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5.0 out of 5 stars Essential reading for mankind
This book is of profound importance for mankind and all living things on this planet. This may sound a bit over the top, but having investigated this theory for several years, sceptically I hasten to add, I am now convinced that Hapgood was correct. The book explains in some detail the reasons why it is self-evident that the whole crust of the Earth has (and will)...
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3.0 out of 5 stars dated but still interesting
I purchased the book solely as a reference volume for my bookshelf, having read the book many years ago. I don't know if it is feasible for the crust to slip over the mantle. It may be as there is an inviscid layer seperating the two. The idea of Pole shift is completely no-go as far as conventional geology is concerned, which is surprising as it would answer some...
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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Essential reading for mankind, 23 Mar 2000
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This book is of profound importance for mankind and all living things on this planet. This may sound a bit over the top, but having investigated this theory for several years, sceptically I hasten to add, I am now convinced that Hapgood was correct. The book explains in some detail the reasons why it is self-evident that the whole crust of the Earth has (and will) displace it's position as a whole. In otherwords when Britain was supposed to be in an "ice age" 20 odd thousand years ago, this is explained by the fact that we were positioned on the globe father north. It is not that heavy a read but does contain sufficient data for academics to endeavour to concur or disprove Hapgood. It is thought-provoking and stimulating and has prompted myself to start an email frenzy to Geologists and the like worldwide for an opinion.
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5.0 out of 5 stars earth crust displacement, 13 Nov 2013
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albert Einstein wrote that this theory of Charles h hapgood electrified him and the idea of hapgood is original is also of great simplicity and if it continues to prove itself-of great importance to everything that is related to the history of the earths surface.i found this book to be fascinating I really enjoyed reading this book, this theory of hapgoods has been about since the late fifties has there been any future research into this theory? I doubt it, I bet the so called experts have ignored it like all the other authers of other great books like UNDERWORLD, FINGERPRINTS OF THE GODS, HEAVENS MIRROR, KEEPER OF GENESIS, MAPS OF THE ANCIENT SEA KINGS, FORBIDDEN ARCHEOLOGY, ATLANTIS BENEATH THE ICE and all the other books I want to purchase and read, if you have any of these books or anything similar then you should like this book
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3.0 out of 5 stars dated but still interesting, 6 Mar 2011
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I purchased the book solely as a reference volume for my bookshelf, having read the book many years ago. I don't know if it is feasible for the crust to slip over the mantle. It may be as there is an inviscid layer seperating the two. The idea of Pole shift is completely no-go as far as conventional geology is concerned, which is surprising as it would answer some perplexing facts of the conventional framework - for example, how did forests grow in the High Arctic and how did they get buried, trees, animals and herbs, everything in great heaps and rarely mentioned in conventional text books. Too embarrassing? Not only that, the High Arctic is in darkness for several months each year so how did the forests grow there and each winter the temperature drops to very low temperatures - too low for anything to grow. Strange. There are of course other ways for Pole shift to occur.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Things They Don't Tell You, 24 Feb 2010
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This book is not new; some things may not fit with current thinking but it is still the best book by far on the subject of pole shift, which is a phenonamen largely ignored by science but well documented and explained in this book. An easy and facinating read.
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