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Ancient Destructions and Earths Catastrophes
« on: February 02, 2010, 01:27:48 »
The Earths Catastrophes and Ancient Destructions investigated

The Earth has suffered from many Catastropic events in its history. The evidence is all around us. From gEUlogy, to archaeology to the lore of our ancestors. How these human Catastrophes is interpretated is another matter. Does the Electric Universe and Plasma Cosmology Theory provide the real start to explaining all these mysteries?

Does Plasma Mythology - whcih accepts that our ancestors tales of warring planets with god planets hurling thunderbolts across the sky were true - and combining it with the EU Theory start our new understanding of our human past?

** Ancient Destructions - Episodes (video documentaries)
** Ancient Destructions - Destructions (articles)


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Earths Catastrophes and Ancient Destructions - links
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2010, 01:28:25 »
Earths Catastrophes and Ancient Destructions links/discussions

** Ancient Destructions - Earths Catastrophes website and videos


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Ancient Destructions - videos
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2010, 01:29:57 »
Ancient Destructions - videos

Peter 'Mungo' Jupp investigates the Catastrophes that have constantly struck the Earth and explains how/what and perhaps why in these very entertaining and thought provoking Ancient Destruction (Catastrophe) videos. There is also a lot of information about these and other historical matters on his website, Ancient Destructions.

He delves into the geology, archaeology and standard historical interpretation of these mysterious events throughout human history and explains them from the Electrical Universe viewpoint. Perhaps solving puzzles that have not been answered before.

His theories and ideas are presented in an entertaining way with enough detail to explain but not confuse. He even has a long interview with Wal Thornhill !


** Ancient Destructions - Mega Tsunami Melbourne 1500 AD

** Ancient Destructions - The Destruction of Baalbek

** Ancient Destructions - Lake Mungo and Lake Victoria - the Australian Sodom and Gomorrah


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Ancient Destructions - Mega Tsunami Melbourne 1500 AD
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2010, 01:39:52 »
Ancient Destructions - Mega Tsunami Melbourne 1500 AD

Ancient Destructions Peter Jupp's investigation into a possible Mega Tsunami that struck Melbourne Australia around 1500 AD. This video is very entertaining, pulling together many different fields of interest and you should find a few things that not just really interest you but also make you think and will stick in your mind.

There is a youtube preview of the Mega Tsunami Melbourne 1500 AD video

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"Australia New Zealand In 1500 A.D.a huge flash comet impact site is believed to be responsible for Mega Tsunamis in the area. Chinese Maori and Australian Aboriginal myths record events. In the Pacific basin.Huge destructive forest fires and earthquakes also Did a comet or other impact affect the world? We examine the evidence."
Episode 5: Mega Tsunami Melbourne 1500 AD | ancientdestructions.com

There is a indepth study webpage with lots of detail and extra information about the ideas/facts behind the Catastrophic events that caused the Mega Tsunami Melbourne 1500 AD
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Ancient Destructions - The Destruction of Baalbek
« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2010, 01:46:24 »
The Destruction of Baalbek - City of the (thunderbolt) Gods?

The Destruction of Baalbek Catastrophe video digs deeper into our past to reveal a world where the Thunderbolts of the Gods may have hit Earth and not just the other battling planet Gods. How was the mighty city and monstrous temples of Baalbek destroyed? Solid one piece stones over 1000 tonnes were somehow quarried by our ancient ancestors to use in the temples. Yet the city was destroyed. What happened?

Peter Jupp investigates the events that lead up to the Destruction of Baalbek and also explains the Electric Universe Theory in more detail.

You can watch a preview of The Destruction of Baalbek video.

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The citizens of Baalbek feared the sky god Jupiter but why? And who were the mysterious people the Dejanon who built Baalbek? Legend has it that they were half demon half angel working under King Solomon .Yet this amazing citadel, built with massive one thousand ton blocks, repeatedly succumbed to ruination. Was Jupiter responsible for the earthquakes that laid it waste on numerous occasions? We investigate this amazing scenario.
Episode 4 : The Destruction of Baalbek - City of the Thundergods | ancientdestructions.com


There is also a detailed webpage with lots more information about the Catastrophe and the Destruction of Baalbek


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Lake Mungo and Lake Victoria - the Australian Sodom and Gomorrah
« Reply #5 on: May 25, 2010, 11:57:43 »
Lake Mungo and Lake Victoria - the Australian Sodom and Gomorrah

Ancient Destructions latest investigation into the Earths catastrophes in an Electric Universe investigates Lake Mungo and Lake Victoria in Australia. Along the Murray River there are Lunettes (round or oval lakes) that look very much like EDM craters and the Carolina Bays.

Peter Jupp looks at the local Aboriginal tales of what happened to them and the area. Why are there so many bodies scattered in these lakes, does the geology of the area show catastrophe.

Peter discusses his ideas on "Catastrophe Evolution" by eating his evidence but no honky tonk piano this time :(

Another great video with the quality of the sound/vision improved. Not as much EU theory explanation in this one as the last one but with extensions of the ideas already discussed in the previous videos. More of the EU God on the video, Wal Thornhill.

There is a 10 minute preview on youtube available here http://www.ancientdestructions.com/site/Episodes.php along with the other videos released.

As Christmas is just around the corner and you may not know what to get your strange EU theory friends then you cant go wrong by buying one of these videos

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Lake Mungo and Lake Victoria - the Australian Sodom and Gomorrah

 a short discussion on this video is found on thunderbolts and a summary of that discussion at SIS

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Mega Tsunami Melbourne 1500 AD - newspaper review
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Mega Tsunami Melbourne 1500 AD - newspaper review

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Archaeologist says bay is just 500 years old

SELF-styled filmmaker and archaeologist Peter 'Mungo' Jupp has set out to deliberately send a few tremors through accepted history.

He plans to make 26 documentaries questioning the destruction of ancient civilisations and the effect things from space - most notably comets - have had on earth.

In his most recent effort - Mega Tsunami Melbourne 1500AD - Jupp claims the bay Europeans named Port Phillip was created just 500 years ago in a cataclysmic event.

Viewers at a preview screening in Mornington last week heard how a "mega-tsunami" came streamrolling in from Bass Strait at the same time as an earthquake seemed to swallow the ground.

Raging fires followed, searing the ground and tonnes of shells that had been tossed to the top of newly formed cliffs. Jupp claims those shells, easily seen along clifftops from Mt Martha to Mt Eliza, have been mistakenly identi-

fied as Aboriginal middens.

He says the so-called middens (piles of shells discarded after being eaten) are too widespread to have been made by Aborigines and contain types of shells that would not have been a food source.

As a solo filmmaker Jupp sets up the camera and, remote control in hand, states his case for the origins of Port Phillip. Standing on the cliffs near his "home" beach at Mt Eliza, he gestures behind him and marvels at the scene and the destruction that he believes occurred as a result of a "mega tsunami".

Down on the beach he shows close-ups of a tree, petrified in parts, embedded in the shoreline reef but seemingly woody and burnt in others.

Later he runs up a steep sand dune near Flinders, which he claims was also the result of the tsunami: "How else could this sand have been piled so high?"

Jupp says the earthquake and tsunami was caused by the impact of the comet Mahuika, which burst through the earth's atmosphere in 1481, igniting New Zealand's "Fires of Tamaatea" and leading to the extinction of the giant moa bird.

Further "proof" of his theory comes by way of a filmed conversation with Professor Ted Bryant of Wollongong University.

A world authority on tsunamis, Professor Bryant speaks of 90-metre high waves leaving identifiable scars (chevrons) on Australia's coast, including one that hit the south-east coast 500 years ago.

He speaks about carbon dating and modern tsunami technology and an undersea crater off New Zealand that was caused by a comet.

Closer to home, Jupp quotes the diary of early McCrae settler Georgiana McCrae and Aboriginal legends that also talk about waters pouring across the land through what are now known as the Port Phillip Heads.

The research of Wallace Thornhill, a plasma physicist who trained at Melbourne University, is used to describe electric discharges around earthquakes and volcanoes causing instant fossilisation.

Jupp, who has been a builder, hypnotist and worked in medical equipment sales and marketing, majored as a mature-aged student in archaeology at Melbourne University where he also studied filmmaking techniques and production.

He has also lectured in medical imaging at the Sydney University school of radiology and studied fine art at Chisholm Institute of Technology.

"I don't think archaeology involves being thrilled by dusting off broken pots and bones. Since my early days, I've been fascinated with the rise and fall of civilisations. Everywhere you go around the world you see ruins shattered, abandoned in deserts and buried under sand. You've got to ask what happened.

"I aim to overturn modern scientific dogma from Darwin and his natural selection to Einstein and his theory of relativity.

"In particular, I strike hard at the theory of uniformity that has dominated so much of geology and evolutionary theory. In my view a disciplined chaos runs the universe.

"I felt we have naively accepted the theories of geologists on the formation of Port Phillip and ignored the legends and myths of the Bunurong and other local indigenous tribes. These legends were rich in facts but were dismissed as fairytales by those theory-laden sciences called geology and archaeology."

Another of Jupp's documentaries will explore his theories on the remains of up to 20,000 people he says lie on the shores of Lake Victoria, 100 kilometres from Mildura.

"Most are about 2000-3000 years old and I believe something occurred there. I think it's more like a natural disaster not burial ground - it's the Australian Sodom and Gommorrah."

Peter Jupp is distributing his documentaries from www.ancientdestructions.com.au


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"fascinated! Always wondered why,looking at the "MIDDENS" below me on the cliffs at the base of Hearn rd, the aboriginals, who were not stupid, would have harvested "pippies" and carried them up to the top of the cliffs to eat: enormous effort required for little nutritional return! particularly as the bay must have been teeming with fish, mussels, etc which we know that the aboriginal people were adept at collecting. Your record of the ancient destructions, like the bay, hold water !"


"Interesting! I once was taken on a tour of the Pines Flora and Fauna reserve, Frankston North, I was not aware that such a big hill existed in this area, from the top you can see all the way to Melbourne and Rosebud. What really caught my eye at the top of this hill is that there is shells everywhere and water washed sandstone rocks, it was very obvious that either the sea level was once high enough to cover that hill and the whole of Melbourne to, OR, that the ground had been forced upwards to a great height by some cataclysmic event like a comet or natural vault line movement. I would be interested to know more about this and what others think. Devin"


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Antarctica - once a tropical paradise
« Reply #8 on: May 10, 2011, 21:07:15 »
Antarctica - once a tropical paradise


Once, not so long ago
There was a thriving land of green valleys,
It's hills covered with deep dense forests,
And its seas bursting with myriads of fish.
Then in nights of destruction and fire it was overwhelmed,
Its fertile plains succumbed to crushing ice.
Today it is a bleak and bitterly cold.
Today no one dreams Antarctica was once a tropical paradise

Frank is back and on the attack! In his latest documentary Peter 'Mungo' Jupp explores the mystery and puzzle that is Antarctica. Was it always so cold, was it always covered in ice? No is the answer and he provides plenty of evidence that Antarctica is part of a catastrophe and ancient destruction that struck the earth and not very long ago either.

Ome of the evidence that Antarctica was once a tropical paradise comes from the fossilised trees, Piri Reis Antarctica map and the Oronteus Fineus map (that appear to show the land under Antarctica when it was free of ice!).

Other physical clues that all we are told by science is not correct comes from the fact that the ice is thinnest where it snows the most but in the interior, where it hardly snows and they are the driest deserts on earth, the ice is 4 or 5 km thick. How did all that ice get there and when?

Peter Jupp also mentions a crashed 2nd WW p38 airplane that has been covered by ice in the Arctic. Scientists date the ice by ice core examples and say that one layer is equal to one year, much like tree rings. The P38 was found under 70 meters of snow but had 100s of layers. Although opposite sides of the earth the fact that there are more layers than years shows that the ice caps may be much younger than we are told.


He also introduces a very interesting idea, that he has knowledge of from his working career, of electron flips due to pulses of radio frequencies. Peter suggests that events, mentioned by the Aborigines and described by other old civilisations, that perhaps a wandering planet triggered a burst from the sun and this radio frequency pulse may have flipped the earth 90 degrees, similar to electron flipping.

It is another great Electric Universe Theory and Earth Catastrophe documentary from him. The production skills and qualify is improving with every film and he has some good computer animations showing Peratt instabilities, plasma discharges and the Squatter Man.
You can buy the video of Antarctica - once a tropical paradise from his website (bottom of that page).
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Antarctica - once a tropical paradise with palm trees
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Antarctica - once a tropical paradise with palm trees

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Scientists drilling deep into the edge of modern Antarctica have pulled up proof that palm trees once grew there.

Analyses of pollen and spores and the remains of tiny creatures have given a climatic picture of the early Eocene period, about 53 million years ago.

The study in Nature suggests Antarctic winter temperatures exceeded 10C, while summers may have reached 25C.

Now, the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) has literally got to the bottom of what the Eocene Antarctic was like, dropping a drilling rig through 4km of water off Wilkes Land on Antarctica's eastern coast.

The rig then drilled through 1km of sediment to return samples from the Eocene. With the sediment came pollen grains from palm trees and relatives of the modern baobab and macadamia.

Together, the data suggest that even in the darkest period of Antarctic winter, the temperature did not drop below 10C; and summer daytime temperatures were in the 20Cs.

The lowland coastal region sported palm trees, while slightly inland, hills were populated with beech trees and conifers.
Palm trees 'grew on Antarctica' | bbc.co.uk