Mount Meru Magnetic Mountain at the North Pole by Eric Dubay

2 thoughts on “Mount Meru Magnetic Mountain at the North Pole by Eric Dubay

  1. Laura Wofford-Brown December 4, 2016 at 8:42 am Reply

    Notice the liars just added a t to plane.

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  2. Ron May 5, 2018 at 4:11 pm Reply

    Hi Eric. I really appreciate your studies. Thanks for speaking out about these truths. I am a missionary and live in the Arctic of Canada. In the subject of Meru and the north being the site of Eden I find very interesting. I can say one thing for sure. In the high arctic it was warm at one time. In one place called Coral Harbour their are fossilized coral. In another place called Axel Heiburg we have fossilized tree trunks still rooted in the ground. Also in Iqaluit on display is a fossil of an alligator type creature with legs. All to say at one time it was warm here. They never told me about this in school for sure. I’m glad I can find out now.

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