Geophysical science offers rather thin
explanations for the periods of history during
which great glaciers allegedly advanced and
retreated from the polar regions, leaving a
great deal of physical evidence.
When a tilt occurs, the poles rapidly
accelerate until the ice caps reach 45 degrees
from the axis of spin, due to the centrifugal
force acting on them. Immediately upon passing
this 45-degree point, an equally rapid
deceleration begins, and the ice caps comes to
a full stop between 10 and 15 degrees from the
former equatorial latitude.
The weight of the ice cap is
squeezing the material of the continent out
from under it. The extruded material forms a
range of mountains before it, all the way to
the coastal areas and even beyond. There's
good evidence that in this way not only is the
ice cap growing, but the continent itself is
Two tilts ago, a polar cap was where there is
an even larger and deeper depression than the
Sudan Basin (a polar site before the most
recent tilt) -- present Hudson Bay. While the
Hudson Bay ice cap was in existence, the land
masses of India, Borneo, Africa and South
America lay in tandem along the equatorial
Another foundation stone in the support for
the HAB Theory lies in the discovery in the
relatively recent past of some rather odd
rocks which, though magnetic, do not point to
what is currently north and south.
According to the HAB theory, there have been
many occassions in the past during which the
time between capsisings allowed human
civilizations to develop, only to be wiped out
again as the Earth tilted.
The seats of origin of most of the world's
important staple vegetables and fruits are the
Sumatra-Malaysia area, and the Ecuador-Peru
area. Most of our fruits have originated, as
best as can be determined, from a large radius
of southern Asia, of which the Malay
Archipelago appears to be the hub. These
include fruits such as cherries, pears,
apples, plums, olives, figs and grapes.
Others, too, perhaps -- apricots and peaches,
citrus fruits, bananas, coconuts and mango.
The culture of the Egyptians appeared
full-blown, without any history antedating the
First Dynasty. About the year 450 BC, the
Greek historian Herodotus journeyed to both
Memphis and Thebes on the Nile and talked at
length with the priests there about their
country and its history.
Back in 1965 an Argentine citizen, Juan
Moricz, who is an amateur archaeologist, was
poking about in the Ecuadorian Andes about 150
miles south of Quito, in the Province of
Santiago. He found a cave held in
superstitious awe by the Indian tribes of the
area. After finally gaining their confidence,
he was allowed to enter the cave to explore.
What he found is amazing.
An Explanation for the Otherwise
Perhaps now one of the most puzzling of these,
the incredible find at Marcahuasi, only 80 km
northeast of this city, can be solved. Are
these the remains of a civilization made
extinct by a previous capsizing? The remains
have been a continuing enigma to
archaeologists, particularly a spectacular
discovery made in 1952 at an altitude of over
13,000 feet in the Andes.