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Ancient Civilizations Notable Historical Events Season Two

World’s Fair at St. Louis – Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904

Estimated read time 47 min read

The first thing the newcomer hears from the visitor who has spent several days at the World’s Fair is: “It is simply immense. The grounds cover 1,240 acres.” And the newcomer thinks: “Mercy, how shall I ever get around to see it all?” For the robust, healthy American, whether man or woman, the best means of transportation is that which nature has provided.

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Historical Mysteries Season Two Unsolved Mysteries

The White House Debunked!

Estimated read time 2 min read

It’s Ancient Buried, Semi-Buried and Un-buried Original First Floor! The White House presents an interesting case for original buried first floors — not “basement windows”, as some Reddit “debunkers” love […]

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Old World vs New World Season Two Visual Galleries

Vintage Postcards: Franco-British Exhibition 1908

Estimated read time 1 min read

The Franco-British Exposition went from May to October 1908, and was the first of five major international exhibitions to be held in West London at the White City complex, which later gave its name to the area.

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Artistic Representations Season Two Visual Galleries

The Art of Adolphe Alexandre Lesrel

Estimated read time 4 min read

Adolphe Alexandre Lesrel was twenty-two when he began his studies with the academic painter, Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824-1904). Like many aspiring painters, he hoped to follow in Gérôme’s footsteps as a history painter of scenes from ancient Greece and Rome.

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Season Two Visual Galleries

Old World Doors

Estimated read time 3 min read

They say doors act as gateways or portals, transporting us from one environment to another. Like it or not, the simple door can tell the viewer a lot more than you would initially think, from the inlay of the door frame to the material coverings, the story of the building begins. This was something our forefathers understood and gave great reverence to.

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Historical Mysteries Season Two Unsolved Mysteries

When was the Lincoln Memorial Actually Built?

Estimated read time 2 min read

So here we have two photos of the Lincoln Memorial, the one with grass and landscape is dated 1917, and the one as a barren gutted scape is dated 1920. 

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Season Two Visual Galleries

Star Fort: Elburg, Nederland

Estimated read time 6 min read

Welcome back, fellow researcher, to another one of the many star islands in Nederland. Elburg is a small fishing village located on the Veluweneer river estuary. This area turns out to have a very interesting past, one that links nicely to the star island we have found there. Elburg is not officially a star or bastian fort, but as you will see it definitely qualifies.

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Energy and Power Season One Technologies

“AETHER” Part III: Power Generating Plants as Unparalleled Works of Art

Estimated read time 4 min read

Our Previous Civilization was so advanced that they built its power generating plants as unparalleled works of art. All main buildings from our Ancient Civilization worked as energy resonator-generator, transforming […]

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Historical Mysteries Season One Unsolved Mysteries

Information Flows to Unlock the Unknown

Estimated read time 2 min read

Information flows, and each piece, like a key, unlocks the unknown. Information evolves it does not adapt. Though I’m sure elites and politicians wish it could. The laws of the […]

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Old World vs New World Season One Visual Galleries

Old World vs New World – Before & After Gallery

Estimated read time 1 min read

Welcome to our first Gallery Article. Since the great year of change in 2020, we have amassed over 600 before and after photos in our archive. We have reviewed each […]

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Old World vs New World Season One Visual Galleries

Star Fort: Bourtange, Holland

Estimated read time 5 min read

As we continue on our quest for these amazing star-shaped islands, we next head to the flat lands southeast of Groningen, Netherlands, to the town of Bourtange, resting along the […]

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Season One Visual Galleries

The Cherry Blossom Star Fort – Goryokaku Tower

Estimated read time 1 min read

2023 Hokkaido Flower Season, Japan The cherry blossoms at the Hakodate Flower Attraction, Goryokaku Tower, and the Yoshino cherry blossom benchmark tree at Hokkaido Shrine in Sapporo, are officially in […]

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Architectural Marvels Artifacts and Evidence Season One

Las Lajas Sanctuary – What You Don’t Know!

Estimated read time 17 min read

Introduction Photos of Santuario de Las Lajas or the Las Lajas Sanctuary make their way around social media routinely. We ourselves have run posts on the majestic and precariously perched […]

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Ancient Civilizations Cultures and Societies Season One

The Tartaria Genre

Estimated read time 4 min read

I’d like to address some of the intolerant discussions around Tartaria, Architecture, Free Energy and History in general. There is a focus on the Tartarians, the Moors or “English architecture” […]

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Historical Mysteries Season One Unsolved Mysteries

Mudflood Theory Part III: Theory or Fact?

Estimated read time 7 min read

7-minute read, 29 photos, 2 videos We send out our TB reporter. After spending many hours endlessly scrolling through the Tartaria Britannica archive, we realized it was time to actually […]

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Architectural Marvels Artifacts and Evidence Season One

The Castle of Rovasenda’s Sky

Estimated read time 2 min read

The abandoned Castello Nuovo di Rovasenda, the Castle of Rovasenda, seems to have been built in medieval times, however, it is not that old. In fact, it was built in […]

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Energy and Power Season One Technologies

We Know They Harnessed Power, But How?

Estimated read time 2 min read

We know they harnessed power, but how? Catching photon absorption on film has become a quantum quandary. I don’t know very much about quantum physics, but when we peel back […]

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Energy and Power Season One Technologies

Water Memory and Advanced Energy Transfer

Estimated read time 9 min read

Charging or charged air (water vapor) in this ICE viewpoint is imparting a magnetic memory to the water vapor or the air entering the intake manifold by the action of […]

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Energy and Power Season One Technologies

Antiquitech Study II: What is Antiquitech?

Estimated read time 3 min read

What is antiquitech? “Antiquitech” is a blanket term to describe old lost technology relating to atmospheric electricity. Many of these devices either harness or use this energy. How is atmospheric […]

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Communication and Transportation Season One Technologies

Houseboats of the Past

Estimated read time 2 min read

Houseboats were extremely popular in the 1800s. As is so often the case even in our modern times, such luxuries were mainly reserved for the aristocracy and upper middle class. […]

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Historical Mysteries Season One Unsolved Mysteries

Mudflood Theory Part II: What To Look For

Estimated read time 6 min read

In this article, we will look at the results of the last potential mudflood, and what to look for when searching for evidence of these past events. As we move […]

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Historical Mysteries Season One Unsolved Mysteries

How to Erase Something From History

Estimated read time 3 min read

How to erase something from history Here’s the spoiler: you can’t. As king of the world with infinite money and power, you’d think that you can erase just about anything […]

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Communication and Transportation Season One Technologies

How Do You Board an Airship?

Estimated read time 2 min read

As we look further into the airships of the past, it is important to consider the infrastructure that was in place to service this large-scale, affordable air industry. To understand […]