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The Shattering of the Great Planets Hesperus and Phaethon: and the Ensuing Destructions and Floods on Earth Paperback – 14 May 2009
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About the Author
German philologist, born in Merseburg in 1775, died in 1826.
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Excellent record of how planet orbits change
21 April 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
This is an excellent compilation of ancient accounts of close encounters and the shattering of planets, which all societies 3000 years ago focused on. The Bible uses similar imagery as the Canaanites when it mentions the shattering of a great planet four times (spelled differently in Hebrew than the woman Rahab). Modern people usually have trouble accepting the accounts of the ancients because we try to understand the universe with linear notions of time and clock-like orbits, instead of accepting that everything is changing, as the ancients did.
The author was a man possessed by his own demons
24 February 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
Tedious prose, not much substance. Not like Velikovsky at all.