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    Shea's Teck Theatre: Buffalo, NY

    I thought the same thing about the picture with the workers. The caption on the link you provided: Stone carvers take a break from their work on the rebuilt Music Hall about 1886. Bwahahaha:ROFLMAO: I know that I wear a prom dress and my husband wears a suit all the time but if we need to...
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    Geopolymer in South America

    Jeep3r over on ATS posted an article about Puma Punka. He talks about geopolymers but his Part I talks about casting and molding the geopolymer. The OP states several examples at Puma Punka that might be proof of geopolymer theory based on research by EWALD SCHUSTER. He is a molding expert...
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    Norumbega: Washington Monument and the Roman Empire

    WOW! Somehow I missed this post when I was lurking and reading Stolen History like crazy. I just wanted to add a few things about the Washington Monument I have found while researching for my Library of Congress series. The monument is still the tallest totally stone built structure in the...
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    Single photo: 1892 Bells of the Library of Congress

    I was thinking the same thing when I read the conclusion about these bells being used for directing workmen. I'll post it here: The article is from the Library of Congress Information bulletin. For a organization dedicated to preserving history, they sure do make a lot of guesses about...
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    The True Slavery of America!

    I am putting the tinfoil hat on today! According to the official narrative of the industrial revolution, it began because of the War of 1812. Then, the second industrial revolution started in 1870. A SECOND INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AFTER ANOTHER WAR - both dates we all have problems with...
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    International Electrical Exhibitions

    @Paracelsus , I totally agree. This is how I translate these symbols when I see them. When I see the thunderbolts of the gods, whether they have hammers, axes or the classic thunderbolt it is always the split head..., and there are a lot of thunder gods, This Hittite God has an axe and a...
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    International Electrical Exhibitions

    The Passing of the Torch The commemorative coin below is from the 1884 Electrical Exposition held in Philadelphia. We have the old god passing the thunderbolt of Zeus to the new god, lets call her Columbia(Athena, Venus, Minerva, etc) since we are in America. In her other hand she has the...
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    Single photo: Board of Water Supply Bicycle Team

    No names that I could find. This is out of the New York Department of Environmental Protection's archives. They run the aqueduct system so I guess that is why this is in their archives. I just posted more pictures from that archive on the post New York, Development or Apocalypse. I don't...
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    New York, Development or Apocalypse?

    Some more Croton Aqueduct weirdness: Croton Distributing Reservoir and yet another Crystal Palace that was built for yet another exhibition The Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations at the Croton Reservoir Park. Built in1853 only to burn down in1858. Same Crystal Palace with Latting...
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    Single photo: Board of Water Supply Bicycle Team

    Board of Water Supply Bicycle Team Image Caption on Photo: Out of the Archives: The Board of Water Supply’s “bicycle team” in 1941 knew it was the most enjoyable way to commute, even if they weren’t thinking about carbon footprints back then. Why are the two ladies on each end photo-shopped...
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    USA: Transported Medieval Castles, Monasteries and other buildings

    Hearst is weirdly attached to this movement of moving medieval buildings to America in the early 1900s. I toured Hearst Castle in my teen years and was fascinated by the story and the architecture. He moved buildings over to create Hearst Castle as well. Article on Robber Barons And then I saw...
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    16th century Tartarian King Tartarrax ruled Quivira Regnum in North America

    How about the Ainu (Aino) people of Northern Japan, you know the white bearded natives of the Japanese Islands. The Ainu are in the right area and Anian Regnum next to Quivir --so the Kingdom of the Ania/ainu/aino? Ania/Asia?? Here are some pictures of the Ainu. The lip tattoo...
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    Continent of North America does not exist... or could it be a part of Asia?

    I'll bet those Russian named cities have Tartarian architecture as well. I know Moscow, Idaho does. And a pipe organ located in the church in the first picture of my post. There are many more buildings like this in Moscow and of course there are fires and architect shenanigans with...
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    Hyperborea: what if it still exists?

    @KorbenDallas This is so true. I received my degree in history at Idaho State University and they taught us to use the same standards that are the goal of Common Core History Curriculum. Once you got out of the introductory courses, it was all primary sources, not history books that contain...
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    Library of Congress Part II

    I know Comstock claimed to have successfully prosecuted more than 3,600 defendants under the federal law and destroyed over 160 tons of obscene literature in his role as special agent for the post office but i cannot find where he rifled libraries. I think he liked to shame people so maybe he...
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    Single etching: 1850 Principal Buildings of the World

    I've been spending a lot of time on old Washington DC photos for my Library of Congress series and thought this one applied to the post. The official story: One remarkable feature of the Dome in 1847 was the sight of Crutchett’s Lantern. Rising 92 feet on a mast over the Dome, the 20 feet...
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    Library of Congress Part II

    PART II THE TIMELINE OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS – CONTROLLING INFORMATION Here is the complete timeline from the Library of Congress. 1812 First catalog published showed the library collection of 3076 volumes and 53 maps, charts, and plans 🐍's Thoughts - On a side note, they also did away...
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    Geology & Earth History Documentation

    I read this paper by Michael Steinbacher about Moutain formation. He is an EU guy but I thought it was an interesting concept. A new approach to mountain building. He also has a really short paper about the possibility of pole reversal causing the water in the lakes and oceans to slosh...
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    Movie: The 5th Wave (2016)

    I actually watched this twice. My husband and I love sci-fi and dystopian movies so we watch them all, even the ones that could be on MST3000. Sounds like a game plan we have seen before and will again in the future
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    Library of Congress: Part I

    @BrokenAgate . The series on these doors are about the history of the written word. The guy you are talking about is TAHMURATH, a hero of the ancient Persians. Wiki Link to Tahmurath Better image He is related to the written word ? Ah, demons and magical weapons. I guess that is what...
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