Alternate History of the World

The "Pretenders". Royal imposters of the 1600's.

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There are several components to a successful heist. First you need a mark, in this case its the entirety of humanity, 'us'. Then your gonna need a plan, "the Job" the bigger the better, the complete hijacking of recorded history! Then theres the crew. Youre gonna need a fixer, this guys gonna...

1900-1915 HD quality photos of the United States cities. Is that normal?

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I don't know about you, but this quality of the 1900-1915 photography does not quite match my perception, based on the dogmatic education I received. Below are some photos available on the Library of Congress website. The quality is beyond explainable IMHO. These photographs predominantly...

Drones: Unmanned Systems of World Wars I and II

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Drones, or any other unmanned vehicles are normal occurrence in today's life. Yet, I was surprised to find out that there were plenty of unmanned systems as early as 1915. I understand, that in part it demonstrates certain blank spots in my own education, and general knowledge. At the same time...

Kings of Florida, and vanished white Native American Kingdoms

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What happened in the past, and why is it such a secret, that it requires to mislead generations of inhabitants of the planet Earth? Based on multiple instances of circumstantial evidence presented on this website, it does appear that some great cataclysmic event took place in the recent past. It...

Are Cheetahs the result of ancient genetic engineering?

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Cheetahs are great, the Saudis love them. They look nice and they're great with kids. You can have all the status that comes with owning a big cat but without having to worry about them ripping your face off. Why is this so? Could it be that someone in our past has been playing GOD?

Welcoming Satan? Gotthard Tunnel opening ceremony in Switzerland

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The purpose of this topic is to ask a simple question - What do they know, that we do not? Common sense says that things are not being done for no reason. How do they benefit from having this ceremony, and what reflection does it have on our every day life? Mind that these are the power...

Who really built Russian Saint Petersburg? Did they dig it out?

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This is like a variation of the same story, no matter where you look. Now it is the Russian City of Saint Petersburg. It actually has a pretty cool legend about how it was founded, and how it was built. "On 16 May 1703, while looking over sparse marshlands near the mouth of the Baltic Sea...

Bes and the forgotten religion of the Dwarf god

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"This is a general law of the universe, overlooked by science, that out of complexity emerges greater complexity. We could almost say that the universe, nature, is a novelty-conserving, or complexity-conserving engine.” - Terence McKenna The captivating philosopher...

Did Napoleon build the Great Egyptian Pyramids?

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An idea of Napoleon Bonaparte being the mastermind behind the construction of the three Great Pyramids of Egypt sounds ludicrous at best. We all know the dogmatic version. The three Pyramids of Giza: pyramids of Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure were built a gazillion years ago. Science says the...

Ancient bridge construction as presented by Piranesi in the 18th century

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Trying to comprehend the improbable is hard enough. Taking it to a different level would be trying to understand the impossible. The known level of technology in the mid-18th century is refusing to support advanced engineering presented on the below Piranesi engravings. Piranesi's engravings...

The destruction of the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in Saint Louis

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The Louisiana Purchase was the acquisition of the Louisiana territory by the United States from France in 1803. The U.S. paid fifty million francs and a cancellation of debts worth eighteen million francs for a total of sixty-eight million francs. The Louisiana territory included land from...

Do we have a real photo of the entire Planet Earth? Is NASA concerned of its shape?

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This is not a topic I'm particularly interested in, yet it is still very strange, and telling. I think everything is tied in together. There could be some common denominator connecting all the bizarre events, and objects mentioned on this website with our space exploration controversy. At some...

The destruction of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago

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The World's Columbian Exposition was a world's fair held in Chicago in 1893 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus's arrival in the New World in 1492. Not to be confused with the "A Century of Progress International Exposition" 30 years later also known as the...

16th century rockets: manned, multistaged and nozzled?

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I don't know much about the 16th century rockets, but some things appear to be so out of place, that acceptance of their existence is very strange. The origins of the knowledge are not being questioned. Why? According to our traditional science, even...

Mud Flood evidence in the City of Port Townsend, WA

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Recalling that Elmer H. Fisher found enough time in 1889 to distinguish himself in Port Townsend as well, I decided to go for a nice, 100 mile drive to visit this wonderful city. Western...

Who built Stadium High School in Tacoma, WA?

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This one I actually ran into, while on a Sunday drive a few weeks ago. To say that this is an overkill for a school is to say nothing. It could be a monastery, or a "whatever". Once again, there is a picture of the so-called construction process (renovation actually), but this is where it ends...

Jedi Knights of the 17th century

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Bizarre things dug out from the literature of the past keep on coming. Whatever is depicted on the images below is beyond my understanding, when looked from the conventional stand point. Of course being in French, and German, understanding of these books does not help my comprehension of the...

The forgotten people of Tahuglauk and Mozeemlek: 17th century North America

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A few days ago I was looking at some older (17th-18th century) maps when two words attracted my attention. Those words were "Tahuglauk" and "Mozeemlek". Googling the words revealed that Google knows what Wikipedia does not. Surprisingly there was very little contemporary information...​

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