posted on Oct, 30 2007 @ 07:51 PM
reply to post by Hanslune
Hans: Again he has put up a theory – no one in the scientific community has accepted this. Again Scott, seriously do you understand the
difference between a proposed theory and one that has been accepted? I can state a theory – but it doesn’t make it fact.
SC: This is blatant misrepresentation, Hans. As I said at the top of this repsonse – ALL of Dr LaViolette’s predictions have materialised and
been independently verified. These are the facts of the matter. That some scientists disagree with LaViolette’s interpretation of those facts is
entirely their perogative but that does not alter or negate the facts
of LaViolette’s work. However, the facts are there – Dr LaViolette
presents them to us much in the same way I have presented the facts of my own research. We each have our own interpretation of those facts and THAT
is where disagreement arises. What I find quite remarkable, however, is how well the dates I present in the Giza ‘codex’ match the dates Dr
LaViolette presents through his own research. Two completely different approaches and yet we come up with dates that correlate reasonably well.
SC: Furthermore, you ignore the voice of the many anceint cultures from all opver the world who, in their own words, tell us the Earth's axis
Hans: That is your interpretation – which you need to support your own idea.
SC: With respect, Hans – these are not MY interpretations. Here is just a few that even you cannot fail to interpret what is being said:
And in those days, Noah saw the Earth had tilted and that its destruction was near.
- (Book of Noah 65.1)
Behold, the Lord maketh the earth empty, and maketh it waste, and turneth it upside down, and scattereth abroad the inhabitants thereof. The earth
shall reel to and fro like a drunkard, and shall be removed like a cottage; and the transgression thereof shall be heavy upon it; and it shall fall,
and not rise again.
- (Book of Isaiah 24:1, 24:20)
The Incas believed that ‘in ancient times the Andes were split apart when the sky made war on the Earth.
- (National Geographic, June 1962, p. 87).
The Cahto Indians of California say simply ‘the sky fell’.
- (The Mythology of All Races, Cooper Square Publishers Inc., New York, 1964, volume X, p. 222).
‘Soon the fiery horses felt how their reins were in an unpractised hand. Rearing and swerving aside, they left their wonted way; then all the
earth was amazed to see that the glorious Sun, instead of holding his stately, beneficent course across the sky, seemed to speed crookedly overhead
and to rush down in wrath like a meteor.’
- Flood of Deucalion - (The Illustrated Guide to Classical Mythology, p. 15-17)