Randall Carlson It is a polymath whose research into the ancient world integrates sacred geometry, geology, environmental change, myths, legends, cosmic cycles, and catastrophes. He is a supporter of the hypothesis of the impact of Recent Dryas and theorized about the extinction of advanced historical human civilizations.
The video below shows the audio (and some videos) of one of Randall’s lectures and combines it with illustrations and videos to bring to life what he is saying. Randall discusses the fact that there have been many “apocalyptic” events in the last 150,000 years – the “modern human” period – and that they seem to occur cyclically and regularly.
For the reasons he describes in the lecture, this means that today we are walking among the ruins of many lost civilizations:
One of the most important ideas we get from these ancient traditions is the measurement of cosmic time and how it relates to us here on Earth. You just need to know what to look for and where to look. As you begin to become aware, you will begin to realize that cosmic fingerprints are all around us, and indeed we are living in the wreckage of the previous worlds.
The rubble of these earlier worlds is all around us, but we didn’t have the perspective scale to see them, and that’s where we are now. I’m completely excited about things like the emergence of Google Earth, because Google Earth now allows us to just sit at our computers and see the cosmic perspective of the Earth. When you look at it from an extraterrestrial standpoint, things start to show that we don’t see when we’re immersed down here, when we’re so close that we’re like ants walking under the rubble and can’t see what’s around us.
But we see that we literally build our own world in our own social system, on and off the wreckage of previous worlds.