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THE BRANDENBURG STONE

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THE BRANDENBURG STONE

THE BRANDENBURG STONE
Comet Catastrophe of 536/540 AD
(560 AD, Battletown, Meade County, Kentucky)

Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, drsrmdejonge@hotmail.com

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  • rmdejonge INSTITUTE OF MEGALITHIC RESEARCH at INSTITUTE OF MEGALITHIC RESEARCH Dear Reader,
    In a previous article the Catastrophe of 536/540 AD was thought to be caused by the eruption of the Krakatau Volcano. This turns out to be wrong. The error was mainly caused by the very prominent left edge of the Stone, which strongly resembles a Volcano, as well as the local shape of the Ohio River, which resembles it, too. However, the message was meant in a different way: the features of this Comet Catastrophe were - like - the eruption of a Volcano, which is a different thing, of course.
    Reinoud de Jonge
    The Netherlands
    4 years ago
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