Catastrophic Termination of the Last Ice Age – Video

Catastrophic Termination of the Last Ice Age – Video

“Trying to survive a cataclysm from above, literally fire coming down.”


“Solar activity / instability at present is the highest it has been since the end of the last ice age,”* says geologist Robert Schoch, Ph.D., in this startling video from thunderbolts.info



Dr Schoch compares Easter Island petroglyphs and script to the extraordinary plasma forms (electrical phenomena) enumerated by plasma scientist Anthony Peratt.

“A major solar outburst could end an ice age, incinerate the surface of the Earth (leaving only large stone structures remaining). create deluges of Biblical proportions as plasma would evaporate water and ice which would later be re-precipitate, and the cataclysm would force survivors to seek shelter in thick stone buildings, caves, and underground,” says Schoch.

http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/mm/electric-universe-2012-conference-video-excerpts/
Thanks to Wanda for this link

* Schoch got this info from I.G. Usaskin, S.K. Solanki, and G.A. Kovaltsov, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2007.


16 thoughts on “Catastrophic Termination of the Last Ice Age – Video”

  1. Yes I seen this on the rense radio website earlier today,he was talking about coming out of an ice age from a large solar blast and at the end he said the sun is ramping up?? were in a solar slump right now and he said ramping up!?!? He must be talking about a longer time scale of solar activity or something.

  2. Wood is rare on Rapa Nui AKA Easter Island.
    Rock is readily available and costs nothing except the labor needed to collect and work with it. As for the caves they are lava tubes and are in limited supply and were there for the taking.
    Lets keep the explainations of things simple, honest, and supported by observable evidence.
    The only known source of lightning coming down from the sky so far is lightning from thunderstorms and volcanic eruptions. If there are other sources please film it in action, show us and tell us all about what you saw.
    That is how a hypothesis goes from being a fancifull idea that could be dismissed as rubbish to a theory that is worth testing to see if it is a law. Laws are theories that work everytime.

    • I commend Thunderbolts for their many insights into cosmos and plasma theory. However There are several ideas of theirs that just don’t jive with a solid knowledge of geology. I cannot buy their theories that the Grand Canyon and other similar landforms were created by massive plasma discharges. They reason that since lichtenberg figures are created by electrical discharges into a block of lucite, and canyons and rivers and water erosion patterns mimic the lichtenberg figures then they too must have an origin in electrical (plasma) discharge. There is something faulty in this reasoning/way of thinking. The Grand Canyon was created solely by millions of years of water erosion and glacial melts as well as continual uplift of the Colorado plateau. That’s just my opinion.

      • I agree about the Grand Canyon. However, I think many of their other plasma theories have merit.

  3. Strictly speaking, the last ice age ended between 12,000 BC and 11,000 BC. Much of the glacial ice melted in that period, but then at 11,000 BC the ice dam that held in the meltwater in the middle of North America broke, releasing huge amounts of fresh water at 32 degrees farenheit into the North Atlantic. This totally stopped the ocean current heat transfer that keeps Europe warm, and the ice age resumed for another 1,000 years (the “Younger Dryas”). Then in 9650 BC, give or take 10 years, the ocean currents resumed, and the remaining ice melted, raising the sea level dramatically. Also at this time a dramatic event occurred in North America that ended the “Clovis culture,” and also killed off most of the large animals (that the Clovis hunters hadn’t killed already).

  4. If you want a very detailed examination of this catastrophic event please read D.C. Allen and J.B.
    Delair’s book “Cataclysm!: Compelling Evidence of a Cosmic Catastrophe in 9500 B.C” or “When the Earth Nearly Died” by the same authors. I read this book over ten years ago and have been very disappointed that it has taken so long for others to finally awaken to the evidence that this event actually occured on a world wide and gigantic scale. Immanuel Velikovsky wrote two books in the 1950s describing this event but his work was not as detailed and referenced as “Cataclysm/When the Earth Nearly Died”. A must read for those who want to better understand the extent of the trama the earth suffered during this event.

  5. The Easter Island script is relatively recent: the existing Rongorongo boards date from the 1700’s AD to the early 1800s AD, and may have been inspired by early (1722 on) European visitors. Easter Island was only settled (by Polynesians and Peruvians) after the time of Christ.

  6. Andrew and Robert,
    The Grand Canyon has nothing like the detritus at its outlet to account for its volume, so a new theory to account for its origin is needed.
    The huge valley on Mars, with no outlet or sign of delta is covered by this theory, as are many other features without visible debris in the solar system

    • Re: the Grand Canyon: The Colorado River has carried most of this sediment out to sea. Re: Mars: Mars used to be warmer, when it had more of an atmosphere. I have no doubt there were epochs in its earlier life where water played a significant role. It lacked the necessary mass to sustain volcanism. Now it just has a lot of wind.

  7. (Santa Barbara, Calif.) –– An 18-member international team of researchers that includes James Kennett, professor of earth science at UC Santa Barbara, has discovered melt-glass material in a thin layer of sedimentary rock in Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Syria. According to the researchers, the material –– which dates back nearly 13,000 years –– was formed at temperatures of 1,700 to 2,200 degrees Celsius (3,100 to 3,600 degrees Fahrenheit), and is the result of a cosmic body impacting Earth.

    These new data are the latest to strongly support the controversial Younger Dryas Boundary (YDB) hypothesis, which proposes that a cosmic impact occurred 12,900 years ago at the onset of an unusual cold climatic period called the Younger Dryas. This episode occurred at or close to the time of major extinction of the North American megafauna, including mammoths and giant ground sloths; and the disappearance of the prehistoric and widely distributed Clovis culture. The researchers’ findings appear today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

    • Carolina Bays ?!! It would be interesting to know what the size of this cosmic body was, or whether it was a field of cosmic debris, i.e. many cosmic bodies…

  8. I suppose that it is at least theoretically possible that as solar output drops on average, it could become increasingly variable (decreasing mean coupled with increasing standard deviation). If that were the case we could potentially experience the worst of both worlds, mini-ice age or full blown ice age conditions coupled with solar flares that would at the very least play hob with any surviving electronics. Whether or not that is likely is of course subject to debate, but it could be the sort of thing that might happen as the sun comes out of a sun spot minimum period and starts ramping up for what we would consider to be “normal” activity.

  9. I remember in grade school (mid to late ’70s) a short story about the Sun exploding (going nova). I never forgot it and when I read this posting by Mr. Felix it reminded me of it.

    I did some searching around the Internet and I believe this is the story I read.

    “The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes” by Margaret St. Clair and was published in 1950.

    Rod Serling adapted the story in an episode of his “Night Gallery” television program which I found online divided into three parts. Total run time is about 20 minutes.
    Part 1
    http://rockettride.multiply.com/video/item/31/THE_BOY_WHO_PREDICTED_EARTHQUAKES_part_13?&show_interstitial=1&u=%2Fvideo%2Fitem
    Part 2
    http://rockettride.multiply.com/video/item/30
    Part 3
    http://rockettride.multiply.com/video/item/29

    Found this summary of the book here. http://www.kfmaas.de/an_herb.html

    The boy who predicted earthquakes

    The text “The boy who predicted earthquakes” is a science fiction story about a boy who predicts future events.

    It tells us how a boy makes a TV-show twice a week in which he tells the watchers what will happen in the next 48 hours. This boy is observed by a scientist who wants to find out how this boy can make his predictions.

    The main character is a boy of 15 years who reads a lot of books in which he learns something about the things happening in the world. In his show he tells about his everyday life, his readings and in between he tells what will happen in the world.

    The minor characters are Mr Wellman, a TV-producer and Mr Read, a scientist.

    The story can be divided into 8 smaller or 5 larger parts:

    In the first larger part the TV-producer tries to explain the main characters’ ability to predict the future to a scientist who wants to observe this boy.

    In the second part the scientist meets Herbert, the main figure and watches him in his normal TV-show. Then the reader is informed about the facts which are predicted and which come true.

    In the third part the reader is confronted with Herbert’s refusal to make his next show. At last his father and the scientist Mr Read convince him that he must go on with his show unless he will produce a mess among his watchers. At last Herbert agrees and announces that the world will be different the next day: the sun will be different, there will be no more wars and there will be no more hunger. The reaction of the public is enthusiastic as we can read in the fourth part.

    There are some hints to a turning point in the third part, but the climax is coming at the end when Herbert explains that he has lied in order not to frighten people before the destruction of the world when the sun is going to explode.

    The author’s message is that it is difficult to live a life in which things are predicted and that it is better to be lied than to know the future.

    My own view of the matter is that I can agree because reality needs special reactions. Predictions prevent people from reacting to the challenges and paralyse them to do nothing at all.

  10. “Solar activity / instability at present is the highest it has been since the end of the last ice age,”
    What kind of statement is this when we’re entering a period of solar grand minimum? Simply uninformed or purposefully deceiving?
    I don’t know, but certainly not scientific.

  11. We suspect that John of Patmos clearly describes
    an asteroid or comet strike in Revelation chapter 8 , however we were confused by the chronology of the events .
    A c.m.e. of sufficient magnitude could occur before the asteroid strike , and cause the preceeding events John describes . A retrograde spin asteroid would be deflected inward toward the solar mass ,the near earth object’s path could be altered to hit our planet.

    The solar grand minimum may be the “calm before the storm ” ,the predicted grand minimum is also , by necessity, an extrapolation .

    Cheer up , Jesus loves you , and he said nobody knows the hour … , change your attitude .

    Remember That John is describing events more than
    2000 years before the celestial mechanics of thier
    respective orgins were/are/will be discovered .

    7 The first angel sounded his trumpet, and there came hail and fire mixed with blood, and it was hurled down on the earth. A third of the earth was burned up, a third of the trees were burned up, and all the green grass was burned up.
    8 The second angel sounded his trumpet, and something like a huge mountain, all ablaze, was thrown into the sea. A third of the sea turned into blood, 9 a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed.

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