families lives in its own huge house. These houses literally run for tens of miles in length and contain countless tens of thousands of rooms, as well as many work and meeting spaces. There are many extra rooms and many of them are used temporarily to house some of the people who have evacuated from land that will submerge.
However, these leadership houses are not large enough to house all the people who need to be evacuated. There is temporary housing that is built on the other piece of land that does not submerge.
A Busy Place
The leaders and many of the people of the planet know what pieces of land will be submerging first. They also know the order in which the rest of the land will go down. Once the temporary housing is built on safe land, the families who live on the first land to submerge are moved to safety. Just as the leadership families are very large, so the normal families are also very large. Most families number in the thousands and occupy houses that are miles long. You have a very large extended family of parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc. all living together. It takes a little while to move each family.
Now, the leadership also knows what areas of land will rise from the ocean floor first. As each piece of land rises people start to move back. They start to rebuild their houses, plant trees and gardens, and move the animals back. There is some overlap, but during the rebalancing the safe areas are in constant flux with people moving from land that will submerge, waiting awhile, and then moving back to land that has risen. They are also moving plants and animals around with them. A rebalancing is a very busy time.
What Gets Left Behind is Blown Down
Let’s take a look at what happens to the land left behind when a family leaves their house for the safe areas. Remember all those trees that have had the individuals removed from them? Well, they cannot be left standing. For the rebalancing to proceed properly they need to be blown over.
Remember, the large houses that have been abandoned? Those need to be blown over also. Remember we are talking about houses that are miles long and were built to stand for millions of years. Some of them will fall down from the shock of the earthquakes. Others will be blown down by the same winds that blow the trees down.
Once the plants, animals, and people have been removed, once the remaining buildings and trees are blown down, the land is ready to submerge. Each piece of land submerges over the course of a few days to a few weeks. Remember, it is not supposed to have anybody still there. It is the job of the leadership to get everybody off. There are large earthquakes and subsequent tsunamis associated with the land sinking. The people who remain on the planet are living where the tsunamis will not affect them and in structures built to withstand the earthquakes. Everybody is expecting these events and has a fairly good idea of when they will happen. They go about their daily business but do not let the shaking or the waves interfere with their jobs.
Here is one last piece about rebalancing on an evolved planet. What about the two areas that do not ever go underwater? How are they rebalanced? Because these areas are small they experience what is basically a constant slight rebalancing. This means that there are many constant slight adjustments that are made to keep these areas in proper balance. However, this cannot be done for the land masses of the planet. They are just too large for this method of rebalancing to work effectively.
In tomorrow’s post we will look at how a planet that has yet to evolve handles rebalancing. There will be some ideas in that post that may hold a clue to how we should be approaching our rebalancing. We will discuss those ideas on Thursday and Friday.