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Iron Legionnaire
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Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
Have y’all ever come across this long-time CIA classified document about rapid rotational changes of the earth.

CIA declassified file

Explains both Biblical Flood and historical cross-continental geological similarities. Why Europe had the Ice Age (the land was on “the North Pole”).

The good shite starts on pdf page 19.


Azkiger
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
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Biblical Flood


Local or world wide?


NikolaiJakov
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
Worldwide. You doing get the breakup of Pangea from a localized, rainwater flood.


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JackieTreehorn
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
How will this affect the Green New Deal?


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Iron Legionnaire
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
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Local or world wide?


Worldwide. Basically geological and magnetic events in conjunction with the ice caps lead to the landmass rapidly rotating on axis leading to water rapidly flooding coastline/civilizational areas every 7000 years or so.

Adam and Eve story 11500 years ago.
Noah 6000 years ago.

CIA kept this classified for a LONG time.
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
Frightening


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Placebeaux
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
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Local or world wide?


World wide


scrooster
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
I just wanna know ... are we overdue and will some of my property soon be beachfront or not?


Placebeaux
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
It happens every 5000 to 10500 years and the last time was 6500 years ago.


SquatchDawg
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
I don’t know that I buy the whole crust displacement theory. That seems unrealistic as the crust is made up of multiple plates.

I think that Randall Carlson (and others) theory of an ice cap comet strike around 12,000 yrs ago covers the worldwide flood myths and fossil deposits that point to a massive worldwide destructive flood.
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ThinePreparedAni
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
Scary stuff

Considering how big a push there is to get off this rock (Musk)

We have discussed this elsewhere


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Jake88
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
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lead to the landmass rapidly rotating on axis leading to water rapidly flooding coastline/civilizational areas every 7000 years or so.
So Mississippi is good til the year 9005.


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Junky
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
My problem with the theory is the mass % of the crust vs the ice. I don't know off the top of my head, but the thickness of the crust is roughly tens of miles thick. This mass is much, much, greater than the "mile" thick ice on the poles. It seems (to me) that the greater mass of the solid crust would be enough to overcome the 0.01% of the ice built up on the poles. Or, not nearly enough mass to shift it so suddenly so quickly.


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Jimbeaux
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
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Iron Legionnaire
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I see. Uh hunh. Yep. Okay.

Let’s just take it easy, take it easy, take it real slow.
Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

Just have a drink and sit over there at the bar awhile.


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braindeadboxer
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
I skimmed through it. It’s thought provoking for sure


omegaman66
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
Modern man has not seen a pole shift. The science I have read about it paints a far less dire situation than what is in those previously classified documents.

From what I gathers the poles have shifted many more times than we previously thought because most of the flips result in a very quick follow up of a second flip happening right after the first flip occurs.

If the devastation was as severe as said in that document then life would hardly exist on remote islands. The diversity on those islands should be way less diverse if pole shifts were as bad as depicted.

It takes lots of time to develop diversity on remote islands.

My question is why would it be classified in the first place. The only reason that comes to mind is they wanted to give it credence by classifying it and using it when it is declassified to frighten people into doing or allowing something.

IDK. I can't think of anything else.


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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
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It happens every 5000 to 10500 years and the last time was 6500 years ago.

I know it's terrible and I shouldn't think this way, but with the direction we've turned as a "civilization"...



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mulletproof
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
I trust Randall Carlson about 10,000 times more than I trust anything the CIA has to say.

On this or any fricking topic you can come up with frankly.


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TenWheelsForJesus
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
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My question is why would it be classified in the first place. The only reason that comes to mind is they wanted to give it credence by classifying it and using it when it is declassified to frighten people into doing or allowing something.


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The CIA classified "The Adam and Eve Story" by Chan Thomas for two reasons:

it shared information about cyclical cataclysms
it explained it with a plasma universe framework


The above is just speculation I imagine, but the simplest explanation is that it was classified because it revealed the truth. Organizations connected to esoteric knowledge and secret societies have been trying to hide the truth about humanity's history, our place in the universe, and our true capabilities from the populace for millennia.

There are chapters missing from the declassified documents released by the CIA. What is in those chapters?

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Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2013/06/24 CIA-RDP79B00752A000300070001-8



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Hunt1010
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re: Regarding Ancient civilizational wipeout theories
Yep, I don’t believe a frickin thing the CIA says.
This post was edited on 10/9 at 11:41 pm


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