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  1. kulapono

    My "Mountains"

    You are very adept at subliminal detection. In the 1980s a guy named wilson bryan key wrote a book 'Subliminal Seduction.' I spent my high school years staring at skulls and nude women in ice cubes in liquor ads. it was my first inkling that an unknown power was trying to influence my thoughts...
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    Did they use catapults at Gettysburg during the US Civil War of 1861-65

    Maybe I missed it, are you saying these dead men may have been killed by those rocks? Thrown by catapult?
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    150 Foot tall "streetlights" Los Angeles 1800s

    Congrats on your first post. I live in la and I had no idea about these lights.
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    you made your point beautifully!

    you made your point beautifully!
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    Similar style buildings are all over the world. Were they built by our civilization?

    Hello! Would indigenous peoples in North America have some sort of orally passed tradition relating to this civilization? I only ask because I think they would have observed the comings and goings of past civilizations. Sure, a lot of native tribes in the United States were wiped out or...
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    America: origins of the word

    On page 592 of Isis Unveiled, the name is ascribed possibly to the norse markland from mark, a wood. Later on the Himalayan word meruah mentioned, meaning 'great mountain.' The text later goes on to say that if Vespucci would have used his surname if he desired to name a continent. I'd...
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    Continent of North America does not exist... or could it be a part of Asia?

    Wow! this thread is hurting my brain. i used to think i was pretty good at geography but that had to do with the big pull down map that covered the chalkboard in my fourth grade classroom. since i registered at this site, i can say with some certainty that everything i know i wrong. It is...
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    Interesting Finds on Old Japanese Maps

    1543890326 i did this wrong. please tell me , asatiger1966 , your story where you cannot fly. thank you kulapono
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    Input Your Worldview

    '. . . is a man dreaming he is a butterfly or a butterfly dreaming he is a man.' proverb by some chinese butterfly
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    Input Your Worldview

    Thank you. Here is my view of the world; Back in the eighties, i read a book 'Foucault's Pendelum' by Umberto Eco. there was a line; "To arrive at the truth through the painstaking reconstruction of a false text," and pillars of my conventional education began to collapse. that false text is...
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    Input Your Worldview

    hello everybody!