In These New Times

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New light on the Black Death: The cosmic connection

Posted by seumasach on July 29, 2016

This article is very important in advancing the thesis of Velikovsky concerning the influence of catastrophic events on human history. It appears that some of these events may have been more recent than he thought and may be particularly important in relation to the demise of the Inca and Aztec empires. These certainly suffered catastrophic events but Velikovsky found the chronology anomalous. This article helps to provide some answers.

Soft Net

19th December, 2007

I just finished reading this one and all I can say is: Wow! This was an intense book! Not a long one, either – just 208 pages including appendices. It’s tight and economical with no wasted words or idle rambling around. Every example and temporary diversion is crucial to the central argument which is – brace yourself for this one – Mike Baillie (yeah, a real scientist and not a crackpot), is saying that the Black Death, one of the most deadly pandemics in human history, said to have killed possibly two thirds of the entire population of Europe, not to mention millions all over the planet, probably wasn’t Bubonic Plague but was rather Death By Comet(s)!

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