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A Frozen civilization

Flavio Barbiero -


Twelve thousand years ago two enormous ice-caps covered North America and Scandinavia, pushing down to the latitudes of New York, London and Berlin. Several scientific theories have been proposed in the attempt of explaining the existence of such huge masses of ice, far away from the north pole. Too many and too much in disagreement with each other and with the geological evidence, to be credible.
The only hypothesis able to explain the geological situation of that time in a consistent way, is that the pole was in a different position than today’s. Actually, this was the first theory put forward in the 19th century; but it was immediately rejected, because no possible mechanism was found able to explain a quick shift of the poles. Even the theory of the shift of the crust, proposed by Hapgood at the beginning of the years seventies, failed to provide such an explanation.
As sometimes happens in the scientific world, the solution came from a non-specialist person , the author of this book, then a military engineer working in a Navy’s research centre. Thanks to his professional knowledge of the gyroscope and of the problems of stability engendered by free liquid surfaces, he discovered that Earth is an inherently unstable planet, so much so that a relatively small kick, like the impact of a comet or an asteroid, it’s enough to trigger a process that in a matter of days can provoke very wide shifts of the poles.
In this process, a series of well identified catastrophic events takes place, like wide fluctuations of the sea level, hurricanes, torrential rains, ruinous earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and permanent climatic changes. All these phenomena occurred about 11.500 years ago, when the Würm glacial period came to its sudden conclusion and the Pleistocenic mega fauna disappeared, as well as the great Magdalenian culture.
They are the same phenomena held responsible for the Universal Flood by mythologies of the whole world, and of the destruction of Atlantis’ empire, which, according to Plato, happened exactly at that time.
But where was Atlantis and why can’t we find archaeological evidence of its existence? Through in depth analysis of the climatic situation at the end of Pleistocene, the author reaches the startling conclusion that Antarctica was the only possible site for that civilisation. The south pole was then displaced of about 20 degrees towards Australia, therefore the Atlantic coast of Antarctica was ice-free and its geophysical characteristics completely matched Plato’s description of Atlantis.
There, thanks to seafaring populations from South East Asia, the first human civilisation came into being, later wiped-out by the Flood, which scattered all over the world its “fragments”, from which the Neolithic cultures and the ancient civilisations were originated.
This scenario is supported by a long series of characteristics common to all these civilisations and by some amazing ancient maps and planispheres.

ISBN: 978-2-36580-015-0

Release date: 20/06/2013

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