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Martian meteorite landed 13,000 years ago


This correlates with the statement in the 14th June 1999 page of Phoenix Return :

 'The southern regions of the ice fields of Antarctica are strewn with the rubble and debris. This has been dated to the fallout of meteoric material over the last several millennia and this is in fact true to some extent. However it will be noted that similar debris lies buried in the ice itself and that this is too deep to be accounted for by this argument. It seems as if the surface debris is newer than the deeper deposits but this is not the case. The melting of the ice is continuous as is evaporation and this process has uncovered the geological layers that you see now.  

      This material, as a body, comes from the crustal removal of Mars and you will find this answers several questions at once. For the asteroid belt that destroyed Mars was the same that contained the fragment which destroyed Atlantis. Thus both occurrences were simultaneous and precipitated the extinction of Mars and the near total destruction of mankind on Earth. It also answers the query of the cause of Atlantean ruin plus dates for the formation of the Antarctic icecap. This dating will be proven to be far closer to the present than previously believed and you will have some difficulty in comprehending the enormity of this revelation.'    


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