The Apocalypse: Comets, Asteroids and Cyclical Catastrophes (Anglais) Broché – 26 juillet 2012
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L'auteure aborde un vaste panel de sujets : les travaux de Clube et Napier; ceux de Mike Baillie disant que la peste noire du XIVe s qui tua 2/3 de la population européenne n'était pas due à une épidémie mais à des frappes cométaires ; les relations entre les catastrophes cycliques, la psychopathie, le monothéisme, l'inquisition et nos ancêtres du paléolithique... En résumé, un ouvrage érudit et très bien écrit, qui vous fera voir l'histoire de l'humanité sous un angle différent et novateur.
Une lecture essentielle pour ceux qui veulent comprendre notre histoire et se préparer pour le futur.
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Laura Knight-Jadczyk manages to tie in modern day celebrations of the dead, paganism, the origins of monotheistic religions, all the while highlighting just how blind we remain to comets and the implications for the future (a stunning indictment on modern day science and politics). It's frightening to see how people who care more about their own power and prestige than the survival of our species continue to turn a blind eye to the evidence that has mounted up before them, and has only been exposed due to the efforts of a small group of dedicated researchers, Laura included. This is an absolutely essential piece of the puzzle. It is not pretty, but it is essential, and with the amount and variety of source material it is the perfect starting point.
Laura invites you to challenge her findings and provides a strong list of reference material supporting her conclusions. This comprehensive,compact book can be read as a primer for those interested in understanding the inhabitants of Earth's cyclical progression through "time" using sound scientific methods and helps us move beyond the pervading sensationalism infused in the "End of Days" predictions
This book is not for those who prefer to bury their head in the sand to preserve their ignorant bliss; this book, like all of LJK's book, are for sincere, open-minded, truth-seekers who appreciate scientific evidence and are able to discard previously held beliefs when confronted with contradictory evidence.
Stay away from this book if you don't want your boat rocked.
Indeed there are and if you want to learn more I highly recommend that you read this book.It gives a very well researched alternative theory which, while not very pleasant to think about, could be crucial to our survival. The idea that our planet has been frequently bombarded by showers of smaller cometary fragments which have ended civilizations, caused global destruction, disease and countless deaths. So far we've survived but how prepared are we for the next time?
Once again, Laura Knight-Jadczyk does an amazing job of pulling together huge volumes of information and connecting the dots to produce a book that is easy to read, yet packed with information that will leave very little doubt in your mind as to the very real and imminent dangers we are facing on planet Earth.
This book is not for those who would prefer "not to know"!
Last but not least, I now wonder about all those Hollywood movies about catastrophic events being fixed thanks to super technological tricks, usually by government agencies & Co...
The bad news is that we are due to cross through another swarm, and a large body of evidence and statistics is given in the second part of the book which shows that we are experiencing a sharp increase in objects entering the Earth's atmosphere. The third part of the book places cometary interactions into a wider framework, with discussions on historical revision, the corruption of science, the origin of psychopathy, and the the different stages of paleolithic culture. All in all, a must-read for anyone who's interested in where we've been as a species as well as where we're headed, and how knowledge of cometary impacts is crucial to these questions.