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  1. Banta

    Tartarian City of Norumbega was conquered to become Washington, DC

    ...in what seems to be a case of "throwing shade"), but I can't corroborate that. Wouldn't surprise me though as my understanding of what the Civil War actually was slowly transforms. Anyway, I thought it was also noteworthy that it seems that most of the historical accounts we have from this...
  2. Recognition

    Foundlings and Orphan Trains: video by CONSPIRACY-R-US

    This Circassian article has some interesting pics! One image looks like it has a cruiseship or an ark going under (presumably the black sea?) and the other has several fasces lying on the ground, in the middle ground. Def think you are on to something!
  3. Banta

    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    Darn it, you guys, I wasn't gonna post this here in this thread, but it's relevant to your comments. Basically, I'm inclined to agree with Jinxy's premise about the area being an operating power station... I'm not willing to concede (yet) that it was all functional or anything. Maybe all was...
  4. G

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

    ...the Janissaries. The Janissaries are the Ottoman nobles, the highest stratum of Ottoman society. And in Turkey, most likely, a split and a civil war. Russia demands the divided Turkey in order to somehow save the pro-Tartarian Ottomans. But Russia has not been allowed to do this. Most likely...
  5. Banta

    Is General Robert E. Lee dead in this 1865 photo?

    ...few corpses stuck in there (beyond the admitted ones, literally ghoulish, by the way). There's just something "not-human" about some of the Civil War era "people" in photos that bugged me for awhile and being made out of wax is highly plausible, especially if you've been to a wax museum in...
  6. Sonofabor

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

    ...does one race start and another end? In fact, race is the equivalent of carbon-14 dating: one can make it say whatever one wants. Furthermore, consider the term historically. In light of the Civil War research, it appears this term proliferated precisely at the moment the old world was taken...
  7. Sonofabor

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

    ...these transitions). If the thesis that Tartaria expanded to the the American continents is valid (and I tend to think it is, based on the Civil War and Fou Sang and Alaskan Greek Churches, etc...), the "look" of a typical Tartar can't be pinned down. Also, see the work of Michelle Gibson to...
  8. Jinxy

    Comment by 'Jinxy' in media '"Communards" pose with the statue of Napoléon I from the toppled Vendôme column'

    ...photo's I have ever seen from an event. I mean naked corpses in coffins? Shooting in each others neck? The main photographer of this whole civil war is supposed to be Bruno Braquehais. And the shooting in neck photo is from Ernst Appert who is known to have produced fake photo's. Fake...
  9. Ruins at Broad Street

    Ruins at Broad Street

    This photograph of Broad Street, in Charleston, South Carolina, taken in 1865, shows the devastation of the South following the Civil War.
  10. Atlanta Roundhouse following extensive Civil War damage

    Atlanta Roundhouse following extensive Civil War damage

    Roundhouse following extensive Civil War damage - Atlanta, 1866
  11. Peachtree Street with Wagon Traffic

    Peachtree Street with Wagon Traffic

    Peachtree Street with Wagon Traffic - Atlanta, GA, 1864
  12. The Shell-Damaged Potter House

    The Shell-Damaged Potter House

    The Shell-Damaged Potter House - Atlanta GA, 1864
  13. Sherman's Troops in City Hall Camp of 2nd Massachusetts Infantry

    Sherman's Troops in City Hall Camp of 2nd Massachusetts Infantry

    Sherman's Troops in City Hall Camp of 2nd Massachusetts Infantry - Atlanta GA, 1864
  14. wawdahflows

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

    ...in brain which can be passed down through epigenetics. This exposure to low level MM-EMFR started in 1840s. The powers at hand also used “civil war” and “world wars” along with cultural “Jim crow” laws and false promises to push the melaninated inhabitants of the Americas, specifically North...
  15. Ruins of the Pinckney Mansion

    Ruins of the Pinckney Mansion

    Ruins of the Pinckney Mansion - Charleston, SC, 1865
  16. Ruins of the Railroad Depot

    Ruins of the Railroad Depot

    Ruins of the Railroad Depot - Charleston, SC, 1865
  17. Ruins of Cathedral of St. John and St. Finbar and Secession Hall

    Ruins of Cathedral of St. John and St. Finbar and Secession Hall

    Ruins of Cathedral of St. John and St. Finbar and Secession Hall - Charleston, SC, 1865
  18. The ruins of Mills House and nearby buildings

    The ruins of Mills House and nearby buildings

    The ruins of Mills House and nearby buildings. A shell-damaged carriage and the remains of a brick chimney are in the foreground - Charleston, SC, 1865
  19. St. Michael's Church

    St. Michael's Church

    St. Michael's Church - Charleston, SC, 1865
  20. The Post Office - Old Exchange and Custom House, 122 East Bay

    The Post Office - Old Exchange and Custom House, 122 East Bay

    The Post Office (Old Exchange and Custom House, 122 East Bay) - Charleston, SC, 1865
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