by Mith Battros – Earth Changes Media

I was contacted yesterday by my good friend George Noory, host of the late night radio show ‘Coast to Coast AM’. Many of you know I’m a regular guest presenting updates on space weather, ancient text/culture findings, and earth changing events such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, volcanoes, and various forms of extreme weather. – List of radio stations:  List a few of our past shows: 



First he asked for a report on the latest solar weather events, and of course I’m right on top of it always ready to share the latest news. Then he asked me to do a report on a Press Release from Russia telling of a Kimberlite volcanic diamond deposit in the far reaches of the Krasnoyarsk and Yakutia territory of Siberia. This one caught me off guard. I was a bit puzzled of this request, but as always I said “sure”.


Then after about 5 minutes, it dawned on me. “Of course” I said to myself – reflecting for just a moment knowing George is always made aware of my latest research. Without George directly saying it, and perhaps knowing I would ascertain his direction as soon as I received the Press Release – and yes, I immediately did. It was not about the Russian disclosure of a tightly held state secret since the early 1970’s – although very interesting in the way of a geo-political chess game – his request was designed to go beyond the surface story.




After doing dozens of show with him, I believe George knew after reading the press release, my mind would go straight to the first question: “How did the diamonds get there?” Now we’re going into the direction of my latest research identifying the intimate and symbiotic connection between our galaxy Milky Way, the Sun, the Earth and Humans.


In fact, as a favored consequence of this Russian press release, an extended chapter will be added into my 3rd book Trilogy with the working title as: “What You Don’t Know About New Scientific Findings”(Our Milky Way, the Sun, the Earth, and Humans)


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So, how are diamonds made and how do they get to the Earth’s top layer of hard rocky crust and its tectonic plates?


Diamonds are formed deep within the Earth, between100-150 miles below the surface in the upper mantle. They develop as a result of “convection” which occurs within a layer called “lithosphere”.


Convection is the process of opposing forces such as super heated molten rocks – impacting with a much cooler hard rocky crust which includes plate tectonics. Where these two forces meet, it is accompanied by a third process of an enormous force of sheer weight and gravity.


Above the “lithosphere” is the hardened rocky crust and plate tectonics. Below the lithosphere is the mantle – a more viscous type liquid something like melted gum. It is during this process, diamonds are made.



A New Equation is Born:

Increase Charged Particles –>Deceased Magnetic Field –>Increase Outer Core Convection –>Increase of Mantle Plumes –>Increase in Earthquake & Volcanoes –>Cools Mantle and Outer Core –>Return of Outer Core Convection (mitch battros 2012)


How they get to the surface goes directly to my researchtelling of a current escalation of mantle plumes. Mantle plumes are veins (or channels) of liquid material (magma) which is initiated from the Earth’s super-heated outer core fluids. These mantle plumes are formed as a developed mechanism which serves the purpose of cooling the outer core as a result of overheating due to a fission-type reaction stimulated by an exceeding flow of charged particles as a means of cooling.


Kimberlite Pipes: Named after the town of Kimberley in South Africa, where the discovery of an 83.5-carat (16.7 g) diamond in 1871 spawned a diamond rush. It is simply the deposit of magma which went through the process carbon convection – then was brought to the surface by mantle plumes.


A quick summation is to suggest – as the Earth’s magnetic field weakens, an increase of charged particles are coming through that would otherwise be deflected. This extended flow consisting of a ranging spectrum of smaller to larger particles related to the variance of particles such as the smallest particle from cosmic rays, gamma rays, coronal mass ejections, coronal holes and filament, to the largest of particles from solar flares and solar wind.




As the whole assortment of particles interact with the Earth’s magnetic dipole, a form of fission occurs heating (or over heating) the Earth’s outer core. The Earth’s reaction to bring a thermostatic balance to maintain an ambient temperature is to release its hot liquid from the outer core, through the mantle, then travelling to the upper mantle where it forms chambers of magma some of which develop into mantle plumes. As this hot liquid travels upward, it becomes viscous bringing up minerals – one of which is carbon, or a form of carbon graphite which crystallizes developing into what we call “diamonds”.


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