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Rory, crop circles favour a certain geology with groundwater, under thin topsoil. These may be too localised to check for a global pattern, but your Chinese line is interesting and significant evidence of your global pattern. I remain sceptical of regular Euclidean crystalline earth patterns such as Bekker Hagens etc, partly since geology and geo-magnetism and orbit and oceans and plates and plumes are irregular.
Regarding your estimate for dating megalith platforms etc at 'BC 10 000', there is also no evidence for "the same group of people", nor for being "more advanced", nor for 'green Sahara at the time'. Giza was a quayside about BC 3500 and long after, with annual water up to a few hundred years ago (see Antoine Gigal's work). Pyramids are not pre-dynastic. Before Gobekli, there were sites with small 'kivas' and T-shaped pillars in Turkey, and walls and modest stone towers at Jericho, but no pyramids in Babylonia or Egypt or anywhere.
If there are 'older sites across the other side of the Black Sea', they are Younger Dryas end flooding survival sites, probably on high ground, with later structures, easy to confuse with Stone Age soil.
I am interested in the Arata or Aratta civilization in Ukraine [and Turkey], which sources do you use, do you have links?
Regarding 'recurring solar catastrophe every 12000 years', driven by which factors? Precession need not be a cycle. Meteors are annual, but their impacts are irregular. Comets are regular, but no record is that long. Which cyclic factors do you imply?
Regarding 'any advanced civilisation would have been around before that', I agree on the lack of evidence. All the evidence for people pre BC 8000, are for small groups, no towns, no civilisation, just variant cultures of human culture, equal to modern culture in all respects, lacking only population numbers and specialised technology such as smelting and electricity.
Any 'huge well-carved and well-placed stones', as in Egypt, Baalbek Lebanon, Jerusalem, Axum Ethiopia, and any massive mudbrick works as in Babylonia and South America and China, are all younger than BC 3500. And in China and Mexico mostly AD. Your incidental speculation on dating spoils your work. Rather focus on re-discovering intuitive uses of sound.



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Welcome to Rory Duff, author of the month for April 2020 1049 Graham Hancock 03-Apr-20 09:58
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Re: Welcome to Rory Duff, author of the month for April 2020 310 Susan Doris 05-Apr-20 13:53
Re: Crop circle energy query 313 Edmond 06-Apr-20 10:03
Re: Crop circle energy query 239 thegeobiologist 16-Apr-20 08:26
Rather omit dating speculation 262 Edmond 16-Apr-20 09:05
Re: Welcome to Rory Duff, author of the month for April 2020 233 thegeobiologist 16-Apr-20 08:29
Re: Welcome to Rory Duff, author of the month for April 2020 252 Susan Doris 16-Apr-20 11:42
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Re: Welcome to Rory Duff, author of the month for April 2020 273 Susan Doris 13-Apr-20 09:13
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