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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...

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...

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...

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:

Cracks in history: Leaning Tower of Nevyansk

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It was many years later that I realized that many lies can be told in a small time, or in this case a small book. For it is easy to write a tale and leave out some details if they do not fit your narative. But if you start looking into the stories individually the cracks begin to show, the...

The Knights Templar and the Cañon del Rio Lobos

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The Cañon del Rio Lobos (Canyon of the River of Wolves) is a natural park located across the border between the Provinces of Burgos and Soria in Spain. That is, roughly halfway between Madrid and Spain’s northern coast. The canyon itself is over 20 kilometres in length and full of caves which...

Operation Dnepr-1 and Dnepr-2 as a possible elimination of the old-world survivors

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Some time ago, I promised to share with you some curious information about the old world survivors/representatives. I have finally found time to compile the info together and translate it. But you should be aware of the fact, that this info is not my original finding. Actually it is a...

The Mysterious Death of Friedrich Schiller

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When Schiller died on May 9, 1805 at about 6 pm at the age of only 46, many mysterious circumstances accompanied this death. In masonic circles it is said to be an open secret that the poet did not die a natural death, but was murdered. The Illuminati would have recognized with more and more...

The Lost Key: Part 2

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In the process of thinking about the questions that arose in the process of writing the first part, I realized that vessels, as well as iron cylinders and bells, will definitely not help me at this stage to understand the secret of the sought-for technology. No matter how complex or simple their...

Was the city of Venice created in the 17th Century?

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Alternative scenario: Here is evidence of the invented 1000-years that Fomenko speaks about, and when the city of Altinum sank somewhere between 1600 and 1700 (in the 17th Century, not the 7th), people were able to save parts of the city, now submerged underwater.

Turning books into ash - Ottoman Tartary (Part 1)

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In the following posts I want to explore the following thesis: The Ottoman Empire was part of Tartaria (at least in terms of alliance and technological exchange) and it’s people were the last ones to have a understanding / subconscious idea of what was once in the steppes of Asia. Therefore the...

Demonic Possession - The Covid Endgame?

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This is speculation based upon collisions of information gathered over the years that coalesce and form new patterns which in turn are made coherent by the current ‘scamdemic’. It is not a statement of fact and doesn’t claim access to ‘secret knowledge’. It’s another possibility to be considered...

SH Archive 1893: the destruction of the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago

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The World's Columbian Exposition was a world's fair held in Chicago in 1893 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus's arrival in the New World in 1492. Not to be confused with the "A Century of Progress International Exposition" 30 years later also known as the 1933 Chicago...

SH Archive 1904: the destruction of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in Saint Louis

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The Louisiana territory included land from fifteen present U.S. states and two Canadian provinces. The territory contained land that forms Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska; the portion of Minnesota west of the Mississippi River; a large portion of North Dakota; a large...

Cannibalism in humans, Great Apes, Prion diseases, and mRNA therapy

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I have been interested in the supposed prion connection with the covid "vaccinations" and have been reading about prion diseases. Then My kid remembered a nature program we watched that said chimpanzees apparently eat their own kind often and dont get prion diseases. However humans apparently do...

Iron, the Great Protector - its Removal from Society

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There seems to be a lot of either confusion or nonsense spoken about iron. You can read that Cast iron was invented by the Chinese in the 5th Century BC. That "Wrought iron" was originally a type of cast iron with a low carbon content, making the iron more malleable and flexible while still...

SH Archive 1915 San Francisco: Panama-Pacific International Exposition

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It's kind of weird that we have no dedicated thread to the 1915 San Francisco Expo. Anyways, here is what we have in a nutshell. The Panama-Pacific International Exposition was a world's fair held in San Francisco from February 20 to December 4, 1915. Its stated purpose was to celebrate the...

There were no ancient western civilizations, they are modern fakes and degrade China

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Recently a Chinese professor Huang Heqing claims that the Egyptian pyramids, the Parthenon, and other remnants of ancient civilizations in the West were falsified by Western scholars to fabricate ancient history and diminish the glory of China.
What makes this story even weirder is that Huang...

Famous Falsified Musicians: Ludwig Van Beethoven

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In the year of 1795 that he finished his studies he was at his most prolific. He composed 146 piano, violin, vocal, orchestral and symphonic pieces in this uneventful year of study, final exams, his first famous performances, intense courting and the subsequent denied marriage proposal to the...

The Decolonisation of History

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Due to the nature of this forum, there is a popular conception that all so-called mainstream history and the documentation it is based upon are forgeries. Therefore, to those who hold this view, the destruction of such documents (including maps) would be no loss whatsoever. However, I would...

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