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  1. Jinxy

    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    Thanks for the info and effort you put in this. It confirms my personal Idea that "something" happend in the 1800's in America that constructed many buildings in a relative short time..
  2. Jinxy

    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    Never knew. Really.
  3. Jinxy

    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    Thanks, I am totally new on this whole subject but I ran into a jon Levi video and my interest was born. I do think too that it was a passway for water just like the old Roman streets were. But not a canal for big ships: But if you look at this photo the Erie Canal goes to the sea, like as if...
  4. Jinxy

    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    I'm still trying to get through your previous comment but I think this Bergman building is just one building of some larger system, not a stand-alone building.
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    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    Quick reply (have to make dinner) Olmstedian Scajaquada: The Scajaquada that Was and Wasn’t It is about the artificial lakes too. Really strange article about parks in Buffalo in 1850. They built Walden Mall on top of Scajacuada Creek. I have to re-read your last comment another time with...
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    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    This photo: Does not really look like a previous canal for boats. It reminds me more of this: This map (1835) has a hydraulic canal that leads via Buffalo Creek to Erie Canal: In my opinion a bullsh*t story over here about that canal (for mills). I think they found an already operating...
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    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    This is a really.... creepy photo. Look at that mud (?) And why are the buildings abandoned? Were you aware that 1,5 mile further on Niagara st. the Nikola Tesla building is? (I guess so, but still ...) "The Terminal A building essentially allowed Tesla to win the “War of Currents” over...
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    Since I switched to "desktop view" on my phone I suddenly see other features on this blog, like...

    Since I switched to "desktop view" on my phone I suddenly see other features on this blog, like this post. Wish you strength in this.
  9. Jinxy

    Cities by Wolfsauge

    Ok let me clarify. A sacbe (Beh) is a mayan road that connects places of worship: Ethnographers working the lowlands have noted that it means "more than the road you see with your eyes." The term Beh refers to "the road of life" So I figured that if the mayans already gave more meaning to a...
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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    You just added even more confusion in my head. Look at this: Source And now this about Russian Bear (Bojar?) : "It is believed that the first works of a foreigner, in which there are records about a bear in Russia, were " Notes on Muscovite Affairs " by Baron Sigismund Herberstein...
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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    Every time when I start digging into Napoleon I end up with an unexplainable mess. The Russian Galley flag looks like the English and confederate flag. According to one book (can't find it anymore) the English army served Russia in it's oriental trade around the Caspian Sea... Uniforms all...
  12. Jinxy

    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    I am not really into the bible, but perhaps we are not supposed to know in what time we live? When the thousand years are over, Satan will be released from his prison and will go out to deceive the nations in the four corners of the earth—Gog and Magog—and to gather them for battle. Revelations
  13. Jinxy

    19th Century: Compressed Air Cars, Street Cars and Trains: gone and forgotten...

    Siemens provided is with this information: The 150-volt direct current flowed through the two rails to the small locomotive via an insulated flat iron bar mounted between the rails. Other page: Each car had a direct current motor with an output of 10 hp that obtained its traction current (180...
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    Cities by Wolfsauge

    Mayas Mayas Aarch sorry. Mayas also have this roads and I keep thinking about Holloways too. (My phone is acting strange, sorry) I start wondering if the previous people were able to look from above in earth, somehow. *on earth
  15. Jinxy

    1910: Floating Church Ship

    Thanks for this Our St Nicolas (Dutch santaclaus) arrives on a steam boat since 1850 I always thought there was a Russian connection being black Pete not a Surinam slave but a Ottoman or Turkish helper, but exept the St Nicolas being a saint in Russia I had no connection. The writer of the...
  16. Jinxy

    Antwerp: authorities rebury our true history?

    Amsterdam is another subject but it is indeed built on the walls of a fort but: Wikipedia does not fit the above narrative that heypoles were found in 13th century brick walls, when in 13th century an earthen wall was made. Yes, well, only they were not protestants but crypto jews. Just follow...
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    Antwerp: authorities rebury our true history?

    They have a folder with additional info, can be downloaded here. Screenshot: As you can see they even have photo's of the bridges and forts and it was all under water with canals. So why did they not know the walls and bridges were buried if they seem to have all kind of information up until...
  18. Jinxy

    1878 Panorama of abandoned San Francisco from California Street Hill

    I did find a very small clou about the fair I think it was already existing but not open to public, because on older maps the area is most of the time "a reservation" or "government site". I Don't think we will find it at the panorama photo because there are too many hills. But I am not sure...
  19. Jinxy

    Who nuked San Francisco in 1906?

    I wanted to give a short reply, but every time I get lost. When I think: it can not be more ridiculous than what I saw today, there is always a tomorrow. This was the short answer (see photo below. 3 years. And San Francisco is doubled in wealth. Who financed this? But then I thought, whait...
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