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11922Re: [Ancient-Mysteries] chronology

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  • aumsparky@earthlink.net
    May 7, 2012
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         alice : milford is 270 ft asl, it could be safer at paxton, ma  1100ft, just nw of you. 
         at the topper dig in sc, they report the clovis level of 13,000 years ago, within two feet from the surface.  6ft below the clovis strata, they found a campfire that tested radio-carbon dead, meaning it over over 50,000 years old. 
         [ bartram traveled this region in 1773, and reported pottery deposits washing from the savanah river banks, from a deeper strata than what they claim for clovis.  these have yet to be rediscovered.  could pottery in the southeast be older than clovis?  the tribes in pioneer times didnt use pottery in the southeast, as far as i know.  its possible that below the 50,000 year old level, more advanced relics may be found.  cayce told of lemurians making an entry in that era.  the excavators should spend some time in canoe, examining the riverbanks for relics. ] 
         [ as for the lack of sign of early occupants in the lower midwest, another reason for this is it being tornado alley.  hunter-gatherers likely learned to avoid the region during the long season when these storms were prevalent.  the southeast coast was empty during the yearly hurricane season.  this may be why there was a lack of longterm settlements in threatened regions. ] 
          authors posit a supernova event involved in the disaster they date to 13,000 bce.  yet, the excavators at topper were confident that the region continued to be occupied long after clovis times. 
          mysteryblack-glass particles were found at topper in the clovis layer. 
         below is a aerial photo of impacts at myrtle beach sc.  2/3 of a county in nc is covered by these.  to me, its clear that the southeast had numerous impacts, that accounts for the red clay deposits.  im surprised that the authors didnt select this region for the focal point of their event, instead of central canada, where no impact site has been identified.  for the craters to be so pristine, and uneroded, my guess is these impacts are more recent than 13,000 bce.  this area gets heavy rains, yet the rims are still distinct.  the seafloor off the carolina coast also has these anomalies.  this is the first that ive heard of craters on the land in this area.  i may want to drive there and take a look. 
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