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  1. Bear Claw

    America: origins of the word

    I always understood Meri to be dervied from Mary (religious & of course Maryland is a state). and ca to be derived from Ka (the Egyptian concept of the projected life force / soul). Meri-Ka > A-Meri-Ka > America. The Ka would possibly thus be a link to the concept that pharoahism follows the...
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    1827 London Colosseum: demolished

    I don't know much about this particular building. Although I live locally, so if you want someone to pay a site visit, I am happy too. I do have a number of loose related thoughts that may be of interest, if not obviously direct. 1) Fairly close to Regents Park is a pub called 'Swiss Cottage'...
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    Founded - "Found Dead"

    As if casting a magic spell eh? Anyway, the other similar bandied about word that deserves similar reflection is: FOUND-LING. Dictionary.com says an infant that has been abandoned by its parents and is discovered and cared for by others, although I suspect other definitions could also be apt...
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    NASA is preparing a sequel to the moon landing (2024)

    Dude since you pointed this out, I cannot not see this. His voice was nagging me so badly, as if I had heard a similar voice somewhere before. Not sure if it is just me, but it totally reminds me of that fake nerd drawl of George Mcfly from Back to the future. Not saying its the same voice...
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    Battlefield America

    Good point. Or maybe in a previous flood apocalypse, the survivors had to go underground. Where it was dark and there were snakes and spiders. And then these fears have survived in the genetic memory of the race. Would also explain peoples aversion to water, especially the sea
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    MUD a different angle.

    They are good points, and to be honest I had neglected to appreciate the strength of a tsunami vs the weakness of a building. Regarding the alien landscape, I agree, although perhaps our landscape would be alien to those who preceded any flood. A flood could be gentle. If there are waters...
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    William Shakespeare was a Jewish, mulatto girl who got caught up in Tartarian history

    Yeah, it is, and I am inclined to agree with you. I suspect often I let my enjoyment of a good numerological link get in the way of rational thought. Although, I don't think it is beyond the realms of possibility that s/he translated it. And to be honest I think any King James Version would...
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    MUD a different angle.

    Would it not be entirely possible that the mud would just be an 'outcome' of a flood. I think the most logical reasoning would be a huge tsumami-esque flood, which would displace a LOT of soil and deposit it elsewhere. Plus underneath the temporary seas, surely the looser earth would move about...
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    William Shakespeare was a Jewish, mulatto girl who got caught up in Tartarian history

    I am always inclined toward the notion that Shakespeare - or the group known as Shakespeare - wrote the King James Bible, or at least Psalm 46. No source, other than: The King James bible was published in 1611. In 1611, Shakespeare was 46 years old. The 46th word of Psalm 46 is Shake. The...
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    Sunrise, Sunset, possible Mandela Effect. Government Suppression or Coverup.

    Has anyone noticed any observable difference in other celestial objects such as the moon and stars? Not saying with any agenda, but whether it has or hasn't could have a few interesting implications?
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    Bradford and other Tartarian cities of the north

    Apologies if I misled you. I am actually from Northampton, however, I have ancestoral roots from around Bradford way. My thoughts thus on this are quite general, rather than specific. Firstly with regards to the North of England (for non-British people, this is anywhere from the Midlands up)...
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    The ISS. So much speculation. What about this?

    Or perhaps something like this, there was a Channel 4 hoax documentary/reality show where a number of lucky contestants were sent on a 'space tourism mission.' They were tricked into thinking they went to Russia, for training, when in reality, they never left Suffolk: Space Cadets (TV series) -...
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    1812 French Invasion of Russia vs. Logistics

    That's not blathering on. Bradford has some mad architecture, that certainly seems out of place, see the link below. I spent a lot of my childhood in Mirfield, if that means anything to you? Sorry for teaching you to suck eggs, but I presumed you were from Uzbekistan! Although I suspect we...
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    1812 French Invasion of Russia vs. Logistics

    Ah great! Have a nice time! York is lovely, as is most of Yorkshire.
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    NASA is preparing a sequel to the moon landing (2024)

    Wagging the Moondoggie you may like this entertaining blog!
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    1812 French Invasion of Russia vs. Logistics

    Anyone else reckon that the name Napoleon sounds extraordinarily similar to Apollyon? "N'apollyon" I guess working on the assumption that Napoleon is a inserted into history artificially type fella. Etymologically in Greek that means 'destroyer' and is x-referable with Abaddon - from such works...
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    Pardon me, but I have a few humble questions about Tartaria

    That makes it sound very Tower of Babel-esque. If the old testament was inserted as 'fan fiction' as someone mentioned somewhere on here. Could it be that it is more a coded warning / explanation / prophecy / much closer event. That could indeed refer to the end of a 'Tartarian civilisation.'...
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    Battlefield America

    is that an ironclad in the background?
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    America Was Stolen by the Holy Roman Empire

    Yeah I agree with that and thanks for the clarification! Its certainly noticeable that if you ask someone what the third reich is... you will always get the correct answer. Ask them what the second reich was, and you will maybe get the correct answer. Ask them what the First Reich was, and...
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    America Was Stolen by the Holy Roman Empire

    Isn't there a difference between the Holy Roman Empire and the Catholic / Vatican "empire?" My understanding is that the Holy Roman Empire constituted the First Reich, and was a central European (atlhough did include the Vatican at some points). I am not asking to be awkward but because I find...
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