How History As We Know It May Be Complete Bogus

Robin
5 min readDec 5, 2022

History is highly interesting, we still know very little about it and there seems an endless sea of information to be emerging out of the unknown.

So who do we believe and how much of it is true?

Before we dive too deep into it, I demand one thing and one thing only:

Read this with an open mind and do your own research afterward if it piques your interest.

The Lost Civilisation

It is now pretty much proven by geologists and archeologists that there was a huge meteor impact in Greenland 13.000 years ago.

That was the most catastrophic impact since the Chicxulub event killed off Earth’s large dinosaurs about 66 million years ago.

Photo by NASA on Unsplash

While the first Homo sapiens emerged between 200,000 and 300,000 years ago, much farther in the past than this impact, the researchers found that this comet crash actually coincided with significant changes in how human societies self-organized.

A series of cometary fragments exploding over North America might explain a layer of soil immediately prior to the cooling containing unusually high levels of iridium — an element more common in cosmic wanderers like meteoroids than in Earth’s crust.

Paired with the fact that this layer occurs directly before the extinction of at least 35 genera of large mammals, including mammoths, it is strong circumstantial evidence for a cosmic event.

It probably wiped out very advanced civilizations we have never heard of before.

There we huge temperature increases that melted ice and caused the sea level to rise and immense flooding to occur.

Megafauna and flora were wiped out as well as our beloved animals from the “Ice Age” movies we so dearly appreciate.

Göbekli Tepe

This major cosmic catastrophe seems to have been memorialized on the giant stone pillars of Göbekli Tepe in Turkey possibly the World’s first temple.

There are countless buildings all over the world unexplained. Göbekli Tepe is one of them.

It has pictures of creatures that were only found on other continents.
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Robin

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