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Thinking for ourselves is one of the remaining luxuries we still have. We are gifted with an ability to contemplate and to think critically. We are able to analyze and draw parallels between facts. History is written by the victors. Rulers of this world have their own agendas. Doubt there will be one person out there thinking that Governments do not lie. The question is how much? Divide and Rule remains in effect. And just like that new versions of history will keep on getting created.


James Cox's peacock clock presented to Catherine II in 1781

14 Jan 2020 4 minute read 0 comments KorbenDallas

The Peacock Clock is a large automaton featuring three life-sized mechanical birds. It was manufactured by the entrepreneur James Cox in the 2nd half of the 18th century and through the influence of Grigory Potemkin it was acquired by Catherine the...

When Jesus abandoned America, or why TPTB prefer Pagan Gods

13 Jan 2020 5 minute read 1 comment KorbenDallas

I definitely did not expect us getting into something like this. It is common knowledge that the Pilgrims were a group of English people who came to America seeking religious freedom during the reign of King James I. I always thought that our Pi...

Singapore, Michigan: Fires of 1871 and Sand Dunes.

13 Jan 2020 2 minute read 0 comments KorbenDallas

Thanks to @CurryCat, this sand buried town of Sigapore, Michigan came to our attention. Personally, I have never heard about it, yet, in the 19th century, they had their own currency, as you can see below. SourceThe Official Narrativeand 1871 ​...

1896: Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway

13 Jan 2020 4 minute read 3 comments KorbenDallas

I doubt too many people know about this electric train. The Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway was a unique coastline railway in Brighton, England that ran through the shallow coastal waters of the English Channel between 1896 and 190...

Tartary - an Empire your school teacher forgot to tell you about. It was bigger than Russia once...

9 Jan 2020 5 minute read 2 comments KorbenDallas

"Tartary, a vast country in the northern parts of Asia, bounded by Siberia on the north and west: this is called Great Tartary. The Tartars who lie south of Muscovy and Siberia, are those of Astracan, Circassia, and Dagistan, situated north-west of t...

Subterrene Vehicles Traveling Underground: Past and Present

9 Jan 2020 10 minute read 2 comments KorbenDallas

Before you start reading the below post, please recall those "mystery hums", or weird engine sounds coming from beneath the ground. I have never heard any, but apparently there was a whole bunch of people who did. The Hum Noise The Rumbling Below: St...

Magic Mirrors: Ancient Television & Computers?

9 Jan 2020 1 minute read 0 comments KorbenDallas

Magic Mirrors​ There are quite a few fairy tale type accounts of the devices, which, with proper parallels drawn, could be understood today as Television Sets and Computers. I think this is pretty close to what we are witnessing in the texts.Please...

Leonardo Da Vinci and his micro-brushes

9 Jan 2020 7 minute read 0 comments KorbenDallas

Long overdue, but there it is. Apparently, the paintings done by Leonardo da Vinci cannot be faked by no artist of today. No matter how talented the artists of today are, not a single one of them is able to create a painting of the same quality. I am...

Fake Antiquity: this is Julius Caesar. Really?

9 Jan 2020 4 minute read 1 comment KorbenDallas

We normally do not think about simple things like this, but may be we should. This thread is a spin off of the thread titled Questionable antiquity of the "ancient" statues. I will try to keep it short. I think that our civilization has no idea who m...

1858: The Winans Cigar Steamer Ships

9 Jan 2020 5 minute read 1 comment KorbenDallas

Some ship designs assigned to 1850s are rather baffling. How they went from sailing ships to something you can see below, has to have a reasonable explanation. Where is the stuff in between? We did not go from a rotary phone directly to iPhone 11. It...