AL'JIHAD : MESSENGERS (Angels & Devil) IN THE SKY (Captured Picture) AL'JIHAD Seventh Edition - Coker College copy - Page 540

genekind refer to as faults and earthquakes as constant pressure of the Chromosphere against the bottom of the Inner-Ironosphere, though the inner Earth is constantly cooling down due to volcanic eruption and the Earth revolving and/or orbiting the Sun. Yet, the existence of the many spheric Compressions and Rarefactions of elemental multiple variations are many spheric behaviors of compressions and rarefactions that produces what we as genekind call Sound. If you are a person who has the ability to organize sound and/or noise, then sound becomes tones and/or music. The Transition Zone is reclassified as the Inner-Transitionosphere just as the Upper Mantle is reclassified as the Mantlosphere in the Science of AJAAUCOAO, in which it is the science of AJAAUCOAO Three Hundred Sixty Degrees ( 360º ). For, this Transitionosphere is a hardness that exists between the Ironosphere and the Mantlosphere. It is above the Ironosphere and below the Mantlosphere, thus leaving the Transitionosphere being formed of substance that is a cross between the hardest Iron (Ironosphere) and the most hard Rock (Mantlosphere). So, when we look at the structure of the Transitionosphere; it is at the average thickness of three hundred fifty miles. We must give and take a few miles for the Transition Zone, for it exists on both sides of the boundaries of all spheres. To rise further within the Earth's Lithosphere, we come to that which has been reclassified as the Inner Mantlosphere. It is also known as the hardest rock in the Earth's spheric existence. The Inner Mantlosphere is of an average thickness of 220 miles, however, we must give and take a few miles due to the transition zones. The Inner Mantlosphere is a substance of rock that is made of silicon, oxygen, aluminum, iron, and magnesium, though there are other unidentified elements that exist in the Inner Mantlosphere. So it is with all the spheres in the Earth as well as the Universe. Next of the lithospheres, we come to that which the modern scientists call the Mohorovicic discontinuity, in which it is another name for the transition zone that exists between the Inner Mantlosphere and Inner Crustosphere (though modern scientists refer to it as the Crust). Still, in this book the Mohorovicic is reclassified as the Inner Mohorovicicosphere. The Inner Mohorovicicosphere is nothing more than hot rock and metal that exists below the Inner Crustosphere; with the thickness of a few miles. And last of the Lithospheres is the Inner Crustophere. Inner Crustophere, we as young scholars must view from two pressures, and they are the ocean basins (land beneath the waters) and the continents (land above the water - dry lands). First, there is the Inner Crustosphere, it is of the ocean basins. It is mostly made of three types of rocks, and they are: Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic. The Igneous Rocks are due to the hot Inner Mohorovicicosphere, in which it has caused shells, bones, and other remains of living things to melt as a transition and cooling in that it become a hardened rock. Next, there are the Sedimentary Rocks. Sedimentary Rocks are none other than that of the hardening together of shells, bones, and the remains of the living things which sink to the ocean's floor, in which it has produced a form of rock referred to as the Sedimentary. Last of the Inner Crustosphere are the metamorphic rocks. Metamorphic Rocks are the rocks that layer beneath the pressure of sedimentary and igneous rocks and above the hot Mohorovicic rocks, thus producing a hot and hard rock we call the metamorphic. As a result of the process of these three rocks, they mostly consist of two chemicals, and they are silicon and oxygen. Nevertheless, the thickness of the Crustosphere is an average of about 2.8 miles. And also of the Inner Crustosphere's there are two types of rocks we know on the continents or the dry land, and they are the Sima and Sial. For this dry land consists of two layers of rocks known as the sima and sial, as they are referred to by the modern and/or European scientists of Geology and other schools of thought. When completing the structure of the Earth's lithosphere, before, we first must come to that of the continental Inner Crustosphere called the sima. The “AL’JIHAD”– by, Imam Mahdi . © ® ™ : Of 842 Pages Is 540