By Immanuel Velikovsky
As Interpreted By Bob Barefoot
Velikovsky demonstrates how that 3500 years ago Venus, a moon of Jupiter, almost collided with Earth. This caused the Earth's mantle to slide over the core and thereby dramatically displacing the North Pole from its position in the mid south pacific to a location just off Japan.
Note: The clusters of locations exist in basically two locations, with almost no location for thousands of miles in between. The discrepancy in locations for the same age indicates relative movement of the continents and the compromise route is the probable route taken by the shifting North Pole.
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