geoglyphs in Prydein

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an image of a meteor flashing through the sky

Image of a 
revolving globe showing current sea levels since the last 
ice age, before which many ancient societies like Atlantis 
flourished all over planet Earth on what are now sunken lands.

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figures shown below are in England. Note the similarity to the figures
on the Nazca plain, Peru, in the way the eyes are depicted as large.

This is an aerial photograph of a geoglyph depicting a figure in England


figures in Peru are believed to date from around 600 BC, which is around
the same time as the main influx of celtic tribes are believed to have
migrated to the Islands of Prydein (Britain).
What caused the many simultaneous migrations in various parts of the world
is not known, but the ‘British school of coherent
is suggesting that many such migrations were
the result of the collapse of centres of civilisation as a consequence
of sudden climate change caused by the impact of meteorite storms, comets
and/or asteroids. These are said to have triggered volcanic eruptions,
earthquakes and tsunamis, and many now believe that what we see today
are simply the remnants of those early civilisations alongside the remains
of the survivors.


This is a diagram of the whole scheme of the 
geoglyph shown in the arial photograph above

figures were cut into the topsoil revealing the chalk below. This diagram
shows the whole scheme of the geoglyph in the arial photograph above.
Could it possibly be that the various cultural upheavals that are evident
throughout the past few thousand years will show the destruction of civilsations
of antiquity that were in previous times in close contact with each other?
Can the evidence of the similarities in the geoglyphs of various cultures
contribute to solving these mysteries?

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