from GoldLybrary Website

"They said this mystery shall never cease; the priest promotes war and the soldier peace"
William Blake

Interplanetary Catastrophism, in one gigantic leap, resolves historical mysteries, bridges evolutionism and creationism, and explains the subliminal lemming factor inherent in the human memory chromosomes. That the evidence for Catastrophism is supported from so many sources places its neglect beyond surprise and into the realm of calculated omission.


The prehistory of the Earth and its custodians lies less in what has been said than in what has been silenced: the silent neglect of evidence, the silent borrowing of ideas, and the silent reversals without apology, are not difficult to detect.

Over the last two centuries:

  1. increasing sunspot activity

  2. absorbed methane and carbon dioxide spawning from the Earth’s forests and river deltas

  3. diminution in the magnetosphere calculated to reach 100% within the next two thousand years; have been combining to widen ozone gaps and leave the Earth teetering and unprotected against cosmic storms - all this within a few seconds of geological time.

For 2,500 years the record of global cataclysms has been obscured by a conflict of evolutionist and creationist interests. Today, the gap between these warring philosophies is exploited by a pseudo-science that seeks to explain geological, historical, astronomical and theological enigmas using the hardware of the space age. In a dreamworld there is never a lack of diversions.

War mania and dogma will dominate the human spirit as long as that spirit remains imprisoned by false history and false beliefs, and the survival of civilization will depend on whether Humanity chooses to confront its traumatic legacy with knowledge and common sense or perish with its dreams.

Despite the aberrations of the past, human destiny, this writer believes, will be revealed through beauty, wisdom, love and - above all - altruism, the highest of all religions. Whether in the stilled hearts of those who have fallen and are falling on history’s soon forgotten battlefields, or in the accusing eyes of a newborn child, this hope remains the enduring ideal, the truest and strongest purpose.


On this piece of cosmic dust, mankind can yet summon the knowledge and courage to root out the distortions of the past, realign human purpose, and nourish the inner vision that sees beyond this Earth, and beyond this time.

Stan Hall

Stan Hall at his location of the Tayos Treasure

With Moricz and Dr. Gerardo Peña Matheus: Altiplano 1975

"One ship drives east and another drives west
With the selfsame winds that blow
'Tis the set of the sails
And not the gales
Which tells them the way to go"
Ella Wheeler Wilcox