9512 BC, The Near Total Destruction of the planet
The epoch marks the end of the Pleistocene and start of the Holocene epoch
The last Heinrich events (H1, H0), Oldest Dryas, Bølling oscillation, Older Dryas, Allerød oscillation, and the Younger Dryas are a kaleidoscope of names for the same thing. They are the record of temperature variations on Earth while
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Here are the facts as I see them: 1. *EQUAL IN IMPORTANCE:* On the one hand, we have the biggest, most important myth of all time, the Osiris myth. On the other hand, we have the biggest, most important event of all time, the breakup of David Talbott’s Polar configuration. You can add the perfect spice to this by Jno Cook’s date of 3147 BC more or less corresponding to the same timeframe of the Osiris myth (I need to investigate this). These two, the myth and the event, want to be cojoined.
jno: I actually think the 4000 years of the southern plasmoids was more important. It set the tone for almost every religion for 7000 years.
A “Refuge from Catastrophes”
hail = stones
The Immanuel Velikovsky Theories That Outraged Mainstream Scientists [FULL VIDEO]
Great Cycle Temperature Correlations
The correlations are still valid even if the events assigned to them are no longer supported…
Here is the same temperature chart with Mesoamerican Long Count calendar “Great Cycles” or “Mayan ages” overlaid.
There are five 108 orbits of Jupiter cycles of destruction recorded here. Here is a condensed version of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar table showing the dates of these five events.
REDO THIS TABLE WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TEMPERATURE RECORD
The Ice Age (energy) Paradox
The closer one gets to the truth about our past, the more interrelated is everything. Eventually there emerges a clear picture of what really happened. This is particularly true of what has been dubbed the “ice age (energy) paradox.” If you are already familiar with this subject, you may want to skip the remainder of this introductory section. This term refers to the rapid melting of the ice sheets in North America during the near total destruction of the planet in 9500 BC. It is called a “paradox” because of the estimated energy required to melt so much is astronomical and difficult to explain. Randall Carlson beats this drum better than most. Here are a couple videos of his on the subject for useful background information:
Try as he may, Randall Carlson falls short of the mark in fully conveying the level of destruction in 9500 BC. For that you need to read “Cataclysm! Compelling Evidence of a Cosmic Catastrophe in 9500 BC” by D.S. Allan & J.B. Delair. Carlson’s main foible is in focusing entirely on the melting ice and the death of the megafauna (Ancient Greek mégalo “large” + New Latin fauna “animal”) in North America. Allan and Delair go much further. After reading their book, you are left wondering how anyone or anything survived.
There are many theories as to what happened. The most official sounding one is the “Younger Dryas impact hypothesis,” which is backed by a number of mainstream scientists (who imagine themselves as taking a radical stand). There are simply too many events to support a fragmented asteroid theory. The meltwater pulses (e.g. 1A, 1B) and the Mississippi River superflood events (e.g. MWF-5) were separated by too much time. In fact, I find it almost comical that the people backing this theory poke fun at mainstream science and then turn around and propose something equally ridiculous. As stated by Dr. Paul A. LaViolette:
The Cause of the Megafaunal Extinction:
Supernova or Galactic Core Outburst?
Twenty-Two Problems with the Firestone-West Supernova Comet Theory
Paul A. LaViolette, Ph.D.
Extended versus discrete duration. The energetics triggering the YD boundary firestorm in the superwave theory come primarily from the scorching effects of a ground contacting CME, the Sun becoming overly active due to the high concentrations of nebular material invading the solar system. In the Firestone-West theory, on the other hand, the energy would come mainly from the kinetic energy of the impacting comet fragments. The preexisting superwave theory predicts a temporally extended effect transpiring over several thousand years with a climax at the AL/YD boundary, whereas the Firestone-West scenario involves discrete impact events with debris presumably settling to the ground within a few years. To explain meltwater peaks and radiocarbon peaks occurring at earlier climatic boundaries, e.g., around 17,000 and 18,000 years BP, they propose an earlier wave of cometary onslaughts. Thus although comet impacts are inherently a temporally discrete phenomenon, to make their theory account for these earlier geologic events, they propose earlier bombardments associated with the passage of a more leading part of the supernova shell and presumably traveling at a higher speed, around 2500 -3200 km/s. Thus for effects to be spread out over this length of time, their proposed supernova remnant shell is inferred to be about 50 light years thick. [bold-red emphasis added] —4. The Supernova/Comet Theory vs. the Superwave Theory: Similarities, Differences, and Inherent Problems with the Former
- coronal mass ejection (CME) resulting in a massive solar storm on Earth
- distant supernova