With his ground-breaking research, which he has pursued for over a quarter century beginning with the re-dating of the Great Sphinx in the early 1990s, Dr. Robert Schoch has established scientifically that there was an earlier cycle of civilization that existed before the end of the last ice age and came to a cataclysmic end circa 9700 BCE. The demise of this early civilization, brought down by solar events that also ended the last ice age, was followed by SIDA (solar-induced dark age) lasting for some six millennia until civilization reemerged during the period of circa 4000 to 3000 BCE. Informally, Dr. Schoch has referred to the current round of civilization (approximately the last 5,000 years) as “Civilization A”. Going back in time, the cycle of civilization that was decimated at the end of the last ice age (represented by various sites around the world – most notably Göbekli Tepe in Turkey and the proto-Sphinx complex in Egypt), can be referred to informally as “Civilization B”. But were there cycles of civilization preceding Civilization B? Based on the evidence, can we make the case for a Civilization C in remote antiquity, or a Civilization D, or an earlier civilization still? Could the enigmatic site of Marcahuasi high in the Peruvian Andes, or the site of Tiahuanaco in Bolivia, record aspects of Civilization C or even D? What about the Paleolithic peoples of Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, including forms commonly known as Cro-Magnons, Denisovans, and Neanderthals? Has the level of sophistication of these cultures been sorely underestimated? Might they represent aspects of Civilization D or earlier? Explore these topics and more – such as the arguments surrounding a comet impact versus solar outbursts at the end of the last ice age, and the widespread ancient belief that upon death we are literally reborn as stars (suns) in the sky – firsthand with Dr. Schoch during this Monday Intensive.