History of the Earth

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Re: History of the Earth

Unread postby moses » Tue Feb 05, 2019 6:02 pm

"One thing about the history of the earth in EU/PC models is that the 360 day calendar is due to Saturn." Sithri

The Great Pyramid has one layer of 365.25 and the next layer of 360. Noah's flood was likely at 2,360BC and looks the likely event that changed from the 360 day year to the 365.24 day year. I consider that Saturn then was about where it is now but with it's magnetosphere visible and probably having electrical interactions with Jupiter when in conjunction. Possibly water was in the Saturn magnetosphere and maybe moved out during electrical interactions.

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