200 years ago: same Population Questions

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This is one of the most moderate calculations that has ever been made on the subject of the population of the world at the period of the deluge, and yet is far above the highest calculation of the present number of mankind, which has never, we believe, been supposed to exceed from 800 to 1,000 millions. But what could the learned author mean by the first pair having “ left” only ten pair of marriageable persons at the end of the first...
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Annihilation of the Rigid Airship Industry

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A rigid airship is a type of airship (or dirigible) in which the envelope is supported by an internal framework rather than by being kept in shape by the pressure of the lifting gas within the envelope, as in blimps (also called pressure airships) and semi-rigid airships. Rigid airships are often commonly called Zeppelins, though this technically refers only to airships built by the Luftschiffbau Zeppelin company.
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Did Monomotapa City become South African Pretoria City?

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Pretoria was founded in 1855 by Marthinus Pretorius, a leader of the Voortrekkers, who named it after his father Andries Pretorius and chose a spot on the banks of the "Monkeys river" to be the new capital of the South African Republic. The elder Pretorius had become a national hero of the Voortrekkers after his victory over Dingane and the Zulus in the Battle of Blood River. The elder Pretorius also negotiated the Sand River Convention...
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1459: Fort Mehrangarh, Jodhpur and the Indus River

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Fort Mehrangarh, located in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, is one of the largest forts in India. Built in around 1459 by Rao Jodha, the fort is situated 410 feet (125 m) above the city and is enclosed by imposing thick walls. Inside its boundaries there are several palaces known for their intricate carvings and expansive courtyards. A winding road leads to and from the city below. The imprints of the impact of cannonballs fired by attacking armies of...
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Welcome to Tenochtitlan as it was in 1520

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Tenochtitlan, also known as Mexico-Tenochtitlan, was a large Mexica altepetl in what is now the historic center of Mexico City. The exact date of the founding of the city is unclear. The date 13 March 1325 was chosen in 1925 to celebrate the 600th anniversary of the city.
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SPQR this & SPQx that. Empires were everywhere.

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SPQR is an abbreviation for Senātus Populusque Rōmānus. In English we get "The Roman Senate and People", or more freely "The Senate and People of Rome". This emblematic abbreviated phrase refers to the government of the ancient Roman Republic. It appears on Roman currency, at the end of documents made public by an inscription in stone or metal, and in dedications of monuments and public works.
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Noah's Flood and Russian Pineapple Trees

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The pineapple fascinated Europeans as a fruit of colonialism. But it was not successfully cultivated in Europe until Pieter de la Court developed greenhouse horticulture near Leyden from about 1658. Pineapple plants were distributed from the Netherlands to English gardeners in 1719 and French ones in 1730. In England, the first pineapple was grown at Dorney Court, Dorney in Buckinghamshire, and a huge "pineapple stove" to heat the plants was...
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1905: Lewis and Clark Exposition in Portland, Oregon

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The Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition was a worldwide exposition held in Portland, Oregon, United States in 1905 to celebrate the centennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. During those four and a half months, 1,588,000 paying visitors passed through the gates to the 400-acre fairgrounds on the northwest edge of town. More than 400,000 were from outside the Pacific Northwest, a huge number of tourists for a city of perhaps 120,000...
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The Great Sphinx of Giza and its Mystery Chambers

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At present the excavations are confined to the chamber in the head This chamber is 60ft' long by 14ft. wide. It is connected by tunnels with the temple of the sun, which rests within the paws of the Sphinx. Such relics as the "Crux Ansata" symbol of the sun are found by the hundreds. Several of these are gold, and some have wires for tiny bells, which, when sounded by the priests, summoned up ghosts.
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Vatican, where are the Keys of Saint Peter?

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The Keys of Heaven refers to the image of crossed keys used in ecclesiastical heraldry, to represent the metaphorical keys of the office of Saint Peter, the keys of heaven, or the keys of the kingdom of Heaven. According to Catholic teaching, Jesus promised the keys to heaven to Saint Peter, empowering him to take binding actions. The keys of heaven or keys of Saint Peter are seen as a symbol of papal authority and are seen on papal coats of...
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The Matrix: Sphere with a Flat Surface

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If you were the PTB, and had to present a convenient "politically correct" model of the existing simulation world... what model would you choose? Could it be that the Spherical Earth model was forced upon us, because there was no better way to misrepresent the truth while simultaneously exploiting certain laws of the available simulation? But... I definitely do not want our realm to be a computer program.
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Helen of Troy, The Fountain of Light and the Eye of Ra Device

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We are to believe that for 10 years, thousands of people (and many Gods) were involved in various combat related activities over a... woman. Could it be that the event we know as the Trojan War was fought over a piece of "pre-flood" ancient technology other than over a woman? As we know, history is written by victors. Losers are normally not allowed to contribute. What if the reasons for this (highly questionable by some) war were totally...
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1860s: Russian Ironclads including Monitors

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After seeing these ships, I can't help it but continue thinking that we are missing a chunk of our history, containing all the information about some unknown Global World Order of the past. Without knowing that these ships were Russian, their design would have tricked me into thinking that the ships in question were American Ironclads. I'm still not sure why I did not bump into these ships through my generic search pertaining to such ships...
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1812: Moscow Column that never happened. Allegedly...

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At the summit is placed the Russian eagle, grasping in his talons a globe and holding in his beak a serpent convoluted into a ring, the emblem of eternity, in the most obvious and common sense; yet, perhaps, at the same time allusive to the conquest of a foe, whose insidious and envenomed friend ship had nearly brought ruin upon the Russian nation. At the bottom of the pillar are placed the French eagles. This, no doubt, is their fit place...
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The PTB History Fabrication Tools

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Throughout time, the establishment had to deal with tons of inconvenient historical information. We have to give credit where credit is due. They did a great job making ends meet. Luckily for us, there were a few loose ones left. These loose ends are out there for everyone to see, and were not really concealable. The PTB did the only thing they could with those. They forced an altered understanding of such loose historical ends. Below are...
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What event turned Scythia into Tartary?

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Reportedly a descendant of one of the Three Magi, Prester John was a generous ruler and a virtuous man, presiding over a realm full of riches and strange creatures. His kingdom contained such marvels as the Fountain of Youth, and it even bordered the Earthly Paradise. Among his treasures was a mirror through which every province could be seen. There were no poor people, no dissensions, no vices in his dominions. The legend of Prester John...
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Ancient Coats of Arms

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Hierosme de Bara was born in Paris around 1540 and possibly died in Geneva around 1600. He was a glass painter, goldsmith and armorist. We know very little about this author and artist who is said to be Parisian, appears only in a few administrative documents and who, with a privilege of the king running over ten years, had several editions of his master book printed: The Coat of Arms, "which shows the manner in which the Ancients and Moderns...
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1390 or 1666: Book of Ballymote. Improperly dated by the PTB?

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The Book of Ballymote was written in 1390 or 1391 in or near the town of Ballymote for Tonnaltagh McDonagh, who was then in occupation of the castle. The chief compiler was Manus O'Duignan. The book is a compilation of older works, mostly loose manuscripts and valuable documents handed down from antiquity that came into possession of McDonagh. The first page of the work contains a drawing of Noah's Ark as conceived by the scribe. The Book of...
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Pompeiigate Scandal: Chronology Issues

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I'm a firm believer that TPTB could not come up with all the lies at the same time, hence, from time to time, they had to adjust their narrative package. But there were times when the PTB were satisfied with their current BS model. In this case we are talking about the 19th century. Here is what was published prior to all this "plaster cast" coverup.
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Novaya Zemlya: Russians Hiding the Remnants of the Old World?

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Novaya Zemlya is an archipelago in the Arctic Ocean in northern Russia and the extreme northeast of Europe. A total of 135 nuclear tests were performed in the atmosphere, under water and underground. The explosion of the most powerful hydrogen bomb in human history with a capacity of over 50 megatons at an altitude of 4.5 kilometers also occurred here. To date, nuclear tests on the archipelago are not carried out, but non-nuclear experiments...
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