Ancient continenets

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Ancient continenets

Post by spiritual spy » 11 Jun 2009

Hi

I have gone through 'M130 gene' stuff ... thanks bancy..

What is BKs view of movement of continents.

At that time 'there was no specific geography of the modern India - also where was the maduban in those days'

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I expect arjun to give his views

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Re: Ancient continenets

Post by bansy » 11 Jun 2009

It has been often researched (from ocean floor readings) that the land mass of India (if you look at the bottom two maps) "crashed" into the mainland and created the Himalayas. You can imagine the size of impact. Craters not even close to the size of the mountains that were created by comets have been expected to have wiped out the dinasaurs.

Also there were crashes that created the Swiss Alps and American Rockies and other major mountain ranges.

But maybe no one in the world survived those incidents, and when the dust settled, the Golden Age was born. And all that happening within 5000 years. :shock: :D

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Re: Ancient continenets

Post by arjun » 15 Jun 2009

spiritual spy wrote:What is BKs view of movement of continents.

At that time 'there was no specific geography of the modern India - also where was the maduban in those days'
I don't think BKs/PBKs believe in the movement of continents. They only believe in the submergence of some continents under the ocean at the end of the Confluence Age and their numberwise emergence from the ocean from the Copper Age onwards.

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