David Warner Mathisen is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. He later earned a Masters in English Literature from Texas A & M University and taught in the English Department at West Point. It was a trip to New Zealand that inspired his examination of the evidence for ancient contact between the continents prior to the timeline offered by conventional historians. David’s book “The Mathisen Corollary” offers new perspective on the alternative theory of mankind’s ancient past, examining the clues from ancient myths, from the geological evidence on our planet’s surface, and from the archaeological evidence from Stonehenge, the Great Pyramid, and Teotihuacan, among other sites. It provides new evidence in support of the theories of a cataclysmic global flood, using both mythology and archaeology in addition to geology. It includes a detailed explanation of important celestial phenomena, particularly the precession of the equinoxes, and a refutation of the conventional theories of plate tectonics and Darwinian evolution. He joins us to discuss the evidence for a lost ancient civilization and a global flood, both from a geological and mythological perspective. We discuss the hydroplate theory of Dr. Walt Brown and how the phenomena known as the precession of the equinoxes first began. Topics Discussed: Uniformitarianism, the Grand Canyon, Hydroplate Theory of Dr Walt Brown, Darwin, catastrophe, plate tectonic theory, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, the Kashmir valley, Kaibab Plateau, Himalayans, centripetal force, crustal displacement theory, continental displacement, precession, underwater monuments, the mechanics of precession, heliacal rising, 23.5 axis, Valhalla, Ragnarök, Set, Horus, pyramid texts, Yggdrasil, Epic of Gilgamesh, chopping down the tree, Hipparchus and more.

Links & Sources to the program
davidmathisen.com

mathisencorollary.blogspot.com

Walt Brown

Zodiac

Mid-Atlantic Ridge

Earth’s Gravity Revealed In Unprecedented Detail

Kaibab Plateau

Ellesmere Island

Ice age

Heliacal rising

Hipparchus

Ragnarök

Valhalla

Yggdrasil

Ptolemy

Precession of the equinoxes

The Hydroplate Theory – The Flood

Great Flood

Plate tectonics

Pole shift hypothesis

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