Location of Continents and Oceans in the Paleogene - Earth before the Flood: Disappeared Continents and Civilizations

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Location of Continents and Oceans in the Paleogene

World in the Palaeogene. Prosperity of Hyperborea

Let's try to reconstruct  Earth as it existed in the Paleocene and Eocene epoch (about 60-40 million years ago), when Earth was experiencing a "golden age" and was inhabited by a highly organized race of "white gods" and the serpent people (see also here).

Under existing paleogeodynamic and paleogeographic reconstructions, the planet then had six continents - Eurasia with North America (united at the Bering Strait), Africa with Arabia (united at the Sinai Peninsula), South America, Antarctica, Australia, and the Indian subcontinent.

Read my work, "Atlantis, Hyperborea, Lemuria, Mu - really existing continents, long ago known to geologists. Once again to the need for reform of education in natural science"




These continents separated the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans, and the now defunct Tethys, the site of which is now the Alpine-Himalayan mountain-fold belt, the Mediterranean and the Black Sea.                         

Contents

The Arctic Basin in the Paleogene

The Seventh Continent - Hyperborea

Hyperborea: Where was it and what did it look like?

White Island, "High Gobi Civilization" and Jambudvipa (Hyperborea)

What did the rest of the world look like?

Sacred Geography - the Geography of the "Golden Age"


The section "World in the Palaeogene. Prosperity of Hyperborea" (L Fitzpatrick's title "...Heyday of Hyperborea")

© AV Koltypin, 2009
©  LA Fitzpatrick, 2013 (translation)

We, A. Koltypin the author of this work, and L.Fitzpatrick the translator of this work, give permission to use this for anypurpose except prohibited by applicable law, on condition that our authorship and hyperlink to the site http://earthbeforeflood.com is given

Read my works "Paleocene-Eocene - the Golden Age of (Humanity) Mankind", "Svarga (Jambudvipa, Hyperborea). The world where gods lived", "The earliest maps of Earth (Piri Reis, Oronce Fine, Gerardus Mercator, Philippe Bauche and other cartographers) were charted in the Palaeogene", "When did forests grow and rivers  flow in Antarctica? Once again about the age of Piri Reis, Oronce Fine and Philippe Bauche' maps" and other works, announced in "Hyperborea - northern native land of mankind"
Read also my work "Earth in the Early Paleogene and the planet Uranus - twins,  brothers?  To what unexpected conclusions it is possible to come on a joint of astronomy, geology and folklore"    (L Fitzpatrick's title "Earth in the early Paleogene and the Planet Uranus - Twin Brothers? Unexpected Conclusions based upon the Correlation of Astronomy, Geology and Folklore"    

 
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