Not Mud-flood But Dust Storms

Apollyon

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I think the term mud flood is restricting our ability to see the reality of this hidden, recent cataclysm.

The idea of a mud flood just does not fit with what we actually observe.

Flowing mud of a catastrophic kind would devastate any structure in its path not simply bury them.



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What we actually see seems more reminiscent of dust storms followed by torrential rains. So in a major way mud is involved but it is not the catalyst.

So when did we have massive dust storms? The so called dirty thirties. Some-how the intelligencia has spun a story about bad agricultural practices which never made much sense to me. It would seem that these storms were by no means localized in America but were wide spread across the planet and ultimately most devastating in the regions occupied by the Red army. This is weather warfare at its finest.

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At last – as if sin had been manifest in land-use practices – came the dry years, the failure of mountain snows, rain vanished from the prairies, and winds that once pollinated the most productive grasslands in the world began to blow steadily across these plowed plains. "The wind, Oh, the wind, the wind." (Lizzie White, p. 179.) Finally in 1933, the harbinger gales descended on these nesters whose "Fields were bare, scraped to hardpan in places, heaving in others. The skies carried soil from state to state." As if nature insulted by human ignorance drew back to lunge at these intruders, "With no appreciable rain for two years, even deep wells were grasping to draw from the underground reservoir. One late winter day in 1933, . . . at mid-day the Sun disappeared." Farmers on the high plains witnessed "clouds" that "dumped layers of dust, one wave after another . . . ." on these unsuspecting settlers who "had to shovel furiously to avoid being swallowed by the enraged prairie." This arid landscape deprived of water did the strangest thing by arising into the heavens and choking the life out of the very lungs of the settlers who had so long feasted, fattened, and fostered farmsteads on these precarious plains.

Egan, p. 136.​
"The eeriest thing was the darkness"
"There'd be days you couldn't see a hand in front a' your face."


So where did the One hundred million acres of fertile top soil disappear?

Here we see railroads in the Siberian region, being unburied post cataclysm. A flowing wall of mud would not have left train tracks intact.

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Minsk
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Yerevan, Armenia

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Irkutsk

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Volgograd At the beginning of the 20th century


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Unburying Moscow supposedly in 1890 ( many Russian alternative history researchers operate under the understanding that the intelligencia sent
Russian history back at least 13 years) and we have already established that the dates ascribed to old photographs are largely arbitrary and even political.



Here we have mussolini's excavation of rome 1938 - 1942... maybe it was buried just around 2 decades earlier?

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I mean this brick work hardly looks old at all...


I will share below some other images that I have not seen make the rounds

Konigsberg castle
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Post war agriculture in Germany, where do we think these piles of fertile soil came from? Mid western America mayhap?
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Attachment: The great Dust Fall 1902-03, courtesy of @wizz33
 

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KorbenDallas

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A very interesting hypothesis. It also explains those "years without a summer" as far as blocking the sun light goes. Flash flood does not always destroy buildings, but it probably depends on its sheer power. I also think that any sort of thick mud would have crumbled more buildings than it apparently did. Majority of the Piranesi's ruins look like a former war zone anyways. May be that's where the dirt came from, the sky...

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One way or the other, we still have the same issue of a recent catastrophic event, which is not mentioned in our history books.

That Konigsberg castle before and after pictures are insane. How do we not remember an event of this magnitude, how is it not recorded in text books? And they tell us stories of some ridiculous cultural layer build up, lol.

Please continue developing the idea.
 

KorbenDallas

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Considering that the entire world is buried in this stuff, there has to be some event to account for all this dust, if it was dust.

I think I might have seen some older paintings with some brown thingies falling from the sky. Will need to find those.
 

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Exciting find OP!

Massive world wide dust storms. Centered on locations with what, large amounts of dirt land? Or did these dust storms come from further away?

How well does this theory fit into the other major conspiracy pieces? Earth shape, giant trees, ancient energy weapons.
 

KorbenDallas

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Definitely not one of the paintings I was talking about. 1893 is probably not the right time as well, but the well known painting is interesting, considering that nobody really knows why we have what we have on the painting.

Edvard Munch

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Any dust storms capable of burying cities across multiple continents seem like they would just about kill all life on that area of the earth. Though tbh the same could be said for mud floods. It's weird that this seems to have happened relatively recently and yet there's seemingly no record or cultural memory of such an event.
 

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Our infrared masters were very angry! But they evolved also! Read about the war between Wilhelm Reich and UFOs!
 

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Comets have always been portents of evil and are often accompanied by severe weather as well. I know Halley's comet comes around about every 70 years or so but surely there are other comets that make the rounds. Wonder if there was one in the early 1800's since that seems to be about the time of "the event" (whatever it was). Or maybe right around the time of the year without a summer?
 

ion.brad

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The term "comet" had more meanings on that time: ball lightning, ufo and, of course, what we call today a comet. So those comet which were destroying a castle were ufos!
 

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