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The Pole Shift That Sank Atlantis

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    Cromie(Author) Gagnon(Author)

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This book tells a different story than that of Mankind's recorded history. It challenges existing theories on such things as the Ice Ages, the related extinction of many animal species and drastic changes in climate conditions. A major catastrophic event took place only 12,400 years ago. Multiple large meteors impacted the Earth with such unimaginal force as to cause a change to Earth's Axis. These findings have been corroborated by one of history's most important monuments, The Great Pyramid of Giza. You will find compelling evidence that highly advanced civilizations existed before this event, civilizations that until now have always been considered a myth. Don't feed from the information trough; choose your own meal. The "Ice Ages" are the real myth.
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  • By Bob Lock on 5 August 2017

    I was really impressed with this book, currently available free on Kindle Unlimited (July/August 2017). I will now be buying the Kindle version, and also the paperback version (for others to read). Some things are obvious, once someone puts the "jigsaw pieces" in the right order, and the right way round. I am sure that the "jigsaw picture" will become clearer with time, as more people consider all the evidence that is available to us at this time.Hopefully, the academics will start "looking outside the box" and considering "as possible truth" what is becoming increasingly "obvious" to the rest of us. Well done! Very much in line with my own research, with a "new" interpretation of some of the "messages" left for us in the construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza. Will need to revisit my own research now and see how it all fits together. Highly recommended. Please read and discuss with others (particularly the younger generation).

  • By P. Fenton on 25 October 2014

    The species that is modern day man has been on Earth for around 200,000 years now. Yet conventional science teaches us that civilization only began some 6,000 years ago? What was mankind doing for the previous 194,000 years? Living like animals? 194,000 years is more than enough time for mankind to have developed sophisticated civilizations many times over. Why don't we know more about our prehistoric ancestors? This book provides a highly plausible explanation and pulls together much of the work done by other writers investigating pole shift, Pyramids and ancient lost civilizations.I was expecting the book to be a re-hash of what I have read before by other authors, and indeed it neatly summarizes much of this other work but it is also much more introducing new ideas and facts that I was previously unaware of.Given the cataclysmic nature of the way earlier civilizations have been destroyed we may never find irrefutable evidence of their existence unless of course they had advanced to a level that had included space travel? In which case we should be looking for artifacts on the moon and mars (being careful not to mistake anything found as evidence of Alien lifeforms). And what are the pyramid builders trying to tell us by pointing at the constellation of Orion?

  • By Edkidu on 26 October 2014

    One of the most important books ever written featuring the advanced civilisation from which we descend, and the problems they had in surviving and passing on their knowledge on to us.

  • By Guest on 6 June 2015

    Great book, thought provoking

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