Timothy C. Trepanier
Fri, 01 Mar 2013 21:41 CST
In the fall of 2012, Red Pill Press published a book called The Apocalypse: Comets, Asteroids and Cyclical Catastrophes
, by Laura Knight-Jadczyk. It is a collection of internet essays concerning the appearance of comets, asteroids, meteors and fireballs in our earth's history and the recurring nature of these celestial bodies in our solar system. This book has one essay
that contains a thorough timeline of encounters with these astronomical objects recorded throughout history. Although not entirely exhaustive, as it is likely that many fireball and meteorite encounters were witnessed and not recorded in times past, the timeline is as complete as one will find by searching the records and literature of ancient cultures up to the present day.
This timeline is the subject of the video above, starting from 10700 BCE and the formation of the famous Carolina Bays, up to the very recent overhead bolide explosion witnessed in Chelyabinsk, Russia on February 15th, 2013. Set to classical music and using real-life video clips and images of comets and fireball sightings, Crowded Skies
serves as a primer for the detailed analysis and meticulous research presented in Laura Knight-Jadczyk's work, including Secret History of the World
and Comets and the Horns of Moses
Rather than being a once in a millennial event, the author shows us how cyclical encounters with near-earth objects have had catastrophic consequences many times throughout history, and that we are overdue for another wave very soon. This is evidenced by the numerous fireball sightings and sonic booms that have increased dramatically
in just the last ten years.
So, darken the lights, put your headphones on, play the video in full screen and enjoy the show!