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  1. KorbenDallas

    The Lost History of the Flat Earth

    Decided to share this video. If you can get over the voice, you just might find one of the most fascinatingly compiled storylines pertaining to the history of our realm. The video is over 6 hours long, but these 6 hours will feel like Christmas for some. 00:00:00 - Part 1: Questioning...
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    1495: Mechanical breastpiece of Emperor Maximilian I for the Bundrennen contest.

    Mechanical breastpiece of Emperor Maximilian I for the Bundrennen contest. It is designed to throw off a breast-mounted shield if hit with the lance. c.1495 Sources & Info: Mechanical breastpiece of Emperor Maximilian I Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia KD: Thoughts? Normal for...
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    Magic Mirrors: Ancient Television & Computers?

    Magic Mirrors There are quite a few fairy tale type accounts of the devices, which, with proper parallels drawn, could be understood today as Television Sets and Computers. I think this is pretty close to what we are witnessing in the texts. Please examine the below 1829 account of the events...
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    1854-59 ship: SS Great Eastern a.k.a. Leviathan

    FYI: the rise of publishing by the eighteenth century led to the use of newspapers and cheap editions of popular books for cleansing. Lord Chesterfield, in a letter to his son in 1747, told of a man who purchased a common edition of Horace, of which he tore off gradually a couple of pages...
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