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    Saltair: Mormon Bathing Pavilion or Something Else?

    @jd755 You might check your own sources from the post about SLC , not that I consider the blogs a reliable source if they are not backed up by other sources. Not anywhere in there did they mention the en masse migration to California. Also the article about President Polk states: " This is...
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    Masterpieces of Industrial Art & Sculpture at the International Exhibition, 1862

    Here is a link to the original book Masterpieces of industrial art & sculpture at the International exhibition, 1862 byWaring, J. B. (John Burley), 1823-1875. There are some interesting things in there for sure. This one is the Kaiser Album, with shields that look familiar. Page 55 Fancy...
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    Saltair: Mormon Bathing Pavilion or Something Else?

    JD: If a power plant as alluded to how was the power distributed to customers or users? Where is the infrastructure, what was that infrastructure and the devices that used the electricity? 🐍: If the previous society was smart enough to harness aether electricity, I am pretty sure they can...
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    Hindenburg: Was Zeppelin technology a threat to the 20th century?

    Was just catching up on Cracked Pictofacts and Photoplasty. Found this relevant thought: From the article Most played out scenes from Sci-Fi Movies. Several other movies set in the future, including the really weird back to the future/ history rewritten movie Sky Captain and the World of...
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    Fashion - Similar Head Dresses: Colonial Times, Ancient Egypt, and "Native Americans"

    @VoidTrancer mentions Mormons and Egyptians and I think about this: Lotus Flowers, winged disks, ankhs, and sphinx, oh my! This is the the Salt Lake Masonic Temple. And this again: 🔸🔸🔸 A few of the many older buildings in the US with Egyptian styles: 1914 Masonic Temple Charlotte...
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    Saltair: Mormon Bathing Pavilion or Something Else?

    SALTAIR Salt lake City was founded in 1847 and before the turn of the century, they had enough extra money and time to build the Salt Baths of the Great Salt Lake. In all, there were seven salt bathing pavilions around the Lake but the most famous was Saltair. First opened in 1893...
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    Pyramids with tombs of the Tartarian Kings?

    I see things like this and I wonder what they used to show. Do we really think they were intentionally left blank? This map has all sorts of crazy stuff so why are these empty? Plissken 🐍
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    Cathedrals: Who really built them?

    @BrokenAgate nice find! I think this guy is trying to take out the other guy with his shovel because he is trying to tell everybody they didn't really build it. Bwahahaha! Plissken 🐍
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    200 millions in path of a monster April cyclone

    Another bomb cyclone... We were just talking about new weather terms in this post. I hadn't heard of these until the last couple of years. Just like the previous bomb cyclone last month, they chem-trailed the hell out of my area in Eastern Washington. Storms have been rolling through for...
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    Border Monuments of the United States

    The Mason-Dixon line is crazy. Found a good article about it here. I always knew it was extended to separate the slave holding states entering the Union from the northern states but never really knew why the original one was built. Penn and the Dutch vs. the English Calverts. Also the names...
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    Strange sounds and weather in many places.

    @dianag You are so right! I remember having to learn the 5 different type of clouds in 8th grade earth science back in the 80s. I wonder if chemtrail clouds are on the new list since that is what I usually see now. Unless there are storms rolling through the area. My husband and I talk...
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    Star shaped cities, towns, and forts as evidence of the unified world of the recent past

    Nice find on the diagram. Those pipes are interesting. And is this a basement? Wonder what they keep down there? Potato cellar? Here is what old Wikipedia says about fascines: A fascine /fəˈsiːn/ is a rough bundle of brushwood or other material used for strengthening an earthen...
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    Foundlings and the Orphan Trains: video by CONSPIRACY-R-US

    I read this article This is How you Steal a Child. It is about one incident involving orphans. The backstory: The white residents of Morenci, Arizona — or “Hell Town,” as it was known — had their pistols to the heads of the New York City nuns. The nuns had escorted to town 40 Irish-Catholic...
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    The Seal of the Washington Territory. Strange Buildings.

    I agree! I have lived up and down the Snake River from Pocatello, Idaho to where I currently reside in Kennewick, Washington, the area where the Snake River and Columbia River join up in Eastern Washington. The whole area along the Snake and the upper Columbia looks desolate until you get to...
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    Border Monuments of the United States

    MEXICAN-AMERICAN BORDER The location southern border of the United States was finalized by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo at the end of the Mexican American war. The treaty came into force on July 4, 1848. The US set up the US Boundary Commissioners and sent out a survey team. The survey...
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    International Electrical Exhibitions

    Here is the Stenkvista Runestone. It shows Thor's hammer hanging from snakes and beaming something down. and another runestone --SO 111 After these runestones, the symbology changes to a cross instead of the hammer. but again with the sky and thunder gods with snakes. 🔸🔸🔸 Here is a...
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    32,000 Year-Old Plant Brought Back to Life

    If they really did find seeds that old, one would hope they would think twice about trying to germinate them. They might be unleashing something not so good for humans. Not that I believe it. I know @whitewave is a plant and flower lover like myself, I am sure she will confirm that seeds...
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    What was Giovanni Battista Piranesi trying to say. 17-18th century apocalypse?

    Found a few images in the Mute Stones Speak of " Colonnacce" of the Forum of Nerva. This was the first book about ancient architecture and art that I read a long time ago. I think this proves that Piranesi wasn't using romanticism to portray these sites as ruins. That was what I was told in...
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    Lictors and Roman Fasces Weapons: Grand Deception

    I was researching for another post and came across a character from Rome that relates to this topic. Her name is Verginia (or Virginia). Her story is very similar to Lucretia. Lucretia was raped and committed suicide ending the era of Roman Kings. So fast forward to 451 BC and despotism has...
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    Washington, District of Columbia, Capitolium

    Some of them sure do. I will be covering the Library of Congress --Jefferson Building tunnels in one of my future posts about the library. They also used one of these tunnels for the book conveyor system, which was destroyed when they built the visitors center. The link has photos and sketches...
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