Alternate History of the World

Eleanor Coade: 19th century owner of a Geo-polymer recipe.

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Eleanor Coade was a British businesswoman known for manufacturing Neoclassical statues, architectural decorations and garden ornaments made of Lithodipyra or Coade stone for over 50 years from 1769 until her death. She should not be confused or conflated with her mother, also named Eleanor.

Tartaria: The Hidden Truth by Marcia Ramalho

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I ran across this video on Tartaria on The Blue channel just today. No affiliation, it's the only video on the channel, been there about a month, and already over 11,000 views. For better or worse, this Tartaria/Tartary thing is blowing up! While I can't vouch for its accuracy, as I'm no expert...

America: origins of the word

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I find it hard to believe that just like that, humongous honors of having two continents named after him, were awarded to some semi-merchant individual. At the times, when other discoverers were paying respect to their Kings and Queens by naming tiny islands in their honor, this Americus...

Japanese and Korean Languages: Similarities

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My conclusion is that Japanese and Korean are recently separated branches of the same language. I think what little differences there are, probably happened during sakoku, and then there was a vocabulary update during and after WW2 to bridge most of the gaps that may have formed, but...

Vikings, Erik the Red and Eric VI the King of Sweden

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I don't know, may be this parallel has been drawn before. I did not search for whether it was or not. Somehow, I ended up reading about Vikings. Considering that our official history cannot be trusted, I was trying to figure out how the Norse seafarers were coexisting with other Scandinavian...

Pyramids with tombs of the Tartarian Kings?

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I am not quite sure what I spotted here, but there it is. No clue why the word "Sepulcres" is being used. It means "Tombs" when translated from the Catalan language. Essentially we end up with: Mount Alchai where the Tombs are of the Kings of Tartary. This is the North-East of contemporary...

Outer Space - what is it?

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I have my doubts that "Space" exists in its conventional form. From day one we are being fed the traditional narrative filled with planets, orbits, stars, galaxies, etc. What's there to doubt? Just look up. But... how do we know what those objects above us really are? For example, how do we know...

Post-cataclyscmic waste management misatributed to medieval times

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Medieval castles have a surprising lack of any kind of infrastructure we associate with basic human needs, especially hygine. No toilets, no running water, nothing. Indoor plumbing was only added later, according to historians, so even washing hands was impossible, which supposedly led to...

Was Jules Verne's Nautilus based on a real submarine?

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Here, M. Aronnax, are the several dimensions of the boat you are in. It is an elongated cylinder with conical ends. It is very like a cigar in shape, a shape already adopted in London in several constructions of the same sort. The length of this cylinder, from stem to stern, is exactly 232 feet...

Elongated skulls and their implications on the past

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If I can be frank, I think the alien/Nephilim connection as it's portrayed online is more or less complete disinfo. I think it is disinfo specifically designed to let websites like Snopes and Wiki call this a conspiracy theory and pseudoscience. Note how the takedown of this theory has little to...

Subterrene Vehicles Traveling Underground: Past and Present

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Subterrene is a vehicle that travels underground (through solid rock/soil) much as a submarine travels underwater, either by mechanical drilling, or by melting its way forward. Subterrenes existed first in fiction as mechanical drillers, with real-world thermal designs and examples following in...

Photos of Molten & Vitrified Bricks and Soil

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I've been collecting rocks, fossils and all kinds of artifacts that I found fieldwalking or by other means practically my whole life. Oddly enough, over the past few years I keep unearthing more and more what seems to be not only molten, but also vitrified bricks and small bits of...

History of Criticism of Official History

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I have been in and out of the rabbit at different points in my life. The last time was between 2012 and 2015. I was researching pretty much all the theories I would come across. Some of that stuff is really out there. I got tired of contemplating all the theories that couldn't be confirmed until...

Foundlings and the Orphan Trains: video by CONSPIRACY-R-US

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The Orphan Train Movement was a supervised welfare program that transported orphaned and homeless children from crowded Eastern cities of the United States to foster homes located largely in rural areas of the Midwest. The orphan trains operated between 1854 and 1929, relocating about 200,000...

Austrian Legends. Folk Tales and Oral Traditions. A Glimpse Into The Past.

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In my homecountry of Austria, we have a rich tradition of folk tales and legends that were, for the longest time, orally transmitted. Sadly, fewer and fewer people pay attention to them. Of course, we are all expected to see these as nothing more than silly old people’s tales, empty...

Mysteries of the Roman Pantheon

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This is just a quick one because it has been bugging me for years. I don't think I have seen any one bring up the purpose of such a beast. Any photographic angle of this building will bring new questions. Any angle will show you a new layer. So, I would like to point out some particulars and...

19th century compressed air cars and street cars: gone and forgotten

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This is actually some fun stuff folks. 150 years ago people could have been getting around by driving compressed air powered personal cars, and were boarding compressed air powered modes of public transportation. We are so duped into our internal combustion engines, that it is both sad and...

Egyptian Electricians

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A fringe hypothesis suggests that the Dendera light depicts advanced electrical technology possessed by the ancient Egyptians; however, mainstream Egyptologists view the carvings as representing instead a typical set of symbolic images from Egyptian mythology. These depict a Djed Pillar and a...

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