How the previous age ended:--Charles Hapgood, The Path of the Pole
Professor Frank C. Hibben, The Lost Americans
(climate change without SUVs; long before Albert in the balance Gore and other enviro-freaks invented the sustainable globalist warming):--
"In many places the Alaskan muck is packed with animal bones and debris in trainload lots. Bones of mammoth, mastodon, several kinds of bison, horses, wolves, bears, and lions tell a story of a faunal population.
"The Alaskan muck is like a fine, dark gray sand. Within this mass, frozen solid, lie the twisted parts of animals and trees intermingled with lenses of ice and layers of peat and mosses. It looks as though in the midst of some cataclysmic catastrophe of ten thousand years ago the whole Alaskan world of living animals and plants was suddenly frozen in midmotion
in a grim charade."
"The Pleistocene period ended in death. This is no ordinary extinction of a vague geological period which fizzled to an uncertain end. This death was catastrophic and all-inclusive. The large animals that had given their name to the period became extinct. Their death marked the end of an era."
"Throughout the Alaskan mucks there is evidence of atmospheric disturbances of unparalleled violence
. Mammoth and bison alike were torn and twisted as though by a cosmic hand in Godly rage
. In one place, we can find the foreleg and shoulder of a mammoth with portions of the flesh and the toenails and the hair still clinging to the blackened bones. Close by is the neck and skull of a bison with the vertebrae clinging together with tendons and ligaments and the chitinous covering of the horns intact. There is no mark of a knife or cutting instrument. The animals were simply torn apart
and scattered over the landscape like things of straw and string, even though some of them weighed several tons. Mixed with the piles of bones are trees, also twisted and torn and piled in tangled groups; and the whole is covered with fine sifting muck, then frozen solid."
Quoted from "THE PATH OF THE POLE" Copyright © 1970 by Charles H. Hapgood
A Revised Edition of Earth's Shifting Crust, 1958
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