The myths and legends of Native American cultures record a time when destruction came from the sky and destroyed all the giant animals. These legends seem to describe events surrounding the last great mass extinction, that of the Ice Age megafauna around 10,500 BC. The latest research seems to corroborate these ancient Native American legends and reveals that Earth was subjected to an unimaginable mega-disaster which was the cause of this mass extinction. Read more below:
Did cosmic lightning wipeout the mammoths?
Siberia, Alaska, Malta! Three mass slaughter sites! Sites littered with carcasses and skeletons captured in violent death throes. Some are petrified as rocks (Malta), some are preserved in ice (Siberia), some are surrounded and invaded by limestone(Hot Springs – Dakota). Others are entombed in Bitumen (La Brea-L.A.) and peat Bogs (Snowmass- Colorado). Many are impeccably preserved whilst the bulk are shattered, dismembered and rolled (Gibraltar) by forces so violent and unseen today that we are naive to their mysterious powers! These extinct species met with an instantaneous and horrific death….
Many of the mammoth tusks were peppered with tiny iron particles driven deep into the ivory. More they were surrounded with nano diamonds, carbon spherules and radioactive (isotopic) beryllium, iridium and other evidence of a devastating and deadly atomic fusillade….
[One researcher] is adamant that the native American Clovis cultures witnessed this event. He quotes the “Lakota” peoples.
“The creator sung the song of destruction and sent down huge thunderbirds to wage war against the giant animals and evil humans. Finally at the height of the battle the thunderbirds threw down their most powerful thunderbolts all at once. The fiery blast shook the entire world, toppling mountain ranges and setting forests and prairies ablaze. The giant animals and evil people burned up where they stood. He then sent down rain and a great quake that split open the world sending great torrents of water across the world. Today are found the bleached bones of the great animals buried in mud and rock all over the world.”
But what was the cause of this Megalightning? Adrienne Mayor, writing on the mythology of the native American tribes, emphasizes it was not ordinary lightning but Cosmic “Thunderbolts”. These were world shattering discharges. Rick Firestone believes they can be traced to cosmic ray invasion from an exploding supernovae. Others believe that it was an extraordinary coronal mass ejection (CME), or possibly a comet, such as Shoemaker-Levy 9, or perhaps a series of meteorites. Importantly, a large body now consider the possibility of planets in electromagnetic disturbance. They site Jupiter and its moon Io as a example of planetary interplay.
Regardless of the source of destruction, “rock art” (petroglyphs) offer powerful evidence of the operative tool. Anthony Peratt, a plasma research physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, has noted the extraordinary similarity between “squatter man”(see illustration) petroglyphs and his laboratory plasma beam instabilities. He maintains that early man recorded in rock massive plasma discharges in the heavens. These incredibly powerful electromagnetic instabilities eventually discharged causing devastating effects. Magnetic reversals, x-ray bombardment, devastating winds, purging floods, wild fires, mountain building and a host of other cataclysmic scenarios visited Earth. Everywhere in the world you go from Australia’s Kimberley’s to Saudi Arabia and the U.S. you see rock art replications of these plasma instabilities. The tool of mass extinctions?