Almost 13,000 years ago the earth was struck by a sudden, worldwide
catastrophe. Giant mammals like the mammoth became extinct. Civilizations
vanished, leaving only a few traces. The map of the world changed considerably.
After a final convulsion the ice age definitely came to a close.
The author presents a new and startling theory about the events that
likely happened in those days, using elements of geology, archaeology,
palaeontology, astronomy and mythology, which assent to his theory. These
indications show that the earths crust shifted as a whole over a large distance
within a very short time. The finds provide us with a delicate surprise that had
not been detected before.
Especially in our time of great changes, this book should be read. What is the
connection to the Maya, who let their Long Count Calendar end at December
21st, 2012? To what were they referring?
` A hypothesis, made clear from the beginning of the book, is explained so well
that it is difficult not to search for the truth independently. I can imagine that
everything may have happened like this. The writer deserves a lot of thanks for this,
as it is an art to implant a new idea into somebodys head. (J.M.)
`This book provides a lot of interesting information that differs from existing theories.
Science should seriously regard these ideas and not a priori ban different views.
Some parts are hard to understand, but in this book clues are mentioned that cannot
simply be pushed aside. (J.E.)
`If one is interested in the genesis of the earth in its current shape, this is a very
interesting book. Writer has been immersed in a lot of scientific studies on the
subject and provides an original, clear and realistic vision. (T.S.V.)