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UnchartedX
YouTuber explains worldwide religion in context of the Younger Dryas impact
event October 12, 2019 comment 2 Comments

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Ben at UnchartedX continues to produce excellent videos concerning the Younger Dryas Cataclysm and related subjects. Just recently he posted this superbly produced review of religious and mythical information and how it perfectly matches the hard science of impacts.

Warning: This stuff is heavy, and as Ben points out, it may offend your spiritual sensibilities to see some of the bible’s most mysterious verse revealed as highly detailed, accurate descriptions of ancient impacts.

In like fashion, the secular, scientifically minded viewer may be repelled by taking ancient religious texts seriously at all, it being “camp fire talk” and storytelling to that crowd.

But in the great middle it will be plainly obvious that both of these poles of thought are carrying too much ideological baggage to see the truth before their eyes. Dramatic and fanciful religious information, when matched with the physical phenomena known to be associated with climate-changing cosmic impacts, reveals the physical truth behind sacred texts — and the blindness of modern science.

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  1. [SonofaB. I was 250 words into this when it locked up. Start again. Grrrrr]

    Yes, to what Ben has put together here. An excellent presentation with at least 90% likely to end up as correct. And yes, to your intro, George, drawing a good parallel between the beliefs of religion and the equally under-informed beliefs of our history/archaeology.

  2. Continuing…
    Ben has laid out reasonable links between ET impact events and ancient accounts. These links should be obvious. He tackles some future work I wanted to do. He does it so well, mine might be superfluous.

    I am happy he brought in the bits about Krishna and Mithra and the others. How we came to religion itself is something archaeology takes for granted with their mumbo-jumbo POV: the farther back you go, the stupider people were, with gullible post hunter-gatherers being easy prey for Trump type self-appointed priest types who bamboozle everyone with shiny things.

    I am certain the true story is less insulting and more in tune with physical evidence.