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  1. Llend

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

    disclaimer: all the below is based on the contemporary interpretation of Roman history, which may not be be accurate as this site has suggested. The ideas however are likely similar to what might have happened. Roman forces could constitute pretty much any nation. The process was conquer a...
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    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    Part of the journey is that maddening crawl through the darkness. Your thoughts are transitory and you will find clarity if you continue onward through the night. Take solace in knowing your experiencing one part of the path—that all who seek must likewise stumble through. Eden waits...
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    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    Prophecy of future is often Dogma or Divine inspiration. But in either case the ‘future narrative’ is not what you think it is... Dogma that often pulls at humans most base instinct: fear. The uncertainty of future mixed with narrative distortions that intend to cast some predictive program...
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    Napoleonic Wars and Year 1812: when did they happen?

    Double headed Eagle. This image has been cargo culted more than most. It’s origins is ancient, and its association with rulers is just about the only thing that remains in the memory of most who claim aspects of this image as their own. The old ‘Akkadian’ statues of the four winged kings or...
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    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    Fixation on the end is a very powerful influential device. In his book, the Perennial Philosophy, Huxley distinguishes between religious movements that take advantage of a ‘future salvation event’ (so that the ends justify the means) and the timeless religious movements that are typically more...
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    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    I want to help diagnose and explain the cause of the excessive fear I’m seeing interconnected with these topics of missing history. My aim is to bring some ease of mind hopefully. After watching the most recent movie shnet posted on their forms ( second movie ), I can help but feel a large...
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    Napoléon, aka Nicholas, Brutus and Ali Bonaparte: what do we know?

    Notice the fasces symbol just visible on the flag in the upper right image of your post... The axe is of dual purpose, destruction and creation. The depiction of a single bladed or sided axe reinforces the thought that one force can be used for both purposes. Fasces My personal hunch is the...
  8. Llend

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

    This is channeled information. Ie. A human today undergoes some process wherein they essentially become the voice box of another conscious intelligence. The precaution I always take when dealing with this material is the uncertainty of the sources’ intentions: - are they tricking people with...
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    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    so 1902 would roughy correspond do my era 6. Typically the typical narrative starts the era of industry around late 18th century. However my model suggests that there was much more to it, and what we see is only the later end, where all the more advanced technology had already been mostly...
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    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    I see, my aim wasn’t for accuracy but a creating a model to start differentiating certain stories and peoples into the right age/time period. I’ll take your comments for example and contextualize them for my system. The shifty characters of which you speak, I would classify them as...
  11. Llend

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

    On the subject of Chronology I think it might be helpful to try and create and understand different qualitative general models that can be used along side attempts to understand the quantitive values of chronologies. A qualitative general model (ie narrative) may appear like this: In the early...
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