Remembering the end of the world

The sun we now call the sun was not the sun at one time within human history.  Cataclysmic events occurred in the skies above, sending thunderbolts (electric arcing) to earth digging out features on the landscape, and destroying everything in seconds.  This ancient history was slowly discovered by David Talbott initially working from rock art from all corners of the earth, when he realised the graphics were representations of heavenly events, and the drawings were plasma patterns of electrical discharge visible in space with the naked eye.   His work, that of Walt Thornhill and of many others since, is changing all of science as well as cosmology.

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One Response to “Remembering the end of the world”

  1. bangonit says:

    Thanks Tap for posting this and the Thunderbolts.Info site a while ago.”Worlds in Collision” and “Earth in Upheaval”are great books that one day will get the credit they deserve from main stream science,but dont hold your breath.
    Love peace harmonies.

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