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Mammoths, Fossils and Konzentrat-Lagerstätten
« on: June 02, 2012, 19:39:06 »
Mammoths, Fossils and Konzentrat-Lagerstätten

Ancient Destructions have released their latest video.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/MucLyQB1Abw" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/MucLyQB1Abw</a>

Peter Jupps video Thunderbolts, Mammoths and Mass Destruction part1 ancient destructions episode 12 is a great investigation into fossils, catastrophes and the electric universe. It is the best short documentary on this subject that has been made so far and the future documentaries that can be signed up for through Mungoflix.com should be a very good watch. The quality of the videos have always been improving and they are now top notch.

Peter Jupp delves into the North American Indian mythology (thunderbirds etc) to discover what happened to the Mammoths and gigantic animals that lived there. He believes that the native Americans witnessed these events and with their folklore similar to other ancient civilisations in Europe and China it is hard to disagree if you think about it.

He looks into the puzzle of the fossils of the La Brea Tar Pits, other fossil areas like Snowmass Colorado, Konzentrat-Lagerstätten and other Lagerstätten.

From a Malta point of view these resemble the mystery of Ghar Dalam Malta, where you can find mega and min fossils of swans and hippos in one cave. How they say the fossils got into Ghar Dalam Malta, on an island with no flowing rivers, is very hard to believe.

So what is the answer? Peter Jupp starts to explain his ideas that he has also investigated in his other Ancient Destruction videos.





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