statement got my attention. How about you? Read on ...
Find out details on how the Earth, our moon and the asteroid
belt were created. Learn about the creation of man in a
test tube, about DNA and cloning.
Hear about the journey from another
planet to Mars, on to Earth, and then back home. Discover
the evidence of gold mining on Earth to save the atmosphere
of the visitor's planet. Learn about other planets in our
solar system only recently discovered but described in detail
by visitors from another planet thousands of years ago.
These visitors revealed themselves, traveled in spaceships
and left a model of their spacecraft.
Does this sound like science fiction?
Sure it does. Is it? No it is not. It is, in fact, ancient
history. Many archaeologists, linguistic historians, and
researchers have documented parts of the story, but Dr.
Zecharia Sitchen has consolidated more of this research
and presented it in his many books than anyone else.
Dr. Donald Cooper is also a researcher
who is fascinated by the all but forgotten history of Earth
... and of mankind, and is a dedicated student of Dr. Sitchen's
work. In the presentation on March 7, he will condense some
of what Sitchen has discovered and meticulously documented
and which has been presented in many writings and lectures.
Dr. Cooper, who is a retired Presbyterian
minister, long ago became fascinated by how much real, physical
evidence exists to document the earlier civilizations of
Earth. There are real mysteries that beg for solution. Look
at the immense stone formations in Baalbek, Jerusalem, Egypt
and elsewhere which, even today, could not be duplicated
or the stones hewn, transported or put into place due to
their enormous size and weight. And yet, the "primitive"
people of thousands of years ago somehow did it.
The Sumerians recorded the first
atomic blast in 2025 BC on cuniform tablets. This, and many
other things recorded in detail by the Sumerians are even
referred to in the Bible.
If this sounds intriguing to you,
you should definitely plan on attending this lecture. You
should also pick up one or more of Sitchen's books. Prepare
to be amazed.