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Developer wanted

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We all know that search is broken/filtered/biased on google and it's nearly impossible to find any good results. I have a good idea how to fix it and we have the resources to host it. We currently are on the lookout for a technically competent developer to work on this sh project. Much of the...
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"On The Occult Meaning Of The Term COVID" by Bogdan Herzog

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Reposting this article, because it's excellent and highly relevant. It fits into the topic of Covid and Demonic Possession. American authors Michael Hoffman and his mentor James Shelby Downard were the first to speak about “The Alchemical Processing of Humanity through Public Psychodrama”...
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The Titanic was switched with the Olympic−but not in the way you think

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Let's review. The Titanic began its maiden voyage on April 10, 1912, sailing from Southampton for New York. Meanwhile, the Olympic, according to the narrative, was traveling the opposite direction, having left New York on April 13. That's the official story. Part of the official story...
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The Church Inquisition did not persecute people, but counterfeit coins

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(Based on this Russian article, with some minor changes, first found here. Also available in our german forum) The Catholic Church readily supports stories about the horrors of the Inquisition and even publicly repents to hide its main secret from the people - the pursuit of money. What kind...
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Deluge Floods in Western Europe

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Parts of Western Germany, Luxemburg, Belgium and Netherlands are devastated by flooding after heavy rainfalls. Casualties are over 100 people, many more are missing, and rescue forces are drawn from all over the nation. I heard from a collegue that firefighters from Thuringia are sent to...
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Possible stone ruins from the last ice age in New England.

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Since last year I have been exploring the stoneworks on the mountains and hillsides of the Connecticut River Valley. After a few months of exploring I realized there was no stonework around the river itself. Looking into why there was none around the River I learned about Glacial Lake Hitchcock...
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Stolen History Part 2 - The Destruction of the Old World

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Hello everyone - we are proud to present our first 'real' video documentary of our "Stolen History" series (part 1 was mostly an introduction). Many thanks to @David Glenney and @Sovereine for narrating. This documentary has already been published in the german language a couple weeks ago, and...
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Deconstructing the History of Heliocentrism and Modern Physics

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This thread is exclusvely for deconstructing the mainstream model of astrophysics, including quantum physics, which is the foundation for the heliocentric model. There seems to be a lot of data indicating that humans always believed in the stationary earth, and only during the last hundreds...
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Aharonsohn House, Israel: A story of Espionage and Hidden Structures

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In this thread I'd like to present the story of the Aharonsohn House, named after the Aharonsohn family, which can be found in Zikhron Ya'akov, Israel. The house is claimed to have been built in the 1880's, when the family immigrated to Palestine. A formidable and well-made structure for the...
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The Old Believers in Russia and the Time of Troubles

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From out of the Communist, industrialized urban centers, a confederate army of psychopaths, prisoners, atheists, and ready henchmen, marched into the Russian North in the Spring of 1923, to begin the greatest ethno-religious genocide in human history... Vertigo Politix Channel...
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Fernando Cortés, AKA Moses

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1) the stories related in the first five books of the Old Testament (the Pentateuch) were written in the early 16th century and relate events centered on the explusion of Jews from Spain and the Conquest of Mexico. 2) the Biblical Moses is primarily based on the figure of conquistador Fernando...
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Eagle versus Serpent - What does It Mean?

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Sinbad the sailor, predecessor of Odysseus, Marco Polo and all explorers -historic or mythical- finds a great bird that eats snakes on one of his trips, it is one of the most important passages because they lead the hero to a treasure. The alchemists also expose philosophical questions with...
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The Third Reich - Part 3

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Every human residing on this earth, is somehow affected by the aftermath of the great conflict known as the Second World War, and as all mankind born after 1945 learned, the good forces of our earth prevailed to destroy the ultimate evil of fascism, and the world would usher in an era of piece...
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SH Archive Great Wall of China: could it be a road?

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Just like about anything else in China, the Wall is not really inspectable via Google Earth, or any other available web mapping services. Examining the available images quickly shows that we are being shown the renovated portion of the wall. I doubt the tourist attraction can provide us with any...
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SH Archive The great Tartar wall in China

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Just wanted to share these few images and see what you think about this Chinese Tartar wall. I have never heard of it. Have you? LOL. They call it: Beijing city fortifications. The Inner city wall was 24 kilometres (15 mi) long and 15 metres (49 ft) high, with a thickness of 20 metres (66 ft) at...
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SH Archive The Great Wall of China: what is it made of?

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My guess for an official explanation of this hiccup: it was a contemporary reproduction of some portion of the wall which did not survive the perils of time. Just kidding there, temped earth is the answer. Good thing it does not rain excessively on the Egyptian pyramids, don’t you think?
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The True History of the American Civil War (Central government vs. Confederation)

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After waging total war on the entire civilian population of the South from 1861-1865, murdering hundreds of thousands, the Yankees commenced a “holy war” against American history and especially Southern history, a major theme of Southern Scribblings. In war, the victors always write the history...
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Archaeologists Find Marble Head of Roman Emperor Augustus in Italian Town

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Led by archaeologist Francesca Giancola, the team of researchers found the head on Thursday and the discovery was announced by the Archaeological Superintendency of Molise. Il Giornale del Molise reports that the Augustus head “bodes well for other and more important, historical finds” for a...
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The Crescent Hotel, 1886: Eureka Springs, AR

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I've been to a lot of places in the US, and Eureka Springs is up there with the most memorable city I've ever visited (Savannah, GA is a close second). It is a sleepy town near the border of Missouri basically built right up alongside the Ozark Mountains. The entire city more or less is listed...
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Controlling the Narrative: Mainstream Reception of Stolen History Topics

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The more our community grows, the more some of the ideas and concepts will enter the public awareness and then the media's task is to control and twist the narrative, so at this point it's probably good to start tracking the developments in the media. I start with this article:
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