July 13, 2024

In this short video the narrator says Charles de Bourbourg wrote in 1872 that a catastrophic pole shift must have happened roughly 10,500 B.C. This is centuries farther back than Plato’s date for Atlantis’ end, but in total agreement with Graham Hancock’s assessment of when “Zep Tepi” – what ancient Egyptians called “the first time” ended. (Read Message of the Sphinx, a great book, if you want to understand his conclusions and analysis of ancient Egyptian civilization in depth. Short version: ancient Egypt was a legacy, a low level reflection of the great civilization before it.) And Wikipedia did verify: “An early mention of a shifting of Earth’s axis can be found in an 1872 article entitled “Chronologie historique des Mexicains” by Charles Étienne Brasseur de Bourbourg, a specialist in Mesoamerican codices who interpreted ancient Mexican myths as evidence for four periods of global cataclysms that had begun around 10,500 BCE.” The video below gives a brief intro to the idea, and asks why is no one talking about it? I talk about it too much, but if you want details – read POLE SHIFT: Evidence Will Not Be Silenced

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