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File: f128078d22a54b5⋯.png (722.66 KB, 885x655, 177:131, huh.PNG)

 No.49044[Last 50 Posts]

Most early 1900's videos were completely and utterly faked. It's all a fucking lie. Why, I don't know, but it simply is. There are videos of people riding on bikes without touching the pedals for long ass periods of time (motorized bikes) and the such. Civilization is much more advanced than you think, and WAS much more advanced than you think.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJfTa5SjDCY

This just goes to show this. Look at the fucking buses! That shit may sneak past one's eye, but overall, it's all fake. Plays like a movie to be quite honest. Seriously.

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 No.49053

>>49044

Why did you make two identical threads? Trying to spam?

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 No.49058

It is in San Francisco you fucking sperg. You don't have to peddle when you are going down a hill

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 No.49060

>>49044

So they faked a city scape, filled it with actors built a fake trolli system or the illusion of one and they forgot to get bikes that need to be peddled

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 No.49061

For what purpose? We know that real footage exists from that era, so why fake it?

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 No.49066

>>49061

I think OP is trolling, but there are people who seriously believe that 19th century Western civilization was much more advanced than we give it credit for, and then they got flooded by mud (literally) and some populations got genocided for some reason and now there's a conspiracy to erase that history.

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 No.49089

File: 59e0895922267fb⋯.jpg (56.12 KB, 720x849, 240:283, 1452110348302.jpg)

>Why, I don't know, but it simply is.

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 No.49094

File: 2b10f83af5e6f8f⋯.gif (2 MB, 500x288, 125:72, henry-rollins-liar.gif)

>>49089

t. liar

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 No.49108

File: 5a8e8ccc3a2b144⋯.jpeg (298.99 KB, 1355x1000, 271:200, serveimage (47).jpeg)

>>49066

The entire evidence they have is that modern society could make something so spectacular. They are also forgetting that the US of the 19th century was 98% white.

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 No.49109

>>49108

*never make something

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 No.49112

File: c60b8d6e4f6dc53⋯.jpg (230.07 KB, 1200x890, 120:89, London-TowerBridge-1900-Cl….jpg)

>>49066

>there are people who seriously believe that 19th century Western civilization was much more advanced than we give it credit for, and then they got flooded by mud (literally) and some populations got genocided for some reason and now there's a conspiracy to erase that history.

So flood theory but in the 19th century instead of pre-history? Got any more on the mud / genocide stuff? Sounds a lot more compelling that OP led on.

>>49108

>>49109

That's pretty funny actually in a tragic sort of way. The idea of clean, civilised, beautiful cities is so alien that people are now thinking they are fake. Give it a few more generations and people will probably consider it fiction.

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 No.49113

>>49112

They believe in a country named Tartary where Western Russia is. They expanded their empire all over the place. They ended when Napolean invaded them.

Also all countries in the world are hiding a huge mud flood from the 1800s that covered up everything

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 No.49114

>>49113

Also the Tartarians were giants or something

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 No.49122

File: 1fcd4ddc59fa3d2⋯.gif (946.85 KB, 160x240, 2:3, Gnome.gif)

>>49066

Please explain this "mud" thing…?

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 No.49125

>>49122

Mud flood. It's super retarded and points to Greek revival buildings as some world wide civilization instead of being what they are, an architectural revival. A wave of mud covered the world and killed everyone, which of course is full of flaws for anyone that has been outside of their house before. I hope it's just a joke.

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 No.49127

File: 8965e40aab1d87f⋯.png (158.66 KB, 512x257, 512:257, You Know Dave.t.png)

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 No.49132

Tartary said over and over means Retards, which is what anyone who fell for that psyops is.

Second, op it's called editing.

Now take my mud flood down your throat and lick my ass cheeks clean when you're done.

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 No.49183

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>49113

>>49114

>>49125

>>49127

Their "smoking gun" for this theory is that basements have windows near ground level, so at some point they must've been at normal height. Pretty lulzworthy. I did some digging and it seems like people are tying it to annunaki, elongated skulls but kind of surprisingly it's attracted the /vril/ crowd in the same way as the Atlantean stuff has.

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 No.49185

File: cdc9e39186e5062⋯.jpg (165.73 KB, 640x919, 640:919, fm9e0z63kdp21.jpg)

File: 0e62b4ce0aa7668⋯.jpg (836.07 KB, 2048x1536, 4:3, Quadriga.JPG)

File: 4150ea381afd631⋯.jpg (133.85 KB, 1053x518, 1053:518, Giants.jpg)

>>49122

It is a very interesting theory even if it is complete bullshit.

Couple of anons have explained it already, but it's basically suggested that the Tatars formed a global empire that took over Europe, known as Grand Tartary, which appears on some maps of the 1800s as well as being referenced in pop culture of the time (this is dismissed by mainstream sources as simply another name for The Mongolian Empire), that then (this part is never really explained by the theorists) went on to revolutionise America. Their "symbol" was the Quadriga; four horses pulling a chariot. These buildings contained running self-sustaining electrical systems as well as other secrets and needed to be destroyed. The concept of the "World's Fair" was then created as a guise to completely wipe these settlements from the face of the Earth, building fake constructions alongside real ones to create plausible deniability.

Much of this history was then allegedly destroyed sometime between 1775 - 1900, when the world was covered in mud and most of the adults with knowledge of the past were hunted down. Children of the murdered adults were placed on Orphan Trains and given new families.

They also have a thing for star-shaped forts; apparently they created some global force field which was eventually destroyed too.

And "flagpoles" on old buildings weren't flagpoles. Rather they were a combination of a micro power station and a lighting system bright enough to illuminate the entire building.

It really is just one of those weird-ass conspiracies that's an entertaining read or watch but not much more since it is just conjecture with nothing found that outright states "I went to the Tartarian capital and shot down some UFOs with the Star forts until some mud came down and destroyed all the free energy". I personally dismiss it, since there's just no fucking way you could be this thorough. To wipe not just an entire EMPIRE off the history books, but centuries' worth of technology and discoveries too. And then create fake history to go on top. You just can't do that.

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 No.49186

File: aabf47bec56ff72⋯.jpg (73.73 KB, 807x346, 807:346, Fontana_Pompeii_waterwell.jpg)

File: 6229ad2468e8e2f⋯.jpg (524.43 KB, 1200x1185, 80:79, 1200px-Raphaël_-_Les_Trois….jpg)

File: d257a01d84a7b03⋯.jpg (461.99 KB, 700x803, 700:803, The_Three_Graces,_from_Pom….jpg)

File: 21a800ee89464b5⋯.jpg (147.82 KB, 638x425, 638:425, pompeii pineapple.jpg)

File: c19377ae65c1943⋯.png (286.68 KB, 700x431, 700:431, pompei.png)

>>49185

However, it's very likely Pompeii was a lie, at least how we're taught it.

Yes, the city was destroyed by a volcanic eruption, that much is true. The only question is when. AD 79 is what is known, but there are several signs that point to the big one actually being 1631, more than 1500 years later.

Firstly, in 1592, Domenico Fontana dug a water channel through Pompeii in order to bring water to nearby Torre Annunziata. As part of this, he also built water wells, which were uncovered when the city was unburied. Why would you build wells that no-one can use due to being buried under 15 feet of ash in the middle of nowhere, where nobody is likely to use them?

The next piece of evidence is the painting by master Raphael; The Three Graces. If he had not known about the existing work (which he wouldn't since it would still have been buried under metres of ash at the time), it is scarily similar to one found in the remains of Pompeii, with regards to the positioning of the trio. The theory goes is Raphael used this version as inspiration, but he obviously couldn't have if the eruption had buried it.

The next thing is a mosaic with a fruitbowl depicting an anachronistic piece of fruit (heh, see what I did there?). And no, there is no other fruit that could be. Please don't try to debate this. What this means is one of two things:

>Pineapple was discovered a lot sooner than 1493

>This mosaic was made a lot later than 79

Your choice.

And finally, Pompeii, despite being "lost to time" alongside Herculaneum, appears frequently on 1500s - 1600s maps, complete with Fontana's well. Meaning they knew not only about the city, about the name of the city, but the fact it had a well.

There was also a epitaph made in 1631 at the request of Viceroy Zunica that still survives to this day mentioning an eruption from Mount Vesuvius, with one of the lines reading as thus:

POMPEIOS HERCULANEUM OCTAVIANUM, PERSTRICTIS REАTINA ET PORTICU

Remember, this epitaph was made 150 years before those cities were rediscovered. Why should it care about a place lost to time that nobody had lived in for 1500 years?

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 No.49187

File: a3f005d68fd1383⋯.jpg (2.31 MB, 3226x2598, 1613:1299, 1820_tartary.jpg)

They seem to be conflating a generic term that was used for lands inhabited by Turanic/Mongol/Turkic/"Tartar" peoples with a unified empire of some sort. It's like if Asians called Europe "whiteland" without distinguishing the nations within and in the future they thought it was some giant european empire on old maps.

People also forget that more than 2/3rds of Russia even today is historically conquered land. The ethnic Russian homeland is within the western 1/3rd.

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 No.49188

>>49183

wtf are you talking about? /vril/ isn't talking about this

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 No.49191

File: 5f334c4f5b9971f⋯.jpg (12.23 KB, 292x271, 292:271, 5f334c4f5b9971f3db041a242d….jpg)

>>49186

Easily one of the most retarded posts I have seen, even here on /x/. The fact that this was probably written in all seriousness is just the cherry on top.

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 No.49192

>>49186

This one holds a lot more weight than the Tartary shit.

>>49188

There was some ancient aryans type stuff in the comments, that's all I meant. Not that /vril/ themselves were discussing it.

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 No.49198

File: cb6457613093236⋯.png (1.52 MB, 1848x1054, 924:527, 023946523.png)

File: 351485c1e80c166⋯.png (678.91 KB, 1818x974, 909:487, 90273486.png)

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 No.49201

File: 5d1a775aa3237ad⋯.jpg (84.24 KB, 450x600, 3:4, pom36.jpg)

File: d4c4a98366b0af5⋯.jpg (662.42 KB, 1035x1600, 207:320, Sandro_Botticelli_-_Three_….jpg)

File: 5925dd58a053c4a⋯.jpg (25.56 KB, 458x679, 458:679, 61yVBu3B95L._SY679_.jpg)

File: 5e75d43bfcf4bae⋯.jpg (63.58 KB, 570x745, 114:149, il_570xN.1135404956_hbu3.jpg)

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>>49191

>Yes goy, there's nothing weird about building multiple wells in a long-deserted town forgotten by history for a millennia and a half all the while it's under 15 feet of ash

>Yes goy, there's nothing weird about a mosaic depicting a fruit that wouldn't be known to the Western world for another 1500 years

And for a town forgotten by time, there sure are a lot of historic maps that know both its name and location.

It doesn't even have to be a conspiracy, for all we know there could have been two cataclysms that history has mistakenly folded into one due to the fact that nobody survived the second one. Might have been less than a century old on top of historic remains when it went up the second time, in the event that that's the case.

And here's the epitaph I was talking about, only photo of it I can find on the internet. There are two on the same wall and everyone photographs the bigger one, completely ignoring this smaller one that's on top and can only be seen from a distance. Allowing the anachronistic mentions of Pompeii and Herculaneum (back when it should have only been known as La Cività, with folks' tales claiming that a city was once located there) to hide in plain sight.

And in case anyone wants to debate the paintings of Charites with "oh, they're based on a historical description/sculpture" the positioning was entirely arbitrary until Raphael painted his version. Even versions that look similar like 3rd pic related still had some notable differences between the Pompeii and Raphael versions i.e. their arms aren't outstretched. The idea that Raphael painted his version so accurately to a version he otherwise could not have possibly known about due to dying 200 years before the city's unburial is truly astounding.

/x/ as of late seems to be filled with kneejerkers that appeal to feefees and just scream bullshit at everything without opening their mind to the possibility that we might be wrong. The overpopulation thread is clearcut evidence of this.

>>49192

Indeed it does, purely because we know that Fontana dug through and accidentally rediscovered the two cities while constructing his water infrastructure, yet didn't bother to mention it. From Wikipedia:

"After thick layers of ash covered Pompeii and Herculaneum, they were abandoned and eventually their names and locations were forgotten. The first time any part of them was unearthed was in 1599, when the digging of an underground channel to divert the river Sarno ran into ancient walls covered with paintings and inscriptions. The architect Domenico Fontana was called in; he unearthed a few more frescoes, then covered them over again, and nothing more came of the discovery. Fontana's covering over the paintings has been seen both as a broad-minded act of preservation for later times, and as censorship in view of the frequent sexual content of such paintings."

Like the source says, the names and locations were forgotten. So why are there maps from 1500+ years later with their names and locations clearly displayed? It shouldn't be physically possible.

I don't give a fuck if you're a Cultural Marxist of the highest degree: if you discovered signs of a past civilization that nobody was aware of, like FUCK would you rebury it for a future generation to discover. Everyone wants their name immortalized, if Fontana had disclosed the existence of the towns it would be his name appearing in all the books, not Alcubierre.

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 No.49203

>>49108

>the US of the 19th century was 98% white

That's a fucking joke either way you slice it. The only time the USA was majority white was before they started importing mass amounts of slaves, for a very short time when it was nothing but unincorporated colonies. Never forget: the only definition of "white" that carries any water is the one that is literally only English protestants. The white race IS NOT just every non-Asian with pale-ish skin. Even Irish were not originally considered white.

>>49185

>I personally dismiss it, since there's just no fucking way you could be this thorough

Not to mention that the entire idea that the entire world could somehow be covered in a flood of mud (why not a flood of water…? afraid it would hit the Biblical reference TOO hard on the nose?) is geologically and physically absurd to the point of hilarity. Even a fucking six-year-old would find himself asking why there's not a layer of dried mud a mile thick everywhere underground as evidence that this happened.

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 No.49205

File: 31fb586d0dcae92⋯.jpg (2.63 MB, 2323x1502, 2323:1502, Plan Bay of Naples 1514 Gi….jpg)

File: 00da641eac0864a⋯.jpg (1.98 MB, 2564x1775, 2564:1775, Ortelius Regni Neapolitani….jpg)

File: 589dced59050d8b⋯.jpg (2.52 MB, 2500x1902, 1250:951, Plan Regno di Napoli 1575 ….jpg)

File: 68742d3f1a7f953⋯.jpg (2.38 MB, 2945x2168, 2945:2168, Italia antiqva_0.jpg)

>>49201

And here's those Italian maps with the section of interest circled and with an enlarged screencap next to them

>Opusculum, Distinctum, Plenum, Clarum, Doctum, Pulcrum, Verum, Graue, Varium & Utile, Ambrogio Leone, 1514

>Ortelius Regni Neapolitani verissima, Abraham Ortelius, 1570

>Regno Di Napoli, Antonio Lafreri, 1575

>Italia Antiqva, Philipp Clüver, 1603

According to pop history and morons like >>49191 these maps shouldn't exist. Because the names and locations had been long-since forgotten for many generations.

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 No.49208

>>49201

>>49205

how's the weather in st. petersburg?

your lies keep russia in the gutter of the developed world.

you're a disgrace.

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 No.49210

>>49185

>These buildings contained running self-sustaining electrical systems

>>49186

>water channel through Pompeii, water wells

The pyramids are some sort of energy conductor, based on or cooled by water.

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 No.49213

File: f457adbaab3bcff⋯.jpg (437.3 KB, 1613x1210, 1613:1210, petersburg1.jpg)

File: 5dd159d79f720ed⋯.jpg (575.61 KB, 1613x1210, 1613:1210, petersburg2.jpg)

File: f7e55c24f1eba5a⋯.jpg (694.58 KB, 1613x1210, 1613:1210, petersburg3.jpg)

>>49208

>Thinking I give a shit about whatever the fuck "Tartary" even was, whether it was just another name for Mongolia or some type of White Wewuz global empire

You're conflating interest with belief. I'm interested in what these people think. I certainly don't fucking believe it given the mere hill of evidence that's supposed to supplement a non-existent mountain (quite ironic given the theory we're talking about here). They have no written accounts directly talking about their alleged Empire. There are no artefacts that bear the name of their Empire, nor the kings/emperors of this empire. Surely there'd be coins at the very least? That's why I can't believe it. Because coins are the one thing from every civilization, no matter how extinct they otherwise may be, that always manage to survive. If Tartary were real, there'd be coins. Someone would have a stash. Whether as an heirloom, a spoil of war, or otherwise. There are no Tartarian coins.

All I'm doing is literally pointing out that the history books don't tell you everything about Pompeii, and these retards are trying to incorporate some very valid questions about a place we otherwise know little about with their real-life fanon.

How did people know its name prior to Alcubierre's excavation in 1748? How did people know its location prior to Alcubierre's excavation in 1748? Or are you seriously going to tell me that these maps and the historical societies which they are kept under preservation by are faked too?

https://www.mfa.org/collections/object/de-nola-opusculum-distinctum-plenum-clarum-doctum-pulcrum-verum-graue-varium-utile-158622

https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~275296~90048469:-37--Regni-Neapolitani-

https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~284900~90057407:Italia-antiqva

Go ahead, tell them their collection is nothing more than lies. I'm sure they'd love to hear from you.

>"how's the weather in st. petersburg?"

Quite fine actually, even if the strangely British-looking architecture and infrastructure removes the Russian atmosphere a little bit. Or is that the way a sub-100 IQ subhuman intent on perpetuating the Khazar version of world events talks trash?

Reminder one day your Jewish lies will all be destroyed, and your historic crimes such as blood libel will be brought to light. It's only a matter of time.

And quit it with the Reddit spacing, it only makes it more obvious you've crawled out from r/CulturalLayer, away from the rest of the asylum.

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 No.49218

>>49185

Not only would it be extremely difficult to erase such a great empire and their advanced technology, but to do in such a short period of time too. Having said that, the picture you posted of the giants next to the pillar is interesting. Is it the same pillar though? The figure of the child next to the woman in the carving has somehow disappeared, and the woman herself is different (her right arm for example).

>>49186

What reason would there even be to lie about Pompeii? Anyway, I'll do some research on this, especially Domenico Fontana's waterwell.

About Raphael's painting, it could just be that he copied the concept and pose from some other ancient source he had access to, of which Pompeii's work was just one of many ancient examples. It's well known that the Romans made copies of many Greek works of art.

The pineapple is really nothing mysterious for anyone who has more than a shallow knowledge of history. The ancient world was much more interconnected than it's usually assumed.

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 No.49219

>>49213

>How did people know its name prior to Alcubierre's excavation in 1748? How did people know its location prior to Alcubierre's excavation in 1748? Or are you seriously going to tell me that these maps and the historical societies which they are kept under preservation by are faked too?

I'm not the guy you're responding to, but isn't it possible that people remembered Pompeii's name and location, either because some ancient Roman map had survived, or simply because the memory of Pompeii's destruction was still alive among the locals? And maybe Alcubierre knew about it in advance, which is why he decided to excavate there in the first place?

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 No.49220

File: 4a8cd7d1e5ee668⋯.jpg (36.66 KB, 640x480, 4:3, 4a8cd7d1e5ee6685d66d2dd013….jpg)

>>49213

By the way, do you have any evidence for your claim that the Jews have any interest in rewriting Pompeii's history, or are you really just another paranoid /pol/tard? Please, I want to hear about the secret connection between Israel and Pompeii. Was Pompeii the last hope of the white race and the biggest threat to the NWO?

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 No.49241

>>49220

its another way for him to call you a detestable and dishonest person, if you honestly dont understand the whole kike as an insult concept on this site then you actually might be from reddit

(Rule 3 - Please respect board culture and don't post as if you were on /pol/)
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 No.49283

>>49203

>hehe the US was never ever 98%+ comprised of ethnically European peoples goy, look at the varying definitions of "white" which aren't tied to European ethnicities and genetics goy

It's poetic how much a thread about revisionism brings out a revisionist like yourself.

>>49220

>>49241

>some sperg pulls out some bullshit non-argument crying about muh /pol/

>the dumb shit BO who's otherwise completely inactive wakes up to ban the guy who responds and isn't even the one pushing "muh /pooooooooooool/" on everything

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 No.49286

>>49283

>being surprised that a compromised BO doesn't allow free speech

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 No.49317

>>49241

Based BO. /pol/ cringe can stay the fuck out.

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 No.49322

>>49317

>Free speech is bad, m'kay.

>G-d bless OP for sheltering us and banning wrongthink.

Both you and OP can get fucked. If you can't handle this why the fuck are you on 8chan? 4chan and Reddit is the place for both of you.

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 No.49323

File: 797523c8a88ec20⋯.jpg (170.75 KB, 643x800, 643:800, omaha.jpg)

>>49044

>>49066

>>49122

>>49185

The most compelling case for the mudflood theory is Omaha's St. Mary Magdalene Church. Why was it half-buried?

https://www.stolenhistory.org/threads/omaha-mud-flood-st-mary-magdalene-church-1920-transformation.374/

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 No.49324

>>49322

/pol/ is antithetical to free speech. Say anything that doesn't support their delusions and they'll shut you down.

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 No.49328

The ban was completely symbolic (1 day). I guess a general warning would have been a better choice. The point is: this thread is a great example of why we have a rule against /pol/-type posts (and this applies to /leftypol/ too, but for some reason it's always /pol/ that causes trouble).

A thread that was supposed to be about an obscure conspiracy theory has been derailed by people arguing over the definition of the word "white", goy this, kike that. It's always the same story with /pol/acks: they try to insert politics into each and every subject. Movies, comics, technology, videogames… it doesn't matter. Even the global mud flood theory isn't safe apparently. This has to stop. If you're going to be posting on /x/, leave your inner /pol/ack at the door and forget about politics while you're here.

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 No.49333

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>>49328

>symbolic ban

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 No.49337

File: c550dd811c4ee41⋯.jpg (139.71 KB, 1600x990, 160:99, 1445120208662.jpg)

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>>49328

/pol/mao SFJWs need to be dragged out into the streets and whipped.

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 No.49407

>>49333

>>49337

>Blame /pol/ for going on tangents

>Continue to go on a tangent after /pol/ guy is banned

I see you guys have fixed the problem on /x/.

>>49186

>>49201

In regards to >>49191

Why were the top two posts considered retarded? If the cities were declared 'lost' and yet were readily found on existing maps, is it just a matter of semantics? Why was that poster retarded? Point me in a direction to look into - I feel like doing some reading.

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 No.49437

>>49407

Yeah, I'd like to see a detailed rebuttal to those two posts too

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 No.49438

>>49328

You've made a very greenpilled decision and I'll be sure to visit this board more often now knowing that it has such a competent administration.

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 No.49440

>>49323

Why is lots of old architecture buried? They say layers and layers of soil built up, but those buildings would be repurposed or destroyed before they would be swallowed by dirt.

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 No.49455

>>49044

Bikes can coast without being peddled. His feet are touching the peddles and do move, just not constantly.

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 No.49535

>>49201

>/x/ as of late seems to be filled with kneejerkers that appeal to feefees and just scream bullshit at everything

Happens to every niche board that wins the attention whore contest at /meta/

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 No.49548

>>49205

I wonder what the margin of error on those maps is. They should have known it was near Vesuvius of course, and Pompeii still took ten years to find after Herculaneum was found. "Losing" a city doesn't mean they forgot what fucking hemisphere it was in.

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 No.49572

>>49322

It's not infringing on your free speech, literally just make two mouse clicks and you are on /pol/. I bet a paranormal thread would get deleted pretty quick on /pol/ but you don't see us whining about how /pol/ is anti free speech.

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 No.49650

>>49220

If you're not paranoid, you haven't done you due diligence yet. Step up your conspiracy game. Fucking normalfags.

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 No.49651

>>49324

>/pol/ is antithetical to free speech. Say anything that doesn't support their delusions and they'll shut you down.

It's not THAT simple - surely you must be aware that /pol/, in its various incarnations, is the most heavily shilled board in existence, a direct result of them tackling the Jewish Question head-on.

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 No.49652

>>49328

>try to insert politics into each and every subject. Movies, comics, technology, videogames… it doesn't matter

Not so simple, either. Everything IS political, or what do you think Gamergate was about? There is literally nothing - not food, not sex, not work, and especially not history - that is not related to the political these days.

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 No.49654

>>49652

ethics in game journalism is political?

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 No.49668

>>49328

Maybe it isn't the fault of people from /pol/, but the people who intentionally came here to disagree with them on purpose, for no other reason than to simply disagree and cause trouble? It's not the fault of /pol/ for not backing down from an attack of dishonesty, if they are in support of whatever the truth may be, and if in fact they were right. I'm not from /pol/ but even I see past this bullshit. Please reconsider who you hand out bans to in the future. Understand who the real shills and trolls are. Peace.

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 No.49669

There is a huge effort to block people from /x/ from posting in /pol/ because /pol/ knows that memes, politics, and religion are all connected. There are also huge efforts to send trouble making shills (pretending to be from /pol/) to cause trouble on /x/ so that /x/ bans real /pol/ anons on sight or shuts down anything they say. There are also shills that come to /x/ and argue with anyone who even remotely sounds like they are from /pol/ so that it appears as if /pol/ always causes the trouble, which is in fact not true.

The goal: Separate /pol/ and /x/ from each other permanently. Why? because memes are paranormal and helped get trump elected. This is not about if you like trump or not. I don't care if you like trump or not, and you shouldn't really care if I do or don't. Totally missing the point. The real issue here is that some very wealthy people that believe they control the world HATE trump for doing things differently than they want. Trump being a good or bad guy has nothing to do with it. The bad guys believe if they can send enough shills to /pol/ and /x/ and separate them, that they will effectively kill 8chan's ability to meme politically. The end result is that the election will go a different way, possibly benefiting the bad guys, whoever they are. The bad guys want the election to go literally any other way possible because every other candidate is in their pocket on both sides politically. That's what this is all about. That is why this is happening.

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 No.49670

Also, aside from the trouble, this thread is really good and I enjoyed it. I hope my words make sense to someone somehow.

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 No.49674

I ask everyone to continue the conversation about /pol/ in the meta thread, and let this thread go back to its original topic. Thanks.

>>>/x/26506

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 No.49675

>>49455

i think he's also forgetting that many older bicycles have 'castor' brakes, if you stop peddling or pedal backwards you slow or stop. not like the finger levers of today. you can see he's trying to slow down due to people walking in front of him.

t. cyclefag

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 No.49676

>>49675

fuck me i meant *coaster* brake! how embarrasing

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 No.49694

Only humans who never embraced being a human are allowed to live

Everyone else is trash

And needs thrown in the trash

Via aids Ebola cancer and shotgun

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 No.49750

I'm 90% sure Fomenko's alternative chronology is wrong, but I'm going to read his books anyway. I wish there was more information in English about his theories and the "phantom centuries" theorists in general. A historian's input would be much needed and appreciated.

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 No.50471

Came back and wow, holy shit there's been quite the shitstorm in my wake.

>>49219

>>49407

From as I understand it, reading both Wikipedia alongside the sources listed to make sure they've been paraphrased correctly, Pompeii and Herculaneum became nothing more than mere legends as those who remembered the eruption died off and details were lost through the generations. Their names and precise location were forgotten around the Middle Ages, and by the 15 - 1600s, the few people living in the region of Mt. Vesuvius would refer to it as La Cività - The Civilization. The legend entailed a lost city of some sort buried deep beneath Vesuvius' ash deposits, but nobody had any proof. There was no specific location, only a general area, and no specific name. Again, please correct me if I'm wrong. But that's how I understand it. Any mention of Pompeii and/or Herculaneum after the fall of the Roman Empire yet before 1798 is anachronistic, or at least they should be, since they refer to settlements that were not known by the general populace. And yet more than enough evidence exists that suggests they were never forgotten. As I showed in my earlier replies, maps from the 16th and 17th centuries, in addition to the 1631 stone epitaph all refer to the two cities by name. The two cities which had been buried by ash and forgotten by history for over 1500 years. Any way you cut it, those names should not be on the map. Nor should they be on that epitaph. I'm not gonna say it again but the names of the settlements around Mt. Vesuvius were supposedly rediscovered alongside the settlements themselves.

In conclusion, there can only be two possibilities:

<Pompeii was never truly forgotten, and 1798 is when they finally decided to dig it up and give Alcubierre some free recognition that he really didn't deserve

<Pompeii survived much, much later than when we are told, and whether it was a new city built over the ashes of the original, or the original city having never suffered from its alleged AD 79 destruction, we'll never truly know

I will say this though - apparently volcanic ash is acidic enough to completely destroy pigments after 200 years of direct exposure. Pigments used for, I don't know, mosaics? Yet the ones that were dug up look perfectly preserved. Now which is more likely - the mosaics and murals were buried under ash for 1700 years, or 170?

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 No.50472

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>>50471

I've been reading more of what's on the StolenHistory website, and for all the sheer batshittery they've put out on display (a human cloning centre disguised as an 18th/19th century prison is one of their latest threads to give you some idea of how unhinged they all are), they've pointed out that everything we know about Genghis Khan is likely false, as it all comes from a 1908 book written by a fervent Mongolian nationalist, Baavuday Tsend Gun, whose cited sources are entirely nonexistent. If this is indeed the case, then we need a rethink over the entire history of Eurasia, since Khan was arguably its largest figure. There are references to a "Chingiscan" or some other derivative as the founding patriarch of the Tartarian royal family, but then that begs another question; was Tartary its own empire, or just a forgotten historical synonym for Mongolia? If Tartary was real, where are the artefacts? What was its currency, and what were its denominations? Why are there no surviving examples of said currency?

You can find coins from monarchs that ruled for a matter of weeks 2000 years ago, as the latest find in England discovered. Why can't we find any coins from any monarch that ruled what was allegedly the largest, most dominant Empire on the face of the Earth for several hundred years, finally being defeated 150 - 200 years ago? If someone can procure an actual coin bearing the mark of "Tartary", then the theory holds some solid ground and we really may be lied to on a massive scale. How massive is again up to you, whether it was just an Empire that history has forgotten despite its recency, or something completely destroyed by an unparalleled natural and man-made string of disasters that happened only a few hundred years after the death of Christ rather than 1800, with us living in year i/j500 or whatever Fomenko believes. But until then, it remains doubtful in my eyes.

Finally, for all you antiquarians out there, please tell me what in the flying fuck are these pictures supposed to depict? Second image is apparently a fireworks celebration with candlelight, and I must say the floating orbs inside the temple buildings were a nice touch. I found a colored version of the latter at one point as well, and most of this pole/antenna looking thing is lit in gaudy colors. if another anon could be so kind to relocate it for me then the rest of you can have a gander.

>>49668

I noticed for a while before this all blew over that /x/ would regularly be covertly raided by those who shit on everyone's theories. Pointed it out in my initial reply. Politics is unavoidable, and the overly-vampireish representation in historical events of the past 200 years cannot be ignored. From their role in cementing Communism across Eastern Asia through to control of the global banking conglomerates, if overwriting history was in anyone's modus operandi, it would be theirs. It's real funny how the only event throughout the whole of human history that you are legally forbidden from questioning is their genocide in WW2.

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 No.50473

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>50472

Chingiscan is just another way of saying Genghis Khan.

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 No.50567

Dumbest thread I've seen in a while.

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