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Jul 7, 2020   In his seemingly round-about but deftly interweaving style, RC collates some of the factors regarding the Younger Dryas and how cosmic lessons from recent events are lending insights that can be applied to solve the mystery. He highlights our unique circumstance with the advancements of technology that we employ to “see” Earth’s ecosystem in the micro to macro scales, and how we can piece together the incomplete human puzzle. Eyewitness accounts from the massive airburst explosion over the Siberian taiga in 1908 provide us the common imagery to link modern science with the myths and legends from our deep past, as we continue to peel away the many layers that obscure us from the knowledge of our true history.  Kosmographia Ep037 The Randall Carlson Podcast with Brothers of the Serpent – Kyle and Russ, Normal Guy Mike and GCREX admin Bradley, from 06/29/20.


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