There's no such thing as dropping a continent in a day, that would be Atlantis based nonsense. Charles Hapgood published a book on pole shift a few years before modern plate tectonics came and invalidated it and later writers have been recycling his claims with no new evidence but various new coats of paint ever since. Due to continental drift the Himalayas are rising by about 5mm a year which in 28,000 years would be 140 meters but that would just make the peaks higher not sink a city on the side of anything.
Cities can end up underground due to earthquakes, pyroclastic flows and more simple land and mudslides. The city of Helike on the Gulf of Corinth sank into the sea within (the source of most lost continent stories) Plato's lifetime due to an earthquake, its just a thing that happens from time to time to vulnerable locations.
The street level in cities that have been occupied for thousands of years like Rome and London have risen by many meters due to a wide variety of reasons none of them to do with the earth's crust. Old Prague is underground in modern Prague because they literally built a new city on top of the old streets at one point.
Yes he mentions Nepal, I am sure it was that or Tibet I can’t remember off the top of my head, maybe you know better?
Lol you know about as much as me. Don’t dismiss what could always be possible 👍🏼
Japan moved something like 8m in that big quake a few years ago, over a day or so, so who knows. You know about plate tectonics and what is at the centre of the earth for sure? No. I doubt it.
You should read the recently de classified CIA document by chan Thomas ‘the Adam and eve story’ something which was originally 200+ pages and classified in 60s. Then heavily edited for public release at 50 odd pages. It’s all about this amongst other things.
Then ask yourself why would they classify it if there wasn’t some semblance of truth.
It also has to do with magnetic shifts etc. Etc.
There are many strange things such as flash frozen mammoths, fish at the top of the Himalayas which wouldn’t ‘happen over centuries’
So please don’t tell me I’m ‘wrong’ when you can be equally so 😉
All I asked was if there was an explanation in the books for it.
Edited by Theredknight, 30 August 2019 - 04:35 PM.