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Worlds in Collision
By Immanuel Velikovsky
As Interpreted By Bob Barefoot

Part 12: The North Pole's First Location Based on
Paleomagnetic Studies was Through Arizona

The North Pole hundreds of millions of years ago at its first recorded
location (Arizona) as determined by paleomagnetic studies
(Assuming that the Africa/Asia land mass was much closer to the Americas)

Note: The equator, at the time of the first recorded North Pole location in Arizona, ran through the tip of South America, Angola, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Mongolia and through the islands of Northern Japan. Jeruselum was approximately one thousand miles north of the equator. Most of North America was frozen in what we now call the Arctic Circle. The South Pole was off of the southwestern tip of Australia.

NEXT: Diagrams of the North Pole's location over
one hundred million years ago >>>

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