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Recovering the Lost World, Volume 1 By Jno Cook
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A decade in the making, the first volume of “Recovering the Lost World” reconstructs for the reader the celestial drama that resulted in the civilizations of our modern world: a sky... More > dominated by Saturn and other planets, a southern sky obscured by equatorial rings. The text next discusses well-established prehistory: the Chicxulub crater of 60 million years ago, the Tunguska explosion of 1908, the impact at the start of the Younger Dryas, which caused Earth to get as cold as it ever had, and the Peratt plasmoids which were subsequently seen in the south — an apparition we call the Phoenix. Then follows the mythology of remote antiquity: the start of time, the benign era of the Gods, the polar configuration when Saturn was located above the north horizon as a giant globe. The world flood of 3147 BC is recounted and the leave-taking of the Gods, followed by the construction of pyramids world-wide. Volume 2 carries on from there.< Less
Recovering The Lost World, Volume 3 By Jno Cook
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Volume three of “Recovering the Lost World” starts with a chapter of the Chilam Balam which appears to be records dating back 40,000 years. Additionally, the Olmec sites offer an amazing... More > series of alignments with sunsets at the horizon, representing important calendar dates celebrating changes in the orbit of the Earth since 1440 BC. A half dozen alignments are used some 40 times among a dozen sites. This is followed by notes on the importance to the Olmecs and Maya of the these calendar days, which suggests a long history of the primacy of ceremonial centers since about 2400 BC. A reading of the Popol Vuh follows. This volume includes as Appendixes: notes on Chronology and Celestial Mechanics, and topics like changes in the Earth’s axis, the Palette of Narmer, the Canopus Decree, an expanding earth, epidemics, an extended chronology, the red ring left in the sky, the age of the Universe, plus a list of books and links.< Less
Recovering The Lost World, Volume 2 By Jno Cook
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Volume two of “Recovering the Lost World” continues the sweeping concepts and specific dates of antiquity, with the identification of Jupiter as the midnight sun, the flood of Noah, an... More > event which will later be recalled as the Day of the Dead, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, and the Exodus of Moses. In the 8th and 7th century BC Mars repeatedly cause massive destruction in passing close by Earth. This is supported by archaeological sources of the eastern Mediterranean in addition to Mesoamerican data. Nearly 200 million people died, and hundreds of cities and hill-top citadels were destroyed and covered in yards of ashes. Then in 685 BC, Venus and Mercury (as Phaethon) blazed in the sky for 40 days, ending when a plasmoid from Jupiter landed at the Sun. This was witnessed and recorded by people worldwide. The tilt of the Earth changed from the Big Dipper to the Little Dipper. The Maya Chilam Balam list the exact dates. The equinox moved 15 days ahead.< Less

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