Schoch hypothesises that our Sun exploded at the end of the last ice age, around 9,700 BC, in what might be called a micronova. This resulted in the Earth snapping out of the last ice age with the searing heat causing dramatic and precipitous ocean level rises – a “great flood.” He proposes that the two largest pyramids at Giza were erected over the main sites where the Coronal Mass Ejections struck Earth.
The following is an excerpt from the last paragraph of the article, “in summation:”
“Those who survived witnessed a golden age of high knowledge and sophistication coming to an end. These were neither simple nor primitive hunters and gatherers. Survivors did what they could to preserve the greatness of their monuments and history by intentionally physically packing and burying their temples (these structures may not have been temples in a modern sense, but something more, perhaps akin to modern university complexes, libraries, and museums – that is, centers of knowledge). The survivors attempted to record and preserve the knowledge of this golden age that the ancient Egyptians referred to as Zep Tepi.”
In 2016, New Dawn magazine featured a lead article by Robert Schoch titled Is Our Sun Conscious? New Dawn invited me to write a 2-page piece – which we called The Sun, A Universal Deity – to run alongside the main article. It was Special Issue Vol.10 No.6 (see image above) and I feel honoured to have my work published next to that of Robert Schoch. I have never met him, but greatly admire his work.