Leonids Meteor shower of 1833

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The Leonids are a prolific meteor shower associated with the comet Tempel–Tuttle, which are also known for their spectacular meteor storms that occur about every 33 years. The Leonids get their name from the location of their radiant in the constellation Leo: the meteors appear to radiate from...

Area 51 a.k.a. Totonteac: the Seventh City of Cibola?

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The United States Air Force facility commonly known as Area 51 is a highly classified remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range. According to the CIA, the correct names for the facility are Homey Airport and Groom Lake, though the name Area 51 was...

Will the real Pontius Pilate please stand up, and show us your toga?

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Once again, it appears that fake "antiquity" is being forced into the World History narrative. It looks like our Pontius Pilate (if he ever existed) was considered to be some sort of a medieval historical figure. This, in turn, pushes all the accompanying events into the time frame which...

Artificial Ancient Granite and Marble

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And having now fully described my said invention and the manner in which the same is to be performed, I declare that what I claim as new and of my invention is the mode or modes hereinbefore described of making an artificial granite-stone, marble, or concrete. And I declare that I do not confine...

Norwich Cathedral, England.

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For myself growing up, I could appreciate the magnificence of the great Pyramids. Sadly though, they weren't anything more than curiosity. What I was missing was context. The great deception these enemies of humanity contrive is to strip stuff of its context. Finding an old tea pot in your grand...

Ancient American Roots by Jon Levi

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Strange as it may appear, America abounds in antiquities, so extensive, so beautiful, and so majestic, as to rival those of Thebes or Nineveh. Ruins of ancient cities, of immense extent; fortifications, mounds, and pyramids; temples, with walls built of hewn stone, showing a refined taste in...

Royal BC Museum: Stone Hammers, Mayan Balls and Metal Pipes

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No pipe touching was allowed, but it sure was no gold, or copper. It appeared to have some light rust about it, and appeared to have the same altar material inside of it. You judge for yourself, but it looked like a piece of an iron pipe. May be iron piping was required for ancient Mayan altars...

Victoria, BC or BS: real history buried in 20 feet of dirt

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If something happened in 1907-1910 and resulted in 20 feet of dirt burying the entire city, wouldn't history reflect that? It probably would, but then again, nothing is surprising any longer. Personally, I think whatever brought the dirt happened way before 1907. I'm thinking along the 1812 time...

Robocops, Automatons, and Mechanized War Chariots of the Ancient World

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They are immune to heat and cold, untouched by the elements, and can fly, mounting upward with a fluttering motion. They dwell apart from the chaotic world of man, subsist on air and dew, are not anxious like ordinary people, and have the smooth skin and innocent faces of children. The...

The Wrath of the Gods: GeoWeapons vs Mud Flood

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It's been mentioned in various posts here and there, but I do not think we have a dedicated thread for this "liquefied dirt" phenomena yet. We are yet to approach any sort of understanding of our Mud Flood related issues where buildings ended up buried in the dirt. What if some advanced weapon...

Manoa El Dorado, Lake Parime, the Lost City of Gold and the Headless People

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Lake Parime is a legendary lake located in South America. It was reputedly the location of the fabled city of El Dorado, also known as Manoa, much sought-after by European explorers. Repeated attempts to find the lake failed to confirm its existence, and it was dismissed as a myth along with the...

Erie County Savings Bank - Chronicling Destruction

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This post is a bit different than my usual breakdown of late 19th century architecture, as this will primarily be in regards to when the building in question was demolished rather than built. Not only were these types of buildings stunning to see, and impressive by any standards - they were also...

What is the real history of Modern Sports?

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Thinking lately about sport, and how it appears that all modern sports (ball sports in particular) appear to have popped up right at the time of our considered reset (early mid-1900s.) I do not have any specific proof, this is just my wondering mind. We have discussed at length here how we...

Hypothesis: Mutiny in the Sky or the Short History of the World

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Essentially we had this "SkyLab" which created our Earth, its environment, humans and creatures. The "SkyLab" was naturally situated outside of the Earth Enclosure (dome if you will) but the lab staff was able to visit and inspect/work as was needed. This "SkyLab" had a strict hierarchy, where...

Human Fossilization: thousands of years they say

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I am not sure what the exact fossilization time frame is. Correct me if I'm wrong, but something fossilized is normally being associated (by the general public) with a very distant past. Normally we hear this "fossil" word referencing dinosaurs, which automatically makes those creatures (if they...

Interesting Timeline given by Diogenes Laertius...

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Herodotus asserts that Zalmoxis was originally a human being, a slave who converted the Thracians to his beliefs. The Greeks of the Hellespont and the Black Sea tell that Zalmoxis was a slave of Pythagoras, son of Mnesarchos, on the island of Samos. After being liberated, he gathered huge wealth...

547 feet: 1871 Philadelphia City Hall

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City Hall is a masonry building whose weight is borne by granite and brick walls up to 22 ft (6.7 m) thick. The principal exterior materials are limestone, granite, and marble. The final construction cost was $24 million. At 548 ft (167 m), including the statue of city founder William Penn atop...

Drexel Building, The Corner, 23 Wall Street, NY

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Yesterday I was re familiarizing myself with some photographic work, and I was reading the book 'The photograph' by Graeme Clark. I was reminded of this image by Paul Strand, 23 Wall Street, 1915. My 1st thought was, how big are those windows? (Thinking giants) my next thought was wow, what an...

1861-74 California State Capitol: construction or not?

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The California State Capitol is located in Sacramento. The Neoclassical structure was completed between 1861 and 1874 at the west end of Capitol Park, which is framed by L Street to the north, N Street to the south, 10th Street to the west, and 15th Street to the east. I had no plans on touching...

1827 London Colosseum: demolished

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The London Colosseum was a building to the east of Regent's Park, London. It was built in 1827 to exhibit Thomas Hornor's "Panoramic view of London", the largest painting ever created. The design of the Colosseum was inspired by the Pantheon in Rome. The Colosseum was built on the east side of...

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