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  1. Wolfsauge

    What event turned Scythia into Tartary?

    Yes, not too much. The paragraphs on Scythia may provide a number of possible answers in the following source. A. Fomenko, G.V. Nosovskiy. History: Fiction or Science? Vol. 5 (of the english version). Part 6. Ancient Russia, world history and geography in mediaeval Scandinavian geographical...
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    Airship over destroyed 1906 San Francisco

    Another "campanile" is the Sather Tower in San Francisco. I pulled the photo from its english Wikipedia article. I'm not sure if it's okay to post this image due to copyrights, yada yada. I attached the "preview" image, which I downloaded from Alamy. Alamy: Aerostat. Engraving in "The...
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    Battlefield America

    Dear admin, please help me to sort/move this reply to a proper place, if it seems relevant. Thanks! It does not fit under this post, because it has not happened in the USA, it happened many years later than the last great fire mentioned in the original post and it happened during a war. I am...
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    Hello, new here, identifying less comprehensible historiography is extraordinarily difficult and...

    Hello, new here, identifying less comprehensible historiography is extraordinarily difficult and limited by Brandolini's law. Therefore, it is all the more admirable to dedicate oneself to this task. Thanks to the contributors and the admins. I know how much work it is to present content in an...
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    Antwerp: authorities rebury our true history?

    Please compare the looks of the Antwerp catacombs to the Williamson Tunnels in Liverpool. The following 2 images are found on Mysterious tunnels under Liverpool Additional text (and redundant image) found here: RoHT Research on histories and technology: Liverpool dungeons Not sure about...
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    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    I would like to complement this with fragments of a dialogue from the movie The Counselor, made by Ridley Scott and Cormack McCarthy in 2012. Jefe, a key character in the movie is saying that it is one world where the dead are buried in the desert and it's another world in which the dead are...
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    Cities by Wolfsauge

    Alright, I understand better now. Also, thanks for the material, I still need to go through it. Never heard of Sacbe before. Btw. there are also geoglyphs in North America, Australia, Asia and Africa. As far as they can still be seen on Google Maps, some of the Australian ones look pretty...
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    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    I suggest that this feeling of being small and insignificant should also be examined in the perpetrator who commits the falsification of historical records and the destruction of original sources. These feelings can be overpowering even to those without any mental conditions. In psychology, a...
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    Cities by Wolfsauge

    At first, Humpert thought these ancient roman roads would have been determining the shape of the Freiburg city layout, but he found repeating patterns in the layout, which suggest something else instead. This post is about the something else. Which is the layout of more than fifteen different...
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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    The following image shows a Moscow boyar being greeted by Sigismund von Herberstein (1486-1566). It is an illustration of the book Notes on Muscovite Affairs by Herberstein, 1549. If you search further with this information (reverse image search, the name of the author, etc), you will find...
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    Antwerp: authorities rebury our true history?

    I walked the Nieuwezijds Kolk many times. The locals told me below the road and houses is nothing but poles and peat and that the oldest houses still standing were the last two wooden houses somewhere in the city. When looking at this 1612 map of Amsterdam (from your source) I see a starfort...
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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    How much do the maps which indicate the Tartarian territories correlate with the location of the Zavolzhsky historical shaft? The Zavolzhsky historical shaft is a 2500 km long "wall of Russia". Zavolzhsky historical shaft (rus. Заволжский исторический вал): Заволжский исторический вал Star...
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    Cities by Wolfsauge

    KD: This was posted by @Wolfsauge as a comment. Figured it was interesting enough to be a stand alone article. I have something and I don't really know where to put it in this blog. Maybe you can give me a hint or move it to a better place. The scope is so massive, because it exceeds simple...
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    18th Century: Atmospheric Phenomena or Unknown Weapons?

    The events in 1757 could be a pyroclastic flow caused by volcanic activity. Further researching possible historic records on and possible sources of this particular flow lead me to the island "Volcano", which is part of the Aeolian Islands, Italy. Table 4 summarizes historic records including...
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    Antwerp: authorities rebury our true history?

    When further researching this, I found a news posting on the mobile website The Spanish ramparts. It says, this website was created in 2014 (Link), three years before the "excavation" in 2017. From what I understand when reading the text on this website, what we are supposed to see being...
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    1878 Panorama of abandoned San Francisco from California Street Hill

    I don't know. There are plenty of ladder and roof photos from the early 20th century, region of the Vyborgsky District, Leningrad Oblast, Russia, around the old town of Vyborg. Vyborg is located [..] Source: Wikipedia on Vyborg One example photo, please also note the obelisk. Source...
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    Airship over destroyed 1906 San Francisco

    This airship depiction reminds me of the "Inconvenience". The "Inconvenience" is the airship operated by five main characters, called "Chums of Chance", of the 2006 Thomas Pynchon novel "Against the Day". This airship is so central to this book and the rest of the work of Pynchon it is...
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