Fire destroys 200 year old National Museum of Brazil

Radal16

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It’s just another crime against humanity and proves that the cabal is still in power and are still erasing history. Maybe 1984 wasn’t a prediction of the future, maybe it was a narrative on what we already had/have.
I agree with Dirigible, evidence has been mounting that the theft of our history happened a lot more recently than we thought... so much so that it's still happening. WWII was partially a cover-up of the destruction of history in Europe. The 90's kicked off the destruction of history in the Middle East. Makes me wonder what got destroyed in the Vietnam and Korean wars.
 

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One of the documents lost in the fire was the so-called Manuscript 512. A very interesting document for all it reveals and also for the questions it leaves open.
To summarize, it is a letter allegedly written in 1753 by a hunter of precious stones, gold, silver, and Indian slavers who were working to destroy quilombos (African slave communities fleeing the farms and mines and taking refuge in the interior of the country) that here in Brazil called BANDEIRANTES. The original document no one knows where it is, what you have is the supposed copy of the document that was transcribed in 1839 after being found by chance.
In this document it is reported that the bandeirates were looking for a silver mine in the interior of Bahia and discovered a mountain pass discovering a semi-destroyed ghost town.
Below the transcript of the 1839 document, the original 1753 (if it existed) no one knows where it is.

“… This news came to Rio de Janeiro at the beginning of the year 1754. After a long and untimely pilgrimage, incited by the unrelenting lust for gold, and almost lost in many years by this vast assurance, we discovered a mountain range of such high hills. , which seemed to come to the Etheria Region, and which will throne in the wind the same stars; the glare that from afar wondered, especially when the sun made the impression of the crystal that it was composed and forming such a great and pleasant sight that none of those reflections could look away: it began to rain before we entered to record this wonder christallina and we saw the scorching stones rush over the scalded stone, rushing from the high cliffs, looking like snow, bruised by the sun's rays, at the marvelous views of that chris [unreadable] coming at the foot of the Hills, without embarrassment Some of Matos, or Rivers, which made it difficult for us to transit, but circling the Mountains, we did not find it easy to carry out the rezolution of accommodating these Alps and Brazilian Pyrenees, rejoicing in this disappointment with an inexplicable sadness. Filled with us, and with the temptation of going back the next day, they run a black, walking by wood, a white deer, which I came to, and discover by this way the path between two mountains, which seem cut by artifice, and not by Nature: With the buzz of this novelty we began to climb, finding a lot of loose stone, and huddled where we believe to be broken sidewalk with the continuation of time. We spent a good three hours on the climb, but gentle on the hikers we admired, and on the summit of Mt., we made high, from which extending the view, we saw in a Field reason greater demonstrations for our admiration. […] We were two days waiting for the explorers. to the end we longed for, and we only heard gallos sing to judge that there were alli settlers, until our disillusioned that there were no residents will arrive, all being confused: We will then be resolved an Indian of our entourage to enter at all risk, and with caution, but astonished, he said he did not find, nor find a trace of anybody. Someone: this cazo made us mistake so that we do not believe him by what we see as domecilios, and thus all the explorers will follow in the footsteps of the world. Indian. They will come, confirming the testimony that there is no people, and so we all determined to enter with arms through this village, at dawn, with no one to meet us to prevent the steps, and we found no way but the only one that has the great settlement, whose entrance is three arches of great height, the middle one and the largest, and the two sides are smaller: above the great and main we have Letters, which cannot be copied by the great height. the width of the three arches, with housings of mansions, and another part, with the borders of hewn stone, and already defiled. [unreadable] inscriptions, open all [truncated] ortas are low defective [unreadable], noting that by the regularity, and the semmetry in which they are made, it seems only one property of cazas, being in fact many, and some with their uncovered terraces, and without tile, because the ceilings are of burnt tile huns, and of other slabs. Past, and looking down the street of good greeting, we came upon a regular square, and in the middle of the black stone collumna of extraordinary grandeur, and upon it a statue of an ordinary man, with one hand on the left side, and right arm outstretched. , showing with the index finger to the North Pole: in every corner of the said Square there is a needle imitation of those who used the Romans, and some already mistreated, and broken, as wounds of Some rays. On the right side of this square is a superb building, as the main house of Some lord of the earth, makes a great hall at the entrance and still afraid we do not run all the houses, […] The bats will be so many, that I invest the faces of people, and she made such a sound, which she admired: on the main porch of the street is a half-carved figure carved from the same stone and stripped from the waist up, crowned with laurel: a young, unshaven person with a bent band, and a diaper around the waist: under the shield of such a figure there are some characters already worn out over time, […] On the left side of the said square is another building totally ruined, and by the vestiges well shows that it was Temple, because it still retains part of its magnificent frontspicio, and Some ships of whole stone: occupies great territory, and in its ruined walls, comes works of exquisite with Some figures, and portraits embedded in the stone with crosses of various shapes, with trees, and other offal that need plenty of time to admire them. This building is followed by a large part of the village all ruined and buried in great, dreadful openings of the earth, without the whole of its circumference seeing a herb, tree, or plant produced by nature, but heaps of stone, some rough others carved, so we understand there are the borders of [unreadable] […] In front of the said square runs a caudalozo River, wildly wide, and spacious with some banks, which make it very The sight shall be pleasant, and shall be eleven wide, even twelve fathoms, without considerable turning, and clearing the thickets of the trees, and driftwood that the floods shall bring: we search out its height, and find in the deepest parts fifteen, even sixteen fathoms. Beyond that all are very lush fields, and with such a variety of flowers, it seems to be intonating Nature, more careful in these parts, producing the most tender fields of Flora: we also admire some ponds all full of tarts: which we take advantage of and also of the innumerable flocks of ducks that are created in the fertility of these fields, without being deficient to knock them without lead but the hands. Three days we walked down the river, and we came across a catadupa of so much noise by the force of the augas, and resilience in place, that we thought would not make the mouthful of the decanted Nillo bigger: after this jump spreads the river that looks like the great Ocean. full of Peninsulas, covered with green grass: with some scattered trees, which make [unreadable] a davel shot. Here we find [illegible] the lack of our [illegible] variety of hunting [illegible] and the many animals bred without cassettes that corrode them, and chase them. From the east of this ratchet we find several subcavals, and hideous pits, experiencing their depth with many strings; which however long they may be, we can never bump into their center. We also found some loose stones, and on the surface of the earth, spiked with silver, as taken from the mines, left in time. Among these pits we saw a one covered with a great lage, and with the following figures carved in the same stone, which insinuate great mystery to that looks like. On the Temple Portico we saw others as follows. Away from the village, cannon fire, is a building, like a field cage, two hundred and fifty steps forward; through which one enters by a great portico, and goes up, by a stairway of stones of various colors, immediately giving rise to a great salla, and after this in fifteen small rooms all with doors to the said salla, and each one upon itself, and with its spout of [unreadable] as the gathering spout [unreadable] hand in the outer [unreadable] columnatas in cir- [unreadable] square dra by artifice, suspended with the following characters: After these admirations we enter the banks of the Rio experimenting to discover gold and without work we found a good spot on the surface of the earth, promising us a great deal of gold and silver: we marvel that this settlement of those who inhabit it, we have not found our exact endeavor for these certitudes Someone, who tells us of this deplorable wonder of who this village was, showing well in its ruins the figure, of greatness that it would have, and how populous, and opulent in the centuries in which it flourished; being inhabited today by swallows, bats, rats and rapozas that roost in much chicken breeding, and ducks, they are bigger than a retriever dog. Rats have such short legs that they jump like fleas, and do not walk or run like the ones in the village. […] One of our companions named Joao Antonio found in the ruins of a caza a golden money, a spherical figure, larger than our six thousand four hundred coins: of a part with the image, or a figure of a kneeling boy and on the other side a bow, a crown, and a setta, whose kind we have no doubt if we find much in the said town, or a broken city, because it has been subverted by some earthquake, it would not give time suddenly to beware of the price. , but it takes a very strong arm, and I can do it to turn that rubble in as many years as it shows. ”

Here the terrible digitization of the 1839 transcript.
 
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Yup, I think everyone heard about this Manuscript 512. I did not know it was a copy though. Not surprised, for we do not have any originals of anything important to start with.

Interesting that this manuscript was allegedly translated by this guy’s wife Isabel Burton. Born at 9:30 pm in 1821 on March 19th. Those are just amazing details the history saved up. Reading his biography, it makes me wonder what they used to have in the water back then.

I can’t imagine what else got destroyed in this fire. Most of the stuff was probably never on display at all. Sad it is.
 

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Hmmm...did Mater send her minions out to help prepare for the next reset? What a fantastic launching ground for a next batch of clones Iraq would make. Have them cause some local targeted destruction of problematic artifacts, cause trouble to provide cover for funneling trillions of dollars of equipment and resources to the region and then disperse them through your humanitarian migration program so they are in place for the next reset event.
 
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