Chronology

Volcano geology and chronology revision

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How young or recent are some catastrophic events even if all the geology evidence suggests they were pre historic events? Especially when recorded in ancient verbal mythology by the local civilisations? Geology suggested that the most recent Nabukelevu volcano eruption was 50,000 years ago. Local mythology suggested more recent volcanic activity and eruptions. But this …

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Australian flood myth is history

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Australian Aboriginal myth is history according to a recent report on their stories about flooding and perhaps a great flooding event only a few thousand years ago. If the recent Australian Aborigine mythology is based on true advents then does this imply that their Dreamtime mythology could also based on fact? Indigenous stories of dramatic …

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Diamond formation events witnessed by Aboriginals? Geology evidence?

Is there geological evidence that Australian Aboriginal clans witnessed the instant formation of diamonds in two different areas separated by 100 miles? Both locations that were geological surprisingly to have diamonds. The famous Argyle diamond mine and the Kununurra area with its still mysterious local diamond source. Local Aborigine Miriuwung (Miriwoong) and Gidja Dreaming Time …

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Diamonds created by plasmoids? (Free video)

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Did Australian Aboriginals watch a plasmoid create the diamonds at the Argyle diamond mine and then witness it again at Kununurra? Louis Hissink, a former ‘Diamond’ geologist with DeBeers, after personally seeing the physical evidence combined with hearing the specific Aboriginal mythology, is convinced that the Aboriginal’s ancestors witnessed the Electric Universe plasma events that …

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