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    Default Randall Carlson 'Asteroids & Ice~ Evidence of the Great Flood'

    Quit a long introduction but worth sticking with it
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    Earth-Keeper Presents : Randall Carlson on Cycles of Global Change.
    Absoluterly Brilliant-Mesmerizing !Randall Carlson is a master builder and architectural designer, teacher, geometrician, geo-mythologist, geological explorer and renegade scholar.
    He has 4 decades of study, research and exploration Into the interface between ancient mysteries and modern science, has been an active Freemason for 30 years and is Past Master of one of the oldest and largest Masonic lodges in Georgia.
    He has been recognized by The National Science Teachers Association for his commitment to Science education for young people. The acclaimed TBS/CNN documentary “Fire from the Sky” was based upon his research into Earth change and catastrophic events.
    He has organized several dozen field expeditions documenting evidence for catastrophic earth change.
    He has received academic recognition for outstanding work as a student of geology. His work incorporates Ancient Mythology, Astronomy, Earth Science, Paleontology, Symbolism, Sacred Geometry and Architecture, Geomancy, and other arcane and scientific traditions.

    For over 25 years he has presented classes, lectures, and multimedia programs synthesizing this information for students of the Mysteries. Randall is uniquely qualified to interpret the hidden meaning of the great masterpieces of mystical architecture, as well as esoteric and occult ritual and symbolism. It is his aspiration to affect a revival of lost knowledge towards the goal of creating the new world based upon universal principles of harmony, freedom, and spiritual evolution.

    Randall Carlson is a proponent of the Younger Dryas impact hypothesis, and has theorized about the extinction of historical advanced human civilizations.
    Randall Carlson founded Sacred Geometry International, ( www.SacredGeometryInternational.com ) which brilliantly focuses on a range of cutting edge theories theories .

    He has appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast multiple times, often accompanying Graham Hancock, whose concepts are very compatible. Filmed live at the Earth-Keeper Arklantis Event. www.Earth-Keeper.com


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    Default Re: Randall Carlson 'Asteroids & Ice~ Evidence of the Great Flood'

    Well worth watching are Randall Carlson's appearances with Joe Rogan... four of them:

    #501 — on his own



    #606 — on his own



    #872 — with Graham Hancock



    #961 — with Graham Hancock and professional skeptic Michael Shermer


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    Default Re: Randall Carlson 'Asteroids & Ice~ Evidence of the Great Flood'

    Thanks for the resources, guys. I've been searching for the Sacred Geometry basics (just to share with my students). Here's the video, in case someone is also interested ("Fire from the Sky" documentary link is not working on the official Sacred Geometry International website):
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    Default Re: Randall Carlson 'Asteroids & Ice~ Evidence of the Great Flood'

    Mr Carson theorises on a potential site for the Younger Dryas impact

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    Younger-Dryas Impact @ Nipigon, Ontario?

    Published 30th September 2019

    Contact at the Cabin '19, hosted by Grimerica, included 6 presentations by Randall Carlson - proponent of a multiple impact scenario to suddenly terminate the most recent "Ice Age" and instigate the myriad effects at the Younger-Dryas Boundaries 12,900 and 11,600 years ago...
    After a previous installment from the Cosmography101 class series where he proposed in 2008 an impact into central British Columbia, this potential impact site may account for the enigmatic Carolina Bays...

    Nechako impact? https://youtu.be/VX-4wY_inqQ

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    Default Re: Randall Carlson 'Asteroids & Ice~ Evidence of the Great Flood'

    The latest from Graham Hancock:


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    Did a large meteorite hit the earth 12,800 years ago? Here’s new evidence

    Francis Thackeray
    Honorary Research Associate, Evolutionary Studies Institute, University of the Witwatersrand



    Just less than 13,000 years ago, the climate cooled for a short while in many parts of the world, especially in the northern hemisphere. We know this because of what has been found in ice cores drilled in Greenland, as well as from oceans around the world.
    Grains of pollen from various plants can also tell us about this cooler period, which people who study climate prehistory call the Younger Dryas and which interrupted a warming trend after the last Ice Age. The term gets its name from a wildflower, Dryas octopetala. It can tolerate cold conditions and was common in parts of Europe 12,800 years ago. At about this time a number of animals became extinct. These included mammoths in Europe, large bison in North America, and giant sloths in South America.
    The cause of this cooling event has been debated a great deal. One possibility, for instance, is that it relates to changes in oceanic circulation systems. In 2007 Richard Firestone and other American scientists presented a new hypothesis: that the cause was a cosmic impact like an asteroid or comet. The impact could have injected a lot of dust into the air, which might have reduced the amount of sunlight getting through the earth’s atmosphere. This might have affected plant growth and animals in the food chain.
    Research we have just had published sheds new light on this Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis. We focus on what platinum can tell us about it.
    How platinum fits into the picture
    Platinum is known to be concentrated in meteorites, so when a lot of it is found in one place at one time, it could be a sign of a cosmic impact. Platinum spikes have been discovered in an ice core in Greenland as well as in areas as far apart as Europe, Western Asia, North America and even Patagonia in South America. These spikes all date to the same period of time.

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    Platinum spike and temperature graph. Author supplied
    Until now, there has been no such evidence from Africa. But working with two colleagues, Professor Louis Scott (University of the Free State) and Philip Pieterse (University of Johannesburg), I believe there is evidence from South Africa’s Limpopo province that partly supports the controversial Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis.
    The new information has been obtained from Wonderkrater, an archaeological site with peat deposits at a spring situated outside a small town to the north of Pretoria. In a sample of peat we have identified a platinum spike that could at least potentially be related to dust associated with a meteorite impact somewhere on earth 12,800 years ago.
    The platinum spike at Wonderkrater is in marked contrast to almost constantly low (near-zero) concentrations of this element in adjacent levels. Subsequent to that platinum spike, pollen grains indicate a drop in temperature. These discoveries are entirely consistent with the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis.
    Wonderkrater is the first site in Africa where a Younger Dryas platinum spike has been detected, supplementing evidence from southern Chile, in addition to platinum spikes at 28 sites in the northern hemisphere.
    We are now asking a question which needs to be taken seriously: surely platinum-rich dust associated with the impact of a very large meteorite may have contributed to some extent to major climatic change and extinctions?


    A meteorite crater in Greenland


    Very recently a large meteorite crater with a diameter of 31km was discovered in northern Greenland, beneath the ice of the Hiawatha glacier. It is not certain that it dates to the time of the Younger Dryas, but the crater rim is fresh, and ice older than 12,800 years is missing.
    It seems possible (but is not yet certain) that this particular crater relates to the hypothesised meteorite that struck the earth at the time of the Younger Dryas, with global consequences.
    The effects of a meteorite impact may potentially have contributed to extinctions in many regions of the world. There is no doubt that platinum spikes in North America coincide closely with the extinction of animals on a big scale about 12,800 years ago.



    Extinctions in Africa


    In a South African context, my team is suggesting that platinum-rich cosmic dust and its associated environmental effects may have contributed to the extinction of large animals that ate grass. These have been documented at places such as Boomplaas near the Cango Caves in South Africa’s southern Cape, where important excavations have been undertaken.

    At least three species went extinct in the African subcontinent. These included a giant buffalo (Syncerus antiquus), a large zebra (Equus capensis) and a large wildebeest (Megalotragus priscus). Each weighed about 500kg more than its modern counterpart.
    There may have been more than one cause of these extinctions. Hunting by humans could have been a factor. And the large buffalo, zebra and wildebeest had already been affected by habitat changes at the end of the last Ice Age, which was at its coldest about 18,000 years ago.
    What about human populations? A cosmic impact could have indirectly affected people as a result of local changes in environment and the availability of food resources, associated with sudden climate change. Stone tools relate to the cultural identity of people who lived in the past. Around 12,800 years ago in at least some parts of South Africa there is evidence of an apparently abrupt termination of the “Robberg” technology represented by stone tools found for example at Boomplaas Cave.
    Coincidentally, North American archaeological sites indicate the sudden end of a stone tool technology called Clovis.
    But it is too early to say whether these cultural changes relate to a common causal factor.


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    Map showing platinum spikes

    Reality check

    The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis, and the evidence to support it, is a reminder of how much can change when a rocky object hits the earth. Many asteroids are situated between Mars and Jupiter, and on occasion some come very close to our planet. The probability of a large one striking earth may seem to be low. But it’s not impossible.

    Take Apophis 99942. It is classified as a potentially hazardous asteroid. It is 340 metres wide and will come exceptionally close to the earth (in relation to an Astronomical Unit, the distance between us and the sun) on Friday April 13 2029. The probability of its hitting us in ten years’ time is only one in 100,000. But the probability of an impact may be even higher at some time in the remote future.
    What’s more, comets associated with the Taurid Complex approach the earth relatively closely at intervals of centuries. So a large asteroid or comet could fall to earth in the foreseeable future.
    The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis is highly controversial. But the evidence suggests it is not improbable that a large meteorite struck the earth as recently as 12,800 years ago, with widespread consequences.
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    Default Re: Randall Carlson 'Asteroids & Ice~ Evidence of the Great Flood'

    Considering the location of the flash frozen mammoths. These beasts were flash frozen with summer vegetation in their stomachs. It seems credible that such a drastic change to their local climate - so fast that they could not migrate- implies that the planet, or its crust may have displaced relative to its axis.


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    We see that relative to the current pole, these mammoths are found in a narrow band or latitude. This suggests to me that the location where they are found moved into a polar region from a temperate region quite quickly. This distribution implies the previous pole was in Canada.


    Considering such a shift, and the ever increasing evidence for it, don't forget Antarctica. Imagine a populated temperate forested continent, suddenly moved to a polar location, with a never ending storm of snow & ice pouring from the sky suddenly.
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    Default Re: Randall Carlson 'Asteroids & Ice~ Evidence of the Great Flood'

    I don't visit the forum very often, but I do enjoy Randall Carlson and just noticed this thread. I'm subscribed to his Youtube channel.

    The amount of evidence that supports major civilization ending catastrophizes is amazing and it bewilders me to the current text for history, archaeology, geology, anthropology and others that have been written by people that will not even look at the evidence.

    I’ve read two books by a man with only an eight grade formal education that has collected a huge volume of evidence just in the USA.

    Universities still teach that the first civilization developed about 4,000 BC.

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