Author: Ernie Fitzpatrick
Darwin's neat little evolutionary theory simply does not compute with historical evidence. Ah, but when you compare his theories with the Adam and Eve allegory, most people wind up siding with Darwin. I don't see it as an either-or scenario as much as an alternative one. However we humanoids came about, it was much longer than 6,000 years ago and the methodical advancement of civilization has been greatly altered by at least four, what I'd term, recent catastrophies.
Of course, if you don't buy in to what historically looks like four recently previous catastrophies, why would you buy in to a potential one in 2012?
Briefly, the four cataclysms are best described by Frank Joseph, who is editor in chief of Ancient American magazine. The first occured around 3113BCE and in all four a chief problem-maker was Comet Proto-Encke. The second was around 2193 BCE with Oljato and Hale-Bopp messing with us. The third as exactly in 1628BCE and most of our evidence for this cataclysm is as a result of the explosion of Thera volvano. Finally, comes the 1198BCE catastrophies as a result of comet fly-bys.
The geological evidences for these four events is beyond error and the mroe we know about them, the more evidence we're finding. Sometimes we're left in the dark because we don't want to look where the evidence points. Presuppositional thinking can bring us much harm. It seems we've not quite learned that lesson.
On every continent and below every ocean evidence is being added each year. What is it that we will believe or do believe about the past greatly influences what we're open to believing about the futre. Can you say 2012?