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Over time, some of Saturn's planets were captured by the Sun. This happened to Earth after the Permian, 250 million years ago.
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wow

there are no clocks on remote view/sensing
so how far back are we going
and
if that is true................

we will hover on that because the gap feels to long for earth surface life (us) to be aware of our environment
or
what happened 30,000 to 50,000 thousand years ago

no

that date looking odd

we will see tounge
 Quoting: aether


This history differs from that presented by Talbott and Thornhill
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los alamos will show the dating tounge
 Quoting: aether


but it is matching vedic and mayan year keeping

oh

Another likely sequence, which I will develop in the following chapter, is that Earth's connection to Saturn was at a lateral level before dropping below the south pole of Saturn. I estimate that this last process took from circa 10,900 BC to circa 5800 BC. Moving into the plasmasphere of Saturn, Earth would initially have received a massive shock, followed soon by a thunderbolt from Saturn. I appears that the shock was repulsive, despite the fact that Saturn would be considerably more negative than Earth, which should have resulted in attractive forces.

The shock would account for the cold period of the Younger Dryas between 10,900 BC and 9,000 BC, for the compressive shock would generate very high temperatures, and instantly incinerate forests and prairies. Micro-fine carbon (nanometer particles) would have entered the stratosphere, in effect casting Earth into an extended period of shade and cold.

I'll start the discussion of this in the chapter "Tunguska and Chicxulub." During this condition (being cast into darkness), Earth would have progressively relocated to further below the pole of Saturn, without any additional disruptive effects. We have a record of Earth passing through three of the edges of the giant lower flower-shaped plasma cusp below Saturn, which will be detailed in the Chapter "The Peratt Colum
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i should have read the notes
that was back in 2001 tounge

peratt colum is named after los almos mr perett rockon
 
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