Forgotten Civilization

Forgotten Civilization

The Role of Solar Outbursts in Our Past and Future

eBook - 2012
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Collecting evidence from various scientific disciplines, geologist Robert Schoch proposes that an advanced civilization predated ancient Egypt, Sumeria, and Greece. He shows that the last ice age ended abruptly in 9700 BCE due to coronal mass ejections from the Sun, which unleashed electrical/plasma discharges upon Earth and triggered volcanic activity, earthquakes, fires, and floods. These events eradicated the civilization of the time and set humanity back thousands of years, only to reemerge around 3500 BCE with scattered memories and nascent abilities. Schoch's theory explains many megalithic monuments, underground cities, and ancient legends including the Easter Island rongorongo texts and the G©œbekli Tepe complex in Turkey.Building upon his revolutionary theory that the Sphinx dates back much further than 2500 BCE, geologist Robert Schoch reveals scientific evidence of advanced civilization predating ancient Egypt, Sumeria, and Greece, as well as the catastrophe that...
Publisher: Rochester : Inner Traditions, 2012
ISBN: 9781594775123
Branch Call Number: E-Book
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Oct 09, 2012

Did you know that solar explosions cause physic ability in humans? Did you know that there were twelve foot tall people on Easter Island? Did you know that the author spent a total of four days on Easter Island and knew that the end of those days that all the experts who have studied the culture for years were totally wrong, and the author knew all the answers?

And that was before the author started getting silly. To give him his credit, he does have a good vocabulary.


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