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Is it possible the Earth’s crust can move as Charles Hapgood described in his 1970 book “The Path of the Pole?
If it had happened, wouldn’t we have ancient records? And if it had happened, wouldn’t our scientists have already proven that it can!
We must remember that as recently as the 1960’s we were building space rockets to the Moon before we knew whether it’s craters were dried lake beds, the result of volcanic eruptions, ice, or meteor impact sites.
What if … ancient records exist but we just can’t read them?
What if… the truth behind the great legends is simply that all life on Earth hung in the balance in very recent human history? Did these memories foster the myths of the gods?
A lot of time has been spent deciphering old art in previous posts. The point was to demonstrate that there still exists a great historical record of the events associated with a great comet impact and a crustal displacement as described in “A Planet Most Miraculous: The Mechanics of Earth’s Rotating Crust.”
The Greek god Hermes represents swiftness and today this ancient symbol (shown above) represents medicine. But what did it originally mean? Look at it closely. Exactly what does it depict?
Prior posts have shown there are key elements in ancient art which demonstrates there was a continuous desire to perpetuate a core set of ideas. Today these ideas are identified as religions composed of myths. We seldom, if ever, attribute the purpose of religion to… the preservation of Earth’s history and its measurements. If religion’s original true nature was basic Earth science, then ignorance, both then and now, has fostered the myths of gods.
Does the symbol of Hermes above tell us a double comet impacted Earth at the former pole?
Does the Venus of Schelklingen tell us a double comet decapitated mother Earth?
If only they had spelled it out clearly!!! Or did they?…….
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