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    Abandoned 1860s India by UAP

    Who built all this stuff? Here is a video Captain Kirk dug up.
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    Electric Machine Guns, Coilguns and Death Ray Guns of Yesteryear

    It’s better than nothing, but if other options are available, I’d get something else.
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    Electric Machine Guns, Coilguns and Death Ray Guns of Yesteryear

    There are too many in the article to compare. I’ve never seen any of these anyways, but as far as I understand, like a 240 mm Howitzer to a sling shot.
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    400 year old Sahara Desert, or why people forgot everything they knew about Africa

    There were quite a few of these toys around: Electric Machine Guns, Coilguns and Death Ray Guns of Yesteryear Could they produce them mountains of sand though?
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    Book | 1883: Origin of the Western Nations & Languages by Charles Lasalle

    Because I find this information interesting, when compared to the narrative.
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    Book | 1883: Origin of the Western Nations & Languages by Charles Lasalle

    I bought me an alleged 1883 print of this book and waiting for it to arrive.
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    Old Bergman Tools Building, Buffalo, NY

    @Jinxy, this is a discussion dedicated to a specific building. We are trying to dig into it, to see if there was a structure prior on the site where this specific building was built. I'm pretty sure there are other abnormalities in the area. Our entire world is full of those. In a discussion...
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    Antwerp: authorities rebury our true history?

    Our official archaeologists experience an orgasmic ecstasy when they find a stone arrowhead, an axe or discover an ancient fireplace. And there go the headlines: World's Oldest Bread Found In Ancient Fireplace After 14,400 Years. Earliest Bone Arrowhead, 61,700 Years Old, Found in South Africa...
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    Movie | The Vault (2021)

    That sounds like a bunch of plausible non-sense to me.
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    Movie | The Vault (2021)

    Palacio del Marqués de Alcañices was sold in 1882 on the occasion of the works of extension of the calles Zorrilla and de los Madrazo, and today in part of the land that occupied the palace rises the building the Bank of Spain. It is striking that just as the origin of the palace itself is...
  11. Movie | The Vault (2021)

    Title: The Vault (2021) Tagline: No job is impossible. Genre: Crime, Action, Thriller Director: Jaume Balagueró Cast: Freddie Highmore, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, Sam Riley, Liam Cunningham, José Coronado, Luis Tosar, Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, Axel Stein, Daniel Holguín, Famke Janssen...
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    1918-1929: USA, Maryhill Stonehenge. WW1 Memorial?

    Anything is possible @jd755, we know that. It’s just too many things do not make sense. One of them is their obsession with humongous stones. May be they did cast that trilithon stone in place. But what for and why? Why didn’t they use smaller rocks? How did they plan on moving the trilithon if...
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    1918-1929: USA, Maryhill Stonehenge. WW1 Memorial?

    I agree, people are resourceful. This technique (or any other similar approach) is not something tremendously secretive to not be mentioned in any of the older texts or drawings. Stuff like this should be nothing but a common knowledge present in every text book. For whatever reason this is not...
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    1918-1929: USA, Maryhill Stonehenge. WW1 Memorial?

    That's a cool video. I'm pretty sure if the OP structure was built between 1918 and 1921, they used heavy machinery. In reference to the video. The guy is working on a concrete slab. If we are talking about the construction of the actual Stonehenge using this method, I doubt they would have had...
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    Book | 1883: Origin of the Western Nations & Languages by Charles Lasalle

    Edwards Sylvester Ellis 1840 - 1916 This Edwards Sylvester Ellis was indeed one prolific writer. Besides the one hundred fifty-nine books published by his own name, Ellis' work was published under various pseudonyms, including: "James Fenimore Cooper Adams" or "Captain Bruin Adams" (68...
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