Alternate History of the World

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...

Nuclear Weapons: do they exist or not?

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The Emperor Deterrence may have no clothes, but he is still Emperor. Despite his nakedness, this emperor continues to strut about, receiving deference he doesn’t deserve, while endangering the entire world. Nuclear deterrence is an idea that became a potentially lethal ideology, one that remains...

19th Century: Tunnel Boring Machines, Frederick Beaumont, Second Industrial Revolution

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Could the Second Industrial Revolution (1850-1914) be the process of legitimizing multiple pre-existing technological achievements? If you know an Officer serving in the Military Corps of Engineers, ask that Officer to design a machine similar to the one presented in this thread. If that Officer...

1936 Skype Video Telephone, Nazi Style

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I was looking at Gyro cars, trains and monowheels of the early 20th century, and saw the Duesenberg Coupé Simone. It got me thinking about German technology ahead of its time. Like, oh, I don't know, a German videophone: the world's first public video telephone service was developed by Dr. Georg...

Giants Of Egypt, Chaldea, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria

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I was just gonna post a few images of several huge individuals but, as usually, ran into an issue with the alleged author of the books pertaining to the images of the Ancient Giants. The offered sketches displaying abnormal size humans are allegedly from the 1903 edition of "History of Egypt...

1952 Volga-Don Shipping Canal vs. 1649 Canalis

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There is this Volga-Don canal in Russia. It connects the Volga river with the Don river. It was officially built between 1948 and 1952. Technically the construction started before 1941, but it was interrupted by the Second World War. The length of the waterway is 63 mi, with 28 mi through rivers...

What Is Your Timeline Of World Events?

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I have started this new thread mainly so people - myself included - can get up to speed with the chronology of what some of the more accomplished researchers have come up with. Needless to say there will be slight disagreement amongst some points of view, but if we have a general starting point...

Grandparents and What We Learn From Them

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When I first found this forum and was reading through it, I agreed that it seemed obvious our history had been altered. But my thinking was it had to have been done way in the past. The idea that it could have been altered as recently as 150 years, or even sooner, didn't make any sense to me.

The life of Genghis Khan: work of fiction

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The Secret History of the Mongols by Mongolian nationalist Baavuday Tsend Gun is History's greatest con job. It is a total work of fiction passed off as fact by dishonest historians. The Secret history of the Mongols describes Genghis Khan's life or Temujin as he sometimes known in great detail...

Pharaohs Never Existed

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I recently read a book which I purchased from Amazon called Egypt Knew No Pharaohs (2015). It is similar to the works of Dr Fomenko in that it challenges commonly held assumptions about historical events based on the reexamination of primary sources. Unlike the New Chronology, however, Dr Ezzat...

Annihilated African cities, killed population, establishment lies and the Richat Structure Atlantis

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This thread is a sort of buildup on the already existing thread: 400 year old Sahara Desert, or why people forgot everything they knew about Africa. Influenced by the recent publicity related to the ancient lost city of Atlantis being located in Africa, I took a hard look at quite a few of the...

Creatures Depicted in Ancient Art

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KD mentioned mythological artwork from the 15th century compared to "realism" of 16th century art so, of course, I had to check it out. What I found was mostly religiously themed artworks but some of the paintings were beyond bizarre. A 15th century selection for your viewing enjoyment follows.

Paintings: A Winter's Mystery

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I picked up on a very quick thought mentioned by LifeKreationz about winter. He was talking about how Conspiracy-R-Us did a great video on Waste Management and The Great Stink. Both guys talk about how these massive palaces had both no heating and no plumbing. So... where are the earliest...

Thoth Hermes Trismegistus: As Above, So Below

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The concept was first laid out in the Emerald Tablet of Thoth Hermes Trismegistus, "That which is Below corresponds to that which is Above, and that which is Above, corresponds to that which is Below, to accomplish the miracles of the One Thing." We know there was a world-wide civilization. The...

Norumbega: Washington Monument and the Roman Empire

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First of all, the Washington Monument everyone knows, is not the first Washington Monument out there. The true "First" was built in 1829 in Boonsboro, Maryland. This MD Washington Monument is located 52.6 miles North-West from the main Washington, DC one. I understand that Boonsboro is not DC...

Theory: enigma of the demolition of America's past

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This topic has been intriguing to me but also dreadful as I continue to get an overwhelming feeling of the dark truth. My theory is this...We are aware that prior to the invasion of the British, the majority of America was split between indigenous people, Spanish, and French (primarily). They...

Tartarian City of Norumbega was conquered to become Washington, DC

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Had a chance to sleep on this entire topic. I think the area named Nurumbega could be a part of the Tartarian Union with the city visited by David Ingram being the City of Bega, or the City of Nurumbega. Was the city actually named Nurumbega? I do not know, could be either way. The City of Bega...

Smithsonian: Suppressed Archaeological Finds

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James Smithson, an ENGLISH scientist bequeathed today's equivalent of half a million dollars in 1829 to the U.S. "for the advancement and diffusion of knowledge." Congress, as is their custom, promptly invested in some bad financial deals in Arkansas (of all places) and lost the whole wad. John...

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