1. Destruction of Noses

    Destruction of Noses

    A quick look into the symbolic significance behind the destruction of the noses on statues from antiquity. We explore possible connections between the destruction of noses and knowledge and how perhaps this is a representation of our lost history.
  2. Was the California Gold Rush a Hoax?

    Was the California Gold Rush a Hoax?

    With the recent uncovering of hidden history right beneath our noses, I thought it might be interesting to look into the state of California’s migration history. Interestingly enough, hundreds of thousands came during the time when there were claims of gold to be in those hills. Those hills...
  3. California Island - Improperly Drawn On Purpose

    California Island - Improperly Drawn On Purpose

    The official story on the maps from the 1600s depicting California as an island is that they were intentionally drawn improperly in order to fool people curious about the area. They must have been talking about us. But they’re not fooling anyone. How could it be on so many maps if that isn’t how...
  4. The Usurping of a Legacy - New Exhibit Could Reveal Truth

    The Usurping of a Legacy - New Exhibit Could Reveal Truth

    I share some of the information I’ve gathered for my visit to the new exhibit at the state Capitol tomorrow. Who woulda thought that MINERS were born with the natural ability to architecturally design buildings so massive yet so intricate? We need some of those miners in this day and age. I’m...
  5. California’s History is a Lie. Proof.

    California’s History is a Lie. Proof.

    I think I’m about the proudest Californian in the State right now. I’ve just proven that the state Capitol they claim to have finished construction of exactly 100 year before I was born, existed long before they dug it out from a Mud Flood. The more I learn about the LIARS that are in...
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    The Portal to Texas History

    The Portal to Texas History is a gateway to rare, historical, and primary source materials from or about Texas. Created and maintained by the University of North Texas Libraries, the Portal leverages the power of hundreds of content partners across the state to provide a vibrant, growing...
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    Species with Amnesia by Robert Sepehr

    Highly advanced civilizations have been here before us, just to be destroyed by some great global catastrophe. But for each race that has died out, another has taken its place, with a selected few holding on to the memories and sacred knowledge of the past race. In our vanity we think we have...
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    The Lost History of the Flat Earth

    Decided to share this video. If you can get over the voice, you just might find one of the most fascinatingly compiled storylines pertaining to the history of our realm. The video is over 5 hours long, but these 5 hours will feel like Christmas for some. * Backup: BitChute The Moon part...
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    Sara Teasdale: There Will Come Soft Rains

    Sara Teasdale 1884 - 1933 Sara Teasdale was an American lyric poet. She was born Sarah Trevor Teasdale in St. Louis, Missouri, and used the name Sara Teasdale Filsinger after her marriage in 1914. In 1933, she died by suicide, overdosing on sleeping pills. Sara Teasdale - Wikipedia There Will...