Book | 1824 Flood in The Fencing Master by Alexandre Dumas

My wife is reading the Fencing Master by Alexandre Dumas. Apparently, it contains some info on one of the Saint Petersburg floods of the 19th century.

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Considering that the book was first published between 1840-42, we could be talking about the Siant Petersburg flood of 1824.


KD: Figured this could be interesting for some...
 

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Relating to floods. AISPIK based on their historical data review/analysis and field trips to test their hypothesis about 2 foods happened in 17th and 19th century. The 17th century flood has destroyed an ancient civilization and the 19th flood has destroyed so called by AISPIC inter-flood civilization. They suggest that there was a massive scale censorship program to remove any possible evidence about true history of our civilization.
Here is an English transcript of a YouTube video done by AISPIK group of Oleg Pavlyuchenko.


The video talks about Africa, but explains these two floods theories briefly giving a distinction between 2 floods.

The Sahara is the world's largest desert, stretching over eight and a half million square kilometers. When we hear this word, images of endless sands and a scorching sun immediately come to mind. And many feels that that the Shahara and in general all the desert on our planet, by the way being considered a green planet, are apparent anomaly. Emerged as these anomalies, according to many researchers of the real past, either due to the activities of humans, or because of some catastrophic events in general is not so distant past. It looks like that underneath of the sands of Sahara lies not just a lot of mysteries and artifacts related to the catastrophe of the past of mankind, but also many solid answers. The answers to when and because of what a several global catastrophes have occurred on our planet destroying a highly developed civilization on earth. Application of modern technologies in the late 20th, early 21st centuries allowed to make a significant understanding on what lies under a thick layer of sand of the Sahara. Orbital images and high-altitude geo-radars showed ruins of huge cities, forests, agricultural land, and a dense network of river systems.

It turns out that under these places and not only the Sahara, but also under the entire desert zone of the earth, a huge part of the planetary ancient civilization is buried. And this buried civilization was exactly ancient. This is clearly seen in the architecture of the ruins, which are glimpsed through the sands.

Here we understand the main lie of those who wrote history in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, writing us a fairy-tale about the earliest formation of the Sahara Desert, thousands of years ago with the primitive tribes of nomads.

Where then, under a thick layer of sand, did ancient megalopolises, and dams blocking the channels of huge local rivers come from?

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The recent, by historical standards, dating of all global catastrophes, I think, is already clear to many today. More my hypothesis is presented in the YouTube video: "This is what is hidden under the sands of Sahara."


The Official science says that the Sahara Desert was formed 6000 years ago. So what are the ancient cities doing under its sands, whose age, according to the same scientists, does not exceed 2-3 thousand years?

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If the desert really appeared 6,000 years ago, three thousand years ago no one would have started building Ancient cities, because this is a desert.

These cities were built on the banks of local rivers, among fields and forests, definitely, before the formation of the desert itself. But here everything is again very complicated. The ancient civilization, which covered almost the entire planet, which by the way we can see very well from the single world antique architecture style/technology, has disappeared suddenly and simultaneously on the entire surface of the earth.

Ancient civilization perished in the "desolate days of Boris Godunov, when, having seen a comet shattered the Earth" in the 17-th century (“In the Desolate Days. Tradition” Lyrics by Konstantin Balmont (1867-1942)).

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John Martin: here comes the Flood

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But it is interesting that the Sahara at the 17-th century was not being formed. In the 17-th century there was almost instantaneous (Frozen mammoths had undigested food– usually takes 2-3 hours to digest, Siberian delicacy even in 1950s) permafrosting of Siberia and the rest of the permafrost zones in our planet. At the same time, the destroyed ancient cities were covered with a thick layer of mud and debris of bones, broken ceramics, and seashells. Moreover, these Ancient cities were covered with this debris on the entire surface of the planet. The ruins of the ancient cities of North Africa were exactly the same as the ruins depicted by Piranesi in southern Europe.

In the 17-th century the Northern Africa was covered the mud and debris, not with the sand. But the sand covered the Northern Africa in the next global catastrophe, approximately in 1842.

To fully understand my hypothesis, once again I will refer to the presented in the YouTube video: "This is what is hidden under the sands of Sahara."


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The huge river system, covering all of Northern Africa, was also covered under the sand only in the middle of the 19-th century.

Of course, these North African rivers suffered in the global catastrophe of the 17th century.

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But in the 17th century, the reivers in Africa, as well as in Siberia, and on the Russian plains, and in the Europe, were covered by mud. There was no sand in North Africa in the 17th century.

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With the modern tools, scientists discovered the bed of a huge river. If this river was not covered with the sand, it would be one of the ten largest rivers on the planet. Scientists named it TamanRasset

This river is on many maps of the fifteenth, sixteenth, 17th centuries.

Of course, all these maps are copies from more ancient and accurate maps, made by not earlier than the second half of the 19th century. More details about the falsification the prevalent layer of historical documents in the YouTube video: " That is why TARTARIA is a FAKE STORY! How does it relate to what is HAPPENING in the WORLD today?"


Nevertheless, this river from the rewritten maps fully corresponds to the recently discovered under sands of Sahara river of the TamanRasset.

This river channeled into the Atlantic Ocean by a vast delta, which today is at the bottom of the ocean, which rose 150 meters after the flood of the 17-th century, off the coast of Guinea-Bissau and Gambia.

From under the sand in the south of Mali there are outlines of this lake, located in the lower reaches of this river.

And of course, these maps show us a huge density of ancient cities, located not only along the banks of the river, called Negritie on the map, but also throughout the whole stretch of Sahara.

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One thing is clear there was no desert here at the time of the existence of all these ancient cities and river systems.

And the ancient ruins, showing through the sands of the Sahara, are completely identical in their architecture to all antique structures found anywhere in the world.

On these maps, we see Barbaria. It is located in the northwest of the African continent.

Today it is the Mediterranean coast of Algeria, the same one that was the granary of the Rome. But today, as we can see, it is mainly a desert. And, this mysterious Barbaria covered almost the entire territory of modern Morocco.

Looking at the map, the territory that occupies today Morocco meets all the conditions for my next research. Morocco was covered from the East by the Atlas Mountains -breakwaters.

According to my hypothesis, the fragments of comet Biela flew from the east. The sand of it flew from the same direction. In general, Morocco, in contrast to all the neighboring territories of Western Sahara, is the least covered with sand. The same area has not been greatly affected by modern buildings.

A little about disasters/floods: As I suggested above, the mid -19th century catastrophe covered northern Africa with sand.

This happened due to the falling to the ground of fragments of comet Biela, as well as its tail, which contained dust, sand, and small ice crystals. The collision direction was from the east to west with the epicenter of the largest fragment of Comet Biela, hitting a territory that is today a desert Taklamakan, and spreading the sand to the Atlantic coast of North Africa.

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The main result of 1842 disaster is the appearance of the entire desert zone of the earth.

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But the ancient flood of the seventeenth century had a different direction and a different mechanism of a disaster.

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In the 17th century these were mega-tsunami waves formed from the rotation of the hydrosphere relative to the lithosphere.

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This resulted due to the axial precession that arose because of the fall in the polar region of the Fata moon fragment that was hit by a comet.

The third disaster (known as a Biblical Great Flood) has destroyed a megalithic civilization.

We will confirm my theories this time in Morocco. Its area has been best preserved in all the northern Africa. The Atlantic coast of Morocco is green on the map today. It already has a fertile layer and vegetation, unlike the whole of western Sahara. The AISPIK Expeditionary Club sets off for this mysterious and little-known country in Russia, which keeps the secrets of both disasters of the 17th and the 19th centuries. Moroccan cities have preserved well remnants of the inter-flood period of human history. We will see how, after the destruction of the ancient civilization, new inter-flood cities began to be built on its ruins. This happened at the same time in the 18th, first half of the 19th centuries, when Peter I was building his St. Petersburg on the ruins of ancient Veliky Novgorod (Novgorod the Great). In Morocco we will try to understand how people changed after the ancient flood. We will try to figure out why after the death of antiquity people were divided into many cultures and religions after having a common culture. On the ancient ruins of Morocco in the 18th, early 19th centuries, new inter-flood cities were built, and they were built just from the broken antique blocks, which was mined from the antique ruins, and built with red brick (this brick is different from today’s brick) - in the exact the same way as St. Petersburg, Moscow and other European cities were build during inter-flood period. But the architectural style of Morocco turned out to be different. Here we will see another method of inter-flood construction. In addition to the described broken antique blocks, and red bricks the Morocco has building constructed from mud. In Morocco, whole clay towns such as Ait Benhaddou have survived. In the 18th century, this city was actually built from clay and mud. The surrounding area was covered with mud and clay, not sand. But today this clay and dirt is not in the area anymore. On top of mud and caly lies the same sand brought by the catastrophe of the 19th century.

It seems that in Morocco, we will see the same architecture as in India. That is, in the empire of the Great Mogols in Hindustan. And this inter-flood empire seemed to stretch across the entire desert zone of the earth. That is a blow of comet Biela fell mainly on the empire of Great Mogols.

I also believe that this Great Mogol empire of Babur was not established in the 15th century. It was founded after the ancient flood only in the 18th century. And this empire ended its existence just in the flood of the 19th century. Its remnants in Hindustan were finished off by the British in 1858.

In general, in this expedition, we will try to reveal the similarity of the architecture of the Great Mogols in Hindustan with the architecture of Morocco. The expedition will take place in two stages, seven days each. The first stage is the north of Morocco. We are exploring Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier, and Fes. We will explore local palaces and ruins of ancient cities. In general, all that which I suggested - ancient ruins is primarily Volubilis, Shell and Ludia . And the inter-flood monuments are Medina in Tangier and Fes; the inter-flood old quarters of Rabat and Casablanca. The second part of the expedition is southern Morocco. We will start with the famous Marrakech, with its inter-flood quarters and ancient ruins. Next, we will explore Ait Benhaddu , the city of clay and mud built at the foot of the ancient hillock of an ancient Her (Xer) (tall halfgod of antiquity). We have explored such hillocks in many of our expeditions, first of all, this is Sigiriya studied by the AISPIK expeditionary club in Sri Lanka.

This is also a huge Pinara that amazed us in Turkey. By the way, in Turkey we found a lot of these hillocks with the flat tops on which there were central palaces and temples of the rulers of ancient cities. The Sileon hillock had the palace of the Calchas with an ancient city around it. And here are the hillocks from Russia. On a similar hillock stood Tobolsk, which in ancient times was called Sibir. Nizhny Novgorod stood on the same hillock.

It seems that all the old Russian cities, which were really cities of Antiquity, were built around such hillocks. Further from Marrakech we will move to the city of Essaouria. It has a lot of ancient ruins. The city is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. We will also visit Erg Chebbi, the famous desert in which the barchans constantly move. And the frequency of its sands and the fusion of its texture will help us to confirm that this sand fell from the sky. That is, it has a cosmic, not marine origin. Back in Morocco, we will be looking for traces of the highest technologies of the 18th and early 19th centuries (there are maps with a developed railroad network before railroads were built according to an official history). Search for traces of the trans-Saharan railway. Its train stations are made of metal and glass. Similarity we found an inter-flood Rail station and the base of an ancient railway bridge in Istanbul, right on the banks of the Bosporus. That is, in the middle of the nineteenth century, there was a railway bridge across the Bosporus.
 
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