July 13, 2024

From the Youtube video: A Tenth Of The World Burned 12,800 Years Ago

I recently wrote a book on POLE SHIFTS and the evidence indicates the last major cataclysm was approximately 12,900 years ago.

Anything pointing to about the same time frame gets my attention.  Devastating fires coinciding with increased levels of platinum and iridium in the ashes indicate a cosmic cause.  I believe Dr. Paul LaViolette is correct that all spiral galaxies, including our own Milky Way, all have several expanding waves of energy coming outwards from their galactic centers, as described in Earth Under Fire.  The last such “galactic superwave” seems to have impacted our solar system around 12,900 years ago.  It would have also affected the sun, energizing it and causing intense flaring, as theorized by Dr. Robert Schoch in Forgotten Civilization.  While I blame the tag team of energetic outbursts from the galactic center and sun for the global storm of forest fires – and the last pole shift – many argue that the fires could have been caused by comet fragmentation and impact.


Either way – pine forests were suddenly burned and replaced by poplars, which specialize in spreading into areas destroyed by forest fires.  The ash and soot forms a thick layer around the world known as the Usselo Horizon.  We may debate what caused it, but there is no doubt that a major cataclysm affected our planet almost 13,000 years ago.  In my most recent book I review the evidence indicating there was a POLE SHIFT at the time and that the North American ice age ended then because the North Pole relocated from Hudson Bay to its current position.

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jx9zxaUB6ZE&w=854&h=480]

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