Spread the love

Between 1972 and 1973, in modern-day Syria, archaeologists began an excavation of what they originally thought was an ancient farming village located in the Euphrates valley in an area known as Tell Abu Hureyra. The scientists were surprised to discover that there was another settlement from the Paleolithic era buried underneath the remains of the later settlement. Archaeologists were able to determine that the earlier village had been a society of hunter-gatherers who had perhaps settled in the valley more than 12,000 years ago. Around that same time period is when scientists have studied and determined there had been a dramatic climate shift that actually seemed to halt the Earth’s exit from its last Ice Age. Even more fascinating, is that a new study of the soil and artifacts found at Abu Hureyra, revealed the settlement had been obliterated by a fragment of a comet. This finding seems to support the relatively new theory that this unusual climatic event may have been the result of a single or even multiple extraterrestrial impacts. Impacts that may have resulted in, as some academics believe, the destruction of a highly advanced human culture that existed prior to the event. This case file, join the Theorists as they trade in their Older two-door Dryas to get their hands on the newer, sleeker, and more spacious model of…The Younger Dryas

Everything ATT here: https://linktr.ee/alientheoristspodcast

Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy