> Hi Halig
> I really appreciate those. I watched the DNA
> survey too. The way they talk about men living in
> Norfolk a million years ago so easily ! We know we
> had the mammoths, rhinos and hippos here from the
> bones they find. It's freaky.I also had no idea
> bones going that far back had been found here.
> As Enigcom says really, How on earth have we
> forgotten so much of great value ?
> Going back to a great African Civilisation I found
> one video that gets as far back as I have been
> able. Before Mesopotamia and so forth.I think the
> remnants could have been pre Pharoah and then
> interwoven.Maybe the incredible knowledge around
> at that time were the passed down remains of that
> lost civilisation. You can see the faces of
> current day Africans in the Ancient Egyptian
> portraits and statues and on the Pharaohs.
> I don't think we are going to come out the other
> side of this Pandemic the same people. It will be
> marketed as Progress at some point I have no
> doubt.I don't know what you think? For all we seem
> to progress we don't ultimately seem to get much
> further forward, and a little more of out lost
> past gets added to. Kaaron's Timeline looks very
> Please take good care of yourself. I don't know
> what I really make of it all.
> Stay healthy, please
I tend to agree with much that has been raised in this forum that the covid-19 disaster may change things for future generations.
If the World economy and logistical supply chains are decimated then the next wrath delivered may be famine and the wrath preceding this could be war with President Trump already accusing China's silence when the outbreak occurred in Wuhan as the catalyst leading to a Global pandemic, I'm sure most people of logic already see man cascading from the covid-19 crisis into unknown territory weather or not you appreciate the term of horsemen or not?
The comet which hit Greenland in antiquity causing the Younger Dryas Period wiping out a World-wide megalithic society also destroyed the World's mega-fauna including the mammoth populations of Canada, Alaska and Siberia.
The mammoths were struck by a wall of water travelling so fast that it ripped them apart which is why the mammoth remains still being found are pieces preserved in snow and ice!
The pieces are all coming together!