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  1. UltimoHombre

    Foundlings and the Orphan Trains: video by CONSPIRACY-R-US

    My thoughts on the matter stem from cultural norms in society. My own Great Grandmother was an orphan, left on the steps of a minister's home; could it be these children were abandoned because of pre-marital sex? Regardless of how "prude" people may have been back then, Boy and Girls have...
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    Possible books, weapons and musical instruments of the Giants

    Hey, #1, I'm willing to go! Do a poll? See how many others would be interested? Would be nice to actually converse with like-minded folks in person.
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    Double-headed eagle: its meaning and origins

    As far as I knew the eagle was the symbol of Rome. Then after Charlemagne, the holy roman empire took up the double eagle - one looking to the East and to the West, symbolic of Constantinople and Rome. And whats really interesting here, is that American Eagle ALWAYS look West, Governing the...
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    Blessings and Curses

    Linguistics and etymology are my thing passion as well. Glancing at each new Word is like Mental Exercise. My thing is looking for names of Deity: EL, AL, JAH, OM, ON etc. When I was going through the degrees of freemasonry, I had a realization that all the tools (even the word tool) has a name...
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    Blessings and Curses

    Words do have power. Take Solomon for example. SOL-OM-ON. Sol, name of the Sun; Om, Eastern vibrational chant; On, sun god in Heliopolis (city of the sun) no on incidence when you walk into a dark room, flip the switch "ON" and you're evoking the god of Light . . . little do most realize. And a...
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    Blessings and Curses

    I respect this community; a ragtag collection of pseudo-scholars pooling their knowledge . . . yeah, it's a real shit blend of f**k in here, but I appreciate your input;) *Note: This is for my own personal benefit. Let's suppose for a moment, that with great spiritual power, one could manifest...
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    Columbus "discovered" America in 1592?

    Oh! Well, out on the open waters in those days, the French, English, Dutch and Spanish were constantly declaring war on each other, and when not at war, hiring privateers to sink other nation's vessels. Ever hear of Captain Morgan? The liquor? Spiced Rum, yeah? English privateer who sank a lot...
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    Columbus "discovered" America in 1592?

    y'know, I once heard that since the Spanish were out exploring in the name of the Pope, that they made the discoveries in the name of Christendom and the West; cementing their claims before Britain could - after all - don't they have enough Crown Colonies? It's all speculation, but I truly...
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    Columbus "discovered" America in 1592?

    lmao Bro, that was my first thought too when I saw the date, there's no other reason than "Land Claims" and "who got there first."
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    Tartary - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    Hey check out this map you posted - in the upper left, in the orange and blue box, though in Latin, you can read that Columbus Discovered America in 1592 . . . not 1492 like the rhyme goes in school . . . . something is definitely up.
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    Synthesis of ideas: intelligent creatures shared the Earth

    @sonoman thanks for the insight, no I hadn't heard of this channel, I will be looking it up; as well as, replying to your question about my past life as a bedouin . . . ;)
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    Love that it's 3:16

    Love that it's 3:16
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    Araber Beduine

    My only guess is a stirrup? What, #1, don't you believe in reincarnation and the reuse of Souls?
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    The Calendar Conundrum

    Yeah, that's what they say in Psalm 90:12 "So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom."
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    Giants Of Egypt, Chaldea, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria

    Uncertain about this one, and I'm not convinced they're giants being depicted, but rather "drawn" or "carved" larger in some cases for more detail.