It reminds me of the newspaper quote you posted somewhere, saying something like "Some people think the Year Without a Summer happened on a different date, but it happened in 1816".Ones we start paying close attention, everything has its origin in the 19th century. If it wasn't created in the 19th century, it was "re-discovered" in the 19th century.
This could hint to a multy-year cut, when the Year without a Summer maybe really happened after the mystery event of 1808 or earlier: 1808–1809 mystery eruption - Wikipedia
I think whatever really happened in regards to this year without a summer, is fundamental in understanding where we come from and what the roots of our society are. While the deaths are being downplayed today, this event may have killed a relevant part of society back then.
The fact that this time period also corellates so well with several war has been previously noted, especially the connection to Napoleon.
I think when it comes to patents, what they may have done, is taking all the technology of the previous civilization, and simply sharing it among the new robber barons. Which means they needed a couple of years to organize everything, and it resulted in massive amounts of technology being "patented", that is, being put under ownership of a couple of people.
I don't think that the fires even existed. Rather, they probably just repaired the existing structures, declared that there were fires, and afterwards established the view that everything was rebuilt. The goal? To redate the existence of these houses from before the "calamity" to newer times, in an effort to rewrite the history.
That would be the most effective strategy of hindering any attempt of rediscovering the true history. I think this also explains something that most historians simply take for granted: the ability of humans to kill other humans. If most people were indeed killed by "cosmic catastrophes", and the armies only sent in afterwards to essentially claim the new territory, that would be more belieavable. Like Napoleon, who just ran around, reclaiming a europe in ruins. The wars after 1800 were more like games of "who comes first", and bloody conflicts only arose when two parties clashed over their new territory claims. Obviously humans were brutal. But there's no point in killing millions of civilians.Essentially, we end up with a single event destruction spread out in time, with various destruction causes being assigned.
Looking at the time lines, it all fits together.I would add to KD's list, the reason for all the insane asylums. These were for the folk who couldn't psychologically recover from the catastrophe and its after effects.
This event basically birthed modern psychiatry. The most sensitive and awake people where those who suffered the most under the sudden change of collective perception.The modern era of institutionalized provision for the care of the mentally ill, began in the early 19th century with a large state-led effort. Public mental asylums were established in Britain after the passing of the 1808 County Asylums Act. This empowered magistrates to build rate-supported asylums in every county to house the many 'pauper lunatics'. Nine counties first applied, and the first public asylum opened in 1811 in Nottinghamshire. Parliamentary Committees were established to investigate abuses at private madhouses like Bethlem Hospital - its officers were eventually dismissed and national attention was focused on the routine use of bars, chains and handcuffs and the filthy conditions the inmates lived in. However, it was not until 1828 that the newly appointed Commissioners in Lunacy were empowered to license and supervise private asylums. - wikipedia
There are two ways humans cope with change. One is burying the trauma, like you describe. This is what the majority does. They stimply switch to the new version of reality, and try to benefit from it as much as possible, which means they accept the new rulers. Those are the neurotic conformists.
A small minority who is still connected to the truth, because they can't split off the traumatic aspects, can't cope. They know, and they tell the truth, as everything else would be too painful. In the process, they are ousted from society, and suffer even more.
The conformists erect special places for those who can't cope with the trauma, and psychiatry is born.
Until this day psychiatriy and psychology is simply a way to control those who can't function, and still today those people tend to know something which the majority doesn't. It is a way of the collective mind to suppress the truth about our past. Without going through the pain of ones own and socieities' past, it is often impossible to see the larger truths about our world.
This image shows a world that was getting colder, where those who survived are the psychopaths: Lunatic asylum - Wikipedia Note that the image shows the new reality in darkness (left side), while the suffering people on the right are shown in a light surrounding, and the new rulers are all dressed in black.
The resistance against alternative views about or world, be it cosmology, or history, is largely fueled by the resistance against letting the trauma surface. The existence of academia is based upon lies only. The alternative historians make the same mistake. While they aknoclwedge unexplained forces and mysteries, the put everthing thousands of years into the past, severing our connection with it.
Right now we see a collective breakdown once again. The PTB were able to postpone it with the two world wars, but now with wars being history, people start to come out of the survival mode, and are governed by these unconscious forces again, which manifests in the extinction fear of "environmental collapse". While it is too painful to see that only humanity itself is degenerating, at least the idea that something is dying is projected onto the world. Even the neurotic conformist people start to realize that there has to be something bigger than our modern life.
It would change everything. Our entire way of life, at least for those who want to live with this new truth. Before discovering the truth, the illusions have to be deconstructed. Which is a very frightening process, and the difficult task is to accept that there might not be something to replace the illusions with for quite a while. It is just a void at first, when enough people come together to see and accept this void, a new vision of the past emerges from the collective energy of looking at it.And of course the next question comes. What if do find out? I mean really find out the truth of our past, which I think we all want. I wonder if it would have any real impact on anything in the world?
It is amazing how far we have progressed. For me it started with watching all videos on the NewEarth channel. But only when analyzing the maps thanks to the mud flood thread on WildHeretic did I really start to see the connections. And now the picture gets even clearer, with the focus being on the time leading to modernity, the industrial age. I think we are getting ever closer to something tangible, thanks to this forum and people like Conspiracy-R-US, JonLevi, Wise Up, NewEarth, etc.
Especially the guys behind the Conspiracy-R-US, Wise Up and JonLevi channel are very connected to the truth, and are able to look at our past with new eyes.
Be it the unified global architecture, the destruction of the northern hemisphere with crater like impact, the double-headed eagle, the Renaissance, the illusion of the medieval times, the waste management topic, the orphan trains, robber barons of the industrial age, central banking and rise of democracy, the wars around 1800, the world expositions, the buried first floors, recent change in global climate, the strange devices on old buildings, the unified architectural style of churches, giants of the recent past, the disappearance of Tartaria and other kingdoms, the lost and apparently traumatized natives living in tents, the california fires and destroyed american cities, star forts, the map changes and redating, the bible and the Vatican, colonization and expanding western Empires, the NASA lies, world war one and two; it all fits together somehow.