May 24, 2014
There is a profound connection between
Were these two ancient sites on the old
equator at opposite ends of the earth? Other sites on this proposed
old equatorial line might hold the answer.
Charles Hapgood advocated the Earth crust displacement theory
in a book entitled The Path of the Poles. Hapgood supported
this theory with geomagnetic and carbon dated evidence.
In a book entitled When the Sky Fell,
Rose and Rand Flem-Ath also advocate the Earth crust
displacement theory, with additional geological and archeological
evidence. Both of these works conclude that the North Pole was
located in the Yukon, at 63° N 135° W, approximately 80,000
to100,000 years ago.
This is about 250 miles Northeast of the axis point for the line of
ancient sites at 59° 42' N 139° 17' W. It is interesting to note
that some of the heaviest remaining glaciations in all of North
America is on the Southeastern coast of Alaska, surrounding Yakutat
Geometry - A New Look at An Old Design').