posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 11:58 AM
It would take me sometime to pull out specifics. Off the cuff though, the first time I heard this theory was Frank Joseph detailing a theory that the
Earth's crust shifted 21-23 degrees somewhere around 13+k years ago. This caused water to rise some 100m (400ft). His focus was on Asia. The high
point for survival was the Himalayas.
I recall reading the The Lost Civilization of Lemuria by Frank Joseph some years ago and he talk about the civilization that lived along the land
masses which were, at the time above water, following the tropic of cancer.
So from an Asia perspective there are sites that support a uniform civilization. Joseph spends a bit of time theorizing on technology from this
civilization. One piece I found super interesting was the nan madol site. His theory was the site was used to diffuse the energy from monsoons which
ultimately became hurricanes in the North Americas. He alleges there is a site somewhere towards the southern tip of Japan.
Hancock and West covered the Africa story pretty well; however it is clear that someone encouraged Hancock to suppress the global truth because his
tone changed quite a bit after Talisman and he teaches through fiction now. Andrew Collins also talks about life after the flood, along with the
Churchward wrote the simplest books and academia debunked which, to me, adds weight to his "stories". He tells of the global gas pathways collapsing
and sinking Mu around the same period. Could have been a celestial body that hit earth, dunno. Mecca is allegedly housing foreign body rocks.
In south America you have Jenkins and Augustus Le Plongeon. Augustus Le Plongeon Queen Moo and the Egyptian Sphinx which really makes real the colony
stories. There are some interesting ties to the biblical Cain and Abel story to the Egyptian Typhon and Osiris. Some liken Queen Moo to Sheba, who met
Anyways all of these guys tell a similar story of the Earth shifting, the flood coming and highlands being the Andes, Caucasus and Himalayas.
Murat Yagan wrote Ahmsta Kebzeh: The Science of Universal Awe, Vol. 1. This another lineage writing from the Caucasus survivors.
Lots of randomness there
Sorry but I know you are a student and will filter out the noise to find new leads and trailways.