In places around the globe, Dr Vamos Toth found cone houses of similar shape, and 6000-year-old pottery signs with amazing correspondence. The expert believed the appearance of many identical place-names in different parts of the world was evidence of an ancient global civilization. Dr Clyde Winters explains the surprising research supporting a pre-diluvial civilization.
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