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    High Collars vs. Long Necks and Kayan People

    I was following a line of research on demons spawning a race of giants and it led me to thinking they were the Elizabethan elite including Queen Elizabeth and the strange clothing/wigs/makeup/shoes/fabrics/etc are really to cover up their weird demon traits and large sized appendages. This...
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    Could our planet Earth be one huge quarry?

    I am really interested in the idea of a silicon based earth. One of my own theories has to do with my avatar pic. These "landscape quartz" may be a clue. Did this silicone based earth somehow take pictures of itself? I have a TON of these saved that look like landscape paintings with giant trees.
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    I went digging, they are Russian Cossack. Thanks for the interest. You have a keen eye!

    I went digging, they are Russian Cossack. Thanks for the interest. You have a keen eye!
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    Triumphal Arches, aka Ianuae Magicae: bridge portals between places, or regular structures?

    Wow, I don't know how I missed this post! Good info, I'm going to look into this more! Thank you!
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    Triumphal Arches, aka Ianuae Magicae: bridge portals between places, or regular structures?

    Great post! I have wondered about these roses/flowers/transmitters before. The best idea I came across was relating them to cymatics.
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    Did Unicorns live a few hundred years ago?

    You read my mind but I could not find the article! Thanks again for this blog, it's awesome.
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    Did Unicorns live a few hundred years ago?

    It's the pics!
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    Funerary Chullpa Towers and the Aymara People

    I'm not going to try to explain this myself because NewEarth does an amazing job! But, I agree with her!
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    Did Unicorns live a few hundred years ago?

    Whow, just found a few more unicorns and a bunch of other stuff from this blog. KD, may I be so bold as to put in an article request? I went to duckduckgo.com and put in "16th century ornament print" and did not like what I saw. I can't seem to find a good explanation of why this "artwork"...
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    Triumphal Arches, aka Ianuae Magicae: bridge portals between places, or regular structures?

    That was AMAZING!!!!!!! Thank you so much for this video!! So I've been discussing this topic with my husband and he brought up Dr. Strange. So just for fun I googled his supposed address in NYC and it is a short walk from the Washington Square Arch, looks like it's about a block and a half...
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    Did Unicorns live a few hundred years ago?

    I believe.
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    Triumphal Arches, aka Ianuae Magicae: bridge portals between places, or regular structures?

    I still don't know how they work but maybe I just stumbled upon who to ask. The Masons have something called the Royal Arch.
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    1793: Marie Antoinette and Elongated Skulls

    I spent some time working in costuming professionally. It is really hard to get these wigs to stay in place when we have tried to recreate this look. The hairpiece ends up being very heavy and the balance the actress needs to have is extraordinary! I always wondered how they did it back then...
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    1812 French Invasion of Russia vs. Logistics

    Ok, I don't have any evidence...yet...but I'm thinking foraging, hunting along the way, and eating worn out horses could have helped. Still seems like a LOT of food. Here's what some soldiers do. 7 Survival Foods Made by Soldiers During WWI
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    Why It Was Faster To Build Subways in 1900

    The ngram for subway wasn't that surprising, here's "underground rail". Weird. Google Books Ngram Viewer
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