Sunday, December 21, 2014

700-foot waves ~ 400 MPH WINDS..END OF WORLD

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Josephine was breathing down my neck. "What on earth is that?" she asked. So - WHAT IS IT?

"Sit down," I said. "This is going to blow your mind!"
She took a seat and leaned forward..

"Would you believe, this is a Chinese world map drawn in 1418. Look, this Liu Gang map shows every one of the seven continents - and even Antarctica."

She leaned forward, excitedly. "And also the two main islands of New Zealand. Clearly marked."

I looked her in the eye. "You know what this will do to history as taught in our schools?"

"Sure," she smiled. "We were taught that the first visitor to this part of the world was Abel Tasman the Dutchman in 1642, followed by Britain's Captain James Cook in 1769."

"Well, Josephine, here's clear evidence that the Chinese were here first." "Or other explorers who gave them the map."

And so, with this map already in their possession, a massive fleet under the command of Admiral Zheng left China in 1421 to circumnavigate the globe.
The plan was also to open up further trade routes and to bring the might and power of China to the attention of the world.

More than 100 ships carrying 28,000 people set out. The flotilla was split into four smaller fleets. Very few ships made the return journey to China in 1423. The losses were considerable, one fleet alone losing 55 ships.

One of these disastrous journeys was into the southern oceans to observe the Southern Cross and to visit the Chinese outposts established on the South Island of New Zealand many years before.

The Chinese had been mining gold along the rivers of the South Island for a number of centuries. Of course, this very suggestion has raised the ire of historians. They say there is no evidence or traces that the Chinese were ever there, let alone mining precious metals.

However, documents from ancient China tell of the misfortune that befell the Southern fleets as the ships set sail from Campbell Island toward the southern tip of the South Island.

The fleet, under the command of Zhou Man, was soon to pass Snare's Island and had to alter course to avoid the island, and therefore split into two groups. Then catastrophe struck. A huge comet struck the sea less than 100 miles from the fleet (a distance of approximately 150 miles south west of Stewart Island).

Many of the ships were incinerated and the blazing wrecks were carried by a massive tsunami toward the coast of New Zealand, and at a far greater distance, the Australian coastline.

Seeking confirmation that this Chinese report might be actually true, Dr Edward Bryant, and Australian scientist, came to the conclusion that parts of New Zealand’s South Island had been devastated by fire and hit by a tsunami between 1410 and 1480 AD.

He also researched Maori (NZ) and Aboriginal (Australia) stories of fire that rained onto the earth, destroying the forests and making the landscape uninhabitable.

Then in 2003, American scientist Dallas Abbott announced that her team had found where a comet had crashed between Campbell Island and Stewart Island.
The ocean floor crater has been measured at 20 km wide. Dallas Abbott placed the event at approximately 500 years ago.

Evidence of tsunami related flotsam has been found in the form of logs and beach sand at 220 meters above sea level on Stewart Island.

Waves of up to 130 meters high also struck the coast of Australia. The impact had a devastating effect on the Chinese fleet.

The comet would have appeared 26 times brighter than the sun; its screaming noise of 100 decibels. The sailors would have been deafened and their sight lost in the searing heat.

The comet hit the water at about 60 miles south of the fleet. Gigantic waves more than 700 feet high would have tossed the fleet like matchsticks.

The wind force would have exceeded 400 miles per hour.
Cedric Bell, a retired Marine Engineer and Surveyor, came from the UK to New Zealand to join his son Dave in carrying out extensive high-tech surveys on coastal areas from the Catlins, to Dunedin and then to Banks Peninsula.

The team established the exact locations of 60 wrecked ships, some of them many meters above sea level and embedded in banks or buried in grass paddocks on the top of cliffs. The Bells have also found evidence of dwellings and smelters in the region.

Stories from both the Koori people of Australia and the Southern Maori of New Zealand (the Waitaha) tell of a rain of fire from the heavens.

The Waitaha stories tell of the devastation with the burning of major forests and all bird life.
The people had to flee inland to escape the cataclysm, which left a landscape that had changed
beyond all recognition. All of this took place about 500 years ago.

So, here we have stories of the disaster from three different sources - Australia, New Zealand and China.

The physical evidence confirms ancient reports which mainstream educators want to deny. The very
suggestion of early visits to the South by the Chinese or others is scoffed at as "myth".

Fiction couldn't challenge your imagination more. And yet here it is, fact after fact, story after
story, about the lives and discoveries of people ages ago.
Dead men do tell tales, you see. Tales of journeys long forgotten.

Oh, and that hardly begins our great adventure. If you really want to know more, you really do need
your own copy of the popular e-book, Dead Men's Secrets. It contains one thousand or more astonishing
secrets from our forgotten past.
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Thank you, again, Henry Kroll, for taking time to think about this. Your life will be enriched for
the effort.
Take care,
Jonathan Gray
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