Characteristics for the Occurrence of a High-Current Z-Pinch Aurora as Recorded in Antiquity Part II: Directionality and Source by Anthony Peratt and Marinus Anthony van der Sluijs is the second part of the stunning investigation into the possibility that ancient petroglyphs around the world showed a awe inspiring plasma discharge (Peratt instability) in planet Earth’s skies – plasmaglyphs?
Tony Peratt and Rens van der Sluijs working with a plasma mythology team including D Scott in locations all around the world, recorded over 100,000 rock carved petroglyphs. The results of the line of sight direction of those carving these ancient images indicate that they were pointing and showing something constant in the sky.
As Peratt’s team moved around the world in latitude and longitude the petroglyphs directional axis changed and so did what the rock art was observing and chiselling into the sheltered rock sites.
This document seems to provide evidence of where and what was seen by civilisations, making it and essential ebook for those into plasma cosmology, comparative mythology, chronology revisionism and those interested in the Electric Universe theory (EU theory).
Abstract from Anthony Peratt’s Characteristics for the Occurrence of a High-Current Z-Pinch Aurora as Recorded in Antiquity Part 2: Directionality and Source
Part II focuses on the source of light and its temporal change from a current-increasing Z-pinch or dense-plasma-focus aurora. Orientation and field-of-view data are given as surveyed and contributed from 139 countries, from sites and fields containing several millions of these objects. This information allows a reconstruction of the auroral form presumably associated with extreme geomagnetic storms and shows, based on existent geophysical evidence, plasma flow inward at Earth’s south polar axis.
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