Cell phone or not? What's on the old paintings?

KorbenDallas

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Pretty sure some of us had a chance to see, one or all of the below paintings. Yet what's the opinion? What is depicted on the paintings? Some of them are less "smart phone" realistic than others, but still... what is on the images, possibly resembling a well known device?

1. In 1933, Umberto Romano painted "Mr. Pynchon and the Setting of Springfield," which shows a 17th century meeting between Native Americans and English settlers in Massachusetts, but it also shows what seems to be a smart phone.

Additionally I was always wondering about that tied up commando looking dude with a crew cut.

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2. Die Erwartete - The Expected created by the Austrian painter Ferdinand George Waldmüller in 1860. It shows a man crouching in the foreground holding a flower, waiting for a woman who’s walking his way down a rocky path. But what’s that she’s holding?

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3. Apple CEO Tim Cook once admitted to seeing an iPhone in a 347-year-old work by Pieter de Hooch called "Man Hands a Letter to a Woman in a Hall." Cook saw the Dutch master's piece at a museum in Amsterdam and was shocked. He said in an interview, "I always thought I knew when the iPhone was invented, but now I'm not so sure anymore." This painting was done in 1670.

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the 1 picture is automatically out of question because it was made after the lost history period (1933) and likely shows a native seeing for the first time a mirror
as for the other two, weird, number 3 could be a mirror too, though there is something weird about it that i cant quite place my finger on it
number 2 is the best of the lot, the woman is manipulating it just like we do on a smartphone and is it only me or there is light coming from it?
 

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the 1 picture is automatically out of question because it was made after the lost history period (1933) and likely shows a native seeing for the first time a mirror
as for the other two, weird, number 3 could be a mirror too, though there is something weird about it that i cant quite place my finger on it
number 2 is the best of the lot, the woman is manipulating it just like we do on a smartphone and is it only me or there is light coming from it?
Yeah, one and three are moot. The first is a pocket mirror and the third could be a small letter like the painting description said. But two is quite a shocker lol. Though I'd still think it's a box or something, as there is no light as you said. Since to have an emitting light, it would also be shining around her dark dress.
 

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the 1 picture is automatically out of question because it was made after the lost history period (1933) and likely shows a native seeing for the first time a mirror
as for the other two, weird, number 3 could be a mirror too, though there is something weird about it that i cant quite place my finger on it
number 2 is the best of the lot, the woman is manipulating it just like we do on a smartphone and is it only me or there is light coming from it?
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You can magnify or zoom even closer, I think there is definitely a small amount of a yellow glow/light coming from it. But I guess it could be anything like a music box or something?

I guess it comes down to, if they were around back then is this the only evidence remaining, the odd ambiguous painting that falls through the cracks to to speak?
 

Erilaarissa

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the 1 picture is automatically out of question because it was made after the lost history period (1933) and likely shows a native seeing for the first time a mirror
as for the other two, weird, number 3 could be a mirror too, though there is something weird about it that i cant quite place my finger on it
number 2 is the best of the lot, the woman is manipulating it just like we do on a smartphone and is it only me or there is light coming from it?
I have always thought it was a common prayer book as those small books were very common at that time.
 
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the 1 picture is automatically out of question because it was made after the lost history period (1933) and likely shows a native seeing for the first time a mirror
Not to mention the witch flying on a broomstick in the back ground behind the man in the stock. That would make the picture more fanciful.
 

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the 1 picture is automatically out of question because it was made after the lost history period (1933) and likely shows a native seeing for the first time a mirror
as for the other two, weird, number 3 could be a mirror too, though there is something weird about it that i cant quite place my finger on it
number 2 is the best of the lot, the woman is manipulating it just like we do on a smartphone and is it only me or there is light coming from it?
There is no lost history period. The manipulation never stops. Without new lies to maintain the old lies there would be no way that the hoax could sustain its self.
look at this album of the UK in 1972 you see a post war crumbling shit hole where was the so called marshall plan?
Photos of a Lost Brighton from 1972-1974 - Flashbak

Fashion is a huge indicator of recent deliberate chronological manipulation

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I have way more but i don't want to muddy up this post. Just need to make it clear that as honest researchers we don't erect restrictions we break them down.
 
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