Deluge of Atlantis

Deluge of Atlantis
Deluge of Atlantis

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Dale's Overall End-Pleistocene Catastrophe Model



Cape York Meteorites at the American Museum of Natural History, acknowledged to have been part of "The Greatest Meteorite Shower Known to History" just before 10000 years ago and preserved at the North of Greenland.
Or in other words, one of your smoking guns.

Otto Muck's map for the Giant Meteorite Strike at the end of the Pleistocene. I am using Muck's date throughout for consistency's sake mostly, but there is a rival faction which dates the equivalent evidence to 12000 years ago or even 12000 BC (which is 2000 years older) The point is that the dates are consistent in either event, it is just that some experts read the same data differently.


Dale's maps modelling the stages of the Cataclysm at the end of the Pleistocene. Map 1, Meteorite strikes and possible deposits of meteorite dust on the seafloors.

(click on any map to enlarge it)
Map 2.
Volcanic activity at the end of the Pleistocene, several major volcanic erruptions simultaneously and over the next 1000 years subsequently. The Mid-Atlantic ridge has a peculiar structure with a lowered lava chamber relative to the similar ridges in the Indian and Pacific oceans, and is thought to have blown out to a depth of one or two kilometers (or more) at the time, as marked on the map.

Map 3.
Splintered lava, lava bombs, remnants of decayed pumice and other volcanic ash on the North Atlantic floor. As demonstrated by the Piggott-Urey cores and others. Termier's tachylite (lava hardened above water and dating to the end of the Ice Age) probably only one out of thousands of possible examples still on the sea floor in modern times. Dating is to 10000-11000 years ago as also shown in lava debris washed into the Arctic Ocean.



Map 4.
Evidence of Tsunamis, saline soils and oceanic clays (blue) washed inland by titanic waves reaching up to 1000 foot altitude in mid-continent, and clays washed off of continental areas at seabottom (orange) also including large tree trunks and so on. The work of Lougee and Lougee among recent professional geologists is appreciated.

Map 5.
Evidence of a poleshift (Hapgood) and increased precipitation generally. Otto Muck indicates an annual rainfall of 100 feet of rain as a resul from the Atlantic Catastrophe, in areas around the Atlantic, caused by highflying volcanic ash and ejected water droplets.

Magnetic shift, South Pole goes to current North pole, Gottweig Excursion. Map taken from Paleomagnetism by D. H. Tarling, 1983, figure 8.12, page 189 as indicated by Swedish varves.
Map 6.
Generalized Loess and windblown sand map

Not all Pleistocene blown sand and loess is the same age, but the last layer of loess (Peoria Loess in USA) has a chemical composition much like decayed lava {mentioned by chemists cited by "Flood" geologists) and was washed out of the atmosphere by ongoing rains.
Map 7
Arks of Refuge map. Areas relatively untouched by the effects of the Cataclysm and with continuing relic flora and fauna (and freshwater fish that survived the saltwater tsunami)



Russian Website map showing submergence of land areas at the time of Hapgood's latest Poleshift and the Atlantic Cataclysm, the period known in Geology as the Flandrian Transgression.


Same website, map in more normal orientation.


Older map of the Flandrian Transgression. This event has tended to be thought "Unfashionable" by American Geologists although some European Geologists still teach it.



Flood Geologists are indifferent to the idea because it does not really off them as much of a Universal Deluge as they desire, and because such Flood Geologists basically want ALL Geology to derive from one Great Flood.


Whale skeleton from the mountains of New York. These fossils are somewhat legendary and sometimes denyed but there are whale, walrus, and seal fossils washed inland at this same time of the event, C-14 dated to between 10000 and 11000 BP within a certain margin for error. This also includes coldwater sea shells, and a comparable situation exists in Europe.



Twocreekian smashed forest bed at exactly the same date, although the date itself is a matter of controversy. There is also a controversy in that the next-oldest glacial layer is difficult to distinguish from this event. This is the exact stratum that Hapgood identified as indicating his latest poleshift, however.

Crosssection of a hillside of this date near Lake Michigan, showing the distinct break where the forest bed was buried in fastrunning water deposits that left the obvious layer of sand above it. Tree trunks are scattered all over the layer indicating the event and such remains can commonly be found in parts of Michigan, Indiana and Illinois. And this layer also has the infrequent seahells and disatriculated fish vertebrae indicating that it is a deposit of the same tsunami.

An Archaeological site at Avon, Indiana was one where I participated and it was one where the same fallen tree-trunks occured at the same level. So that is not only a deposit of the Northern part of the state. Lougee and Lougee understood geological features formed at Bloomington, Indiana to have been made at the bottom of salt water and envisioned an inland sea reaching from Central India to the Gulf of Mexico in Late-Glacial Chronology.


Seals and Whales in the Proglacial front where the Great Lakes would later be, dating to the same period. This would include parts of Northern Ohio and Indiana as well as Michigan.



Overkill Hypothesis map. Unfortunately the ENTIRE "Overkill" chronolgy is in this same period and all of the dates as given are within the period of 11500 to 10500 years ago, within the same margin of error for the same event. Muck gives the date for the Atlantic Cataclysm fallowing the Giant Meteorite collision as approximately 10500 years ago. And so this map very neatly expresses the extinction of the Megafauna to that event since the dates are such a good match.



Mass-Extinction map, End-Pleistocene World-Wide. The dates of the events are often ambiguous and the causes mostly based on personal prejudices toward one theory or another, but it seems that the larger part of extinctions are within the appropriate interval (North America marked as 11.5 to 10 thousand years ago) but for the most part either of undetermined causes, or else the extinctiona are thought to be mostly due to climate (Europe and Asia) or at least partly due to climate (North America)



Map showing area of Mass Extinctions within the appropriate window. Evidence from Africa is uncertain but may well have been improperly dated, hence the question mark.It is notable that there appears to have been a megafaunal extinction recoded during the more recent period of the Saharan rock art, the mis-named "Bubalus" period.



Radiocarbon dates showing mass extinction spike in the interval 10000-11000 years ago, these dates are the same ones sometimes "Adjusted" to make them 12000-13000 years old or older, as Firestone did with his dates.



I have a chart showing this with ground sloth dung C-14 dates in an older issue of SCIENCE magazine, unfortunately not reproducable and so I redrew it here. The percentages are also unfortunately not readable but the bean curve does admirably match the other chart. The mass die-offs of ALL Mammoths and Mastodons (and curiously enough, the date for the last British Mammoths as indicated in a recent blog posting by Karl Shuker) is also within this exact same range, and noting especially both Siberia and Alaska.




Georgite tektite from the area near the Carolina Bays. Geologists tend to call all tektites from the area the same and say that they are too old to be associated with the "Bays" but in fact there are two types of tektites in the area, the older ones which are usually round black beads, and these Georgiaites which are usually green glass and with a different chemical composition. Some of them are also even found on the Atlantic Continental shelf.

More examples of Georgiaites




Tektite Strewn Fields, the tektites in question are in the field which includes the West Indies and Southern US Coast. Some of the other areas in Europe, Africa and Australia have overlapping Tektite fields of different ages and therefore it would not be too unusual if we had the same situation here.

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