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An asteroid hit Earth 13,000 years ago and it could happen again in 2030

An asteroid wiped out a civilization like ours 13,000 years ago, and it could happen again in 2030. An advanced ancient civilization that flourished during the Ice Age was wiped off the planet’s surface some 13,000 years ago due to a massive cometary body. Ancient peoples have left us a warning of future events.

Researcher and writer Graham Hancock explains this in his book Magicians of the Gods: The Forgotten Wisdom of the Lost Civilization of the Earth: “Near the end of the last ice age about 12,800 years ago, a giant comet that entered the Solar System from deep space, it broke into several fragments. Some of these have hit the Earth causing a global cataclysm on a scale never seen since the extinction of the dinosaurs. At least eight of the fragments hit the North American ice sheet, while further fragments hit the Northern European ice sheet. ”

Impacts from mile-wide cometary fragments, which approached more than 60,000 miles per hour, generated enormous amounts of heat that instantly liquefied millions of square kilometers of ice, destabilizing the earth’s crust and causing universal (or global) deluge. ) which is remembered in myths all over the world.

For years, the author Graham Hancock has been pursuing this theory of “cosmic” tragedy … but this has always been ignored by scholars, who argue that ancient advanced civilizations could not have inhabited the Earth thousands of years ago.

But Hancock argues that about 13,000 years ago a giant comet, which entered our Solar System from deep space, fragmented as it approached the Sun, attracted by the strong gravitational pull. On its way to our star, the comet broke into several fragments, some of which hit the Earth and, finally, giving rise to a global cataclysm on a scale never seen since the extinction of the dinosaurs. The impact caused the global deluge.

Regarded by many as a playmaker and by many others as a deluded author, most of his work has not been taken into consideration by the experts, those of mainstream science, as they have refused to consider anything other than what they believed. firmly. In fact, official science has never been able to fully explain the numerous historical puzzles that cast a shadow over our origins.

But everything returns sooner or later and those who sow well reap the rewards. It is no coincidence that the experts of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Edinburgh have published a scientific document in which the theories published by Hancock are written and placed in the spotlight of skeptical “experts”. This paper then shed light on what happened 13,000 years ago on Earth and that such theories were not as ridiculous as many of them previously thought.

According to scientists, intricate stone carvings found at Gobekli Tepe, the oldest temple on Earth, are evidence that a comet hit the Earth 11,000 years ago, resulting in catastrophic events that wiped out its civilization. The temple of Gobekli Tepe dates back to around 9,600 BC. It is therefore 6,500 years older than Stonehenge and 7,000 years older than the pyramids.

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As Hancock explains, there is worldwide evidence of such an enormous impact. This fiery space rock plunged into our planet hitting the earth’s crust with the force of several thousand nuclear bombs exploding simultaneously. This catastrophic event killed all of our different species of larger animals and nearly destroyed mankind.

However, as Hancock explains, some have survived, such as the Ojibwa tribe of the Canadian prairies, who speak of the long tail of the celestial star Climbing that through fire from the sky burned the earth. After the impact, everything changed on our planet.

Interestingly, this is what Dr. Martin Sweatman of the University of Edinburgh states in his study, who found, while looking at some of the stone pillars at Göbekli Tepe, evidence of what had happened 13,000 years ago: “One of the pillars of Gobekli Tepe appears to have served as a monument-testimony to this devastating event, probably the worst day in history since the end of the Ice Age.”

The intricate carvings found at Göbekli Tepe depict a headless man, a graphic symbol of human carnage. The so-called Vulture Stone at Gobekli Tepe illustrates the interesting symbols that tell an amazing story.

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The experts studied the stone sculptures that show animals, such as the vulture. The researchers found that the animals are actually astronomical symbols and then, with the help of sophisticated computer software, the scientists matched the symbols to patterns in the sky, discovering that they referred to an event that occurred around 10,950. B.C As the scientists explain, the symbols carved on the stone pillars refer to a cosmic event that is believed to have been the fragmentation of a massive comet headed into the inner Solar System, just during the period known as the recent Dryas. This period is considered a crucial phase for humanity as it coincides with the appearance of agriculture and the first Neolithic civilizations.

But how is it possible that the builders of Gobekli Tepe, over ten thousand years ago, carved intricate astronomical symbols into the stone pillars? According to experts, humans at the time were “savages”, hunter-gatherers with no knowledge of engineering or mathematics. Clearly, there is something wrong with the story.

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Hancock notes that the stone slabs at Göbekli Tepe not only describe an ancient cosmic collision but predict another (cosmic) event that is yet to come. Hancock also claims that the ancient impact recorded on the Vulture Stone at Göbekli Tepe was caused by huge debris, part of the Taurid meteor shower, a belt containing millions of space rocks.

Astronomers believe that the interior of that asteroid belt was in a massive planetoid, a huge superheated rock, something like a huge cosmic hand grenade. Much of the debris hidden within the meteor cloud may have been up to three or four times the size of the asteroid that struck Earth 65 million years ago, driving the dinosaurs to extinction. Hancock notes that the next encounter with the Taurid meteor stream will be in 13 years, around 2030.


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