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...

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...

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:

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...

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.

Stolen History - Lifting the Veil of Deception (Part 1)

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This is part 1 of our planned docu series about stolen history. Constructive criticism is appreciated. The idea for the next parts is to translate the topics discussed in this forum into short videos of something like 30-45 minutes.

New Rules on Thread Derailing

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Users who derail or do not respect the netiquette will be temporarily or permanently banned from a given thread, depending on the moderator decision. Irrelevant parts in a given thread will be moved into the trusted members area, where they are invisible to the general public but visible to the...

Iodine Deficiency, Goitre, and the Biblical Flood

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The mainstream model of evolution requires a myth of origin for humanity, and it has provided several different theories on where we come from. With increasing complexity of their origin myths, it becomes more complicated to present this model in a coherent way.

The Lalibela Churches in Ethiopia aren't rock-cut, but products of a cataclysm

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The churches of Lalibela were not constructed — they were excavated. Each church was created by first carving out a wide trench on all four sides of the rock, then painstakingly chiseling out the interior. The largest church is 40 feet high, and the labor required to complete such a task with...

The Falsified Human: The Search For The Origin Of The German Soul

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I found an awesome german book (published 2003 by G. Ullrich) about the forgery of European and Germanic history, and in this thread I am going to translate chapter for chapter. The german title is "Der gefälschte Mensch: Zur Befreiung vom materialistischen Wahn oder die Suche nach dem Ursprung...

Ireland as an example of old-world governance

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What remains known about the Irish system implies that life in the pre-colonial times was glorious, and doing good things and working hard mattered, for people reaped the fruits of their own labor, and people knew how to resolve conflicts without resorting to a central authority. This implies a...

Cosmology and ancient myths

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A good starting point when thinking about cosmology is the nordic mythology of Midgard (middle earth), to understand our position in the cosmos, and remember what humans once knew. Heliocentrism is the antithesis to middle earth, and takes away the meaning of our life.

The Secret War Against Germania and its Historical Roots (part 5)

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The image of Germany as a dark, predatory, warlike nation did not take root until the twentieth century. Before that, however, Germany was seen as a place of peace and enlightenment. The highly respected Cambridge historian Herbert Butterfield commented in detail on Britain's high regard for...

The Secret War Against Germania and its Historical Roots (part 4)

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There is an esoteric reason why Churchill first bombed the former Hanseatic cities in the north (Hamburg, Bremen, Bremerhaven, Kiel, etc.). Virtually no Hanseatic city survived the 2nd World War. Centuries-old city centers, the hearts of German culture, were completely wiped out in the firestorm...

The Post-Reset War of 1800

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I suggest that there was a natural cataclysm around 300 years ago, followed by a time of civil renewal but also political intrigues and power struggles (1700-1800), which then epically and tragically culminated in a world war sometime around 1800 between two factions, one of which has been...

Indications for a 'heavier' electric field in the past

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Combine a highly charged atmosphere with stable temperatures, a more reddish sun (infrared and far-infrared) and a high carbon dioxide concentration and you basically get a 'paradise', that is: no harmful micro-organisms, high resistance against stress, no pain, no degenerative diseases.

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