Some questions and answers about the Earth’s history, from The Seer:
Question: When was Noah’s, Great Flood?
The Seer: 9,700 BC
Question: Was there a place in the Southern Hemisphere where the Original Ones had an established settlement?
The Seer: In New Zealand, South Island on a remote mountain they called Urukehu (birthplace of the gods). The Original Ones (8 1/2-10 feet tall) settled here in 10,409 BC.
Question: How many ice ages were there?
The Seer: 3.
The first one began in 15,000–13,000BC (when the poles were displaced)
The second = 12,000–11,600BC (after the Earth was struck by a fragmented meteor that changed the Earth’s rotation)
The third, and most recent 10,800–9,700BC
(The third ice age resulted in the great flood. The flood began in 9,700 when the third ice age, which began when the Earth was struck by pieces of the tail of the comet Minerva, melted.)
Question: Who established a colony on Easter Island?
The Seer: Pre-Great Flood geography had a much bigger North American landmass. Easter Island was a halfway stopover for the frequent traffic between Mu, and the islands of what today is called Malaysia and the “enormous land“. The statues were erected by the Easter Island inhabitants (demigod offspring of the gods) to honor the mapmaking group led by a goddess (godbeings), who stopped there regularly. After the Great Flood, they came no more. The statues are older than 11,000 years old.