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Our civilization did not build Titanic, Olympic or Britannic. Theirs did. Was it the Tartarian one?

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Once again, tackling a well known topic, I risk to sound ridiculous but hold your judgement till you have some material objections to make. Jumping ahead I will say, that the issue of "we did not build this ship" extends way beyond these three ships. In reality, this is one of those instances...

Who was St. George the dragon slayer?

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Everybody has heard of St. George but no one really knows who he was. Here is what we do know. The legend of Saint George and the Dragon describes the saint taming and slaying a dragon that demanded human sacrifices; the saint thereby rescues the princess chosen as the next offering. As a highly...

Alacanti (Tibi) Dam built in Spain between 1579 and 1594

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Here we have another impossible, in my opinion, 16th century achievement. This time it is one of the oldest known dams. The Tibi Dam was built in Spain between 1579 and 1594. Before I go into the description of the dam itself, I wanted to emphasize that we are being fed this non-sense about the...

Could Challenger crew survive the explosion of their shuttle in 1986?

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I know this story has been around for a while, but wanted to see what this forum thinks about the possibility of a false flag here. We all know that on January 28, 1986 NASA Space Shuttle Challenger broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, leading to the deaths of its seven crew members. I still...

Seattle regrading or unearthing? Which one was it?

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I have been looking at these pictures for a while now. They definitely add to the strangeness of the time frame when the majority of the bizarre events took place. So what am I talking about? Some call it The Great Seattle Regrade, some call it the Denny Regrade. Here is what Wikipedia has to...

Europe's Greek Architecture Revival: An architecture crash course.

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There is some debate among revisionist historians as to when many of the great classical buildings of Europe were built. The official timeline is rather straight forward. A large portion of classical buildings were built by say the Romans, Greeks or Byzantines (Romans with a different name.). We...

Sedona, Utah: circular saw or a weird natural occurrence?

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There are a lot of bizarre rock formations in the Sedona area of Utah. A few days ago I took a couple of pictures of this strange cut on the side of this huge rock. What, in your opinion, could be the cause of this circular cut out looking thingy...

The Tricolour: This flag is not your friend.

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Why is it that so many nation flags share the red, white and blue colour scheme? Whether its modern cold war enemies like Russian and the United States or the classic rivals France and the United Kingdom we find these reoccurring colours. It doesn't just stop with these major players. The red...

"If I were Lord of Tartary." A poem by Walter De La Mare, is there a Shriner connection?

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As the regular reader of this site will already know, many of the articles published on StolenHistory.ORG focus on the curious pre-existence of a now momentarily forgotten country known as Tartary. For those whom are new here and/or may not know, some time in the recent past, perhaps as recently...

Piranesi reveals ancient burial grounds

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I do not have time to dig into this topic as deep as I would like to. Leaving for a little two week road trip through Utah and Arizona canyons and such. Wanted to share (real quick) the most recent thing I discovered on the Piranesi engravings. This time we are talking about the way those...

Hubble Telescope and the Olbers' paradox: where is the space dust?

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What do you do when there is something contradicting your theory to the point of invalidating it? I don't know about you, but our science declares it a "PARADOX". A very simple solution to a very complicated problem. Now, everything in this story is official, and that makes it just that more...

Mount Meru. Is there a magnetic mountain at the North pole?

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The north pole as we know it today is a barren place, wind swept ice fields and the occasional polar bear. The concept of "North" has been an integral part of man's expansion and journeys through out history. Navigation is made much more possible when one can reference a fixed point. With the...

Corsini family collection

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I recently traveled to the city of Perth in Western Australia. The Art Gallery WA is currently hosting the Corsini collection, a selection of renaissance paintings belonging to the Corsini family of Florence Italy. This is the first time this collection has been seen outside of Italy and as a...

1816: Lord Byron's "Darkness" reveals what: war, catastrophe or nothing?

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As you might have heard, the year of 1816 is known for being one of the coldest in our recent history. It is known under different names such as the Year Without a Summer, the Poverty Year, and Eighteen Hundred and Froze To Death. Severe climate abnormalities caused average global temperatures...

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