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Ev Cochrane: Did ancient man see a different Sun?

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The parent star of planet Earth holds a strange and special place in countless ancient traditions around the world.

The celestial body identified as the Sun in myth, religion, ancient astronomies and rock art routinely bares no resemblance at all to our familiar Sun.

For decades, comparative mythologist Ev Cochrane, as well as his colleague Dave Talbott have worked to reconstruct the natural events that produced extraordinary mythical patterns.

It is their conclusion that in the relatively recent past, in the era of pre-history, a period of instability in the inner solar system brought planets within close proximity to planet Earth.

In this episode, Ev begins our investigation of the question, did ancient man observe a different Sun than our Sun today?

Video and featured image: ThunderboltsProject

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