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And there ARE apparently technologically advanced relics and ancient ruins to be found in the area, that have not yet been excavated...

Are you starting to understand that our human history DOES have record of this war?

If you are not reading this on the Ancient Nuclear War dot com site, you are reading something someone has stolen from me, and you need to go to that site itself to read the real deal, and get the latest info on the actual book I am writing. And while the specific details may have become shrouded in myth, the point remains: they agree that there was an incredibly destructive war fought between very advanced civilizations.

How about the legends found worldwide of little people, leprechauns, fairies, gnomes, etc and so forth, Deep in the heart of Siberia lies a strange valley where the locals fear to tread because people that go there have a tendency to not come home.

The problem occured when they sent off this Uranium to be processed into nuclear fuel. The percentages were NOT consistent with any other previously known raw Uranium deposit. Embedded in each of these small Uranium deposits are detectable amounts of the element Plutonium, the primary ingredient of most modern atomic bombs.

It had already been processed, and used, and wasn't any good for new fuel. And Plutonium is NOT a naturally occurring element.

It is formed ONLY inside weapons grade, breeder nuclear reactors. It was an abandoned, ancient, weapons producing nuclear reactor...

If you read through the generations of men immediately proceeding Joseph, and note their lifespans, they consistently average between 175 and 200 years. Over a vast area other animals crumpled to the ground and died.

Then Prince Joseph comes along, and not a single person after him lives more than 130 years As a side note, the Genesis account seems to indicate that the famine has something to do with something EAST of Israel. The waters boiled, and the creatures residing therein also died.

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