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The Shattered Angel Of Death Comet Encke

I worry when Randall Carlson discusses the meteor shower associated with the Comet Encke that the Earth regularly receives.* I listen fearfully when Carlson considers whether or not that meteor shower at its extreme could have been the possible cause of the Younger Dryas Boundary (YDB) mega fauna extinction in North and South America.

The fossilized remains of mammoths, rhinoceros, bison, great cats, and millions of other mega fauna have been found throughout the Americas, from Alaska to Argentina, buried in a layer of muck. From their remains it is clear that the bones of these massive animals were struck and broken while they were standing on their feet, and their soft bodies were shredded by some massive power. The animals' remains were almost instantaneously preserved by sudden and catastrophic burial in churned muck; when the animals, with healthy skin and hair, fresh grass and even flowers in their stomachs, were frozen in severe and sudden sub-zero temperatures.

What happens the next time that the Earth loops through that section of the universe where the Shattered Angel Of Death Comet Encke is at its worst, where the comet's debris field is too large, the approach angles are unfortunate? What of us? How hard will it hit?


* Source: "Berezovka Mammoth | Randall Carlson - Kosmographia Clips 013.3",

The Shattered Angel Of Death Comet Encke

by Annmarie Throckmorton 2022

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