He says the Eye of Africa is the lost city of Atlantis

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Not only did the lost city of Atlantis actually exist, but its true location has been hiding in plain sight for thousands of years, completely unnoticed, as we’ve been looking in all the wrong places... Since everyone assumes that it must be under the ocean somewhere, such as in the depths of...

Lightning Rod Fashion: 18th century grounded Umbrellas and Hats

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It appears that a time specific necessity is being dismissed as an insignificant fashion style of the past. There is nothing better to have other than a wire cable dragging behind pulling back on your umbrella, or tagging on your hat. Gentlemen could simultaneously work on strengthening those...

Efimok coin, Fomenko's phantom time and added 1,000 years of history

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Could not really help it but start this thread on the issue of date depictions. It appears that at some undetermined (so far) time we acquired this digit "1" in the year date on a more or less permanent basis. Prior to it we have either "I - (i)" or the same "I" but looking...

Was Czar Ivan the Terrible that terrible, or was he a Caesar Tyrant?

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In this thread I plan on showing that our understanding of the word "Tyrant" is seriously skewed. It appears we were provided with a substituted meaning of this word. This, in turn, assisted today's pseudo-historians to distort our understanding of certain historical processes. It also provided...

Egyptologist, carve us a vase: stoneworking tools and methods

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Archaeologists frequently comment that the best workmanship of Ancient Egypt occurs in the earliest eras of that long lived civilization, and in no area is it truer than the lovely hard stone vases and bowls made in predynastic times. Thousands were found in the earliest step pyramid of Djoser...

19th century Fax Machine by Giovanni Caselli

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Once again, this is supposed to be common knowledge, for it is googlable, and can be found on Wikipedia, as well as on a whole bunch of other resources. Yet, I doubt that things similar to the ones presented below are being taught at school. If they are, they are probably being presented as some...

Stars of David on the US Flag

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The official history of the United States flag appears to be omitting a few intricate details. It's hard to say what the true meaning of those details is, but the sheer fact of them being omitted prompts a few questions to be asked. Wikipedia chooses not to mention certain US flags in its...

1876 Ward Charcoal Ovens in Nevada

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Beehive ovens built by Italian artisans in the deserts of Nevada to produce charcoal from locally harvested timber. How much more ridiculous does it have to sound for us to start questioning the BS narrative of the lying dogmatic science? What timber? What are these beehive ovens? Try to order...

Ruins of 1879 Union Mine Shaft in Nevada. Underground city?

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Allegedly, this photograph was taken in 1947. What we see here are the Ruins of Union Mine Shaft in Nevada. A mine shaft photographed in 1947 normally would not end up being something exciting. Yet, take a good look at this photograph. Unfortunately, this is the best quality photograph I was...

Omaha Mud Flood: St. Mary Magdalene Church 1920 transformation

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Below is an example of over 20 feet of dirt which came from nowhere. It buried this cathedral at some unknown point in time. Our official history can not account for its appearance. The officials are not even trying to explain where the dirt came from (as far as I know). If we were to believe...

1885 Moberly, Missouri: Underground city discovered 360 feet below the ground surface

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"A hard and thick stratum of lava arches in the buried city, the streets of which are regularly laid out and enclosed by walls of stone, which is cut and dressed in a fairly good, although rude style of masonry. A hall 30 by 100 feet was discovered with stone benches and tools of all...

What weapon was used to "bomb" WW2 Dresden?

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Apparently, one of the common denominators connecting many weird urban/forest fires, and bombings with the main theme of this forum is the lack of sufficient temperature. Time and time again, fierce powerful firestorms destroying hole cities, fail to set as much as a tree on fire. Apart from...

1597: World's oldest 421 y.o. eight shot revolver

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Every single article pertaining to this, allegedly, 1597 revolver contains nothing but speculations. The official story says that this gun was made by a certain gunsmith named Hans Stopler. Apparently a stamp mark of a horse spur, told the director of Maihaugen Folk Museum, Gaute Jacobsen, that...

Fire destroys 200 year old Historical Museum of Brazil

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Brazil’s oldest and most important historical and scientific museum has been consumed by fire, and much of its archive of 20 million items is believed to have been destroyed. The fire at Rio de Janeiro’s 200-year-old National Museum began after it closed to the public on Sunday and raged into...

Fake history of Alexander Column in Saint Petersburg

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What we have is one more historical inconsistency. Apparently, one of the most prominent architectural features defining the face of the Russian city of Saint Petersburg was not built when historians say it was. Additionally, may be it was not built by the reported individuals...

1680 pocket watches by Thomas Tompion

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Thomas Tompion was an English clockmaker, watchmaker and mechanician who is still regarded to this day as the Father of English Clockmaking. Tompion's work includes some of the most historic and important clocks and watches in the world and can command very high prices whenever outstanding...

Saint Petersburg Kazan Cathedral was not built when they say it was...

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I believe this is one of those cases where the global censorship and historical assignment committee failed to do its job properly. They still did an awesome job, but with the amounts they had to deal with, they were prone to have certain objects slip through the cracks. It appears that a...

Where were US flags prior to the Civil War?

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I wanted to share an observation of mine. Primarily because it provides for a possibility of one very peculiar historical development. It I will sound as unrealistic as it gets. I will present a hypothesis that there was no United States of America prior to the Civil War time frame. This...

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