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Journey of Man - Out of Africa - the Pacific Cataclysm?

this very interesting documentary tells the story of the San Bushmen of Namibia in southwest Africa who (this documentary's host, and author) Spencer Wells says fathered the majority of Modern Human Races.





So, it seems that the journey Out Of Africa was merely African hunter-gatherers FOLLOWING THE MIGRATING HERDS as they headed northeast away from African drought into what was to become Europe/Asia.

But is there an UNTOLD STORY here?

That is the story of the Pacific Cataclysm, directly across the globe from Africa, the home land of man. 23 million years ago apes started to become Humans.

9-23 million years ago, takes us back to the formation of a fractured Pacific basin, like SOMETHING ABSOLUTELY MASSIVE hit and had severe consequences for Earth.

STUNNING REVELATION MOMENT: Australia may not be of this Earth, it may have 'arrived' 9-23 million years ago in the Pacific Cataclysm.

Of course, this concept is totally insane. I don't like saying, "Australia may not be of this Earth," but it does stand out from its neighbour Asia. But this might only be because it slipped northwards, filling in the gap left by some other foreign body hitting Earth and fracturing the Pacific basin. If you look at the more regular crustal expansion, say in the Atlantic and around Africa/Russia the pattern is consistent. The Pacific basin is fractured, and it looks like between 9 million and 23 million years ago something did this to Earth. You'll notice VERY OLD rocks in the Atlantic basin directly opposite the event marker. In fact, this deep blue rock age shows perfectly the trajectory of whatever hit the Earth.

For me, even though it might not have been Australia, SOMETHING hit the Earth around the 9-23 million years ago point (though I have no proof that it wasn't more recent) and it left its radial target entry point, too. The dark blue bullseye, if you will. Hell, the Ring of Fire around the Pacific ocean even looks like something massive hit, there's a BIG HOLE in the plate-tectonic history of this planet.


the Pacific Cataclysm might be as recent as 70,000 years ago


is it possible that another Pacific landmass-based earlier version of 'modern man' was eradicated by this Pacific cataclysm some 23 million years ago?


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