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/lit/ is probably not even the right board for this, but do you guys know of any books related to the idea of a lost civilization during the ice age? Related is the concept of frequent cataclysms that cause civilzations to end and their remains to disappear.

Books I know about include Graham Hancock's, The Adam and Eve Story, Evola's mentions of Hyperborea(Im not entirely sure what Evola meant by this).

This topic is so fringe that there is nothing at all in academia about it, it is just considered pseudoscience, so you sort of have to dig to find anything.

Also anything about the origins of the zodiac, because there are some indications that zodiac symbols exist in places like Gobekli Tepe and some of the cave art from the neolithic.

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