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Velicovsky Predictions

VELIKOVSKY PREDICTIONS 1. Venus was a comet before it became a planet ca 1500bc. 2. High surface temperature of Venus in 100’s of degrees and a massive surface pressure. 3. Retrograde revolution of Venus. Anomalous behavior. 4. Petroleum products in atmosphere of Venus. 5. Plastic constitution of body of Venus not very rigid due to above. 6. Interplanetary Electromagnetic @ Electrostatic forces becoming very paramount at close encounters between cosmic bodies. 7. Recent and repeated world catastrophes (Excluding those over 10,000 yr.) which destroyed Animals,Plants,Humans and Civilizations in the recent 3-4000 yrs. 8. The very recent dislocations of the orbits of Earth, Venus, Mars @ Moon, due to near collisions between them. 9. The contra rotation of Earth i.e. the Reversal of East and West due to above. 10. The shifting of the Earth Celestial Axis of Rotation several times in the last 2-3000 yrs. 11. Due to the above dislocations, the Orientations of Stonehenge, Pyramids and other fixed monuments are obsolete and do not of course conform to the Solar System as it is today. 12. Manna from Heaven was a product of Venus’s Hydrocarbons and Bacterial actions. 13. Many of the most recent petroleum deposits in Mexico, Arabia, North Africa etc., are due to fallout from Venus. 14. Uniformitarianism( Newton, Darwin, etc.) is a theory which is incompatible , unacceptable and cannot in many instances explain the Historical, Paleontological, Geological and Archaeological records available to Scientists and Historians. (Theories should fit the Record not vise versa ). 15. Space is not empty but is swept with Particles , Electromagnetic and Electrostatic Fields. ( Solar Plasma, Space Charge Sheaths etc.). 16. The Planets, Moons and the Sun are surrounded by Electromagnetic and Electrostatic envelopes.(Van Allen Belts). 17. The Planets and the Sun have a...

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