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What year are we in? Do many of you believe that significant spans of history were invented? Are there good examples you can point to?

Many tall buildings are electrical scavengers? Why not just use mountain tops? Is there more to the apparatus? Does the entire height have to be insulated from the ground?

Giants? What is the tie-in between giants and Tartaria?

NWO and 1800-ish? This thing happened worldwide in about 1800? Is that when history is presumed to have been pretty much re-written?

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Bump

...for my glimmer of hope that someone holds these opinions and has a theory.
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I suggest you find a link

I have only seen the "Tartarians" word used one other time

Please explain

YES I believe history has been re-written for a purpose I cannot identify

I buy and read OLD History books

Nothing earthshaking - but I suggest people buy OLD books

Libraries have been sacked by liberals - installed computers and sold the books / both the Library Boards and Volunteers working tirelessly anti-print

Digital all media can be altered instantly

One can find interesting things on sale

I picked up a first edition of HG Wells History from very Early 1900's

And a copy of "The Iron Mountain Report" at seasonal library sales

I missed out on "The History of the Jesuits" from 100 years ago - a sad mistake I regret periodically. Imagine tracking it down!

Pondering an old history of the Civil War - cursory scan shows slavery was already on the decline by 1850 as wage workers were CHEAPER than slaves and coming around for seasonal harvests in droves .

Didn't buy it yet- antique store back shelf - only so many books I have room for and I have my pet subjects I collect - old books on health and cooking ... Homesteading .
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Hey, thanks for the response.

The Tartaria stuff is one of those "above and beyond" theories. Like flat earth, it borders on insanity, but has weird little assertions that are very hard (for me) to get my head around.

Like:

"Look at all the 1800 to 1870ish buildings... they all are this fantastic stone and have huge doorways and are all built below ground-level so that the first window openings are maybe a foot or so above ground but still have full height windows" ...thus proof of a "mud flood"

or

"History has been manipulated to add a lot of time so that we feel further from our ancient past" ...lol

or

"The previous civilization was a race of giants"

or

"Electricity is often if not always made with tall buildings harvesting potential difference from higher in the atmosphere"

...its Flat Earth level weirdness, but unlike flat earth, I find it intriguing.

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Hey, thanks for the response.

The Tartaria stuff is one of those "above and beyond" theories. Like flat earth, it borders on insanity, but has weird little assertions that are very hard (for me) to get my head around.

Like:

"Look at all the 1800 to 1870ish buildings... they all are this fantastic stone and have huge doorways and are all built below ground-level so that the first window opening are maybe a foot or so above ground but still have full height windows" ...thus proof of a "mud flood"

or

"History has been manipulated to add a lot of time so that we feel further from our ancient past" ...lol

or

"The previous civilization was a race of giants"

or

"Electricity is often if not always made with tall buildings harvesting potential difference from higher in the atmosphere"

...its Flat Earth level weirdness.
 Quoting: Anymous Cowboy

Rut-roh sounds just weird enough to intrigue me

And YES - old building had LARGE doorways ... Hmm

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Well, there seems to be an unending supply of "Tartaria" content on youtube. I cannot say that I would recommend one presenter over another... except perhaps for a guy named Aaron Dover who I guess died under what others deem to be suspicious circumstances. He had some of the better vids on electricity harvesting.

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Hey, thanks for the response.

The Tartaria stuff is one of those "above and beyond" theories. Like flat earth, it borders on insanity, but has weird little assertions that are very hard (for me) to get my head around.

Like:

"Look at all the 1800 to 1870ish buildings... they all are this fantastic stone and have huge doorways and are all built below ground-level so that the first window openings are maybe a foot or so above ground but still have full height windows" ...thus proof of a "mud flood"

or

"History has been manipulated to add a lot of time so that we feel further from our ancient past" ...lol

or

"The previous civilization was a race of giants"

or

"Electricity is often if not always made with tall buildings harvesting potential difference from higher in the atmosphere"

...its Flat Earth level weirdness, but unlike flat earth, I find it intriguing.
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So, all of this seems to imply we're in some sort of simulator...

Flat Earth would actually be highly compatible with that.
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Tartaritards has a nice ring to it.
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So, all of this seems to imply we're in some sort of simulator...

Flat Earth would actually be highly compatible with that.
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Umm which circumstances wouldn't be compatible with a 'simulation'?

hmm
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Highlights of the NewEarth Findings - the True Ancient History of the Human Races

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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Well...I just got onto this in the past couple of weeks. I cannot dismiss it on it's face. I kind of think there might be a major ME type thing happening with it, but I haven't made up my mind on it as of yet,

The things that make me go "tink" on that potential are the numerous leftovers in regional "memories" and the attachments to the Scythian Empire....but O don't really know for certain.

I remember Tartary being an Empire...Now it's a region. But okay. I wasn't deeply into it, and it surely wasn't pushed. So...I'm a Tartarian Agnostic.
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Highlights of the NewEarth Findings - the True Ancient History of the Human Races

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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Man. Is that really truly worth it? A little sales pitch for those with limited bandwidth?

Thanks!
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Im intrigued. I believe I have tartar blood...only know that because i had some truly crazy pregnancy issues with blood and this was a logical explanation. its mutation from the tartars invading poland, approx only 0.5 percent of poles have it, and far fewer other caucasians. Part of the Diego blood group. Its more common in Asian cultures and especially native South American, over 50%. Its not well known how it spread. Atleast its been hard for me to find answers

In the other thread on this topic, i cannot wait to check out the videos regarding the culture and early American influence, but first let me add.....

This is highly scientific jargon. Which is foreign to me, but a important piece to the puzzle connecting tartars, mongols, to early America:

[link to patagoniamonsters.blogspot.com]

I want to highlight the two comments because its plain English and pretty damn fascinating.


NeilBDecember 7, 2015 at 11:33 PM
So Austin, what you're basically saying is that the Diego blood group is another piece of the jigsaw or piece of evidence for an earlier migration into the Americas. In other words what some recent blog posts have begun to refer to as a'Ghost Population' of barely discernable relict DNA, an echo, if you will of an earlier (say 25-30 kya) wave of migration? Have I read you correctly?

AWDecember 10, 2015 at 9:02 PM
Thank you Neil!
The point is that when odd things turn up among Native Americans the answer is: bottleneck - founder effect. So here we have a population unique in many ways, which supposedly arose from a few families stranded in Beringia for thousands of years... and it is from this limited repertoire that all these unique features appeared: hundreds of languages, HLAs, mtDNA haplogroups, Y haplogroups, and more...
I think that the ghost population reached the New World long ago and that it is them who provided the diversity to H. sapiens latecomers.
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I hope the above adds something, “forensic evidence” if anything, gonna check out the documentary features now.
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Tartaritards has a nice ring to it.
 Quoting: Miss Bunny Swan


Tartaritards unite!

So, all of this seems to imply we're in some sort of simulator...

Flat Earth would actually be highly compatible with that.
 Quoting: New Atlantis


Umm which circumstances wouldn't be compatible with a 'simulation'?

hmm
 Quoting: WOLF*


hahah... then, there's that ;)

Highlights of the NewEarth Findings - the True Ancient History of the Human Races

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Cosmic Charlie


Man. Is that really truly worth it? A little sales pitch for those with limited bandwidth?

Thanks!
 Quoting: Fluffy Pancakes


I always dump large youtube videos in this before I watch them:

[link to www.yousubtitles.com]


...its not pretty, but I am a fast reader and it helps me get an idea of whether I want to actually watch.
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TARDARIA

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Mudfloodians
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o_O

I watched a documentary that included some hidden history from Norway. Before, during and after WWII many ethnic groups were targeted, especially gypsy's and a group called the Travelers. Supposedly these people were from the northern areas of Siberia or the Tartiarian Empire.
They were killed, had their children taken from them and basically eliminated.
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Yeah, this seems to be a major part of the theory, that elimination of many many people groups happened in about a 100 year span.

[...]the numerous leftovers in regional "memories" and the attachments to the Scythian Empire....but I don't really know for certain.
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Yeah. From my studies I saw the Scythians as central-northern-Israel... ie: primarily Ephraim and west Manasseh (these studies were from reading the bible only... even though I read *many* the other Hebrew-derived-Europeans books after I made my tentative conclusions).

Im intrigued. I believe I have tartar blood...only know that because i had some truly crazy pregnancy issues with blood and this was a logical explanation. its mutation from the tartars invading poland, approx only 0.5 percent of poles have it, and far fewer other caucasians. Part of the Diego blood group. Its more common in Asian cultures and especially native South American, over 50%. Its not well known how it spread. Atleast its been hard for me to find answers
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That's crazy / cool. Hope it wasn't bad.

I want to highlight the two comments because its plain English and pretty damn fascinating.


NeilBDecember 7, 2015 at 11:33 PM
So Austin, what you're basically saying is that the Diego blood group is another piece of the jigsaw or piece of evidence for an earlier migration into the Americas. In other words what some recent blog posts have begun to refer to as a'Ghost Population' of barely discernable relict DNA, an echo, if you will of an earlier (say 25-30 kya) wave of migration? Have I read you correctly?

AWDecember 10, 2015 at 9:02 PM
Thank you Neil!
The point is that when odd things turn up among Native Americans the answer is: bottleneck - founder effect. So here we have a population unique in many ways, which supposedly arose from a few families stranded in Beringia for thousands of years... and it is from this limited repertoire that all these unique features appeared: hundreds of languages, HLAs, mtDNA haplogroups, Y haplogroups, and more...
I think that the ghost population reached the New World long ago and that it is them who provided the diversity to H. sapiens latecomers.

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Not sure, as I am not expert at all, but I read part of this book a while back. It is quite interesting, but not really along the same lines as the link you presented:

[link to www.amazon.com (secure)]

cannot find a pdf... :(
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What year are we in? Do many of you believe that significant spans of history were invented? Are there good examples you can point to?

Many tall buildings are electrical scavengers? Why not just use mountain tops? Is there more to the apparatus? Does the entire height have to be insulated from the ground?

Giants? What is the tie-in between giants and Tartaria?

NWO and 1800-ish? This thing happened worldwide in about 1800? Is that when history is presumed to have been pretty much re-written?
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I do know some history was and is hidden, questions are why. I know Tartary was a country, a lot of fake bull is being put out about this large empire, yes it used to cover a whole Asia area, they were not all from the same group of people, there were many groups within a different religion and they made it work. There were and are Tatar people, some are Muslim a large group of them are Christian. They lived pretty much as any other civilized country. They had universities and doctors, rich and poor etc.. I pretty sure they also built the so called China wall. They have had their history change mostly during Stalin's year, he made them write up a different history so they would not be looked on as what they were a different group or from another Empire. Communist did not allow anyone to believe in God, the Muslims and Christians were killed a lot. It was not the first, because when the Russia Empire was there they also put them under a command worship God as they demanded. The also killed many.

They at the time of the Romanov's had their Empire only less so. Czars were Russia Orthadox, and many of the Christains were call Old Believers, something about a change in their worship and they did not believe in a pope top, only lay leader.

It can be pretty hard to find the real history. It was there somewhere after the Communist take over and up to 1940s. I studied them as a child in school, so yes they were and are real. Russian says, scratch a Russia find a Tatar, they even change Tartar to Tater. I can almost understand the people who took over Russia, the other countries no. One thing could be planing is they know the Ottomans were really just a group that the Tatar rulers ruled because after Wilson sign a end to the Ottoman Empire, the Tatars kind of also went by, by.

You have three ;long known leaders, Attila the Hun, Kublai Khan, Genghis Khan no Genghis nor Attila the Hun and maybe Kublai Khan was known as the scourge of God. were Muslim, no they conquered them, One I know followed the teaching of Christ or his family did and still does. I do know they conquer and afterwards allow them some of their religious ways, I am also sure these same people he conquered also went with him back to Asia. Sometimes a top leader under them was placed to watch over the area.

Many times they had a military type who became leader not family only. This is one of the first things I read and leaded about the way they ruled. All these leaders mentioned were in the same family all were warriors.

Europe was scared crappy of them, they fought and did it until they won or could not and retried and came back after some years to do it again winning the next time. They started around 442 AD and lasted title 1940s in history as a kingdom or empire till the Communist Party and the murders of the last Czar.

As for their people, they live in a large area of population in Russia. Some Tatar are in countries around them, and the Mongolian group still in Mongolia, some disputes that the Khans were Mongolian more had Mongolian troops. It was a part of Tartary called Mongolia, and the Chinese Tartars and others, it not the China Chinese if another group of Chinese, can't remember their group.

So as to your question about Giants, this is well known and has been know, they also did DNA from them early on. Why and what was found, I think they said, man, don't really know. Just that the bones have been found years ago in different places and countries. Not all had six fingers and toes,some were just large people, giant people. Red hair was also on some head. I do not necessarily think 7 foot is giant tale yes giant no, unless you are really short. Why do they hide these things, well, evolution theory is one, the other is what was done, they hide the facts, until a lawsuit came to be won, one guy kept notes and picture evidence when he was working. The Courts ordered The Smithsonian institute to open up the files they had. This does not help where they got rid of the bones.
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@hankie thanks! That was an interesting read.
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There could be what is called a big foot, think type of ape creature, better at hiding. As for the bone thing, bear bones are not found either. One of my sister had a good thing on this part, which I had not studied, she said, well it sure could that reason there are not bones found of bear and could be the big foot, is the porcupine, sounds funny right, not really, the porcupine eats bones for the quills. learn something new all the time.
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Check out the location of in the World Fairs in 1800s and 1900s (like Crystal Palace, Qudriga) and what happened 2 months later at these locations.

Star Forts EVERYWHERE world wide.

Old tartaria maps.

Start with that then wonder how it all just ceased to continue.

Some entity did do a reset.
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It’s interesting thats for sure. Im having a lot of trouble with the timeline and... the very Game of Thrones type of narrative...
Evidence of some hidden history definitely, but perhaps some of the theory is debateable? Intriguing. Coolest theory I’ve heard in a while, reminds me of the giant trees theory a couple years back

OP my biggest questions are the same as yours.
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Looks like other researchers into this have some issue with the dates too. Too many assumptions perhaps, but definitely lingering questions too. Need to uncover more. I hadn’t heard about this till a couple days back, i think it just caught a wave, looks like its been a topic of research for a couple years. Something to it, but i feel its going to get even more sensational.
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Not sure, as I am not expert at all, but I read part of this book a while back. It is quite interesting, but not really along the same lines as the link you presented:

[link to www.amazon.com (secure)]

cannot find a pdf... :(
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The docs ive seen are mentioning researching white natives too, and then DGN posted that one thread Thread: Oldest native American footage... where did they migrate from?

That’s why im struggling with this 1812 part of it. We have native Americans still practicing their rituals How does that all fit in...they were part of a civilization then went tribal?

But the damn maps...
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Well...I have to admit that I am obsessed with Tartaria atm.

Here's the best non-video I have found.

[link to www.metacenterchicago.com (secure)]

I am not saying I know what is up...But something is awry.
Things are bad enough, there is no need to make anything up.

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this has some facts about the past ...

Cathars - The Truth
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Well...I just got onto this in the past couple of weeks. I cannot dismiss it on it's face. I kind of think there might be a major ME type thing happening with it, but I haven't made up my mind on it as of yet,

The things that make me go "tink" on that potential are the numerous leftovers in regional "memories" and the attachments to the Scythian Empire....but O don't really know for certain.

I remember Tartary being an Empire...Now it's a region. But okay. I wasn't deeply into it, and it surely wasn't pushed. So...I'm a Tartarian Agnostic.
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DEFINITELY has a Mandela Effect quality.

Things are changing fast now...
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