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  1. Silveryou

    Hope everything good(y)

    Hope everything good(y)
  2. Silveryou

    Magic Mirrors: Ancient Television & Computers?

    This reminds me of Tolkien's Palantiri (Palantír). Being him an expert in myths and lore, I find it possible that he saw some kind of hidden connection.
  3. Silveryou

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

    Pretty much the same way in which they get a D. But considering that they wrote C, D, M and CH with medieval letters (don't know how they are called) like in the image below, not in capital letters. EDIT: it was a C I Ↄ
  4. Silveryou

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

    The idea is that C is obviously the C in Christ, while IↃ is the H in Christ. This works with medieval Latin, which from a recentist point of view could have preceded the usual way to write one thousand with an M.
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    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    @KorbenDallas it has dawned on me right now the possibility that while i/j could mean Iesus/Jesus, m (like in MCCLX..., denoting one thousand as well) could mean Christ. Why? Look at how m was written in Latin (Roman numerals): And now take a look at an example of ch:
  6. Silveryou

    1300s: Velociraptor killed by Dieudonné de Gozon

    Some time ago I found this image hidden in a famous 'Renaissance' painting by Andrea Mantegna allegedly from 1484-1492. It is the Picture Bearers (first canvas) from the Triumphs of Caesar. Dragon or siege engine?
  7. Silveryou

    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    Wal-Allah is something that once it goes into your mind, it does not go away anymore.
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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    This is right at the core of the concept of race. The real concept created in ancient times had its own definition only in blood ties, family. It was not related to places and even less to nations, especially to the modern concept of nation, which is also tied to the territory (Italian peninsula...
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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    So if race is not explanatory saying, for example, that the American Denzel Washington (Denzel Washington - Wikipedia) probably descends from some African race and the American Justin Bieber (Justin Bieber - Wikipedia) from some kind of European race is just useless. This doesn't make sense to...
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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    Thank you for the reading advice. By the way, I think that if Tatars and Tartars are the same, then they are in the same sort of condition of the so-called Mediterraneans. Typical populations living in "the middle" with their peculiar racial features but whose origin is difficult to grasp. Are...
  11. Silveryou

    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    It seems you are obsessed with male genitalia, especially those from specific places. You occupy a great amount of space with your silly posts. By the way @KorbenDallas sorry, I am not going further in replying to this dude. Returning to the subject, here below a photo of Lenin. I have a...
  12. Silveryou

    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    The skills of the illustrator seem to go beyond hair styles and mustaches. imo means in my opinion. I don't want to go searching for a Lenin photograph and in any case the image has Tatars written on it, not Tartars. As for the genitalia, it seems to me they don't belong to human faces, but I...
  13. Silveryou

    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    I found these sketches on the internet from the '60s URSS (around the same time of the CIA report?) which show the appearance of various ethnicities (or races, as they were called from ancient times before the politically correct became a thing). Here the Tatars (not Tartars) have a Lenin...
  14. Silveryou

    Columbus "discovered" America in 1592?

    Urbano is an obsolete Italian name meaning something like "of the city" while Monte is not impossible as a surname and means "mountain", as you said. It is an overall plausible name for those times (whenever he lived).
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    Columbus "discovered" America in 1592?

    The dating of 1592 AD converges well with the actual beginning of the colonization of North America about 40 years after. I always thought it was kind of akward that North and Central/South America were explored after more than a century. But we have aproblem with this map supposedly from 1587...
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    Chronology: how old is America?

    There is a tricky thing to add to this aspect. Dionysius Exiguus, founder of the Anno Domini chronology, discovered to be 525 years away from Christ's birth (which is nowadays thought to be in error of some years). That said all the eventual dates reported with an i or j should have followed at...
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    Chronology: how old is America?

    I agree. The Vikings, aka Normans, aka Romans
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    Chronology: how old is America?

    His identification of the Habsburgs with the Muscovite tzars is very weak though. He used his year- counting method and the graph he obtained is not convincing to me. On the other hand the correspondence of Norman history with the Roman one is quite spectacular. Both conquered Italy, both...
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