The Adam and Eve Story by Chan Thomas

The Adam and Eve Story by Chan Thomas

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In The Adam and Eve Story, Chan proposed that the pole shift was much greater, as much as 90 degrees with the poles shifting into the equatorial zone in less than a day. Chan has proposed the poles would flip back and forth in this way so that Antarctica would eventually return to the South Pole region, and the Arctic would do likewise.

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Difference from the CIA version:
  • Includes three additional chapters: Cataclysms Revisited, Conclusion, and The Author
  • Cataclysms Revisited from Page 63 to page 118, just prior to Conclusion India, Greece, Egypt and the entire end section.
In the early 1960s, Thomas Chan wrote a book titled The Adam and Eve Story and attempted to have it published by Emerson House in Los Angeles.
  • Soon after publishing the full issue, the CIA classified his book for 50 years. An FOIA lawsuit was filed against the CIA to release the book.
  • In 2013, the CIA released a "cleansed" version of the original book (50 pages out of 240 original pages).
  • The major difference to Hapgood's claims is that, according to Chan Thomas, the crust moved back to its original position within a relatively short time.
  • Cataclysmic pole shift hypothesis


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