1. KorbenDallas

    Victory Columns were Airship Mooring Masts?

    I've been toying with this hypothesis for a while now. I think the primary purpose of some of the Victory Columns was to dock airships. Hopefully, I have enough circumstantial evidence to pick your interest. So, what are the so-called Victory Columns per the PTB narrative? A victory column, or...
  2. KorbenDallas

    Ancient Greek Juan de Fuca - who was he?

    To fully understand the below content, the following articles should be taken into consideration: Bizarre transformation of the North American Continent: 16th through 19th centuries 1770s: Seattle, Tsunami, Earthquakes, Lake Washington and Underwater Forests The PTB History Fabrication Tools...
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    Fake history of Alexander Column in Saint Petersburg

    What we have is one more historical inconsistency. Apparently, one of the most prominent architectural features defining the face of the Russian city of Saint Petersburg was not built when historians say it was. Additionally, may be it was not built by the reported individuals altogether. As a...