The period between about 12,000 and 3,000 years BP (before present) was a time of profound cultural transition: the first temple mounds were constructed in Peru, the first pyramids and city complexes were built in Egypt, agrarian societies were planned and established, worldwide civilizations rose and collapsed in the ancient Near East, and a multitude of other changes took place in the Far East with long-term consequences for the development of complex societies throughout the Pacific Basin. Many of these temple complexes were centered on earlier “myths of deliverance” when climatic changes occurred. Scientists are now using the tools of underwater archaeology to explore the ocean floor and look for realities behind the submerging of the lost continent of “Mu” and other islands mentioned in Chinese and Japanese myths.
During the mid-Holocene period (12-8,000 years BP) our Earth’s climate was highly variable in comparison with the immediately preceding and succeeding millennia. Both archaeologists and paleoclimatologists are now confronting this correlation with an eye toward possible causal connections between changes in mid-Holocene climate and the rise of culture around the globe. However, the relationship between climatic change and cultural development remain unclear and require case-by-case study with the help of high technology. Evidence indicates that the rapid rising of world ocean levels accompanied the reshaping of large land-bridge areas. Inland lakes captured the influx of salt-water fossils during this mid-Holocene period.
Enhanced collaboration between paleoclimatologists and archaeologists have begun to foster an integrated view of a crucial period in recent Earth history, showing that the earth was “compact above water” as recorded in the New Testament epistle of 2 Peter, Chapter 3. Exploration by divers off the island of Yonaguni (Sea of East China) may substaniate the reports of structures like those on “Mu” in waters surrounding Taiwan. This is important for the appreciation of The Keys of Enoch: Key 215 (1973) that shows the reality of an earlier grid map which spells out a non-random area of historic anomalies that would be found off the coast of Taiwan.
A vision of plenitude is opened before our eyes with the breaking of the historical archeological paradigms. The foundations “of the deep” are being moved and revealed, which will help us understand the “missing pieces” of a fantastic history of our planet and earlier cycles of humanity known to the ancients.
— J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D.
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