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Kamienski, Professor Michal

KamienskiProfessor Michal Kamienski (1879-1973) was a Polish astronomer at the University of Cracow who claimed that astronomical research could be used to reveal a more exact date for various landmark events in ancient history. As a result of his investigations, in 1957, he proposed(a) that a part of Halley’s Comet fell into the Gulf of Mexico in 9546 BC or 9540 BC and was responsible for the destruction of Atlantis[420].

>In 1950, he wrote a paper in support of the moon capture theories of Hoerbiger and the Swedish phyiscist Hannes Alfvén (1908-1995).(b)<

In 1971, Comet Wolf was renamed Comet Wolf-Kamienski in his honour.

>(a) https://atlantisite.com/submerge.htm

(b) Atlantean Research, Vol.2 No.6 Feb/March, 1950<