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Galaktische Begegnungen, APOLLO-Objekte und ATLANTIS

Ein katastrophisches Szenario für Diskontinuitäten in der Menschheitsgeschichte

von unserem Gastautor Emilio Spedicato

Dieser Beitrag von Prof. Emilio Spedicato © wurde von Bernhard Beier für nach einer englischsprachigen Fassung ins Deutsche übertragen, die online unter erschien.

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