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    1769: Kulibin's egg-shaped clock presented to Catherine II

    Extreme interesting article KD! On the subject of coins, Here's a link of a clear example of PTB narrative. primitive tin coin - Portugal, Malacca - Dom Joao III, 1521-1552 AD , tin dinheiro How tf do they know it's from the "1500's"??
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    Welcome to the Vatican Library Secret Archives... you are not!

    Holy crap! Found this article here while searching for more clues on fake roman history, to me it's a lot of new info How Fake Is Roman Antiquity? This can open up a lot of topics on it's own.....
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    17th-18th Century Transformation of the Japanese Archipelago

    Interesting take, but there's reason to doubt both the methods and dates, obviously. As an example, radiation is known to decay organic matter pretty quickly. What happened after ww2 that every country under the influence of US or soviet Russia did?? Bomb tests, in huge numbers (tests, or...
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    Scythian gold craftsmanship, where did it come from?

    The gold works alone are enough proof that the official narrative is complete crap! Illiterate nomad barbarians creating some of the most beautiful works i've seen so far, yeah historians, sounds about a lot of lies
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    The Grand Canyon is under 450 years old...?

    I agree with you, fantastic comment!! It comes about my way of thinking about said maps and their PTB dates. I kinda believe that the most advanced maps are actually much more recent than their dates, and that woudn't fit the narrative of linear progression of bull* Came across an article today...
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    1914: vision of Moscow in 22nd, and 23rd Centuries

    Wow this is a wild one! It jumps on my mind predictive programming of some sorts, like a model to follow idk for sure, just my current toughts
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    18th-19th centuries: Bazookas, Rockets, Comets and Destroyed Cities

    I'll reply to KD about the final dates here. Upon examination of said events, looks like we may have some kind of duplicate/made up story to justify a destruction that doesn't fit the narrative. I mean, we have similar rocket destructions going on in the 19th, 18th, and 17th century + made up...
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    Our timeline could be much shorter than we think...

    Well, first time making a comment after Reading a lot of mind blowing posts! One particular piece of the puzzle i like, especial for doing restorations of old military pieces & gear, is maps and their lack of weather, tear, folds, fungi, worn paint, etc. This is really evident on maps from the...
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