Robert Schoch and the Solar Induced Dark Age
Posted on September 2nd, 2018

Guest: - Robert Schoch

The archaeological site of Gobekli Tepe in Southeastern Turkey is evidence of an advanced civilization that existed before the end of the last ice age which ended suddenly in 9,700 BC due to cataclysmic solar events that rained havoc on the earth. The beautifully carved stone pillars unearthed at Gobekli Tepe were oriented toward the Pleiades, Taurus, and the constellation Orion. Above and underground rock shelters in the Cappadocia region of Turkey are estimated to have at one time each sheltered tens of thousands of people and small animals. Easter Island in the South Pacific also reveals evidence of catastrophic solar events on petroglyphs - stone carvings depicting powerful plasma events in the skies that ended the last ice age. Stone bunkers built on Easter Island would have given shelter. The Easter Island Rongorongo glyphs depict what resembles plasma discharges that would have been seen in the sky. A 6,000 year dark age ensued which Robert Schoch refers to as the Solar Induced Dark Age.

Photo(s)/Images(s) by R. Schoch and C. Ulissey,

Photo(s)/Images(s) by Dr. Anthony L. Perratt

Photo(s)/Images(s) by R. Schoch and C. Ulissey,



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David McIntosh - September 13th, 2018 at 7:08 PM
I enjoyed very much the two episodes with Robert Schoch, thank you. Googling for further information on topics that captured my imagination, like Gobekli Tepe and stick figures in the sky, I came across an article titled "Extraordinary Biomass-Burning Episode and Impact Winter Triggered by the Younger Dryas Cosmic Impact %u223C12,800 Years Ago." Mr. Schoch attributed widely acknowledged sudden and catastrophic environmental changes around the end of the last ice age to major solar event(s), but it seems to me--admittedly a total amateur--the suddennness and violence of change which he describes fits better with a cosmic impact (with remnants of a disintegrated comet). Mr. Schoch mentioned nothing of this possibility, and I'm wondering why. Perhaps solar activity and cosmic impact coincided, or were even causally related somehow. Just curious. Any thoughts?
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