The Corpse Came Back: Post-Flood Evidence Revealed

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TEACH Services, Inc., 2008 - Religion - 318 pages
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This story unfolds like a mystery thriller...the action-packed, true, gripping account of the settleing down of planet Earth AFTER THE TOTAL WORLD WIPEOUT...and its effects upon human history. The Corpse Came Back! begins with the handful of refugees on board their survival vessel - the ship of Noah - and their journey into the unknown, new world. Of course, the skeptics will have their questions, such as: If the Ark floated above the mountains, however could they breathe in that high-altitude rarified atmosphere? How could the frail, timid platypus have migrated to Australia from Ararat? Surely marsupials must be an isolated evolutionary development - since their fossils are found nowhere else? Amazing scientific evidence that our biggest mountain ranges are barely 4,000+ years old. Was the Ice Age triggered by HEAT??? Why did civilization BEGIN in the mountains - instead of in the easily cultivated valleys and plains? Grand Canyon explorations - are there really ancient Egyptian remains in off-limits tunnels? The strange origin of the alphabet and much more!
 

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Contents

PROLOGUE
7
The Flood recedes a
20
The Flood recedes b
34
a new start
45
Yes it begins in Turkey
56
Plant and animal distribution
63
the first migration a
71
the first migration c
84
The Ice Age SHIVER ALL SUMMER
161
Aftershocks continue a
173
Aftershocks continue b
183
The Flood puddles left behind
195
City folk become savages
214
The nature clocks say 4000 years THE LOST SQUADRON
226
The human clocks say 4000 years PUBLISH IF YOU DARE
236
Why the sea level is rising
245

the second migration a
92
the second migration b
104
the second migration c
114
the second migration d
125
the second migration e
135
Racial history foretold
144
Prophecies for Today WHATS COMING
264
EPILOGUE
277
SUMMARY
283
INDEX
291
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