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From whence came the great sheets of ice that covered much of the earth during the ice ages? The ice was deposited rapidly, freezing mammoths in mid-chew on their tropical plant dinners. This astounding book describes the “canopy theory” of planetary development, that is, a spherical shell of mineral and water rotated at a distance from earth’s surface. Periodically minerals would fall, creating the stratification found in sedimentary rock and ice would fall, creating the geologically short-lived ice ages which disappeared as the ice melted.


Proof that we Live Inside of the Globe

Geocosmos Koresh's Cellular Cosmogony

Proof that we Live Inside of the Globe Koreshans’ Startling Claim That Their Theory Is Demonstrated by Experiments and Surveys — Scientific Revolution to Follow. from Chicago Sunday Times-Herald, July…

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Charles Hoy Fort – Bibliomancer Extraordinaire

By Franklin Ellsworth Clarke Conventional thinkers too often express the desire for “new science perspectives”. In this theme, they lift up their voices in the midst of a present scientific…

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Fire Falls & Fireballs

By Vincent H. Gaddis On the evening of October 8, 1871, the Midwestern states lay hot and parched beneath a clear sky. For three months there had been a drought,…

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Were the Oceans Once in the Skies?

Canopy Theory of Planetary Development

Galahad College Extension Fellowship SIXTH LESSON LECTURE THE beautiful Script to which you have just listened, fits with particular appropriateness into this entrancing subject which we continue to study this…

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