mud flood

  1. Kamianets-Podilskyi in 1729

    Kamianets-Podilskyi in 1729

    A 1729 French map depicting the city's old town neighbourhood and castle, surrounded by the winding Smotrych River.
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    Mud Flood 101: A Primer on Mud Flood Theory

    Is mainstream history a lie? What if our history has been whitewashed to destroy the history of our past? Mud Flood 101 is a primer on the Mud Flood Theory which provides commentary and evidence for seekers of the true knowledge of our occulted past. From Atlantis to the Megaliths, this book...
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    Mud Flooded building in Arkhangelsk, Russia?

    Those things visiting my e-mail... I wish I had time to cover everything. Google Translated Link Arkhangelsk I wish I could find this building on Google Maps, but it's kind of hard, for I do not know what I'd be looking for. The article is a bit confusing as far as the address of this building...
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    Catacombs of Paris, Mud Flood Victims and Unidentified Dead. Reset?

    INFO There are currently seven billion people alive today and the Population Reference Bureau estimates that about 107 billion people have ever lived. This means that we are nowhere close to having more alive than dead. In fact, there are 15 dead people for every person living. This is one of...
  5. 2018 Indonesia Earthquake

    2018 Indonesia Earthquake

    The tremor had triggered soil liquefaction, which shifted entire neighborhoods.
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    Turkey: 13th Century Chapel, Mud Flood and Renamed Cities

    If these musical chairs with various city names in Turkey are of any indication, we will never be able figure out what was where, and when. At first, I came across a 13th century buried chapel, which was recently excavated in Turkey. While trying to establish what older city its location could...
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    Pre-1870: Mud Flood in Kansas City

    These images were e-mailed to me via links to this interesting website, and this one. It has some mud flood related photographs pertaining to Kansas City, accompanied by a BS narrative. They sure did remove a lot of dirt around 1870s. Correct me if I'm wrong, but it appears to be more than 20...
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    Mudflood: As Above, So Below...

    I don't think it's possible to get to the factual proof of what "as above, so below" really means. There are many interpretations, and some even say that the concept was first laid out in the Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus: That which is Below corresponds to that which is Above, and that...
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    Mudflood: the Story of Two Tombs

    This is one of those cases where the traditional history narrative makes no sense. We have two tombs to look at: 1. Tomb of the family of Statilius Taurus Titus Statilius Taurus (I-IV): all 4 of them existed around 50 BC - 15 AD KD SH Article Image source 2. Tomb of Cyrus the Great Cyrus the...
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    1875: Buried Tomb of the family of Statilius Taurus

    Tomb of the family of Statilius Taurus As excavated in 1875, at the expense of the Company of the Italian Fund. The tomb, full of columbaria, is here seen from above. It is situated near the Porta Maggiore, in the same large vineyard in wich stands the fine building of the third century, called...
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    Mud Flood in Chattanooga, TN and Leavenworth, KS. Underground Cities and Tours.

    We clearly have multiple theories which provide possible explanations of why lower floors of the 19th, and early 20th century buildings ended up buried under up to 20 feet of mud. Whether it was a single catastrophic event, or a combination of several different ones remains to be seen. In...
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    Mud Flood: dating method heresy

    KD: What do you think about the layer dating method? In my opinion, in most cases, that was a brilliant way to hide a super-fast accumulation of dirt (any type).
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    Excavation of Rome: archaeologists are silent

    A few minutes of image searching produced many interesting images pertaining to the excavation of Rome. Where did the dirt come from? This is one of those questions, our contemporary archaeologists will never answer truthfully. As a matter of fact they appear to be avoiding the issue altogether...
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    Mud Flood in Sardis: archaeologists are silent

    Hey, mainstream Pseudo-Archaeologists! While you are hunting for arrowheads, chinese pants, egyptian socks, leather shoes, and other non-sense... why don't you tell us where all this dirt came from. In this case we have the city of Sardis in today's Turkey. Where do you place this Sardis City on...
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    Mud from the Sky, and Water from Nowhere

    First of all, I wanted to point out that our "mudflood" has become a term, rather than the actual mechanism of dirt delivery. We have huge amounts of dirt accumulated around many buildings situated within multiple cities of this world. Various elevations question the flood mechanism. At the same...
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    Victoria, BC or BS: real history buried in 20 feet of dirt

    This little article is a living testament that once you have seen it once, you are simply unable to unsee it. I just got back from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Went there with my wife to simply spend some time away from home, and to enjoy Canada Day in Canada. It took us about 30 seconds...
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    Mud Flood evidence in the City of Port Townsend, WA

    Recalling that Elmer H. Fisher found enough time in 1889 to distinguish himself in Port Townsend as well, I decided to go for a nice, 100 mile drive to visit this wonderful city. Western Washington State was kind enough to grant some mighty fine sunny weather. Port Townsend is a pretty small...
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    The Wrath of Gods: GeoWeapons vs natural Mud Flood

    Liquefied Dirt We are yet to approach any sort of understanding of our Mud Flood related issues where buildings ended up buried in the dirt. Here is one additional hypothesis on this issue. The purpose of this article is to make us think what else, besides water, could be the reason for our...
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    Antwerp: authorities rebury our true history?

    Our official archaeologists experience an orgasmic ecstasy when they find a stone arrowhead, an axe or discover an ancient fireplace. And there go the headlines: World's Oldest Bread Found In Ancient Fireplace After 14,400 Years. Earliest Bone Arrowhead, 61,700 Years Old, Found in South Africa...
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    Mud Flood, Dirt Rain, and the story of the Buried Buildings

    The MUD FLOOD Apparently, there is this theory in Russia, that Peter the Great was not the founder of Saint Petersburg. He did not build it, he dug it out. Yes, you heard it right. Supposedly, a whole lot of dirt was removed, and from beneath emerged the city. This is clearly not an official...