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  • Luke Threadgould
    On May 8, 1953, an elderly professor wrote a letter to Charles H. Hapgood, an obscure instructor at a small New England college. The professor was Albert
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 18, 1999
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      On May 8, 1953, an elderly professor wrote a letter to Charles H. Hapgood, an obscure instructor at a small New England college. The professor was Albert Einstein and the topic of the letter was a theory of Hapgood's that had "electrified" the great physicist. Einstein wrote:

      I find your arguaments very impressive and have the impression that your hypothesis is correct. One can hardly doubt that significant shifts of the earth's crust have taken place repeatedly and within a short time.

      The consequences of a crustal displacement are monumental. As the earth's crust slides over it's interior, the world is shaken by incredible earthquakes and floods. The sky appears to fall as the crust shifts position. Day after day the sun seems to rise and set over an altered horizon, untill finally the crust grinds to a halt. Beneith the ocean, earthquakes generate massive tidal waves that crash against coastlines, flooding them. Some lands are shifted to warmer climates. Others, propelled into polar zones, suffer the direst of winters. Melting ice-caps, released from the polar ares, raise the oceans level even higher. All creatures must adapt, migrate or die.

      The last time this occured was 12.500 years ago (fact), this brought an end to the last ice-age, causing the great flood, as the polar caps shifted up to 2000 miles. Indeed, last time around the North pole was somewhere in north Canada. The shift also sent Antarctica into the south polar zone (Atlantis ??) and wiped out all life there. The mass extinctions in North America, where hundreds of thousands of Buffalo/Bison are still being discovered frozen while alive, food still undigested in their stomachs, are evidence of sudden climatic changes caused by crust displacement. It is known that the North Pole has centered at at least 7 different places over the last few hundred thousand years within a diameter of 4 thousand miles.

      If you've read about the Mayan's then you'll know that they were a highly advanced culture steeped in Astonomical knowledge. The Mayan's were totally aware of this cycle, and understood that the shifts were caused by Electro-magnetic Solar activity, which results in causing our own magnetic poles to reverse.

      The Mayan's recorded solar activity over thousands of years, and were taught about it's importance by a clan of people with 'magical wisdom and powers' who arrived on their shores after the last 'end of the world' (survivors of the 'Atlantean' empire ??).

      Got to go now, but more to follow in the near future. Any responses more than welcome.

      ~Lukas
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