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Proof of Ancient Nuclear War – Undeniable Discoveries & Evidence of Ancient Atomic Weapons of the Gods

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 10:11
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A frightening discovery about the past: there are areas of the middle east which contain the substance Trinitite, meaning that ultra high energy explosions took place there in the distant past.

Trinitite was first found at the site of the Trinity atomic bomb test in 1945. It can also be created when an object like an asteroid impacts the earth, but there is no evidence of such impacts around the Trinitite deposits in the middle east.

Was there a war then, a terrible war? What happened? Nick Redfern offers some thoughts.

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  • Perhaps the site of the Trinity atomic bomb test was chosen, because the ground surface was
    full of Trinitite, just as we see in the Libyan dessert.

  • The EL-iteS …SATANIC-i’ll thieve everything SCUM…have bombed Iraq, Libya and Syria back into the STONE AGE.

    Maybe …BOMBING ManKIND …..BACK into the STONE AGE… their ….Modus OPERANDI.

    Maybe our emergence from the STONE AGE… was in reality an “elite” induced STONE AGE.

    There is evidence across the Planes Domains and Dominions of Earth of ADVANCED CIVILIZATIONS.
    Maybe those civilizations were our ancestors ?

    One has to admit the FILTH do like THEIR PYROTECHNICS !

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