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What if Mammoths Never Went Extinct?

Long ago North America was frozen over, with mile deep ice where New York is today (40 degrees North Latitude) while Siberia (even at 70 degrees North Latitude) was warm and lush, covered with vegetation for huge herds of mammoths, rhinos, sloths, etc…. because the former North Pole was in Hudson Bay before the last catastrophic POLE SHIFT around 12,900 years ago. Mammoths went extinct because their formerly ideal habitat was destroyed by tsunamis and a huge drop in temperature. Even this video says they ate 500 pounds of vegetation per day. Just like modern elephants, mammoths didn’t live in ice and snow – this is nonsense, part of the conglomeration of lies that prevents most of the public from realizing civilization has been, and again will be, destroyed by a pole shift.


About David Montaigne

Historian, investigator, and author of prophecy books like End Times and 2019, and Antichrist 2016-2019


12 thoughts on “What if Mammoths Never Went Extinct?

  1. 2021 is THE year.
    11.9.2001 –> 11+9+2001=2021

    9:11 And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.

    11:9 And they of the people and kindreds and tongues and nations shall see their dead bodies three days and an half, and shall not suffer their dead bodies to be put in graves.

    Posted by Julian the Apostate | January 1, 2021, 11:55 pm
  2. Yes, I’ve often wondered if they were simply elephants, but one presumes they found evidence of thick wooly coats…

    Perhaps they didn’t find such evidence, but fabricated it?

    Posted by Zod | January 2, 2021, 8:57 am
    • Evidence of wooly fur (evidence mammoths were different than elephants) has been found. I’m just suggesting that those in charge teach us there were “ice ages” in which the whole world cooled down, and that mammoths lived in snow and ice. Instead, “ice ages” occur where the poles are, like Antarctica now, and North America prior to 13,000 years ago. Siberia was warm.

      Posted by David Montaigne | January 2, 2021, 10:33 am
      • Yes, I quite agree. The glaciation cycle is implied to be a global temperature cycle, on the assumption ice cores don’t move with respect to the poles. And this movement of the ice core location every 12,000 years is precisely why the ice core pattern isn’t simple.

        However, given the Illuminati infiltrate everything, I wouldn’t be surprised if evidence of fur was manufactured – to help pretend the mammoths lived in frigid conditions like polar bears.

        Compare with the manufacture of the Dogon’s oral legends that their ancestors knew about Sirius B.

        Posted by Zod | January 2, 2021, 5:02 pm
      • Sadly, I am realizing more and more that fake evidence is manufactured to perpetuate official lies.

        Posted by David Montaigne | January 2, 2021, 9:05 pm
  3. Obviously, there are no large arctic herbivores today, so mammoths could not live in ice and snow.

    Are elephants really better than mammoths evolutionary? What does it say about evolution?

    Posted by Julian the Apostate | January 2, 2021, 1:08 pm
    • Elk, caribou, moose… there are large herbivores in the far north. But only up to regions with a certain amount of snow and ice cover for a limited number of months. Northern Siberia today cannot sustain what it once did, and the extinction of many large mammals at the end of the Pleistocene helps establish that a dramatic change occurred then. As for evolution – it goes up and down, just like civilization. Usually the changes are positive, allowing better survival rates… but every so often good species and cultures are destroyed. There is a lot left to random chance in evolution, it isn’t just constant and steady progress.

      Posted by David Montaigne | January 2, 2021, 9:01 pm
  4. Concerning polar evolution, the interesting question is why penguins live only in Antarctica (Southern Hemisphere), whereas polar bears live only in Arctic (Northern Hemisphere)…?

    Posted by Julian the Apostate | January 2, 2021, 1:12 pm
    • Due to geography and many other factors, not every species spreads over the entire world. If we released penguins in the Arctic I’m sure they would flourish. Polar bears would probably also do well on the coast of Antarctica.

      Posted by David Montaigne | January 2, 2021, 9:04 pm
      • Yes, but who or what put penguins in Antarctica only? Penguins are 30 million years old, so they had to survive many pole shifts, also the time when Antarctica was not really cold.

        BTW, I do not count caribous as large herbivores, rather middle ones. Large are elephants, rhinos, hippos….
        And you can meet mooses in forests in Europe above 50 N grad.
        But moose – which is then the largest herbivore here – has 500 kg, whereas elephant – 4000 kg.

        Posted by Julian the Apostate | January 3, 2021, 9:27 am
  5. You must admit that TPTB have a sense of humour. After all that chemtrailing…
    ‘2 kg of non-toxic calcium carbonate dust” released into the atmosphere.’

    Posted by Julian the Apostate | January 3, 2021, 11:24 am

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