Earth polarization Hassan ASADIYAN FALAHIEH, Payam-e Noor University of Ahwaz, Iran, [email protected] By using geographical concepts such as N/S or E/W and comparing meteorological phenomena with geological ones we try to understand the foundation of geodynamic. For example E/W and N/S-Hemisphere show different polarization with respect to sunlight and season. From geological view we also see orogenic belt in the Earth has different polarizations with respect to E-W e.g. gravity anomalies around Rocky and Himalaya. Another example: East Pacific and west Pacific show inverse polarization e.g. Japan/Fijibasins with respect to Ands/Rocky-mountains. Alp-Himalaya oscillates in E-W direction but Rocky-Ands, in the opposite side, oscillate in N-S direction. Furthermore in global scale we see oceans and continents located against each other with respect to E/W and N/SHemisphere. Geomagnetic field also diverge from the South and converge into the North. Inversely, we see mass concentration (Antarctica) in south-pole and mass dispersion (Arctic Ocean) in the north-pole. If we admit that they are not randomly occurred so what is the mystery hidden behind these facts? It seems the same dynamic driving metrology drive geodynamic; the difference is only in the scales. Earth-fractalization agrees very well with cyclone-like galactic cell which fired several billion years ago under Mecca. accordingly Mecca's location satisfies Golden-Ratio i.e. south latitude of Mecca is about 1.618 times of north latitude, but with respect to E-W it is remarkably to adopt the Tonga-Samoa rift as a meridian, under this condition west longitude is also about 1.618 times east longitude. '.618' show amount of excess spreading in the W/S with respect to E/N.